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MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1939 ROTARY HEARS MINISTER, 91 . Dr. S. Q. Helfenstein Gives Series of Poems From Memory tr. Samuel Q. Helfenstein o£ Dayton, Ohio, uncle of Dr. Roy C. Hel/enstein of the First Congregational church in Mason City, entertained the local Rotarians with a series o£ poems given from memory at the regular luncheon meeting o£ the club Monday. The outstanding selection given by the 91 year old pastor was Jamie." In this poem Dr. HeHen- stein gave the story of a boy who stole his father's money and ran away. The boy, "Jamie," returned live years later and was allowed to come back only through the insistence of his mother who also reconciled the angry father. Other poems recited by Dr. Helfenstein were "Forty Years Ago," "Rhyme of the Plowman" and "A Wish." The retired minister preceded his selection of poems with the outstanding feat o£ squaring 1' twelves. Father C. Burnett Whitehead, rector of the St. John's Episcopal church in Mason City extended an invitation to the Rotarians to attend the Holy Week services being held at his church' under the auspices of the Ministerial association. Mary Jean Casey, Mason City Girl Scout, gave a brief talk on the value of Scouting and introduced ^everal members of her troop and of the Brownie group. MRSTURUCE, 78, SUCCUMBS Services to Be Held at Baptist Church at . Rockwell Wednesday Mrs. Delia Bruce, 78, died at her home at Rockwell at 1:15 o'clock Monday morning following an illness o£ several months. She had been a resident of Rockwell for the past 60 years and was a member of the Baptist church there. Mrs. Bruce was born March 5, 1861, at Chapin. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Leona Schremp, Walnut Creek, Cal, and Mrs. Clara Maher, at home, and two grandchildren, Bruce and Clara Jean Schremp. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Bruce, Jan. 12, 1938. .Funeral services will be held at the Baptist church' at Rockwell Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'colck with-the Rev. I-.- A, McCauley in charts:.. Burial will" be a t : trie" Rockwell cemetery. The,body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Device Registers Phone Calls SYDNEY, Australia, (U.R)--Aus- tralia has produced an invention for registering all calls made over a telephone so they may be checked or traced down afterward. The inventor is C. V. L Mitchell of Brisbane. Popejoy Youth Works on Translation Into Braille MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FOPEJOY --Willis Folstadt is working on the translation of his fourth book, "Brazilian Adven- Mte,' into Braille, giving others who are partially or totally blind, the opportunity to read and enjoy them. Willis, the 21 year old son of Mrs. Ruth Folstadt, who was born and grew to young manhood here, was graduated from the Popejoy high school, with honors, with the class of 1935. Later he enrolled in the School for !he Blind at Vinton and learned to read and write the Braille system of printing. His work is a government project and is sponsored by the state commission for the blind. His three previous books, "Laughing Boy," by LaFarge; "Old Mother Mexico," by Harry Carr; and "The Benson Murder Case," by S. S. Van Dine, are now being used in !he Des Moines public library. Willis is equipped with a small radio station and has been a licensed operator for five years, having carried on conversations with other amateur operators in 36 states and in Canada and Alaska. MARY E, ELWELL DIES AT HOME Services to Be Held Tuesday Afternoon, Burial at Wesley Mary Elizabeth Elwcll, 73, died at her home, 321 .Fifth street southwest, at 1:20 o'clock Monday morning, following a long illness. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 38 years. Mrs. Elwell was born in Illinois, Nov. 14, 1865. She is survived by her husband, James Elwell and one son, Earl E. Brunes, Mason City, and one daughter, Maude L. Showalter, Santa . Monica, . Cal., and one grandson, Orval R. Taylor, Elmhurst, 111, and two great granddaughters. Three brothers, Frank Stewart, Mason City, William H. Stewart, Sanborn, Earl Stewart, Mankato, Minn., and two sisters, Mabel Casselman and Edith Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn.', also survive. Mrs. Elwell was a member of the Eastern Star, the Rebekahs, the White Shrine and the Church of Christ. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Major-Randall funeral h o m e , with the Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge. Burial will be at the Wesley cemetery. Driver Uses Tacks SAN DIEGO, Cal., (U.R)--Oscar S. Sachs bought a can of paint, some lumber and a tire patching kit when he repaired the damage done by an unidentified driver who smashed into his garage and then threw tacks on the road when Sachs attempted to capture him in his car. Life Lone ane! Happy DECOTO, Cal.. (U.R)--Paris Jasper Ferguson, 95, oldest resident of the Masonic home in this citv, will celebrate on April 14 the 65th anniversary of his marriage. His wife, Ruth, is 82. They "schoon- ered" across the plains in the gold rush days, and insist life has always been happy for them. Two Sisters Teach 90 Years PLATSBURGH, N. Y., (U.R)-- Graduation this summer will mean a combined total of 90 years of high school teaching Jor two sisters. Miss Grace E. Barker, who has advanced to vice principal, will retire with 50 years of service. Her sister, Gertrude, will end a 40 year career. ON A NEW 1939 TOflSTMfWER TOflSTER OR SET · Nowt For ihe first tim« you can trade in your old toaster, irrespective of it* age or make, and gel a $2.00 allowance on a gleaming new I9S9 Toastmaster toaster Th'a offer for a United li'me only. Come in today! DeLuxe Set $23.95 Standard Set $19.95 · Tontrain^r Taut '« J«, ; Set- »ZOO «»« Easy Terms -- Small Carrying Charge PEOPLES' GAS 6- ELECTRIC COMPANY CITES ROAD TO CITIZENSHIP Clerk of Courts Says Aliens Need Encouragement Few natives of the United States appreciate the blessings of citizenship or realize how much it means to those who spend money, time and effort to acquire it, Stanley MacPeak, Cerro Gordo county clerk of the district court, asserted in a North Iowa Forum speech over KGLO Saturday evening. He recited changes in the nat- uralization.laws as shown by the county's records which extend back to 1852 when Cerro Gordo county was formed from part of Franklin county- Friendly to Applicants The bureau of naturalization was was established by the U. S. department .of labor in 1906, he related. That bureau, as well as well as courts, are friendly to the applicant for citizenship, he asserted and want to see him admitted in so far as it is possible under the law. "The United States is the only one of the world powers where an alien may become ,a citizen as a matter of right," the speaker pointed out. "Other countries grant citizenship through a special dispensation process. Character Counts "Perhaps the main requisite before admission to citizenship is that the applicant establish by his witnesses that he is a person of good moral character, attached to the principles of the constitution and that he is not a believer in polygamy or anarchy. "In addition, he must know something of our forms of government so that he may vote intelligently if admitted to citizenship. His qualifications are determined in open court upon a day specified for that purpose. A class of 20 or more persons is coming "up for final hearing Before the court here on April 4." Applicants Neefl Help Some of the questions concerning the form and principles of our government which probably will be asked of the applicants were recited by the speaker. He closed with the plea that all take the same attitude as the naturalization bureau and the courts and aid worthy persons to become citizens. "There are many reasons why we should help them," he asserted. "The great majority of them are honest, sincere, hard working people who really appreciate our systems. If for no other reason, they should be citizens because they are here and it is better that they become good citizens than to leave them disintersted aliens. All Good Students "To assist them a school is being conducted five nights a week at McKinley school. The attendance is good and student applicants attending the classes in the past have never failed to be admitted to citizenship if their record and character is otherwise good. "They work and study hard and should be rewarded with citizenship for their very industry and sincerity demonstrate that they have the qualities of good citizens." University Becomes Big: City BERKELEY, Cal., (U.R)--With the registration at the University of California already 16,598 and virtually certain that it will be 17,000 next fall, the university bureau of administration has established that the population of the university now ranks numerically above S6.7 per cent of all the cities in the United States as listed in the 1930 census. Only 539 cities have a population exceeding Diamond Bros. TUESDAY SPECIALS Eckerson's GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 47 17C Scott Co. HOMINY, o[2--50 oz. Cans »-DC Royal Gem PORK and BEANS, -I |50 oz. Can IDC FIG BARS, Per Pound .. lOc Russet POTATOES, Per Peck 25c Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEli:, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 U you Co not receive your paper call 239- after 0 p. m. call 513-W Deadline for locals, classified, and dls- 5 £,?"" f 4 "· m - dau '- Th^tte pag« deatUlnt li 6 p. m. of the day betors publication. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-W INJUNCTION IS SERVED ON CITY Protests Opening of ·North First Street; Council to Protect CLEAR LAKE--The city of Clear Lake, through its officers, Ned Huntting, Ernest Anderson, P. C. De Bruyn, William Scherf and E. W. Winnie, councilmen, Dr. A. B. Phillips, mayor, and Ralph Ingersol, clerk, with John B. Whitaker, was served with an original notice of a petition for an injunction Saturday afternoon following the beginning of work in opening North First street from Jefferson to North streets Saturday morning. Plaintiffs named are John Kelroy, William C. Carroll, Mary D. Carroll, Minnie A. Troeger, Adellah V. Murphy, H. E. Freeman, D. E. Kenyon, Clara Dorchester, Anna L. Davenport and W. A. Wcstfall. .Will File Petition The notice reads as follows: "You and each of you are hereby notified that on or before the twenty-fifth day' of May, A. t., 1939, there will be filed in the office of the clerk of the district court in and for Cerro Gordo county, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiffs asking that you and each of you be enjoined from undertaking to take possession of a piece of land described as: "All that piece or parcel of land lying and being between the meander line of the waters of CJear Lake and the south by west boundary line of lots twenty-four (24) to thirty-three (33) both inclusive, in Isaac Whitakers Replat of block three (3) of the Original Plat of Clear Lake, Iowa, and from undertaking to use same or any part thereof as a street or to make any improvements theron for such purpose and to quiet title to said above described real estate." May Claim Damages "You are further notified that plaintiffs will claim damages from you in case you or any ol you interfere with the use of the above described real estate on the part of the plaintiffs or in case you put any improvements of any kind thereon pretending to act for the city of Clear Lake and thai upon trial plaintiffs will allege and claim that you have no rights of any kind or character in and to said land above described or any part thereof and plaintiffs will further assert that their rights from time of the giving of this notice are the same as though you had been enjoined from interfering with their right to the above described real estate." Vf. A. Westfall and Senneff and Senneff are attorneys for the plaintiffs. In a statement Monday Dr. Phillips said that it is the intention of the council to protect the interests of the city in this action. Luther League Holds Dinner Meeting at C. Estergard Home CLEAR LAKE--Luther League met Sunday evening at the Chris Estergard home with the Pocket Testament committee consisting of the Misses Kathleen Estergard, Ruth Elaine Jensen, Leona Eliasen and Irene Olson and Arthur Ashland in charge. Dinner was served at 6:15 o'clock after which a program was given. Miss Eliasen led devotions, Miss Jensen and Miss Olson presented the topic, "The Pocket Testament," and Mr. Ashland read "My Old Bible." Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller were sponsors and a social hour closed the evening. Plans were completed for the Easter sunrise prayer meeting. Paul Anderson's committee will be in charge of the April devotional meeting. * * * CHALLENGERS STILL AHEAD IN CONTEST The Challengers were still ahead of the Boosters in the contest being held by the Epworth League of the Methodist church Sunday evening with two more weeks to go. Homer Cobb led the lesson on "Jesus and the Cross." A cabinet meeting was planned at the parsonage Monday evening at which time plans to attend the district rally at Thornton were to be considered and arrangements made for a banquet to be held the week following Easter. * * * READS "THIRTF PIECES OF SILVER" Mrs. J. B. Calhoun read "Thirty Pieces of Silver" by Clarence Buddington Kelland for the program of the Congo club at its meeting held Sunday evening at the Congregational church. Connie Monaghen led devotions and plans were made to entertain the Pilgrim Fellowship of the Mason -ity church next week. The Trail Blazers met at the church Sunday afternoon with Clifton Comstock leading devotions and Mrs. Cal- noun presenting the lesson on "Learning to Share." A good attendance was noted. As an aid in fighting cancer, the Joliot-Curie cyclotron has recently been completed at the New College of France, for the production of artificial radium. Miss Evelyn Johnson to Direct Musical Program Presents Boys, Girls' Glee Clubs, Soloists in Pre-Contest Event CLEAR LAKE--Vocal music students at the high school directed by Miss Evelyn Johnson, will present a recital at the high school auditorium Tuesday evening, March 28, at 8 o'clock as a pre-contest concert. No admission will be charged and all who are interested are invited to attend. The boys' glee club will sing "De Animals A' Comin'" by Bartholomew, "On Great Lone Hills" by Sibelius, "Stouthearted Men" by Romberg and "March o£ the Musketeers" by Friml. "Within a Dreaming Harbor" by Cook, "Basque Lullaby" by Davis, "Deep in My Heart" by Romberg and "When Day Is Done" by Katcher will be sung by the girls' glee club. The mixed "chorus will sing "Bless the Lord, O My Soul" by* Ippopitof-Ivanof, Czecho-Slov- AX · j r--i x / akian Folk Song" by Krone, "Auf M a r r i e d 51 Years Wiedersehm" by Romberg and "Hospodi Pomilui" by Lvovsk The girls' sextet will present Robin in the Rain" by Cain, American Lullaby" by Rich anc "In the Still of the Night" by Cole Porter. Ray Davis will sing "On the Road to Mandalay" by Speaks as a baritone solo and Gilbert Luker "Shipmates O' Mine" by Sanderson as a bass number. MISS EVELYN JOHNSON Clear Lake Briefs Lenten Fellowship services will be held at the Methodist church Wednesday evening. Dinner wil be served at 6:30 o'clock. R. R. Rogers will arrange (he program for the Lions club luncheon at Legion hall Wednesday noon. George Wolfe, missionary, wil. conduct the Lakeside Bible study at the R. E. Nelson home Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Frank Allen will entertain the Lakeside Ladies aid at her home Wednesday afternoon. This is a postponed meeting. C. W. Butts for -well drilling pump, windmill repair. Ph. G06-W St. Mary's circle of the Catholic aid will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lester Bisgrove. Prayer meeting for the Bethlehem Lutheran congregation will be held at the home of the Rev S. M. Stenby, 400 West Division street, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o clock. Double M club was changed from the home of Miss Frances Vaughn to Miss Marguerite Winnie's home for Monday evening Mrs. \V. W. Fox went to DCS Moines Saturday to visit her brother, Alonzo Leach. She will also visit her sister, Mrs. Ray Smith, at Perry before returning home the last of the week. Colorful new rayon pajamas, sizes 14 to 42. Oluf T. Hansen Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeMoss and daughter, Betty, Mason City, were guests at the R. S. Esslinger home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullan and son, Bonnie, spent the weekend in Des Moines at the H. R. Esslinger home. The Rev. S. M. Stenby Is expected to arrive Wednesday from Minneapolis where he has been visiting his children several days Mrs. Ralph Carlock has returned from visiting her daughter, Mrs. "Hap" Fessler, who lives on a farm near Swalcdale. "Ambrose, the Magician," featuring ventriloquist humor and the Rope Act, greatest deception since Houdini, appears twice nightly at the Golf club--l(Jp. m. and 1 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rogers and Dr. and Mrs. Kingsley Rogers and son, Richard, returned Sunday evening from Minneapolis, Minn., where they spent the weekend at the home of the senior Mrs Rogers' sister, Mrs. W. B. Harrison. Miss Phebe Rogers, who had been in Minneapolis a couple of weeks, returned to her work in Chicago Sunday evening. The Dinner Dance club met at the Golf club Sunday evening for the usual program with Mrs. T. L Sears and Mrs. Leonard Mathers as hostesses. Mrs. Arnold Moeller and Mrs. Roscoe Miller will be hostesses lor the April session. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Grodland spent the weekend at the home of the letter's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Louis Joslin, Menlo. Mrs. Joslin, who has been ill since being injured in a fall, is better. The meeting- of the Women's Foreign M i s s i o n a r y society planned for Tuesday has been postponed until Wednesday afternoon when the regular April program will be given. Mrs. M. L. Nutty will lead devotions, Mrs. Walter Wood will present the les- on and Mrs. John Miles' committee will serve. The special Founders' day program wiU be given in April instead of this week. Miss Eunice Chism, Mason City, :alled Sunday afternoon at the G. U Patterson home to visit her grandfather, J. C. Chism, who is Dedfast following a second stroke ast November. He has been cared for at the Patterson home a year and a half. Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. Wells re- :urned Sunday evening from kittle Rock where funeral services for Mrs. Wells' father, M. M. CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. William Skinner, 500 East Bell street, marked their fifty-first wedding anniversary Monday "but held no formal celebration. They were married in Exeter, England, March 27, 1888, and came to Sheffield four years later. They farmed at Woden 21 years before coming: lo Clear Lake where they have livefl 19 years. Both are well and enjov. ins the evening of life. Wheatley, 83, were held Saturday afternoon. Later Mrs. Wells brothers, William Wheatley, Detroit, Mich., Matthew Wheatley Lapeer, Mich., and Paul Wheatley Flint, Mich., who had also attended the rites for their father stopped at the Wells home for a short visit and then continued on to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Salman and their son-in-law and daughter, all of Kansas City, Mo., came Saturday night and spent Sunday with Mrs. Batman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Steinkamp. Last week another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Waters, Minneapolis, Minn., spent the weekend at the Steinkamp home. Mrs. Steinkamp, who has been confined to her bed nine weeks following an attack of flu, was feeling much better Monday morning. airs. Wallace Chism and daughter. Penny Ann, Marble Rock, are spending several days with Mrs. Chism's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patterson. Last week Mrs. Chism spent a few days in Rochester, Minn., with a friend at the Mayo clinic while Penny Ann stayed with her grandparents. Mrs. Walter Scott, Perry, is spending several days visiting her friend, Mrs. C. E. Lantz. On Saturday Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Peter Knutson and Miss Florence Wai- berg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lantz to Minneapolis, Minn., for the day. The rummage sale held at the Legion hall by circle No. 6 of the Methodist aid Saturday was well patronized and proceeds amounted to $15. Mrs. Merle Grodland, chairman of the circle, and Mrs. B. B. Bailey, secretary, were as- sited by other members of the group. Roderick Matthews, Philadelphia, Pa., arrived Sunday morning to spend the day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Matthews. Other relatives who came to visit him were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Matthews, Strawberry Point, Dr and Mrs. M. L. Kutson, Elkader and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conklin and daughter, Osage. Dinner was served at noon and the time was spent in visiting. Roderick started home Sunday evening and the others returned to their homes late in the afternoon. Clear Lake Congratulates-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmoll, whose wedding anniversary was March 26. Mrs. Leonard Cash, whose birthday anniversary was March 26. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swan son, who were married March 26, 1919. J. E. Brown, whose birthday anniversary was March 27, 211 North Second street. Mr. and Mrs. William Skinner, ivhose 51st wedding anniversary was March 27. :ontralolil]oi,j jitraj »r« nevs hence laey are pnbUshtd without charge H possible sleuo Ebons your llemi to 239 the day before puoHcnllon. Don't feel proud because you cnoiv more than your wife. Her ack of knowledge may explain vhy she married you.--Lincoln Star. F, CLAYBERG, 61, DIES AT ALGONA Rites will Be Held at McCullough's on Wednesday, 2 O'Clock CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Frank C. Clayberg, 61, who died at the Kossuth county hospital, Algona, at 2 o'clock Monday morning following an illness of-several weeks, will be held at the McCullough funeral home in Algona at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Clayberg, who moved here from Grinnell two years ago, was employed as a linotype operator in the office of the Clear Lake Reporter until a few weeks ago when he resigned because of ill health. He is survived by his widow who resides at 200 South Oak street, and by two daughters, Mra. Earl Sprague, Algona, and Miss Harriett Clayberg, who is employed at Algona. ?rank Foster Kin Eiold Reunion at Family Residence CLEAR LAKE-- A family reunion was held at the home ft Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster Sunday with all their children together for the first time in 13 years. Their son, Harry Poster, and Mrs. Foster, with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster, Jr., and daughter, Shirley, all of Thornton, came Sunday to ·'isit with the sisters, Mrs. O. B. Jrotte, Spencer, Mrs. Ed Cheney, Froid, Mont., and Mrs. Eugene Hoffman, Oak Park, 111., who have been here several days. Another son, Ellis Foster, lives with his parents. Also present for the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Akers, Memphis, Tenn., who arrived Saturday afternoon, knowing nothing of the plans for a reunion. Mrs, Akers is a niece of Mrs. Foster, Sr. Both dinner and supper were served and the time was spent in visiting. Mrs. Hoffmann returned to her home Sunday evening and Mrs Cheney and Mrs. Grotte planned to start Tuesday morning. Mr. Cheneys sisters, Mrs. Leonard Cash and Mrs. Minnie Funt, were guests at the Foster home Friday evening. J · · * MRS. LEONARD CASH ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. Anton Park Is Hostess to Group in Home Project Work CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Anton Park entertained six women for the study of "Training the Appetite," the third phase of home project work Friday. After a discussion of the bulletins on the lesson Mrs. Fred Rosenau read "The Story of Opera" and synopses of the operas "Mignon," "Samson and Delilah," "The Barber of Seville," "William. Tell" and "Tales of Hoffman" and sang "Berceuse " Laurene and Lula Park danced the gavotte which was studied by the women and it was, announced that music from the operas studied will be presented by the Vance Music company over KGLO at 10:30 o'clock the mornings of March 31 and of April 8, 15, 22 and 29. Lunch was served at the close. Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Odd Fellows open meeting, I. O. O. F. hall, 8:30 o'clock. Boy Scout troop No. 17, Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Boy Scout troop No. 30, Methodist church, 7 o'clock. Double M club, Marguerite Winnie, 409 Henry street. Girl Scout troop No. 1, Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Tuesday--U. Y. B. Card club, Mrs. William McGowan, 304 Jefferson street. Priscilla club, Mrs. I. L. Paulson 409 North Third street Girl Scout troop No. 2, Junior high school, 4:15 o'clock. Grant, Clear Lake home project leaders, Mrs. Clarence Trego. Zion circle, Zion Lutheran aid Mrs. George Brazen, 221 South Second street. Hi-Lo Bridge club, Mrs. Merle Scanlon, North Second street Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O F hall, 8 o'clock. Hair Cut With Hat On BUTTE, Mont., (U.R)--The following story was "kept under the hat" for several days by both parties concerned. A customer with a betting complex entered a barber shop and said.- "I bet you $3 you can't cut my hair while I am wearing my hat." The barbe took the bet, and cut the man's hair so satisfactorily that the wager was paid. Trace of Early Man Found LINCOLN, Nebr., (U.R)--Fossil- ized bones of early man in Nebraska--a human jaw belie"ed to be 25,000 years old is now in the hands of C. Bertrand Schultz assistant director of the University of Nebraska museum. The find was made near Brandy in one of the Tn-county public power district's large canals.. Old Fashioned GLASSES detract from your appearance and may be interfering with your vision. Let us examine your eyes now! For Modern Glasses "See Wells and See Well" DR. L. A. WELLS OPTOMETRIST 110V~ North Federal ·n ; . Funt atld Mrs Hobert Miller were guests o£ the Laf-a-Lot club which met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Leonard Cash- in celebration of her birthday anniversary which \vas Sunday. A picnic lunch was served and a gift was presented [° Mrs Cash by the club. Mrs. H. H. Walrod will be the club hostess on April 3. Mrs. Cash was also the victim of a surprise party at her home Sunday when 20 relatives and friends came in to help celebrate her birthday anniversary. A picnic dinner which included a fine birthday cake baked by her sister, Mrs. Funt, was served and the afternoon was spent in visiting and playing Chinese checkers. Mrs. Cash received a number of gifts * * * TAVO CELEBRATE AT PATTERSON HOHME Miss Betty Jean Patterson and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Donald Patterson, celebrated their joint mrthday anniversary which will be March 28 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patterson Sunday Guests other than the honorees were Mr. Patterson and son, Don- rue Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Chism and daughter Penny Ann, Marble Rock. Dinner was served and the time was spent m visiting. Both received a number of gifts. Too Many "S's" Worry Navy MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD, Cal IW-- The navy doesn't like to have the names of its ships cluttered up with too many S's As a consequence when the new United States submarine "Swordfish" is launched here, on the S s m its name, U. S. S. Swordfish," will be eliminated. Just at present, it is not known just what S ' will be deleted. NOW! 1f* Co* ZHJJ, Located and Controlled Heat GET THE FACTS Our Special Showing Of NEW 1939 GAS RANGES Enjoy p«rf«ct control and propar location of h««t. Know that you can ha»« jurt ths right flams for ov«ry top. oi-stova cooking op.ration. £·"· "d«d, « h««t that hit. th« .pot". Seath.n.w Roper Gas Rarmw today, Havn ono irutall.cf whil. you san buy «o »a»iljr. PAY AS LITTU! AS Down a Month PIOPIZS'GAS (f ELECTBIC COMP.SXY

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