The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 4
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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\ FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 7 H 1933 ' 9 ' 3 jL_ NATIONAL GUARD CHIEF REPORTS Leach Says Lack of Funds, Instructors Deficiency in 7th Corps. ''·' By KUBY A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--Harmonious re- Cations between the Iowa national guard unit, the state, and the various components of tie U. S. army were ctted by chief of the national guard bureau, Ma;). Gen. George Leach, in his annual report. General Leach says: "From corps area reports the national guard bureau concludes that the national guard is everywhere in a gratifyingly healthy state. Certain deficiencies now existing will rapidly decrease in importance as economic conditions improve." Lack oE Funds. · The report Indicated that the lack of regular army instructors and of funds to enable them to travel in pursuance of their duties or to conduct correspondence course instruction was the chief deficiency in the seventh corps area, which Includes Iowa. Distinct progress in the art of command was reported by the commander of the seventh corps area. - With an enlisted strength of 3,715 officers and men on June 30, 1933, Iowa was 47 men under quota. Only four of the states and territories reported being over quota. ' Of the 3,715 guardsmen in Iowa, 266 are officers, four are warrant officers, and 3,4.45 are enlisted men. The state's quota Is 269 officers, four warrant officers and 3,489 enlisted den. 5177,147.80 Spent, . In the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, $177,147.80 was spent on the national guard in Iowa. A total of 3,114 men attended the field training camp and target range at Camp Dodge in 1933, according to the annual report. Sixty-eight Iowa national guard officers have attended service schools in the years from 1920 through 1933. General Leach says that "benefits derived by the guard from the attendance of selected officers and men at the various service schools is reflected to a marked degree in the state of training of the national guard. Ayrshire Public Hears American Legion Story From Dolliver and HaU AYRSHIRE, Dec. 6'.--The newly revived post of the American. Legion sponsored a meeting here las ' night'which was'largely attended by service men and the public. ! Addresses setting forth the high points of the Legion's program were given by J. I. Dolliver of Fort Dodge, eighth district commander, and W. Earl Hall of Msaon City, past department commander. Father William Mason, eighth district chaplain, introduced the speak- iers and the musical numbers and John Watling of Cylinder had charge of arranging the program. Henry Danowitz, one of the community's two Civil war survivors, occupied a position of honor on the platform. Lonerock, Fenton and Burt Will Give Plays LONEROCK, Dec. 7.--Lonerock high school is joining Burt and Fenton In presenting a series of one act plays. The plays will be presented at Burt, Friday evening at Lonerock Tuesday evening Dec. 12, and at Fenton Thursday evening, Dec. 14 "Rats" the play that Lonerock wil give will be presented by Verne Dacken, Dorothy Bierstedt, Jack Tibbets and Dorothy Docken. Mrs. Peters Funeral Conducted at Ackley ACKLEY, Dec. 7.--Funeral services for Mrs. John Peters, who died Monday at her home in Ackley fol- ' lowing a fingering illness of kidney trouble, were conducted this afternoon at,the home and at the First Evangelical church, the Rev. F. W. Wendland in charge. Mrs. Peters, ·was born April 13, 1866 at Hohen Selehow, Pommerian, Germany and at 19 came to America with an aunt and uncle and settled in Ackley. She and her husband lived on a ; farm for 40 years and retired 10 years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Charles Roegner' and Mrs. Frank Roegner, Geneva, three eons, Edward of Hampton, John and . Clarence of Ackley. Her husband, 11 grandchildren, one great grandchild, one brother in Whcnton, Minn., and one sister in Germany, '. survive. Mrs. Whitlatch Named Butler Red Cross head ALLISON, Dec. 7.--The Butler ' county Red Cross met at the Allison ^Legion hall Tuesday and elected: ! Mrs. O. L. Whitlatch, Allison, county chairman; Mrs. Mark Newberry, Allison, secretary, and F. C. Voights, ·Allison, treasurer. Town chairmen named were: Mrs. Paul Ford, Dumont; Mrs. D. H. Pellatler, New Hartford; Mrs. B. B. Lindaman, Arlington; Mrs. Charles Reid, Park- ersbur.-; Miss Ida Henke, Greene; Mrs. F. W. Witt, Shell Rock; Mrs. Ernest Roberts, Clarksville; Mrs. 'Darwin Newbury, Bristow; Herman Eeints, Kesley; Mrs. A. D. Allen, Aredale. It was voted that no one employed on the CWA should receive Red Cross aid while thus employed. Tubular s t e e l frame. Bell, rear steps. Rubber tires. Special saddle. Cries, moves her eyes. Lovely lashes. Turns . her head. Fully dressed r Men's Shirts Plain or fancy cotton broadcloth, full 'cut and well tailored. Buy a supply at this price. Table Cloth Something for her table! 42-inch square linen cloth. D a s h i n g striped borders. FREE TUBE or Liberal Trade-in Allowance 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 7, S, 9 With Every Riverside Mate or De Luxe Tire! . . . Don't miss this opportunity! Just for three days, you will get one of our regular Riverside Tubes absolutely free with every Mate or De Luxe Tire you purchase! Clear savings ranging to as high as §2.90 for each Tire! Buy your new Tires for winter during this special three-day offer--it won't be repeated for a long time! Convenient Payments Instant Dialing 1 , no numbers to remember 12-inch Speaker. Licensed by R. C. A. Boys* Mittens Lined Horschldo 59c Fleecellned tan hors chide. Elastic web wrist. Ages 5 to 13. Cape Gloves girls' Slips Rayon Taffeta . Bias-cut," l a c e trimmed. Pink, white, aizes 12, 16. For gifts. For Dress $1.29 Warmly f l e e c e lined, one clasp. Black, b r o w n . Men's, 8 to Capeskin Gloves For Gifts Holiday Ties Men's Blazer Cossack Style $2.49 Smart adjustable type. Navy blue. Notch lapel. Sizes 36 to 46. Boys' Blazers Suede' For Men Exceptional values.'. -Mew ' pat.- terns in handmade, m a r g i n lined ties. $1 pr. Leather gloves, tailored or with scalloped cuffs. Black, colors. New Waffle Iron Electric 1 Makes waffles med- J»-I 1 Q ium, light or dark .. V 1 · 1»» Black grain leather shoes. Aluminized tubular f r a m e s . Steel blades. Gift Handbags $1 Elastic b o t t o m with slide fastener. Navy blue. Sizes 8 to 18. Warm Blankets ··*!·*· P l a i d "Fleecydowns" woven of soft, fluffy cotton. Pastel shades. A grand gift for all. Boys* Helmets With Goggles 50c Leather - suede cloth linings. Detachable goggles. Black. 'Kerchiefs For Men 3 Jor 49c Give him a useful gift -- white 'kerchiefs with initial. Fine Sheets 81x09 Inch Longwenr Ward'g QO price «Jw*»ea. Full bleached, white cotton muslin. Torn ends for straight hems, and tape salvage edges for strength. 'Kerchiefs For Women 3 f 0r 39c D a i n t y white 'kerchiefs, hand embroidered in colors. Real value. Electric Iron Chrome-plated $3.49 Adjustable automatic. Bevel sole p l a t e . Lifetime element. Low Priced Gorgeous n e w bags for gifts . . . simulated leather grains. All colors. Silk Scarfs For (Sifts «/*»C each Beautiful Christmas scarfs of printed silks or fleecy wools. Gift Handbags Vnluo Priced 50c She'll appreciate a good bag. Simulated leather, 12 new styles. Double Toaster Nickel Plated Toasts sandwiches, d»-| O grills eggs, etc ...... «tJ..£» 7-lb. Roaster Blue Enamel Solid walnut--at the price you'd expect to -_pay for ordinary wood. Choice of 7 styles! $1 Self basting lid: r a i s e d bottom and gravy rim. Easy to wash. Durable! Gift Sweaters A Sensible Santa Will Buy SomethingSheReally Needs Always . Welcome! Rayon Lingerie SO Heavy rayon and dark imported l a c e s t h a t radiate "Expensiveness." Tailor- e d bloomers a n d v e s t s , lace trimmed bloomers and panties t h a t fit without a wrinkle. Grand for Gifts 1 Dainty Silk DANCE SETS .00 For 1's to S'a 59c AH wool slipovers. Knit-in des i gns; m a n y styles, Pink, blue, white. Our Popular "Sj'Ivanin." Tub Prints Table and 4 chairs iu solid oak, or enameled hardwood. A gift that will last for years. A value we cannot duplicate. F i r m weighted silk crepe, handsomely trimmed with dark imported lace s . U p l i f t b r a a s i e r e , smooth f i t- tlng panties b a n d e d av waist. S i z e s 32 to 38. low 1 C- priced! JL«»C yd. Smart, tub-fast designs that keep looking as bright as when you bought them. New patterns. 36-inch width. Full 24x46 Inch Turkish Bath Towels Cannon make en. Select them now for gifts! Big and burly with attractive striped borders. · Extra absorbent, double loop. Gift Set Pillow Cases Ward's price Good muslin cases, 42x36 inches {before hemming). Make this a Christmas gift. Wards Washer 4 Puts it in your home for Christmas. Does wash of 4 in % hour. Only $37.95 cash. .CO Down J*( 7 Half what it should be priced. Electric motor. Deflector throws heat where wanted. All cars.' 24-30 Second Street N. E. $ Cleaner You get Floor Light and 7 new features to save work. Sold on payments. TELEPHONE 57

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