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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, MARCH 14. 1D39 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette L U C I A E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 U you QO not receive your papei call 239: al'.M 6 p. m. call 513-W Deadline for Locals, ciassilltd. and display ads Is U a. m.. daily. Thealie pase deadline U 5 p. m. at ttiÂ« day befoitt publication. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W Clear Lake Briefs Mrs. Carl Bolileu and daughter, Priscilla, spent Sunday at Alexander where they attended confirmation services in which Harold committee. COMMISSION TO STOCK STREAMS 80,000 Rainbow Brook Trout to Be Placed in Streams CLEAR LAKE--Slocking of the state's 24 trout streams with adult trout by the state conservation commission is to begin very soon according to a news release by J. Z. Stevens, state conservation officer, Tuesday. The work has been delayed some by recent storms but stocking is scheduled to begin in time to provide plenty of trout for the opening date, April 1. Approximately 80,000 adult trout will be distributed this season. The majority will be rainbow 01 brown trout but some brook trou' will be included. Season Opens April 1 Until a change is made by the legislature now in session, the season will open at 5 o'clock the morning of April 1 and fishing will be permitted from one' hour before sunrise until 9 o'clock in \the evening after the opening day. Trout streams are found in the following counties. The name of the town nearest the stream listed for identification purposes: Allamakee--French and Waterloo creeks, Waukon; Hickory Creek, Luana; Clear creek, Lansing, and Wexford creek, -Wexford. At Strawberry Point Clayton--Elk creek, Edgewood: Bloody Run, McGregor: Buck creek, Garnavillo, and Kleinlein creek, Strawberry Point. Delawan ( S p r i n g Branch) Strawberry Point. Dubuque--Boge pond, Dyersville: Swiss Valley creek, Dubuque. Howard c o u n t y -- Cheahak creek. Cresco. Jackson county--Dalton Lake, Preston: Little Mill and Big Mill creeks. Bellevue and Brush cheek, Maquoketa. Jones--Farm creek. Cascade. Reaches Boy Scout Goal CLEAR LAKE--Paul Anderson, son of Jlr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson, 405 Norih Fifth street, is seen receiving the Eagle Scout emblem Irom his mother at the high school gymnasium Monday eve- nine as the culmination or a ceremonial in which he received the rank of Eagle Scout, the ffoal of all Boy Scout members. His father stood by anfl both parents promised their assistance in helping Paul to carry out the pledges iaken. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving.) Paul Anderson Receives Ranking as Eagle Scout Three Troops Vie in - Contests Held at High School Gymnasium LOWERS, SOIL ARE DISCUSSED Mrs. A. H. Skellinger Tells Library Reading Club of Methods CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. A. H. Skellinger presented a discussion on the preparation of soil for flowers and told about the care and habits ot most of the popular flowers grown in this locality each month from spring till fall for the program of the Library Reading club which met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. J. Kutschara with 17 members present. The talk was followed by discussion ot questions asked by members, forming an interesting and instructive program. Mrs. John V. Bolming gave the fifth chapter of tlie club's serial story, "The Change," and at the close Mrs. Skellinger gave each member and budding French mi:., n. E. Mallory will en- . ... tertain March 27 with Mrs. G. E.l,i "1? Ed Hensel, Mrs. Bohlen's nephew, was confirmed. Lakeside Bible study will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Missionary prizes awarded. Mrs. Charles Luick and Mrs. Carl Johannessen are co-chairmen of the dinner Sirs. K. A. Winkle and son, I Ralph Allan, were dismissed from j Mercy hospital, Mason City, Sun- i day and are now at their home! on Washington street. ! Through an oversight, Herbic j Barlow and Kimball Win School Vote Elected to Board, Succeed Robbins and Anderson competing candidates foe the two vacated offices, polled 199 and 243 votes respectively. Two votes were written in for Roscoe Miller. Six ballots were spoiled. The school board's personnel now includes H. E. Freeman, Mrs. Sam Kennedy and Mrs. Edward Huntting besides the newly elected members. L. W. Freeman is treasurer and Ralph Ingersoll, clerk. George Wolfe will conduct the les- Holmes and his orchestra were an- C - I V A R T AKP Fr-mb son and everyone interested is in- j nounced Monday to_appear at the' C.L6.AK LAK.L--Hank vited to attend. Girl Scout troop No. 1 held a brief session Monday evening and adjourned to attend the Boy Scout rally at the high gym. 1 Surf ballroom on Friday, March 24. The correct date is Tuesday, March 21. Elec. pump service, well repair I school ! and drilling. Art Butts. Ph. 224-W.' Past Noble Grands club will The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas B. Collins plan to go to Thornton Wednesday to attend the monthly- meeting of the Methodist ministers of this sub-district. Unfurn. apt. for rent. Call 307. A. C. Sater, who lias been very ill with n throat infection, was somewhat better Tuesday morning. Cerro Gordo Rurn.l \V. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Ira Shields Thursday with o covered dish luncheon at noon. Mrs. G. O. Sanderson will be in charge of the program and subscriptions to the Union Signal will be taken. meet Friday evening at 1. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Henry Curvo giving a history of the f. O. O. F. homes. Mrs. E. K. Green and Mrs. Hattie Stork will lead in the study o f j the constitution and bylaws. Mrs. C. A. Comstock, Mrs. James Bailey and Mrs. Clarence Peterson will serve. Roller Skating, armory tonight (Tuesday), Balloon Derby skate. Rotary club will meet Thursday evening for dinner at the Congregational church with Mason City Hotary club members as guests. The visitors will provide the program. and Floyd Kimball were elected 1 [7 to the school board Monday in the j city election. Succeeding Peter Anderson, retiring board president, and Ray Robbins, Barlow polled 375 votes and Kimball 305 out of a total 555 ballots cast. In the last school election more than 800 went to the polls. E. E. Butz and E. E. Ludvvig, a potted marigold. Mrs. A. Gus Ileiurich will begin work j airs. George Jamison will ciiter- CLEAR LAKE--Paul Anderson received the rank of Eagle Scout and Boy Scout troop No. 17 of Clear Lake ranked highest in the contests held in connection with the west district Boy Scout rally held at the high school gym Monday evening. A large group of youthful friends as well as many parents and other adults witnessed the ceremonies and con- j tests. j The Eagle ceremony was con- | ducted by a team of six Eagle Scouts, Keith Neal, Bob Clausen and John Siesseger, troop 17 T Clear Lake, and Murray Lawson. MRS C.C, ROSS BURIED AT LAKE Survived by Parents, Thvee Children, Two Sisters CLEAR LAKE -- Funeral vices for Mrs. C. C. Ross, 52. who Pimke giving a book review for the lesson and Mrs. Green the final chapter of the story. * * * WRONG WAY" PARTY HELD BY CADETS Taking their theme from the story of "Wrong Way" Corrigan, famed Irishman who [lew the Atlantic when he thought he was going west, the girls of the Sunday School Cadets group held a backward event at the home of Miss Audrey Mack Monday evening. Everything was done wrong. The ice cream was served first at dinner, the table was set incorrectly, odd utensils were used and wraps were donned backwards. | The girls decided to hold a cour- I lesy in May for their mothers and . 1 Phyllis Rickard and Audrey Mack were appointed the planning corn- for Otto B. Peterson at his service station Wednesday morning. Mr. Heinrich, who has been employed at DeBruyn's Super-Service sta- 'tion for the past nine years, resigned there Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest. Nelson, Burchinal, spent Sunday afternoon home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster. Mrs. E. F. Lilly will entertain St. Mary's circle of the Catholic aid at her home Wednesday afternoon. tain the Do Your Bit club at a courtesy meeting at her home Thursday. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. Mrs. Roger Nelson will be hostess to the Lake View club at a postponed meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Perkins is Mrs. O. J. King and daughter, Bettj, have been ill with f l u since Sunday. Cerro Gordo rural \V. C, T. U. will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ira Shieldson on the Grant j ' assisting hostess and Mrs. Lyle Stevens is lesson leader. See the Shae, Big Apple, Susie- Q performed on Wed., Thurs., Fri.. Sat. at Clear Lake Golf club by a former sheep wrestler, Bill Furrow, and Mary Gammel, teamed recently ;it Billy Hose's Casa Ma- nann on Broadway and in Warnei Brothers' movie shorts. They're time! John \V. Cole for a postponed meeting. Crescent club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Huntting with Mrs. J. C. Davenport leading the lesson. Mrs. John Ashland will entertain Priscilla circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at her home Thursday afternoon. I thank the voters for their sup-' port in the school election and will do my best to deserve their confidence. Frank Barlow. Twentieth Century club will hold a luncheon at the home of Mrs. H. H. Crane Thursday afternoon. Mesdames F. P. Walker, T. E. Sondrol, C. A. Knutson, H. E. Freeman, Guy Wisgerhoff and Crane are the committee and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn will lead the lesson on "The Country Kitchen." Knights of Pythias will meet in regular session at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Sirs. August BHker will entertain the Linger Longer club at her DRAGS YOU DOWN Don't let common constipation rob you of vitality and vigorl When bowels don't work right, the trouble often Jics in what you eai; you don't get enough "bulk," Such common foods as meat, white bread, potatoes are so completely consumed in the body that they fail to supply the bulky mass that helps normal bowel movement. So eat crisp, crunchy Kellogg's ALL-BRAN for breakfast. This wholesome ready-to- eat cereal haa just the l bulk"-forrmng properties you may need. Eat it with milk cr cream every day, drink plenty of water, and see what a difference "regular" habits can make in your life- Made by KellogE*3 in Battle Creek. THROW IT OFF WITH Center ro;id for an all day meet- Catholic Ladies aid will meet Sn ing. A picnic luncheon will be ! the parlors of St. Patrick's church served at noon and a program 1 Thursday afternoon. The date ot given. I tlie aid lias been changed to the Rebekah Social circle will meet third Thursday of each month. at the 1. O. O. F. hall at 2:30 Pythian Sisters will meet Thurs wish to thank the voters for supporting me in the school board died at a Mason City hospital Friday evening following mittee. Ten persons, including Mrs. Carl Ashby, teacher, and an attack j Mrs. Earl Mack, were present. The next meeting will be April 10. of pneumonia, were held at the Methodist church Tuesday after- j ^ jj p HOLDS noon following a brief prayer ser- ] MARCH LESSON Bluff ton. ville; Trout river, Trout Run and Twin Springs creeks, Decorah. Clear Lake Congratulate*---~f- 1 - Mrl'arid Mrs. Ehher : Treloar, who were married March 14. 1917. Peter Jorgenson, whose eighty- seventh birthday anniversary was March 14. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elting. who were married March 14. 1917. - Mrs. Cora Hill, whose birthday anniversary was March 14. Francis Leroy Bolding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holding, who was bom March 14, 1038. Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Leonard, Ventura, whose forty-fifth wedding anniversary was March 14. Beverly Hi!], daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, who, was 5 years old March 14. Miss Bernice Osnes whose fourteenth birthday anniversary was March 14. the Scout insignia was explained and the Eagle Scout oath administered. Peter Anderson, Paul's father, and Merle Grodland, Scoutmaster of troop No. 17, were invited^to the floor and Earle K. Behrend, Mason City, Boy Scout executive of Boy Scouts of America, made the presentation. Later Mrs. Anderson joined them in the ceremonies and received the Eagle Scout mother's pin from her son's hands. i Three Troops Participate Three troops participated in the contests. In Morse signaling No. 17, Clear Lake, rated B and troop 30, Clear Lake, and 19. Garner. C. In bugling they rated A, D and A respectively. In semaphone signaling troop 17 was rated A and 30, pastor, jme, 400 North Elm :lock. Thomas B. Collins, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. Ward's funeral home made the arrangements. Pallbearers were Sol Ott, Harlan Ott, Will Rich, L. S. Sherman, J. C. Davenport and Ray Baker. A quartet composed of F r e d Martin, William Madsen, Willis Miller and Roy Hoit sang "Softly and Tenderly" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Mrs. Harry Mason was at the organ. Anna DeBoer was born Oct. 21. 1886, near Aplington. Grundy county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claus DeBoer. She attended the rural school'until she was 9 years old when the famili moved to Aplington and she tin- B.~ while both rated A in fire by j "shed her school work there, friction and in knot tying. ! Feb. 2o, 1913, she was married In fire by steel troop 17 ranked i tÂ° Chester C. Ross and tney hvec B and 30, A. while all three took in Waterloo 13 years before coma D in the undress, dress relays, i ing to Clear Lake where Mr. Ross In tower building both 17 and 30 i died May 23. 1936. An infant Miss Audrey Jacobson spoke on Self Denial'' for the lesson of the Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation who met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Hans Vik with Miss Dagney Hoirup as hostess. Miss Edith Argall led devotions, Mrs. Rex Westcott gave the topic of the month and Miss Hutli Elaine Jensen gave the news bulletin. Refreshments w e r e served. Miss Connie Axelson will entertain nt the Jens Wind home in April. J, H, WOODSTOCK DIES AT HOME Funeral Planned at Methodist Church Wednesday al 2:30 they are published without cbarjc. If Â· possible please phone your ilems to C.W tbt day before publication, GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules Fine for Sluggish Kidneys and i -l u TM m ' N J**? n '. l ~: n ni.JJ^ i,,!!.,*;,,,; j Johnny Millard. 19. ng rated A and 19 B. Ill the summary of all events troop 17 was rated A, No. 30, B, and No. 19 C. In the contests S. P. Hanson, assistant Scoutmaster for troop No. 17. was in charge, Supt. T. G. Burns was scorekeeper. John Siesseger and Bob Clausen, timers, CLEAR LAKE--Funeral sevv- daughter also preceded her in j j ces r 01 . J. H. Woodstock, 88, who death. I jj e d at his home, 418 South Sec- Mrs. Ross was a member of tlie | onc j street, at midnight Tuesday and the judges. troop committeemen, Second class awards were presented Lake. Bladder Irritation by .Tames Ransom, Clear troop committeeman, to Clear Lake. Garner, and Buddy Goransnn. 3D. Clear Lake. church since early childhood, taking an active part in the Sunday 'school and aid society, being president of the Women's Foreign Missionary society at the time of her death. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Robert Netzer, Mason City, and two sons, Howard and Wayne, at home; her parents, who now live at Waterloo; two sisters, of the frailties of age, will be held at the Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday a f t e r n o o n . Williams funeral home is making the arrangements and burial will be in Clear Lake cemetery. At the fiftieth anniversary the founding of Chivalric lodge No. 82, Knights of Pythias, May 20, 1D37. Mr. Woodstock was presented a life membership in the order for continuous membership STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS ( Present merit Badges James McCormick. Clear Lake, i Bobby and Jcanine Netzer. cent box oi these famous cap-' l . ro Â°P . committeeman. presented One sules should help put more healthy activity into your Kidneys and bladder--. flush out harmful cxcc55 ivastc poisons and acid and prove to you that at last you have a jrrand safe and harmless diuretic and stimulant that u-ill start at once to relieve these troubles. But be sure and get GOLD MED AX, Haarlem Oil Capsules--safe and harmless ---the original and genuine-- right from Haarlem in Holland. Millions have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it--some symptoms besides visits to bathroom at night may be backache, moisl palms, puffy eyes and scanty passage that oftttmcs smarts and burns. Diamond Bros. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS BULK OATMEAL 25c Pounds FARINA Pounds 25c FANCY DATES Pounds 25c DRIED PEACHES Pounds 25c No. APPLE BUTTER 10 *Â£* 55C first class awards to George Han- i son, Dick Hughes and Bill Mar-1 tin. all of troop 17. Clear Lake. S. P. Hansen presented fir.st class merit badges as follows: Paul Anderson. 17. Clear Lake, cooking, pioneering, .civics, camping, bird study, life saving, swimming and scholarship: Eugene Christenson. 17. first' aid; Roger Brickson, 17. scholarship, machinery and saf- et} r ; Lawrence Frederickson. 17. safety; Dick Hughes. Crosby Ingersoll and J. J. McCormick, 17, athletics: Bobby Jensen. 17. scholarship, machinery and saferv: Allen Wind. 17, first aid. safety, scholarship and machinery; James Buck. 30, Clear Lake, reading, civics, woodwork and siamp col- Mrs. C. E. Waudby. Buffalo, N. Y.: and Mrs. Charles Liapple. for 50 years. At that time he \vas Ackley. and two grandchildren, j y le oldest living member of the j | order in Clear Lake, having re-] i ccived his Pythian ranks in Iowa ! ICity. June "l9, 1874. He joined j ! Chivalric lodge Feb. 1, 1888. He | i also was a member of the First' : Methodist church of Clear Lake j \ and served as superintendent of ] ! the Sunday school. ' ! For many years Mr. Woodstock j i operated a jewelry store in Clear i Lake, selling his business about 1 j 21 years ,ago. He then retired al-i ' '.hough he was active about the ' i home and came uptown frequent] ly until recently. He had been 'IT. JOHNSON IS DEAD AT LAKE Succumbs Early Tuesday Following Extended Illness day evening at 1. O. O. F. hall. In- o'clock Friday afternoon for the itiation will be held. St. Margaret's guild ivill meet last of the series of card parties which the group has been holding. Thursday at the home of Mrs. our hst friend should ago -- a n d t h a t i h e v b u y worlds more in self-banking Knee-Action, 1 landishift transmission, 15?o softer BuiCoii Springing, visibility stepped up as much as 412 square inches, any number of so-called "extras" such as the Flash-Way direction signal? CLEAR LAKE--Theodore Johnson, 59. died at his home on the James Peterson place just north of Clear Lake at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday morning following an extended illness. He had spent many weeks in hospitals but had hcon . .. , -^ i i m, n WeCivS [It I I U M J I U U ^ U U L II ha rii "ft Pa - Th "?P 50n -3Â°- at home the past month, hand ciaft. mustc and public; Mr . Johnson is survivci confined to his bed a week. Mr. Woodstock is survived by his widow: a son, Lewis Woodstock of Minneapolis, and two grandchildren. Rose Marie and Jane Woodstock. Another son. Everett Woodstock, died many | health. Merle Grodland was in charge , i, orn e of the opening ceremonies, flag i tri..:,,^ raising and salute and Scout-} master Schulte. Garner, closed the ', session with the Scout oath and by his ; widow and one son. Kennetii. ;u years ago. ; He was : ; Woodstock. isc BecU. death by 8 . H e Spring Arrives in Clear Lake With Robins, Blackbirds CLEAR LAKE-- Robins, a sure sign of spring, arrived in Clear Lake Monday afternoon and have been reported from all corners of the town. Mrs. Fred Kimball, South Third street, got her report in first Tuesday morning, stating that not only robins but blackbirds were plentiful in her yard j as yet been made. The body i ; Ward;s undertaking parlors. Second street, reported seeing a number of robins in his yard as did Mrs. Carl Bohlen, 212 Orchard avenue, who saw some Saturday and a number were in evidence Tuesday morning. Harold D. Cone, 614 South Fourth street, saw several robins and red-wing blackbirds in his yard Monday evening brother of Everett j wholesale jeweler Â· i\ ,". 1 i of Kansas City, and in his early 'Â· 1-ll !!' c " ! life traveled from Iowa City as a | , v | a ~ i salesman for the firm, entering] MC i t i i e retail business in Cteai- in 1890. The son, Lewis, is here i Mrs. Woodstock's sister. Mrs. [ i Frank Jones. Sioux Falls, S. Dak., i was expected to arrive Tuesday evening. at W li'KE talking aboutthat friend of yours who owns a 19.19 Buick-You've heard p l e n t y from h i m , naturally, about the fresh-as-lhe- morning-breeze styling of his taut and trim new Buick--and the way it perks abody up just to look it over! You've listened while he sang ihc praise of a ride that's like a lullaby --soft and gentle as a tender touch, but sure, unwavering, steady, in cross-wind or at speed. No doubt you've sensed his joy at those eight eager Dynailash cylinders, that need only the and Tuesday. CALLED BY DEATH HARKNESS-STEAVART BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. Albert Sleper, Jr., received word of the marriage of her brother, Merrill Harkness, who is attending the University at Iowa City, and Miss Loa Jean Stewart of Washington, which took place on March 5, 1938. Mr. Harkness is t h e son of ** Harkness of Buf- , falo Ccnter Mrs Harkness is a Â· LIME SPRINGS -- Supt. and Â· graduate of the Washington Jun- and that she saw a flock of ducks) Mrs. Abner Hendrickson are in ; ior college and was a student at flying toward the lake Monday j Watervillc called there by the j Ames for a year and a half. They evening. B. C. Myhr. 313 North death of Mr. Hcnririckson's father, are at home at Iowa City. No OTHER CAD IN THE WOULD HftS All. THESU FEATURES 4, 'DYNAFIASK V A I V E - I N - H E A D ST8A1OKI- E10HT ENGINE * BUICOII TOUQUE-f ZEE SPRINGING * GREATEH VISIUUTY * HANDI5HIFT 1RANSM1SS10N * ROOM1EH UN1STEEI Â»ODr Â»T FISHER ir TORQUE-TUBE BKIVE * tlPIOE HYDRAULIC BRAKES * CXOWN 5?X1NC ClUTCH + "CA1WAIK-COOUNO" * OPTIONAL R E A R AXlÂ£ GEAR RATIOS * FLASH-WAT DIRECTION SIGNAL * SCIF-Â»ANK1NC KNEE-ACTION FRONT gentlest sort of hint to hike you straight to the forefront -- and i h e s n u g a n d r e a s s u r i n g s t e a d i n e s s of this l o w - s w u n g , stable stepper's gait! All of which is well and good, and not to be disputed. But has your good friend told you this: . . . That Buick's prices are easily the lowest prices for the value you'll find anywhere on automobile row? . . . That this far-ranging greathearted eight--with all the skylarking life those extra cylinders give it --still costs less than some sixes? ... That factory list figures run a n y where from 551 10 S1021ess than a year If he hasn't told you this, it's plainly time to do this: Get dollars-and-cents figures on whnt the model of your choice will cost delivered in your driveway'! That will (prove, we t h i n k , that Buick's the cur and the value of the year. And we're certain-sure it will tell you what your best friend may have forgotten --this shining star is in your reach, so why should you be without il? etter hull *-^ BIRUM-OLSON CO. MASON CITY, IOWA 3 J 6 NORTH FEDERAL AVE.