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MARCH 14 1931 MASON CITY GfX)BE-GAZETTB I. NEXT WEEK'S SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY Monday dab--. , 1 o'clock, MrÂ«. R. F. Clough, 21 Tenth street northwest, commi tee, Mrs. Clough, Mrs. W. H. Ha thorn,; Mrs. G. K. Davies, Mrs. H C. Johnson, Mrs. J. A. Wiley. H. E. O. club-1 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Turner, 40 Second street northwest, St Pa Â· rick's program. Maria Mitchell club- Mrs. F. H. Cotton, 225 Thir street northeast, "Lure of th Fr6ntier,".Mrs. W. CX.OdelZ. Occident club-Mrs. V. Farrell, 416 First s'tree southeast, lesson, Mrs. P. B Hathaway, Mrs. M. G. Wimmer Twentieth Century club-- Â·Â· Mrs. J. E. McDonald, 923 Dele ware avenue northeast, lesson Mrs. E. J. Peake. 5V A. IE. .club-~~ Mrs. R. L. Meuwissen, 426'Four teenth street. .northwest, lesson Mrs. C. Chester OTSTeil: Mrs.- A : C.Kluck, Mrs. Herbert Winter Chautauqua club-- Â· ' ' Â· Mra; W. V. L~pring, 720 Carolin .avenue northeast, Mrs. Earl Moor assisting, .teai v Â· . ChUd Study club-- ' Mrs. H. C. 'Brown, ^246 Fifteenth ..'. Street southeast, devotions, Mrs - .R. E. Wilcox, election of officers "Journey Thru Rassia," Mrs Â· - Frank Sheffler; "The Gang Age, Mra. Joseph Johnson. Monday Bridge, club-- : 2 o'clock, Mrs. A. H. Fifield, 33 , -Twentieth street southeast. Wa-Tan-Ye 7-o'clock, /Bovaird. tea room, 21 Washington ' avenue northwesl ..election.;:' . Â· ; . . . - " . Stenters-- ^ 7:30'o'clock", First "Presbyteria; church. ' " Y. W. C. A. Board--.--Â·-Â·' 7:30 o'clock,"Y. W.-C. A. .: Drama Shop-Players--. , 8 o'clock, Drama shop. Monroe Washington Child Study circle-7:45 o'clock Monroe school, fath ers' night,- talk by Miss Judit Overby. TUESDAY Clio Mrs. Cora; Sundell, 49 Crescen drive. , _ Midland - club--Mrs. F. A. Stevenson, 87 Rivar heights. Art depr-rtment^ -2:30 rf'clpck, library, exhibit, talk by Edward Rowan. Matinee Mnsicale-- .Mra., B. Raymond Weston; 21 Rock Glen, guest day. T Jj np mmM ;6:3Q o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Church of Christ Girls' Missionary / 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. W. H. Boyd 305 ; .First stree t southeast. " TJgo Igo club--' . - aOsa Clarej Smith, t 428 ,,- Fourth 7:30 ,o'clock; Mrs. jfi.rR;-_*BÂ«ppe, " ,.908,-Carolina avenue northeast, .Mra. R. P. Humiston; assisting. Alchor Shrine-- 6:30 o'clock, Masonic temple, cov ered dish dinner, followed by meeting at 7:30 o'clock, election of officers. WEDNESDAY v Queen of Clubs-1 o'clock, Bee's tearoom, Mrs. H. D. Makeever, Mrs.'C. G. Maudsley, hostesses. -W. P. M. club-i- Â· 1 'o'clock; Mrs.; C Hamlin, 320 Eighth 'street" northwest. Shamrock club-; 1 o'clock, Mrs. B. J. Fitzpatrick, 924 Monroe avenue northwest. P. E. O., ON-1 o'clock, Mrs. R. E. Brlsblne, 222 Sixth street northwest. -~. Speech classes-- ' 12 -o'clock, Y. W. C. A., Joint luncheon. - . ' Good'.Cheer lodge-2:30 o'clock;:Eagles hail'.-' P. E. O., DZ-- Mrs. Lee Bailey, 1010 First street southwest Calvary Home Missionary, society-2:30 o'clock, 'Mrs. Bert Lindstrom, 1310 Adams avenue northwest, Â· Mrs.' Roy Armentrout, leader. Coterie club--r , Mrs. E. - Henrickson, 21 River heights. ' :/Â·'. : Lincoln circle-2:30 o'clock. Trinity Lutheran church parlors." Â· . . ' , ' Â· Â· ' Â· ' Y. W. C. A. Lenten service-6:45 o'clock, Y. W. C. A., talk by the- Rev. J. L." PJqkett v Jefferson Child Study circle " 7:30 o'clock, Mra. George And- Â· rick, 222-Kentucky avenue south- Â· east - , , : , . ' Â· ' :. Â·'Â· ' . Lime Creek No.'7 P. T. A.-, Schoo], -wiUi fathers as guests. Harding Child Study circle-7:30 o'clock, 'school. Yeomen-- . ' - ' : ; 7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Â· G. P. S. Senior Probationers-8:30 o'clock. Parish- hall, following evening service. THURSDAY Thursday Bridge 1 o'clock, Mrs. G. B. Pray, 224 Tenth street northwest. Ceo Dee Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mra.' W. H.'McClIntock, 323 Seventh street southeast. American Legion auxiliary-2:80 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. ; Sorosls club-- '. Mrs. H. W. Seevers, .12 Eleventh' street northeast,-lesson, Mrs.-W. H. Orr. Olivet Ladies aid-v ' Â· Â· ' 2:80 o'clock, church parlors, Mrs. A. D. Diercks, Mrs. C. W. Lawe, In charge. : Athenian club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. E, G. Dunn, 438 Fourth street southeast, Mrs. Tim Phalen, leader, group 2, current events. . , Get Together club-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. A. Bisbee, north of city. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME GLOBErGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN PATTERN 1924 By ANNE ADAMS A' ravishing - little frock for a small girl, has pointed details,that are new and extremely" swart The- front and back yokes point to, the pleated sftirt in truly grown-up fashion. Pattern 1924 is delightful made of pique in a soft pasta! shade, with the neck, armholes and yoke bound in white bias tape. Other suitable, fabrics are percale, cotton broadcloth, pongee, rep, dimity, linen, etc. AH white, or a print would be equally attractive. May be obtained only in sizes 4, 6, 8 and 10. Size 4 requirea""2 yards of 36 Inch material; . No dressmaking experience is necessary to make this mode! with bur pattern. .Yardage for every size, and simple, exact instructions are given. ...'. ; .., .:Â·Â·Â· Â·: . Â· Â· . ' . ' ' : - / : ' " V . " ^ X : , Â· " ;i' Send 15 cents-in coinf or stamps' (coins .preferred), for;each" pattern. Write plainly your'.name, address and style number. Be sure to state size wanted. Â· s The'new Spring and Summer Pattern Catalog is no'w ready. It fe allures an excellent assortment of afternoon, sports, and! house dresses, lingerie, : pajamas,. J a n d kiddies' clothes. Price of. catalog, 15 cents. Catalog with-pattern, 25 cents. Address all jrinall and orders to Globe- Gazette pattern' Department, 243 West Seventeenth Str.ee;t, New York City. .Â· Â·; Â· .One of the cheering signs of the times is found in the large number of aspirants, who fail to pass examinations for admission to the bar. Boston Transcript. -1924 Novel club--Mrs. Robert Finlayson, 140 bres cent drivel "Courage,"' Mrs. E. D Dunlop:' . W, C. T. Tj._ :2:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Hanfprd Ladles' aid- Postponed two weeks TrkDeck Bridge club- Mrs. C. A. Freeburg, 408 Four .teenth street northwest, Tusalatas--- _ 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. AT, St Patrick's party. P. E. O. D2-- 6:45 o'clock, -Y. W. C. A. annua dinner. J. F. S. Juniors-- ' 7:15 o'clock, Parish hall. Beryl.Grove 135 Woodman Circle-7:30 o'clock, Y. W.'C. A. Women's Bureau-7:30 o'clock, Labor hall. O'Ivet Queen Esther- Mrs. J. Frost, 104 Seventeenth street southeast Immanuel Luther league-i _Q'cIoc3f4Rwmion4 and Richard \Borup; Committee,/.:?- - LÂ«Â»[ S* mMitun) Cftflj*-"* 8 o'clock, 'Agnes Dormedy, 1301 President avenue northwest. FRIDAY P; T. A.-9 o'clock, Congregational church, convention. McKlnley P. T. A.-Congregational church all day meeting. Â· 'resbyterian Missionary society-1 o|clpck, church, .speaker, Mrs. A.'M. Haggard; reservations, Mrs. J . J.'.Hawthorne; . Â· . ' Â· First M; E. Home Missionary, society 2:80 o'clock; chapel, : ' . Congregational Women's union- Church, Mrs. C. -B. Letts, group 5 in charge. ' Â· -. Baptist General aid-2:30 o'clock, church'parlors, Mrs. Â·Richardson's division in charge. G. F. S. Candidates-4:15 o'clock, Parish hall. Jearthstone Dinner club--Mr, and Mrs. E. V. Harper, 16 Connecticut avenue northeast, Mr. and Mrs. A- M. 'Avery, Mr. and - Mrs. Harper, hosts. Hghty-FIve club-- , : G :3 0 o'clock;Presbyterian church, box:social and supper. Queen Rebekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, program. Kill Kara' klub. -^ P.-G. E. auditorium, Mr. and Mrsi S. A. Mathre, hosts. Iweso club- Mr. ;0nd Mrs. L. C. Schmidt, 1007 Second, street, northwest. Young peoples' Luther league-8 o'clock, Trinity Lutheran church ! parlors, program, Evelyn Lysne in charge.A ,-Â· ; . . ' . - . ' . : SATURDAY: mmanuel Junior Mission band-2 o'clock, Eyelyn and Bertha Holt, ,827 Carolina avenue southeast. uvenlle Mystic Workers-2*:30 o'clock, Y. W.. ;C. A. M. B. A. Junior lodge-2:30 o'clock. Eagles hall. Jalvary Guild-- . - . 2:30 b'Sloek, church, 1615 Delaware avenue northeast. "'''Â·' BECKER-BDSS KLEMME, March 14.--Edward Seeker and Miss Gail Buss were married at. the." Reformed church vltti the Rev. Calvin Grosahuesch fficiatingl Following the'ceremony dinner was served at the home of je bride's mother,; Mrs. Elko' Buss, "hey wjll reside on the bridegroom's arm one mile east of Kiemme. ' " . " Â· Â· ' ' -^-. 'Â· HAVENS-STTJMA JOICE, March 14.--At a shower eld at the O. K. Storre farm for Hiss Theresa Stuma.who has bee'n caching Brookfield school No. 8, announcement was made of. her narriage to Lee Havens which was eld July 3, 1930; at Grundy Center 'Iss Stuma was attending college t Cedar Falls. After the school erm ia finished the couple will live n Mason. City where Mr. Have.r as work with Carl Holvik, bridge ontractor. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling -and Meaning--Ideas - . invited.-; Â·'Â·Â·;'. v j-BJi-Mrs. E. E. Hunter---In;the word alienate (al-yei-atj the accent falls on. the first syllable Both A's are, long' as in ate arid the I is pronounced like Y. It 'is to be noticed that there. are three an not four syllables In the word Phyfe gives Â£h'e 'first 'A short, but most dictionaries prefer the long sound. Â· ' . ' " . . Â· . St. Patrick's .Day Dinner'to;Be|Ield -. -*.**w- g^bWWULA'/CMAUUCVl^ 1 IO Li 'JTaLLlUt^ Â· day ^dlnher :6f -the -Kftights : pf/ Co lumbus will'be held "at: 7:30 'o'clock Tuesday evening at the' Eadinar hotel. Tickets may be reserved until noon Monday. The Rev. Joseph Boyle of St. Thomas college, St. Paul, arid John A. Senneff will be the speakers. Invocation will be said by the Rev. : P. S. O'Connor and the address of welcome by Dr. T. A. Burke.-E. G. Dunn will act as toastmaster._Songs by John Welsh and a reading by Ella Wblney will complete the service. Bits About' em Mrs. F. C. Gaylord and June, Â· 4 Third street northwest, and Mrs. Harvey Bryant, 109 Second street southeast, dr.ove to Ames and Des Moinea Friday. In Ames .the Gaylords visited their son, Earl, student at Iowa State college. ' . . * ' Â· * Â» . Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Westfall, 31 Tenth street northwest, are spend ing a few days In Des Moinea. " : * *'' * - - ,. ' Â· Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Conover, 30 Dak drive, are spending a few days in Minneapolis. O. D. O. CLtIB MEMBERS BIEET AT NORTHWOOD Menibers of . tho O.' D. O. club drove ,to Northwood to Â· meet with Mrs. T. W. Hedgecock. The afternoon was spent informally and a picnic luncheon was served. MOUNT VEBNON WOMEN MEET TO STUDY LESSON -, At the meeting, of the women of Mount Vernori township at the home of Mrs.- Glaus Carstens the fifth project lesson was studied. Alice Mae Cole demonstrated feeding the sick andiplans for achievement day were discussed. The meeting April 29 will be held at the, home of Mrs. Charles Harms, southeast of Bur- chlnal. TJCKY 8 BRIDGE !LT)B HAS MEETING Members of the Lucky 8 Bridge club met Friday with Mrs. Clyde Russell, 621 Connecticut avenue outheaat. Luncheon was served and 3t. Patrick's decorations were used. Mrs. Herman Hermanson won'high core prize and Mrs. Glen Kephart, ow. . Â· . . ' __*_ UME CREEK 'P. T. A. EETS AT.SCHOOL At the ^meeting pf . the Lime Creek No. 8 P. T. A. 'Friday at the' chool a program of songs, drills and exercises waa, presented by the hildren. The grammar grade stu- ents gave a health play and re- reshments were served at th'e close f the meeting. v Â· --Â·:Â·-- ARNOLD-HOWE A marriage license has been is- ued by the.local clerk of court to flmuel G. Arnold and Dorothy Howe of Mason City. i Recognizing the Value of Newspaper Advertising Publisher, Globe-Gazette, Mason 'City, Iowa -- r- I * am t Â£ oday malhn to yÂ° u the report of the American Tobacco Co. for the year ended December thirty-first, 1930, together with holderf WM, ter r and ,Â° ther data ^ t is beln S fumlshea to stockholders. While I prefer not to emphasize the following in connection with our annual report, I frankly say to you, Is I have thl P^nT' "^ T"!/? 5 ' agaln m the mtuÂ« Publicly, that the great success attained by my company has been made possible only by our recognition of the power of newspaper advertising, and by our use of newspaper advertising. i ,,,Â«? Â·t i DÂ« int ^ r ?2 ti K g , to note that thia Â« uoce3 3 continues in the BÂ«f n T A Â£ ? ? business and profits showing an increase, and ? 1 ^ J, attrlbuta thls to Â°ur increased newspaper advertising. In furnishing you this statement of my company's activities, in \riew of the great success we have had, I feel it but just to again acknowledge to you personally my appreciation of the co-operation hava given us GEORGE w. HELL, President, American Tobacco Co. Tell Girls They Are Charming Is Â· i. - t \ / I Â· ' ice or V, Lee By VIRGINIA LEE"Dear Virginia Lee: I am swee 17, real good .looking and alway wear riipe clothes. Not stuck up an have a little money most of th time. . '. '. . ' . ' . - " . "I don^t drink, smoke and hardly ever curse; especially in the pros ence .of girls. I think .ram a Httl too good for this generation, that' what one .girl said. : . "I can get plenty of good looking iris/but I-can't keep them. v I cour thpse from 15 to 17 years of age I wonder if you can give me a lit tie advice on how to act .when I to see my girl friends.' " ' . - " ' : Â· Â· ' Â· .-DISGUSTED.' I am afraid I can't tell exactly without' seeing you in action, DIs justed. ' Do you, by any chance talk about yourself all the time' Try to impress them with your vir tues ? Give them the impression ihat you think .more of yourself :hftn of them, and that they are ucky to have': you give them th Breaks by dating them? if : -you don't do any of those things which.girls detest, are you particular about-your person? A joy may have nice.iclothes, but if lis collar and tie are-not neat am His other clothes immaculate, if his iair is always in disorder and his air.generally disheveled, he doesn't ;o over so big. ; Girls' usually fall for-boys .who make them feel that they are charming. Be interested In the gir ypui.are calling on, not in yourself SJaybe 'she '.has::, a:; j secret -sorrow which^yplr'can^conifart^^i*! ;; "Â·'-: v' If "'you ' take.iher'ito ra'^shbw! ask ie which show she w;dhts:fp go to nstead of taking her to the onelypu want to Bee. If you find her, iÂ»' low ipirits-see that'she feels better be^ ! pre you leave, if she feels gay play up. to her; And, ab'ove all, tell.her rour woes and let her comfort you Nothing appeals to a nice girl quite o much as to feel that she is a boy's onfidante.. Try these hints out and et me know how you come out; : ' * . * * ' , GARY: The boy is ;just teasing o hear what you'll say^ .Simply re- terate, that you .like him but .you aa't glv^'him a date because your .a"rents object .And don't let him cias you--yet. ' ". Â« Â· ' , . . . . - * * ' Â· _ MACK: It may be that the young ady is afraid of showing how much he Itkes you because, your atten- ipns are . irregular. ' Why not ask aer, when you next take her out. when you may see her again? You see, many men like to take a jrirl out but have no serious in ; entions, and If a girl shows too ilainly that she likes them they shy sway, for fear they may get what hev call "hooked." Hence, it makes "iris cautious. I think if'you show he girl very plainlyrthat you like er and mean business, she will feel reer to show her own feelings. Of course it is barely tiogsible that he doesn't care as much for yoiioas rou do for her, but, even so. it vould be best for you to know how ou stand, wouldn't it? HAPPY HOT7R CLUB "VIEETS FOR LUNCHEON Members of the Hapn'y.Hpur club f St Anserar met : for, luncheon Friday afternoon at tlin Home Tea oom with Mrs.' Culbertson as ostess. Covers were placed for 13 "nests. , VILL HfEET MONDAY There will be a meeting- of the 'epretable Growers Mondav evenmg- t 8 o'clock at the courthouse as- embly to which the women have een invited. C. L. Pitch of Ames, Harry Waidner and Marion Olson ill speak. --Â·-- : . OPFEH-KOEHRINO NASHUA. March 14.--Friday, the ilrteenth, held Â· no feara for Miss /tola Koehrin? and Leonard Opfer, oth of Waukon, who were mar- ed at the Little Brown church on hat day. by the Rev. William Kent, astor. The bride Is the daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koehring, Waukort, and the bridegroom IB'the on of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Opfer, Waukon; They will make their home n a farm eight miles southwest of Vaukon. '__.;, ' -' "' .. ' Another reason, aside from the urely sentimental, that we don't et rid' of our old car is that we. ate to throw so many dependent arage mechanics out of work.-- hio State Journal. HELPING THE HOMEMAKER JELLY ROLL WITH PEACHES Menu for Dinner v Broiled Steak and Browned^Mueh , rooms . ' . : ' " Â· ' Mashed Potatoes Creamed Onion Bread - ..Grape Jam . Fresh Vegetable Salad Jelly Roll- . -Peaches Coffee Browned Mushrooms Two Â· cups mushrooms, 4 table spoons steak- drippings, 2 table Bpoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour % teaspoon salt, 1 cup milk. If fresh mushrooms are used wash well and scrapei If- cannec ones are used they are all ready fo browning. Heat butter and drip pings in frying'pan. Cook slowly and stir frequently until mush rooms have browned. Add flour and cook slowly until browned Add milk and cook two minutes Stir constantly. Pour over- hot steak Which Â· has been placed on a ho platter. - -, Fresh, Vegetable Salad Â· One cup diced -tomatoes, 1/4. cup diced celery, % cup sliced cucumbers, cup sliced radishes, 3 tablespoons chopped onions, -3 table spoons chapped green peppers, 1 teaspoon salt,; % teaspoon paprika Mix -"and chill ingredients. Add French dressing. ' French Dressing '\One teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon sugar,-% teaspoon dry mustard, ti teaspoon paprika, % teaspoon celery seed, 4 tablespoons lemon juice % cup .salad, oil. Mix ingredients in bottle. Corl and shake-two'minutes. Chtll. /Â·'.' : "' .'.;V-;,-Jolly...Roll.. .'Â·Â· : '..'Â· 'Â· . :Thji:ee ( e'gg yolks, ^','cup'..BUgar, :1 teaspoon Demote eSftract-T %' teaapobp Â£alt; 2-tabIespdcing cold water/1 cub flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 egg. whites, beaten, % ciip ciirraril or grape jelly, 4 tablespoons confec : tloner's sugar. Â· '. ; - ' Beat egg yolks, add sugar, lemon extract,, salt and water. Beat three minutes.'Fold : in flour, baking pow- e?er and egg- whites. Spread to thickness of one : Inch op "waxed paper fitted into shallow pan. Bake Id minutes in moderately Blow overi. Turn out on to cloth rinsed out of cold water. Beat jelly. with fork. Spread on fresh roll. Roll up tightly and wrap,in waxed paper. When cool, sprinkle with sugar and serve Cut in slices 2-3 inch thick. --*--', -. V Children Learn Fears From Watching Action .' of Parents Or Others By AliCE JUDSON PEALE The surest way for a child to learn to be afraid of anything is to see that his parents -are afraid pf it. In this sense certainly fears are "inherited." , A'.mother who shows fright at a thunder storm, who Jumps with mingled terror and disgust at a snake or a fuzzy caterpillar, who backs away nervously from a hOrso or,a dog, Is bound to awaken these same fears in the child who looks to her for guidance and example. Â· It is perhaps' fairly impossible for us to overcome our own'deep- rooted fears and aversions, but it is possible for us to control them suf- :iclehtly ao that the child will not be much affected by them. When we realize how uncomfor- :able our own fears make us, even :ho we understand that they are ihoroly irrational, we should cer- .anly be ready .to make the effort necessary to prevent our children from "catching" them from us. i ' A mother who'knows herself to be especially fearful of many ordinary encounters would do well' to-counteract the suggestions of fear and shrinking 'Which her personality must carry, hot only by an effort of self-control but by deliberately, sub- ecting her children to influences of another sort. In this respect the various out-of- door clubs that are organized for ioys and girls thruout the country and the summer camp can do mich '.o counteract bad home influence. Â· Here the child comes under the sway of young men and women who have chosen a life of vigorous outdoor activity and sport because they delight in them. The child, by: the time he Is old inough to be enrolled in either a ilub or a camp. Is especially ready o befinfluenced by some young per- on of his own sex who stands tem porarily as an ideal to him. . ' -- *-Philadelphia newspaper declares hat prohibition is taxing our best ninds. Well, why not? Everything Ise is taxed.--Perry Republican. , r HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 340W Lake Globe^Gazette OFFICE PHONE No. 239 POPULAR PAIR AT PARK CLEAR LAKE, March 14.--The first appearance together of the .popular stars, Constance Bennett and Robert Montgomery. Is seen In "The Easiest Way," which comes to tho Park theater Sunday afternoon for a two day engagement. Jack Conway who directed "New Moon' and "Our Modern Maidens" and other successes also'directed this picture. . . Country Club Members Plan Series of Parties Parent-Teachers to Meet for Talk by Mason City School Head. . / CLEAR LAKE, Â· March 14.--The first of a series of summer bridge parties lor members of the Clear Lake Country club is planned for St. Patrick's day. Mrs. H .N. Hal- vorsoh and Mrs. W. C. Carrollare tiostesses at this affair. The club has planned to hold such parties,, three, times a Â· month, two in the afternoon and one ifi the evening. . The afternoon parties will begin at'2:15 o'clock \vhile the evening party will be at 8 o'clock on Friday with both men and women attending.' Luncheon will be served to any part of-the'group upon four hours' notice, W. A. Ames stated. In like manner 'dinner will be served by reservation of five hours. Hold Spring Luncheons A large number of clubs hold spring luncheons this week. The Library, Reading club will be "entertained by Mrs. E. K.' Greene,. South Second street, Monday nooa. Assisting ; serving are Mrs. NaHle Baldwin, .Mrs. .At C. .Runcle, Mrs W. ;W^,,ConneUy;: ahd;;Mrs.. Arthur Rjuysoiii'Â·"; ; "The Modern''Woman anc Her Problems" will be aisousscd ;by Mrs. S.'Kennedy, Jr.,) and Mrs. W. W. Connelly will talk of her western trip this winter. Irish stories will be the roll call feature. On Thursday the Twentieth Cen- tury'club will hold its luncheon at the. Clear Lake Country club\wlth Mrs. J. W, Pattio hostess. Mrs. A. A. Joslyn will 1 give a talk on "The New Dimensions for a. Now Age." The committee In charge of the Bffn.tr is Mrs; F. P. Walker, Mrs. Ft. N. Rinard; Mrs. H. E. Freeman, Mrs. I. C. Jensen. Mrs, B. J. Clausen and Mrs. Ed Boyle. Osage' Cliib to Be Quests The local Lions club will entertain the club from Osage Wednesday evening- at the Soda Grill. Tuesday afternoon R. B. Irons, sirnerin- 1 :endent of the Mason City schools, will speak .before the members of :he Parent-Teachers association at .he high school audltprium. "Our Resnohsibilitles Â· to Our ; Children" will be his topic. Supt. C. A. Pease will sing a solo and several musical 'eatures will be on the program. The meeting is called for 3:45 o'clock. Miss Ida Clack will be hostess to members of the Progress club Monday- afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Gelat Will give a topic on public affairs and Mrs. .A. M. Inererapl will talk- on "The .Frail Warrior." Miss Katharine Davies will be hostess to members of, the P. E. O. chapter Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nellie Baldvin will talk of ".The Glories of Ire- and," and Mias Daviea will present several musical selections. iome Builder Group Elects Mrs! Carr Head CLEAR LAKE, March 14;--The iome Builders Sunday school class met for a picnic supper in the Methodist church parlors Friday night. Mrs. Virgil Carr was elected president to succeed Mrs. F. W. Trlp- ett, who has held the office for the ast three years. Homer Lyons was lected vice president and Mrs. Paul liller secretary and treasurer. Mrs. V. W.' Connelly chairmaned the ocial hour of games and contests which followed the business meet- ng. Over 30 persons were- in at- endance. TEAMS SELECTED FOR TOURNEY High School'Girls to Be Players in Class Competition. " CLEAR LAKE, March 14.--The girls' basketball intramural schedule begins Monday night at the high school g^rn, according to Miss Kerwin, physical education instructor. The schedule will be played off in a round robin tourney. ' Six players have been chosen from each class for competition. They are: Seniors--Charlotte Ames, May Davis, Maude Estelle Verbeck- moes, Thelma McKlbben, Anna Mary Callanan and Jeaayce Lambert; juniors --? Eleanor Runole, Edith Rice,' Ardilla Shoop, Dorothy De Bruyn, Dorothy Clock, Mary Anna Frost; sophomores^-Esther Lewis, Dorothy Matson, Frances White, Anna May Jensne, Jane Druley,. Delqrea Anderson, arid freshmen--Mary Ann Hughes, Lu- ciUo Winnie; BJoise" Sandry, Winifred SodryVHazel,Young, and Virginia Yelland. . Veterinarians of Northern Iowa Meet at Lake Country Club -CLEAR LAKE, March 14.--About 50 members and wives of the Upper Iowa Veterinary association met for dinner at the Clear Lake Country club ..Friday night/ Following the business meeting discussions were held by the practitioners in the field. The county agents of Wright, Kpssuth and Hancock counties,' gruests .of the group, gave short talks. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Charlesworth were hosts att he affair. Table decorations were carried out in pink and green, using the pink tapers, ?reen tulle and pink carnations. Plans were made for the next meeting- of the organization which will he held May 8 at the Clear Lake Country club. At this time the Mason City women will be hostesses. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Monday--Progress club meets at the homo of Miss Ida Clack, North Fifth street. Library Reading club luncheon at the home of Mrs. E. K. Greene, South Second street. Tuesday--Knights of Pythias meet at the K. P. hall. P. T. A. meets in the high school auditorium at 3:45; o'clock. P. E. O. meets at tho horrio of Miss Katharine Davis, North Fourth, street. Cerro Gordo Rural W. C. T. "U. meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Wolford. Wednesday--Eastern Star' suppej and Inspection of chapter by district Instructor. Lions club entertain Osage club at 6:30 dinner at the Soda Grill. Thursday--Twentieth Centur? club Â· luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club. Are Parents of Girl. CLEAR LAKE, March 14.--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, 311 ra street, announce the birth of a daughter. weighing 8VS pounds, 'he child has been named Peggy Ann. Project Leaders.Meet. CLEAR LAKE, March 14.--The Lake township project leaders will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Charles F. Ransom. Mias Alice Cole, iome demonstration agent, will pre- ent the lesson on "Feedine: the Â° " e Letts Made Special Attorney to Hasten Up Building Program WASHINGTON, March 14. (1P-- In an effort to spce} up the pubic building program as an aid'to employment, the justice department today appointed former Represents tive Letts, Iowa, and .Charles Verner, Alabama, to act as special con- aeirtnation proceeding attorneys. Tho appointments were signed today by Solicitor General Thacher. Both will operate under new legislation allowing the government to take possession of desired land as soon as condemnation proceedings hava been instituted. LEE DEWIGGEVS Circulation and Adverttataf Residence Phone 67 DRAMA PLAYERS GIVE PRODUCTION Variety in Types of Plays Shown in High School Program. , CLEAR LA KB Marcn a4 ._ The three plays which were presented by members of the high school drama club Were both clever and well presented before a large audience at the high school Friday evening. Mlsa Myrtle Oulmaa directed the plays. "A Midnight Fantasy" by Kather- ihe Hunt was a clever stoty of the Miss of 1750 portrayed by. Lynette Comstock and the Miss of 1930 portrayed by Bonnie Whitney, who stepped from their portraits at mid-night and became acquainted. The old-fashioned miss was concerned ;Wlth a beautiful lace Valentine bear- tag bits of coquetry, while the modern flapper told of her boy friends in a modern fashion. A dance -by each of them completed this fantastic picture of the agea. Spacla) light- Ing effects were used in production. FJnderav Keepers," , a - comedy drama by George Kelley was the actors' firat attempt at drama. 'The manner- in which the husband played by Joe Jensen; lost his faith in- his wife, Dorothy Drew, was a Â·lesson in ethics. The story centered around the binding of a mesh bag by Mrs. Aldrld containing $400.-Her friend, Mrs. Hampton, played by Helen Wurtzer, lost the money. .The way In .which Mrs. Hampton received her purse brot unhapplneas to Mr. and Mrs. Aldrid. . , The message which arrived at tha Cliutoti home .Is the thema for the tiÂ«e of the comedy "The Telegram" which was presented by a cast of five. The words "Am Married'' on tho telegram sent by the mother portrayed by Miriam Brager, caused an uproar among the children. Ann the older sister, played by Harriet Sheridan, thot her friend.-Bert Jordan, played by Joe Jensen, eloped with her mother. Upon the arrival of the mother, her explanation of the telegram "Am Worried" settled all difficulties and left the-family happy. The twins, played by May Davis and Halvor Comstock, caused much 1 laughter with their youthful ideas. ' . Â· ; . Assisting in the production were the Ripple staff members who acted as business managers, Walter Adams, stage manager, May Davis and Mary Auna Frost, properties. The high school orchestra furnished music for the occasion. lear Lake^Brwfs? S rm. apt. for rent. Ph. 133W. Mra, J. It. Rogers, Chicago, .arrived Sunday morning to spend tho week-end with her mother, Mrs. Mable Newcomer. Her husband is expected to arrive Sunday morn- Ing. Both will return Sunday evening. Mrs. Rogers was formerly Janet Newcomer. . Mrs. Charlotte Karr, East Main street, who has been suffering from an attack of influenza, is reported to be improved today." A. G. Prlbbenpw and family plan to move to Hampton about June 1 where Mr. Fribbenow will have charge of the Globe-Gazette, interest in Franklin arid Butler counties. He has worked -witn the Dea Moinea Register in the same territory for 10 years. The family came. from Hampton to Clear Lake Seven years ago. , Lawrence Jones, Iowa Â· CHy,. arrived homo Friday night to spend tho week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones, North Third street. His mother, accompanied him after spending a day at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. H. Volland. H. M. Colbert, Grinncll, is spending several days vacation In Clear Lake. He is engaged as journalism instructor at Grinnell college. A, M. Pike is expected to arrivo home Saturday to spend the weekend with his family, 220 North Second street. State K. P. Officer to Visit Lake Lodge CLEAR- LAKE, March 14.--The! Knights of Pythias are making special plans for Tuesday night's session which will honor Ward Ferguson, grand keeper of the records and seals, Des Molnes, who will visit the lodge. A dinner wilt -be held at 6:30 o'clock at the Lions cafe alter which the.group will adjourn, to the K. P. hall. Plans'for :he Grand Lodge convention which will/be held in Clear Lake in Sep:ember win be discussed. A volley- mil tournament will be staged at the close of lodge. H. W. Knutson will chairman the committee for the evening lunch. If it's a dreary day, and he doesn't give a darn, he has been married five years.--Fountain Inn Tribune; P ARK Theater CLEAR LAKE SATURDAY HOOT GIBSON "TRIGGER TRICKS" Rln-Tin-Tln Serin] SUNDAY AND MONDAY" CONSTANCE _ BENNETT Â· -- THE EASIEST Â· WAY 11 Producer.