Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1944 · Page 3
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1944
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£anawha Soldier Eats Tasty Dishes in Italy Kanawha--Mr. and Mrs. James Yeakel have received several let- .ers recently from their son, Duane. who is in Italy. Duane wrote that 10 service men were then living in an Italian bouse and they cooked their meals in a fireplace, one of their most tasty dishes being French fried potatoes fried in olive oil. He received his Christmas packages and especially enjoyed the cookies his mother sent to him. Duane entered military service 2 years ago last May, and it will have been 2 years next month since he was sent overseas. He was in combat duty in North Africa where he received the purple heart award for wounds in action, and more recently was in combat in Italy. GETS PURPLE HEART Osatse--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hackbart received word that the purple heart has been awarded to their son, Sgt. Raymond Hackbart, 34th division, Italy, for a slight wound. He has been in foreign service more than 2 years. Miss Van Gorden Edits Emmetsburg Reporter · Emmetsburg---Miss Alice Jane Van Gorden of Emmetsburg has accepted the editorship of the Emmetsburg Reporter. She already has begun her duties. Miss Van Gorden is a senior at the University of Iowa at Iowa City where she is majoring in journalism. She has been a member of the staff of the Daily lowan at Iowa City and has worked on the Cedar Rapids Gazette. She plans to return to the university later to complete the semester of work needed for graduation. K. D. Warner is publisher of the Reporter. Thursday. Jan. 6, 19« 3 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HOLD ANNIVERSARY Rockwell--Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hitzhusen celebrated their 45th wedding anniversay Monday. The children had invited a number of the old neighbors and friends, and it was a complete surprise to the honored guests. Reg-, to 7.95 MILLINERY and ' Our entire stock of fine winter millinery is included at these two low prices. Have a hat for every outfit! i/: i*c M, Reg. to 14.95 DRESSES S 5 and S 7 Crepe date dresses, trim young wools, velveteens, corduroys, novelties. All smart, desirable fashions. Broken sizes. SAVE VI. Large Rack Better ·Vf DRESSES Better dresses, regularly 16.95 to 29.50, in ' sizes from 12 to 44. You'll want several t at this low price. AND MORE! SOMETHING TO COME HOME TO--First to greet Gov. B. B. Hickenlooper at the door of his Des Moines residence after a day's work at the capitol is B-G, the family's 2 year old cocker spaniel. The shaggy, black, long-eared, friendly little anima! bears a name as short as'the governor's is long. The derivation of the name harks back to a chain of sandwich shops because, the governor says, "she always is hungry." (IDPA photo) Courthouse Workers Get Pay Boost; Robbins Heads Board Increase of 15 Per Cent Given Second Deputies, Clerks and Foremen fl % vY s» £% f */i * z to ^1 i V\ I ·r-,JB3 Second deputies and clerks at the Cerro Gordo county courthouse received a New Year's present Thursday from the new board of supervisors.' It was a salary increase of approximately 15 per cent. Foremen o£ the road gangs also shared in the 15 per cent increase while their men got a raise of approximately 8 per cent in addition to the 1943 increase. Total of the pay increases will exceed 54,000, according to Ray D. Robbins, Clear Lake, who was chosen chairman by the new board. Henry Hitzhusen, Carlers- ville, is the new member while E. R. Steinberg and Mr. Robbins are holdover members. In the reorganization, Mr. Hitzhusen was chosen chairman of the committee for management of the' county home and hospital and Mr. Steinberg was named chairman o£ the purchasing committee. The board acts as a committee of the whole on both matters. The salary increases are approximately the same as those granted by state law to the first deputies a year ago, Mr. Robbins explained. The raises were the maximum which could be given under the present general fund levy, he added. TIME TO SAVE! NOW... DURING EATON'S GREAT FUR CLEARANCE! R. D. ROBBINS AGED COUPLE ILL , Hanlontoun--Mr. a n d Mrs. . William Paschcn are seriously ill at their home near Hanlontown. Mr. Paschen is 94, his wife 90. They are being attended by their daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Walser, and a nurse. More Than a Laxative Is Often ·AAtflAn 11I1CUCU ^ ^ Southern Poland Is )eclared War Zone )y German Command Stockholm, (U.P.)--The German igh command has declared south- rn Poland a "direct war zone" nd ordered the immediate evac- ation of the entire civil adminis- ration, the newspaper Aftontid- lingen said Thursday. The evacuation order was re- lorted in an undated dispatch vilhout source as red armies eared the old Polish border on a road front and threatened to trao upwards of 1,000,000 German roops still resisting in the Dnie- ier- bend farther east. The area to be cleared of civil- ans, the dispatch said, was tha known before the last war a: jalicia, which comprises 30,301 ;quare miles of Poland north o he Carpathian mountains, and i jouncled on the west by German, proper. . nervous and s u f f e r from headaches. R.IP. bloating, indigestion and lack of appetite, which may all be due to functional constipation -- get Fnhrney's Al pen K Tauter -- the time-proved stomachic tonic medicine. Contains 18 o[ Nature's own medicinal rools. herbs and botanicals. TnVe only as directed on label. Gcnltv and smoothly Alpen Krau tcr nut* sluggish boa rls to work and aioi them to eliminate cToppng waste; helps eipel constipation's R^S. gives the stomach that feeli OR of w arm! h . Be wise -- comfor I j'onr st om- ach while relieving constipation. Gel AI-PEN ' from Fahmey agencies, such as: reerTs: Garner -- L. W. Zeizer, Broechner's Drue St»r*. FULLERTON LUMBER CO PHONE 642 "n\ V v ·:-A Mendoza beavers, natural opossums, dyed coneys, sealines, novelty furs. We want to emphasize that these are QUALITY furs . . . the type you are accustomed to buy at BATONS . . . selected from our regular stocks. Expertly chosen pelts . . . correct stylings . . . and a wide variety to choose from! It will pay you to buy now! /" « ONE YEAR TO PAY! Our layau-ay and easy pay. ment plans are specially constructed for your convenience. Chested \n "*s $*: s r» fa Yi Reg. to ,U5 fwt .fi'm""',ed M I · i- : I . u Last Dallas Civil War Veteran Dies 2 Days After Death of Wife' Perry, (fi*l--Charles Sylvanus Curler. 95, Dallas county's last Civil war veteran, died Wednesday night, 2 days after the death of his wife, .who was 87. Double funeral services will be conducted in Perry Friday afternoon. Curler had lived in Perry since 1880, and was a railroad machinist until his retirement many years ago. He was born in Fer- risburgh. Vt., enlisted in a New York infantry company in 1863, and served throughout the war. He came to Iowa in 1877. Surviving Mr. and Mrs. Curler are 3 daughters, 2 sons, 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Off op\° v " ,orVs . d o .Fur -U\ tid -^J» Tv)f' fu^£3^:^;°* VTimtw ,nd up- £uf CO^'CO^ *legu Tr.aVe every OTIC INJURED KY TRACTOR Stacyvillc--Larry Heman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heman. suffered severe cuts and possibly broken bones in his foot when he slipped into the drive shaft of a Iractor on which he was riding on the way home from cutting ice in the river. I GIRLS' COATS PRICE ·D* ess \S onde rfu\ buy- stffcss VOR MISSES: VV otft^ just Warm, good-looking Winter Coats for Girls from 7 to 16. GIRLS' DRESSES 14 OFF A large assortment of Girls' Dresses in sizes 3 to 14. Reg. $1.69 up. CHENILLE SPREADS, Twin^Sizc . . . . White and colors, tailored or floral patterns. $1 Off BREAKFAST CLOTHS, Printed 50c 36-inch Squares of fine woven cotton. WOOL-FILLED QUILTS, Reg. 9.50 . . . . 8.00 83% Virgin Wool filling. Sateen covered. CHINTZ QUILTED WARE, Reg. 1.25 . . . 89c Glove, Handkerchief and Hosiery Boxes, chintz covered. ODDS-AND-ENDS TABLE Vi Price Linen pieces from our large assortment, soiled from display.

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