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January 17, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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ft KA8O Mwkiay, Ian. 17. 1M4 GLOBE-GAZETTE WILL IMPROVE NEW PARK SITE Cresco Wild Life Club Has Plans for Future Creiea--^- park board, composed of D. E. Henry, A. M. Wildman, L. L. Lowry, W. D. Hebig and A. L. Eischeid, has been appointed by the Cresco Wild life club, to make necessary improvements in the newly purchased wooded park and mill pond at Vernon Springs on Turkey river, 2 .miles southwest of Cresco. This beautiful oak grove and waterway at Vernon Springs was acquired by the Cresco Wild Life- dub from Salisbury Brothers, for a consideration of $2,000, and the property consisting of a 36-acre tract was deeded to Howard county as a permanent possession. This . amount was raised by popular subscription with an additional sum of $638.64 to be used for park improvements as occasion requires. Personal donations will be coming in occasionally to insure further improvements to help beautify the park. ^ - ' ' -' - - , -'., ' Algona Girl Killed When Truck Upsets in ~ » - . · _. J - . . . . . . . - ·· · - . . . . . . . . . _ , Report 2nd Casualty of War at Memorial to t slat Lawler Church New Hampton--When residents o£ Lawler were coming out of church Saturday after attending memorial services for their first war casualty, Seaman' Ftancis McKone, 37,.,vnio has been missing for a year,- they were informed that Mr: and Mrs. Joseph Murray received word that morning from the navy department that their son, Seaman Leo Murray, is missing in action. Young Murray has been in the navy'for 4- years and was on sub, marine duty. KenseftGrltoEdit Jsiither's Newspaper Decorah--Miss Inez Brunsvold junior at Luther college, was elected editor in chief of College Chips, campus newsp^er, by the student body recently. She wil serve for one year. Last year she was circulation manager of the paper. Miss Brunsvold is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A Brunsvold of Kensett.' FORMER BARBER DffcS Nashua--William Paul, formerly engaged in the barber business ·here for several years and later in Charles City, 'died at his home in Orrin, 111., Friday. The remains arrived here .Monday and funera] will be :held here Tuesday. His wife survives; also. 3 sons, - Willis, Washington;state;. Raymond.vQrr rih, m., and Eldori, Chicago. ~ Glenn Curtiss won a prize in 1908 in the first "endurance flight" by staying, aloft in his "June Bug" for one minute anc 43 seconds. Can Vitamins Restore Color to GRAY HAIR? In tola with fray haired people, » leading . ImrallMiNllf magannf, using tbe "anti gray hair tuanan." found 88K of those tested Ttoi toot, maxia. CRAYVITA contains the tested mount of th» romrkabfc vitamin PLUS 450 Int-umUo»Bi.Gct GRAYVTTA no*. 30daj dayi* $440. Phone Self Servke, Walgreen's. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations KANAWHA--The following of- 'icers were installed at the Liberty A. F. A. M. Monday evening: J. F. Maddick, worshipful master; James Yeakel, senior warden; George Fetrow, junior warden; A. Williamson, secretary; C. I. Powers, treasurer; the Rev. J. F. Moore, chaplain; Ephiram Holm, senior deacon; Usmore Maland, junior deacon; H. H. Harriman, lenior steward; Chester Holcomb, junior steward; Paul Hasty, tyler. ACKLEY --The American Le- »ion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Anna Werner at Hotel Ackley. HUTCHINS-- Mrs. W. P. Mat- :oon, Mrs. Lyal Fox and Mrs. John Griggs entertainedthe W. S. C. S. of the Prairie Center Methodist church Wednesday, afternoon at Jie Mattbon home. ' IOWA FALLS--Mrs.- W. K. Armentrout will be hostess to the' members of Culture cliib v at her 30me Thursday with Mrs. John Berfield assisting.hostess. Mrs. W. W. Johnson will give a book review. : '- -' . NORTHWOOD --New- 'Century ilub will meet.with Mrs. Donald H, Artman Tuesday afternoon. IOWA FALLS--Members of the Highland Country club will have a pot luck bridge dinner at Edgewood Wednesday evening. Officers will be elected at a short business meeting following the dinner. NORTHWOOD--The Northwood Lutheran Brotherhood will meet in the church parlors Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock.' NASHUA---At a recent meeting of .the Little Brown Church the following officers were elected: Trustees, Mrs. E. O. Wood, Jesse Jones, M. L. Nicholson; deacons, Rube Van Gorder, Jesse Jones and M. L. Nicholson; deaconesses, Mrs. M. iL. Nicholson and Mrs. George Crooks; clerk, Mrs. Monte Cagley; organist, Mrs. F. L. Hans- corn; treasurer, Rube Van Gorder. ' CLARION--Mr./and Mrs. O. G. Day will entertain the Booster class of the Methodist church at a class party Tuesday 'evening. KANAWHA--The annual business meeting of the Kanawha'Lu- theran church was held Wednesday evening at the church with the 'Rev. Axel Shefveland, temporary pastor of the church, presiding. Reports were given by the officers and committees. Trustees for the ensuing year are M. L. Thompson, S. S. Tande, and Mr. J. Hewlett; deacons are Ed Heckerson, Lars Olson and Herbert Emmons; secretary, William Engh; treasurer, T. H. Thompson, and finance secretary, E. B. SheldahL .ST. ANSGAR--TheiYoung People's society of Immanuel Lutheran church elected the following officers: President, Wayne Ruechel; vice president, Harold Fetdt; secretary-treasurer, Marilan Gilbertson. ; ^ FREDERICKSBURG -- T h e D r e s d e n and Frebericksburg township Farm Bureaus will hold a joint meeting Tuesday afternoon in the Odd Fellows hall. The main speaker will be.Rex Beresford of Ames. · -FENTON--The American'Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. C. Fauerby. ALLISON--The monthly meeting of the Allison chapter of the Eastern Star was held Thursday evening in the Lodge"hall. 3 OTHER YOUTHS BADLY INJURED Betty Sparks, 14 Years, Had Brain Concussion AJcona -- Betty Sparks, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sparks, of Algona-. was killed at 5:30 p. m. Sunday when the truck in which she was riding 2 V4 miles south and 1 mile west of Hobarton left the roaS, crashed into a ditch and overturned. Three other, youths riding in the truck were injured.'They are Billy Sparks, 12, broken^ shoulder, undetermined injuries -and shock; Ervin Forbes, 17, right leg broken below the knee and Elcion Hovey, 17, bad scalp injury and cuts on the back. . Three others were not injured. They are Everett Sparks, Richard Wh'eelock and Eugene Hurst, 16, the driver. . ~~ · . . .-. ; The I'A ton truck, owned by the Sparks family, was going soutn loaded with cobs when it left the road and went down a 3-foot grade. Claude White of Algona, a bricklayer, was' the first''person on the scene. The car which he was driving was behind the Sparks' truck, but not* close enough to enable him to observe the accident._ ' The youths were taken to-Kossuth hospital in Algona. Miss Sparks .died of her injuries diagnosed as severe cerebral concussions, a crushed chest and body bruises. She was riding on "the Ioad,pf cobs when the truck overturned. ' - · ' · · " \ · Mr. and Mrs. Sparks are now in Florida on business. The ' investigating officials included Coroner M. G. Bourne, Under-Sheriff Marc Moore and Highway Patrolman, D. S. Hutchinson. -- · HERE «^ THE RE Hanlontown-- Mrs. Donald Ouverson left Thursday evening for Kansas City, Kans., where she visited with her husband, Sst. Donald Ouverson. · Thornton--The home nursing class sponsored by the .American. Red Cross- resumed its work Thursday, evening following the holiday vacation. · ' . ; Manly-j-Joint installation was held for officers of the 'Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of Manly and Northwood lodges, here Monday evening. Installing officers were Ruth Finch, district deputy president, and Jack Holt, deputy grand master. The installing staff was headed by Hazel Christiansen. Hantontown--Mrs. W. J. Loveless went to Meridian, Minn., to help care for her mother, Mrs. Roseneau, who is ill. , Ackley--Raymond Bleeker, -son of Barney Bleeker, who has been stationed at various places including Canada, Alaska and the west coast, has bad an honorable discharge. He has been in the army 2 years. Hntcbins -- Mrs. Helen Larson Vacancies Are Filled in Township Offices Lyles, Minn.--After 4 years as a trustee and 40 years as assessor of Union township, L. C. Baker has found it necessary to resign due to advanced age and poor health: F. D. Langrock has been appointed to fill the vacancy. C. C. Clausen has been appointed Union township trustee to fill the vacancy caused ,by the resignation of Jacob Clausen who has moved from the Union township to St. Ansgar. Bloodhounds Fail to Get Trail of Robbers " Cresco--Howard .County Sheriff Percy Haven and "local enforcement officers are still investigating possible clues in the robbery of the 'Sinclair filling station 'in Cresco which occurred on the night of Jan. 6, when the station was broken into and about $10 in cash and a revolver taken. Bloodhounds from La Crosse, Wis., were put on the trail without success. 2 QUARANTINED Faulkner--Mr. and Mrs. Ho- maine Eichmeier, who live on a farm 3 miles east of Faulkner, are both ill with diphtheria and have been placed in quarantine. Sailor Is Discharged to Work With Aircraft Nora Springs--Oren -Smith, of the navy, was recently transferred from Banana River, Fla., to San Diego, Cal.; and then given an honorable discharge subject to rjscall on 48 hours' notice. The reason for his discharge was the request of the Consolidated Aircraft company that a number of their former.employes be released-from the service and returned to the Consolidated plant. He spent a week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith, and with relatives at Lake Mills, leaving Sunday to return to California. and Mrs. Carl Spnnerholm left by train Friday morning for a visit with relatives at Lincoln, Nebr., and Council Bluffs. ; Plymouth--Miss Adline Martin, who has been staying with her' grandparents, Mr. and-Mrs. Willis Towne. and attending school, has gone' to Staples to be with her mother.- . Bradford--Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Flynn and the letter's · mother, Mrs. F. C. ;Peer, went to Des Moines Friday afternoon. They went from- there to Lebanon, Kans., to visit relatives. Ackley-~Bob Diemer, son of Mrs. Anna Diemer,vwho has been in North Africa and-Italy is home on a 20-day furlough. Kanawha--Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Dale are parents of a daughter born at the Belmond hospital Jan.. 10. , Nora Springs--Mrs. Glen Hein- hart, the former Muriel Smith, received word that her husband arrived safely in North Africa. Alexander--Miss Marjorie Richards went to Airies Friday afternoon to spend the weekend with college friends. ' ' . Ackley--Dr. Anthony Richtsmeier, son o£ Mrs. J. V. Richtsmeier, has entered the army medical corps. Dr. Richtsmeier was graduated from the University of Iowa last winter" and .recently completed his interne work in Madison, Wis. Garner--Rjobert Denny, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Denny, arrived Thursday morning for a 25- day leave from his duties in the navy. Nora Springs--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Jim. Shpger at the Mercy hospital in · Mason City Jan.-10;.-- -V.' ;^ Thornton-iMr. and-Mrs. Marvin Miller moved to the Ed Hartwig farm Thursday, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Younge and family moved to the P. A. Miller, Jr., farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller. Plymouth--John Graper, 92, was taken to the home of his son near Osage. He is suffering from pneumonia. Ackley--Bernard McGowgh 6t Camp Gruber, Okla., is home on a 10-day furlough to visit his father, John McGough, who if ill. Nfr» Sprint*--Boy Scout troop No. 22 of the Winnebago council has been making excellent progress tins' winter under the lead- e§ship of Scoutmaster Henry Foster: 1 Ackley--Earl Folkers, in the army service,' is home on a 15-day furlough. He is stationed at a camp in California. , Nora Springs--Percy Hart well returned home from Mesa, Ariz., where he had been visiting with Mrs. Hartwell and'son, Paul, who have been there since last July, for the benefit o£ Mrs. Hartwell's health.. Kanawha--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drury are the parents of a son born Jan. 9 at" the Belmond hospital.- Waucoma--The American Legion- .Auxiliary met with Mrs. Dewey Chizek Thursday afternoon.. An article, "The War Goes On," read by Mrs. George Stribley, was followed by Red Cross sewing. . R i c e v i l l e -- M i s s Betty 'Lee Bathen is in a hospital in Mason City where she had an appendectomy. Her mother, " Mrs. Leo Bathen, is with her. Kanawha--Mrs. Linswbrth Peterson received word that her husband has arrived in England. He drives an army truck. , Forest City--John Hauge, Camp Walters, Tex., is spending his furlough' with his mother-, Mrs. Andrew Hauge, and other relatives here and at Northwood. LT. HEKBEKT T. WINTER, Jr. Nora Springs ahan left for -Mrs. Lyman Cal- Alhambra, Cal., PILOT MISSING AFTER MISSION Lt. H. Winter, Jr., Lost After Raid on Germany Titonlta --The report that Lt. Herbert T. Winter, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Winter, Sr., of Mount Vernon, Wash., was missing Jan. 5, while flying a P-38 over Germany, was received by his aunts, Mrs. .W. J.iDenton and Mrs. Ernest Wilson, and grandfather, James Winter, all of Titonka. Lieutenant Winter is a nephew of C. G. Winter of 1122 Delaware avenue southeast, Mason City, and Will Winter of Algona. His only brother;'Capt. Reginald Winter, was reported killed in action July 10, 1943, in the invasion of Italy. Lt. Herbert T. Winter was 20 years old last May and Reginald was 23. Both boys attendpd high school in Titonka, living with their aunt, Mrs/ Denton. The father of the boys and also C. G. Winter of Mason City are veterans of World war 1. Planning to Start fputh eenterFeb.1 Algona-- Definite plans are taking shape for the opening of the Youth Center by Feb. 1. The Dr. A. L. Rist building on State street has been rented and work was started Monday on redecorating it. - .A milk bar is to be put in but since a bar cannot be bought now, it will be necessary to build -one. Ice cream is to be available at the center but the committee found, they must get an extra ·al* lotment of. butterfat' for the manufacture of the cream, since the manufacturer has already used his allotment for his customers. Application has been made at Des Moines for it. That is one of the many small things that has delayed , the mittee. work of the com- \ The financial canvass for funds is almost completed and by the time contributions come from the different organizations the nec^s- sary $2,000 will have been raised. The operating committee for the center is: Chairman, the Rev. C. C. Richardson from the min- isteral association; 'Dr. C. C. Shierk, secretary, for the Junior Chamber of · Commerce; Mrs. Campbell, Humphrey for the Women's club; Don Miller for the public school; the Rev. Father Swaney for the parochial school; Mrs. John McGuire for the PTA and C. A'. Phillips for the Chamber of Commerce. Auditor Pays Bounty on 148 Foxes in Month Cresco--During the month ending Jan. 8, County Auditor J. F. Steinmetz of Cresco paid bounties on · 148 foxes trapped by 32 persons and the pelts sold for $13.75 each and $1 each bounty. The greatest number trapped by any one person was 46 pelts by Delbert Bigalk, living north of Cresco neat the Minnesota state line. 2 File for Re-Election^ as County Supervisors ·Garner--Supervisors Frank J. Schoun of BrittWand -John A. Chambers of Goodell arc the first to announce as candidates for the republican nomination for county supervisor. Mr. Chambers seeks re-election for the term beginning Jan. 1, 1946 and Mr. Schoun seeks re-election for the term, beginning Jan. 1,1945. · OPEN CAMPAIGN AGAINST POLIO County, Had 5 Cases of Disease in *43; 2 Died Northwood -- Worth county opened its annual infantile paralysis campaign Monday. Attorney Floyd E. Ensign, Northwood, is chairman of the drive. Five cases of_ the dread disease-in the county in 1943, 2 resulting in death, have increased interest 'in the success of the drive. The following have been named sponsor for the work in their re- s p e c t i v c localities: Northwood," Grove arid Hartland townships, the Rev. O. H. Hove: Lincoln township and Manly, the Rev. Fr. C. A. Ferring; Silver Lake township, the Rev. C. J. FjelstuI: Deer Creek. Brookfield, and Bristol townships and Joice, the Rev. Christian Notsund; Union -township and Grafton, Literary club of Grafton; Danville township, the Rev. J. Zeltin; Fertile township, Fertile and Hanlontpwn, the Rev. H. E.' Oakland; Barton township, Mrs. O s c a r Wagner; Kensett township and Kensett, the Rev^ Donald Artman. ; . One half of the money raised is retained for local work and the other half sent to the National Foundation for research and maintenance of clinics. where she will visit her parents- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hoover Salahan, She came to Nora Springs last May when her husband, Major Calahan, was sent overseas and spent the greater .part of her time since then here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. Henely. Thornton--Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Nielsen of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., visited at the home of his father, Ole Nielsen, and other relatives. ' K a n a w h a -- Mrs. Berniece Schranck, who has^ been the Winnebago county health nurse at Forest City, is now taking gradu- a^e work in the department of preventive medicine and public health at the- University of Minnesota. Mrs. Schranck is a daughter of Mrs. Thor Johnson of Kanawha. Thompson--Alvin Hamlin, of the navy, is spending a 20-day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hamlin. Thornton--rMrs. Julius Wolken is visiting friends in Iowa City. Her husband. Dr. Julius Wolken, who was formerly a surgeon at the University hospital, has left for overseas duty with the army. . ; -Kanawha--David Erickson, who has-been connected with .the local John Deere Implement company and who recently moved to Belmond, announces that the Farmers Implement company is now open for business in Aelmond. Albert Cooper of Kanawha is also connected with the new business at Belmond. Riccville--A post-nuptial mis- Iowa Falls--Word was received cellaneous shower was given in Sunday morning of the 'death of honor of Mrs. Tom Large, nee Hibert Johnson, former Iowa Falls Dorothy Spring, at the home of resident who moved to California Irene and Mildred Gaffey, Thurs- | a number of years ago. He died in Los Angeles Saturday evening. He is survived by his wile, the form-, er Grace Evans, daughter o£ Dr. F. J. Evans, a pioneer physician Patrick Sims, Former Railway Worker, Dies - Orchard--Patrick Sims, 75, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sims, a long time resident of Orchard, died Thursday night at his home from flu-pneumonia. He was born Sept. 3, Hi 68, at Mendota, 111., and came to Orchard when a small boy. He -was foreman of the maintenance crew of the Illinois Central railroad. Lafer he bought a farm north of town and farmed for several years He lived · in .the old Sims home with, his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lena Sims. Survivors are 2 brothers, John of Dubuque, . and J a m e s of Waterloo. Emma Schwichtenberg Dies; Services F'riday Klemme--Mrs. Emma Schwichtenberg, 70, who for 47 years was a resident o£ this community, was buried in the Klemme cemeterj Friday. She was born July 9, 1864, near Elkport. She became the wife ol John Schwichtenberg in 1884. Hei husband died in 1916. Mrs. Schwichtenberg continued living on the same farm with her children. Her children are: Mrs Ida Nuehring, Mason City, Mrs Rosetta Tanner, Garner; Ben Oswego, 111.;. .Ernest, Rockwell; David of Goodell; Mrs. Vera Jonc- sori; Seneca, 111., and Mrsi Berdice Fensterman, "Aurora. There are 29 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren and 3 brothers, Henry Krons of Elkport, William of Garner, and Jacob of Volga. MRS. J. KNAPP. SHEFFIELD, DIE! Rites Will Be at'Warfnaby; Parlors^] Sheffield--Mrs. John.Knapivl died at the state.-hospital,..Jri 3ence L 'early Saturday mornjfl She; has been in ill health the-'.pf ew years. Funeral services \w be held- in Sheffield^ Tuesday',aj ernoon with' the Reyi Park ;Milf h charge, assisted by'the : Rev: | \I. Raecker. of Manly. Burial .-w! e in .the Sheffield cemetery'.v,Ia Wartnaby funeral home in'scbarl of arrangements. . _ .-"-"-^ r.x f i Mary Baker was born, June I 1876, in Kerwood,..Cariada.-: : Sl was united in marriage to'-Jpj Knapp, Nov. 29, 1895.--Sh'ei'.-;hJ nade.her home in this cqmrni :he past 60 years. .1 :':'''·'.'. B esi des her v husban d. she' vived by 4 sons, Arthur !of '_ ton, Robert, Pensacola, Fla.; and Merle, of Sheffield, daughter, Mrs. Orville' Sllg Hampton; 3 sisters, Mrs. JensPd ersen, Cle^r Lake; Mrs. HeiJ Knapp, Foain Lake, Canada; M? Silas Harris, Iowa Falls; 3 brott ers, Wellington Baker, Thorhtj Alva and Walter Baker, ThorntI Hold KlisartFuneral at Iowa Falls MohdayJ Iowa Falls--Funeral services E. H. Klisart, who died sudde at his home in Iowa Falls Sat day morning, were to be held St. Mark's Catholic church .M! : day at 9 a. m., with the Rev. Jo^ Hartigan officiating. Services y he held at Ossian Tuesday morri with burial at Ossian. Mr. Klis was cashier of the Citizens S! bank. · Hilbert Johnson Dies; Leaves Wife, Daughter CLASS GIVES PLAY , Acklcy --·' The junior class Ackley high school, was to'j sent ';That Crazy 'Smith Famil Monday evening in the auditol' Hpw To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In .P'oftj iur false teeth fanrioy and 'ejr| by slipping, dropping oi- w.-fr The cork oak tree takes 20 years to produce usable bark. Do yoi barrass ' _ . _ _ _ bliiiy wben you cat. Jangh or talk? J sprinkle a little FASTEETH on plates. This alkaline (non-acid) fc holds false teeth more firmly and nwf"; comfortably. -No: Rummy, gooey. : pa*. 1 , tasle or feeling. Does not sour. r Chei' "Plate odor" {denture breath)."-Cl FASTEETH today at any druc ston. Is this what yoylye wondered about the WAG day. SpiUville^Julius Kapinos arrived - from Memphis, Tenn., Thursday to attend the funeral of his father, Frank Kapinos. Popejoy--Mr. and Mrs. Russel Peet were gTyen a post-nuptial at the church dining room Thursday night, sponsored by the neighbors of the Peet family. · , in Iowa Falls. Regular religious services are conducted on small U. S. naval vessels by the commanding offi- "SPRING SONG". . .'Wouldn't you know our January BIousc-of-the-Month would spclf 'S-P-R-I-N-G. What's more h spells good looks for every girl who wears it. In soft spun rayon with gay colored dots on white ground, it washes beautifully in lux, 32-38. The name used in medical reports for the black or ship rat is rattus rattus rattus. How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulston relieves promptly because' it goes rteht to the seat of tbe trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous mem- brines. TeQ your druggist to sen you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Cwulri, Qwst CoUs, Bronchitis -Worth County Opens' Drive for 4th Loan Northwood -- Worth county's quota in the 4th var loan drive has been set at $449,000. Attorney O. J. Wardwell, Northwood, coun- ^ty chairman, h a s announced 'quotas and chairmen of the various districts. Claus Randall of Manly has again been named rural chairman. The drive will open Tuesday. , JOINS AIR-WACS Croco--Miss Vera Fenske of Cresco, who has been for some time chief clerk of the Howard county rationing board, has gone to Des Moines to be inducted into the air-WAQS from where she will be assigned to a training base. Her position with the rationing board has been filled by Miss Muriel Luers who is succeeded by Mrs. G. E. Lyons in the gas rationing department. . WOMEN IN THE WAR Dorothy Canavor, war worker at Sperry Gyroscope Company, lake the men in service, her cigarette is Camel. "1 like Camel's delightful mildness," jarette ones best to yon On tbe experience of e Camets will suit your Prove it for jrouneU! · · f Q. "What kind of job would I dor' ' A. Any one of 239 "types of Army jobs. All kinds of special skills area needed--clerical workers, medical technicians, mechanics, tcachers.| Women without experience can get expert Army training--in skills fo which they have natural aptitude. 5 : Q. "Whm would I b* SMI? With wtart branch of Hi* Army would I Mrvt?" A. Now--you m ay req uest your first assignment in the part of the country where you enlist--near enough to get home on a weekend pass. You may also choose your branch ot service--Army Ground Forces, Army Air Forces, or Army Service Forces. Q." Aren't rhoro enough Woci wrlhoutmo ? " A. No! General Marshall says: "Many thousands more Wacs are needed." Unless more women join at once, the War Department cannot meet the demands which come in daily from Army Ground Forces, Army Service Forces; and Army Air Forces. I Gc-tfvll details at the nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station. (Your local post office win give you the address.) Or write: The Adju-1 tant General, Room 4415, Muni. I tions Bui]ding,,W»jhingtoD,C.D.j THE JKMV NEEDS WACS... THE MIC NEEDS YOU! AJMTf COW* f - '

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