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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 1 M 1937 FIVE MARCH 1 FINDS MANY NORTH IOWA FARMERS MOVING CHANGES LISTED IN MANY TOWNS Snowdrifts on Sidevoads Hinder Movers at Some Points. GARNER--Few farm renters are moving in this immediate vicinity and those who are, are nat expected to encounter much difficulty here because ot road.con- ditions. Rather than take a chance with bad roads, experienced in the past two seasons on March 1, practically all feed and grain has been hauled during the winter, when roads were open. About all that remains to be moved is livestock and household goods. Those who are moving include the William Wrede family from Garner to the- farm purchased by Mr. Wrede just east of Concord cemetery, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Keat who are moving to a farm they bought in Madison township. Al Kramer has leased the Wrede land, but the Wredes will occupy the buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goll have rented the Mrs. Louise Carr farm east of town vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Graham family who go to a farm southeast ot Clear Lake. Einer Christiansen will move to the 280 acre farm he purchased six miles southeast of Ventura and the Can- farm leased by him lor several years southeast of Garner has been leased to Mr. Patterson who has lived on the farm purchased by Mr. Christiansen, which contains 280 acres. Casper Kern, 6 miles southwest of town, is moving to the farm vacated by Erwin Rohendahl who is moving to a farm southeast of Garner. The, William Rockow's who have farmed in Madison township for many years have moved to Dows. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan are moving from here to live in Charles City. Mrs. Kate Becker Nesbit is here from New Hich- land, Minn. Many changes are being made by residents here in town with only a few few of the larger old houses being vacant which will undoubtedly be taken in a short time because of a general shortage of houses for rent available. IMove Over Store. KLEMME-- Those who moved March 1 in the Klemme community included Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott to an apartment in their store, the - Arley Blickendorfer family moved to Stotl's, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Butz to BUckendorf- er's, Norman Liesner family to Mason City, 'Harlo Helps family- to the Liesner place, Jake Hess family to Helps. The H, Barkma family moved to the Hess farm, Mrs. Tillie Bachman to Barkma's, Lloyd Smith to Bachman's, Charles Smock family to Smith's, Mrs. H. Bridges to Smock's, Mrs. M. Drake to Bridges, Roy Johnson family to the Alvin Goll farm, Coil's to William Neuberger's, Neuberger's to Henry Dirks', Dirks to the Ed Christensen farm, Christensen to Carsie Chris. tensen's farm, who held a closing out sale. Mi-, and Mrs.'H. Galbreth to the Paul Grange residence, Charley Frilzcls to Galbreth's, S. Hoveland family to Fritzel's, A. Hovelock family'to Ihe R. Kirnball farm, Kimballs to John Chambers, Chambers to Frank Quigley, Quigley's tn V. C a r t e r, Carters uorlh of Garner, Henry Boiling and family to the Donald Neuberger farm. Neuberger had a closin out sale. Go to Cedar Falls. RITDD -- The Walter Newton family .moved to a place near Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs George Burzette will occupy Mrs S. A. Kingsbury's farm house. Michael Allen moved to his farm south o£ town, and Mr. and Mrs Cecil Gruver and son will move to the Carl Barney house. The Christ Tict?. family will live on a .larm .1 miles south of the Moll? oil station and the Maurice Dodge f a m i l y will move In Ihe farm vacated by the Tietz family. Mr. and . Mrs. Lars "Mikkelson snrt family moved from Thornton Friday into the Mrs. Halcyon Brown house. Mr. Mikkelson opened the Chrmplin Refining com- Butler County Sets Up Soil Depleting . Acres for Program ALLISON -- The Butler county oil conservation committeemen net and divided up the state al- otment between townships. The tate allotment for Butler county vas 213,497 soil depleting acres. The corn allotment for Butler :ounty was 115,437 acres. According from the information eceived from L. G. Scallon, chairman o£ the Butler county soil con- ervation committee, each farmer vill be treated exactly the same his ; year and approximately 82 per cent of the crop acres will be given to each farmer as a soil deleting base. The details as to the exact per :ent will be worked out and an- ilyzed within a few days. The corn acreage was divided by townships according to the 1935 corn acreage and the township committee vill divide it between farmers vithin the township to make as "air a distribution as possible. Considering the type of framing hat has been practiced, the amount of limestone on the farm, he number ot acres of non crop and, and the fertility. pany oil station ss manager Monday. The station has been closed lor several years. Many Near Dumonl. DUMONT--The following farmers ! .n this vicinity are moving: Alfred Schiller from the Fred Dennis place one and one-half miles east on No. 10 to an acreage recently purchased and the house .-emodeled just west of the railroad; Rube Wearda to the Dennis farm and H. T. Ubben from soulh- ast o£ here fo the place Wearda left; Jake DeFries from the Clapper place south of Ardale to the place vacated by Guy Jackson lialf mile east of town; Jackson to the old Borneman place west of town vacated last fall by Harry Card. E. E. Hanawalt from the Jones residence to the farm vacated by Ben JjeVore who goes to the farm eorge Claassen leaves on coming to the Jones residence in town; Harry Doidge, who has lived 31 years on his farm just south of No. 10 4 miles west,, moved to Coulter to an acreage and his daughter and liusbdnd, Mr. and Mrs. George Mulzel. moved here from Bradford; Wayne Minert from near Aredale, moved to the Akin farm vacated by Dell White who came lo town; Forest Wickham moved from town to a farm northwest of Bristcw; Will Kampman moved to a farm he bought near Parkersburg and Mr. Butjer from near Aredale came to the Kamprnan place one-mile east oh No. 10;'Mr. Diedrick Lindeman from west of Aredale came to the Minert place north of town. Henry Miller from one-half mile east on No. 10 came to the larm he purchased one-halt mile north of town last full and his brother Ebil Miller moved from there to the place Henry left; Emmet Ufford from soulh of Aredale to the old Olterstein place west on- (ho county line, and Mr. and Mrs. ·Ernest Nolle moved from Aredale to her parents' home here, the late Mr. and Mrs. Jud Hartgraves, which fhey purchased; Ihc Rev. Peler Slahl, a retired Catholic priest from Belmond, moved to the residence being vacated by Supt and Mrs. R. H. Atchison, which he purchased last fall. To fiOO Acre Place. CORWITH--Among the farmers moving March 1 were the John Pinta family moving lo a farm near Hudd; the W. J. Shipman family to a 600 acre farm west o! Mason City; Max Sloan to the Shipman place and Jnke Leerer to the place east of town vacated by Sloans; Louis Schaller goes to the Emery Sanford farm near Kanawha and Art Kelch will move to the Schaller place; Earl Trenary will farm the place Kelch leaves George Grey goes to the Mrs. Ollio Sanford place west of Kanawha and Meh'in Severns has rented HIP place Grey leaves and has hircc Harold Olson lo help operate the farm and live on the place; Sell Gourley will move tn the old Sanford farm near Kanawha and Harvey Enficld w i l l farm the Hauser place vacated by Gourley W. P. Mattoon will farm neai Hutchins; Charles Mortimer will move to Cor with and Lester Hash vill farm the place west of town hat Mortimer leaves; Harold Brown will farm the Irving Applelate larm west of town; Willis Oberhelman will come from near ·oldfield lo live on the tenant place on the Henry Weber farm. · Stlls Acreage in Kcnsett. KENSETT--Mrs. C. Ulrich of 'lymouth purchased the A. O. Biunsvold home which includes 20 icres of land in east Kensett. Mr. Biunsvold has not made definite ilans as yet. Mr. and Mrs. Perley Srunsvold have rented rooms at he T. S. Bakens until the close of school. Mrs. Hannah. Glassel and daughter, Myrtle purchased the modern home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Newland, Mr. and Mrs. New- and have rented rooms at the Gerhard Knudson home for the present, Move to Osage. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Libersky moved their house- lold goods to Osage Saturday as ilr. Libersky begins work March for the John Deere company. Mr. and Mrs. Art Jones of Manly have moved into the J. P. Hansen tenant house as Mr. Jones will work 'or Hansen this season. Oscar Johnson has moved to a farm near Mcintire and Oliver Pettitt is the new enant on the Hube farm vacated y Johnson. Plans Blacksmith Shop. FERTILE--John Zobel has purchased the old G. K. Daley residence from the heirs of Mr. Daley and plans to move there and start a blacksmith shop as soon as pos- ible. Forrest Roberts and wife and son moved here from Pine City, Vlinn., having sold their farm here and purchased the old E. T. Dobb farm east of town on which :hey will move as soon as vacated. Goes to Burt. AREDALE--Mrs. Bertha. Wai- ace ot Burt moved her house- lold goods to Burt Saturday. Mrs. Wallace' has sold her residence to Fred Zimmerman. Arrive From Fairmont. BUFFALO CENTER --Mr. and Vlrs. Fred Westendorf of Fairmont, Minn., moved here and are occupying the house they recently pur- shased of George Carman. Moves to Farm. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. Mary Ellen Pierce, who has spent several months in Des Moines, Ames and other points, moved March 1 lo her house on the farm. Clark McKee, Clear Lake, has moved into the tenant house on the Pierce farm. The farm is in Lincoln Ccn- r. DriCls Hinder Movers. SWALEDALE -- Drifted rnad have made moving a problem. Friday a number of side roads were pasable so Mr. and Mrs. Charley Peters moved most o£ their farm goods to the farm which they wil work ; north of 'Meserv"e"y.'''Mr.''and Mrs. William Huntchbatch wil move on the farm they vacatec and Bob Ward and family wil move on the farm Huntchbach letl Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hunt move to a farm south of Mason City on the highway and the F. Phiel family soutli of Thornton, will work the farm Hunt leaves. Given Farewell Parly. ORCHARD -- Friends of Mrs Olea Knudson gathered at the home ot Mrs. Earl Cole Thursday afternoon and gave her a farewel party. A picnic dinner was served followed by a social afternoon Mrs. Knudsou and family wil leave soon for their new hoiru near Dexter. Movine (o Dumont. AREDALE--A farewell courlesj was given in honor of Mr. at Mrs. Ernest Nolte and famil. when 50 neighbors and friends anc John Prugh and Earl Gray of this place met at the Nolte home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nolle are moving lo Dumont March where they will make their fulun home. The evening was spent ii playing cards and in music. A lunch was served by the hostesses Mrs. Ralph Kenirey and Mrs. Arnold Keuckenberg. Honored at Farewell. CARPENTER--A farewell party was hold at the Carpenter clul rooms Friday evening in honor o Mr. and Mrs. George Plmvtnai who movr.'d lo a f a r m near Lyle Minn. Buys Floyd Kc.stauranC. CARPENTER -- Lewis Ellgei o£ Carpenter has purchased a restaurant at Floyd and will operate it soon. --that's what this champion rodeo girl calls smoking Camel cigarettes! HISS ROSE DAVIS says: "Camels are especially enjoyable Tvith my meals. They set me right!" Smoking Camels increases the flow of digestive fluids--alkaline digestive fluids. You enjoy food more --digest it easier. CAMELS COSTLIER TOBACCOS CHIEF ENGINEER George Buckingham spcndsmostof his time on the high seas. "Smoking Camels at meals and aftnr helps keep my digestion on an even :-: HERE ANDTHERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota 330 Average Attendance. GARNER--The cooking school Iven by the Garner Leader and iignal in the high school audito- ium three days was attended by n average of 230 each day. Hostess to Culture Club. KUDIJ---Mrs. I^lorence' Pomeroy vas hostess Saturday afternoon to he Culture club. Miss Pearl Koll- ·nan was the roll call leader. Early lewspapers oE the county were mentioned. Mrs. Otto Bfandau had 'barge.'pC the Bible study. Miss jibbie .Hodgin was the lesson eader, -using as her subpecl, "Is This Our Destiny?" Mrs. Claire VTallery entertained with Bible questions. Refreshments w e r e erved. Given Prenuplial Shower. RIDGEWAY -- A surprise prenuptial shower was held in honor f Miss Edna Trytten at the home of Mrs. Olo Rue Friday afternoon. Return From Clinic, RAKE -- Mrs. Aber Halvorson and Mrs. S. T. Sorenson returned Priday evening from Marion, 3. Dak., where they have been the past two weeks receiving treatments, at the Ticzen clinic. Given Farewell Party. MANLY -- A farewell surprise arty was held at No. 7 scliool- louse ...Friday night for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barrett by friends and leighbors. A large crowd attended. Mrs. Ellis Wharam and Mrs. Schulte were in charge. Sees Case Tourney. ROCK FALLS -- Supt. Lucille Usher 'drove to Marshalllown Friday evening to attend the junior college basketball tournament. Supt. Usher's son, Leland, plays on the Mason City teams. Daughter Is Born. SWALEDALE -- Word was received of the birth of a daughter. VTarcia Joyce, to the Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Benson in Walla Walla, Wash. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Benson. Al Wildlife meeting 1 . LONEROCIC--Arthur Priebe at- icndcd the first annual meeting of the Iowa Wildlife federation at the Tort DCS Moines hotel, Des Moines, Thursday and Friday. In Serious Comlilion. TITONKA--J. A. Loeschcn suffered a stroke of apoplexy early Thursday and is in a serious condition. His right side and speech arc affected. Honored at Shower. GENEVA--About 85 guests attended the postnuptial shower helc at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon-tor Mrs. Maurice Towle A rrrock-wVdding furnShecTehtef tainmenf. The bride, Mrs. Harrj Weirier, wore a lace curtain vei and carried a bouquet ot celery The bridegroom was Miss Arlene Pekarek. Mrs. Waller Harmon o Hampton was the clergyman anc Mrs. Leonard Mittcrcr played the wedding inarch. Return lo Montana. 9RCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chisholm have returned la theii home at New Deal, Mont, nflei spending Ihe winter here will) Ih former's mother, Mrs. Will Squires and oilier relatives. Taken (o Hospital. PLYMOUTH--Supt. E. E. Braiu of the consolidated school who was ill al liLs home for some limo was t a k e n (o a hospital at Masoi Cily Thursday. Leave for Kentucky. LEDYARD--R. K. Canary lof Friday for Kentucky and Tennessee where he will visit relatives Standard Bearers Meet. LIME SPRINGS--The Standard Bearers met at the home of Betty Fish Monday afternoon. Visitors From Wisconsin. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sanderson, Bango, Wis., spent th week-end at the E. C. Sanderson and E. L. Dickmeyer homes. Will Re-Enter Hospital. KLEMMF--Arley Blickcndorfe: w i l l leave Tuesday for DCS Moine: lo rc-enler the Vclcrans* hospila for treatments. Miss Klliel Nettonc l e f t Friday for UK: slate hospitii at Iowa City for Ircntmcnt. Honored at Shower. ROWAN--The three hostesses Mrs. Margret Rcilz, Miss Mari Geven and Mrs. Laura Keith en tertained a number of friends in the Charles Keith home at a mis ccllaneous shower in honor o Miss Mable Shaffer', the fifth anc sixth jjrade teacher, who resigncc her position. Mrs. Margrel Reit: has been hired for the rcmaindei o£ the year. fiOlli Birtliflay Observed. KANAWHA--A surprise birthday parly was held for Mrs. Ola Thompson at her home Thursday evening in honor of her sixticti birthday. Ficlil Representative Speaks*. HORTHWOOD--Miss Elsie P Kappcn of New York Cily. a fide represent alive of the Baptist clc nomination, spoke at Ihc vcspc service held a I Ihc Baptist churcl Sunday. An i n f o r m a l reception fu Miss' Kappcn was held followinj the address. 2 File for School Hoard. DUMONT--Two names. Mrs. J R. Britcher and Howard Pfallz graff, a former member for two terms and n past president, wer filed for the elections of a schoo board member March B to succe F. M. Snrenson, who is complet ing his third term, six years o which he served ns president. Mi Sorenson did not allow his nam lo be filed for re-eleclion. Sirs. Lynch Buried. EAGLE GROVE--Mary TheresE Lynch, 27, wife of Francis Lynch ·Woolstock township farmer, dice at the farm home Friday. Funer; services were held at the SI. Jo seph r u r a l church in Woolstocl township Monday, in charge n Father O'Donncll of Clarion, wh burial in Nevada, low 3 Time Rolls Back Time rolls back! John Mcr- riam, historical department guard, - DCS Moines, donned a. Civil war cap and picked up a Civil war musket for the above picture. John is a Civil war veteran who has been under Curator Harlaii for 16 years. Nearby cases supplied tlic cap and ffun for the picture. (Iowa. Daily Tress Photo) Rcluriis lo Grmifiy Center. KLEMME--^Mrs. Mary Mulch who hps been visiting her daugh- Ler and husband, Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Dulmes, the past 10 days, returned to her home in Grundy Center. Visit at Minneapolis. RAKE--Mrs. Henry Olson and daughters, La Vonne and Donna- bcllc, left Friday for Minneapolis to visit al the home of her brother, Palmer Olson and family. Visitor From Hubbartl. BUFFALO CENTER--Miss Slcl- la Olson, music supervisor in Ihe Hubbard schools, spent the weekend with relatives here. Returns From Walcrlou. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Art Lago of Waterloo returned to her home alter a week's visit at the,-horn of he.r father, Fred Wreghett am ifatniiVi.-.v^u^v. --·---i-.':-s- r ^^r--^^lc-: ' Dauirmer Is Namefl. 'I'- ROCKFOKD -- A d a u g h t e r weighing 8 ] /4 pounds, was born ti Mr. and Mrs. Claude Willshcr on Thursday evening. They havi named her Claudetla Roberta. Visit at Albert. City. BRITT --Mr. and Mrs. Em: Nissen' and daughter, Jean, speiv Sunday visiting relatives at Albert City. Will Meet Wednesday. BRITT--The Evangelical Free church Ladies' aid ~ will mec Wednesday afternoon with Mrs E. H. Olson. Mrs. Alvin Malsor has charge ol Ihe dcvolions. l);iiicliter Is Born. LAKE MILLS--Ml', iincl Mrs Marlcy Nelson are parents ot girl born Thursday. This is the third girl. Returns From Waterloo. BRITT -- M r . and Mrs. Mike Duda returned h o m e Saturday from an extended visit with relatives in Waterloo. S?0 Taken In. LAKE MILLS--More than $7C was taken in at the Men's Aic held last v/eek at the Salem Lutheran church at the regulai aid. Lcnvp for Chicago. ROCK FALLS--Mcno Napolc- t;io left Saturday for Chicago t visit friends for 2 weeks. Horn al Morning: Still. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Walte Swan received aii nniiounccmcn of Ihc birlh ot a son to Mr. and Mrs. Marie Swan al Morning Suti Mr. and Mrs. Swan were forme Brill residents. Lime Springs W. F. M. S. Plans Founders' Da LIME SPRINGS--The W. F. M S. of Ihe M. E. church will hold , Founder's Day program and le, al the church parlors Wedncsda; afternoon. Each member will in vile a guesl. The committee in charge o£ the tea are Mesdamcs ,1 Johnson, Edith Jones, R. Prescott a n d Brocltmcycr. M r s . E m m .Tones will have charge of dcvo lions and Mrs. Hondriukson wi liiivc charge of the program. , fen lure program will he a panto mime d u r i n g which Mrs. Sail, Haven wil sing n group of song. 1 accompanied on the pipe organ by Mrs. Margrctla Thomas, also play directed by Mr. Thomas en tilled "A Diamond in ihe Rough. Swaledale Declamatory Winners Are Announce SWALEDALE--The preliminary declamatory contest for Swaledal was held at Ihe schoolhouse Fri day evening, Feb. 26. Musical num bers were provided by variou studenls. The winners were, Ora torial. first, Edward Peterson second, Irving Hansen; dramatic first, Lorcnc Taylor, second, Syl via Peterson; humorous, firs In'ie Yctzcn, second, Merry 1 Proc lor. Miss Huth, Allen was th coach, Enlisls in Navy. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Jim- lie Beighley, son of James A. cighley, has enlisted in the U. S. avy and was called to repoii al /lankato, Minn. Returns From Nova Scolia. GREENE--Dr. H. G. MacLeod as returned from Nova Scolia, ·here he took the body of his loiher; Mrs. Gammon, for burial. Visitor From Dtibucine. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. Russell Colker and two children of Du- uque are visiting her parents, Dr. nd Mrs. J. E. Colby, and broth- rs, John and Eli and families. She ome lo see her father who is re- uperating from pneumonia. Basketball Player. LELAND -- Francis McGreevey, ophomore in high school and one f the first squad basketball play- rs, is seriously ill with pncumo- ia. He is the youngest son of Mr. nd Mrs. Frank McGreevey. Hear Rhythm Band. LONEROCK--The local Parent- ?eachers' association met at the chool auditorium. The boys' ·hythin band, composed of third md fourth grade students, played elections. The junior high school tudents sang a group of songs. ?he next program committee is rs. Charles Hill, Mrs. Eugene earson an_d Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Recovering- From Operation. KLEMME -- Miss Violet Scliof- er, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Roy S_chotfcr, underwent an appendicitis operation Thursday night at ercy hospital. She is making a ;ood recovery. Return From Chicago. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clay returned home Friday from several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scofield at Chicago. Goes to DCS Moines. AREDALE--Homer Stout left Sunday for Dca Moines Veterans' hospital where he v.'jll undergo an operation. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! The number ot livestock on Iowa farms Jan. 1, 1937, was below the inventorial numbers of a year ago, it was announced by the bureau of agricultural economics through the office of Leslie M. Carl, agricultural slatisti- cian. This reduction in numbers occurred mostly in the western and southern counties which were adversely affected by the drought in 1D3S. In general, numbers were maintained on about the same level as last year in the eastern and northeastern sections ot the stale. MORE PROTEST ON SALES TAX Meeting at Ocheyedan On Thursday; Others to Be Held. SWEA CITY--The Merchants and Consumers league will hold a second meeting of the newly organized group. The purpose of Ihc league is to protest the 2 per cent sales tax along border towns. A. B. Twccten is permanent chairman and J. E. Vaux is secretary. Hundrpds of letters are pouring in from every parl of the stale commending the league on ils proposed plans, it was claimed. A meeting will be held al Ocheyedan Thursday night where il is expected 500 merchants will attend. Mr. Tweeten and Mr. Vaux will call Ihe mecling. Oilier meetings planned will be held at Decorah and Cresco. Mr. Tweeten conferred with members ot the legislature at Des Moines Thursday and Friday where he was in attendance at a convention School Held Saturday. OTRANTO -- Otranto consolidated school was closed until Friday on account of blocked roads There was also school on Saturday. OSAGE PIONEER DIES AT HOME Funeral for Sullivan Will Be Held Tuesday at Sacred Heart. OSAGE--Michael H. Sullivan, 85, resident of Osage more than 50 years, died Saturday night at his home. Ho had been ill sinca Thanksgiving and recently suffered a heart attack. Born in Massachusetts Dec. 15, 1851, he came to Dubuque as .1 boy with parents and later moved, lo Osage. He was married nearly 50 years ago. Surviving are his widow, two sisters, Mrs. Annie Flynn of Minneapolis and Mrs. Kate Irwin ot Osage; six children, Mrs. Harold O'Brien of Mason City, Leo of Mason Cily, Mrs. M. C. King of Sesser. 111., Winifred Sullivan o£ Sioux Cily, Vera Sullivan oC Osage and Mrs. Sylvester Kuhn of Osage. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 0 o'clock at Sacred Heart church, Father Baxter in charge. Burial will be in Osage. 168 Present at Kanawha Molher, Daughter Event KANAWHA -- A Mother and daughter banquet was held Thursday evening at the Methodist church. One hundred and sixly- eighl guesls were served. Mrs. Henry-Johnson acled as toaslmis- tress and the following program was given: Welcome to daughters by Mrs. E. A. Briggs; response by Jean Gorlon; reading of two poems by Mrs. Floyd Fricdow; reading by Mrs. Charles Rankin; solo by Nora Nissen; solo by Lois Lein; reading by Lucille Burnquist; duet by Betty Ann Miller and Lois Lein, reading by Lois Varo; solo by Betty Freerkscn and two readings by Mrs. D. W. Wil- Icic. A N N U A L OPTICAL WITH THE SELLBNG OF FINER GLASSES For vision Hiaf will make life so much more enjoyable . . . that will moke your work so much easier . . . to bring new pleasure fo your everyday activities . . . for comfort that comes with the absence of headaches and cyestrain . . . styles that are correctly designed for each individual. Once-A-Year Event Featuring the Lowest Prices Possible! 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