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January 11, 1944

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r, Jin. 11, 1M4 3 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GRAND, PETIT JURORS DRAWN Will Report at Court Term Opening Jan. 25 AUona--The 1944 grand jury panel has been drawn by County Cleric Helen White and County Auditor Leo Immerfall and Recorder Clara Walker. Names drawn are: N. J. Alexander, Algona; Robert Bunkotshe, Buffalo Center; Chas. Baker, Bancroft; Ubbe A. Dreesman, Lakota; C. L. Eichorh, Elmore, Minn.; Charles Krause, Wesley; P. C. Zender, Algona; Harry Weber, Corwith; H. W. Schuler, Swea City; A. T. Paulson, Bancroft; Agnes Ludwig, Corwith, and H. C. Lindsay, Fenton. These were instructed to report at 9 a. m. Jan. 25. Seven will be chosen to serve at this term. The petit jurors are to report Feb. 1 at 8 a. m. ' Petit jurors are: Gertrude Ackerman, Burt; Honno Ailts, Lakota; A. K. Anderson, Buffalo Center; Tom Asche, Lakota; H. W. Becker, Algona; Mary Benschoter, Whittemore; A. C. Bernhard, Burt; Roy Brownell, Algona; G. S. Buchanan, Algona; Selina Clifton, Burt; Bert Cronan, Algona; Everett Dheyer, Fenton; Paul Eigler, Fenton; Delmar Fischer, Fenton; Jack Frost, Swca City; E. J. Hough, Algona; W. C. Irelan, Algona; Dick Jensen, "Lakota; Gertrude Kruse, Luverne. John Light, Fenton; Ella Magnusson, Swea City; Mabel McGinnis, Algona; Nona Miller, Algona; Virginia Misbach, Algona; Martha Morgan, Algona; Urban Neuroth, Wesley; Ella Padgett, Algona; Harold Phillips, Luverne; Ida Pingle, Ledyard; Emma Radig, Lone Rock; F. L. Hyerson, Burt; Hosa Schallin, Lone Hock; Edna Smith, Algona; Karl Sunderman, Buffalo Center; Leo Swanson, Whittemore; Selma Uhr, Swea City. Name Winners at Corn Institute and Poultry Show 103 YEABS OLD --Mrs. Annette Eastman of Shell Rock recently observed her 103rd blrtL anniversary. She enjoys good health and take* a walk nearly every day. unassisted, (IDPA photo) Persons in Services Visit Over Holidays Eagle Grove--Merle Gearhart, located at Pascagoula, Miss., who has the rank of coxswain, visited for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gearhart.--· Kenneth Bernard, aviation student, who is in training at Albion, Mich., visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bernard.-Capt. John L. Keller of Camp Claiborne, La., spent a few days' furlough with his wife and their twin son and daughter. He also visited his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kenefick.--Lt. Vivian Larson, A. N. C., of-Schick hospital, Clinton, visited .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Larson.--Pat Thompson, pi Fort Custer, Mich., is spending a 14-day furlough visiting his mother, Mrs. Ralph Parker. $250 AWARDED IN PRIZE MONEY Harold Mueller, Manly, Tops Commercial Corn Northwood -- Winners at the annual Worth county corn institute and poultry show here have been announced by William St. Clair, county extension director, and Dean H. Nerdig vocational instructor in Northwod high school. There were 177 entries in the show and about $250 was awarded in premiums. First place winners were as follows: Commercial corn, Harold Mueller, Manly. There were 30 entries in this class. First place winners in the division for adults were-- 10 year class: Courtney Lawyer, Manly. Single ear, E. C. Flatness, Northwood. Oats -- C. Davis, Northwood. Soybeans -- Albert Mueller, Manly. Flax-- Oscar Walswick, Northwood. In the division for juniors, 1st place winners were 10 ear -- James McQuatters, Northwood. Single ear -- Alton Davis, Northwood. Oats -- Merle Hendrickson, Northwood. Soy beans -- Orlen Horgen, Northwood. Flax-- Lee Walswick, Northwood. Open class, largest ear -- Arnold Tue, Northwood. Open class, ear of largest cir- Possible for Soldiers to Vote at Home Des Moines ·-- The extent to which the world has shrunk under the impact of aerial transportation is brought out graphically in the current issue of "Left to Write," a weekly publicity sheet of Lou Gardner of the state republican cumference--Roger Tue, North- Here » There Nora Springs -- Mrs. Dawes Tatum and Mrs. Ruben Moos visited in Sheffield with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Watt. Cresco -- Lt. Donald Maland, who has been' at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Maland for a few days awaiting assignment, left for Abilene, Tex., where he has been assigned to the medical service at Camp Barkeley. Mrs. Maland accompanied him. Dougherty -- Pvt. Donald Boyle of Camp McCoy, Wis., spent the weekend at his home. Ackley-- Kenneth Fistier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Fistier, who has been training at Farragut, Idaho, is home on furlough. Garner -- The Avery 4-H boys met recently with their new leader, Raymond Wille, at the home of Melvin Pearson. Northwood -- Arnold Lien and Sophus Hendrickson of Northwood, Curtis Leslie of Manly, Norman D. McEnelly of Hani onto wn and Kermit M. Roisere of Emmons reported at Des Moines for active service in the navy. Garner -- The Ell 4-H boys and girls met at the L. F. Weaver home Thursday evening. The boys discussed feeds and feeding. Lyle, Minn.-- The Ed Lusk family moved to Charles City where Mr. Lusk has a position with the JOHN G, ARENDS DIES SUDDENLY Spends Entire Life on Farm Near Alexander Alexander -- John Gottlieb Arends, 67, died suddenly Saturday at his home. Death was due to a heart ailment. He is survived by his wife and 5 children, Leonard of Detroit, Mich.; Bennie, Alexander; Lt. Jesse Arends, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Fred Webb, of Passaic, N. J., , and the Rev. Robert Arends Chicago. of Lt. Gov. Robert D. Blue to Address Graduates Indianola--Lt. Gov. Robert D. Blue of Eagle Grove will address the mid-year graduating class of Simpson college Thursday evening, Jan. 20, 1944. The convocation will be held at the Methodist church at Indianola at B p. m. His topic will be "Look Into Your Hands." Three candidates, all young women, will receive bachelor of arts degrees from President Edwin Edgar Voigt. The college choir, under the direction of Professor David B. Foltz, will provide special music for the occasion. SEYMOUR WILL, SPEAK Iowa Falls--Forrest Seymour of Des Moines will be a guest speaker at a meeting of the Woman's club Wednesday. His subject is "How Newspapers Mould Public Opinion." In the evening Mr Seymour will address a dinner "meeting sponsored by the Hardin county chapter of the A. A. U. W. at the Princess banquet room; his subject is "Capital and Labor Relations." organization. "It is rather startling suddenly to realize," writes Mr. Gardner, "that even under our absent voters' law as it is at present, it would be possible, with all energy and co-operation diverted in that direction, for the greater number of our 335,000 men in service to cast their ballots in 1944. Mark well that we said it might be POSSIBLE, not PRACTICAL or PROBABLE. It might be possible if our army and navy put aside the far more important work of waging war, to assign planes, men, trucks and time to getting applications for ballots back to the home front, and ballots to and from the war fronts. Of course, no one expects this interference with the great task now ahead of our war leaders. We simply dwell on the possibility because it shows the great age in which we are living--the possibilities in transportation and communication of which we are now only drinking the first draughts. "Let us suppose that out on the fronts our fighters make applications so that 20 days before election these roll homeward. Aboard special planes they could be carried here, the ballots forwarded, marked and returned to the ballot boxes because of the marvelous speed which is now attained in the air. Keeping 20 days in mind mark the flying time to these distant places. From New York to-"Canal Zone--9 hours, 12 minutes. "Fairbanks, Alaska--73 hours. "London--13 hours, 48 minutes. "Moscow--19 hours, 12 minutes. "Hawaiian Island?--20 hours, 12 minutes. "Buenos Aires--21 hours 36 minutes. "Cairo, Egypt--23 hours, 12 minutes. "Bombay, India--32 hours. "Capetown, South Africa--34 hours. "New minutes. "Manila--37 hours, 3fi minutes. "Sydney, Australia^}2 hours'. "Singapore, Mala--43 hours. "Hongkong, China--44 hours. "Would it not be great to come back a hundred years from now and just take a peek?" Oliver plant. Popejoy -- Harold Brighton, son wood. Poultry winners were -- junior division.-- individual, heavy: Bruce Odden, Northwood, cockerel, 1st; Merle Hendrickson, Northwood, hen. Poultry, adult -- individual, heavy -- Pearl Hendrickson, Northwood. Poultry, junior -- pen of £ light -- Ray Wagner, Northwood. Poultry, junior -- pen of 3, heavy -George Wagner, Northwood, 1st; poultry, adult -- pen of 3 light -Herman Steinhouer, Northwood. Poultry, junior-- individual, light (cockerels)-- Hay Wagner, Northwood. Poultry, junior -- hens -Merle Hendrickson, Northwood. Poultry, adult -- individual, light -- Herman Steinhouer, Northwood. Poultry, junior -- eggs -white wood. George Junior Wagner, North- division -- eggs -. brown -- Merle Hendrickson. of Mr. and Mrs. John Brighton, came from Camp Peary, Williamsburg, Va., Friday for a visit with home folks. Nora Springs -- Mrs. Harold Winters and sons, Myron and Cory Lee, of Manly were visitors recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clough. Nora Springs -- Mr. and Mrs. H. He also leaves 4 brothers and 2 sisters, Ben Arends of Williams; the Kev. Ed Arends of Freeport, 111.; Mrs. Karl Bohlen of Springfield, Ohio; " ' "' Arends of Grover Arends of Williams and Mrs. Oscar Hensel of Alexander. Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Cleveland Dies; Rites Wednesday Eagle Grove -- Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl Cleveland, 56, widow, will be held at the Wilson chapel, Wednesday at 2 p. m., in charge of the Rev. C. W. Tompkins, of the Methodist church. Burial by Wilson will be made in Rose Hill cemetery. Death occurred at the Nelson convalescent home Sunday, fol- lowiug illness of about 6 ^ weeks. She had been a resident of Eagle Grove for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert O. Cleveland, who died in March, 1934; by one son, and one daughter; and is survived by one sister, Mrs. Fred Orr, in Eagle Grove; a brother, Orville, Richmond, Cal., and several nieces and nephews. Capt. Sherman W. Ft. Lewis, Wash.; Former Resident Dies in Coal Yard Accident Dumont--Funeral services were conducted here Sunday at the Vogel funeral home for John Lee Davis, 44, of Rock Island, 111., who died Thursday from a coal yard mishap. He was pinned underneath a coal loading machine after being struck on the head by a bucket on the conveyor chain and was dragged beneath the machine. The body arrived here early Sunday morning. Mr. Davis was born here and lived here until he moved with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis, to Rock Island. His wife and baby daughter of Hock Island, his father and his sister, Harriet, of Rochester, N. Y., accompanied the body here. Mr. Davis was a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis of Dumont. Burial was in the local cemetery beside 2 children who preceded him in death. Saraha is the Arabic word for "wilderness." Kidneys Tired Often Sleepless Nights Doctors »r your Wdnew tontain 15 miles Bring many people bay» to Rt'up nighti Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and buraiaf sometime* shows there is something wrong OIV inth your kidnejn or bladder. Don't neglect th 2£ nd i'' 011 ""I lose valuable, restful sleep. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood it may abo C*UM uning backache, rbeumatio psint, left paini, Ion of pep and enemy. rreUiEK. pnffiaess under the eyes, headaches and dullness. Doni?***' Ask your druml for Dosn's Mb, medm---'-*·--· ·'" · rears. They the 15 mil*, ooa wastsf] by mUbona for over 40 Zealand--37 hours, 36 Wright County Youths Register for Service Clarion--Wright county young men who reached the age of 18 during December and registered with the draft board are: Donald Myron Goeman, Belmond; Merle Alvin Stackland Eagle Grove; Richard William Holgate, Belmond; Wendcl Gene Jones, Dews; Bernard Eugene Mattmgly, Clarion; Clifford LeRoy Engh, Goldfield; John William Tomke, Clarion; Burton LeRoy - Sherman, Goldfield; Joseph Iner Halverson, Eagle Grove; Lewis Harry Sorenson, Belmond; Gerald Raymond Draper, Dows; Leland A. Lunde, Clarion; Richard Owen Kurfman, Clarion. Late registrants were Harold Gene Carpenter, Eagle Grove, and Howard A. Studer, Clarion. Cresco Legion Brings Holiday Cheer to Many Cresco--Members of the American Legion and Auxiliary of Cresco helped to bring holiday cheer and happiness to 13 persons living at the county home near Cresco by presenting each inmate with a neat box of home made candy, besides distributing 100 sacks of candy to needy children and sending a cash gift to the veterans' hospital at Clinton and a gift to each of the 5 local gold star mothers. A scientist in the steel cabin of a stratosphere balloon has heard, with special instruments, the patter of cosmic rays on the cabin like rain. When You Rent a Sander You'll Want One in Excellent Condition All are new and in excellent condition. Floor Sanders may be had in 2 sixes. Yon can select a sander for your needs from ·ur rental department. FLOOR SANDERS BELT SANDERS EDGERS Reasonable Hourly Listed Rates "»- COTi van Ness a Reappoint Courthouse Janitor for 41st Time Garner -- Louis Henschen was reappointed janitor of the Hancock county courthouse for the 4Ist consecutive time by the Hancock county board of supervisors at its annual meeting. Mr. Henschen was appointed janitor for the 1st time in 1903, the day after the opening of the present courthouse building, and has been on duty continuously since. C. J. Rooney, Coach and Teacher, Gets New Job Mitchell--C. J. Rooney has resigned his position as coach and junior high instructor In the local school and has accepted a similar position in the schools at Aberdeen, S. Dak. He left for that place Friday night. The family will join him there as soon as suitable living quarters can be found. Mrs. Sophus Johnson of near St. Ansgar will fill the vacancy. She began her duties Monday .morning. Supt. H. F. Risse will take over the coaching of the basketball teams. FORMER RESIDENT DIES Popejoy--Mrs. J. B. Johnson went to Mora, Minn., Monday, to attend the funeral of'her brother, Ernest Rockow, who died Friday night. Death was due to pneumonia, which followed a relapse of the flu. He formerly resided I here. A. Hanson of Valley City, N. Dak., were guests in. the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hansen. Mrs. H. A. Hansen had been in Washington, D. C., visiting with their son, who is in the navy. Swaledale--Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carr-have purchased the Nicklas farm south of town. Cresco -- Superintendent and Mrs. D. J. Robbins are entertaining their son Charles, a graduate from the Cresco high school, who has been attending college at Columbia, Mo., under the A. S. T. P. program. He will report Jan. 17 at Camp Dodge for assignment to a training station. Kanawha--Pfc. John Omvig is enjoying a furlough with his father, Abel Omvig, and other relatives and friends. John is stationed at Ellington Field, Texas. Manly--Mrs. Patricia Richmond left Wednesday for Washington, D. C., after spending the holiday season at the home of her parents, Mr:- and. Mrs. Harry Gavin. Thornton--Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Moritz moved their household goods to Rockwell where they will make their future home. Dougherty -- A spark from a chimney burned a large hole in the roof of the home of Mrs. Jane Solberg Friday night. Fire extinguishers from town put out the fire. Rockwell--Mrs. Anna Robeolt- man has returned home after a visit of several weeks with her daughters in Minneapolis and Owatonna, Minn. Cresco--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kovarik, living south of Cresco, announce that their son, Edward J. Kovarik, of the airmy air corps at Santa Ana, Cal., has been promoted from corporal to sergeant. Algona--Miss Mary Louise Gilmore left Saturday for Miami, Fla., where she has employment as a dietitian. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson accompanied her and will visit a son in the service stationed at Key West. Ackley--Mrs. Ed Bartling and 2 sons arrived from Oskaloosa and is a guest in the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kreimeyer. Garner--County Extension Director and Mrs. Paul Henderson are the parents of a son born Jan. 3 at the Rust nursing home. The young man has been named Dale Jackson. Ackley--Delmar A. Bartling, seaman 2nd class, arrived from Farrogut, Idaho, for a 15 day furlough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bartling. Garner--R. J. PfaltEgragg, audi-1 tor from the state tax commission in Des Moines, is making an audit of homestead tax credit applications in Hancock county. Pfaltzgraff was a former county auditor of Butler county. Greene--McKinley circle, L. of G. A. R. met at the home of the president, Mrs. W. W. Langcn- hagen. Friday afternoon. Popejoy--Max Moore submitted lo an appendicitis operation at the Iowa Falls hospital Friday morn-! ing. Nora Springs -- Mrs. Francis Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sherman learned that their husband and son, Francis, has been promoted from staff sergeant to technical sergeant Sergt, Sherman has been located in Hawaii since last September. Nora Springs--Mrs. Harold Sellon underwent an operation at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Friday and is recovering satisfactorily. Swaledale--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Beardsley are spending several days with her sister and brother- in-law in Minneapolis. The latter was seriously injured in an accident. Cresco--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riehle, Sr., of Cresco, are enjoying a few days' visit with their son, Fred Riehle, Jr., who is home from Trinidad Island in the navy. Thompson--Boom to Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Curley Friday, a daughter. D»Wherty--Frank Huss is visiting his sister in Chicago. Officers Elected by Church and Societies Hampton -- Officers elected at the annual meeting of St. Paul's Lutheran church were: Deacons, Alfred Larson and Henry Bockelman; trustees, John Grabbe, L. J. Kruse and Henry Friesleben; secretary, A. M. Amundsen; treasurer, A. W,, Rathmann; delegate to district convention, Herman Lutzke; alternate, Frank J. Burning; organist, Mrs. Nels Anderson. Ladies' Aid officers are: President, Mrs. Harry Brandt; vice president, Mrs. Henry Farnham; secretary, Mrs. August Schmitt; t r e a s u r e r , Mrs. John Grabbe. Luther League officers are: President, Merna Jean Schmitt; vice president, D o n a l d Bockelman; secretary, Helen Brandt; treasurer, Maribcl Fredericks; reporter, Hilda Bockelman. Brotherhood officers are: President, Herman Lutzke; vice president, W a l t e r Varland; secretary, Arnold W. Rathmann; treasurer, Wilbur Anderson. The pastor is the Hev. Norbert Augst. ST. ANSGAR -- The Elizabeth Rossiter church school class will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. L. Hansen. Farm Bureau Women Study 1944 Program Iowa Falls--The women's committee of the Hardin county Farm Bureau met in Eldora Saturday to study the proposed program for the year. Emphasis is to be placed on study of the proposed school code changes, co-operation in bond selling campaigns, and individual reading. Mrs. Frank Wall, Iowa Falls, chairman-of the library committee, states that each member is asked to read 4 books from a prepared list and 2 of her own choice, then report on them. The county making the best record during the year will receive'special recognition at the state meeting. Mrs. Ray Lake, Iowa Falls, has been named chairman of the music committee; Mrs. Art Topp, Hubbard, health; and Mrs. George Mark, Iowa Falls, education. Mrs. Will Drier, Hubbard, is chairman of the women's committee; Mrs. Maurice Cook, New Providence, secretary; and Mrs. Ralph ReecCj Eldora, publicity. County Attorney Gets Commissioned in Navy Eagle Grove--County Attorney George Wright has been commissioned lieutenant (j. g.) in the navy. He will report for his indoctrination course Jan. 15, at Tucson, Ariz. He will be granted a leave of absence from his duties as county attorney, and the county board of supervisors will appoint an attorney to take over the office while Mr. Wright is in the service. SHIPS SCRAP PAPER Spillville--The students of the Sdillville high and grade schools shipped 5,000 pounds ot scrap paper they had collected recently. Goldfield Bank Shows Big Gain in Deposits Goldfield--Stockholders of the Goldfield State Bank and Trust company held their annual meeting recently. The bank declared the usual dividend of 10 per cent. The bank statement shows an increase of approximately $176,000 in deposits during the year 1943, with the deposits well over $800,000. The officers were re-elected for yer 1944 as follows: President, J. E. Richardson; vice president, Ole Lerdal; cashier, George Taylor. MRS. BAKER DIES New Hampton--Funeral services for Mrs. Millie Baker, 80, were to be held Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. at the Larkin-Knutson chapel with the Rev. James S. Lilley, pastor of the Methodist church officiating. Mrs. Baker died Sunday morning at the home of her son, Homer Baker. Burial will be at Eagle Grove. JOSEPH SMITH DIES New Hampton--Funeral services for Joseph Smith, 80, will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the Larkin-Knutson chapel with the Rev. Henry Nosbisch, pastor of St. Mary's church, officiating. Mr. Smith, a pioneer Chickasaw county resident, died Sunday evening following a paralytic stroke. He had no close relatives. MONTGOMERY WARD GETS HOSPITAL JOB Northwood--Milbur Sabin, son of Attorney and Mrs. E. M. Sabin, has accepted a civil service position in a legal capacity at the U. S. Veterans hospital at Minneapolis. Mr. Sabin is a graduate of the law school at the University of Minnesota. He was recently given a medical discharge from the army. PETER KLEMMEK BURIED New Hampton--Funeral services for Peter KIcmmer, 70, of St. Lucas, were held Tuesday morning at St. Lukes church with the Rev. F. L. 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