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January 6, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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CARL LENZ DIES AT GARNER HOME Funeral Saturday for Former City Marshal Garner --Carl Lenz, 60, died a his home here Tuesday morning at 8:30. He had been in failing health for- several years and re cently submitted, to operations a the University of Iowa hospital. '. Mr. Lenz was born in Grosherz KROPMAN GROCERY 19 9th St. N. E. $1.50u, telicious ROASTED CHICKENS HOME MADE 1'ASTRY and BAKERY GOODS Ice Cold COKE, 6 for BUTTER, Pound Folger's, Hills Bros. Of COFFEE, lb J1 Nice Solid HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for Fresh, Large TASCAL CELERY GINGER ALE SPARKLING WATE 1% Germany, May 23, 1883, and 1 me to America and Hancock unty at the age o£ 17, accompa- ed by his cousin, Albert Lenz. He was married to Elsie Thada larch 3, 1908, at St. John's Luth- ·an church with the Rev. George och performing the ceremony he couple lived on a farm about years, then moved to Garner ·here they lived since. One child vas born to this couple, Ottielya, ow Mrs. McCormick. Mr. Lenz served as street commissioner in Garner and was city marshal for several years. He has been a member of the Garner volunteer fire team ever since he moved to Garner. Surviving are his wife, a daughter. Ottielya, a brother, Herman, id 2 sisters, Mrs. Frank Wetter ng and Mrs. Ben Haes, all of arner, 2 grandchildren, Jimmy nd Janet, living with their jrandmother here. Funeral services will be held aturday afternoon at St. PauVs Lutheran church with the Rev. G. Kupke In charge. Burial will be n Concord township cemetery. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations 25c 43c 25c Argentina Bans News Upsetting Public Order' MANLY--Installation of officers was to be held Thursday evening by the Ladies Auxiliary of the B. of R. T. at the hall. KANAWHA--Mrs. Okko Uken will be hostess to the Ladies Aid of the Kanawha Christian Reformed church at the church parlors Friday afternoon RUDD--The January church night supper and program of th Rudd Methodist church was to be held Thursday evening. The Rev. E. Clements is the pastor. JOICE--The Joice Charity club holds its first meeting oE the year Friday at Ihe Bethany church parlors. JOICE--The -annual business meeting of the Bethany Lutheran congregation will be held at the church Tuesday at 8 p. m. The :m- mial business meeting of the REPORTS NftZIS LACK DIAMONDS FOR WAR PLANTS Essential War Tools Are Sharpened With This Precious Stone By HENRY TOSTI RUSSELL United Press Staff Correspondent London. (U,R)--Diamonds may cost Hitler the war. Essential parts of tanks, mobile guns, trucks, and other implements indispensable in modern warfare, have to be made with diamond cutting-edges or drills and the British Empire is the'world's largest source of the precious stones and dust ot which thev are made. The source of this information ,, is one of the best-known diamond - l e experts in Ihe world, who asked Beaver Crock Lutheran coiwoga- i..; £ u n ited Press (o refrain from tion will be held Wednesday at L u bij s hine his name on the crotinds Ihe church at '10 a. m. Dinner will h[)( } . parenls st ii| are in o«cu- be served. CHAPIN--The Wayside, Cein- Ruenos 'Vires, (U.PJ--Publication I etery society met at the home of f all news or editorials contrary Mrs. Joe Bools Tuesday and elec- to the nation's interest or upset- ted the following officers: Presi- ing public order" was prohibited dent, Mrs. Jack Withers; vice Thursday under a series of "press president, Mrs. . F r a n k Burwell, statutes" bringing Argentina news-I secretary, Mrs. C. E. Davenport, apers, foreign correspondents md press associations under strict control. The stalutes, published Wednesday by the under-secretary of information and press, empowered his office to withdraw ^CUltritli J , i » - - - - ·*-·· "· *·- · assistant secretary. Mrs. Ira Deam, and treasurer, Mrs. E. O. r~ slinger. from circulation all publications not meeting requirements. Meteors whip through space at 10 to 60 miles a second. Coulter--Miss Virginia Madson left Monday for Washington, D. C. to spend 3 months with her sister Miss Tillman Sogge. Miss Madson recently completed a course m nurses' training at the Deaconcs hospital in Marshalttown. POINT-FREE SUGGESTIONS OF QUALITY FOODS AT A .* P's FAMOUS LOW PRICES _ FOOD ^·M:-\ FIGHTS for i FREEDOM Produce and Conserve Share and Flay Square Ann Page Semoline Macaroni or Spaghetti . 3 Sultana Vitamin 151 Peanut Butter ANN' PAGE FIXE FOODS ARE ECONOMICAL! Ann Pate Farin» C«eal I Mello-Whcot .14e 28 ot. pk*. Ann Pate Doable-Acting Baking Powder : . . «V lOe SnlUni Economy Salad Dressing . " ll j^ OI 29c Ann Page Asstd. Spices . Ann Pare Vanilla and °'J" Extracts 21 oz. pks. UH Hi- ll OT. bol. Marmalade . Ann Fare Stuffed Olives Sultana Mustard . . . Ann Tagf Ciller Vinegar . . . \VK \VII.I- lOc 15c 18c 29c 15c 14c Hi lb. bol. Ann Pajc Peanut Butter . . . . Quaker Yellow Cornrneal . Fillsbury Pancake Flour r. . . r.reen or Red Label Koro Syrup Sunnyfield Top-Quality Ju: Corn Flakes, c Superior Soda Crackers . . Kcttr Crocker Noodle Soup Mix 3 2 p*s° Inn* Green Beans. *-"« r.ordn Sweetened Grapefruit 43c 9c 15c i to Size = lb. 12c 19c 12c 30c GLADLY CASH PAYROLL CHECKS! HUGE Jane Parker Completely Iced DOUBLE FUDGE LAYER CAKE 34-oz. Size 58c Enriched Jumb Bread -:- Dated lie for Freshness -:- Jane Parker Delirious Rolls ____ , ane Parkrr Comb. Pa^k 1 doz. Donuts 15c ied territory. "There were some 30,000 skilled iamond workers in the industry jefore the war," he said. "Some of lem are here now and olhers in ne United Stales. But there are till a large number o£ them ccupied Europe. "We understand from private ·eports, that they are going hrousjh hard times. Beyond 're- jolishins' and 're-cutting' old stones for the nazis, they have little work. 'Almost every implement of war is dependent to some extent upon the use of the industrial diamond at some stage of its manufacture. Without diamond cut- tine-edees and drills, hundreds of thousands of parts used in the manufacture of some of the most important weapons of modern warfare, could not be finished. "In peacetime we are used to seeing diamonds mainly in the form of necklaces or rings on the necks or fingers of lovely women Today thousands of women have virtually taken the stones fron their fingers. Instead of wearing them as ornaments, they now clutch them set in hard steel tools which their deft fingers guide in and down indispensable parts o war weapons. "The stones they wore before th \var were highly polished b killed workers in Amsterdam 'hose they use today are un polished, known as industria [iamonds/ 'Industrial diamonds are smal t takes from 3 to 80 of them make one carat weight. Nine per cent of this type as used in th United States, come from the Gold Coast. For the rest, the largest supply comes from South Africa. "Diamond is so hard, that when suitably drilled (this has to be done with special tools lined with diamond dust), you can draw anything from 2 to 8 hundred tons of metal wire through it, without noticeably affecting the accuracy of the gauge of the wire or cloinj noticeable damage to Ihe tool. "Among Ihe hardest diamonds in the world is the "carbonado 1 (black diamond) of Brazil. This has been used extensively for years in rock drilling. It is highly valued in industry- Brazil, by the way also produces some of -the finest alluvial diamonds in the world. We never have any difficulty in disposing of Brazilian diamonds here . . . we can never ;et enough of them!" Posthumous Award Given Naval Hero Alia Vista--The Purple lle;irt has been awarded postumously to Paul Johann, son of Mr. and Mrs Peter Johann o£ this place, Tor unusual bravery during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7 Thursday, Jan. 6, 1941 17 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 1941 when he was killed. The decoration was received by his parents here from the war department. Paul was with the navy and stationed on the U. S. S. Arizona in Pearl Marbor when it was sunk. Fenton--Sgt. Wayne Yager, who has been stationed at Kansas City and his wife visited Sunday at the John Light home. BELL FUNERAL FRIDAY Clarion--Funeral services will 2 held Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the United Presbyterian church for David J. Bell, who died Monday evening following a heart attack. 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Ib. 42c BONELESS SMOKED HERRING lb. 32c W« w i l l «la*lr cut u| any Poultry and bone out and . Fillet any Fish y o u desire. ] ~[ht Soap if Keauliful Women 26 1st ST. N. E. Svnnyfield Panolt* Flour »« 25c Water Maid Rice 1% 30c Snnn; field Oatmeal . . *-£ 27c Cake M»ar Soflaiilk or I Sno-Shccn . ^ 23c CAMAY PALMOLIVE CRYSTAL WHITE SUPER SUDS 2 IVORYSOAP Guest Irory, 4 I IVORYSOAP IVORY FLAKES OXYDOL TOILET^ SOAP $ Cakes LAUNDRY £ Giant ~/ Xl» SOAP V Bars _C.tJI» 24-oi. Pkgs. BATH ^ OQp SIZE ) Cakes £%|w 20c 20c 28 43c Guest Ivory, 4 Cakes I9c ra. OR U-o«. SNOW No Boiling, No «% 24-ox. Scrubbing* Pkgs 6c 23c 43c mtnwr *· umr tmianrrms mist-vT.nl Order Construction of 4 Steel Plants Halted; Not Needed Washington, (/P)--The war production board ordered a halt in construction of 4 steel plant units valued at $1,685,000 because, 'it said, the additional steel no longer is needed "in the war effort. Other government-financed stee projects now uinder construction "arc being reviewed for possible termination." WPB added. ' The 4 projects halted are in stec works of the Carnegie-Illinoi Steel corporation at Munhall am Braddock. Pa.. Chicago, 111., anc Gary, Intl. The projects were fa ciliiles for converting open-heartl steel into alloy and other high qualitv steels which now can b supplied. WPB said, in adequat quantity by existing facilities. Hold Rites at Garner for Mrs. James Brozik Garner--Mrs. James Brozik, '74. died Monday at 7:30 p. m. at her home here alter an illness of pneumonia and complications. She was the oldest daughter ot James and Anna Hrnbes Fiala, nnd was born May 14. IBG9. at Ouiezdo Czechoslovakia. She came to America at an early asie with hei | j parents, settling near Hampton. She was married to James Bro zik. Jan. 7, 1892. To this union 9 children were born: Mrs. Ed Kulas, Owatonna, Minn.: Mrs Frank Chizck. Vcnnie, William Leonard. Frank Edward, all Garner; and Harry and Joe. de ceased. Funeral services were held from the Bohn ftmer.il home in Game i i Wcdm^day at 2 p. m. with th [| Rev. II. E. Harvey of Klemme i charge. Burial was in Concoi township cemetery. She is survived by her husband. 7 children. 4 sisters. Mrs. Joe Vonasek and Mrs. George Malek of Brill: Mrs. Anna Mulkins and Mrs. Ike Ptacck of Owa- lonna. Minn.. 11 grandchildren and " grcal grandchildren. GIRLS JOIN U. S. Goodcll--June Gray, a local high school graduate, has been sworn into the WAVES. Mary Jane Dawson of Mora, Minn., a former Goodell girl, has joined the \VACs. ' f PORK and BEANS CORN COUNTRY 16 or BROOKFIELD Points BUTTER FRESH FROM THE COUNTRY . . BEST GRADE pork Chops r O£$t **SJ L Cl LAV/TSOAP ... HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER ROYAL LEMON . UQU1D BLEACH PUREX MORTON-3 DOG KIBBIES - . . HAZEI. Bit AND PEANUT BUTTER c »**s- ass?* ""·* 17c 20c 2-lb. M* ^r 26c 1'EASfcT BCTTEK , j A M SKIPPY . j« 34C A.VIIU.TM/. BBAKU--Po"' Valo« GRAPE JELLY ... 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