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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1944
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12 f ,MASON. . CRT GLOBE-GAZETTE NAME LOCKWOOD AS INSTRUCTOR Will'Begin Duties at , : . Ellsworth, Iowa Falls Iowa Falls--Neil Lockwood of Baldwin : City,' Kans., , will begin Monday, as instructor in mathematics and science, in Ellsworth Junior college, · succeeding James R. Orris,- who resigned because of illness in his family. He.has re- ' · ' - . - f Iowa Hunters fake $% More Ration-Free Meat in 1941 turned to his home Colo." in Denver, HERE and TH E R E QUAIL DUCKS IN GREATEST GAIN Swaledale--Crawford Hemphill, who returned from Fairbanks, Alaska, where-he was employed with a construction company, will visit his aunt, Kit tie'Hemphill, for some'time. : Crystal Lake--Mrs. Agnes Rabe, who spent the past 5 weeks at Santa Barbara, pal., with her son arid daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. Richard:Rabe, returned home Sat- . Mr. Lockwood. is a graduate, of Baker university in, Baldwin City, and has had teaching "experience .in Kansas and Wisconsin. Recently he has been instructing ih'ASTP courses at Michigan college in mining and technology. Ionia 1 st to Pass War Bond Quota in County New Hampton--Ionia was the first community . in Chickasaw county to exceed its:4th war bond quota,, according to H. V. Maas and R. A. : Stolz, county war bond co-chairmen. Idhia~~purchased.more-than $6,000 worth' of war bonds;with a quota of $6,500 and some more residents are yet to be contacted. New Hampton Man Gets Commission and Wings New Hampton--Donald W. Gilbert has been awarded a commission as 2nd lieutenant' after corn pleting -his course at Frederick Field, Texas. Lt. Gilbert, a gradu ate of .the New Hampton hig' school received his silver wing - last week. . ' . " urday. Garner--County Supt.. Charles S. Whitney was appointed director of pre-induction training for Hancock county^ The 1 appointment was v made by Hancock county chairman of civilian defense, W. M e s e r v e y -- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Akkerman of Eldora spent the weekend at the parental C. F. Ralster home. ' Clarion -- Miss Phyllis Sharp was the honor guest W:a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon given by Mrs. C. F. Tourtelotte arid Mrs. Ve'rnori Hargan at the Tourtelotte homj Plymouth--The R .L. E. Sar- T. Wolfram. Goodell--Mrs. Robert .McNutt and Marilyn . went to Chicago donday night to see her mother, Urs W. N. Allaben who ,is criti- ally ill in the Eli .Hetlarid home. Hake--Mr. and Mrs. Gale Halverson and Garry of Luverrie pent the weekend at the Ben itonson home. · ' - . - . SearvUle--Tom Torgerson spent Monday in Kiester,. Minn:, with lis brother, Louis Torgerson. Kiester,- Minn.' -- Cpl.' Oliver Bendickson from Camp Breckinridge, Ky., is visiting his father, Ed 3endickson. THIRD SON ENTERS Rake--Archie Ryg, son -of Mr and Mrs. Ole Ryg, and Virg Graue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ol Graue, left with the last group o Winnebago county inductees for Camp Dodge. This is the 3rd son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ryg to enter the service. Ole Ryg, Jr., is in the navy arid Cpl. James Ryg recently landed with the army in England. Another son.'Orrie Ryg, was re' cently given a medical discharge from the army. PURCHASES BOND Nashua--Mrs. Leona Bushing, treasurer of the Chickasaw county chapter of infantile paralysis, states that they have purchased a $400 bond, from · their funds, which is to be used whenever an emergency arises for the training of a nurse for the Kinney'method. fouMayAlwoysBe Constipated UNLESS joo correct faulty living habit*. In tba TT.^ntiTn« to Help Insure gentle Rndd^-Supt. and Mrs. I. W. Edie went to Des Moines Friday night where on Saturday Mr. Edie attended a meeting of the State Athletic association of which he is chairman. Stilson--lRuby Everett and her brother, Thomas, were at Mercy hospital in Mason City, for a ton- silectomy Saturday. They were accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Virgil Everett. Goldfield--Mr. and Mrs. Luther Siemers of Webster City were guests at the Howard Moseley home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Siemers both formerly taught in the local high school. He has resigned at Webster City as band instructor and will go to Rockford, 111. /v Dougherty -- Mrs. Frank Goerner of San Diego, Cal., came Monday evening to visit her mother, Mrs. Ella Breen. Coulter--John Jensen went to Omaha 'Saturday to spend a week with his parents. Rake^-Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jacobson received word Monday from their son, Pvt.Maynard D. Jacobson, that he had submitted to an operation Tfor appendicitis Jan. 3. He is'stationed in the southwest Pacific. Manly--Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hanson during the week were Mr.'and-Mrs. Albert Peterson of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hanson of Clarks Grove. Meservey -- Dr! and Mrs. G. " to Freeman, Minn., where they attended .he ather. chett of the Methodist church accompanied a delegation to Des Moines Wednesday to attend a church conference. Cresco--Eastern Star lodge officers were installed at Cresco Monday evening following a picnic supper with the Masonic order. . Sheffield--Pfc. Edward Humburg, Camp Atterbury, Ind., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry/Humburg. Meservey--Sailor John«Miles of De Land, Fla., is visiting his wife and baby- at the parental Mel' Smith home. Calvin Smitb, seaman 2nd class, of Farragut, Idaho, is also spending a few days at the parental Mel Smith home. Riceville--Mrs: Steve Schram- ske and daughter, Sylvia, returned to their home in St. Paul Monday after attending the-silver wedding celebration of Mr. and Pheasant Increase in Fall About 40 Per Cent Des Moines, (£--Iowa~hunters took 4,343,750 peunds of ration- free meat from the state's stock of .game birds and animals in 1943, the state conservation torn- mission estimated Thursday. In terms of numbers, .the commission estimated ^hat hunters took 2,757,350 pieces.of game last year, compared with \2,540,500 pieces in 1942,. or an increase of 8 per cent in 1943. The poundage for last year- was arrived at by multiplying the average- dressed weight of the various birds and animals by the number taken. Here are the commission's estimates of the number of birds and animals, taken in the 2 years: Juail Pheasants Ducks. 200,000. Squirrels Geese Rabbits ... Mrs. James Minnis. Sheffield Milo Rodemeyer 1942 ". 120,000 684,000 320,000 500 . 1,216,000 1943 216,000 1,030,000 300,000 .400,000 350 81} ,000 Iowa does not. have an inven- ory" law. requiring hunters and Ishermen to report the amount of fish and , game, taken., Neverthe- ess, the commission*- said, the es- limatles were made carefully 'and · TALKS ON AKT--Dr. Herbert J. Spinden. curator of Indian art · and primitive 'cultures at the Brooklyn museum, as well as curator of Mexican archeolOEV and ethnolory at the Peabody museum, Harvard-. university, will speak at Cornell college, ·Ml. Vernon, Friday. yet thorough, bowel movements -- t*ktt Dr. Edwards' OUve TUieta. OUT« Tablets are simply wonderful not only to pep up liver bile flow but alao "relieve constipation. Test their ·oodacn tonight! Inexpensive. All drugstore*. Follow label directions. PR. EDWARDS -Leeried went to St. Paul' Monday on a jusiness trip. ' , '. Rake--Mrs. Lars Peterson and Alma of'Hector, Minn., and Doloris and Mandel Oslaiad.of Minneapolis, visited at the John Ryg home. Mrs. Peterson remained for longer visit with her daughter Stacy ville--Mrs. Roy Wageman underwent a major operation a Nissen hospital. Tuesday. Carpenter--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feldt and daughter, Shirley and- Mary- Ann Ellingson, visited at Waterloo, Sunday. Kanawha--Mrs. Tommy Delge visited her husband at Camp Dodge over the weekend. Plymouth. -- T h e community gave a rebeption for Howard Hedegard at the school house Wednesday night. Howard is home on furlough. He has seen combat service. Meservey--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nissen of Iowa Falls, spent a few days at the L. B. HulseDUs home. Sheffield -- Arthur Dittbumer submitted to a major operation at the Lutheran hospital, Hampton Tuesday. Aredale--M. C. Mead was honored at a,dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :M. C. Mead on the occasion of his 84th birthday. Coulter--Mr. and Mrsl Peter Madson were to leave Thursday n -an extended western tour. Iceland--rMarlin Gunderson left · "Aurora, HI., for a visit with his uncle; Albert T. Olson. Manly--Mr. and Mrs. W. on several factors. Quail showed the greatest increase in take, approximately SO per cent. This was accounted for by the commission by the .fact Uitt there was a treat Increase in the number of qnail coverts last year, the fact that -while heavy game loads were at- a premium trap loads suitable for quail hunt- Ing were more readily available, the ^eason .was longer and the open area was larger. . Ducks showed the next greatest gain, with approximately a 50 per cent increase. Tfie early season, the large duck crop, plus several periods of gooft duck weather ac- Eake Adds 19 More Names to War Roll ' Rake -- Nineteen names were added .'last week to the Rake roll of honor, making a total of 112 names of service men and women from this community on the honor roll board. - -The names recently added'are: Marianne Bruvold, R. N., Lillian Haugen, R. N., Norris Erdal, Harry Fjetland, Roger Hanson, Jerome Halverson, James Haugen, Glen Herein, Wilmar Fure, Olal Lium, Wallace Lund, R o b e r t Quame, Max Smith, Bevis Under- bakke, Myron Varland, Gene Johnson, Wallace Satre, Archie CREAMERY OK'S YEARLY REPORT RiJgeway Concern Has Satisfactory Output... Kidzeway--The Lincoln Creamery company held its annual meeting at the community hall, heard reports covering the past year's business and elected officers and directors. The directors for 1914 are L. W. Martinek, Edwin Vrba, P. L. Anderson, Elmer Bergan.-Jhomas Benson, Albert Fulsaas and B. J. Bouska. All were re-elected except Edwin Vrba who is a new director. The officers are: President, Thomas Benson; vice president, P. L. Anderson; secretary- treasurer, O. T. Sime. The ' report shosvs 328,444.6 pounds of butterfat received and 408,638 pounds of butter manufactured, the overrun being 24.41 per cent. The average price paid for butterfat delivered was 54.77 cents. The cost of manufacturing a pound of butter was .0154 cents. Member of Naval Gun s Crew Home on Leave Orchard -- Glenn E. Wetherell 20, seaman 1st class, U. S."N.'R. attached to the naval armed guarc center at New Orleans, La., has just returned from sea duty as : member of a gun crew assignee to an American merchant vessel He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Frank H. Wetherell, route 1, Or chard. Wetherell joined the navy Dec. 12, 1942. During his 8 month at sea he visited ports in Panama Australia, Iran, Africa and South America. GETS PROMOTION -^- Clifford C. Whitcome, son of air. and Mrs..L..-E Whitcome of Northwood^ has been promoted to staff sergeant, the advancement,, coming as a welcome holiday present. He is -with the army in Alaska. Legion Plans Unveiling of Roll of Honor Manly -- The American Legioi enjoyed a smoker- at the . club rooms Mbnday evening. /·Membership is the largest sine 1924, with 21 more names to be added shortly, according to a report by Adjutant Fred B. Loge- DIES SUDDENL1 Decorah Resident Is " Victim of Herhoril Decorah--Funeral sei be conducted Friday for Johq Hendrickson, 61, who died Ti ay night at the Decorah hbsp he services will be at the fa lome at 1:30 p. m. and at the :orah Congregational church . m. \Vith the Rev. A.'H. Bar! fficiating. Burial will 'be I J helps cemetery. Mr. Hendrickson.was born ! 0, 1882, in Grand Forks, N. ] arae to Winneshiek county lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. K i lendrickson, when he was aVi a year old and was educated in! ural schools. , .f He was married June 28, If o Theressa Schlitter, who vives. Also surviving are one dau ter, Mrs. Philip Vikesland of j der Rapids; one.son, Jack I drickson, Decorah; 2 sisters, Vlary Thorsen, Mountain £ Call," and Mrs.- Henry Nerl^ Springfield township; : ah«j brothers, Albert; Herman, Clarence, all of Decorah. Mr. 1 i-ickson was a member of the; Canoe Lutheran church. He I ill 18.days following a cereT hemorrhage. ' counted for the enlarged -duck harvest, the commission said. The fall pheasant take increased about 40 per cent, .plus ah ester mated ^7 0,000 birds taken during the spring season. Increased pheasant take was accounted for by-the large.pheasant crop, longer season,. increased open territory, spring season and the addition of a hen to the-bag limit. \ Squirrels increased' a »P r o x i- mately 25 per cent .in take, and the Increase was believed not to have kept pace with the increase in the crop. These animals were Ryg and. Virgel Graue. H M a r y g r i e d v h o s Amsbury and daughters, Peggy it North Came. Polk U nd Janie - spent the weekend at been^romto^he Udcher, visiting the mother of echnical sereean't Mrs. Amsbury and his father. C " technical sereean't C "aden and a n - Chester-Mr and^ Mrs, Earle daughter of Des Moines are visit- Blade purchased the Mrs Helen ing in the home of her parents, Phifer property and will take pos- Mr. and Mrs. 'William Mitchell, session this spring. Coulter -- Mr and Mrs H C I Clarion-- Lt. H. E. Allen .re Sorenson left Tuesday for Chi- turned Monday to Washington, D caeo and Gary, Ind., to visit relas C., where he is-m the signal corp lives photographic laboratory at th army war college. Stacy ville -- Miss Gertrude Mill . small caliber shell shortage about I Two other men also left Fri- I,W» more animals were taken j day, aviation cadets called into ban dorinc the previous year. active service, Paul Sersland of Geese and cottontail rabbits I Decorah and Mark Schwartzhoff howed a decrease in take. The o f Spring Grove. Sersland reports abbit decrease was approximate-! to Camp Dodge, and Schwartzhofi y 50 per cent. Although rabbit j to Ft. Snellirig, Minn. Both will populations were -spotty , they I he .sent to Jefferson Barracks, Mo vere abundant in , some sections -- : - _ estimated°to er be m'or^than"^ per Retired Farmer DlCSJ cent greater than in 1942. Eight Leave Decorah for Military Service Decorah--Six men who passed their examinations for the army left Wednesday for Camp Dodge:' H e n r y B a k k e n of Ridgeway, LaVerne Cook of Postville, William Dessel of Ossian,- Novarro Fosse of Decorah, Alvin' Jarosh of Fort Atkinson, and Raymond Teslow of Decorah. After arriving at Camp Dodge eaeerly sought after, however, the I they will be sent to various, train- commission said, in spite of the camps. Decorah Will Get Teen-Age, Youth Center Decorah -- The Dynamo, high school paper, announced that Decorah is to have a teen-age center in order to give the young people some place where they "can go and have a wonderful time without their parents worrying about them." It is believed that this youth center will do much to solve the problem of juvenile delinquency. John Mullaney, Decorah real state agent, offered the plans for le establishment of the youth enter. The project will be con- ucted on the main floor of the Meritol building located,north of he Journal office, a location ac- essible from any part of town. . It is the plan to have a', detach? able name honor roll. Superintendent George Williams and Mr. Logeman arc making plans to have the work completed by March. ..The unveiling ceremony will take place at that time. . place at that- time. Clarence Mitchell is post commander. / New Hampton Cafe! Becomes Lieutenant.' Hampton, " E. Harmon, 32, New Hampton owner, has been commission^ lieutenant (JG) in the navy \ will report -,io the Uniyersitv Arizona at Tucson, Feb. 15. mon, a former high'school w tling coach, was a member of | 1932 United States Olympic t« and was a grappling star at I| State Teachers, college. Conservation officials blamed P^gjyiceS IllCOITlplete the decrease in rabbit hunting to 1 » the fact that.eariy snows and-rab- Clarion--Alonzo Garvin, 63, re _ - . 11 ' ».._.,,_ . T^..i r :«n t riroi^ -FuTrriPr rlipfl \WHnpsrlav n bit weather were lacking. SgOO 3*4® to 98 To freshen up your between- the-season wardrobe select a little hat in straw by Joal or .Pasadena that adds charm and flourish to your costume. ., I er. Elizabeth and Adeline GiUe I and Virginia Adams have 'bee I employed at the egg drying x plan at Osage which started operatic again after having been closed fo several months due to a shortag of eggs. Ridgewater-- Lt. Lester Hovden left Tuesday 'for Dale Mabry Field, Tallahasse, Fla., after spending a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer J. Hovden. Sheffield-- Mrs. W. E. Lockwood went to Canton, S. Dak., Tuesday called by the death ol her brother, Bert Ufford. ' Popejoy-- Clell Kelly, who spent his 10-day furlough with Mrs. Kelly and little son, and a sister, Mrs. Donald Hurd and family, left Tuesday on his return to Camp Peary, Va. Carpenter-- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feldt and daughter Suzanne and his mother, Marguret Harcourt, left Tuesday for Jamestown, N. Dak., where Suzanne will enter school. Meservey -- S/Sgt. and Mrs. Franklin Fischer of Sioux Falls, S. Dak,, and Mrs. A. Hr Rathge- bon of Yankton, S. Dak., visited the Jesse Althen home recently. Coulter -- Cpl. John Williams^of San Luis, Obispo, Cal., arrive*} Saturday for a week's furlough with his sister, Mrs; Herman Kas- selbaum. Alia Vista -- Gerald Nosbisch ol the navy returned Tuesday to New York after spending a short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Nosbisch here. tired farmer, died Wednesday a 6 a. m. at his home in Clarion fol lowing a long illness. He is survived by 2 sisters. Mis Lulu Garvin who made her horn with him, Mrs. Viola Kohler o Miami, Fla., and a brother, N Nashua -- A motorist driving Garvin of Chambersburg, Pa. H along the highway north from' was unmarried. ' r . Waterloo Tuesday noticed a group Funeral arrangements, in charg of boys were having" a game of | 0 f the;Eyler funeral home, are x in baseball in their shirt sleeves near complete, pending arrival of th Cedar Falls. ' '·--" J ' --"-*-- Boys Play Baseball in an Iowa Midwinter brother and sister. Manly Family Offers 4th Son to Uncle Sam Manly--Joseph Agrilera lelt for Camp Dodge Tuesday 'where he will start his training. A'brother, Raymond, recently entered the service and both are at Camp Jodge. This is the 4th son that Mr. and Mrs. E.' Agrilera have offered to their country, as Samuel and Jesse entered more than a year a.go. Samuel is somewhere in North Africa, and Jesse is at Nashville, Tenn. Both boys attended the Manly school. Joseph arid Haymond -are married arid have families who live here. Buy .War Savings Bonds Stamps from your G16he-Gaz| carrier boy. .: · ^ ' ' ' Joice Position or Job at Mason City J o i c e -- Miss. Orla H o 1 s t a d daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Alber rlolstad, who has beeni employee at the Worth county ration boarc office the past year,, has been ransferred to the ration board office at Mason City. She began work there Saturday. How to Promptly MUSCULAR ACHES-PAIN!,. Soreness and Stiffness »:J I You need to rub on * powerfull: yW* soothing "counter-tmtant lik- *':* Hustefole for quick relief. Musteroli.«}! b better thin an old-fashioned mus;V* up painful local congtsUon MUSTEROL RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL Orchard--W. C. Picken, who lives between Orchard and Floyd; was brought home from the Cedar Valley hospital Monday where he has been for the past 2 weeks. He fell from a tree in his yard and the ladder fell on him injuring his head. Belmond Man, Drunk Ellis Merrill Injured on Highway, Fined $ 100 in Automobile Mishap Garner--John Smith of Belmond Bristow--Ellis Merrill was se- was fined $100 and costs by Jus- verely bruised when his auto up- tice R.'J. Fritsch Monday on thel s et and threw him into a ditch charge of intoxication on a public about 5 miles from town Monday, highway.i The information was He was taken to Wayefly, where filed by Hancock County Sheriff his injuries were dressed. The L. M. Brower. County Ally. Henry j car was badly damaged. C. Meyer of Britt represented the county in the case. GETS SICK LEAVE Clarksville--Pvt. Ke n r y RAISE TELEPHONE RATE Waucoma--T h e Alpha Telephone company held its "annual M. meeting Monday afternoon. The ' - - - - - - Buy War Savinss Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. H E L L O /MOTHER/ Rademaker is home from overseas yearly rate for stockholders and on a 24-day leave. He is in Clarks- renters of telephones was raised ville with his parents, Mr. and $1. Officers are: President, Fred Mrs Mace Rademaker, Sr., and Boie; vice president. Waller Ab- family. bot; secretary, Ernie E. Gager; Private Rademaker just returned treasurer, Fred Reed; director, from overseas where he spent 6 Carl Richardson, Joe J. Brannon months in England and Scotland, and Roy M. Richards. He was in a hospital in England for 2 months, then returned to the] states and was confined in hospitals in New York and Topeka, | Kans. ._ Kidnevs Must CleanOut Acids Excess acids, poisons and vnstcs In your blood are removed chiefly by your kldncrs. Gettiar "P rilints. Burning Passages, Bicl:- ·che. Swollen Ankles. Nervousness. Rheumatic Pains, Dizziness, Circle! tinder Eves, and feeling Torn out. olten are caused by non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and Bladder troubles. Csually in iucfc cases, tie rery Hrst dos* of Cy«ta to" rjjht to work beiQiCf the Kidneys flush out excess melds ami wastea. And tn!s clumiaf, purifying Xldne7 action. In Just a day or so. may eas- fly make you f«el younffer, stronger and tetter than In years. An iron clad guarantee Insures an Immediate refund of the fun cost unless you are completely salUSed-Tou have POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PRESIDENT RESIGNS Fertile--Mayor Thelan ,EHhon. I president of the school board,! handed in his resignation at the board meeting Monday evening. The board will appoint someone o fill the vacancy. Lewis Sever- I son was appointed to art as prcsi- | dent. TOMORROW VOTCJIO® zor Economy Efficiency k and City 7 I Manager form 1 of Government CLUB CONTRIBUTES , Garner--The Garner Lions club voted to contribute $10 to the annual county spelling contest which will be held this year the first Saturday in April. At their luncheon W e d n e s d ay, Chester Stille gave an illustrated lecture on wood carving and craft. JOINS AIR CORPS Garner -- Word was received here that Sgt. Palmer J. Olson has been transferred from the| coast artillery at Keyport, Wash., to the army air forces and is taking training at Lincoln, Nebr., as j an aviation student. Rockwell--Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lewis moved their household goods to Mason City Monday. , W a Week, Credit! jENSENOniCAUO. Federal 1 --Mosor Wounded in action and brought back for treatment \o a midwestern army hospital, this young . soldier hadn't talked to his folks for many months. Then one day a telephone man, working in the. hospital, brought a portable telephone to his bed and he lost, no time calling his mother in Boston. It was a grand telephone reunion. In military hospitals we are providing portable telephones for the men in bed, telephone centers for walking patients and drive-in telephone booths for the boys in wheelchairs.- Food must be produced. conserved, shared -- so that thoce on the fighting and home fronts get what they need when -they need it to help in the war. In every part of this tremendous Job telephone folks work hand in Hand with food producers, distributors and aQ the others -- pro- Tiding a service that saves time aU Along the tine. * * £n you* . . . every war bead ye* b»y helps to locfc the Atfock end 001*9 Victory nearer. NORTHWESTERN IEU TELEPHONE COMPANY

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