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, MASON 85, MÂ«4 GRETA GORDON WEDS IN SOUTH Marries J. E. Klein at Ardmore, Okla. C^ar Lake--Ned Blackmore, 509 Carlton street, announces the marriage of his daughter, Mrs. Greta Gordon, 324 W. 9th street, Waterloo, to Pvt. John E. Klein Camp Howzie, Gainsville, Texas The ceremony took place at Ardmore, Okla., Feb. 19. Mrs JClein, who was born and reared in Clear Lake, has been living in Waterloo the past few years. Private Klein, son of Mrs Gertrude Klein, Waterloo donated * February collections to Wed. 57 ' e or h , w buy 114 cartons cigarets at the price 22,800 by Je "f Wind and R. J. Aurdal'are ujrÂ» o* MM ^ _. _ - _^ c^ir^Â». CLEAR _ . . _ _ ^ _ t ,. kt ^ ,, r rt tcvxmj^ Was manager ol a shoe store in Waterloo before entering the service. Mrs. Klein is spending a fexv weeks with her husband in Texas after/which she plans to return to Waterloo and resume her work with the Rath Packing company. 40,OOOFags Go to Men in Army, Navy ,,Â£ Iea / lake--Stafford Post No. 222, American Legion, has received acknowledgement by the army service forces, New York City, of the receipt of 40,000 cig- arets purchased from the manu- 5^*^^.^* money collected in ShiberBook Reviewed by Mrs. Bless Clear Lake -- Mrs. L. L Bless js one of the\ activities of the Clear Lake post. This consignment is only one of several pur- MEDICATED Soot}ie ** Â°f ample raahea by sprinkling on [ MeMana, thenoothTog, ' IteC medicated powder. Re. U9C liev-es diaper rash. - -- -Â«. io Underground" by _~- Shiber for the Altrurian club 5,l the . home of Mrs. Fred Larson Thursday. The book, a recent non- tchon production, describes the methods used by a group of women in smuggling British soldiers out of France in spite of watchfulness by the gestapo. The club meets at the home of Mrs W H Duesenberg March 9 ' ' .Mrs. Glair Heifner was hostess to Lake View club with her mother, Mrs. Mark Bacon Ventura, as guest. The time was spent m sewing on Red Cross laprobes and 3 were completed. Mrs. Oscar Yohn will entertain March 9. United Service Women Install New Officers Fredericksburs -- Mrs. P a u l Morf, president of the Fredericksburg chapter of the United Service Women was elected president of the Chickasaw county group Officers were installed by Mrs E W. Lillet of Mason City Tuesday' at a meeting held in New Hampton. * Mrs. Noel Davis of Fredericks- faurg was secretary-treasurer, and other officers, all from New wampton, include: .Mrs. .Bert Morse vice president; Mrs. Mangan chaplain; Mrs. Ray Sullivan, parliamentarian; Mrs. W a l t e r Stoles. Gladden 6 Sowe invented the 1st commercial typ ewr j ter _ Pose, sergeant-at-afihs. Red Cross contact chairman is Mrs. J. Woodruff. Historia keeper of service records and musician will be appointed. Cleor Lake Churches ZION LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "Strategy for Saints." Both choirs will sing. Luther League, 7 o'clock. Lenten service, Thursday, o'clock. The Rev Hjelmer Hove, Northwood, will be guest speaker.--Ruben Mostrom, pastor. CHUECH OF CHRIST , B i b l e school, 9:45 o'clock. Preaching service and Lord's Supper, 10:45 o'clock. Sermon theme "The Abiding Presence." Evening service, 7:4p o'clock. Sermon topic, "The F o u r S q u a r e Gospel." Wednesday evening, 7:45. o'clock, cottage prayer meetings.--C. W. Hicks, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school 10 o'clock. Morn- mg worship, 11 o'clock. Eli Levang will speak. Young people's meeting, 6:45 o'clock. Evening service, 7:45. o'clock. Men's Bible class, Monday, 9 o'clock. Midweek prayer service, Wednesday, 7:45 o'clock. . BETHEL CHAPEL At Legion hall. Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Evening service, 8 o'clock Bible study, Tuesday, S o'clock.-Manfred and Hope Askew, pastors. CONGREGATIONAL Church school, 10 o'clock. Worship service, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "Be of Good Cheer." Congo club, 6:30 o'clock. Joan Jodan Dorothy Ann Crane, Jacqueline Kimball in charge.--Verne A. Spindell, pastor. METHODIST Sunday school, 9?45 o'clock. ,, -_.. u ,_,,j Â«*.^u \j k-lUUA.. Morning worship, 11 o'clock Sermon theme, "He Went a Little Farther." Youth Fellowship, 6:30 o clock. Dramatization, "We Who Are America." 7:30 o'clock. Public invited. Lenten fellowship supper and service Wednesday 6:30 fl Mnmr __T U nvn ^ r- Tt /-*_ii:_ DIES O m a h a , (#) _ Dr. Albert F Tyler 52, radiologist who won the Â°- f f , he American 1932 for tions" to infection. Hire. Elhel W eed. 123 S.Â«2iid street, is ill with pneumonia Mex-cy h o s p i f ^ j , Mason o'clock.--Thomas B/cbUins'. p"as- tor. LAKESIDE Sunday school every Sunday 10 o'clock.--Mrs. Maurice Miles' superintendent. ' CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street. Sunday school 10 o'clock. Church service 11 --.-.. .... o'clock. Wednesday.evening serv- .. contribu- ice, S o'clock. of medical! ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Masses at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock Confessions heard Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.--J. J Buz- .Vnski, pastor. " 2 SERVICE MEN DINNER GUESTS Navy Mothers Fete Jacobsen, Axelsen Clear Lake--Sgt. Bynura C. Jacobsen, a paratrooper in the marines, Â·and Morris Axelsen, carpenter E mate 1/c, of the U S navy, were honored at a dinner given by the Navy Mothers club at Legion hall Thursday evening with a large group of. friends and relatives present. Other honored guests were Sergeant Jacobsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris F. Jacobsen; his fiancee Miss Vivian Peterson, Forest City' and his brother-in-law and sister' Mr. and Mrs. Rex Westcott. Relatives oÂ£ Mr.'Axelsen honored were his mother, Mrs. Chris Axelsen- his grandmother, Mrs. F M Memecke, and his uncle and aunt' Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Petersen and their daughter, Marilyn Dr. A. B. Phillips spoke briefly, introducing the honorees and special guests. He'.presented each honoree a gift from the club. Mr Axelsen, who has been in the" service S years, spoke of some of the hard things service men must lace, especially the loss of Mends anJ said that'he had been mostly m the north Pacific and had "seen a little trouble." Sergeant Jacobsen also spoke of the loss of buddies" and exhibited a bracelet made of metal taken from a Jap plane and a few other souvenirs. He said that the metal helmets worn in the marine corps are used not only as head coverings but as cooking utensils, to heat water in for shaving and for digging foxholes. Sergeant Jacobsen, who enlisted Oct. 2B, 1940, has a badge as a parachute jumper and ribbons for service before the war, American theater defense and Asiatic-Pacific theater with several stars in- . of the "gular Youth ip service but the public DEADUNEftl II Â». M. Â«Â«r newa tut Adi t f. m. tn Kadi. St., Clear Lake Briefs flfT iel i e BUss rather than June Ashland entertained Loyal Queens Â·5-H club Saturday. C. w. Butts, Sr., well drilling and pump repairs. Phone 107 M*hodUtT aTTTwn? re! sent a dramatization of "We Who Are America" at the church Sun- dayevening at 7:30 o'clock.-This is. a' pari*" -' J ' Fellowship ,,,,,,.= , is invited to attend. Today's Club Rummaee Sale, Legion Hall, Sat., 9 a. m. to 9 p\m. . Girl Scouts of troop 1 met at junior high school Thursday after school for games and Scout song's .,,Friendly Garden club will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs Clarence Prescott for the first session following a winter recess. Free John Deere Service Show Lake Theater, Monday, 1 p m DeBruyn Pugh Implement Co! Sirs. Earl Lambert is confined 10 Her home with fly. Mr and Mrs. Paul Palmer went to Clarion Friday to meet their son. Paul Palmer, Jr., seaman 1/c who recently arrived to spend a 7 day leave with his wife and baby. ,,M? r " , and alrs - Robert Miller Miller have had word that their son, Everett Miller, a seabee is now in New Guinea. He likes his work there. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Kisner, Hanlontown, are' the parents of ^y^^ TRENDS eady to take time to think of our future CnS ' critical time in our history The progress of the human ness. Happiness increased with mur ness consisted of providing a better portumty depending only on ability, VENTURE Search for hW?h PP Â° r ^ nUy - Parental Â£Â£Â£" the P arent had individua, haven^vhe^elJardTork V^^^^tit^^^^^M^' a TM b j iioiis ', and ^eking a the same race produces an outburstof'vigorand^capacit^ fro* P? Â° pe Â° pl ? s ^"K'ng to in ihe form Qf private built at times a little rugged;'the batUe S for\uerIS ^ P HTMÂ»I b r f Â«n UrS ' R " gg * d individualism was ^nSnS^erTM^ tion. Progress was its sloganTlmt venture "'aslÂ£ U policv "" Â» b " nll TM i ' vibÂ«nt na- , twin daughters bom at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday One weighed 4 pounds, 2 ounces' and ihe other an ounce more th Â° fil " St ehildren/in ^e that field ,,, Uleulrai i riday of coronary s p , Mason jvhere she was taken Monday for treatm treatment and care. PAL RAZOR BLADES and Shaving Supplies BOOMHOWER HARDWARE When Skin Torture Dmes You Mad! fi TM*S^Â«Â«ES Mrs. Glaus Carstens Entertains for Niece f Clear Lake--Mrs. Glaus Carstens, Burchinal, entertained a group of.friends at a linen shower complimentary to her niece, Miss rsi De L ,? Vonne Stoltenberg; Mason . Â£' ,7 nose approaching marriage to Petty Officer George Killaugh seaman 2/c, Birmingham, Ala has been announced. A mock weddin" formed the entertainment and the guests joined m giving hints, suggestions and recipes to the prol- pective bride. A pink and blue col or schehie was carried out in table decorations and menu. ------ -----"n_.i. kvjDi. aisvi;iÂ«ii siiirs in-- dicating engagements Mr Axelsen has similar ribbons in addition to a China .service medal Chinese expeditionary medal and' presidential citation. f^l rS 'Â»r O ' J " pierce , commander of the Navy Mothers; presided The program opened with the pledge of allegiance and the Doxology. Following the dinner Mrs L E Jacobson, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Walter Pramer, sang Â·Up m My Airplane" and the en- Banue?.'' PÂ£ang ' TheStarSpangled The dinner committee included Mmes. H. G. Jensen, Othillie Hosband, Pramer, Bernice Lane and -Paul Palmer. Morris A x e l s e n , carpenter's mate l/c, arrived Wednesday evening from the west coast to day leave with his 8 - chris Axcl - spend a 30 The men's fellowship and Bible study session will be held at 8 oclock Monday evening at the Charles Hill home, 729 s 3rd street, instead of at Gospel Taber- nac SECURITY ffi3fr Â£ ^to^ffiS^^JSS? Â«.f^ Urity t ays ',," what ' s ^e use of taking a chance" "Jet St b tL s ,ri h r:c,:i^; G TM'" ent *Â«-Â·Â»V Â«?*$ ole^te^ and in the very CHARACTER of ilLeuS eC Â° n Â° mj V' n its social just to pay more taxes?" , ospe a e nacle as previously, announced. The regular session of ihe Dou- HEEB TALKS ON ble C ning lass next Wednesday be combined . ^ -uiiiuiu[;u wan the fellowship supper and Lenten service at the Methodist church ator tlf W ' U h0ld a Eh Â° rt sessi Â°Â» after the service, it was; an nounced. ' ntt Utt, L. Kugland, who has been ill , n a Mercv hospital, Mason City, the pasl 2 Barbara at Mercy so heavy a penalty upon success mat 1, moderate success. Everywhere we hear in America. At first thought it sounds for the many,--although on second made by those who make more for few M .S "thirty hours should prevail," "make the -,. . does !t h - v Punitive taxes that sufficient ambition to attempt more ,,. a Â« great fortunes will never again be accumulated like less for the few and Father-Son Banquet Given by Double C's Clear Lake-- L. J. Heefa, Mason City, spoke on "Consequences of Juvenile Delinquency" for the program of the Father-Son banquet sponsored by the Double G class and given at the Methodist church Thursday evening. Walter Slasor, Thornton, coach, entertained with tricks of magic. Glen Franks welcomed the guests and his son, Dick Franks, ^'ave the .response. Willis Miller was toastmaster and Harry Mason, with Mrs.. Mason as accompanist^ led community singing. The Rev. O. J. Felter, Methodist c proved Friday and hoping Vbe moved to the home of her mo?her! Mrs. George Oft, 501 S. 4th street ^Â°^s s!i ^ 0bm r^i longer, ,t was announced Mrs. Gae Kocouwk received word Friday that her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Harold Kocourek, Â·been.-with' her **Â·--*----* ^ e r a d n Washington the past 3 weeks ill arrive shortly for a 2 day f it is not otherwise lazy, the that strata least the Iowcr e even greater the coming AÂ« . . . e e r , M camp, gave the invocation Â· A Washington's birthday dec- for the -- _ . ~~.^.um and -- Hammond were "co-chair- of *the kitchen committee and Mrs Oscar Frederickson was' as'" ~ V" dtpingroom by Mrs. Slocum. Women of the class , s Miss Gladys Bohninff, who is employed as a stenographer at the Douglas Aircraft plant at Los Angeles, Cal., arrived Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs John V Bohnmg. She came from Des Moines where she en t a couple of days with her brother-in-law ' g Â« n emment to provide all needs 6/aSed ylars dous and the old will have little. One of the latest tiv P ears , . years ,s the acquisition of an earn and earning only enough to Paid f Te e c| epaar b, h e a n d S a a r and the hu^e, The emphasis if upon old I Â° Ur P?P ulati Â° n TM* the a " d !, f We look prdl ! cers thrifl . 'Â«Â·Â«Â·- - those to report at Des notices Moines a es Moines March 2 for physical examination were Kenneth Becker, Harold Thompson, K e n n e t h Millard, James Sage and Arthur Burck- served. Give One-Act for Lake Just the Service You've Been Looking F or! i^TZS^S"^^^ 7 p 'r ce in your fiome a --Â«. P^ e of e qoipmen t that " on no t'onÂ« r ha^' 1 ""*"' Â° r S Â° me o(h " R. N. A. Camp ,. Cle " Lake--Mmes. George Cor- Here you can thus help metric ln idle appliance exists in the gay opportunity! PEOPLES'GAS # Eixcnmr COMPANY cr.M 'j"~ 7,*"V '" Â· 3n - t; "e. assisted in sound effects and properties by Mrs. L. L. Bless, presented a one- act play, "Fortune Is a Cowboy" w Â· *he program of the Royal Neighbors of America following the regular camp session at I. 0 0. p. hall Thursday evening. Several guests were present During camp Mrs. Neil Slocum reported on the January soc ial session and a communication from Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, former oracl" was read. Mrs. Don Kueter was voted a member by transfer from Bellevue. Mmes. Will McKibben _, i-aLoti. and Aliss -utim Crrell served. \ The prograpi committee for March 23 includes Mmes. C E Melcher, Carrie Zirbel and 'Waller Jensen, Mmes. F. G. Cookman 1. A. Hem and Frank Baber wili Mrs. Skene, oracle, appointed Mmes. Verne Petersen and P; D i.eith as the flower committee, Mmes. Leith, Will Paul, Skene and George Perkins as the ways and means committee and Mmes Petersen, Melcher and J. R. Buttleman as diningroom committee. Hoyal club meets next Thursday at the home of Mrs. Roy French A. .Dwight Anderson Tajks on "Plashes" Clear Lake--A. Dwight Ander-on, science teacher at the high school, spoke on "New Developments m Plastics" for the Rotary club program at I. O. O. F. hall Ihursday noon. _Mbrris Alison, carpenter's mate 2/c, and Sgt. Bynum C Jacobsen were guests of the club Chris F. Jacobsen was a ' Harold Millex and S. E. C*,. Chicago, was a' guest of W F In- RotriTn. MaS Â° n , City ' Vis ' Uin S Marlyn Butz and Virgil Ashland, new junior Rotarians were present for the first time. E. B. Stillman, B. C. Myhr L E Jacobson and Vf. H. Ward arc the program committee for March and April. THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE IS SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST circ*^^^ -akness. Most of us are a, ,. adapt ourselves to it. AVe had alreadv be^.n f a " an / ed ^ Promote laziness, we re were too soft to fight, although such teusSoHad neT" FT' ^^ ^^ Our -Fortunately there hadn't been enough "eneSnJnf nTM take "Pi a Â« in previous wars, fighting spirit when we met a barbarkenem non com P ctl t've living to dispel the SOCIAL the courage to raise the ousness of the Post-war Â«, U1CF . ine cno^e between pr.se and Government ownership; the Americw^y netimf o *Fuiifn ir. u: Â»n , .. - - _Â»as ^'Â«Â«,cie.(( ftV rumfi PoHtical parly will have Hence the seri- enter- The difficultv i n r--~~ -..Â« ^".tn.uiuiu, uwnersmp: the Amerinn Â«,-oTr ^ j cs i Â·,-, ." j ' *Â· "vaie cniermaking: a definite choice is this: What the massel fhfnk P t t ^ lsm - The Â«HÂ«Â«culty in great number of issues. Sses thlnk ls be fÂ«ddled in any election by a The future of fhe Human Race in America Mo S , ,,, rt . ^'" defermi " e it$ future th TMÂ»* *Â· World o r communistic states o e s c s a e s o government thinking, planning, fina^n^ America, has never in the past unders Iwd -her head and continue to be BRONCHIAL COUGHS Bronchial Irritations Due to Coldi Needn't Worry You - made the choice. -,;.-.-- --Â·"--iÂ·-- as evidenced by dictator. pol,t,cal sy f tems,- R ov-ernmenLndI only .mg, controlling, and ultimately owning the masses wanted a King. Can she Â¥ ,, , - freedom,-to think and to do! to let ^yotySV/th^Tus^ 6 " ^ ^AT " Ut l Â« think - Â«, how j_ , . r . M c ua '"Â« H is good sense to establish - u - - jÂ«-Â«sp..iKr t S.irÂ±i 11 ^s,"'-"-'' ffirS5K 1 ,SSLW^ t e enough, how can 4l* -- , ---Â«.- me monej r from its the venture with the citizens' money, no , Competition to test its merit, no - handful of tax money. We ^\^^^j:^ an-ar it Â«5nW* Â« C -rLlÂ£?_ a ..***- KlKht lottlo of Cfcar Lake Calendar Saturday--Girl Scout Washington silver tea, high school home economics room, 2 o'clock Brownie troop patriotic"' tea library clubroom, 3 6'clock. Today's club rummage sale Le- fiion hall. 9 o'clock. OSCO DRUG prise America .,,,. ,.. 1C it , they have always arisen. A wm that has bringing about a unity o/purpTe inlefensS ^^ ~ t the new, young President of IhllT v n Â£ Pnvale enterprise sysl made a great impression on the prSiLJW 6 ^ Commerce, whose me. ThpÂ»o Â«!,,,,.,,Â»,. ,, .. res| a c nt ot our Country, ns if ,r,,i ,,,, , DENTIST WACTICE LIMITED TO" 1 .PLATE WORK IB F I R S T ST CFDAR RAPIDS SOUTH E A S T DFS MOINES M A S O N CITY SIOUX C I T Y on e resdent me- These thought-provoking -Ideal were Sioux City Chamber, a copv of who her. After all, the most ouialand commun,,,, who owns the land, _ -- --*.*.*.Â»* leaders, thought leaders and is system was sparked by - 10S = daring and energy s it did on a private citizen like on me by W. A. Klinger of the hccy. of the Clear Lake Chamin our can way continues to have i and the STRENGTH of oar Ca maintained if the Atneri- ~~ on our CHARACTER us. L. C. STUART, Realtor Ckar Lake, Iowa I wn mail copies of this (o anyone you direct, on receipt of postage.