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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1944
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J*n. » iw MASO.V CUT GLOBC-GAZCTTE Charles City Globe-Gazette BOYS MAY STUDY NAVAL AVIATION Value of Training Is ; Estimated at $30,000 CbMrlef^Cltfr-f^r. the convenience of young · men o£. this area, the navy .'iSsending a special. aviation cadet" Jprocessing-board to Charles City Friday; Jan. 21, winch will interview applicants at the high school. This board will Jhandle the complete preliminary processing of all young men interested in naval aviation. Boys who are 17 or 18, who have graduated or will graduate Jrom high school before March 1, and boys who are 17 and who were not ·18 before Jan. 1, will be considered for enlistment next spring. Applicants must be in good phy- kical condition and stand in the Upper two-thirds of .their class in school. 1 Complete test' will be given by -the processing; board. Those- who qualify after high school gradua- 'tion will receive 8 months' training in V-12 (the navy^s:' college ·'training program), followed by 16 , months' training as aviation cadets : Successful candidates will then "^become commissioned officers 'in -, (the navy or marine corps. Thi* ; training is valued by the navy at ,'$30,000 lor each cadet. : ' · / · · · V Seventeen year olds'" who do not ;ineet all the qualifications lor V-E rlhay he considered for enlistmenl f ; In -the navy V-6 radio technician 'program and remain in high school ·'Until graduation. This is a hew ^opportunity for specialized radio ^training, and interested applicants Jare invited to visit/ ihe "special .'board when it holds interviews on Jan. 21. ·..'··'· ^Farmer Breaks Parole, ·Must Serve Jail Term · ' Charles City -- Leslie Smith, ;iarnier- was jailed here Tuesday after he had violated a provision .of his parole, in justice. court on ·-an intoxication charge, in which .;he was fined $100 or 30 days in r jail and paroled under the agree- "inent that he stay away from beer ·'taverns and places of like nature. Smith will now have to serve the '.30 days. Authorities said Smith's ^family .was compelled to do all the . -chores' anyway, so it would not ; work any hardship on them lor ; Smith to be in jail lor 30 days. (GtfUpMgMs V you bare to nt up f or'.a iit your rest Is ErateB «n« If « no wondw H you tea old and run dovn belon nor - time. Functional ntbu ttun eTfuie o» Vn. taalc Eliatj tad BUoMer trouklc mAjr be the caoM of manr ' too* simply Mcanw tte . JUja »n4 not »ortlni fast ---------- tef and nmoTJic Iniuttaf exaa tctis, -. tatma and wanes from jour blood. So if . . JW ftet up nlebts or suffer from bumior. ·MBfy ot ftegoent Miiagw, to» palm, back- ·ehe, or imfltn anllts. dtu to noMtganle mle KMne? and Bladdn irou- at* namutakt to tmnf tha calKd Cntex. BMaosa if Has or son-iyiumle Ua«.3-ou-u mat* . such lojouj, bappy rtUtt to so hi jh » ntagr of neb e«», Cnta 13 sold un- piara»tee of money tack on return or «HPt] 'fieluft nnltM complitelj utlK tety. Cnlex cost* oiitr 3$c at druggists. Mrs. James Cross Dies; Funeral to Be Friday Charles City--Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon a 2 o'clock at Grossmann's chapel for Mrs. James Cross, 71, who died at her home, 3 miles northwest of Charles City -Tuesday noon..The Rev. C. p. James, pastor of Central Methodist church wil officiate and interment .will- be in Beckwith cemetery near Colwell - She was born to. Hollis am Francis Gbbdale," Feb. 8,- 1872 · in Floyd county, .where she grew to womanhood. She was married to James Cross Dec. 9, 1896 To this union 9 children were born 01 whom all survive but one, Mrs Virgil Wilson, who died in August, .1939. Those surviving are Mrs Will Krumrey, Hollis Cross Charles Cross, Mrs. Leonard Beck. Mrs. Archie Hahn, Lillian Cross Mrs. Thelma Welch and Jack Cross, all of this vicinity but Mrs ? a i i,. wh9 reside s in Richmond CaL .There are 2 brothers, Charles Goodale, Dell Rapids, S. Dak., and BertXJoodale, Alta Vista, and 20 grandchildren and 4 great grand- Bette Jean Kellogg, DayidA.DeMarisWed ? · CHjr-- The marriage o Miss Bette Jean Kellogg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RalphKeUoge o Charles City, to Pvt. David A? De- Mans of Mason City, son of Mr and Mrs. Albert DeMaris, took Place Tuesday night at 7 o'clock in .the First Methodist church, the pastor, the Rev. H. M. Grant per- formuig. the single-ring ceremony The bride's sister; - Shirlie Mae Kellogg, was bridesmaid, and- th bridegroom's brother, Douglas Be Mariv of -Mason City, .was bes man. The bridegroom is stationed at .Camp Campbell, Ky. Immedi ate relatives and friends of th bride and bridegroom attended the wedding. Mrs. DeMaris wil stay with her parents until she leaves to join her husband in the near future. Pair Weds at Depew in Candlelight Ceremony .Cfcarles City _ miss Arlene Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- Morris Mitchell of Cylinder and Cpl. Arnold E. Haller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haller o Charles City, were united in marriage at a candlelight service Sunday, Jan. 9, at 5:30 in the St John s Lutheran church at Depew The Bev. A. K. Gaard offidatec at the double'ring ceremony . The bride was attended by her sister, ,Marie, as maid of honor and the bridegroom by Rober: Sylvester of Charles City. Following the wedding a reception was held m the Albert Mitchell home at which 100 guests were present FoUowing the reception, the bride and _. bridegroom left lor Camp Adair, Ore., where the bridegroom s .stationed, and will make their home there. FOES DIVORCE SUIT El Paso, Tex, (ff)--Martha Kaye, Hollywood film actress, has filed suit for divorce from Capt. Seal i-ang of the army in Mexican civil court at Juarez, across the Rio Grande from El Paso. J A N U A R Y SALE of DRESS SHOES synthetic to bfown gab AJl stzm, not in every style. Dflmon's To Continue Drive for Fat, Tin and Paper ChulM city--H:C; Flagman, director of the state; Salvage division, Des Moines, stopped in Charles .'City Tuesday to. confer with E. J. 'Waller, 'Floyd' county chairman - 'of salvage and .Miss Grace Trbutner,;. county chairman of the women's salvage division, while making a tour of this par! of the state. Mr. Flagman visited the salvage collection center where the contributions' from the rural areas and neighboring towns are being packed according to the classifications designated by the war production board. He was much impressed with the large amount of clothing collected in this county. While the drive is concluded there is work to be done to get it to the central depots. In discussing other salvage projects, Mr. Flagman stated the most urgent one right now was salvaging paper. Every week 155,000 tons are needed for the manufacture of packages for war items. He commented on the splendid showing Floyd county made in the first drive when 3 carloads were collected, and urged the local chairman to continue the collections and impress the community the need of this critical material. Fats and tin cans are also needec for the war effort according to the state director who stated al these are projects which cost the individual nothing except a little time and effort and indicate a willingness to help win the war He said the tin can drive woulc be continued after the war as manufacturers saw no prospects of immediate foreign markets Miss Troutner was advised some time ago ^that the silk hose drive, has been dropped. She supervised the home collection dur- ujg.the spring and summer and Floyd county made a good showing in this project, Scout Troop Collects 6 Tons of Waste Paper Charles City--The Boy Scouts of Troop 71, under the leadership of their scoutaiaster, Carl Hauser collected almost 6 tons of waste paper, newspaper and magazines in tnwr drive during the Christmas: holidays. A great bulk of the paper went to local war industries and to the local greenhouses to relieve a serious shortage there. Another drive for paper will be held on the first Saturday in February, which falls on Feb. 5. Other scout troops in the city will oe asked to co-operate so the drive can be completed in one day. FIND RUNAWAY BOY _. .«'*» JpItJ ~ According to Sheriff B. F. Atherton Wednesday Hay Troutner, 13, son of Mr; and Mrs. Jess Troutner, who was reported missing, after starting to school Monday morning, was located at Iowa Falls with relatives According' to the officer, young Troutner was to be sent home sometime Wednesday on a bus. Charles City Briefs - Pvt. Gladys Ponto, who recently enlisted in the air-WAC left Tuesday noon for Des Moines. From there she will report to Fort Jglethorpe, Ga., for 5 weeks' of basic training. Gladys has a brother,. Harold, who is serving with the. armed forces in Italy .Mr. and Mrs. Orville Scholl, of Rockford, are the parents of a daughter, born'at the Cedar Valley hospital ' Members of the Elks enjoyed a stag night party, Tuesday evening with dinner followed by a social time. Guests were members of a recruiting squad for the navy from Minneapolis and Mason City. The party was in charge of the Elks officers. The local ration board will be closed to the public all day Friday. Employes will attend a district meeting at Mason City. Cora Hartwig of Mason City called on friends in Charles City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E McSweeney attended a meeting of the musician's union at the Covered Wagon in Mason City Monday night St. Charles lodge No. 141 of the Hasons will hold its regular meet- ng Thursday night at 7:30. There vill be installation of officers Helene Meinzer returned Tuesday from Riceville, where she has been visiting her aunt, Ulrs. Charotte Seavy, for a few days The Royal Neighbors will meet "day night at 8 o'clock in the .-,*?· °- F - ha U f °r installation. All ·tficers are requested to attend ana not to wear formals The Clara Swain study group * the Centra] Methodist church nU meet Friday night at 7:45 at he church. Emma Priebe and atrena Jung will have charge of *16 StUu^*. OX CIVIL RIGHTS 1AW New York, (£*)--Martin A. Nich- Is, assistant manager of the Hotel Knickerbocker, was convicted in special sessions court Wednesday of violating the civil rights law in refusing hotel accommodations to a Negro. The decision, with 2 justices concurring and one dissenting, was described as the first of its kind in the city. Nichols was given the alternative of $100 fine or 30 days in jail. Wesley _ Rita Studer, oldest daughter of- Julius P. Studer, has gone to Mankato, Minn., where she ha* joined the Notre'Dame Sitter* convent M a postulate. , BUY SQJJIBB Squibb Pore Aspirin 200 five Groin T o M M i v . v . . . . . . 69C ' ' . · ' " ·'''·*.- - ' · · ' - ' · " - ' ' - . · (-'-·» .. · - ' 100 Fij£5rain Tablet, . . ' . . . . . . . . . 4?C 12 Five Groin Tablets . IOC SQJJIBB (TOOTH POWDER · PIEASANT .EFFECTIVE · ECONOMICAL L A I 6 E S 1 Z E Dental Cran Giant Economy ^j^ Size Tube Bruihleu Shoving Cream Giant Size _«·, Tube J9C Lather Creaa .For the man that uses o ·'brash. «1A«B Urge Tube. . ZJPC PURE CASTOR OIL, 12-oz. Bottle CASTOR OIL, Cold Pressed, 6-ox. Bottle... I SQUIBB CASTOR OIL, No Bod Taste, 3-ox....... , 69C Cascara Aromatic Me MILK OF MAGNESIA Squibb, 2-ojf. Bottle . , y o a Mild Laxative. Quart Bottle !Xtf'?'_ S r° tt U"'? £.«"· **««'i«l-9. jjj HALIBUT LIVER OIL 100 Plain Capsules, A fr.D Vitamins... AandD VITAMIN ra*Mtt puce $4.u roi MO cwsuiis 89C NAVITOL Squibb. 100 High Potency Vitamin Oil Capeules. VITAMIN E Zygon Pure Wheat Germ Oil Capsules ..... Cod Liver Oil, Squibb Plain or Mint Flavored. One and One-half Pint Bottle 12-ounce Bottle Four-ounce Bottle Aa 7OC MAVlTOf L ' quid Vitamin * A and D Cortc.n- ·TM ¥ M * V 1 * trate. Drop do*oge. For infants, according to age. Economy 50 C. C. Size . . . . . . . ZINC OXIDE OINTMENT, Economy 2-ounce Sixe Tube MINERAL OIL $1.00. eft Quart Bottle OjFV MINERAL OIL Squibb. California. CfllM Heavy. Pint 3/V MINERAL OIL EMULSION PlWt ^VlBF^k» EMULSION MINERAL OIL With Phenolphthatein, Pint . . . . . " . MAO. ORDERS FILLED Send Us Your Order--Add Tox and Postage Prices Effective Thursday, 4 P. M., Friday and Saturday. No Sale to Dealers. OSCO DRUG ~ SAV1 ADHESIVE TAPE «* -» 2*-*9c OLIVE OIL ***** . . . : 3oz.Botu.i9c CHILDREN'S MITTENS-»**lie JERSEY GLOVES ( J 1 9 C Mineral Oil 23c (Limit 1) Quart Bottle PROPHYLACTIC TOOTH POWDER, Large Sixe Package Mar-o-Oil Absorbine Jr. CAMPHORATED OIL, (Limit 1) 4-ounce Bottle I) Bottle. 23C 53c 61c We BABY RECORD BOOKS ?»£V».S';p K " 1 $i°«''!S y "Sd'"*' '*· *- Book* make nice gifts. Each,, MIL PIPE SMOKER Here Is One For You-- FRANK MEDICO Filter Pipe with Metal Lined Ferrule UNION LEADER, 75c, Fourteen- ounce Tobacco .......... BOTH FOR FRANK MEDICO PIPE ALONE. . . . 51 00 ANACIN i 100 Tablets 98c ASPERTAINE For Pain Relief, 30 Tablet Pkg.. NEW! C O R N S Cailous-js Bunions 31 ziio-r m WOODBURY COLD CREAM 39c 59c-97c SWEETHEART SOAP. Shaving Cream BngDed Clothes Line "·"""" 19c 27c 25c. Kills Bed Bug*. Pint. .... 50-Feet. Bundle. We Can Makes 40 Gallons Cleaner. Can MOth Balk aimit ,) Pound Pk 9 lit Moth-Proof Bags La , svH ..v, 23c WINDOW SHADES Waterproof, Tan, Unmounted. 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