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BOYS QUIZZED ABOUT KILLING "Gang of Young Hellions" Held After Death of Girl, 4. WINDSOR, Vt., (/P) -- Police Chief John Edmonds said Saturday a "gang o£ young hellions" would be questioned Jor information in connection with the slaying of 4 year old Beverly Ann Page of Claremont, N. H., whose battered body was found Friday night in a mill pond. Edmonds said residents of this Uittle town on the Connecticut river had told him of a group of boys "not much older" than Beverly Ann who practiced cruelties on younger children. One of their .customs, he said, was to hold 'others under water until they came up gasping. The chief did not identify the group further. Preliminary examination disclosed, States Attorney Albion Parker said, that the child met death by violence and that "there was an attempted criminal attack." Al Claremont, N. H., general hospital, about 10 miles away, nurses shielded the child's mother, who gave birth to a daughter only last Monday, from news of her only other daughter's fate. Beverly had been visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thibault, while her mother vvns in the hospital. When she .failed to come in from play for lunch Friday, Mrs. Thibault notified the police. Volunteers summoned by a riot L-all sounded by Chief Edmonds found her body caught in a small inlet of the pond. It would have Bone downstream, Edmonds said, if a rock had not snagged it. Russia Prepares for New Treason Trial of Former Leaders MOSCOW, (fl)_The communist party instituted sweeping political reforms Saturday, as a new treason trial loomed for leaders once powerful in high soviet councils. Secret, direct voting for minor party officials, to introduce democracy within communism's ranks, was ordered by the central executive committee on the heels of the expulsion of Alexis Rykoff, former premier, and Nikolai Buk- harin, former editor of the newspaper Izvestia, from the party. The ouster of the two leaders, it was indicated authoritatively, foreshadowed a third trial such as revealed testimony of wide- 1 spread rightist opposition movements iK soviet Russia during recent months. Sixteen men were shot after the first trial and 13 received death sentences at the second. v MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 6 · 1937 High Waisled Bodice Effect Frock With UNION LISTENS TO RADIO DEBATE Is Charming Feature of This Rural W. C. T. U. Institute ITloi-or) RL-i"i^ » . . , , . ,, Attractive for Spring GLOBE-GAZETEE PEERLESS 15 CENT PATTERN 160 Fifth Avenue. New York City By DIANA DAY 3052 Named "Sweetheart" of Band at Drake U DES MOINES, (IP)--Ada Both Peaker of Newton, a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, was announced as the Drake university band "sweetheart," here Friday night. The announcement was made at the Kollege Kapers, annual Drake musical comedy. Miss Peaker played the lead in the musical show. Texas and Iowa U's Win First Places in Debate Tournament IOWA .CITY, OT--The University of Texas affirmative team and the University of Iowa negative debate teams were awarded firs places here in the annual Iowa invitational forensic tournament concluded Saturday afternoon. The Iowa No. 1 team and the Notre Dame team tied for seeonr place in the affirmative debate with Iowa State Teachers college placing fourth. Carlelon college of Northfield Minn., and the Iowa No. 2 team ranked second and third respectively on the negative side. John Stephen of Texas university won first place in the individual speakers contest. Ernest Ulm of Carleton was second, Addison Hickman of Iowa third, and Robert Blakely and Edward Freutcl of Iowa tied for fourth. Skirt. You'll just love this spring print dress with the youthful gathered high-wasted bodice effect. Tricky plaiis at the top of the sleeves square the shoulders so smartly. A seam down the center-back assures smooth hips and loads of animation to the hem of the unusually graceful skirt. While this crepe dress in powder blue ground printed in white daisies is very practical for town, it can also go to the dressiest bridge party and then on to cocktails. After you've finished the print dress, make a plain crepe dress of lovely beige crepe with the lower V-neckline and soft girdle. The pattern provides for both models. The fascinating sheer plain or print crepes, so feminine and pon- ular, are also suitable. Still again the pattern can be used for smart cotton challis print or plain bright linen for summer. The illustrated sewing chart makes this model even more simple! Style No. 3052 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42-inches bust. Size 36 requires 3% yards of 39-inch material. Send 15 cents, (coin is preferred), for pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. Be sure to state size you wish. The spring fashion magazine is full ot fashions for you and your family. The price is only 10 cents a cooy. You will find it of tremendous help in selecting your new cruise clothes, your spring outfit, and your early summer cottons. You have only to study yourself and take your choice, for ^there is a flattering silhouette for every type and figure among the new models. Book costs 10 cents. Send for it today. Book and'pat- tern together 25 cents. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazet.te Pattern Department. 160 Fifth avenue, New York City. Business Gains Reported. WEST UNION--The West Union Commission company, holding its annual meeting Saturday, reports an annual business much better than that of last year, the livestock shipment report being 30 percent above. Total business of all kinds done was $208,197, which is 566,533 more than the total of 5201.G04 last year. W. R. CQTHERN, M.D. RECTAL SPECIALIST RESULTS ARE WHAT COUNT: You want to set well If you arc suffering from any form of rectal trouble I can help you. Treatments are given at the office and arc absolutely painless m most cases. -.i«uiuii.y « ?T EI l A 7t ARE DANGEROUS. You may take a chance on the Market but it is foolish to flo so with your health. Now is the time to get well. Cancer is due to neglect. Why take a chance. Examination Is free. Private diseases of men and women successfully treated OFFICE: 11'/. EAST STATE ST., OVER YELLAND HANF.S PERSONAL LOANS to Tom, Dick and Harry We are willing and anxious to make loans to Tom, Dick and Harry and any other individual who can show the capacity to repay the loan as it comes due--in monthly installments over a long period of time. Northwest Savings Bank MASON' CITY, IOWA m i . l A T K M W I T H M ) I I T U W K S T lUNCOnrOIUTION M - m l . r r JV,l»r«l llr,,,,.il In.uranr. r^rporarlon Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Boy Scouts, schoolhouse. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, T. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. "Progress club, Mrs. T. E. Sondrol. South. Second street, 2:30 p. m. Library Reading club, Mrs. C. E. Wells, 520 West State street, 2:30 p. m. L. D. R., Miss Dagney Hoirup, 508 Bell street, 7:30 p. m. Double C. ' c l a s s , church, 8 p^ m. Methodist Tuesday--Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Group No. 1, Congregational aid, Mrs. George Frost, 202 North Fourth street, 1 p. m. Commercial club, City hall, 7:30 p. m. Hi-Lo Bridge club, Mrs. Merle F. Scanland, 325 South Pennsylvania avenue, Mason City. Jolly Eight Card club, Mrs. A. C. Sater, 215 Holt street. SEVEN Attended by County Officers. CLEAR LAKE--A radio debate between men from Iowa State college and the University of Iowa on "State vs. Private Control of the Liquor Problem" formed a part of the program of Cerro Gordo county Rural W. C. T. U. which met for the annual institute at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hill Thursday forenoon. Mrs. James White presided and led the devotions. Mrs. Hill gave a talk on "Religious Education," Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mason City, on "Publicity," Mrs. Nora E. White on "Christian Citizenship" and Mrs. H. G. Bruchner on "Flower Missions." Mrs. C. W. Files, Portland, led in the noontide prayer after which a 1 o'clock luncheon was served. Mrs. Sarah Smith led the afternoon devotions and Mrs. Dunsmoor and Mrs. Irviii Lee of Clear Lake sang a duet after which Mrs. Verne Alice Sopher, president of Mason City union and stale director of religious education, spoke on the problems of her union and presented the plans of her department for religious education. Mrs. Mary Davidson of Portland, county president, was introduced and presented plans for the county work. Four county directors, Mrs. Files, Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mrs. James White and Mrs. Hill, were present in addition to two county officers, Mrs. Mary Davidson, county president, and Mrs. Nora E. White, vice president. Mrs. Mary Davidson offered the closing prayer. SOUOSIS CLTJB STUDIES POLITICAL CHANGES "Political Changes" was the topic for Sorosis club study at the home of Mrs. Joe Palmer Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Dakcr rcviewed "The Challenge to Liberty" by Herbert Hoover and "New Frontiers" by Henry Wallace. Two magazine articles, "Plain Americans" by John Erskine and "Who Wishes to Be Changer?" by McFadden, were presented by Mrs. S. C. Schumacher. Mrs. C. C. L'orenz was a guest. S * * D. A. R. HEARS LESSON ON PHILIPPINES Mrs. L. E. Ashland presented a lesson on the Philippine Islands for members of the D. A. H. who met at the home of Mrs. A. A. Joslyn Friday evening, A communication from the national society of D. A. H. was read requesting the chapter to go on record with regard to proposed changes in the United States supreme court and the group voted unanimously to make no changes. Mrs. Joslyn served light refreshments at the close of the evening * o * BUSY BEE CLUB HOLDS SESSION The Busy Bee club held an all day meeting Friday nt the home Wednesday --, Lions club. Legion cl ? y m *ling Friday nt the home clubrooms, 12:15 p. m I of Ml- - alld Mrs. A r t h u r Eibey Suniior. Conereealiniinl rhm-rh W l t h . l h c ""sbands us guests. Other Supper, Congregational church, Group No. I!, 6 p. m. Music Mothers club, junior high school, 2:30 p. m. Tabitha circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Martin Hoirup, 508 Bell street, 2:30 p. m. Double O club, Dolores Anderson, 221 South North street. Oweso club, Mrs. Chester Millard. Sunshine club, Mrs. A. B. Knutson, 1 p. m. Music hour, high school auditorium, 7:30 p. m. Thdrsday--Junior Federation club, Miss Anita Chizek, North Sixth street. W. R. C. circle, Mrs. E. E. El- drcd, 114 South Oak street, 12:30 p. m. Trinity circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Floyd K i m b a l l , HO West Division street. Rotary club, 1. O. O. F. hall, 12:15 p. m. ' Lake View club, Mrs/ J. P. Hansen, Jr. St. Margaret's Guild, Mrs. John W, Cole, 407 street, 2 p. m. South Second Altrurian club, Mrs. Lawrence Bless, Ventura. Crescent club,' Mrs. R. R. Rogers, North Second street. American Legion dinner, clubrooms, 7 p. m. Royal Neighbors, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Thimble Bee club. Friday--Legion Auxiliary benefit card party, Legion clubrooms. Laf-a-Lot club. Linger Longer c!ub. Deborah circle, Zion L u t h e r a n aid, Mrs. T. A. Hein, 305 North street. Star club, Mrs. Howard Hanson, (iO( Winnie street. Christian Workers, Mrs. J. A. Johnson, Slfi East Main street. to Co-Ordinate All Welfare Groups in State Planned DES MOINES, (/P)-- state Insurance Commissioner Ray Murphy told representatives o£ Iowa welfare agencies here that a bill o co-ordinate all the welfare or- anizations in the state into a sn- le department will be presented to legislature. Murphy said the bill will pro- 'ide for a welfare department ad- n i n i s l e r c d by a bi-partisan board of five members appointed by the governor. Members would receive a salary of $15 per day not to exceed $1,200 a year, and expenses. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cash and the Misses Glee Bell Hill, Naida Abel and Winifred Cash. A picnic dinner was served at noon, a business session held and a program of entertainment presented by Mrs. Glenn Hyde enjoyed. The club will meet again with Mrs. Adolph Hollatz on April Clear Lake Briefs New Spring Suiis and Topcoats are ready! Open a budget charge account . . . no extra charge ABEL SON, INC. . . . Mason City. Mrs. Nellie Ostr^ndcr, Webster City, came Friday to spend the week-end w i t h her father, Charles L. Gates, 110 South street. . Another new shipment ol' \v:i..paper just received. Prices cheaper than ever. Bass Pharmacy. Lewis Clock arrived Friday from Wisconsin and is looking after the home at 413 Bell street in preparation for the return of his mother, Mrs. Earl Clock, from California. See our windows for new wallpaper designs. Bass Pharmacy. Miss Lucille Winnie is spending the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie, 403 Henry street. She is a student at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Brilliant and colorful wallpaper at Bass Pharmacy. A communication from fllrs. C. D. Krepps of Maquoketa states' that her daughter, Nancy, has been taken to the hospital at Clinton for\ further treatment of her ear. I t was necessary lo re-open the incision and Nancy w i l l stay at the hospital u n t i l it is entirely well. For Rent: Four room furnished apartment. Ph. 412,1. Dr. T. E. Davidson of Mason City will meet with the presidents of the federated clubs of Clear Lake at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knutson, North Third street, next Tuesday for a conference in preparation for a county meeting at Mason City March 21 in the interests of a drive against the ravages of cancer. The Congregational church will resume services in the auditorium Sunday morning, according to an announcement by the pastor, the Rev. Homer E. Blough. The full choir will be in attendance and the service will i n i t i a t e the spring program and worship series, Mrs. B. J. Clausen, .Jr., returned Thursday night to her home at Santa Monica, Cal., after spending a week visiting her sisters-in-flaw, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 St. Patrick Theme Seen in Many Social Activities 'Novelty Programs, Parties, T 1 *--» i LEADERS SPEAK AT LAKE FORUM Assert Character Building Work Strengthened by. Co-operation, CLEAR LAKE -- Co-operation between agencies was advised .by the Rev. Donald Schroeder, Montezuma, in the forum discussion on Christianizing of communities, at the institute, held in the Methodist church Friday. The Rev. Mr. Schroeder told of the success of an experiment carried out in a town where rival Boy Scout troops had given rise to extremely unfriendly feelings. In solving the problem a recreation commission was formed regardless of church or lodge affiliations and this commission sponsored all activities in the town and set up a community calendar whereby conflicting and overlapping adult activities were also coordinated in a very satisfactory manner. While admitting that the system had not been perfect, ho maintained that it would work if the people would let it. Gilman Talks. C. E. Gilnian, secretary of the Mason City Y. M. C. A., spoke of the work ,of that organization and said that it emphasized the application of Christian principles in every day life, that the time was that no speaker should talk without leaving a Christian message and to spread Christianity by living examples. He told of many phases of work in Mason City and spoke especially of the good done by the noon movies during the school year. Miss Kathleen Simms, secretarj of the Y. W. C. A. in Mason City told of the underlying principles and purposes of her organization and of the efforts put forth to provide protection, mental stimuli leisure activities, nbetter social order and new and different contacts, asserting that the development of Christian personality is the purpose of all program activities at the Y. \V. Tells of Work. Earle H. "Behrend, Scout executive of Mason City, told · of the aims in character building anc citizenship training among Scouts Considerable discussion was hole concerning the advisability of ty. ing Scout activities to a church organization. Paul Henderson, 4-H club leadei for four nearby counties, asserted that club work is one of the greatest character building institutions in the world in that it develops good habits of t h i n k i n g and acting self reliance, responsibility, initiative, creative thinking, patience perseverance and respect for others. Mr. Henderson also said Ilia of 25,000 persons enrolled in club work, not one had ever been founc in the state reformatories Reports Given. The forum was led by Dr. Royal J. Montgomery o£ Grinncll. Another speaker at the institute was the Rev. N. H. Carman, Des Moines, who led the division studying the summer church program and vacation Bible school. Mr. Montgomery led a group in the study of the adult movement and the Rev. Mr. Schroeder took charge of a class in enlisting and training adequate leaders. A luncheon was served at no' 9 by women of the missionary o- ciety. A report of the secretary showed 13 towns and eight denominations represented. The offering amounted to KR.K2. Luncheons Featured During Week. CLEAR LAKE--St. Patrick rises on the social horizon in the coming week with "The Wearing of the Green" as the theme song, shamrocks and clay pipes the favorite motifs and "Erin Go BrauRh" as the watchword. Whether the good saint drove the snakes out of Ireland or not matters little; he will be responsible for many parties and good times in Clear Lake. Boy Scouts will meet at the schoolhouse Monday evening. Odd Fellows and their wives and Rebekas and their husbands will hold a joint social meeting at _.. South --. Friday afternoon with Dr. and Mrs.,A. B. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips as hosts and hostesses of the occasion. Dr. A. B. Phillips is a brother and Harold Phillips is a son of Dr. N. W. Phillips. They were assisted during the afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freeman, South' Second street Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Phillips. Mus- wiii nuiu ci jumi social mecung ai *-"· ai ^ mis. u. r. .fhillips Mus- I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening catine, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser fTM. «,«, «.,,--«j *:,,,, TP.._V. --. Mpnlicello, Mrs. Allie Phillips and Miss Laura Phillips, Muscatine and Mr. and Mrs. James Nugent, Mason City. The rooms of the house were beautifully decorated with cut flowers and potted plants. Dr. Phillips received many messages by letter and telegram from relatives and friends who were unable to attend the open house while move than 100 called to do him honor. Fertile, Mason City Han- Inntown and other localities were rem-cscntcd among those who called. During the afternoon light refreshments were served from a beautifully anpointed table in the for the second time. Each woman attending has been asked to bring either doughnuts or cookies for the lunch. A program and other entertainment has been planned. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol will enter- lain the Progress club Monday with Mrs. C. R. Woodford leading the lesson. Committee Named. The Library Reading club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. E. Wells Monday afternoon for a novelty program. The committee is composed of Mrs. H. L. Erickson, Mrs. Nora Grimm, Mrs. Albert Chrisfenson and Mrs. Roscoe Miller. Rol! call response will be jokes. L. p. R. will meet at the home of Mis? Gagncy Hoirup, 503 Bell street Monday evening. Members have been requested to bring Bibles. The Double C Sunday school class o[ the Methodist church will hold a party at the church Mon- Miss Fae Francis to Talk.on Congo CluB CLEAR LAKE--Miss Fae Fran- .cis, third grade teacher at the junior high school building, will speak to the Congo club at the Congregational church Sunday evening, giving a travelog of her trip to Europe last summer. She will tell of her experiences and describe scenic and historic spots in England, France, Germany and Switzerland. Algona Chamber to Hold Annual Session ALGONA--The a n n u a l meeting of thr Chamber of Commerce will he held Tuesday evening, s l n r t i n g w i t h n rfinncr in the high school gym ;M fi:3[) p. m, Lcc P. Loomis, publisher nt .the Mason City Globe-Gazette, will be the principal speaker of the evening. Twelve members ot the board of directors will be elected. Miss Louise Clausen and Mrs. C. F. Olsson nnd other friends and relatives. Mrs. Emma Kimball, who has been ill at her apartment in the Avalon for some time, was reported gaining Saturday. · Virgil McKibben, wlio underwent an appendectomy in California recently, is much better and is expected home soon. Miss Doris Hucy arrived Thursday from Burlington hospital where she underwent a masloid operation recently. She came with her brother, David Htiey, and Miss Dima Van Lannighain, Mason City, who were driving up from Kirks'ville, Mo. day evening. Tina Rebekah lodge will regular session Tuesday hold RECEPTION HELD FOR PHYSICIAN Dr. N.W.Phillips Honored; C9mpletes 50 Years Service. 1 , n ^ - , v eception ' w - PhiU'Ps, who nh y , Cal ,? Sei ' VlCe as a P h y s ? . M a r c h - 5 ' was ncld at e , * , -" . " " [ J i " l * v t V * L C l k f l U J I J I J 1 P dining room. In the evening n family dinner was served to 32 persons in the "Merry Go Rund reation room of the home News by radio can't tnke the Place of a newspaper. You can't b u n t it up later to settle an argument.--Fountain Inn Tribune -ling at I. O. 0. F. hall. Mrs. J. C. Norris's committee will serve. Group No. 1 of the Congregational aid will meet nt the home of Mrs. George Frost Tuesday for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Harold Thompson and Mrs. Cora Vedeler will assist Mrs. Frost. The committee \.i desirous that every member of the group be present if possible. - Go lo Mason City. Commercial club members will consider its future at a meeting at the city hall at 7:30 Tuesday evening. Mrs. Merle F. Scanland, Mason City, will entertain the Hi-Lo Bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The Jolly Eight Card club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. C. Sater Tuesday afternoon. The Lions club will hold the usual luncheon at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday noon. Group No. 6 of the Congregational aid will serve the church supper next Wednesday evening. Dniihlc O's Meet. Music Mothers club will meet ·it 2:30 p. m. Wednesday at the junior high school. Mrs. C. . A. Bcckner, Mrs. James Bailey and Mrs. Frank Barlow are the program committee. Mrs. Martin Hoirup, 508 Bel! street, will entertain Tabitha circle of the Zion Lutheran aid Wednesday afternoon. Double O club will meet at the home of Miss Delores Anderson Tuesday evening. Mrs. Chester Millai'd will be hostess to the Lake township Oweso club Wednesday for the annual banquet. Mrs. A. B. Knulson, assisted by Mrs. Jack Bailey and Mrs. Peter Knulson, w i l l entertain the Sunshine club at. a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday. To lle;ir Orchestra. ' A music hour w i l l be held nl the high s c h o o l a u d i t o r i u m Wednesday evening. Orchestra and solo numbers will be.fcalured. Miss Anita Chizek will be hostess to the Junior Federation club at her home Thursday evening. This meeting was postponed last week. W. R. C. circle will hold a 12:30 o'clock picnic luncheon at the home of Mrs. S. E. Eldred Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Kimball will entertain Trinity circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at her home on West Division street, Thursday afternoon. Rotary club meets for luncheon at the I. O. O. F. h a l l Thursday noon. Mrs. J. P. Hanson, Jr., will en- LcrUiin the Lake View club ,il her ionic Thursday. St. Margnrct's guild w i l l meet Thursday a f t e r n o o n at the home of Mrs. John W. Cole. Meet at Ventura. Mrs. Lawrence Bless, Ventura, will be hostess to the Altrurian club Thursday afternoon with VIrs. R. B. Kennedy leading the esson. Mrs. Edward Huntting will lead he lesson for the Crescent club Thursday at a meeting at the home of Mrs. R. R. Rogers. The American Legion will hold ts 7 o'clock dinner at the Legion club rooms on Thursday evening his week instead of Wednesday as usual. Royal Neighbors of America vill hold their regular lodge scs- ion Thursday evening. Lunch vill be served. . Plan Card Party. Mrs. C. A. Comstock, Mrs. "orclc Lee, Mrs. Arvig Nelson and Mrs. Jens Wind are the committee .(·ranging for theA benefit card party of the Legion Auxiliary at the Legion clubrooms Friday evening. Deborah circle of the Zion Lutheran aid will meet at the home of Mrs. F. A. Hein Friday afternoon. Mrs. F. A. Giles will be assisting hostess. Mrs. Howard Hansen, assisted by Mrs. Tom Nelson, will entertain the Star club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Hall will arrange the program. AMERICAN GIRLS SELECT OFFICERS Junior Group Sponsors New Federated Club at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE--The American Girls' Federated club held its first meeting Friday evening March 5, at the home of Miss Minerva Jane Branson, East Main street. Officers selected for the new club which was formed at a tea held at the home of Miss Kalharyn Kennedy Feb. 21 are Alberta Joslyn, president, Bctte Sears, vice president, Julia Ann Hofer, secretary and treasurer and Minerva Jane Branson and Juliet Whitney, press correspondents. The new club is sponsored by the Junior Federated club of which Miss Kennedy is president. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. The club will meet March 18 at the home of Adelaide Anderson, North Fifth street. : * * CIRCLE PLANS TO SERVE APRIL SUPPER Mrs. A. C. Rorvig entertained circle No. 3 of the Methodist aid Friday afternoon at her home on East Main street with 20 members present. Mrs. Paul Miller, led devotions and Mrs. Frank Jamison presented a program of guessing contests. The women decided to serve a supper at the church on the first Wednesday in April. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Oscar Frcderickson, Mrs. O. A. King, Mrs. Jamison and Mrs. George Watkins. * t * CORPS PAYS HONOR TO MRS C. L. GATES The W. H. C. charter was draped in memory of a former member, Mrs. Charles Gates, at a meeting of the order at I. O. O. F. hall Friday afternoon. The women also decided to hold the annual bean supper on Saturday, April 3, and to send greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Rowe of Chapin who will celebrate their fifty-second wedding anniversary on March 25. Mrs. Rowe is a member of the corps. A picnic luncheon was served at 12:30 and Mrs. M. L. Nutty, patriotic instructor, presented a program on Washington and Lincoln. * * * EARL LAMBERTS SURPRISED BY FRIENDS Members o£ the Lake View club and husbands went to the rural home o£ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lambert Friday evening for a surprise party in the nature o£ a housewarming. The evening was spent playing cards and a picnic lunch $69.50 $10.00 $59.50 Price Allowance For Old Washer Sale Price With Trade-In PLUS 2 FREE TUBS A Turholalor Action . . a Safc-Kiiaril Wringer . A Quiet Gear Drive , . A Lar(rr Capacity . « * , t Your opportunity lo Kct a hip, husky EASY Washer at a money- savintr price. 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