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IOWA WOMAN FATALLY BURNED Dies While Mother, 1.04, Sleeps Unharmed in Adjoining Room' FORT DODGE, #Â·)_Mrs. Ottie Green, 82, was burned to death in her home at Otho, near here, Wednesday night while her mother, Mrs. Wealthy Weaver, 104, one of Iowa's oldest residents, slept in an adjoining room unaware of her daughter's death. Mrs. Green's charred body was found on the kitchen floor by Arthur Johnson, a lodger in the house, when he returned home during the evening. He found Mrs. Weaver asleep and unharmed. It is believed that Mrs. Green was attempting to start a fire in the living room stove when her clothing became ignited. The only damage to the house was a scorched door and burned rug. Swine Herd Meeting at Garner Attended by 100 From Hancock GARNER--One hundred farmers from all parts of Hancock county attended a meeting dealing with swineherd improvement held here Monday under direction of County Agent T. C. Petersen. In charge of instructions were Dr. W. K. Stouder and E. L. Quaife of the Iowa State college extension service. The meeting was postponed some time' ago because of bad weather. Meeting of Fenton Woman's Club Held FENTON-- The .Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. J. Frank. Assisting hostess Smith. was Mrs. J. A. G. . A paper on "Iowa Fish Hatcheries and the Waterfowl Program" was given by Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. Hostesses for the April meeting are Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. A. H. Meyers. Clear Lake Congratulates-Ardis Ouverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Ouverson, whose ninth birthday anniversary was March 16. Marie Bell Giles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Giles, whose second birthday anniversary was March 16. Charles Rickard, whose birthday anniversary was March 16. Mrs. J. R. Christie, whose birthday anniversary was March 16. ConiratnlalJom items Â· are- news fctnce .tfteyarc pubiishtd without ehÂ»rte. It Â·possible please phone- your Items to S.73 : Â· - ' the aur bcfqre. oubllcaiion. DIAMONDS and Ring Mountings Reuter Mfg. Jeweler S'A East State. Upstairs--Save MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazett THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 LUCIA E. O'NEIL', News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 U you oo not receive your papet calJ 233' after 6 p. m. call S13-\V Deadline (or locals, classified. Â»nÂ« \splay ads Is 11 a. m.. dally. Theatte rase deadline lj 6 p. m, of Hit day before publication. GIVES REPORT ON CONVENTION Mrs. C. A. Knutson Tells W.C.T.U. of Cause, Cure of War TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W A. the CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. C. Knutson gave a report on ,.,, "Cause and Cure of War" convention which she recently attended in Washington, D. C., for the program of the W. C. T. U., which met at the home of Mrs. E. E. Chappell Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. A. Pease, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harold Thompson, sang "E'en as a Flower" and "A Legend" and Mrs. Chappell led devotions. Mrs. D. H. Culver and Mrs. Harry Mason were assisting hostesses and refreshments were served. Mrs. Sam Sorenson will entertain April ID. * * * WIN PRIZES AT O. E. S. SOCIAL HOUR Mrs. H. W. Knulson and Mrs. Peter Knutson won prizes in bridge and Mrs. Joy Miller in Chinese checkers at the social hour held Wednesday .evening at the close oÂ£ Eastern Star chapter meeting at Masonic temple. Dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock by Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. T. E .Sondrol, Mr and Mrs. E. B. Stillman, Mr. aria Mrs. Frank Rich, Mrs. Veneta Beckner, Dr N. W. Phillips, Mrs. Carl Ashby and Mrs. Mary Wood. Mrs. James Bailey and Mrs. John Perkins were in charge oÂ£ the social hour. A basket social dinner will be held at the temple Friday evening tor Masons and Eastern Stars. Mr., Mrs. G. Long Will Celebrate 35th Anniversary March 17 CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. George M. Long, who live south oÂ£ Emery in Lake township will observe their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary on Friday, March 17. On Sunday they will be honored at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hollenbeck, at a family dinner which all of the children and grandchildren plan to attend. George M. Long and Miss Laura Mae Millard were married March 17, 1904, by the Rev. George Fort at the Methodist parsonage in Clear Lake. They began farming m Lake township, one and a half miles from their present location where they have resided 24 years. Their son, Lawrence, now lives upon the original homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Long have one son, six daughters and 11 grandchildren, all living in the vicinity oÂ£ Clear Lake. LOOKING FOR TOP ALLOWANCE ON YOUR CAR? BRING IT TO US! s ready to give you a record-breaking deal on your old car. Why? Because we simply have to get our hands on more used cars, especially Fords Plymouth*, Chevrolet, Hudsons and Hudson Terra- planes. That means we'll go the limit on trade-in allowances. Get in your car, and come see us. You'll never have a better chance to save money on a new, safer Hudson. And remember the bit news' PRIPFÂ«: NOW START AT $695, delivered In Decrok equipped to drive, state tax, if any, extra. LAPINER MOTOR CO. 125 South Delaware Phone 1182 Moson City, Iowa SAVE MORE WITH A faftef WASHER MODELS AS LOW AS AT FACTORY LOW EASY TERMS - FREE TRIAL YOUR CLOTHES AT HOME LAUNDER Safer--Clothes Last Longer- More Economical Cerro Gordo Maytag Skelgas Co. Win Fame on Jance Floor MISS BARBETTE LEADS IN TALKS CLEAK iAKB-This is the story of Bill Furrow and Mary Gam- rncll (above), appearing Thursday, Friday ana Saturday night at the Clear take Go!r club. Bill used to butcher sheep at the Iowa Packing- company in DCS Moines. One nig;ht he took Mary Gammell n'ff PI g "f' r a S ^ aff tourna TM e "t "I Rivcrvlcw park sponsored by Rita Rio for Look magazine. Bill and Mary won, and they've been winning ever since. Making-- movie shoris for Warner Brothers becoming: dancing- instructors at Kiverview, the Tromar, and Pla-' Lan. They appear at the Golf club direct from Billy Kos " s Cata Manan on New York City's Broadway, and will bead back for Federated Clubs to See "School for Brides" at Convention CLEAR LAKE--Plans are going John Champlin, 1026 West Second street, is attending the boys' basketball tournament at Des Moines this week. ~- = Elcc. pump service, well repair the county convention and drilling. Art Butts. Ph. 224-W. forward ^ of Federated Women's clubs to be held at Clear Lake April 25 with the "School For Brides" as a special feature which is to be presented by the Junior Federated club. The project has been outlined by Mrs. Eugene Cutler, Des Moines, state federation president, and will be presented as an educational as well as an entertainment feature for the American Home department of the . federation. Other departments will also be represented upon the program. As now laid" down, a business session will be held in the morning and speakers and entertainment will follow in the afternoon and evening. Each club has been assigned a portion of the work. Mrs. William Orr will act for the Progressive club on publicity and Mrs. John V. Bohning for the Library Reading club on place and home furnishings. Mrs. D. L. Howson of the Junior Federated club may be reached each afternoon from 3 until 4 o'clock at the home of her mother, Mrs. R. B. Kennedy, by calling 640 for anything in connection with the "School For Brides." Miss Madelyn Miles Writes Radio Script About Pioneer Life CLEAR LAKE--Miss Madelyn Miles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles, has written a radio script to be produced over WHO Sunday morning at 10:30. It describes an episode oi early pioneer life in Cerro Gordo county, a true story of events which took place between Mason City and Clear Lake. Miss Miles, who is a junior student at the State University oÂ£ Iowa, Iowa City, has written two other scripts for the Parent- Teacher association to be produced over WHO. HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Many ot Ihos* cnawi bUme os* cnawne, nacrctnr. puinK oactaches peopto bUme on colrfÂ« or atraini ire often caused by tircH kidnry.*~ E nd maj be relieved when treated in the ri'sht way The fcttineyi arÂ» Nature's chief way of tatinj cess acids and poisouo\is Tracts out of thÂ« Wood. Most people piss about 3 piatj a day oi about 3 pounds of Â»oste. Frequent or scant j- passage* ^ith eraartine a burning showi) there mny he gomethiac irae with your kidneys or bidder, If tho 15 miles of kidney tubes and filter* d o a t wort well. po;-onoua waste matter atÂ»yi I? u olood. These poisons may sUrt natzins backaches, rheumatic pains, loss o( ptp and MM-er, Mliinc up nichls, Â·wcttinc, puffinesi nuritr t h e *yr*. hrad aches aod diixinr**. 7ont wait! A^k your dm;cÂ»t for Doan'i Pill*, ixrd mipcei'rtfiiliy by millions for orrr 0 jtÂ»r*. They give happy relief and will help lhÂ« To milfts of kidnry tabeg flush out poisonou* vutft from tiatt blcod, GÂ»t Dou'i Pill*. Knttreiis 22 SECOND ST. N. E. ' PHQ'E 2067 Clear Lake Briefs Miss Flora Rushia, who had been at Mercy hospital in Mason Lity two weeks following a major operation, was dismissed Wednesday and is at the home of her brother, Ed Rushia. She is getting along nicely. Enjoy lime sherbet from Perkins dairy on St. Patrick's day. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Paulson have returned from Texas where they went to get Mr. Paulson's mother, Mrs. I. L. Paulson, who spent the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Bailey returned Wednesday evening from Minneapolis, Minn., where they spent a week buying goods for their store and seeing the sights. Sec the new 'Teak of the Week" dresses. Nichols Shop. airs. H. W. Knutson and Mrs Arvig Nelson are chairman and co-chairman respectively oÂ£ the membership committee of the Civic league which will arrange the program for the April'meet- ing. Spring outfit too costly? Neal the Cleaner RENEWS clothes VVa-Tan-Yc club will meet Monday evening at the home of Miss Dorothy Runcie for the March social session. A charter night program will be given in observance of the 17th anniversary of the founding oÂ£ the Clear Lake club. Miss Runcie requests members to report by Sunday evening if they are unable'to attend. Marvelous values and styles In coats and suits at $17.50. Oluf T Hansen Co. Dale Snj-dcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, was improving Thursday. He is ill with pneumonia at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Cornflakes 2 pkffs. for 15c; laree box Oxydol IDc. I. G. A. store. Mrs. F. G. Drew was dismissed from Park hospital in Moson City Tuesday afternoon and is now at her home, 319',4 South Second street. She is recovering nicely. For Sale: 5 pr, rose colored silk drapes. Ph. 125. The Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ca!-- houn and son returned Tuesday afternoon from Orchard where they visited relatives a few days. Larson's Place, North shore, opens Sunday. March 19. Mrs. Donald Cox, Eik River, Minn., arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. George Knutson. Mrs. Ida Becker, who lives wifh her sister, Mrs. Emma Kimball, is confined to her bed with sciatic rheumatism. Mrs. Martin Hosband is caring for both women. Mrs. Charles Lord, who came to attend the funeral of her mother Mrs. P. T. Jensen, last week, returned Wednesday evening to her home in Detroit, Mich. Lake Farm Bureau ' Hears of Plans for Library Extension CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Lydia Barrette, Mason City public librarian, and Miss Pearl Jeffers, rural extension library worker, were guest speakers at the meeting oE Lake Township Farm Bureau held Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker with 35 members present. Miss Barrette led the discussion and Miss Jeffers spoke on (he work being done in extending library service to rural communities through the schools and by other means. Miss Lola Pine, accompanied by Miss Patricia Hushaw, played a bassoon solo and Miss Rosalyn Kopecky gave an oboe number. Mrs. Mel Jacobson presented a group of the home project music numbers to complete the program. A picnic dinner was served at noon. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harry Doyle, April 19, with gardening as the topic. * Â« * HOME PROJECT LESSON GIVEN AT CLUB Mrs. Bert Sandry, New Holden, Minn., Mrs. Lee Furleigh and Mrs. William Schmoll were guests of the Thimble Bee c!ub which met at the home oÂ£ Mrs. George Lunn Wednesday for an all day meeting. Six husbands were also present for the picnic dinner which was served at noon. For the program Mrs, William Halm presented the home project lesson on "Training the Appetite" for Lake township. Names of hobbies were given for roll call and Mrs. Halm was given a handkerchief shower in recognition of her birthday anniversary which was March 6. The next meeting will be held April 19 at the home of Mrs. Frank Clark. This will be an afternoon session. Mrs. A. B. Knutson to Visit Six Months at Oslo, Norway CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. A B Knutson, 200 South Fourth streetj plans to leave Wednesday for New York City where she will board the S. S. "pslefjord," Norwegian- American liner launched in 1938, for Oslo, Norway, for a visit with relatives at her old home. She also plans to visit in Sweden and Denmark and in other European countries if peaceful conditions prevail. She will be gone six months. Mr. Knutson will take his wife by auto to New York, stopping enroute at Champaign, 111., and Pittsburgh, Pa., to visit relatives. Mrs. Knutson was born in Oslo and has made several previous trips to visit relatives there. A number of courtesies have been given by friends in anticipation of her departure. Lenten Fellowship Services Continue at M.E. Church CLEAR LAKE--"The Cross and Sharing With Others" was the theme of the talk given by the Rev. Thomas B. Collins for the Lenten Fellowship hour held at the Methodist church Wednesday evening with circle No. 1 of the aid in charge o' the program. Mrs. E. E. Chappell led devotions, Miss Evelyn Johnson and the girls' sextet sanfe and Miss Barbara McCoy played a solo number. Mrs. James Anderson presided and the circle members served the picnic dinner. + * o ST. MARY'S CIRCLE MEETS FOR SEWING Mrs. E. F. Lilly entertained St. Mary's circle of th'e Catholic aid at her home Wednesday afternoon with a fair attendance. The time was spent in sewing and lunch was served. Mrs. Lester Bisgrove svill be hostess March 29 * * * CULTURE, ENVIRONMENT STUDIED BY C. D. A. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen reviewed an article, "Culture and Environment" by the Rev. C. A. Kessler, Dubuque, for the program of the Catholic Daughters of America who met at the home of Mrs Barry Braheny Wednesday evening for a postponed meeting Mrs. Margaret Braheny assisted m serving refreshments and plans were made to hold a Lenten guest tea on March 23. Mrs. Tom Hayes is chairman of the committee. PREPARE FOR SPRING At the Earl May Store Conducts Quiz for Lions Club Program CLEAR LAKE--Dr. R. W. Peterson, who was in charge oÂ£ the program for the Lions club meeting held Wednesday noon at Legion hall, presented a quiz over geographical, historical and other fields of information to the members. Ratings are not recorded but the men had a good time. Otto B Peterson will be in charge next week. FARM SEED RED CLOVER (Extra Fancy) A -i n n r PerBÂ« .hlZ.ZD HAY and PASTURE MIX. 50% Clovers Pet- Bu WHITE and YELLOW BLOSSOM SWT. CLOVER (Salt Pepper) AÂ« fif* Per Bu ^O.yU . $4.40 MAYWAY BABY CHICKS Per 100 $7.00 10 Extra with Each 100 Ordered SpeciaI This Week Only) HEAVY VARIETIES Â· Wh. Rcks. Â· S. C. Reds Â· Bd. Rcks. Â· New Hatnp. Â· Buff Rcks. Â· Buff Orp. Â· White Wyandotlcs LAWN GRASS SEED (Green Laivn Mixture) Deep Rooted Quick Growing 5 Lbs $1.00 1 Ib. . . 23c 3 Ibs. . _65c BIRTHDAY GIFT Ear! May will give you 1 Ib. Early Alaska Peas with Garden and Flower Seed orders amounting to S1.50 or more. Limit of 1 Ib. to each order. (Good 'til March 21) Garden and Flower Seed of highest quality at EARL MAT'S NURSERY SEED STORE town early Tuesday morning, will be held at Ward's funeral home Friday at 1:30 o'clock with the Rev. Ruben Mostrom, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church in charge. Following this service the funeral party will drive to Hanlontown where a service will be held in the church there at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Oakland conducting the rites. Burial will be in Brush Point cemetery. Cleor Lake Calendar Funeral Planned for Theodore Johnson at Ward's, Hanlontown CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Theodore Johnson, 59, who died at his home north oÂ£ Friday--St. Francis' circle. Catholic aid, Mrs. F. G. Cookman, 409 East Main street. Â· O. E. S. box social dinner, Masonic Tempie, 6:30 o'clock. Townsend club, William Proctor home, East Division street, 8 o'clock. Methodist aid, Circle No. 1, Mrs. M. L. Nutty, 110 East South street, 2 o'clock. Circle No. 2, Mrs. W. R. Kime, 500 East Main street. Circle No. 3, Mrs. James Bailey 615 North Sixth street. Circle No. 6, Mrs. Merle Grodland, 704 Jefferson street, 2:30 o'clock. St. Teresa's circle. Catholic aid Mrs. W. C. Hofer, 300 Clara street. Ohio State, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska Win in Intramurals CLEAR LAKE--Oilio State tripped Iowa 11 to 10 in an intramural battle held at.the high school gym Wednesday evening with Ben Lomen counting seven points for the winners and McGowan four for the losers. In the Indiana-Michigan fray the score stood 18 to 7 in favor of the Hoosiers. Lane was high point man with eight markers and Beat with half the number for the losers. Minnesota triumphed 24 to 11 over the Illinois five. Wistey scored 10 for the winners and Comstock counted six for the vanquished. In the Nebraska-Kansas struggle the former scored a 15 to 8 victory in which Furleigh accounted for eight points for Nebraska and Harris three for Kansas. Since the sub-district tournament and the gym demonstration are over, interest in intramural has been revived and they are to be played off in short order. Five more bouts .were scheduled lor Wednesday. Distinctive Flavor sum TEA High Grade Butter is Reasonably Priced Becker's BRAND H I G H E S T QUALITY t BUTTER 1 U V I I L I \ Â· Guaranteed Fresh or Your Money Back Â· AT ALL BETTER STORES Cut Rate Grocery BUTTER agX. lb .22c I COFFEE Raisins,;, 15c KRAFT'S CHEESE, 2-tb. 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