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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 13, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1939 HOLD RITES FOR MRS, M. HILL Clear Lake Woman Survived by Six Children; Sisters C L E A R L A K E -- F u n e r a l services lor Mrs. Martha 11111, 74, who died Friday, morning at the home of Mrs. G. L. Patterson where she had been cared for the past four months, were held a1 Ward's funeral home at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Hev. Thomas B. Collins, pastor ol the Methodist church, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear ^Lake cemetery. Ward's made the arrangements. ' Pallbearers were George Lunn ·Will Schultz, Leo Swanson, Me ·Jacobson, Elmer Nelson and Pail .Nelson. O. J- King, accompanies ?at the piano by Mrs. Harolc -Thompson, sang "My Task" and ·'Somewhere a Voice Is Calling." Live Here 41 Years Martha D. Kies was born · a Martinville, Wis., July 19, 1864 one of nine children'of Eben anc Cordilia Kies. She grew to womanhood in that vicinity and on · Feb. 27, 1890, was united in marriage to John Sidney Hill. · Mr. · and Mrs. Hill lived nea Martinville until 1898 'when they moved to Cerro Gordo county. Mi- Hill died here in June, 1924. A year later Mrs. Hill left the farm home and since -had resided ir Clear Lake with the exception o some time spent in Minnesota -.with. her daughter, Mrs. Her 'Sandry. Children All Present Mrs. Hill is survived by si children, all o£ whom were pres ent for the funeral. They are Mrs Sandry, New Folden, Minn.; Har old Hill, Harvey, N. Dak.; Archi and Foster Hill, Hanlontown, an Ray and Clarence Hill, Clea Lake. One daughter preceded he in death, also three brothers Henry, Will and Alvin and a sis ter, Emily. Mrs. Hill is also survived b as tor Celebrates '8th Anniversary CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. S. DI. Stenby was guest of honor at a family dinner at his home, 400 West Division street Sunday, the occasion being his seventy- eighth . birthday. Out of town guests were his sons, Gay and Milton Stenby, and their wives who were here from Slinne- apolis in honor of the event. Tlie Rev. Mr. Slenby occupied his pulpit at the Bethlehem Lutheran church as usual and was assisted by L. L. Bystol of Lodi, Wis. He accompanied his sons back to Minneapolis in the evening fur a visit there. He received many flowers and messages from friends for his anniversary. Sir. Stenby is much improved from his recent illness. He has been pastor of the Bethlehem church more than 52 years. Luther League to Sponsor Sunrise Easter Service CLEAR LAKE--Plans to spon sor a sunrise Easter service were four sisters, Mrs. Frank Croyier, 1 made by members of the Luthe Ai-tViiit* IVic · TViTve "PI la n.iinrlln oTi _ _,,. *. ...Vt ~ « n t ,, fUn. *7»rt»i T ntVi Arthur, Wis.; Mrs. Ella Gundlach, Hazel Green, Wis., and Miss Effie ·'.Kies and Mrs. Emma Kellar,.Mc- AUen, Tex.; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Kate Baldwin, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Joe Hill, Fertile; 11 grandchildren and other more dis- .tant relatives. None of the sisters was able to be present. HIRE NEW TUTOR OSAGE--Miss Awanda Malison of Ames is the new teacher at the Osage high school. She takes the position of dramatic teacher and fills the position :Miss Maxine Eppard held before her marriage to ·Maurice Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Scott .will make their home on a farm between Mason City and Clear .Lake.. ague who met at the Zipn Luth ran church Sunday evening for a o'clock picnic supper.and pro ram in charge of the stewardship ommittee with Miss Helen Lome: s chairman. Devotions were led 'by Alto homas. Miss Lomen read a pla ealing with stewardship and ontest was held. Others on th ommittee' were Eugene Christen on, J. J. McCormick, Alto Thomas and Hermann Hilljeger PWORTH LEAGUE TUDIES LORD'S PRAYER Miss Wilma Hodneiield led the esson on the "Lord's Prayer" for he Epworth league group which met at the Methodist church Sunday evening with a good attend- ince. The Challengers are still ihead by 300 points but the ioosters have made good gains. ?he contest closes with a banquet by the losers during the Easter ·acation. The MorningAfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED .PLATE WORK IBFIflST ST. CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST DES MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 ' it you ao not receive your paper call 239: alter 6 p. rri. call 513-W Deadline for locals, classified. And display ads is 11 a, m v dally. Theatre pae« deadline ts 6 p. m. of tb« day before publication. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W At Surf on March 24 TO GROWN KING, QUEEN AT GYM Physical Education Demonstration .Opens With Big Parade CLEAR L A K E -- T h e annual jhysical education demonstration o be held at the high school gym 'uesday evening under the direc- ion of Dick Clausen! assistant oach, and Miss Virginia Auld, irector of girls' physical educa- ion, will open with a-parade fol- owcd by the coronation of the Athletic King and Queen. A drum major drill, girls' calisthenics, vi- 'iraharp solo, boys' calisthenics and oys' tumbling follow. The beginning tap is in three _ections, "Soldiers Brave," "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" and "Flir- ation Tap.'' Tower building, by Boy Scouts, vill be followed by the boys' umbling -club, volleyball games, lirls' tumbling and a-comedy trio act. To Give Folk Dances Clear Lake Briefs 40 Members of LDR Organization Meet JOICE--Approximately 40 members-of the L. D. R. met at the local parsonage Saturday. Mavis Gordon gave a topic, Sybil Heimdal a piano solo; Ivanell Larson, a study. It was decided to have a mother and daughter banquet in April. Refreshments were served by Kathryn Tweeten, Dorothy Walstad, Doris Mathews and Marie Knutson, all faculty members o£ the Joice school. Numbers in folk dancing include 'Crested Hen," "Little Man in a ix," "Tantoli," "Virginia Reel" nd "Harvest Frolic." The advanced tap dancers will appear in "Negro Tap" and "Bicycle Built for Two." The Three Leonardos, University of Iowa trio engaged to put on several acts, has canceled its en- jagement because of illness among the members. Assist in Work Students will act as assistants for the demonstration. The managers will be Maxine Axelson, Eleanor Bilker, Edith Enabnit, Jean Gilbert, Helenann Hansen, Mary Hill, Juk'a Ann Hofer, Patsy Huey, Alberta Joslyn, Helen King, Mildred Miller, Lillian Peterson, Betty Porter and Alma Schmidt. Property men will be Glenn Wistey, Victor Lowman, Charles Thomas, Alton Thomas, Wayne Coyier and Lloyd Franks. Keith Neal, Keith Jacobson, Kenneth Mick and Delmar Jacobson -will act as electricians and the advertising committee consists of Jean Gilbert, Patricia Kennison, Darwin Monaghen, Robert Bliss, Robert Porter and Bill Nichols. To Use Spot Light The program will open at i o'clock and a small fee to help on expenses will be charged for admission. Spot lights will be used on the acts and the junior high school is submitting a couple o: numbers. A dress rehearsal for the benefi of grade children was planned a 7:30 o'clock Monday evening. The high school band directed by John Kopecky will furnish music fo the program. Forty members of Girl Scout troops No, 1 and No. 2 attended services at the Congregational church Sunday morning in observance of the national Girl Scout birthday anniversary March 12. They were accompanied by! their captains, Mrs. Homer Briar! and Miss Muriel Anderson. A. W. Matthies left Monday morning for Belvidere, 111., where he was called by the serious illness of his father, William Matthies. Unfurn. apt. for rent. Call 307. Members of Verity lodge No. 250 A. F. and A. M. will meet in special session at Masonic Temple Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock for work in the first degree.. Mr. and Mrs. George Kabrick and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moretz and their father, Frank P. Oleson, Forest City, who had been visiting his daughter since Thursday, drove to Hadcliffe Sunday to visit their brother^ Dwight Oleson, and family. Mr. Oleson, Sr., remained to visit his son until next Sunday. Date Snyder, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, who is ill at Mercy hospital in Mason City with pneumonia, had a good night Sunday and was better Monday. 3 Atlas tires reg. price, 4th only Ic. Peterson Standard Sta. Mr. and Mrs. Harold.D. Cone moved Saturday from 254 Caroline treet to · the -A. R. Jorgenson ouse, 614 South Fourth street, hich they recently purchased. Miss Lucille Winnie, who teach- s at Williams, was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie. Mrs. Barry Braheny, assisted by VTrs. Margaret Braheny, will en- ertain the C. D. A. at a postponed meeting at her home Wednesday evening. C. Vi. Butts for welt drilling, lump, windmill repair. Ph. 606-W. Dr. R. IV. Peterson will be in :harge of the program for the Jons club meeting at Legion hall Wednesday noon. Park Chapter No. 35, O. E. S., vill meet in regular session at the Masonic temple Wednesday evening. The 6:30 o'clock dinner will be served by a committee of which Mrs. A. B. Phillips is chairman and Mrs. H. E. Freeman, cochairman. Chapter will convene at 7:30 o'clock and will be followed Mrs. E. E. Chappell will be assisted by Mrs. D. H. Culver and Mrs. Harry Mason in entertaining the W. C. T. U. at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Chappell will lead devotions, Miss Nettie Chadbourne will give a report. Mrs. C. A. Pease will sing and Mrs. C. A. Knutson will speak. Lunch will be served. New handbags in g o r g e o u s spring colors. Nichols Shop. Lake Township Farm Bureau will meet Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ransom for a day meeting. "How Can We Co-operate to Obtain Adequate Library Service?" is the topic for discussion and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Skadeland and Miss Esther Tesene are the committee. Thimble Bee club will meet at the home of Mrs. George Lunn Wednesday. ' New Betty Baxley cotton dresses, $1.95. Nichols Shop. Miss Esther Cobb, who is employed at Mason City, fell on the steps at her home, 300 Jefferson street Monday morning and suffered a broken leg. She was taken to Park hospital. Miss Clotilde Philippe,, who has been ill with bronchial pneumonia, is getting along nicely. She is still in bed. Oscar Hansen, who was taken ill with flu Friday evening, was better Sunday. Special showing all this week of Nelly Don and L'Aiglon dresses at $1.95 to $10.95. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Roy French have received word that their son-in- law, Virgil Homer, who is in a hospital, at Ogden, Utah, following an auto accident, is getting along quite well. He has been in a cast for six weeks and will be kept in it three weeks more. Doctors still fear he will be unable to walk BUTTER MEN HOLD BANQUET Annual Event Held at Golf Club; Names of Winners Given CLEAR. LAKE--R. O. Storvick and R. C. Willey of State Brand creameries, Mason City; C. E. Boehnke, Ames, and Howard Delahoyde, state creamery inspector for this territory, were speakers at the annual banquet and meeting of districts 4 and 5 of the Iowa Creamery Operators and Managers association held Saturday afternoon and evening at'the Clear Lake Golf club with 50 men and' women p r e s e n t . Harvey Schnurr, Waterloo, acted as toastmaster. During the afternoon contests in butter scoring were held for both men and women. Prizes were awarded after the banquet with Russell Weaver, Mason City making the presentations. In butter scoring H. O. Hoveland, Vinge, placed first with a score of 94, R. Jorgenson, Grafton, placed second with 93% and Maynard Huff, Greene, third with 93i,i. In the butter judging for women, .Mrs. M. W. Dammen, Ventura, won first and Mrs. R. Jorgenson, Grafton, second, with Mrs. H. M. Cash, Fertile, and Mrs. W. Schnek, Crystal Lake, tying for third. They drew for the prize which-went to Mrs. Cash. O. J. Kloock, Garner, won first prize in butter judging for men; H. M. Cash, Fertile, second, and R. Jorgenson, Grafton, third. Mr. Kloock ivas assisted by Mr. Dammens, Ventura, and L. B. Cash, Clear Lake, in making arrangements for the meeting. * * f*u9i-- Direct from a long run at Chicago's Edgewater Beach hotel where he has been heard over the Columbia network, Ilerbie Holmes and his orchestra will appear at the Surf ballroom in Clear Lake on Friday, March 24. The young maestro from the Mississippi della features Nancy Hutson, dyed-in-the-wool southerner, as femme vocalist. A host of supporting entertainers include the Glee Club, the Four Levee Loungers, and the Three Rhythm Rebels. again. Mrs. R. R. Saatoff, BHcelyn, by a social hour. New L'Aiglon and Nelly Don dresses $1.95 up. Nichols Shop. Mrs. Carl Christiansen who was to entertain Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at her home Wednesday afternoon has postponed the meeting until March 22 because of bad roads. Girl Scout troop No. 1 was to meet Monday evening at the usual time instead of Tuesday because "of the Physical Education demonstration to be held Tuesday evening. Minn., arrived Sunday evening to spend a few weeks at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Charles Rickard, North Elm street. New colorful wash dresses, $1. Oluf T. Hansen Co. Mrs. IV. C. Hofer, 300 Clara street, will entertain St. Teresa's circle of the Catholic aid at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Cora Hill will entertain the Laf-a-Lot rlub at -108 Benton street Tuesday afternoon. Royal club, which was to meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. F. G. Cookman, has been postponed until March 30. J. H. Woodstock, 88, who has been ill at his home for several days, is in a critical condition. Mrs. Arnot Hansen, who has been at Algona hospital the past ' three weeks, is improving. Mrs. C. A. Knutson-to Attend Club Session at San Francisco Relatives Arrive to Attend Funeral of Mrs. C, C. Ross CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Bertha Waudby, Buffalo, N. Y., "has arrived to attend the funeral services of her sister, Mrs. C. C. Ross, which will be held Tuesday afternoon. A short prayer service will be held at the home, 400 North Elm street, at 2 o'clock, followed by rites at the Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. Thomas B. Collins will conduct the services and burial will be in Clear Lake cemetery, Mr. and Mrs. Glaus DeBoer Waterloo, parents of Mrs. Ross, are also here and other relatives are expected to arrive for the funeral. EX-SERVICE MAN BURIED AT LAKE Stafford Post Holds Military Service for Roy Dobbs, 43 CLEAR LAKE--The funeral ot Roy Dobbs, 43, who died early Thursday morning at a Mason City hospital of pneumonia following an attack of flu, was held at the Congregational church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. J. B. Calhoun conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. Ward's funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Karl Hass, L« E. Ashland, T. G. Burns, E. C. Kudej, H. S. Hushaw and George Gilbert, all Legionnaires. O. J. King, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harold Thompson, sang "My Task" and "Somewhere a Voice Is Calling." Born in Illinois A military service was held afc the grave with C. A. Pease, commander of Stafford post No. 222, American Legion, in charge. Members of the color guard and firing squad were E. A. Colburn, L. G. Stunkard, J. H. Ransom, Forde Lee, Harlan Ott, Floyd KimbalL, R. C. Meier and M. L. Jacobson. Shirley Stanfield was bugler and Carl Ashby and Jens Wind were the flag committee. Mr. Dobbs was born Feb. 28, 189S, at Keenes, Wayne county, 111., the son of Nathan and Addie Dobbs. He grew up in this locality and in 1915 came to Mason City where he was farm manager at the I. O. O. F. homes four years. For two years of this time he was also manager of the boys' depart- ^ment of the home. During the World war he served overseas from August, 1918, to May, 1919, in Company G ot the 140th Infantry. Wife, Daughter Survive Returning to the United States he was superintendent of the I. O. O. F. homes for a time and then \f| Clear Lake Calendar RHEUMATISM I I L I E V I P A I N IN FIW M I N U T E S To relieve the torturing pain of Rheumatism, Neuritis, Neuralgia or Lumbago, in a few minutes, get the Doctor's formula ftURlTO. Dependable--no opiates, no narcotics. Does the wort quicUj---must relieve cruel pain, to your satisfaction in a few ininutcs or money back at Dnjspist's- Don't suffer. Use MUKITO on this guarantee today "NEVER TOOK BETTER ADVICE," EXCLAIMS LINN COUNTY LADY Friend at Ladies Aid Meeting Suggested She Try Natex-- Now Center Point Resident Says She Feels 100% Better. "I never took better advice in my life when I followed a friend's suggestion and started on Natex," says Mrs. William Slocum, Center Point, Linn Co. "For all too long a time I'd been badly constipated and just Ceeling miserable generally. I actually was afraid to cat a decent meal as I knew the food would sour in my stomach, form gas, make me short of breath and cause my heart to flutter; my nerves were in such z. state that I rolled and tossed most every i night instead of getting the sound sleep I needed; headaches, dizziness, spots before the eyes and a bad taste were other complaints I was forced to put up with; and there was an ache in my back, up under my shoulders, that often drove me almost frantic. "Then one day at a meeting of the Ladies Aid, I noticed how very well one of my friends was looking and how full of pep she was. When I asked her what she had been doing, she told me all the credit would have to go to Natex and that I should try the medicine for myself. '·Well, just a dose or two gave me the gentlest, most thorough bowel movements I'd had in years. Now I'm eating anything 1 Trio Entertains 16 Guests at Dinner; Contract Played CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Henry Volstad and the Misses Dorothy Hardin and Bernice Tutton entertained a group of friends at a dinner and card party at the Volstad home Saturday evening with 16 guests present. A yellow and green color scheme with a jonquil motif was carried out in the table decorations and menu. A jonquil in a bud vase centered each table and place cards were decorated with the flower.' A two course dinner was served and Mrs. T. G. Burns and Miss Edna Hogers were awarded prizes in contract, tf C * IS GUEST OF LAF-A-LOT CLUB Mrs. Bertha E. Knutson was a guest of the Laf-a-Lot club which met Saturday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Carl Tegtmeyer, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of the latter. A picnic lunch was served and the time was spent in visiting. Mrs. Tegtmeyer received a gift from the club which will meet again. Tuesday with Hill. Mrs. Cora One'way to be right nine times out of ten is to listen to the tale of wickedness, divide it by two and subtract ninety per cent.-Wisconsin State Journal. Mrs. William Slocum and everything without a trace of after- distress; my nerves are calm and quiet and let me sleep like a top; the headaches, dizzy spells and spots before the eyes seem to have left me, my mouth tastes clean and fresh, and there's no sign of the old gnawing backache. Actually, I feel 100% better, and I too give all the credit to Natex!" Let Natex help you, too. It is especially featured in Mason City by the Engler Drug Co., 5 South Federal Avc., and is also sold by most all other leading druggists. Clearer HEADS irr thai w« ever knowing!? or wilUnrlj- ued a. lent tea on ial lh*t iru not boniftd* *jid true In creiy ropcct, W HY let all your activities today be ruined by a feeling ol con- . gestioti tn your head due to a cold? You can relieve this discomfort by Inserting a little Mentholatum to your nostrils. It will soon break up the congestion of mucus there. Mentholatum wiH also send soothing medicinal vapors up through the breathing passages. Then your head will leel clearer, your breathing easier. Using Mentholatum as needed, you'll be able to carry on through the rest of the day in comfort. MENTHOLATUM I C.f« COMFORT Daily RITES HELD FOR MRS. WATSON Body Taken Monday to Luveme. Minn., for Funeral, Burial CLEAR LAKE -- Funeral services for Mrs. A. B. Watson, 63, who died at her apartment at the A. B. Phillips home early Saturday morning following a long illness, were held at Ward's funeral home Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Rev. J. B. Calhoun, pastor of the Congregational church, conducted the rites. Mrs. C. A. Pease, accompanied t the piano by Mrs. Harold "hompson, sang "The Homeland" ind the Rev. Mr. Calhoun read 'Crossing the Bar" as part of the .ervice. Survived by Nephew Caroline M. Hawes was born a1 Luverne, Minn., Aug. 8, 1871, and was a teacher for many years. She was married to Mr. Watson and ived at Luverne several years be- iore coming to Clear Lake in 1931 ?oUowing his death in November 193S, she continued to reside in ^lear Lake, taking an active par in the Congregational church, the O. E. S., and the American Red "ross. Mrs. Watson is survived by a nephew, Ed Hawes, Seattle, Wash, and by two step-daughters, Mrs Herbert Horner, Hampton, anc Mrs. Jessie Murch, Long Beach Cal. Attend Lake Services Out-of-town pei-sons attendin the funeral were Mr. and Mrs Horner and Mr. and Mrs. DeLos Garrett, Hampton; Mr. and Mrs Frank Andrews, Eagle Grove; Mrs John Surballe, Gamer, and Mr and Mrs. James Nugent, Miss An jean Nugent and Atlo Grelk Mason City. Monday morning the body wa taken to Luverne, where funera services were held at 2 o'cloc with burial in the Luverne ceme tery. Mrs. Horner and her daugh ter, Mrs. Garrett, accompanied th body. Mr. Ward arranged th transportation. Dut-of-Town Relatives Attend Funeral of His. P. T. Jensen CLEAR LAKE -- Out-of-town elatives attend the funeral serves of Mrs. P. T. Jensen held at le home on North Elm street Sat- rday included a daughter, Mrs. harles B. Lord, Detroit, Mich.; a on and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. om Jensen, Des Moines; a broth- r and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Otto hristensen. Sioux City; a sister, Irs. Nina Smith, Des Moines; anther sister,- Mrs. J. L. Mathison, nd family, Buffalo Center; anther brother and his wife, Mr. nd Mrs. George Christensen, Ka- awha; Mr. Jensen's brother, J. T. ensen, and family, Clarion, and is brother-in-law and sister, Mr. nd Mrs. Amasa J- Chapman and amily. Clarion. All had returned o their homes Monday. IS INJURED IN FALL STACYVILLE--Johnny, son o Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Hemann, fe on the ice at school, suffering gash on his chin. Frederick He mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wi Hemann, has been confined to h bed the past two weeks from in juries suffered in a fall on the ic CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. C. 'A. Knutson, fourth district president, returned Sunday afternoon from Des Moines where she attended the spring board-meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs held at Des Moines last week. Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar, president o£ the general federation, was present at the board meeting on Thursday when Mrs. Knutson gave her report on the Cause and Cure of War convention attended in Washington, D. C., recently. Plans were made for the biennial club meeting to be held in Davenport the first week in May and for the General Federation council meeting to be held in San Francisco, Cal., May 8. Mrs. Knutson plans to attend both o£ these meetings, going direct from Davenport to San Francisco. At the close of the board meeting Mrs. Knutson, accompanied by Mrs. Carl Reed, Cresco. was a guest of Mrs. Lloyd Thurston, operated a grocery, store in Charles City 11 years before mov- jj| ing to Clear Lake in February, jgl 1935, where he was manager of jj| the A. and P. store for some time. On April 21, 1929, he was married to Miss Juanita Waters', at Charles City, and to them one daughter, Darlene, 9, was born. Besides his' widow and daughter, Mr. Dobbs is survived by his father, seven brothers and one sister. His mother died in May, 1937. Osceola, until Sunday. Monday--Boy Scout troop'No. 17, Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Boy Scout troop No. 30, Metho-. dist church, 7 o'clock. Sunday School Cadets, Audrey Mack, 308 North Third street. L. D. R., Mrs. Hans Vik; Caroline street, 7:30 o'clock. West District Boy Scout Tally, high school gym, 7:30 o'clock. Girl Scout troop No. 1, Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Tuesday--Girl Scout troop No. 2. Junior high school, 4:15 o'clock. Hi-Lo Bridge club,.Mrs. T. L. Sears. 408 Clara street. Tina Hebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall. 8 o'clock. U. Y. B. Card club, Mrs. Will Scherf, 221 South Second street. Physical Education demonstration, high school gym, 7:30 o'clock. Music Mothers club, Mrs. C. C. Branson. 200 East Main street. Laf-a-Lot club, Mrs. Cora Hill, 108 West Benton street. Verity Lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., Masonic temple, 7:30 o'clock. Attend Funeral LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anderson and son, Wayne, ot Kensington, Minn., came Wednes- · day evening to visit relatives here and attend the funeral o£ Mr. Anderson's mother, Mary Anderson, who died at her - hprne, in Forest^ City Tuesday evening,.·:.'-, Minneapolis Motorist Arrested for Speeding CLEAR LAKE--Stanley W. Tull, Vlinneapolis, Minn., was arrested Saturday by officers of the state 5atrol and charged with exceed- ng the speed limit in the city of Clear Lake. Mr. Tull was fined $5 and costs by C. W. Wallace, justice o£ the peace. West District Rally Scheduled at High School Gymnasium CLEAR LAKE--The west district Boy Scout rally postponed from two weeks ago was planned to be held at the high school gym at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening with presentation of Eagle Scout honors to Paul Anderson as a special feature. The public is welcome to attend this rally and parents and friends of Scouts have been especially invited. The dress rehearsal for the Physical Education demonstration scheduled for the same time was set ahead to 4 o'clock on Monday. SMITH BROS, COUGH DROPS CONTAIN VITAMIN A D I A M O N D B R O S . TUESDAY SPECIALS Boneless CODFISH 1 Pound Package . . . . . 'Tendered' PICNICS Pound *TMC Russet POTATOES Per Peek 27c Each Jumbo CELERY lOc HEAD LETTUCE 2S;........ 15c Clear Lake Congratulates-- Pease, the Clothier, who held his formal opening March 12, 1938. Dean Bernard Momson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Momson, whose first birthday anniversary was March 13. Mrs. Lynn Carter, whose birthday anniversary was March 13. Mrs. Martin Hoirup, whose birthday anniversary was March 12. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoirup, whose 23rd wedding anniversary was march 12. Peggy Ann Sorenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Walter Sorenson, whose eighth birthday anniversary was March 13. The Rev. S. M. Stenby, whose 78th birthday anniversary was March 12. Eldon Fredine Boehnke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Boehnke, Ventura, who was born March 12, 1938. ConjcrjUulitiorn items are n e w s hence they are pafe!isTved without chartf. If possible pleaxe phone yonr items to 339 the day before publication. O Just call Cadwell's . . . and your moving job w i l l be done in the shortest time possible and at reason* able cost. We have modern vans and men who know how to move y o u r piano, e I e ctric refrigerator and household goods. CADWELL TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. 'itered al Ponliat, Michigan. Prices subject to changt fnUhont notice. Transportation, state and local taxes (if any'}, optioned equipment and accessories--extra. AND ONEIf GREAT ENGINEERING MAKES POSSIBLE TBE PRICE P R I C E S R E D U C E D A S M U C K A S B E L O W L A S T Y E A R JOHN GALLAGHER, INC., 116 S. Delaware Ave. Phone laf' i

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