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uiy^n**.*. MARCH 28 1931 MASON Variety of SOCIAL CALENDAR in School Set Mrs. Ruth Campbell's Ways of Preparing Foods Given As an accommodation to Mason City housewives the Globe-Gazette . is printing the recipes whloh were used by-Mrs. Ruth Campbell in the Globe-Gazette cooking school. Following is the set of recipes which was used oh the first day of the school. FRUITED BAKED HAM. · 1 slice of ham, 3 inches thick 14 teasspbon ground cloves Pinch dry mustard 3 tablespoons vinegar Melted butter 1 cup brown sugar 2 sweet potatoes ' 4 slices pineapple 1% cups pineapple juice. Place the ham in open pan and ·sprinkle with ground cloves, mustard, half cup brown sugar and vin- " egar. Pour into the pan, but not on the ham, the pineapple juice. Peel and cut uncooked sweet potatoes lengthwise, wipe dry, dip in butter and cover with rest of brown sugar. Place in oven 400 degrees F., for one hour. During lost quarter place -slices of pineapple on top bf ham x and haste with liquid in the pan. ,Fruit and .Cheese Salad .. .1 cup mayonnaise 1 clip whipped cream ... y a cup chopped nuts · Small bottle maraschino cherries '4 thin slices pineapple % cup cottage cheese " 'Vz cup yellow cheese, grated 2'halves of canned pears 2 halves of canned peaches Arrange fruit In drawer of refrigerator and fill in around them other ingredients mixed to a fine consistency: Chill until hard and serve with mayonnaise. Minute Man Muffins: . 2 cups flour % teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons baking powder · . · 3 tattle spoons sugar ^ 2 tablespoons shortening 2 eggs 1% cups milk Beat eggs and sugar together, add milk, then the flour and melted shortening last. Bake in muffin tins lined with paper crinkled cup llnera, 20 to 25 minutes at 400 degrees F. Hot Snow Bulls: i 2 eggs \'z cup sugar " ' 1 tablespon shortening 2 teaspoons baking powder . 1 cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla " 3% cups flour Salt . Beat eggs till light, add sugar, MONDAY Monday club-Mrs. G. 3. C. Andreck, 222 Kentucky · avenue southeast, guest meeting. Chautaumia club-2:30 o'clock. Y. W.'C. A., Mrs. Roy Felt, lesson, Mrs. E. A. D. Bell. Occident club-1 o'clock, Mrs. A. A. Felt, 130 Second street northwest, book review, Mrs. T, A. Burke. Twentieth Century club--Mrs. A. L. Rule, 11 Rook Glen. Current top}ts, Mra. W. G. C. Bagley, biography, Mrs. Robert M. Witwer. T. A. E.-1 o'clock, Bee's tearoom. M. E. O. club-Mrs. Anders Stortroen, 1121 Pennsylvania avenue northeast Mrs. H. Speller, assisting hostessj Mra. A. M. Haggard, talk. Monday Bridge club-2 o'clock, Mra. E. G. Gage, 207 Sixth street northeast. Midland club-6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Shipman, 1419 North Federal avenue, dinner. Drama Shop Players-8 o'clock, Drama Shop. TUESDAY FEED THE BIRDS If you thot you had a bad time wading thru drifts Saturday, cancelling week-end trips and thinking about a wintry Easter, you were well off compared to the birds who have come north a little early. They have no possible source of food with a five inch covering of snow on everything. Don't forget to jfit out some food for them--bread crumbs and scraps of suet particularly. Mrs. M. V. Bickel and Mrs. Joe Gashel phoned this reminder to the Globe-Gazette Saturday morning. · Northwood School Head Gives Talk at .. Scarville Meeting SCARVILLE, March 28.--The following program was given at March meeting of the Parent- Teachers' association: Song by quartet, Mrs. Hieny Hanson, Mrs. Max Larson, Mrs. Ben Nelson and Mrs. Miler Nelson, accompanied by | Mrs. George Larson; piano duet. Lydia Iverson and Mrs. Lewis Bye; Illustrated lecture, Supt. G. J. Frandie, Northwood, and vocal solo, Clifford Larson. At the next meeting of the association- a play will be presented by an all married cast. Wa-Tan-Ye-12:15 o'clock, Hotel Hanford. Owesc- club--1 o'clock, Mrs. A. M. Halsor, 617 East State street. Pan Hellenic-Mrs. Jack Kohl, 807 Washington avenue northwest. Baptist Y. W. A.-2:30 o'clock, church, Mrs. H. A. Magner, hostess. D. A. R. board-2:30 o'clock, Y. W..C. A. High School Mothers' Music club-2:30 o'clock, high school. T. N. T.-- ·6:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. WEDNESDAY D. A. K.~ 1 o'clock. Bovaird tearooms, 215 Washington avenue northwest. Economy circle-2 o'clpck, Mrs. Joe Craychee, 815 Eighth street southeast, Mrs. George Smith assisting hostess. Olivet Home Missionary society-2 o'clock, Mrs. A. R. Euerson, 409 Nineteenth street southeast. Ladles auxiliary to B. of R. T.-2:30 o'clock, courthouse assembly. P. E. O. ON-Mrs. B. A. McDonald, 645 Seventh street northeast. P. E. O. DZ-- Mrs. F. A. Stephenson, 87 River Heights. Christian Workers group 1-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. P. W. Collins, 103 Thirteenth street northeast. Trinity B. and O. circle-2:30 o'clock, Mrs. F. M. Hendrick- aon, 1611 Washington avenue northwest, Mrs. M. Hoveland assisting. Lenten services-- · s 6j45 o'clock, *. $f. P; A., talk L By_ Brown, Mrs. C. C. Caasiday, Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, hostesses; Mrs. H. N. Jacoby, "British Isles," Mrs. C. R. Heniphill, "Scotland and Wales." Hanford Ladles aid-Mrs. Bert Woodward. Novel club- Mrs. Vblney Hanson, 926 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Mra. B. G. Uglnfritz, "Silver Virgin." Portland W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Art Hotelllng. Olivet Ladies aid-2:30 o'clock, church, picflio lunch, guest day. L. S. Bridge club-8 o'clock, Mrs. W. B. White, 1412 Jefferson avenue northwest. B. P. W. club-6:30 o'clock Damon-Igdu tea gat- den. Tusalatn-- 6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Beryl Grove 135 Woodman circle-7:30 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. Mystic Wo rkers-- 8 o'clock, Labor hall. FRIDAY Church of Christ Women's Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, church. G. F. S. Candidates-4:15 o'clock, parish hall. First Methodist Queen Esther circle-5 o'clock, Mrs. Harry Wright, 321 "- Fourteenth street northwest. Qiieen Robekah lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, initiation. Good Cheer Lodge-7:30 o'clock, Eagles hall, social dance. BLYTHERETURNS FROM PANAMA Many Improvements Added on Canal, Local Man States. James E. Blythe, 431 First street southeast, returned Thursday from a two months trip in which he and Mrs. Blythe cruised from New York to Los Angeles by way of the Panama canal. Mrs. Blythe is staying at Hollywood with her daughter and will return later. The Blythes spent some time in Chicago, Washington and New York. Only two short stops at Havana and at the canal, wete made on the cruise. Mr. Blythe noted that many Improvements had been added since a-former visit to the isthmus at a time when the construction of the canal was just completed. On the Pacific side, particularly, many beautiful buildings have been added and the grounds landscaped. Tha canal appeared crowded with ooatfl. The Blythes heard the opinion expressed frequently by those connected with shipping that it will not be long before the car.al will be taxed to its limit. 200 ATTEND BOY SCOUT COURT OF HONOR AT LAKE Pickett Delivers Address; Scouts Received Merit Badges. CLEAR LAKE, March 28.--Afore than 200 persons braved the storm last evening to attend the court of honor tor district five at the Congregational church at Clear Lake Music for the evening was furnished by the Clear Lake high school orchestra. The opening ceremony was in charge of troop 34, Clear Lake, with WUlis Miller as scoutmaster. Following the parade' of candidates and pledge of allegiance, invocation was pronounced by the Rev, S. R. Tumbleson of the Methodist church In the absence of Dr. A. A. Joalyu, district chairman of the court of honor, Dr. A. S.'Dlce, Clear Lake, chairman of the community com- mitte, presided. In the roll oa!l of troops, it was found that troop 11 of Mason City with Roy Redington as scoutmaster, took first place in attendance contest with the score of 1038. Troop Lake Globe^Gazette HELEN HENDKICKS News Editor Residence Fhone 340W OFFICE PHONE NO; 339 LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Clear Lake Briefs SATURDAY M. B. A. Junior lodge 2:30 o'clock, Eagles hall. Jrownlng society-6 o'clock, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, Mrs Edith Naylor, Clear Lake, "Saul," Browning, Mrs. N. C. Kotchbll; "To a Waterfowl" William C. Bryant, Mrs. N. C. Kotchell, piano aolo, Mrs. George Marty. T)rop by teaspobnfuls into deep fat. 370 degrees F. F'ry like doughnuts. TVhen cool dust With powdered sugar. PIE CRUST % cup shortening IMs cups flour % teaspoon baking powder % teaspoon salt Water Sift salt and baking powder with flour. Cut shortening in with knife or work it in with finger tips. Stir gradually enough water to hold dry. ingredients together. Divide In two parts and roll out separately to form lower and upper crusts of pie, or two pie shells CHOCOLATE BON BON FIL1JNG iy» cups sugar 2 cups water 3 egg yolks Salt 4 tablespoons flour 3 squares chocolate }4 cup shortening ". 2 teaspoons vanilla. Mix sugar and flour, add the egg yolks mixed with a little of the water, then.the melted chocolate Have the remainder of the water boiling hot in-double cooker. Pour the above in and stir constantly un til it thickens, add shortening and flavoring last. , MERINGUE White of 3 eggs l j /i teaspoons baking powder 4 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla. Beat the egg whites until they Stand in points, add baking powder then add gradually the sugar am vanilla. Place on filled and cooke pastry shell In 325 F. oven for abou 15 minutes, or until delicate brown. WAFFLES 2 cups flour . 2 eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons baking powder l'/i cups sweet milk ; 3 tablespoons melted shortening Sift flour with baking powde and salt. Beat eggs in milk. Stir liquid with dry mixture. Beat until smooth. Pour into hot waffle iron and cook until brown and crisp. Spread with margarine and sprinkle with confectioner's sugar. TAFFY APPLES 1 cup brown sugar '. % cup granulated sugar · J£ cup corn syrup i 3 /i cup water 1 tablespoon butter ,, 1 teaspoon vanilla As many apples as wanted Boil Ingredients togetheV until n few drops of the syrup cracks when dropped in cold water. Remove from fire and stir in vanilla. Stick a wooden skewer into the stem end of apples and dip them one at a time into the hot syrup. Place them upright on a greased pan to cool. ESSENTIALS IN MAKING GOOD 'TEA Use a teaspoon of tea for each cup and an extra spoonful for the pot. Have the water "mad boilini hot." Scald the pot. Pour the water on tea and allow to draw for at 'eomen--· ··'.. .'··- . 7-:30 o'clock, EAfcles hall. '.. DsbyterKin Seniors and Young 'epple-- 7:30 o'clock, A. L. Hotchkin, 807 Delaware northeast, April Fools' party. THURSDAY lilwaukee Woman's club.-7:30 o'clock, clubrooms, talk by W. R. Hamilton, rcsbyterian Aid-1 o'clock, church, Mrs. Martin Peterson, chairman, Mra. Lewis Wllaon, reservations.. New Idea club-1 o'clock, Bovaird tearooms, 215 Washington avenue northwest. Athenian oluB-- No meeting. Sorosls dub-Mra. T. H. Stetler, 911 Deleware avenue northeast, "New Develop 1 ments Itt Russia," Mrs. J. J. Haw Uiorne. Women's Bureau-2:30 o'clock, Labor hall. East State street club- Mrs. A. B. Adams, 600 Has State street. Mrs. fcionnie Nelsoii Mrs. A. B. Adama, Mra. Alice Bits About'em Mr, and Mrs. John W. Tubbesing, 853 Third street northwest, are visiting at the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Klath, Evanston, 111. * * * Bob Mace, 115 Seventh street northwest, is visiting for the week- 28, Meservey, was second with 900 points and troop 3 of Mason City third with 500 points. Cubs Introduced. Stanley. Anderson favored the court with a Violin solo. Harry B. Russell, then recommitted the candidates to the scout oath. Twenty-four scouts who had become tenderfoot since January In this district were Introduced and recognized by Dr. Dice. E. Thayer Curry and four of the Panthqr den of cubs were introduced and formed the den living circle and completed the cub motto and law. Second class badges were awarded by the scout executive to Dean Huxtable, Robert .Liebendorf, Robert Campbell, Merrltt Milligan, Morris Axelsen, Francis Sheohy, Franz Aldinger, Cecil Rodemeyer, Curtis Peters, Alvah Glllett, John Dunn and Fred Greenfield. E. B. Stlllman, member of the community committee of Clear Lake, awarded second class merit badges to Floyd Dodd, Keith Holt, Everett Taylor, Donald Eastman and Leroy Mott. Miss Frances White played two selections on the Cornet. Receive Badges H. W. Khutson, chairman of troop THIEVES ENTER PLAGES AT LAKE Little Taken in Series of Robberies but Damage Is Reported. CLEAR LAKE. March 28,--No clews were left by the robbers who broke Into several Clear Lake tius- Inesshouees Thursday night, according to police. Tracks in the snow near the Clear Lake Grain company were followed to Main street and then lost. --- -- , , Breaking into the Milwaukee rail- Is the second grade Instructor at road station whloh has octurred Lincoln building, before resulted In a loss of about Easter Special--Realistic perma- 85 cents to the railroad Besides tho nents $5, for 1 week only. Royal damage to the office fixtures, En-1 Beauty Shop. Ph. 416. trance was gained by prying a win dow In the lobby and forcing the of flee door lock. The door to tho I a p en ,i seveflil weeks visiUng"wlth switchboard was broken and thfe safe which was already unlocked I For Rent--Mod. house on Clara St. J. W. Pattie. Miss Peart Wheeler, Boone, arrived Friday to spend her Easter vacation at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bird. Easter Is April 5. Send your cleaning in now. Neal The Cleaner. Miss Marian Osman left this morning for Dayton, where she will spend the spring vacation at the home of her parents. Avoid the last minute Easter rush. Send your cleaning now to Neal The Cleaner. Phone 312. ' Miss Bethel Wilson left Friday for her home at Marble Rock. She TARRS WIN FROM ROYAL BARBERS Winners of Two Contests on Monday Will Clash in Finals. CLEAR LAKE, March 28.--By- Winning the breaks Friday night at the semi-final indoor ball leagile, the Tarrs defeated the Jefferson Smoke shop 4 to 3 with three overtime innings. The Jeffersonlana outplayed the Tarrs with Aucnenpach 0 jjlss Alice Koerieman. . . . B. Monzle will leave Sat- was pounded with a sledge hammer ur g^y night for Lawtori, Okla., and chisel until the combination was | wn ore she will visit her parents. as star. Kenyon's dairy upset league dope · In defeating the Kennedy onion, growers B to 3. B. B. Bailey starred for the milkmen. One overtime in- nlilpr was necessary for tho Brysons' T. N. T. to run in a score to defeat the Flndson 4-H club, 2 to 0. The first game Monday night WjU be staged between the Royal Barbers and the Tarrs. These are the two outatandlng teams remaining in the league. The second game fea- CO 10 84; broken oft. Safe Is Damaged. A window was broken in the office of the Clear Lake Grain com- M* on.i ni npiipv" VAnztink 1 turea Bryson and Kenyon'a . dairy. Mr. and Mr^ Henry TMnzur^ * twomatchea will Menzie and Mr. ana | ^^ ^ ^ f ^ ^^ ftf ^ ^^ pany to gain entrance. The safe was . ?* r - an also damaged and books strewn Dubuque around but nothing taken, police' """'·-"'· Mrs. N. E. Mehzie attended a funeral at Hansell Friday. and Mrs. C'. T. Mills loft for where they will spend the Mo., I | Country Club Members . . j - - . i uiyae manning, i/min^umo, «».,.,, 10 OaVc ijeCOIiQ 1 ally A small huildine- housing tool-* for arrived in Clear Lake Friday, for C LHAR LAKE, March 28.--The th^se^Uon saual was'brokeninto U Week's stay with friends. He is second series of bridge parties ar- tod some rasoUne mixed with a Ht- attending a business college in Mis- rancd for membo rs of the Clear tie lubricating oil was taken. Not souri and, will spend a part of MS LaKe country . club will be held satisfied with this mixture they vacation, with his parents at Good- [ Tuesday evening at 8 °'clock.^The took some gas from the Standard ell. Oil truck which was housed la thft The Harry SplUman family has Standard OH warehouse. The dis- moved into the Mrs. John order in the depot was discovered home, South Fourth street. committee- in charge of the affair Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phll- KATHLEEN GLASS IGNORED IN PEP end in Chicago with his aunt, Mrs. C. E. Hornaby, and his uncle, V. E. Montffomery. * * * Mrs. TJ. S. Wcant is planning to return to her home in Paton, after visiting for a week with Mrs. Q. P. Walker, 24 Tenth street northwest. * * * In the recent examinations held at the College of Saint Teresa, Winoha, IOWA CITY, March 28. (A--Miss Kathleen Glass of Mftson City was chosen to he one of the five attendants for Miss Pep, selected from [owa high schools at the annual pep jonitfbree at the Ufliversfty of Iowa Friday night. Miss Happy Whatley, Wichita 34 troop committee, made the presentation of first class badges to Stanley Anderberg, Melvin Decker Richard Price, Rex Harpster anc Jerald Jensen. First class merit badges were awarded by Supt. C. A. Pease of Clear Lake to the following candidates: Trurnati AmbroBon, Ken Leonard, David Barber, Harold . . C 9 X hips, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Fallows, The I Mason 1 City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. A. Pease. A 6:30 dinner will precede the bridge party. , ________ _ _ _ _ , , _... --- _ _ by Ralph Anderson, night man, who family recently returned from Call- gchnicder, Garner and Mr. and Mrs. was to meet the 3:37 o'clock train. fornia Where the Winter was spent. ' - - - ...... About 5 o'clock a lone robber E. R. Boyle and W. H. Dloklrson drove into the Shell service statiori made a business trip to Des Moines on the corner of South Second and Friday. Ten hours were required Main streets, broke the lock on the for their return trip by auto. pumps and was draining tho gaR R. Sallger has purchased the from the hose in his car when the! property on the corner of Jefferson manager, Hans Knutson, who was and East streets formerly occupied George Paul Is on All Star Cage Team JSt Y , , _ _ _ , . _ T .,,,, -,jf n ,,,\. OR _ asleep in the station came to the by the-F. C. Vernon family. CLEAR LAKE, March 28.-door. · Jack Road returned Friday night George Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs Robber Drives Away. front KJemrrie where he had been W. F. Paul, Division street, has won viaiting at the home of his parents prominence in the athletic circleg of f or thl past week. Wartburg college, Clinton, during Don R. Smokfttad Is convalescing the past basketball season. He The robber told him to stand back and then put his hand in his ^ uii ,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,, ,,,,.,,,, .... ,. pocket covering him with a gun. Hz at the home o f n i g aun t r Miss Lil- played on the freshman team which Charlesworth, Harry Eliasen and Falls, Tex., was chosen as the University of Iowa's peppiest co-ed at the jamboree. "Miss Pep's" five attendants, selected from Iowa hikh schoola and presented at 'the party, were Ruth Aurner, Iowa City; Mary Agnes Groves, Cedar Rapids; Jean Hansen, Davenport; Audrey Sieg, Waterloo; and Kathleen Glass, .Mason City. --·:·-- RICHARD DEVOE TO GIVE READING Richard DeVoe will read "Simon the Syrenian Speaks" by Countee Cullett and · Marvyl Stevens and Mary Jean Crowell will sing "On Calvary's Brow" by Darwood in the young people's department of the First Methodist church Sunday. The worship service theme will be "The Crucifixion of Jesus." least five minutes. Strain off Into other teapot ready to serve. HONEY CREAM SALAD DRESSING To one cup mayonnaise add 1 teaspoon lemon juice and 1 tablespoon honey. Salt to taste, beat well and chill in refrigerator. Stromer-Grieman Wedding Held at Reformed Church KLEMME, March 28.--Mrs. Paul Stromer was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grieman, by Mrs. Victor Huenemann and Mrs. Hilary Grieman. She was Hallie Grieman and her marriage' was held at the Reformed church In Ell township with the Rev. Calvin A. Schmidt pastor, officiating on the birthday of both the bride and bridegroom Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Grieman attended them. The bride is a graduate of the Klemme high school and has taught school. Mr. Stromer son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strome/, also attended Klemme high school. They will make their home on a farm three miles west of Klemme at the close of the school year. --:-WILLIAM MANLEY HONORED AT DINNER WHHam Manley, who has just returned from Florida where he spent the winter months, was honored at a dinner party given by the em- ployes of the Manley Bros, store at tho Eadmar hotel. Covers were placed for 22 guests at a table centered with tulips and lighted taper*. The evening was spent informally. VIethodist Ladies Aid Groups Meet During Afternoon Division 9 .of the Methodist church entertained Division 2 at the aome of Mra. R. L. James, 904 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. The committee included Mrs. F. E. Finch, Mrs. W. B. Oson, Mrs. U. W. Davis, Mrs. A. M. Faug, and Mrs. James. Mrs. Leon Woodard played three Harp solos, including the "First Prelude" and "Grand Arpe'ggto," by Chalmers, and "Believe Me If AH Your Endearing Young 1 Charms." Mrs. C. Z. Smith sang a group of songs, accompanied by Mrs. Bertha Patchen. Miss Reon Woodard sang three numbers and Mrs. James entertained with two readings. _*_ RISTAU-FUENCH. LTJVERNE, March 28.--The marriage .of Mrs. .Janett French of Luverne and Henry Rlstau, a retired farmer, Luverne, was solemnized at the Zjon Lutheran parsonage, the Rev. L. Wittenberg, pastor, official-. Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Rlstau left In mediately after the ceremony I"* Cedar Rapids, Geneseo, 111., an-* other cities on their wedding trip. They will return to Luverne where they will be at home after April 1. Cantata. Wi'll Be Given. SCARVILLE, March 23.--The vested choir of about 30 voices of the Immanue! Lutheran church, has prepared a cantata, "Immortality," to be given Easter Sunday in all three congregations of the -Jocal pariah. The choir is under the direction of the Rev. S. J. Fretheim. ___,, .of Mr.' an~d r Mrs. ' 'E. E. Flernlng,"503 : Pennsylvania' avenue southeast, received honors in scripture history, latin , prose, modern Spanish literature; survey of English literature, and economics. Miss Fleming was a member of thu chorus of pirates In the "Pirates of Penzanoe" presented by the Choral club at the college March 11. She also is a member of the Teresan players and of the .Varsity team. * * a Mrs. W. L. Bennett, 421 Adams avenue northwest, has returned from Minneapolis where she spent a week in consultation on voice lessons with J. M. Kimball, who has recently returned from New York. He is a former assistant teacher with Franz Froschowski. * * * Miss Verneil Curtiss, 228 Tenth street northwest; is spending a ten day vacation with her parents. Sha is a student at Northwestern university. a * * Mrs. E. E. Hunter returned Friday evening from Waterloo where she has been spending a week visit- Ing relatives. / Mrs. F. C. Lovell, 212 Second street southeast, was expected home Saturday from Minneapolis where she has spent two days. She was accompanied by her children, Jean and Charles, and her aunt, Miss Stella Page. Mrs. Ella Tinker who has been spending the winter months in California and the western states, is seriously, ill in Seattle, Wash. She will probably not return to Mason City until June. * * * Miss Emma Rehm, 304 Delaware avenue northeast, is spending the week-end in Minneapolis where she will visit her sister. Miss Rehm la planning to move soon to 134 Ninth street northeast. * * * Miss Marion Van Ness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. VanNess, 318 Carolina avenue southeast, will be the guest soloist and harpist at the program of the Minneapolis ~ immediately stepped into his car and was headed south on South Second street. Police stated that the robberies were undoubtedly work of persons not living in Clear Lake. The oil station robber was thot by police not to be connected with any Chamber of Cbnirnefcd, of City, made the presentation of the civic service bars to Truman Am T brosen, troop.3, and James Leake, troop 3. In this presentation he sthessed the fact that the boys Were assuming the responsiblity of citizenship in their civic service. Harry Ytzen, scoutmaster, troop 1, Mason City, awarded the star I badges to Harold Charlesworth, troop 17, and Harry Eliasen, troop 34, Clear Lake. Ralph Lloyd Jones, finance chairman of the council, awarded life badges to David Barber, troop 17, Clear Lake, and Edwin Estergard, troop 34, Clear Lake. Pickett Gives Talk. On account of two previous engagements and the severe snowstorm, the Rev. J. L. Pickett, chairman of the area court of honor, arrived just in time to "take his place on the program, that of makirig the main address of the evening. His address was on "the Lure of Scouting to the Scouter." In this he stressed the fact that it cost'j a lot for a scouter to give his time to the hoys of their respective communities but even at that it was worth while for them to put their stamp of approval upon this wonderful phase of citizenship training. Altho patriotism may be taught in the church, school and home, he felt that there was no better place to teach it than in the scout program. Scouting to his mind was one of the best building institutions for mor- ales and character that we have in our country today. He emphasized the fact that in looking over the of the robberies in the north part or ^ tc TM*- . - ,· · -Hajur Knutsofcx_j. _ ^^^flip^p^d^WaTs^Bvrni^ilShryBler coupe bearing: a- -Minnesota license. Not more than a gallon of gas was taken from the station. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR lian Smokstad, 700 North Sixth won the college championship. He street. Hla tonsils were removed al also was elected forward on the « the Phillips hospital Thursday. | all-star tournament team. A house-guest at the hoine of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rorern, South Second street, is Mrs. C. W. Deffen- naug-h, Council Bluffs. Mrs. Deffenbaugh, who is a daughter of the _ Rotems, will remain for a week's cLEAP. LAKE, March rf F."W. Triplett" will -Mitt i" Hv, warming' at her; new-.home on::H.*M; : tate street Monday afternoon, i; j . '.,. . J. DIggs will give a book revim, ' nd current events will be the fei lire of the roll call. The hostess wl · IBO furnish entertainment. . Moridny -- Library Reading club meets at the new home of Mrs. F. W. Triplett, East State street. Progress club meets at the home of Mrs. Edith Naylor, Jefferson street. Tuesday--Clear Lake Country club members have evening bridge party at the club. Wedncudfty--Lions club meets at the Soda Grill. Home Missionary society meets at the Methodist church. Thursday--Rotary club meets at the I. O. 0. F. hall. Mrs. Triplett to Have Housewarming for MJfis CrJsslft Tjosen, Spencer, ar- riVed Friday afternoon to spend a Week at tho home of her slater, Mrs. R. E. McFarlane. Mlsa tfjosen la" an instructor in the Spencer schools. Homo Mission to Meet. CLEAR LAKE, March 28.--The Home Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church. The devotional services will be In charge of Mis. F. Ott. The topic, "Youth at Play," will be developed by Mrs. W. W. Connelly and Mra. Eugene Grimm. Home mission enigmas will be in charge of Mrs. Wiliam Carr. Mrs. W. F. Rich, Mrs. George Bourne, Mrs. A. C. Runcle, Mrs. Verne Bakor and Mrs. S. A. Buffington will serve refreshments. Women's Relief Corps to Attend Barlow Rites CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--Members of the Women's Relief corps will meet Sunday afternoon at tlio home of Mrs. Chris Rowe, North Oak street at 2 o'clock to attend the funeral of Mrs. Charles Barlow, who was affiliated with the organ- zation. velt high school senior glee club anil orchestra, which is to present Gmil'q oratorio, "Holy City," Miss VanNess is a student at Hamline university St. Paul. records of reformat " institutions we would\ and such Id that very Lawrence Muilln, 329'/j Ninth street northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Friday. Albert Lea Club to Give Glenville Entertainment GLENVILLE, Minn., March 28.-The Glenville Community club will meet Wednesday at the M. W. A. hall. Entertainment will be given by the. Kiwanis club of Albert Lea. Teachers Get Contracts. THOMPSON--The board of education re-elected the entire faculty. Teachers were given until next Monday to hand them in. few, If any, really active Boy Scouts could be found on their lists. Scouting is one organization that leaves a lasting impression on the boys, he said. The fact of teaching and doing right ought to lure any man into scouting. Scouting is known for its preparation for manhood and the high ideals of political and \social life. i Stood for Ideal B. He called attention to the facl that because scouting stood for the highest ideals in the community, we find the best and finest men in the community serving as scouters and that their service to the boys m the community was teaching these boys their duty to home, self and the community. ..... j He closed his address with the ad monition-for more men to obey th lure of scouting and answer th call to continue and raise the standard of high ideals of the community, nation and race. Harry B. Russell made several announcements concerning future activities of the council, such as leaders' meeting of April 16; postponement of kite flying contest to April 11 and the junior leaders' conference of April 25. The next court of honor will be the area court held at Hampton on Sunday afternoon May 10. Closing ceremony for the court was In charge of troop 17, Clear Lake, with S. P. Hansen, scoutmaster. Honored on Birthday. CLEAR LAKE, March 28.--The Jily Bridge club held a dinner Friday night at the Clear Lake Country club. The affair was in honor of Mrs. Atherton's birthday. The evening was spent in playing bridge at the A. B. Phillips ; home. ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed 71|» or greased , ,. I O C Somo Quality Work as Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. n 25c Mat. Sun. Until 6:30 P A R K Theater, Clear Lake SATURDAY "Men of North" Sunday--Monday Together Again! JANET GAYNOR CHAR-LES FARRELL "THE MAN WHO CAME BACK" He must see well to learn, progress, and be happy. 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