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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 12, 1944
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IOWAN ROBBED OF S300 CASH Fort Dodge Produce Manager Is Victim Fort Dodge, (£)--Van Aul manager of a produce buying sta tion here, was held up and robbe of more than $300 in cash by , unmasked bandits at 9:20 a. m Tuesday, he told police. The me escaped in a large black car ir which a third accomplice ma have been waiting, Ault said. Ault had just returned from place of concealment for large amounts of money to replenish hi cash drawer and had all of th concealed money in his hand wnen the bandits entered, he sail The station is owned by th Cedar Creek Creamery of Soraers 2 Escape Injury When Autos Crash at Woden Woden--John Brunson, Woden farmer, escaped injury when th car he was driving collided will one driven by A. L. Foster Siacy Fruit salesman, of Mason City on Highway 111 at Woden Foster also escaped injury. Bot; cars were considerably damaged Posthumous Award of Purple Heart Is Made ^ Hampton--Mr. and Mrs Thron Johnson of New Hampton received the Purple Heart from the war department awarded posthumously to their son, Pvt Stanley Johnson, who was killec in action in Sicily Aug. 6, 1943 CHILD HURT IN WRINGER Belmond--James Brady, smal son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brady caught his left arm in a washing machine wringer Monday No hones were broken but the arm is badly bruised up to the shoulder. WIU, TAKE NAVIGATION Fertile--Pvt. Danny Sanderson arrived at the parental S. L. Sanderson home Friday from Las Vegas, Nevada, where he has jus completed his air gunnery course He has an 11 day furlough which he will spend with his wife and little daughter, Bonnie Lee anc his parents. He left Wednesday Tor Hondo, Texas, where he will take a course in advanced navigation. · Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. NU:JENAHI T **JJ2"" ····-. ·».·*· ·»». JO BRUSH MABKS^ Dflmorvs Families on Move; Looks Like March 1 Greene -- Among the real estate changes in Green and vicinity are the following: Mrs. Walter Paplow purchased the Cecil Cole residence. The Cecil Cole family will move onto the n o Robert Cole farm southeast Greene. of Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Wilder purchased a residence property at Clarksville and will leave the Lila Schnee farm, which will be occupied by the Galen Smith family of New Hampton. The L. J. Simpsons are moving from a farm east of Greene to Sac Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bruce purchased the Wyatt Green farm a mile east of Greene, and Mr Greene and daughter Edna, have bought the Anna KivfiU residence in Greene. Mr. and Mrs. James Rodman are moving -to the residence owned by the William Tiddick estate and occupied by Superintendent ' of Schools, J. Kirk Sperry and family, who will move to the residence vacated by the Dale Wildman family, who will occupy the house belonging to the S. J. McRoberts estate. The Orville Kingery family are moving to Greene from Franklin Meetings ,, Of North Iowa Organizations ST ANSCSAB--The Cemetery society of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at the parish house. CHAPIN--At the annual meet- -ig of tne WSCS o£ the Methodist church, officers elected for the "' ° _ y £a r were: President, TVT~" ?,' A S' 2 ? 1 ? 6 ^ vi =e president, Mrs. C. A. Levitt; treasurer Mrs U D. Petheram; recording and corresponding secretary, Mrs. C E. Stone'oracker; secretary of missions, Mrs. W. F. Sanders; secre- ary of local society, Mrs. Clyde ST. ANSGAR_The WSCS was o meet Wednesday afternoon. RUDD--At a meeting of the Culture club at the home of Mrs Nelle Ulter the following officers vere elected: President, Mrs ,lsie Folkerts: vice president' \Irs. Louise Sinning; secretary virs. Christine Braham; treasurer Mrs. Mamie Burcham. SCAIOTLLE--Immanuel Ladies aid will be entertained in the hurch parlors Thursday after- '·oon. SCARVILLE -- The Scarville Red Cross will meet Friday! Convalescent robes and kit bags are o be made. LUVERNE -- The Presbyterian v oman s Association was to meet Vednesday afternoon at the home f Mrs. Arthur Riley. .KANAWHA - The Kanawba .ountry Woman's club will meet nda£ afterhrfon in the home of Irs. Clifford Jordanger. MANLY --District manager of he Boy Scouts, A. Fry, of Mason -.ity, was the speaker at Bethel hurch Monday evening, when he Brotherhood met. WESpY _ The annual firemen's ball will be held Tuesday ight, Jan. 25. All the officers vere re-elected at a recent meet- ng, as follows: E. M. Olson, fire nief; Vincent Daughan, secre- ary; and L, L. Lease, treasurer CHAPIN--The Missionary Sun- ay school class of the Methodist hurch will meet at the home of Trs. H. M. Tiffany Friday after- RECORD VOLUME OF BUTTER MADE Creamery Has Income Exceeding Past Years West Union--For the 3rd year in succession, the West Union Farmers creamery made a record volume o£ butter. Due to prices the cash income also was far above any former year. Total butter sales were $334768, and the total butter production 727,680 pounds. This showed an increase of 88,686 pounds. Th average price paid for butterf was 52.92 cents, compared wii 45.83 cents last year. All the officers chosen ar new. There was no fight, sever of the old officers declining hold office longer, and locatio accounting for the other change The new officers are: Presiden Clarence Houg; vice presiden Melvin Olson; directors, Osci R e e d e r , Walter Dietel, Ca Palmer. A change will be mad in the secretaryship, as Mr Allen Schatz is to accept a po as deputy county auditor Feb. Manly Lutherans Hold Election of Officers Manly--The annual meeting u tne English Lutheran church wa held Monday evening with th Rev. Harold Hendriksen presid ing. Mrs. L. O. Knudsen spoke in behalf of the Woman's Missionar society; Mrs. Oscar Schulte an Mrs. Harm Oltman represented th Guild; Dora Kruger and Lawrenc Honker, Luther league; Irvin Meyer, Sunday school; and Mr G. S. Westly, senior choir. Election of officers f ollowe The church board consists of I H. Honker, Oscar Schulte, Pau Fromholdt, M. N. Forland, Alvir Kobernusz and Harm Oltman Sunday school staff consists c Irving Meyer, superintendent, an Mrs. J. Pinta, secretary and treas Formal installation of officer and church council will tak place at the morning service Sun day under direction of the pasto Boy Scout Committee Has Monthly Meeting Ackley--At the regular monthl meeting of the Franklin distric Boy Scout committee held in Ack ley Monday evening, plans wer announeed-for boards of review i Hampton, Wednesday evening, an in Acldey Tuesday, Jan 18 ,, Fla , ns for a court of honor J March also are being made. J district scoutmasters roundtabl meeting will be conducted in con nection with the Hampton boar of review meeting Wednesday. Plans are also being made fo the organization of-a Cub pack in Ackley. The next meeting of th district committee will be i Hampton Feb. 14. j. E . starner o lismpton, commissioner of the dis tiict, presided. Charles City Globe-Gazett Hears From Husband Prisoner in Germany Aleona--Mrs. Donald C. Arns received a communication from her husband, Lt. Donald C. Arns the first word she has had sine he was taken prisoner in Germany His card was dated Nov. 7 H was shot down over Munster Ger Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly ."S -SSS. ££ i«2i»K t - , n two tlxn a Mils . .^d, overnight-obtained. It ¥»U^fSiS%^ ^er BI ' " 10, 1943. He was in fi,V~ m °5 e leg and he Etated tha the wound was healing and h could walk on the leg He is in prison at Camp Stalog Luft II near Dresden. Another Kossuth county man Lt Duane Lighter of Algona, is kl interned in the same camp. Burma^UBe Speaker at Father-Son Banquet THE BEST IN GLASSES at LOWER PRICES Are ITonrs at Moson City Branch of the Service Optical Co. of Des Moines ·«.* Bert at Our Mason City Office T OU Can (J«t 1. 2. Complete First Class Eyeglass Service ' S3t = Doctor ol measurements. *ccor(Urn «o your owa For · Better Deal On Eyeglasses SERVICE OPTICAL CO. I 2.7 So. Federal _ Ground Floor - M«o n Citr, Iowa I ... ·-- Methodist Broth- will sponsor the father- son banquet Monday at 7:30 p m rn Methodist church dining room. The speaker for the eve? ning w»ll be Henry Burma Allison speaker -of the Iowa house of representatives. WES AT DETROIT Brtsfow--A. N. Morford re- wen* VD? f TM m - hiS Wif TM **" - ,--- of the death of their son- sinaT' ?l6 -- Minehart - *TMTM that Mrs. Minehart and^the chf° dren are released from quaran- Mrs Morforrt1 eh ,?£ an £, c h'W«sn ivni. ivionorci and Mrs Idel-Biinlc er left Detroit Wednesday "or «^°£. w ?5? · funera l w«i£ Oak here ! DIES IN Armstronr--Jonas O. Go 69, formerly of Armstron ° j e Dec. 26 at the home of his so and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Earl Gorman of New Pr " foUowing VISIT HTSBANDS Sheffield -- Sirs. George Ecfc- w v D e e n maneuvers at Camp Granite Cal have been moved to Port Dix N i' S ? rgeai i t Eckhardt came Mon- FARSI utraato--Lawrence Priem has uSSf 6 ? the farm adjoin ^e ? £S · !i u arm on the eas '- occupied by Glendon Horgan. He takes possession March 1st when th! a i5 S J? ove to thc Bliss Northwood. Radio Aids in Hunt for Missing Boy Charles City--According to Police Chief Henry DeBoest, Ray Troutuer, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Troutner, of Charles City, has been missing since Monday morning and a radio broadcast was sent out Tuesday morning to state and city officers to be on the lookout for him. The youth started to school at the Washington school building Monday morning with a sister who attends high school but did not appear at his classes. He was to meet his sister after school to see about getting some skates but failed to do so and when he did not return in the evening, police were notified. He is described as 4 feet, 11 inches, weighing about Go pounds with brown eyes and brown, hair, dressed in a brown pair of trousers and brown jacket with a blue and gray stocking cap. WILL RECRUIT WACs Charles Cily _ Floyd County WAC recruiting chairman Attorney W. G. Henke Tuesday announced that a recruiting team for the Women's Army Corps will be in Charles City Wednesday through Friday, Jan. 12, 13 14 to interview applicants for the WAC and the Air-WAC. They will make their haadquarters at the civilian defense office. ATTEND FCNEBAL Stacyville_Mr. and Mrs. Ben Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Krebsbach attended the funeral of Frank Weber at Waterloo Monday. Burial was at St. Joseph's cemetery at Raymond. Charles City Briefs Funeral services for Charles E. Kibler, seaman 3rd class, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cross Ji ere j£ W in Waterloo Tuesday! Mr. Kibler died Jan. 3 in Long Beach, Cal., following an illness. I nose attending from Charles City were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cross Mrs. Merrill Knight and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cross. B. F. Wright left Monday night for Imperial, Texas. His daugh- *f. r ?- Doris Snyder and Virginia Wright, accompanied him as far as Des Moines, to spend a few days visiting relatives there Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Green received word of the birth of a son to Flight Officer and Mrs E 0 Hogers, of Louisville, Ky Mrs' Rogers was the former Lillian Green. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Smith are the parents of a daughter, born at the Cedar Valley hospital Tues- air. and Mrs. Clifford Hildebrand arrived Saturday from New York City where Mr. Hildebrand 1S . m . *TM merchant marine, for a n^/ ls ^ r' ith his P ar£ nts. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hildebrand and other relatives and friends, including o^r^ rot 5 er Dean Hildebrand, RMIC, who was here on a short leave from active duty on the Pacific with the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hildebrand returned to the west coast Sunday evening. _ Ross Kellogg, who has been doing electrical work in a defense Plant in St. Louis, Mo., resigned his position to take similar work at the Oliver plant here. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waller left Monday for Chicago, on business. Their son, Bobby, Jr., will stay with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Waller while his parents are gone. Mrs. Bessie Smith's group of Congregational church women will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Claude Berray, 614 3rd avenue, for a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon. BREAKS LEG IN FALL Ctarlet City--Miss Grace and Edith Troutner have received word that their sister, Mrs. Cora McCarthy fell at her home in Milwaukee, WJs., and broke the femur bone of the left leg At present she is in the Columbia hospital in Milwaukee and is reported to be doing well. At one time Mrs. McCarthy was a teacher in the Charles City schools. GRANDSON WOUNDED Charles City--Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nelson received word that their grandson, Nelson Harvey, who attended school in Charles City has been wounded in action Their daughter, Mrs. William L. Harvey, received a letter from him saying that he had been wounded in the arm, Dec. 15. Private Harvey is with the 5th army in Italy. DIES IN ARIZONA Rake--Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Halverson received a message that their son-in-law, Ivan Hopper, died from a heart attack at his home at Tucson, Ariz., Dec 27 Mrs. Hopper was the former Emma Halverson of Rake. FALSE TEETH That Looicn Need Hat Embarrass o » » »« av» .u*- real embarrassment because th«lr ,"»}= dr°PP«i. slipped or w.bbled it SJi ^i" Xf°"t. Umc ! Do nm liv « n - ol UUs happening to you. Oust flTM"?" ' ','j tte PASTEETH. the »lK! v» ?.· "TM-«lai Dowder. on your platej MoJdi bio teeth mor« firmly, 10 they '«' more comjortatje. Does not sour ' " . ! . *" ""-'"*. b FASTEETH at any dru« now. Former Charles City Girl Marries in West Charles City--The marriage of Miss Mildred Miller, Huntinglon Park Cal., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Miller, of Charles City to Jack Kenley Givan, son of Mr and Mrs. Forest N. Givan, of Porterville, Cal., took place at i °, cl °r ck 'v 1 l ec ' U - 19 «, at the First English Lutheran church Los Angeles, Cal., with the Dr ? GV ' Schwertz performing the double ring ceremony. ,,.? h( : bridegroom, stationed at Wilmington, Cal., as BM 2/c, of the United States coast guard had as his best man, Keith Skidmore, of Bakersfield, Cal After the wedding a reception was held for the immediate relatives and friends in the church reception room. Before making her home m California, the bride formerly resided in Charles City, graduating ?r ° m j he Charle s City high school in 1936, and was later employed at the Oliver Farm Equipment company and Peerless Photo Finishing Co., in Charles City. She Wednesday. Jan. 12, »« 5 MASON CITST GtOBE-GAZETXB is now employed at the Signal Oil company of Los Angeles, Cal. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Porterville Junior, college and after graduation was employed with the Bank of America. After a short wedding trip, the couple established their home at 6330-C Seville Ave., Huntington Park, Cal. SEALS SELL WELL West Union--Report of the sale of Christmas seals indicate that complete returns will be well over $200, which is as much as $20 over last year's total. Prom a report of the sale in the rural districts of the county, with 12 districts yet to report, the indications are that more than $500 will be readied. Miss Ardyce Woodside was chairman for West Union; Miss Beryl Morf for the rural school districts. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. REMEMBER ,, THIS FIRST When common headache or colds' painful miseries strike ~~.JT_JJI» i i 4 J J J J » l l l » A U t * l^tUl WJllUll \|II its friendly aid when these miseries strike. Yes,itgoesrighttoworktore- ueve theirachingmisery. St. Joseph. Aspirin's effective analgesic action helps take soreness out of colds' Bore throat too. Keep St. Joseph. Aspirin handy, instantly ready to --b" "t *~ *o IOID wurm B iaTKaBw Seller afc ten cents. 36 tablets 20o, lOOonly 35e. Quality, etrength anJ purity are guaranteedbythemakers. You'll find genuine, puieSt. Joseph Aspirin a big valua at little cost. Y/oucaa't get better aspirin, « why ever uav more?. Demand St. Joae^j AspiS Millions of motorists are amazed by unexpected extra mileage from cars and tires W HO WOULD ever have thought, say countless car owners, that the old bus would still be running strong in 1944J They say it with wonder... and that is a tribute to the lasting quality which American automobile and rubber companies built into cars and tires. They say ir with pride... and that is recognition of the ' vital parr each car plays in helping to solve the nation's wartime transportation problem. So, to the man who has made his car last, this is a deserved word of thanks. You have done your part in two ways: By driving under 35, and by driving to your service station at least once a week for wartime car-saving and tire-saving care. This help is always available, ready and waiting, at every Phillips 66 Service Station. Tire-Saving Service includes weekly checking of air pressures . . . inspection for cuts and bruises . .. crisscrossing with the spare every 3,000 miles . . . recommendation for recapping. Car-Saving Service includes inspection of battery, radiator, air filter... lubrication of every friction point specified by the maker of your car. Remember,you are helping to "Guard America's Mileage" when you drive in for wartime Car-Saving and Tire-Saving Service at the Orange and Black 66 Shield ... the sign of famous Phillips 66 Gasoline and Phillips 66 Motor Oil. Care For Your Car For Your Country

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