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Charles City Globe-Gazette "DESIGN FOR FREEDOM"--A huge eagle, drum majors and majorets, servicemen, a band, and flags combine to form a "design for freedom" at the Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla. H E R E and T H E R E Nora Springs--Mrs. Lester Isch sf Mason City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Murray of Nora Springs, left lor New York City for a visit with her husband, Lester Isch, Q. Mi 3/C. Manly-- Mr. and. Mrs. H. Bachman recently entertained their daughter. Miss Mildred, of Oedar Rapids; 2 sons, Hichard and Donald, of Iowa City, and Mrs. Richard Bachman. Goldfield -- Otis Robinson has - completed his boot training at the naval base at Farragut, Idaho, and arrived Thursday on a furlough with his wife and daughter and at the parental Joe Robinson home. Emmelsburg--The 4th war bond drive will be launched in Palo Alto county Jan. 18 and will run to Feb. 15. The goal for the county, according to Mayor H. E. Barringer. chairman, has been set at 3775,000 a 10 per cent increase over the last campaign. Garner --Miss Maxine Nonweiler has resigned her position with the Zeiger drug firm. Ackley -- Wendel, son oÂ£ Mrs John Ulfers, is home from Farragut, Idaho, for a 15-day furlough. Garner--Mr. and Mrs. Emory Weaver-received word from then- brother, Calvin, stationed at the naval aid station, Los Alamitas, Cal., informing them that he had received the rating of A. M. M. 3/C. Calvin is in the naval aid force. Lrle, Minn. -- Services at the Congregational church in Lyle have been discontinued for the winter. Nora Springs -- Jimmy Austin returned home Sunday from the hospital in Mason City, where he spent 2 weeks following an operation. Goodell -- Earl Ruka accepted the position as secretary of the Klemme creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Ruka will move-to Klemme Feb. 1. Merle Ruka has rented the Ruka farm. Rake -- Pvt. Wallace Lund of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lund and family. Crcsco--Pvt. David Webber, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Webber of Cresco, who has Jjeen attending St. Norbert college at West de Pore, Wis., is spending a few days leave at the parental home before renewing his studies. Kanau-ha--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fisher received word from their son, Glenn, that he arrived in San Francisco the latter part of December. He has been in service for 2 years and has not been on land for several months. ~ Manly.--Mr. and Mrs. A. Valelly 'have returned after visiting relatives at Madison, Wis., and Maxwell. ' Dougherty -- Mrs. Louis Van Lent is a patient in Mercy hospital at Mason City. - Cresco-rRobert Wildman. seaman, spent the holiday season at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wildman. Garner--W. C. De Long, F. S. A. supervisor from Clarion, will hold a meeting for Hancock county participants in the F. S. A. program at the courthouse in Garner Jan. 19. at 1 p. m. Garner--Harry Bryson, organization director for the Iowa Farm Bureau federation of Des Moines, will speak at the 'annual Hancock county kick-off meeting and ban- TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD quet at 7 p. m. Wednesday at the Catholic church basement in Garner. Manly --Fifteen girls, members of Lincoln 4-Square 4-H club, were entertained at the home of Grace and Joan Northway at a recent meeting. I Garner --Sgt. Billy Galvin of Forest City, who has been stationed at Los Angeles, Cal., visited recently with Bernard Schleusner. Stilson--T. J. Scott left Friday for Pontiac, 111., to spend the next 2 months with a sister and other relatives. He was accompanied by John Peterson. Garner --Mrs..E. H. Phillips returned recently from Minneapolis where she visited her daughter, Jean, who is training as a cadet nurse at the University of Minnesota. Nora Springs--Mrs. Philip Paulus and daughters were recent guests in the home of her sister, Mrs. Clifford Mott, in Mason City. Goodell --Lyle Ruka, aviation cadet, has been transferred from a camp in California to Douglas, Ariz., where he will take an advanced flying course. Mrs. Ruka is teaching music in the TerriU school. Rake --Pvt. Andrew Hove, Jr., of Texas is spending a' furlough at the parental Andrew Hove, Sr., home. Erametsbur?--A tractor and machinery school will be opened in Emmetsburg Thursday, in the vocational agriculture shop department. Garner--Members of St. Paul's Lutheran church held their annual Congregational meeting at the church parlors Sunday afternoon Reports of officers were heard anc election of officers held. Ackley --Elmer Koeder is spending a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Koeder and his 2 sisters. He is stationed at Great Lakes naval training station a Chicago. Nora Sprinss--Cpl. Gerald T Hartwell left for camp at Lincoln Nebr.. after a few days here witl his brother. Leland Hartwell and family, and at Mason City witl his sister, Mrs. Charlotte French. Manly--Miss Lucy Stahl, ; teacher of chemistry in Downe, girls' college at Milwaukee, concluded a visit in the home of he parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Stahl and returned to her duties GoldfieW--Cpl. Harold Cun ningham. who is stationed at Har rington. Kans., spent several day the past week at the home of hi uncle, Ray L. Cunningham. Lt. Vivian Lightbody Is Hospital Dietitian Charles City--Lt. Vivian Fay Lightbody is now stationed with the 1580th service unit, at Camp Campbell, Ky., where she has been assigned as dietitian at the station hospital. Lt. Lightbody resided at 608 East Court street,- Charles City, prior to her entrance into the armed forces, Jan. 4, 1943. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. City. Lightbody of Charles Lt. Lightbody received her BS degree from Iowa State college, Ames, and her MS degree from Ohio State university, Columbus, Ohio. Traffic Cop Recalls Cage Coach Too Well Akron, Ohio, (U.P.)--Russ Beichly Akron university basketball coach never again will use his professioi as a bulwark against traffic tick ets. Beichly was stopped by an Ohi highway patrolman for a traffi violation. Trying to talk his wo out, he asked in a friendly ton where the patrolman was from. "Akron," replied the officer. "Ah," beamed Beichly. "Yo must remember me. I used coach at West High." The stern face of the patrolman stayed as immobile as a hunk of granite. "I know," he said grimlv. "1 used to play for South High. Come along." Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations KANAWHA -- The Harmony ub is sponsoring a'school com- lunity night to be held in the rade school, basement Monday veiling. W. R. Hamilton, presi- eiit of the Hamilton School of pmmerce in Mason City, was to ive an address on "Preparing for he Shock of Peace." NORA SPRINGS -- The Royal Neighbors will meet at the home I Mrs. Joe Fredricks Tuesday. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Ralph Rowley will be hostess to the .ucky Dozen club Friday. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. Nick Sever- on will be hostess to the W. C. T. U. unit at her home Friday after- toon. LYLE, Minn.--The Worth While lub will meet Wednesday at the Axel Dennison home for a noon uncheon and election of officers. LYLE, Minn.--Jewish Mission ociety of Lyle will meet Tuesday evening at the Roy Hobkirl; lome. NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. C. H. Dwelle will be hostess to chap- er ES, P. E. O. at her home Tues- lay evening. ACKLEY--At the annual meet- ng oÂ£ the Women's Missionary Society of the First Evangelical church at the home of Mrs. Walter Cerka, the election of officers reuited: Mrs. Walter Cerka, president; Mrs. C. S. Lang, vice president; Mrs. Florence Hartema, sec- Â·etary; Mrs. Harvey Sietsema, reasurer; Mrs. C. S. Lang, con- ingent fund treasurer. OSAGE -- Bethany chapter of :he Eastern Star held its installation of officers Monday. Refreshments were served and a program Charles City Briefs The naval aviation selection board will conduct .preliminary physical and mental examinations at the Elks club, Tuesday from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m. for all 17-year old youths interested in naval aviation, V-5, mental examinations will also be given to those youths interested in Radar. . District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Saturday afternoon issued a marriage license to David DeMaris, 20, of Mason City, and Betty Jean Kellogg, 20, of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferch are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital Sunday. Also born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Springer Sunday was a daughter, at the hospital. Mrs. Harold Garvcy returned Saturday to her home in Carthage, III. She had been called here by the death of her father, William Julian. Jean Patten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patten, came home Saturday from Minneapolis where she has been working at the Northern Pump Co. The St. Charles Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Miss Charlotte Magdsick. Mrs. Carl Bunze was in charge. The regular Floyd district board of review of the Boy Scouts was held Monday night at the Y. M. C. A. The meeting, was in charge of the Rev. H. M. Grant. S. Sgt. Kenneth Horn arrived Monday from Fort Dix, N. J.. to Many Attend Lectures on Poultry Ills Charles City --The 169th class of Dr. Salsbury's school of poultry diseases convened here Monday morning with Dr. John Salsbury, director, opening the 1st session. Thirty-five students were .present for the opening lecture which stressed the extent of poultry mortality and the importance of using the appropriate prevention methods to keep down the losses. Students attending Dr. Salsbury's school of poultry diseases are from several types of business associated with the poultry industry, such as feed mills, hatcheries, drug stores, produce houses, poultry processing plants and arger poultry producers. the The school continues throughoul he week with Drs. John Salsbury, W. G. Kuehn and Sivert Eriksen landling the poultry disease lec- ures; Dr. O. J. Mayfield, nutrition; Emil G. Glaser, poultry health service, selection and management, and Herman Bos, Arjhur Beaeh- er, Mark Ivey and Wesley George, the institutional service lectures on Thursday night. Discuss Problems to Arice in Post-War Erp Charles City -- I. W. Lackore, secretary of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce was the guest speaker at the Lions club, Monday noon, speaking on the subject of "A Look Into the Future," presenting the prognostications of the Research Institute of America. After an analysis of the national and international aspects of the topic, Mr. Lackore brought his findings down to the local situation and a period of question and answer gave his audience an opportunity to discuss the possible problems to be faced locally in the post-war era. Lt. Ed Bailey, who has been in the service of the armed forces on the island of Attu, was the gues of Morris Swartz, and Atty. W A. Can-, presented H. A. Phillips of Mason City as his guest. O. L Tacobs was the chairman of th day. spend a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. George Horn. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gildner stopped in Charles City Sunday on their way from Waterloo to Mason City to visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Buckman here. The Royal Neighbor's Relief Circle will meet with Mrs. Dan Shannon, 604 Hilddreth street Wednesday afternoon. A 1:30 o'clock dessert' luncheon will be served by the hostess. Â·Mrs. Herman Nelson of Bea's Shop, Mrs. Alma Pritchard, Free Siefkes, Martin Anderson. Clarence Lucian and Malvern Horgan are all in Minneapolis, to seleci spring merchandise and furniture Twenty thousand pounds of clothing were distributed by the Red Cross among 1,500 American repatriates' returning from Japai aboard the Gripsholm. HOLD STEWART FITNERAL Charles City --Funeral service for Will E. Stewart, who died Fri lay morning, at his home, 50: Fifth avenue, were held Tuesdaj afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Firs Methodist church, with the Re\ H. M. Grant, pastor, officiating Interment was in Riverside ceme tery with the Hauser funeral horn in charge. RITES TO BE THURSDAY Charles City--Funeral service for Mrs. C. W. Johnson will b held Thursday afternoon at o'clock from the Methodist churc at Floyd with the Hev. H. H Fletcher officiating and intermen will be in Oakwood cemetery a Floyd. . LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT BOWEL WORMS Nobody is Â»Bre to escape. And roundworm can cause real trouble Inside you or you child. Watch for the Tram ing signs: un easy Btomach, nervousness, itchy nose c Â·eat. Get Jame'5 Vermifuge right away JAYNE'S is America's leadinc proprietor worm medicine; used by millions forover century. Acts rently, yet drires out round Demand JAYNE'S VEBMIFUC1 Chief Shows Soldiers How to Stalk Foe Camp Ellis, III., (U.P.)--Miles S. lorn, who is "While Crow" to bis \rikara Indian fellow-tribesmen nd "Chief to his army buddies, vould rather shoot a bow-and- rrow than a Garand, and he can talk a man as well as a puma. That's why he's teaching his raft now to soldiers training in ommando and ranger tactics. "Stalking game requires all a man's cunning," the 50 year old ndian corporal says. "He must know how to hide better than the animal he is after. That's why I vant,to teach all I know to other oldiers who are learning how to italk the most dangerous prey." Born on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation near Bismarck, . Dak., he has had a varied :areer as a trapper and hunter, xiseball player, missionary, range- rider in Montana, movie actor and artist. He has been married twice once to a comely Sioux, and is the father of.7 children. It was the trapping .and hunt- ng that developed Holm's stalk- ng prowess. He always has returned to the woods when other Tuesday, Jan. 11. 1M4 5 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE livelihoods ;ot tough. failed and the going His baseball career was limitcc vherc he played with Walter Johnson the j'ear before the later joined the Washington Senators. In his grease paint days, Horn )layed in the Fox movie, "The Oregon Trail," with Tom Mix and he as yet undiscovered G a r y hooper. He was featured as the buffalo herdsman. Horn's favorite painting subject is the buffalo, although he has painted and sketched prairies, coyotes, Indian encampments and other outdoor subjects. His buffalo paintings have been exhibited in some ol the country's galleries. One painting, owned by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, has been shown in the white house. Overage for active service now, the Arikara corporal went into the camouflage school at Camp Claiborne, La., last July. He wants to stay in service for the duration, so he can teach the tricks of the Indian trapper to other soldiers. FASTOR REHIRED Waucoma --The annual meeting of the Congregational church was held Sunday afternoon, at which time, Mrs. Alfred H, Bartter ol Decorah, the pastor the past year, was rehired lor the year 1941 at to a season at Grafion, N. Dak., an increase in salary." Give Your Lazy Liver This Gentle'Nudge' Works While Yoa Steep To Relieve CONSTIPATION If liver bile doesn't flow every aay Into your intestines -- constipation with its Headaches and that "hall-alive" reeling often result. Bo pep up your liver bile flow while you sleep and see How much better you should reel tomorrow I Just take Dr. Edwards* Olive Tablet* Used so successfully for years by Dr. P. M. Edwards (or Ills patients wltli constipation and sluggish liver bile. Olive Tablets, being purely vegetable, are wonderful to relieve constipation. No griping or weakening effects. Tost TONIGHT! Follow label directions. DR.EDWARDS'l?Â£W 7M FULL OF PEP MENTALLY ALERT BRIGHT EYES liven. GARNER The Concord town- FERTILE--The Women's Missionary Society of the Christian church will meet at the home of Mrs. Nora White and Mrs. G. O. Sanderson Thursday afternoon. In Package* and Tea BÂ«gÂ» at Youz Grocer's ship Farm Bureau elected the following officers: Jack 'Dethmers, director: Alfred Woiwod, chairman, and A. M. Roesdahl, secretary. IOWA FALLS -- A joint installation of officers of the Iowa Falls chapter, Order of Eastern Star, and the Mason's Home Lodge will be held at the Masonic hall Wednesday evening. IOWA FALLS -- Mrs. E. A. Westbury has been named president of the past matrons of the Eastern Star: Mrs. Georfe Johnson, vice president; and Mrs. R. E. Lerch, secretary-treasurer. CRESCO-- Joint installation of officers of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges of Cresco were held Thursday evening with the following installing officers in charge: District Deputy Grand Master P. G. Kratz, District Deputy Florence Hayes, District Deputy Grand Marshal. Fred Mitchell, and District Deputy Grand Marshal. Bessie Saywcll. GARNER-- The Madison township Farm Bureau elected the following officers: H. H. Stoltenberg, director; H. M. Lackore, chairman; and Mrs. John Hester, secretary. THORNTON -- Mrs. L o u i e Ytzen, Jr., will be hostess to the American Legion Auxiliary at the Methodist Annex Tuesday. ACKLEY-- In a beautiful and impressive ceremdriy F.isinj; Star chapter O.- E. S. nt Ackley installed officers for 10-14 Friday evening. BELMOND-- St. Elizabeth's will meet .Thursday at the home of Mrs. C. J. Brady. CLARION-- The Home Builders of the Methodist church will hold a class party at the O. G. Day home Thursday evening with Mrs. C. R. Kramer as hostess. KIESTER, Minn. -- The Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. RUDD -- The United Service Women will meet with Mrs. H. O- Braham Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. PLYMOUTH -- The Republican Woman's club of Falls township will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. O. Hanson. ROCK FALLS-- The Friendly Familiar Circle will meet Wednesday evening for a pot luck supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore. The Rev. L. E. Sar- ciiett will have charge of the evening's entertainment. . CARPENTER-- The town sewing circle will meet Thursday afternoon at the parish house. HAYFIELD-- The Madison Ladies Progressive club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Johnson. ALGONA -- The Women's club will meet Friday- at the home of Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. Mrs. Howard French will- review "Only the Stars Are Neutral." ALGONA -- Mrs. Alma Nelson will be hostess to the Lutheran missionary society Friday afternoon. RIDGEWAY-- The annual meeting of the Lincoln creamery will be held at Ridgeway Saturday. FERTILE -- The C h r i s t i a n church ladies aid will be entertained at the church parlors Friday afternoon. Just Unpacked New Shipment SPUN RAYONS Â» GABARDINES CAVALRY-TWILLS Â· POPLINS FAILLE and Â· SHANTUNGS ALL IN PLAIN COLORS From SVz to 5 Yard Lengths It's fun, it's thrifty, it's easy to sew your own clothes. Here's your chance to have the clothes you've always wanted--at half the cost. Be sure and see these fine dress lengths. Now it's time to think of spring. Scores of interesting buttons, Â· threads, t h e newest t r i pri- mings, t i m e s a v i n g aids, sewing boxes and many more - for the one who sews. extra bonds. The 18th, through he attack."