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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1939
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10 TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1939 5 , i ' GERMANS BUY MUCH WHEAT Barter Purchase of 100,000 Tons From Argentina Arranged BUENOS AIRES, ffi--With the I barter purchase of 100,000 tons of wheat, nazi Germany becomes a more serious contender in the race with Great Britain and the United States for Argentine trade, financial circles here said Tuesday. · The initial sale likely is only the [ first of a series by which Argentina hopes to dispose of a large part of her 5,000,000-ton wheat | surplus, these informants pre- ! dieted. ( A brief government communique Monday night announced that the i wheat and 8,000 tons of wool were ! being exchanged for 900 German I railway cars and 60 locomotives. ; The deal would total approxi- i mately 14,000,000 marks ($5,600,- j 000.) Semi-official sources said that i the sale--the communique avoided the word barter--was on the basis of 60 pesos (§18.72) a ton, or 10 pesos (S3.12) a ton below the present posted price. Negotiations have teen under ·way lor some time and it was predicted last week, with Qerman absorption ot former Czecho-Slovak, Bohemia and Moravia, that Argentine sales to Germany would increase, j Foreign observers noted also \ that Argentina was the foremost j opponent of any anti-aggression i pact that might be interpreted as 1 aimed at European nazi-fascist na- I tions, at the Pan-American conference in Lima last December. "Mother-In-Law House' - cle , Ve r C ° Uage S!ight " ! 1Ired of apartment life and who '" f e e l l n ? - d o e s n o t want larger household It makes you think immediately of flower-filled dooryards and cottage gardens. Little homes of this kind are often STALKS FROM HOUSE SESSION Tension Heightens When Judd Attempts to Bar Lobbyists DES MOIKES, (fP -- Tension heightened in the Iowa house Tuesday afternoon when Representative William Judd (R) Clinton, left the house chamber in anger after attempting to bar lobbyists and visitors from the house floor during debate over the truck bill. j Judd invoked house rule 64 to ! bar visitors. Representative C. I'. Pine (H) Columbus Junction, asked that' Stephen Robinson, a state commerce commission attorney for 11 years/be allowed to sit at his side as a "technical adviser" during the ··-"".- " --..-..,...- ""- " ' " - " ( p n s v e amusingly called mother-in-law problem houses . . . and are ideally built The plan includes all the es- pn as supplementary to larger j sentials, compactly arranged-a houses, either to provide for a living room , member of the family who wants 1o be near the rest and yet have peace and privacy, or as guest houses, or for the young married son or daughter just going to housekeeping on a small part of the larger farm property, bein. disappearing bed alcove, a bathroom, kitchen and dining nook, and little porch. Only -JO feet wide, such a house cou!d be located on a small city lot and prove inexpensive to build and to maintain. Made of hv'ihVrr ^i"*VMi'" t","° cia P boai " ds or shingles, it would by themselves and still not too be easily added onto room by lar away from the old home. | room as you might wish in time In the larger cities, the single to include one or two full-sized businessman or woman who is ! bedrooms adjacent to the bath debate. Judd objected to Robinson's presence. Representative H. E. Morrow (R) Hopkinton, moved that Robinson be permitted to remain. Judd thereupon withdrew the motion, said he was "leaving the house," and walked out of the chamber. Woolstock Farmer Arrested on Charge of Drunken Driving CLARION--Clifford Spires Woolstock, farmhand, was arrested Saturday in Clarion by city police on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Spires is in jail awaiting hearing! Re-Elected Head of Clear Lake Schools of JUDGMENT FOR BLOKER GIVEN Decision Is Made by Judge Beardmore After Hearing Case NORTHWOOD-- Judgment i n the sum of $975 was awarc i ec i R ay Bloker of Kensett, by Judge T. A. Beardmore, in district court here Monday afternoon in Bloker's suit against Emmet Stock of Manly, trial of tlie case having been completed last Friday afternoon. Bloker claimed the sum of SL- 100 in his original petition alleging Stock had failed to account for profits due Bicker on a magazine sales crew business operated by Bloker and Stock from June, 1936, to Dec. 14 ot that year. Credits were later allowed for supplies furnished by Stock, the amount I arrived at by attorneys for the [ plaintiff in setting forth their pleas { at the close of the evidence being $985.40. Judge Beardmore reduced [ the amount to an even §975. The law firm oE Sabin and Sa- , - t _..^« lilct ,. Jls OI ule ooar{ | , bin, assisted by Floyd E. Ensign, i education held Monday evenin all of Northwood, represented the ! *" " plaintiff, H. D. Kepler, Northwood, j and B. C. Sullivan, Rockford, were j Do You Suffer from Nerves? *ft?t#.£ «!ds in of t:red, weak, n e r v o u s \vomen have been helped ii regain sirengln hy I)r, Picrce's Favorite Prescription. Tt stimulates the appetite anri increase-* ibc flon- of gastric juice, ant! so aid* di- S«*iion oi food. Thaj it help,« supply t h e body with strength anti energy, i-£ {i Mrs. -·'---;, 4 -' « E St.. Rutcnso'ii. KanV, didn't rest well at nigh7. sad ITU iVWjfc »nd hjcd all the rresc-iptmn . . T)r. increased i p m n increase i3jr appetite. lielpcd. to sirenglhcii me and relieved roc of that tiicd, wrakrcul cpnditiorj." Bir» it in I quid or tablet., from your drosit'ijt lu- AJJ-. ^cvr me. honid $1.00. tablets 50c. CLEAR LAKE--Supt. T. G Burns was re-elected superin-' f c n d e n t of t h e C l e a r L a k e schools for a three year term at a called meelinf? of the board of All olhcr teachers of the school were also re-elecfed to their present positions ami will be tendered contracts before school closes tliis week for spring vacation. Acceptance of contract must be indicated soon after school re-convenes. attorneys for the defendant. Woodsman Strangely Hurt . .GRONLID, Sask., (U.P.) -- When Andrew Kaiser was felling trees and cutting them into tie lengths T ~~7 he suddenly fell to the ground un- i AttOlTieV 101" conscious. Recovering conscious- (,, n J "'"*ness he found he was spattered Karlf fa WnvU" with blood, suffered · a severe I u d C K K V V O r K headache and was minus nine front teeth. His lips were not touched. Unable to explain the freakish happening, Kaiser believes he was shot. i Is Elected Mayor MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 U you Co not receive y o u r papej cali 239* alter 6 p. m. call J13-W Deadline for locals, classified, and au- Play ads ts II a. m.. ctaily. Thcsue paj« dcadlln* ii 6 p. m. of lh« day betois publication. ODD FELLOWS HEAR LEADERS Officials Speak at 25th Anniversary of Dedication of Hall Miss Emma Hoots Weds at Little Brown Church Becomes Bride of Cecil Cox in Single Ring Ceremony CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Emma CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. Gor- ' " oots . Rockwell, became the bride don Dale Cox. Ottumwa, grand i °[ Cecil Co.x. Clear Lake, at the master of Iowa: William Huffman. I ~! u ! e Brown church near Nashua the program at the open meetin o£ the Odd Fellows celebration of responsibilities finds a cottage of this kind in a convenient neighborhood a boon and the involution of the living the 25th anniversary of the dedication of their building held Monday night at I. O. O. F. hall. Musical numbers on the program were presented by children from the I. O. O. F. homes at Mason City and consisted of duets, "1 Like Mountain Music" and "Home on the Range," by Betty French and David Bruce, a solo. "Gold Mine in the Sky" by Miss French i ceremony. Later 1 a solo, "Martens and the Carp" by ! ne . r was served to Mr. Bruce and n song "Redhead 7 ' I f " ett TMi at the llc bv Jov-fp Rirri Mrs - Hoots. blue gown with black accessories and a corsage of red roses. Bliss Harms wore a rust colored dress with brown accessories and also wore roses. Sir. and Mrs. Fred Hoots, Rockwell, parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cox, Clear Lake, parents of the bridegroom, were among those present at the ceremony. Later ;i wedding din- 40 relatives and TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE. Circulation Home Phone 513-W RELATIVES FETE LAKE COUPLE Mr., Mrs. E. C. Kudej Honored at Home on 25th Anniversary CLEAfi LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. t.. C. Kndej were pleasanth prised at their home. by Joyce Bird. Three Degrees Given The Hampton team gave a drill for the entertainment of guests and the Mason City staff put on third degree work just previous to the open meeting. During Ihe afternoon the Hampton team put on first degree and Clear Lake second degree work. Dancing till midnight followed the program. Art Jorgenson's orchestra furnished the music. lomc of Mr. and After April 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cox will be at home on a farm two miles east and two and n hall miles south of Clear Lake. Clear Lake Briefs large crowd was in attendance and light refreshment.-; were served. Add New Members The drive for memberships which preceded the celebration re- Mrs. Frcil W. Peterson will be hostess to tlie "Do Your Bit" club at her home Thursday with Mrs. . i Clarence Borton and Mrs. Albert ;, j Huber arranging the program MRS. CECIL COX Kayenay engraving Phillips and son, Bobby, who had been visiting at their home several days. Town-send club is scheduled to meet Friday evening at -the home of Mrs. Ollie Peterson, 301 Clark e i Third street, Monday _ sur- BOO North evening MRS, G.E, PUNKE REVIEWS BOOKS Writings Pertaining to Medical Men Are Presented For Club CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. G. E. Punke reviewed "The Horse and Buggy Doctor" by Arthur Hertzler and "Doctor, Here's Your Hat" by Dr. Joseph A. Jerger for the program o£ the Library Heading club which met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. E. Mallory with 19 members present. The former book is an intimate and humorous story of an American country doctor who began his career 40 years ago under conditions of pioneer hardships and is today a colorful figure in the -iieciical world and head of the Hertzler clinic at Holstead, Kalis. Doctor Jergen, author of the ---- ... ~.._r, xjaiii^i, vcniura mason City, Kanawha and Clear Lake came to help them celebrate then- 2qth wedding anniversary which was March 25. The eve- in visiting and ning was spent at a lunch when s V , ,, , ; ; · / ] ,, TV cvcnI "S JJoctor Jergcn. author of the Forest r«v r-» relatives from] latter book, began his practice as *oiebt City, Garner, Ventura, Ma- a family doctor in Waterloo with the senior Dr. Fullerton and is today a well known Chicago surgeon. He feels the medical profession is handing the family doctor his hat and showing him the door. An interesting sidelight is the fact that Mrs. E. K. Green, a member of the club, is personally acquainted with Dr. Fullerton. Mrs. Green gave the final chapter of the serial, "The Change," which the club members have been writing. Mrs. Punke will be hostess April 10 with Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mrs. Sam Kennedy presenting slides showing "Cherry Blossom Time in Washington." CLUB STUDIES NATIONAL LEGENDS Mrs. Edith Naylor led the lesson on "Legends of Our Country" a unc which the guests had brought was served. The refreshment table vyas centered with a large two- tiered wedding cake baked by Mr. Kudej's sisters and topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom Mr. and Mrs. Kudej -, were pre- a purse and silverware in honor of their anniversary The courtesy was arranged by Mrs KAide.i's sister, Mrs. Orviile John- Sion, Garner. * * » MR. AND MRS. CHKIS RO1VE OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY street. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rowe Chan- ? on P." Le gends of Our ., The condition of Mrs. Oliver I in former Lake residents 1'eot f ° r . tne program of the Progress Brager, who is at Mercy hospital, °P eri house Saturday in celebra- , " met Mon day at the Mason City, was satisfactory tio n of their 54th weddimr anTM. ° me ° r M V. S - B - H - Matthews Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. AV. Beed. Jones apartments, returned Monday from 'go, many messages of congratulation Mrs. J. C. Norris and Mrs7 Leo Siting arc the serving committee. Kota.ry club wili meet at the I O. O. F. hall Thursday for the usual noon luncheon. iu, icLuiucu munuuy iiom i -- " J "i-^as^ UL congratulation ------ ,,,,, II]., where they had spent I ;}" om friends. On Sunday a cele- a few days on business and in vis- 1 oration of the birthday annivcr- St. Kifa's circle of (he Catholic d will meet Thursday at the "~- ' Mrs. P. W. Crawford for suited in 18 new members as well as several by transfer and re-instatement being added. The lodge ! now has approximately 200 bers. Carl Tompkins ^eci teams in itic arive , es for members and \V. H. Ward was Vi,.. t- ,, ,, , chairman of the general commit- ,,., ,-,' ~ °' koofcmau. assisted tee on the celebration. I {£,, R ' , "I" ?°° k ' vvl11 ontoi ' tai n The I. O. O. F. hall was dedi- | '0,- ^ Thursday altercated 2a years ago with an indebt- I ^ edness of $30,000 which has now ! Dres s teen reduced to 56,500. pproximatelv 200 mem- " * ,,· i j , *- lawioL 'O «°r Johannessen and T. W. I phiifn p i ^^ lune . he .°"- M «- led teams in the drive ,TM llp Fulle 'Sh is assisting hos- »·« :inH W H \V:ivrl ,,·:.= -J -- lip for Easter--our stock I is complete. Nichols Shop. i Twentieth Century club will hold a luncheon at the home of Mrs. H. H. Crane Thursday afternoon. Mesdames P. P. Walker Guy Wisgerhof, T. E. Sondrol. C A Knutson, H. E. Freeman and Lnme are tlie committee and Mrs ^, Jos 'yn will lead the lesson on -The Country Kitchen/' This is a postponed event *» ^^**zi ;- t G*;: j ,,£·£ t " h ?s£^£ **·* CS^^U^'V'ctt he cr^nt^vfu° ^ April 4 to participate in the fourth day aftemoon at thl i^Im f AT"' annual vocational discovery pro- A * B Pmlhp s V ; I f , Mr? w w ject of the college. The trip is! Choate leading e k^son i sponsored by Die Grinnell Alumni "American Folk Songs - , o n °" association and is for the purpose c( -* - -- ' David Barber Will Visit Chicago on College Project CLEAR LAKE--David Barber. sou of Mrs. F. A. Barber, 110 Lin- iting. Mrs. Albert Foss, Springville, Minn., is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Liesenberg, 401 South Second street. Georsre Polhcmus, who is an inspector for the Iowa State Highway commission, was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Adams Monday evening. Mrs. Frank Cookman was a guest of her life-long friend, Mrs. Grant McGowan, Mason City, Tuesday, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Cookman. The Rev. Sherman Nyhus will preach at the regular prayer meeting service at the Gospel Tabernacle Wednesday evening. Sirs. Eugene Grimm, 414 North Fifth street, has returned from spending several months in southern Missouri and Kansas. - o£ their son-in-law. Charles Hemm. was held home with more at the Rov.'e guests and a , . n n , n i i j i t r XtHibl birthday dinner. William Hemm son of the honoree. played the saxophone during the dinner 301 and h aani- = M U 1 1 1 1 £ I H C Q hour. Mrs. Ollie Peterson Clark street, daughter of Mi- Mrs. Rowe, attended both ,,.,,,,- versanes, returning home Monday. Clear Lake Calendar ENTERTAINS FORMER SCHOOLMATES AT PARTY Mrs. I. W. Lakore entertained a a-oup of former schoolmates from Howan at her home Saturday evening complimentary to Miss Frances Farran of "Rowan" teaching this year at who is Oelwein. try forming interesting phases of national folklore and history from references. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol will · be hostess April 3 with Mrs. Ida !, C. Campbell and Mrs. William On- t leading the lesson on "War Propa- ·' ganda." * * * MISS KATURYX WOOD WINS BRIDGE PRIZE Miss Kathryn Wood won high score prize at bridge at a meeting I of the Double M club held Mon- 1 day evening at the home of Miss Marguerite Winnie. Plans were made to join with another club in a dinner dance to be held soon. Refreshments were served with an Easter theme predominating in the table appointments and menu. Miss Frances Vaughn will entertain April 10. of permitting the student to determine for himself what the aver Steer strayed off "reservation, iinder read ad--restoration! Commercial club will meet in I age businessman demands of pros- I ,.,,,,,, , ! , ~ . " -- ..... " pective employes in the way of | TM?P . i sessl .°n Thursday evening. preparatory training. While in j ',,,, P Y" w i" bc . announced later. Chicago the students will inter- ," t °,,, ° ? r Blt club "'"' hold the view leaders in most business and it ,i.p V. y ?? r ' nS V° f the season · professional fields. Material ga th- ,, ri ? Mrs- Frcd w - Petcr - ered will bc incorporated in the I " °c ' course of studv. i . , Other North lowans who will i Th! make the trip are Harold High, i ; " ! Charles City, and Hurold Seeger and Arleigh Holstad, Northwood. t ( . , '· ^"ffarels Guild wilt meet ,, rf T ° f Mrs ' Jolm W - Cole y for a " afternoon of sew- Tuesday--Tina Rebekah lodge, I O. O. F. hall, 8 o'clock. Vocal music hour, high school, 8 o'clock. Wednesday--St. Mary's c i r c l e , Catholic aid. Mrs. Lester Bisgrove, 410 Clara street. Do Your Bit club. Mrs. Fred W, Peterson, day meeting. Lenten Fellowship s e r v i c e . Methodist church, b':30 o'clock. Lions club, Legion hall, 12-15 o'clock. 1 Lakeside Bible study, R. E. j Nelson home. 8 o'clock. } Lakeside Ladies aid, Mrs. Frank Allen. ! Women's Foreign Missionary society. Methodist church, 2:30 o'clock. -- --" ....^ j-^cab ut ^jeiwem four tables of bridge were played and lunch was served. Miss Farran returned to Oelwein Sunday evening after spending the weekend at the Lakore home ·~ * * PRANCES JANE REPP HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY to F r?.f c? ? Jane Repp entertained 12 little friends at a party at the home of her grandmother. Mrs S. D. Drake after school Monday in honor of her sixth birthday anniversary. The time was spent in Dlaymg games and lunch, including birthday cake, was served Frances Jane received a number of gifts from the children. Thieves Diy Up Orchard // '. SLITTER 6lTY, · Cal* ' U.R)ii' ;i Crime has developed a new field of activity in California. It is that of digging up and carrying away orchards which can be quickly replanted somewhere else. W. H McPhen-in lost 21 almond trees in one night--all of them of expensive varieties. Need Revision Among things that never seem quite the same after tlie experts have taken them apart and put them back together are car carburetors and a governor's budget --Slanitou-oc Herald-Times. . ,, ,, , , . ,, ' ,,, ' na ? IlDnicr Grimm arc j Clear Lake Cleveland Sees 2 Million CLEVELAND, Ohio. (U.PJ--Har- old H. Burton, mayor of Cleveland, has predicted that the city will reach the 2,000,000 population mark by 1365. Recent census estimates show 1,250,000 persons in Greater Cleveland, and 925,000 exclusive of 43 suburbs. I . »;--A. M. Miller, i who was attorney for the "back to work movement at the Mayta" \\ashing Machine factorv durin" last summer's labor difficulties was elected mayor of Newton in one of the biggest election votes in the city's histoi-v. Miller defeated John Herbst a I former Maytag factory manager, by a 2,008 to 1.394 plurality. Miller's entire ticket was also! elected. j Boy Scouts Prepare j for Camp Roosevelt; | Merit Badge Show CLEAR LAKE--Preparations to j f " n J?" a n d is now at his home' go to Camp Roosevelt which opens . io V th Fourth street, where he its 1939 session July 9 were made 's getting alonj; nicely although by Boy Scout troop No. 17 at its p m quite weak. He suffered a City Mondw"afte7n^' ihc has two brothers. EIcc. pump service. ,vell repair i Mavch 2B and dnlling. Art Butts. Ph -24-\V A. B Knutson from Mercy , , now at his homel FLUSH KIDNEYS OF POISONS AND STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell, whose 39th wedding anniversary was h Mr lst J. B. birthday ufson was dismissed i ?! st , b '' r " lday hospiial, Mason City March 28 is now at his home! ""', .^!' a , nk I by Boy Scout troop ! meeting at junior high Patterson, whose anniversary was Cookman. whose anniversary was 100% PURE BULK, PKG. Lard ^ ;lb, 7c Buy the Good Kind FRESH, PURE PORK Country Sryle p ound Sausage. 13c TENDER MADE PORK CUTLETS 16c Large, Small Pound Wieners 15c Vi Pound Package Bacon . . . lOc Jcicy --· ^ - -? -- w * mar-* m x^ Veal CHOPS, STEAKS Summer SAUSAGE I",r Tender BEEF ROAST Lean Pork Shoulder Roast Veal SHOULDER ROAST 15 Foncy, Sliced Baby Beef Ib Liver.... ijc Tender Mutton 3 Lbs. Chops . . . 25c Real Etiquette Problem While the king and queen are here, what's a good way to cover up the break, if a forgetful Baltimorean cracks. "I knew your sister-m-Iaw well? rl --Milwaukee Journal. Mrs. C. E. Wells, whose birthday anniversary was March 28. .·signaling ils first choice for 1 demonstration and angling second. ' An overnight hike will be a fea- ! turc of lh e ^P vacation. Mem- DIAMOND Bros. WEDNESDAY SPECIALS B. CORN FLAKES 25c 3 Large Boxes ROYAL ANNE C H E R R I E S Cons ........... 49C SLICED PEACHES No. 10 TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT Per Dozen ....... 25c COBBLER POTATOES p«k 23c Live a Healthier. Happier, Longer Life Thousands ot men and \vomcn vrondcr -liy backache bothers them-- why they ve to visit Uic bathroom often at night - * --why flou- is scant}* and sometime* smarts anti burns, Any one of ihese symptoms maj- mean that your kidneys and bladder need attention now before these minor symptoms may develop into serious trouble. lo flush out excess waste poisons and acid Crom kidneys, soothe your irritated bladder and put more healthy activity into them. Ret a 3-i-ccnt PAckace of GOLD 1IEDAI, Haarlem Cap'ula and take as directed. This harmless, tried and true mctli- emc gives results--you should feel better m 3 fe«- day?, as this effective diuretic and kidney stimulant drives excess uric acid It-am the body \vhtch is often the JESrav.-ition of joint agony, sciatica and non'l be an EASY MARK and accept a subslitnte-- Ask tor Gold MHil ]ln r - Icm Oil Capsules--rijht from Hairlera in Kultand. GET GOLD .MEUAL-lhc o,il- nal--the tcnuinc. Look (or Ihd Gold 3Itc!al on the box--;« ccnls. -. --.*...,., b n uuijui ope lion. He is getting along nicely. "Ambrose^ the Magician," fea- Rope Act, bers of troop No. 30 took several hikes over the past weekend and plan a troop hike soon. . --·· * * I CO.S'TIXtiE WORK IX j SPORTS, GAME FIELD 1 Dorothy Ann Crane. Lola Mac i Kimbail and Wilma Jean Fankell j continued work in the sports and a mo 01 birthdav anniversaries games field to become second class Mr. Wells' was March n M?Girl Scouts at the meeting of j Wells' March 28 and Mr Browrfs troop No. 1 at junior high school) was March -7 HI o w n s Monday evening. The session! Mr. and Mrs. Lcc Tcnold -«-- Uem\ are n : published without please phone Torcr item* to i;: (lie day before pcbHcatlon. Emmetsburg League eatest deception since! T. ~° -- w "6" ^ ^^'IT ·' ! Meets on Thursday Mr. and IUrs. C. E. Wells ivere amner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J E ' «-°6"«; ui me oeinany Lutheran Brown Sunday evening in honor of i church will hold a social meeting a t ) - i j - » / - f I-.; ,-*·!-, j - , : F * T . _ . . I T ^ I , ° opened with dancing and playing . "The Musical Chair.'' Plans were ; made for a ceremonial meeting f April 11 and for bird hikes during spring vacation. . - . . _ have had an . at the EMMETSBURG -- The Luther of the Bethany Lutheran in the church basement on Thursday evening beginning at 8 o'clock. A Bible camp program will be held, with pictures of last year's Bible camp at Lake Okoboji being shown. Refreshments will be WE HANDLE RgAXDED QUALITY REEF AIATA. NATIONAL IARKET 205 N. federal Phone 63 . - - . . _ ..», v . x ... n^Jtiiiniciit, JL inC' ^·· v "* 11 * iit,n cotiiiiems \vill DG home ot Mrs. Frank Cookman 223 I served at the conclusion of the South Third street, all winter P r °gram. plan to move to their home across Candidates Files Early LINCOLN, Nebr.. lu.R^ohn G. Monday' oore took no chances on the lake April 2. Frances Jane Repp celebrated her sixth birthday anniversary , . . . . o n a y a n y Moore took no chances on tiling j several little friend* for a oartv too late for Nebraska's 1340 pri- J ames Kern, who is at Park mary election. He listed his candi- hospital, Mason City with , dacy for the University of No- broken hip, is getting along braska boar - o e n p, s getting along ntolv braska board of regents one year Weights were removed from hi s ' and j^days in advance of the fil- leg Monday. "- raovea lroIT1 hls ing deadline. First Aid Promised Tourists HALIFAX, N. S., (U.PJ--The St. | Dale Snydcr. who had been at 1 Mercy hospital. Mason C i t y several weeks with pneumonia j has been dismissed and is now ( Spring Bazar to Be atTitonkaAprillS TITONKA -- Committees have been appointed, and plans are being made for the annual spring bazar sponsored by the Ladies' Aid society of the Doan Methodist church. The date for the bazar is Tuesday, April 18. Sugor Cured, Sliced 5-Ib. Box Bacon In 1-lb. Layers High Qualify Pounc Summer -4 t" Sausage ID Youn 9- Tender. Not Too Fat. CHOPS or ROAST Fat. m\f _ U.7 /zC Young, Tender, Leon Pork Good Quality Sirloin Sirloin *| f\ Steak Ifr Pound . Mr. and r · ·· · · "·· '""·'-- il " : oi, nas oeen dismissed and f° h " aAm j! ul ? nc . c association hopes at the home of his parents, to have first aid posts in opera-! Mrs. George Snvder -dn !TM',"ti, tion along main highways of the j Center street i5nacr ' -°° South province by the time the summer ! Dr. and Mrs ,' season is at its peak, according to , Lieut.-Col. E. ! ary secretary. i ti, 0. re- Mrs. Ailan I istencc. German Club Disbands CLEVELAND, Ohio, (U.P.)-- The Unterstitzungsverein, a German- American club once one of the largest fraternal groups in this city, has dissolved after 66 years Haddock Fillet Perch Fillet Sable Fish Pound 15. 5 Halibut Steak or Fancy Salmon Pound 19. Fresh MINCED HAM or Pan Souse Pound f Good | Pound Boiling Beet j FOOD HAXOLCT WITH RESPECT I -- jf« j

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