The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 17, 1944 · Page 3
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January 17, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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, J»H. 17, m* 3 (SON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE )ad Absent, [Mother Gets [New Problems Iowa City--When the father of [the family is away from home in I war service, the mother mus1 I train herself to face daily prob- I lems without worry, anxiety, or I anger and she really must make I a business of understanding the children. This advice is given by Dr Ralph .H. .Ojemann of the child welfare research station at thi University of Iowa and it appliei to any sort of family. i ' "Because fathers usually are.a borne, we have allowed mothers, t Expels Gas From Stomach and Bowels become more emotional than la eeeuarjr. Now they most school lemselves so that they can think hrough the problems as they arise nd to curb any emotional out- urst over little thincs," Dr. Oje- mann said. Father usually is the discipline rian and with him absent the mother must keep in mind that no isciplme with the young child is elpful if it is based upon making he child do things rather than vorking things out thoughtfully. There never was a time when it is more vital for mothers to learn to nderstand their children. "Father still can help on the arger problems--but ask his ad- rice well ahead of time and don' vorry him about little things. Am when he comes home on furlough give him a little time to catch up with family matters and to settle into a new daily routine," Dr. Oje- mann advised. He also recommends: (1) moth er taking part in some community enterprise which will challeng her, (2) asking friends and neigh bors to play games in which fathe used to participate with the chil dren, (3) keeping cheerful and in terested, avoiding moodiness. , Wbcn constipation's gas way down in the bowel I blcaU you up and you feel miserable--get D . Peter Fahmey's Alpen Krauler. This time . tested stomachic tonic medicine -- compounded I of to of Nature's own medicinal roots, herbs I ' and botanicals-- usually brinn happy reiie n Kra rinn h bel. A] ' Take only as directed on label. AJpen Kraute . comforts the stomach and aids clogged u I ··lumih bowels to expel waste matter. Beat o I all it reduces bloated, gassy feeling due to d |,layed elimination. For soothing relief from I functional constipation's soothing relief fro I (as attacka. net ALPEN KRAUTER toda | - --from any Fahraey agency, such as: W* Ill-ten's: Garnrr--L. W. Zelcer Bmcekiicr*s Drmf £t*ce. issue Guide ;o Events in iowa History Iowa City--G u i d e to historic markers scattered through some 00 Iowa communities has been published by the state historical ociety at the University of Iowa. It was compiled by Mrs. Susie tVebb Wright and tells of people places, incidents or events con- .ected with Iowa history. Copies lave been sent to all tax-sup- )orted and college libraries in, the state. Statesmen and soldiers, educators, preachers, pioneer men and women from every walk of life are honored by these markers many of which are in small com ^unities off the main-traveled highways. SOLDIERS PROMOTED Riceville --Some Riceville boy who have received recent promo tions are: Cpl. Melvin Weigle Italy has been advanced to ser geant; J a m e s Baihan, Cam Blanding, Fla., is now a corpora Pfc. Paul Gilmore in Italy is no a corporal, and Cpl. Shelyn Han sen'in North Africa is now a sta sergeant. Directors Elected by Iowa Falls State Bank Iowa Falls --A. C. Thornburg has been re-elected president o£ the Iowa Falls State bank, and W. A. Roberts, cashier. At the annual meeUng of the stockholders recently, W. L. Cousin was renamed manager of the Alden branch. Directors of the bank are A. C. Thornburg, W. A. Roberts, J. W. Capwell, R. Thornburg and Richard Welden. Deposits in the bank total $1,492,248.56. M O N T G O M E R Y W A R D Dharles City News RATION OFFICE HAS BUSY YEAR Gives Report of Work of Floyd County Board Charles City --The Floyd county ration board has been a busy place for the past 12 months of 1943. It has just passed its 2nd anniversary and for. 1943 put out the following: Eight thousand six hundred and eighty-six fuel oil rations; 221,412 pounds of canning sugar to 4,842 applicants; 230 war ration books 1's; 17,788 war ration books II's; 35 war ration books Ill's; 18,217 war ration books IV's;. 7,300 tire and tube certificates; 81 bicycle certificates; 21 automobile certificates; 221 stoves. Two hundred and forty-eight pairs rubber footwear; 5,614 "A* books; 9,494 "B" books; 2,172 books; 12 "D" books; 672 books; 3,888 "R" books; 2,796 books; 65 institutional users served; 25 industrial users served; 60 clubs and lodges have received rations. Comprising the Floyd county board are: J. E. Price, chairman; Dr. F. G. Henke, Merrill Smith, Jr.; Father B. W. Frommelt, Mrs. Lola Clark, L. E. Benedict, Wayne Bieber, A. F. Burnham and Elmer Waller. educed for nee! WARDS ENTIRE STOCK OF REGULAR *24.75 BRANDON SUITS 2188 H you've ever worn a Brandon soil yoo certainly enjoyed its comfortable fit, its srtiarf lines, its good wear. At Wards clearance price you know you're getting a real bargain in clothing! Lot's of good-looking patterns, in all-wool fabrics or wool-and-rayon blends. * Us* your credit! Choose your suit new ... pay later on Ward* monthly payment plan M "C" "E" iifTt,, are are Charles City Briefs Gladys and Carl Pettit left Friday for Seattle, Wash. They passed civil service tests lor government work in Alaska. Gladys vill work as a stenographer and arl as an engineer's helper. Word has been received that U. nd Mrs. Loren Htntz of Ingle- vood, Cal., are the parents of a 6 ound, 9 ounce daughter, born at he Methodist hospital in Los An- eles, Cal., Jan. 6. The little miss las been named Gretchen Marie. Pfc. Jimmy Valentine .of Camp Crowder, Mo., is spending a 12- day furlough with his wife, Mrs. is Valentine. Kamona Blanck and Mr. and Mrs. August Gerberding were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slater and daughter, Virginia Ann, in Des Moines, the past weekend. The regular Legion Auxiliary iirls club and Juniors will meet Tuesday night at the Legion rooms at the city hall. There will be a meeting of the Charles C.ity Women's club Tuesday afternoon at the St. Charles hotel. Dr. Frederick Henke will address the group on the subject, "The Crisis in Education." A short business meeting and a musical prelude will precede his talk. Pfc. Edward W. Bennett of Camp Davis, N. Car., is homer on furlough with his wife and other relatives. Officers of the Masonic lodge for 1944 were installed at the regular meeting on Thursday evening. The new officers taking part in the ceremony were: Leslie R. Rice, worshipful master; Willus B. Buckler, senior warden; Dr. Sivert Eriksen, senior deacon: Carl J. Johnson, junior deacon; Dr. John G. Salsbury, senior steward; Carl Queel, junior steward; W. W. Musser, treasurer; R. D. Markle, secretary; I. C. Hering, tyler. Following installation refreshments I were served. I Scrapbook Compiled Rudd Culture Club Rudd --A scrapbook for the Culture club is being compiled by a committee chosen from the membership of the club and will contain a history of the club which was organized in 1902, a list of the charter members and a group picture of the first 25 members of the organization, 13 of whom are still living, also anecdotes, poems, incidents and happenings of the club from year to year. The book is to be dedicated to Maggie Keller, who was a faithful and devoted member from the time of the club's organization until her death in February, 1939. by Officers Elected by Eagle Grove Churcb Eagle Grove --The annual meeting of the First Congregational church was held Thursday. Officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Thomas L. Benedict, church clerk; Fred Cotton, financial secretary; Stanley Bragdon, treasurer; H. W. Barnes, auditor; David A. Ritchie, Mrs. A. H. Martin, and Mrs. William Fisher, trustees; C. H. Duer and R. C. AHbaugh, deacons; Mrs. Grant Jennings and Mrs. O. M. Hoiekvam, deaconesses; su- perinjendent of church school, H. V. Schoonover; junior trustees, Ned Bragdon, and John VanNimwegen; junior deacons, Daryl Stearns, and Doyle Helbach; junior deaconesses, Patricia Boughton, and Janet Allbaugh. The financial condition of all organizations is satisfactory. BANKS ELECT te Roy, Minn. --Officers for the First State bank were re-elected at a stockholder's meeting as follows: President, F. T. Young; vice presidents, G. A. Halver and J. J. Meyer; cashier, H. Hawkins; assistant cashier, Lulu Rumestrand; bookkeeper. Mavis Forland. At the National bank these were elected: President, J. F. Hale; vice president, W. G. Prosser; cashier, C. O. Strom: assistant cashier,.Alma Dowd; teller, Lorrie Volkart. ontgomery Ward SEND CABLEGRAM Nashua--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson, whose son, Pvt. Perry Ferguson, was seriously wounded by a shrapnel while in the south Pacific, received a notice from the war department that they could send a cablegram of cheer free to their son. It was the first of its kind to be sent from here. 270 PAIRS ONLY! WOMEN'S GENUINE LEATHER SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Many off these shoes were formerly higher priced! Not all sizes in all styles, so hurry in for yours! JUST 120 PRS. INCLUDING VALUES TO 4.49 Lovely dress styles, rugged sport oxfords, good-fit- ting comfort shoe's in a variety of colors and leathers! JUST 65 PRS. INCLUDING VALUES TO 2.98 Smart styles for street, dress end comfort! Good selection of leathers and colors! All heel heights! JUST 85 PRS. INCLUDING VALUES TO 2.49 I I Shoes for dress or street wear, sport oxfords end comfort shoes in this group! Choice of styles, leathers! 2.97 2.47 1.47 OPA RELEASE-WOMEN'S LOW PftlCED SHOES" RATIONED, BUT DRASTICALLY REDUCED Your shoe coupon is needed for these bargains MEN'S DRESS SHOES Oar Popular Tirrnadierx in smooth or rnnirh A AM Drained leathers for bnstats* or sports. Brown A H / MEN'S FAMOUS LA SALLES Odd IMs, discontinued style* in our slurdjr *» La Salles, known the country over for good looks: Brown, black! «/« MISSES' SMART SHOES Styles leen a t e JtirT* like, in smooth and * j -much jcratned leathers. Gtnnine l e a t h e r or I fL I CHILDREN'S SHOES % school and spnrl styles for hoys and ^ J T ls! Rugged, sturdj- leathers In brown, black. I A, / A ^ X i Sizes to 12 WOMEN'S. SUEDES Smart styles for street or dress. K e K. B.50 .. 3.97 WOMEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS Comfortable home slippers Odd lots, Ineom- fjff p l c t e slits, ynme shopworn! No ration coupon 'Iff needed (or these house allpptr* · · ** ontgomery Ward 102-4-6 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE.. TELEPHONE 860, 861

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