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14 Wednesday, Janl 19, 1944 kfASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE · . . . . . · · . · ·· · . - \ Anamosa Publishers Ask Removal of Prison Wardei HOLD R E Q U I E M MASS-Solemn requiem mass was to be said for the Kev. Father Gustave I. Ehl, who died at Milwaukee Jan. 8, at Sacred .Heart church at Manly at 9 a. m.' Wednesday. Father Ehl served the church at Manly for 33 years, retiring iu 1937. The Rev. R. P. Murphy of Mason City ivas celebrant, the Rev. James E. Slowey, Forest City, deacon; the Rev. · F r a n c i s Churchill, Mason City, sub- deacon; the Rev. Wilmer Kieffer, Mason City, master of ceremonies. The sermon was to be delivered by the Rev.. E. A. Fitzgerald, Osage. CREAMERY DOES flG YEAR'S WORK Pays Patrons $263,894 for Butterfat in 1943 Waiicoma -- The annual Waucoma Farmer's Creamery association elected the following officers: President, Thomas Burke; secretary, Lawrence Putz; treasurer Lawler Bank; directors, William Adams, Phil Adams, Thomas F. , Lynch. Walter Waskow, butter- maker, was rehired. ' Report showed 928,995 pounds oJE cream delivered at creamery; 62,586 pounds over-run; 9,146 pounds of butter sold to local merchants; 7,624 pounds sold to patrons; $263,894 paid for butterfat; 326,479 pounds of butter made; average percent over-run this year 23.8; average test 28.4; average price 1 54.8 cents. : ALLEGE F. DAVIS IS INCOMPETENT Charges Made After 8 Prisoners Escape Des Moiues, OP) -- Gov. B. B. Hickenlooper said Wednesday he would transmit to the committee investigating conditions at the Anamosa state men's reformatory a request that Foss Davis be removed as warden of the institution. : The request was made by CHI- ford L. Niles and his son, Charles, publishers of the Anamosa Eureka, a weekly newspaper, during a conference "with the governor Tuesday at which they filed a statement containing an a s s e*-1 i o u that "evidence of mismanagement negligence and incompetency is such tliat it justifies immediate removal (of Davis.)" Niles, a former member of the state highway commission, has opposed Davis editorially ever since the warden's appointment in 1939. Governor Hickenloopeir declined to comment on the statement. "I feel in all fairness to the investigators that I should not discuss either'side," he said. The statement was accompanied by a group o£ affidavits signed by a number of Anamosa residents including several former reforma- HERE and T H E R E Nora Springs--Guests home of Mr. and Mrs. n the C. E. Thompson Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson of Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Gulbransen and daughter, Lenore, of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Diegel and Mrs. C. E. Kluver. Goldfield--Mrs. Sylvia Harrington and Sgt. Duane Harrington of Fort Dodge were gnests at the G. G. Braden home Sunday. Eagle Grove--Cpl. Edward E. Gross, stationed at Camp Haan, Cal., spent a few days' furlough with -his wife here. Iowa Falls--Lt. William Gilbert was promoted recently from ensign, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.- Gilbert. He is now on duty on the Pacific on a destroyer escort. He spent 5 months on a mine sweeper on the Atlantic. AHa Vista--Miles Tyler, Herbert Lentz, Wilma Bergman accompanied Sgt. Willis Tyler ^to Marshalltown Saturday where the latter boarded the train to return to Camp Haan, Cal.. after spending his furlough with home folks -Mr. and Mrs. C. W. here. Woden tory employes. The , investigation now under way was ordered by the governor following the New Year's day break of 4 long-term prisoners from. Anamosa and last week's walk-away escape of 4 trusties from a reformatory farm. All have been recaptured. The Niles statement contended that Davis was "tyrannical" with the guards, was negligent for leaving "a sick deputy warden in charge" during his absence New Year's day, and that the warden and his aides had been "cruel and brutal" toward prisoners. Davis sald'at Anamosa he would make no statement on the subject while the progress. investigation was in Pannhoff Farm. Home, Contents Lost in Fire; 2nd Blaze in 2 Weeks Garner --· Fire destroyed the farm home and contents of Casper Pannhoff east of Miller Wednesday afternoon. The Garner fire department was called but was unable to give any assistance as the. fire fanned by the high wind had" gained such headway that no aid could be given. This same honfe was badly damaged in a roof fire last Friday morning. Damage was estimated at 53,500. The loss was partly covered by insurance. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Henry Peters Dies at Ackley; Rites Friday Ackley--Funeral services for Henry Peters, 79, who died at 1:45 a. m. Tuesday at his home, will be conducted at 2'p. m. Friday at St. John's Evangelical and Heformed church, the Hev. Ernest Seybold officiating. Interment in Oakland cemetery. '· ^ Mr. Peters was bom in , Germany, July 28,1864, and came here with his parents in 1869, locating in Illinois. In 1881 the family came to Ackley, settling on a farm 5 miles north of Ackley. On March 4, 1890, Mr. Peters was married to Jophia Eichmeier. To them 3 children were born. A son, William/died about 30 years ago. Surviving beside the widow, are one son, Elmer Peters of Waterloo, and one daughter, Mrs. Fred Sprain of north Ackley. There are 5 grandsons and one great grandson, one brother. Charles, of Cedar Falls, 2 sisters, Mrs. William Abraham, and Mrs. Edward Anmann of Ackley. Goslin received word that their son. Sailor Wayne Goslin, is confined in a naval hospital in Australia suffering a throat ailment and that an operation will be necessary. Armstrong--Pvt. Lyle Strong is home on furlough visiting at the parental T. L. Strong home north of town. Kanaivha--Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buchanan and 2 children of L'os Angeles, Cal., are visiting indefinitely in the home o£ Mrs. Buchanan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Williamson. Bidgeway--Lt. Loren Rue left Monday for Randolph Field, Texas, after spending a 12-day leave with relatives here. Nora Springs--Mrs. Harley Jacobson had word that her husband, Sgt. Jacobson. who was sent to Australia about Dec. 1. has now been sent to New Guinea. He writes that he preferred Australia. Northwood--Pfc. Carrol Anderson, xvho has parents here. been stationed in the Panama Canal zone the past year. Corwith--Mi's. Hazel Raber returned home from Mercy hospital at Mason City this week. B e 1 m o n d--John Zieger and Gale Thayer returned Saturday from a 2 weeks''visit in Chicago, Washington, D. C., and New York N. Y. . - Clarion--Sgt. Lawrence State, who is home on furlough from Fort Dix, N. J., Mrs. State and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn State of Gilmore City, were gxiests Saturday at the home o£ Mrs. Sadie Gunkle. Ackley--R. A. Scott has bought a farm east of Eldora. The price is reported ns S130 an acre. Wesley--Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Nodland. at Frost, Minn., Jan. 12.- Slilson--Mrs. Lenard Schwab was taken to Mercy hospital at Mason City for physical examination and medical treatment. Armstrong--Mrs. Carl Haworth, is quarantined at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, near Fenton, for scarlet fever. Fenton--The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Render went to Rochester Sunday where Mrs. Rehde'r entered the hospital. ' Goldfield--Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCarville visited relatives at Moorland, Sunday. Mr. McCarville's brother is home on a furlough ON' LECTURE ' C OU R S E-Clarence · Woodrow Sorenson, foreign correspondent and geographer, will appear at the high school auditorium at Lake Mills Friday evening; in the 1st number of a lecture course sponsored by the Lions club. The past year he has spoken in 'more than 20 universities and made appearances before the National Geographic society, the Brooklyn Institute and other clubs and business groupy throughout the country. His work has taken him to more than 35 countries. Afr: oi"^V ica where lie has seen been visiting his left Sunday for Fort Devins, Mass., where he will attend an army school. He has Chester--Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tibbals last week purchased the Arthur Jones property across the street from the school house. Dougherty--Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore and family moved to Mason City4o live. Belmond--Guests in the home ol Mr. Sunday Alfred and Mrs. -George Brady were Mr. and Walter, M a s o n Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If you suffer from rheumatic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple inexpensive home recipe that thousands are usinp. Get a package of Ru-Ex Compound, a Uvo-\i-eek supply, today. Mix it with n quart of water, .add the juice of 4 lemons. It's easy. No trouble at all and pleasant. You need or\\y X tablespoonfuls two times a day. Often within 48 hours--sometimes overnight- splendid results are obtained. If the pains. do not quickly leave and if you do not feel better, return the empty package and Ru-Ex will cost you nothing to try as it is sold by your druggist under an absolute money-back guarantee. Ru-Ex Compound is for sale and recommended by Oscq Drug Co.. Ford Hopkins, and drug stores everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Kugler and Mrs. Francis Sutherland all of Hampton, Bob Brady V-I2 student at Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brady, James and Mary Ann of Belmond. Goodell--Mrs. Anton Ahrenkiel left Monday for Victorville, Cal., for a visit with her son, Lt. T. G. Ahrenkiel and wife. Clarion--Miss Ellen Doherty left Monday for Washington, D; C., after a 3 months' visit at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Porter. Offer Program Series on Care of Machinery Norttuvood -- Machinery preparedness programs will be given at the schoolhouses in the towns of Worth county during January, according to W. H. St. Clair, county extension director, who . announces \ the schedule as follows: Kensett, Jan. 19; Grafton, Jan. 21; Manly. Jan. 24; Northwood, Jan. 25; Hanlontown, Jan. 26; Joice, Jan. 27. All meetings to be;in at 8:00 p. m. REFEREE SALE! SEVEN ROOM HOUSE AND TWO FULL LOTS LOCATED IN MESERVEY, IOWA Legally described as Lot One (1) and Lot Two (2) in Block One (1) Kausville, Meservey, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, according to the recorded plat thereof. KNOWN AS THE HALFPOP PROPERTY Buildings consist of a seven room house, barn and chicken house,- all in fair condition. Drive out at any reasonable time to inspect the house and be prepared to make your offer on date of sale, to be held at the premises JANUARY 29, 1944 At Two O'clock P. M. Possession to be given March 1, 1944 TERMS: Five Hundred Dollars cash at time of sale and the balance in cash upon delivery of an Abstract showing good title. Sale subject fo approval of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. For Further Details See G. E. RAECKER, Referee Meservey, Iowa Hanlontown--W o r d w a s received here by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kaasa, that_Carly!e Kaasa has arrived safely somewhere in Italy. Fertile--Loris L. Scobee arrived Thursday from Augusta, Ga., to spend a 21-day furlough with relatives and friends. Swaledale--Lt. Mary Margret Jendrich returned to Shick hospital in Clinton after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jendrich. Greene--Guests of the Claire Hearne family were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin FeJl of LaPorte City. Mr. Fell has been in San Francisco. He will also visit his sister and brother-in-law, Capt. and- Mrs. Kenneth DeWitt in Maryland, before again leaving for service aboard ship out of New York City. Fenfara--Sir. and Mrs.. Fred Mortenson and family^moved Sunday into the home they purchased recently, formerly the home of John Arbogast. Goldfield--Pfc. Edwin Olson arrived Monday to spend a furlough with his wife who makes her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bartzen. Nora Springs--J. Leonard Davies oE Des Moines was a weekend guest in the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robevt Davies. Popejoy--Kenneth Nolle, pharmacist mate 3rd class, of the Greai Lakes naval training station anc his brother, Keith Nolle, pharmacist mate 2nd class of Cherry Point. N. Car., arrived Sunday for a visit with Iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed N 7 olle. Hutchins--Mrs. Charles Sleinci received an announcement a feu days ago of the birth of a son to from considerable action. Nora Springs---Sailor Ray Shei~- bino arrived at his home in Charles City Wednesday evening and visited with his wife and daughter until Friday evening. Sherbino/who enlisted in September, 1942, is located at Norfolk, Va. Popejoy--In honor of the 76th been awardei birthday anniversary of Emil Hart- gallantry in kopp, Mrs. Hartkopp entertained a serving with group of relatives and members of the family at dinner Sunday. Hulchins--Guests at the Norris Larson home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frohling of Rowan and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frohling, Eugene, Bonnie, and Diane of Meservey. Armstrong--Lt. L. A. Watland, of Fort Dix, N. J., is visiting at the parental Allie Watland home. Kanawha--Pvt. Melvin Swenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Swen Swenson, was recently awarded the good conduct medal for excellent behavior and performance of duty. Private Swenson is stationed at Camp Davis, N. Car. Allison--Honoring Miss Frieda Nassen, who became the bride of Mrs. Lt. Alvin Folkers Sunday, Miss City; Viola Schrage was hostess at a dinner in the home o[ her parents Saturday evening. Nora Springs--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dancliff and the latter's father, E. L. Smith, drove to Manly Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Dancliff's nephew,' Pvt. Cecil E. Bliss of Mahnomen, Minn., who is slationed at Camp Howze, Texas, was able to stop off at Manly and spent Wednesday afternoon there. He is a member of the military police. Crystal Lake--Paul Kirkpatrick returned home front Idaho where he spent 10 days with his molher,' RAKE CORPORAL GETS CITATION Goes Through Enemy's Fire; Saves Radio Car Rake--Cpl. Raymond K. Cran dall, who lives north of Rake, ha been awarded the silver star fo action. He is no\ the 3rd division the 5th army in Italy. The citation reads: "Cpl/ Cran dall saw an enemy shell land i MISS BODE DIES OF PNEUMONIA Bride-to-Be Succumbs After 2 Weeks' Illness A1 g on a--Kathryn Bode, 25, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis iode of Union township, died at he Kossuth hospital Monday eve- ing. She had an attack of the flu nd Monday morning was taken o the hospital. Pneumonia devel- ped which caused her death. ' Plans had been made for her marriage Jan. 5 to Jrvin Kramer f Bancroft but had to be post- oned because of her illness. Kathryn Elizabeth Bode was lorn March 14,'1918, in Union ownship. She was graduated from St. Cecelia's academy in 1939. The ^ast 2 years she worked in Fort )odge but gave up her position ast July to make plans for her marriage. Since then she has been at the home of her parents. She is survived by her parents and 2 sisters, Mrs. A. \V. Lindsley of Fort Dodge and Joan Marie at lome, and 3 brothers, Bernard John, in the · navy, and Charles Robert and Donald Louis at home. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Thursday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church "'with the Rev. Father J. M. Mallanger officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. MRS, HUXOHL ROCKFORD, DIES the vicinity of a radio vehicle killing the driver and stunning the radio operator. He unhesitantly ran across an area where enemy artillery was falling to save the vehicle and its radio which was the only link in the air observation net. "Cpl. Crandall drove the vehicle through tlie area to shelter, re-established communication and continued to operate the radio through subsequent shelling." He has made his home with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Borg north of Rake. GETS PILOT'S WINGS--Lt. Murray J. Mowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aarou Mowers of Northwood, received his silver wings and officers' bars at the army air field at Fampa, Texas, Jan. 7. He will report to Bergstrom Army Air Field, Austin,\ Texas, to take transition train- ins in troop carrier command; He is a former employe of the People's ' Gas and Electric Co., of Mason City. One Injured in Explosion of Furnace Bristow--The modern home ii the south part of Bristow belong ing to George Jungling caught fir about 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, whe an explosion in their coal furnac occurred. Mrs. Nescha Hemmes, daughte of the Junglings, suffered som minor burns on face and hands The voluntary fire company ex tinguished the blaze. Not much damage was done t the building. Was Former Teacher iri Floyd County Schools Rockford--Mrs. Carlyle Huxqh 5, died early Tuesday morniri the Cedar Valley hospita Charles City, following' sever;} veeks' illness. Mrs. Huxohl, nee Lois SchweilJ er, was born at Hudd. She wa taduated from Rudd high scho nd completed a teacher's cours'f] 1 Waldorf .college, Forest City. She taught for 3 years in thjj ural schools of Floyd county anf ne 'year as primary instructor he Floyd Consolidated school. On May 28, 1942, she was mall -ied to Carlyle Huxohl and thej have lived on the Huxohl farm ; miles east of Rockford. Surviving are her husband, he] arents, Mr. and Mrs. Willia Schweizer, Rudd; 2 brothers, Sg ·Yancis Schweizer, Camp Adaij Dre., and Paul Schweizer, Rudf and one foster sister, Gertruq Bell, Rudd. F u n-e r a 1 arrangements awaiting, word from brother*! Oregon. Miss Emma R. Perkins] Buried at Clarksville Clarksville--Emma R. Perkinl 69, died Sunday at her home heivj The family moved to Clarksvilrt when'she was a small'child arj she grew to womanhood here. ' July, 1939, she- entered the folks' home of the Brethri; church at Marshalltown, she remained until her death. ! is .survived by one sister, MiB Charles Goodnow, and one brct er, Will Perkins, both o£ Clark* ville, and one brother, John $ Lanesboro. The body was brougftj to Clarksville and funeral sertf ices were held Tuesday, afternoow Burial was in Antioch cemetery WHEEL BALANCING AT and LUBRICATION SERVICE STANDARD SERVICE 321 BEAUMONT DRIVE her nephew and niece, Mr. anl Mrs. Virgil Burke at Flint. Mich. Armstrong--George Walder ha been given a medical discharg from the army. Kanawha--Pvt. Robert Howletl son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles How letl. is laking a 5 monlhs cours at the University at Denver, Colo prior lo his appoinlment as a aviation cadet in the army ai forces western flying irainin command. He was transfcrre from Ft. Francis E. Warren, Wyi Spillville--Mrs. Mary Prazak Mason City is spending this wee with her mother, Mrs. Ma Balik, who is ill. Nora Springs--Mrs. C. D. Mood went to Fairmont. Minn., called b the illness of her mother, Mi Charles Miller. Nora Springs--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson left Tuesday evening enroule to Phoenix, Ariz., where they wili^ spend Ihe remainder of t^e wmtor. Mrs. Susie Banks, and family. Wesley--Relatives here received word of the death of Mrs. Peter Lickteig at Cresco Saturday. Funeral services were held TuesdSy morning. Kiester, Minn.--Word has been iceived by Mr. and Mrs. R. D. His from their son, T. Sgt. Roger lis, that he arrived safely some- here in England. Rudd--Mrs. Willard Ryner was smissed from the Cedar Valley ospital Sunday and brought to he home of her parents, Mr. and Irs. Frank Chestnut, where she is ccovering nicely following a ma- or operation. Emmetsburg--J. M. Robinson of raettinger was re-elected chair- lan of the Palo Alto county board " supervisors at the annual re- rganization meeting. Protivin--Marjorie Holub suf- ered a fractured knee bone while laying basketball. St. Ansgar--Mr. and Mrs. Hernan Dieterich left Saturday eve- ing for Long Beach, Cal., to pend a couple of months. Mrs. Otto Seefeld accompanied them, nd will visit her brother. Oscar, policeman at Hollywood, and er sisters at Los Angeles. Crystal Lake--Willis McFarlahd eft Sunday Cor a visit wilh his aughler. Mrs. Clyde Benson and arnily in Waterloo, his sisters, Mrs. Elmer Welcher at Aurora, 11., Mrs. Everett Arnet at Canton. 11., Mrs. Margaret Miner at Lew- slon. 111., and Mrs. Carson Rhodes at Mt. Ayr. Wesley--The United Service Women tied 2 wool quilts at their ·egular meeting Thursday evening. Mrs. Clarence Ward and Beatrice Hildmon had made the along the winter driving front , ABOUT WHAT CAR CHASSIS PARTS CO WHEN CARS STAND IDLE A IOT. BAD RUSTINS MAY OCCUR. FREQUENT LOBWCATtONS YOUR BEST PROTECTION -AND- BETTER HAVE THE OIL CHAN5ED AT THE SAME TIME. \l tops. Hanlontown--Cpl. and Mrs. Joseph Slangier are here on a 2 weeks' furlough from Amarillo, Texas, at the home of the latter's mother. Mrs. Gertrude Karnatz. Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly be« cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and, expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Cowrirs, Chest CoMs, Bronchitis IH tlEfHUNT NSYU FOROEIS- AND NOtoSf SHODLD FOXSET THE TIH6 SHO»T«6E. YOO KNOW.,. NUT INOUGW NEW TlHES TO SO 'ROUND THIS YEAR.. ME£OTOKECP 3?C£O UNMR 15MIIS»· KE£P PRE5SU UPTO 2 Z L P S . M05T IMPO*TANT- M»VE THf nR£5 RCUPP5O VETCCt THEY WEAR. POWN TOO MH 10 PtdKlIT «tCAPPINO. N OouNO ANo'lOUND THE NtlHBQe*Mt -AS «*CST CMS ARE NOW DRIVEN-CAUSES RCESSWE WATfKlD CMM 1H THE MOTOK.SOME 6ET5 INTO CMNKCASE, STAYS THERE, COMTAMMWK Oil. WITH OOOO fetPlACtMtKr PARTS VERY HARP TO OETj d's WO TI« TO TAKE CHANCES. 8ETTEK CMAN6E Oil. 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