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MASON GiTY GLOBE-GAZETTE, -MARCH 3 H 1937 SEVEIV- ANNUITY PLAN FOR TEACHERS AIRED ON KGLO Mason City School Men Tell of Retirement Plan on Forum Broadcast. It social security is good for the majority o£ salaried employes in the nation, as deemed by the f e d e r a l government, w h y shouldn't some sort of a social security program also be instituted for the school teachers, who with agricultural workers, domestic servants and some other groups of employes are not included in · the national social security program? In a discussion on the North Iowa forum over station KGLO at 8:05 p. m. Tuesday, two Mason City school authorities pointed out that the teachers o£ Iowa weren't satisfied to be left out ot a social security program . . . and explained h o w the proposed -teacher retirement law for Iowa would provide social security for all school teachers in the state. Boyce, Kae on Forum. With H. H. Boyce, science instructor in the local high school and junior college, asking the questions, Principal James Rae of the Mason City high school explained provisions of the proposed teacher retirement plan on the Tuesday evening broadcast. It was pointed out that under provisions o£ the bill, House File No. 130, the cost of the teacher annuities is to be borne jointly by ' the individual and the state. In order to make the plan effective immediately, it would be necessary, according to Princlpa. Rae, for the state to contribute about $1,400,000 the' first year. This amount would decrease eacl: year until the plan is complete!} installed, when the state's share will be something under 3500,000 annually. Not an Experiment. It was emphasized that in mos European countries and in 27 slates in the United Slates some type of teacher retirement systems have been in successful operation for years. According to the proposed bill teachers will contribute from 4VL to B\A per cent of the salary, depending on age and sex, according to Principal Rae's remarks. Each year the stat will pay approximately one-hal of. the amount paid by the teache into the fund. These amounts wil accumulate with interest until retirement or disability removes th teacher from service. Retiremen would be optional at the age of 6 and mandatory at the age o£ 70. The bill was further explainec in part with the following ques tions and ansxvers: (Q.) Must all leacliers parliei pain? (A) Those now in service wi! have a year in which they ma elect to come under the provision of the law or nol. Those who entc the profession after the law goc into effecl will automatically com under its provisions. The secretar of the board of education will rtc duct the teacher's contributio from the monthly check, and'i'em the amount to the annuity board, board. (Q) \VIio will finance the ad ministration of the system? (A) This will be cared for b NOTE: WATCH FOR OUR ANNUAL SPRING which will be announced in Friday's Giobe- Gazeffe. NESS £o 'rade Commissioner to Sweden. Visits at Brother's Home Here Basil Dahl, Uniled Slates trade ommissioncr to Sweden, is pending his vacation at the home f his brother, O. ,T. Dahl, 616 residenl avenue ' southwest. This is the first time Mr. Dahl as visited Mason City. He is fa- liliar with the Midwest, however, eing a native of Wisconsin. For he past 10 years, Mr. Dahl lias esided at Stockholm. Mr. Dahl xpects to return to Sweden the ast o£ May or fore part of June. Hr. Dalit-will remain in Mason ity about a week. Being on leave of absence Mr. ahl said he did not wish to com- nent on European conditions at lis time. He said this was mere- his vacation trip. GIRL'S HONESTY BRINGS HER $10 William Cowan Claims $25 Found by Mason'City School Girl. Geraldine Pinta, the girl who reported to the Globe-Gazelle her find of $25 in bills, turned the money over to William Cowan, 145 Fifth slreel southwest, after :ie had proved to the satisfaction of Geraldine and her parents that lie was the person who had lost the money. Mr. Cowan presented his sincere thanks, along with 10 of the 25 dollars to Geraldine, and also pressed his gratutude to the obe-Gazette for the publicity which enabled him io locate the person who had found his money. Geraldine, 15 year old school girl, lives with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carter, at Adams avenue southwest. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGG1NS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 510 IB contribution of SI.00 per year rom each teacher member. This ill provide a sum of approxi- naiely 525,000 annually which will are fur administration.- Many teachers die or inil eacWnjr before they reach rclire- aenl age. What provision Is made or them? (A) In case of death, all accrued eposit? of the teacher, with inter- si, will be paid to the designated eneficiary, or the estate of the .eceased. Should a teacher leave tie profession before reaching re- irement age, all amounts paid in )lus interest, will be returned to im; under no conditions will the eacner, the beneficiary, or the es- ale lose any parl of his contributor. The teacher is the only one vho may receive nny part of the - - . late's deposit, and that only by I accompanied by Arnold Schilling, ·etiring after reaching the age of 1 greenhouse foreman, and Ed Rees, GO. Any unused part of the state's l ' ose grower, will leave Tluirsda FLORISTS SHORT COURSE IN AMES Mason Cityans to Attend 2 Day Event at Iowa State College. H. M. Knudson and Ray Whorley of the Kembles greenhouse, MRS, A. JOHNSON TO HEAD LEAGUE Becomes President Second Time; Other Officers Named. deposit remains in the fund to reduce the amount required to retire M teachers should they continue n a service until reaching retirement age. (Q1 Would you mind explaining low the schools will benefit oy a retirement system? (A) First, teachers who have ost their efficiency because of advancing years, or because of disability, will be replaced by younger, more alert, and better trained teachers. Second, teachers will be relieved of the worry over their unprovided for years after retirement and consequently will be able to give belter attention to their teaching. Third, with social secLirity assured for teachers, the profession will attract and hold a desirable type of teahcer; with security assured to practically every other field of employment bul nol to teachers, the schools will suffer because the thinking type of young person will choose another field for his life's work, where he will have security. morning for Ames to y atlend CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Arthur Johnson was unanimously reelected president of the Civic league al the annual open meeting held at the Congregational church Tuesday afternoon. Other officers chosen are Mrs. W. R. Kinio, vice president; Mrs. R. R. Rogers, secretary; Mrs. Forde Lee, treasurer, and Mrs. L. C. Stuart and Mrs. Henry Volstad, auditors. Members of the nominating'committee were Mrs. Sam Kennedy, Mrs. F. G, Atherton and Mrs. H. N. Halvorson. Mrs. Charles Silzer read "Joint Owners in Spain" by Alice Brown for the program. The play deals with the efforls of Mrs. Blair and Miss Dyer, inmates of an old ladies' home, to live together in peace and harmony. Mrs. Sifzer interpreled Ihe parts in a very kindly and sympathetic manner and her contribution was much appreciated by her audience. Luncheon Served. Group No. 5 of the Congrega- Cleor Lake Calendar Wednesday -- Intramural games, high school gym, 7 pi m. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion clubrooms, 7:30 p. m. Thursday--Rotary club, I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15 p. ra. Sectional basketball tournament, high school gym, 7 p. m. Lake View club, Mrs. John Perkins, North Fourth street. St. Margaret's Guild, Mrs. Wallace Drew, 319 Soulh Second slreet, 2 p. m. Rural W. C. T. U., Mrs. W. N. Hill. Sorosis club, Mrs. Joe Palmer, 108 South Oak street, 2:30 p. m. Twentieth Century club, Mrs. Forde Lee, Marion Park drive. Grant Township*'Farm Bureau, Grant No. 7, evening. DEMO DINNER PLANS MADE Victory Program Will Be Held Thursday Night at Hotel. Plans are nearing completion for the democratic victory dinner which is to be held in the Hotel Hanford Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock, according to George R, Ludeman, chairman. There will be several impromptu talks and dinner music will be furnished by Ray Krall and his four piece orchestra. Dorothy Madsen, chairman of the entertainmenl commiltee, announced the following dance acts: "Who Is That Knocking at My Door" by Mary Farmakis, "Designs in Acrobatic" by Maxinc Sutherland and Wava Isaacson, accordion solos, adagio number by Jimmy West and Dorothy Hanes, and "Barnacle Bill" by Mahala Meade. Jimmy Fleming w i l l , p l a y the accompaniments. the ninth annual commercial florists short course to be given by the horticultural deparlmcnl of Iowa State college Thursday and Friday. Representatives from every greenhouse and flower shop in the state have been invited to attend the course. Mr. Schilling is lo appear on the program in a talk on the construction of cloth houses for the growing of plants. Leading off with a special discussion on bookkeeping and accounting, the two-day schedule will feature discussions on soil preparation, use of light, irrigation healing devices, retail sales, floral designing and plant trimming. Experiments with certain varieties of flowers such as carnations, snapdragons and gladioli vill be described. While members of the Iowa tale college horticultural department and other departments will ead many o£ the discussions, a arge number of visiting speakers ave been scheduled for Ihe short course program. During the short course, the college greenhouses will be on display for inspection by visitors. Pro£. B. S. Pickett, head of the department oE horticullurei will preside at the annual dinner the evening of Thursday. Prof. E. C. Volz of .the horticultural department is in charge of. the program. DRIVE CONTINUES AMONG BUSINESS AND CIVIC BODIES tional aid served luncheon to about a very line 80 persons in attendance. Tables were decorated with candles and green napkins. Those on the commitlee were Mrs. Edward HunUing, Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, Mrs. C. F. Olsson, Mrs. William McGowan, Mrs. C. F. Crane, Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mrs. F. E. De" " ' ~ ~ B. Watson, in the fur- NAMES ROLL OF HONOR PUPILS IVhss Catharyne Chambers Gives List 6 Weeks. for Entertained W. F. M. S. BELMOND--The members of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist' church were -entertained. Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ben Hagenson with Mrs. Clyde Jennings assisting. Mrs. Ernest Slap- ley was lesson leader and Mrs. H. L. Gowdy had charge of the Mystery corner. ffntool Calomel--And You'fl Jump Out of Bed fa the Morning Hariri' to Co Thft liver BhoTllcl pour nut two ponndft ol Ittiitid hila fntoymirbowcla daily. If this hil« IB not.RoTvintrfreely, j-our fowJrlrcwin-UliKCRl 'I juit ffenya in tta boweln. G».i ti!oal» n n jour stomach. Ynii net conilipntpd. Your vrholearstcm in poisoned and you fcel'eour «unk RTid the world looks punk. I.a*jitivcfl urn only makeshifts, A merft bowel movement doein't unl nl the cause, n ffcKes those, pood, old C«rter'n Liu]* r.iver Pills to gat those two pounds of bile flow-in* fj«e]yniidmiihoyoufeel"i]pnniinp".H»rm- less, srcnlle. yet amaitnir in maVinK bile flow freely. Auk for Carter's Littlo Liver Pills by BAme. Stubbornly T*fUB« anything el*e. 25o. ,YOU CAN NOW BUY A B E A U T I F U L GRUEN WATCH I N Y E L L O W GOLD, ROUND OR BAGUETTE M O D E L S . . . U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. FORESTERS BLDG. {Continued From '» Molt and Mrs. A. Others also assisted nisliing and preparation o£ food. During the luncheon the girls' sextet from the high school sang a group of numbers. During the business session Mrs. Sam Kennedy reported for the membership committee a total of 205 paid memberships and one life membership. Mrs. Atherton reported for the rest room committee that the room is to be painted and redecorated soon. Miss Louise Clausen reported for the lake shore committee. Mrs. C. A. Knulson gave the report for the conservation committee for Mrs. A. 1. Sondrol who could not be present. Among the activities oC this committee were the planting of trees, rose bushes and bulbs afound the disposal plant, holding a plant exchange, planting of peonies and iris and otherwise caring lor the triangular park and the holding ot an indoor,. flower show a t . the August meeting. Money Raised. Mrs. H. N. Halvorson reported that the finance committee had held two rummage sales and a benefit card parly and sold a number of bulbs. The sum of $106.17 was realized through the efforts of the committee. Reporting for the welfare committee Mrs. R. B. Kennedy told of donations of money and food and of the distribution of shoes and overshoes, clothing and Christmas CLEAR LAKE--Miss Catliaryne Chambers, high school principal, has announced the honor roll for the first six weeks' period of the second semester with 23 students on Uie list. K'jlcn Lomen is the only student making the "E" list. She is in the iunior year. In the "E" and "G" list Mary Hill is the only freshman on the roll. Clare Gagnon, James Kennedy, Lelly Chase, Edith Enabnit and Lillian Peterson are sophomores listed. Bob Walker, Jeanne Beckner, Marguerite Kennedy, Helen Nealis, Marlis Osnes and Merrill Clausen .ive juniors in this group while Louisa Holt, Margaret Hughes, Marjoiie Jacobson, Marguerite Winnie and Kathryn Menvin are seniors on the list. In Ihe "G". group Maurice Kim- P. E. 0, CHOOSES NEW OFFICERS Name Mrs. Ralph Ingersol President; Initiate Candidate. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Ralph Ingersol was chosen president of the P. E. O. chapter at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Cecil Martin Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harold Thompson was chosen vice president, Mrs. R. J. Aurdal, recording secrelary; Mrs. Nita. Church, corresponding secretary; Mrs. George Frost, treasurer; Miss Ida Chick, chaplain, and Mrs. A. H. Runcie, guard. Miss Elizabeth Hughes was initiated into chapter membership during the evening and a buffet supper served. Mrs. J. C. Davenport was chairman of the supper committee and those assisting were Mrs. Runcie, Mrs. Leila Clausen, Mrs. W. W. Choale, Mrs. Martin, Miss Calharyne Chambers and Mrs. Thompson. The next meeting will be al the home of Mrs. Davenport on March 1C. £ ft ff 'rO\VNSENI OLUH HAS SOCIAL MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conwell, 210 Soulh Oak slreel, entertained members of the Townsend club at their home Tuesday evening. The business session was followed by a social hour and light refreshments. The next meeting w i l l be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox-, West State slreel, on Wednesday, March 17. Holy Family School Honor Roll Announced by Father R. P. Murphy The Rev. T!. P. Murphy, paslor, distribulcd the monthly report to ' the students of Holy Family school Tuesday. The honor roll for February includes the following students: Fourth year, Francis Weaver; third year, Patricia Hughes, Donna Melius and Gertrude Murphy; second year, Jean Phalen and Dorothy Hocraffer; first year, Charles Sernett; eighth grade, Kathryn Wagner, Lucille Dunn and Patricia Ryan; seventh grade, Mary Margaret McCarron, Robert McCann and Margaret Heidenry; sixth grade, Jettie Ann McCarron, Loreen Schmitt and William Sernett. F i f t h grade, Francis Slepilta; fourth grade, Pauline Heidenry, Patricia McCarron, Patricia Sheridan, Annell Mineart and Marianna Marek; third grade, Roberta McCarron, Isabel Zamarripa, Tim Pliaten, Rulh O'Brien, Joanne Hebel, Therese McGovem and Kalhryn Ann Hughes; second grade, Tom Burnett and Catherine Dirkson and first grade, Robert Ryan, Virginia Compbell, Sallie McCarron, Patricia Flavin, Marleen Dormedy. Robert Vim Maren, Joh'n Davey, Dorothy Frank, Beatrice McKee and Rulh Ann Sheehy bal), a sophomore, Homer Cobb and Jean Ransom, juniors, and Ora Pierce and Sunne Hein, seniors, are listed. of those who must live on with maimed bodies or minds -- those ,hat doctors rather than under- akers deal with--is more poignant than sudden death." Here the doctor produced a series of x-ray them before a plates and held lighted rack to jring home to the club the point ic was making. Dislocations, twisted and shattered bones, compressed vertebrae, fractured skulls ,vere among the pictures. The program was introduced by -ceil Maudsley, Dr. M. D. Mc- MichacI presiding in the absence of J. H. Marston. James Rae, high school principal, and Cliuidc Rour- att, DCS Moines, were guests. Plover Man Confers Third Degree on Son CLEAR LAKE--J. M. Bush, PlovW, conferred the third degree upon his son, Richard T. Bush, nl a special meeting of Verily lodge No. ?.50 A. F. and A. M. at the Masonic temple Tuesday evening. A good sized crowd attended the session and light refreshments were served at the close. George Bush, also of Plover, a brother of Richard T. Bush, was a lodge guest. baskets. Mrs. Peter Anderson reported Joseph Fink Makes Straight "A" Grade at Cornell College Joseph Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fink, Hotel Cerro Gordo, was among seven students making straight "A" grade averages for the first semester of the current school year at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, according! lo an announcement by officials Wednesday. Olher all "A" students were Mary Bacon of Willon Junction, Helen Flynn of Aurora, III., Jane McConn of Minneapolis, Richard Moore of Tipton, Marian Schal- mcycr of Chicago and Wayne Wilmarth of Whcatland. Reported Attack by Insane Patient on Attendant Probed CEDAR HAPIDS, (iP)--An investigation is being made by W. H. Bleakley, steward of the Linn county home, of a reported attack by an insane patient on Ralph Wilhelm, attendant at the home, resulting in Wilhelm's suffering a fracture of the left leg. Bleakley said according to one version he had obtained, the patient, a man about GO years old, sudclently became violent and attacked Wilhelm with a knife while the attendant was working in the insane ward Tuesday evening. It atlcmpting to defend himself, Wilhclm fell, and the man then jumped on him, stamping Wilhetm with his feet p n d causing the fracture, Bleakley said. that the recreation committee had sponsored the tennis courts during the past season and had caretakers in charge of them. The committee hopes lo have permanent courls and a skating rink al some future dale. The women of the league volcd to conlribule $10 to the m i l k ' f u n d sponsored by the P. T. A. To Be Announced. Mrs. Johnson thanked the league members for their loyal support during the past year and requested the same co-operation in the coming year. Mrs. Johnson also slated t h a t the committees for the year would be announced at a later dale. The meeting and program were in charge of the w e l f a r e commit- lee of which Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. F. C. DcBruyn and Miss Cynthia Taylor are members. Leave For West. CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Weston, who have been living on a farm south of Clear Lake, plan to leave Thursday morning for iheir old home al Seattle. Wasn. Their place has been sold and 8colt Rule, who has rented it, movrd in March 1. The Westons will drive lo Seattle. Lake Students Win 2 Firsts at Plymouth Sub-County Contest CLEAR LAKE--Miss Louise Holt, speaking "Traitors at the Bar" and Miss Helen Lomcn reading "Peasant Wit" took first places in oratorical and dramatic readings respectively at the sub-county declamatory contest held at Plymouth Tuesday evening. Mies Barbara Rulan, with "The Yanks Are Coming" took second placu in Hie humorous division Second place in oratorical went to Plymouth and second in dramatic to Ventura. Ventura took 'firs : in humorous. Miss lloll and Miss Lomcn wil enter the final county contest a Thornton next Tuesday night. Th next round in the slate conies will be held at Clear Lake Marcl 16 at which time B i l l Kennedy Miss SumiE Hcin and Miss Mar guerile Winnie, who look firsts ii the home contest last week, wil compete. Clear Lake Briefs House for sale or rent. Ph. 528.f. TIME CUT FOR 6ILLS IN HOUSE ive Day Recess Has Effect m Addition to Record Scrambling. DES MOINES, (/P)--Action by he Iowa house last Thursday in aking a five day spring recess, lad its effecl elsewhere lhan in a cramblcd record. By so acting the house cut short Is period of bill introduction, and ipon resumption of. legislative cf- "ort today the lower branch had only until next Monday or Tuesday night lo fill ils hoppers. Had the house been in agrec- nent with the senate on the recess, members explained loday, Ihc situation would have been ivoided. However to avoid a con- 'lict w i t h the constitution which iraits independent recesses of ci- Lher branch lo three days, house- leaders found it necessary to call dummy sessions during the interim. Thus two legislative days were writlcn off. Ihe inlroductory period. House rules provide that no bills may be introduced after the seventh legislatiye dpy in March except appropriation proposals and committee measures. If Ihe house should meet SalmxUiy the bill period would end Monday night or Tuesday night if the Saturday session is skipped. The lower chamber file today included 273 proposals, many less than for the same period hvo years ago. The senate' file at the same time had increased lo 236, but it has until the 12th legislative day in March to complete ils file. SWIFT OPENING ICE CREAM UNIT Installation" of Equipment Taking Place, Says Manager Cagney. Swift and company will open an ice cream manufacturing plant as a section of its Focal dairy and poultry plant in the near future, C. E. Cagley, manager, announced Tuesday. Installation 'of equipment has already begun. The announcement means that Mason City will become a distributing point for Swift's ice cream, one of the newest products of the Swift food organization. It b e c a m e nationally known when it was featured at the Chicago World's fair in 1033 and 1934. Us popularity since then has brought rapid expansion of manufacturing facilities in the mid- west, south and southwest, with other sections expected to follow. The company's Mason City plant is located at 820 Delasvare avenue southeast, where it maintains a daily cash market for sweet cream. Purchase of additional sweet cream and also whole milk will result from the now activity. Refrigerated delivery trucks will soon be added to present transportation facilities and the company expects to have these n service In Mason City and surrounding territory in the near future. "Expansion oC our facilities here is a definite indorsement of Mason City as n growing business center," Mr. Cagley said. "Swift and company has confidence in this section from the standpoint o£ botli business and agriculture. We are in a position, through our nationwide marketing system and steadily growing consumer acceotnnco of our nationally advertised food products, to bring the benefits (it national demand to the Mason City market." A I Kites in Moliue. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. .T. P. Nelson and the hitter's father, M. F. Way, drove to Molinc, III., Monday to attend the funeral of a relative. Leaves for Rock Island. BR1TT--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swan look her mother, Mrs. W. Swan, to Nora Junction Tuesday where she boarded a train for Rock Island, ill. She will visit relatives there before returning lo her home at Morning Sun. Red Cross Nurse to Organize Class for Home Hygiene Work CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Mildred j Johnson, Ccrro Gorclo county Red Cross nurse, is organizing a class in home hygiene for Clear Lake. The. first meeting will be held in room 12 of the junior high school building on Friday from 2 lo 4 p. m. The course, which includes 24 Mrs. Gertrude Becker is siiciul- hours of work, is available, free To Have Audition. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Zilphy Long, East Main street, is h a v i n g an oudition over KGLO at Mason City Thursday evening on the !):30 o'clock program. Miss Long, who has appeared a n u m b e r of times before Clear Lake audiences, will whistle "Huitioresque." Kraschel Gets Bill for E l e c t i o n Wager With 12 Year Old Son DES MO1NES, r/P|--Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel has received H bill addressed to "Kraschel Co." It asked payment of a $65 election bet, came from the governor's youngest son, Jim, 12, who is finishing his school year at Harlan, and staled: "Please pay. Do you think I'm made of money?." "Jim wanted a movie camera," the governor explained. "So he offered la bet me I'd be elected governor. "I guess I must have taken him up. "Pay il? Yes," the governor chuckled, "but maybe I should wait a little so he won'l get the idea I'm made of money." ing a few days in Rochester, Minn., where she is staying at the Zumbro hotel. Thurs. Bush's cookies Idc cloz. Mr. and Mrs. John Bca! and family have moved from the Mrs, Alice Gentry farm to the Herriman house on East Main street. For Kent: Four room f u r n i s h e d apnrtmenl. Ph. 4)2.1. Mrs. Charles Palmelcr, Mason of charge, to all persons interested. Upon completion of the course, a certificate will be awarded each person t a k i n g the work. Mrs. Johnson who has given this course in other towns in the county, stales thai she believes much benefit and pleasure may be derived from it. The Cerro Goi'clo chapter of the American J!cd Cross sponsors the nursing program and the home hygiene City, spent Tuesday afternoon w i t h I clnss s o n c phase of this work. Mrs. Ira Jones. Mrs. Jones is improving from her recent illness. New spring- hats $1.9.1 to §1.95. Nichols Shop. !Wr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp of Charles City spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Joi'genson, North Ccnlor slreel. Mr. Sharp is a cousin of Mrs. Jor- gcnson. ' Have youi- Diamonds reset in modern mounting. Use the old gold value o[ your present mounting for pail payment. WATCHES DIAMONDS No, dear reader, it isn'j an Earthquake -- she simply needs Returns From California. HANSELL--Richard Saviclgc returned home from C a l i f o r n i a fitter spending Ihe winter with his sisters, Laura and Alice, and brother, Webb. Kollins silk hose 79c anil SI.15. Nichols Shop. Junior Fcilcralion club scheduled lo mecl Thursday evening with Miss Anil a Chizek has been postponed u n t i l Thursday, March 11. Genuine i m p o r t e d Ar sweaters Sl.n, r . Nichols Shop. iMr. and Mrs. John KIsncr ami family have moved from Ventura lo Ihe Mrs. Alice Gentry farm on highway No. 18 cast of Clear Lake. J. M. Bush and son, George, Plover, were guests Wednesday at the home of MY. and Mrs. Richard T. Bush, 304 South Third street. HIr. ami Mrs. C. K. Ilopson moved Saturday from Mason City to 200 South Fourth street where they expect to make their permanent home. Mr. Hopson is a cable splicer for the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. A daughter wclffliincr c i c h t pounds was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosenau at their home northwest of Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson and three sons returned recently from San Antonio, Texas, where Mr. Anderson attended a convention of general contractors. They spent several days in the Rio Grande valley and w e n t over i n t o F. W. Vorhies Will Talk to Rotanans CLEAR LAKE--F. W. Vorhies, chairman of Hie mcmbei'sbip d r i v e of Ihc Corro Gordo Safely council, j w i l l be guest speaker nl Ihe luncheon of the Rotary club at J. O. O F. hall Thursday noon. The aims and mechanics of the organization will be set forth by Mr. Vorliics as well as the procedure for o b t a i n i n g membership. I N r C O M K T A X I f you need any help, call on thi.-; office. N o m i n a l charges. II . H . Hi. 30 or 671) C! R A N E Clear Lake, la. old Mexico. The trip nu'irlc by auto and I h c Andersons enjoyed a very fine lime. 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