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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 21, 1944
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ONTRIBUTION OF OVIES TO WAR KIWANIANS Charter Members of Local Cliib Honored at Anniversary Event J "Th6 government of the United ·tates has recognized that it is a [irect contribution to the war ef- brt to have the facilities of the notion picture producers and ex- ("ibitors available in time of war," I )octor Irvin Deer, of the office Will Hays, told Kiwanis club | Members at the Hotel Hanford jrhursday noon when he spoke }n "Motion Pictures in War li'imes." "One way for people to keep [leir physical and mental health to throw off responsibilities rough recreation," said Doctor |eer. "The motion picture in- stry is providing entertainment |r 92 to ICO million people .ekly." IDoctor Deer told of the indus- surmountaing obstacles of liorities and rijduced costs, yet |oducrng educational and enter- nent pictures for the army as I!1 as the theaters of America. (In educational work, the motion fcture industry is meeting, the |oblern of telling what the war all about, who the friends of United States are, -who the _ys powers are and what they lant, and is giving information lorn the 3 fronts to the American Itblic at high cost to the indus- ly in lives and money, according I Doctor Deer, who added that lotion pictures also were 1 being [ to "shorten the training pe- od in the armed services. [.Doctor Hoy C. Helfenstein, pas- fcr. of the First Congregational liurch introduced the speaker. |..M. Huffman prfesided and Ed Tppel was in charge of the pro- ram. . [Preceding Doctor Deer's talk, 29th anniversary of Kiwanis hternational was observed by living the 11 charter members " the local club take a bow. They ,, George. S.- Marty,. Dr. orge vM. Crabb, K. W. Fisch- ck, W. E. Gildner, K. J. Glass, M. Knudson, Dr. K. F. Knnz, iorse E, O'Neil, C. A. Parker, .r. H. F. Pool and James Rae. Guests of the club were Fred 19 MILLION IN RISKS CARRIED Farmers Mutual Shows Gain of $1,79^,347 Farmers Mutual insurance association showed a gain in risks of $1,793,347 during 1943, according la, the report o£ Secretary J. L. Stevens, Plymouth, at the annual meeting Thursday. It was a banner year for the organization, according to Mr.- Stevens;- the increase making a total of risks in force of more than 519,000,000 at the end of the year. Losses for the year were $14,463.74, which allowed the company to add to its reserve for future losses. The same directors and officials were elected to direct the affairs of the association for another year A. R. Cain, Clear Lake, was elect ed president, A. Tietjens, Mason City, vice president; Henry Timm Thornton, treasurer; J, L. Stevens Plymouth, secretary, and Mynelie Kabrick, Clear Lake, assistant secretary. , Township directors elected were' A. R. Cain, Grant; J. P. Anderson, jncoln; A. Tietjens, Lime Creek; . L. Stevens, Falls; Paul Spotts, Portland; J. C. Bitterman, Mason; Charley Schmoll, Lake; W. H. Skene, Clear Lake; C. O. Miller. Jnion; AI R. Carstens, Mt. Vernon; '. F. Stoltenberg, Bath; Henry litzhusen, Owen; Edmund Kelsh, Plaps Infantile Paralysis Fund Campaign in Winnebago Dr. Colby Announces Meeting at Forest City Sunday Afternoon . Forest City--Talks and movies on infantile paralysis will be presented in the auditorium here at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon as part of the national fund raising campaign to battle the disease. Plans for the meeting are in charge of-Dr. F. J. Colby, Winnebago county infantile paralysis campaign chairman. Dr. Colby announced that W. K. Neiman, Des Moines,- state infantile paralysis chairman last year and present Polk county chairman, will speak. ' Instruction will be given parents on steps that should be taken to guard against the disease. The meeting is open to the public. LUNCHEON GIVEN FOR MRS. BENNETT Mrs. H. C. Bennett and Mrs. E. M. Freeman entertained at a dessert luncheon at the Eadmar hole! Thursday, complimenting Mrs Floyd Lundmark. Table decorations were carried out in pink anc white and gifts were presented to Mrs. Lundmark. Contract was played with prizes going to Mrs B. Goodnow and Mrs. Fred Hornig. -- p -LINEN SHOWER HELD FOR MRS. D. BURTIS Mrs. Daryl Burtis was honorec linen shower Thursday eve was Helen Miller before her mar- iage Jan. 12. s _ Adas Israel Synagog n Charge of Service at Wesley Sunday Night Friday, Jan. 21, 1941 5 VtASON CITY GLOHE-fJAZETTE Twice a yenr, Wesley church Adas Israel and arrange, an exchange service. Once a year Wesley attends Adas Israel synagog and once a year the synagog attends Wesley. Next Sunday night at 7:30, Wesley will be the host church. The new rabbi, David W. Herson, will present the sermon, using as his t h e m e , "Brotherhood -- A Synthetic Force Against Aggressjon.' Members of the synagog choir will provide all the music used in the service. Following the service a reception will be held in the fel- charge. Statistics indicate that hese 2 churches of different faiths ire the only ones in the United States carryin out a program of his kind. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazeito carrier boy. AIRRAIDTHAT HEAD COLD MISERY ZONE ,with just 2 drops Penetro Nose )i Drops. Open up cold-clogged ", nose. Breathe freer almost iu- stantly. IJconomical .Only 25c,2f£ ' times as much, 50c. Caution: Use only as directed. Always demand PENETRO Russ Gray and Dr. Smiley. B. EYE CATCHER--Ever alert in their fight against malaria, II. S. marines at a south Pacific base use this life-size, pin-up girl on a billboard as a reminder to look for holes in their sleeping nets through which malaria-carrying: m o s q u i t o s might enter. Such a -pictorial warning attracts the leathernecks' attention much quicker than a plain sign. U. S. M. C. photo. DE. F. J. COLBY --Winnebago Chairman Dougherty; William Bruns, Geneseo; Henry Timms, Pleasant Valley, and Peter Floy, Grimes. Fire Engine's Too Wide Fremont, Ohio, (U.R)--Like the man who built a boat in his garage and then found it too large to get outside, citjr officials here are station to give it room. wondering why they don't measure the doors of a firehouse before buying a new fire engine. The city purchased a new fire truck but found it too wide for the doors at the central station. Several years ago, a hook and ladder was obtained and officials had to burrow into a hillside behind the 0. Lyman Services Be Monday; Burial [t Memorial Park [Funeral services for F. O. Ly- [lan, retired carpenter who died I a local hospital Tuesday, fol- iwirig an illness, : will be held fconday afternoon at 2 p. m."at jie Major Memorial chapel. lurial will be at Memorial Park metery, The tame in charge. Major funeral TALKS ON CLOTHING j Dougherty--"Work Clothes for tie Job" was the subject pre- (nted by Miss Lucille Buchanan home project workers at the [ime of Mrs. Will Reed. A meet- will be held at the home of [rs. Ann Sweeney Feb. 17. Front Page Is All Ads mj»a, Fla., (U.R)--The "London nes" has nothing on the Drew "Echoes," army newspaper ;, which recently went "Brit- 1 with a front page made up of bssificd ads. The "Echoes" fea- Ires free classified advertising to |litary personnel and is believed be the only armp publication |/ing such service. tching Skin? Stop Scratching! Here Is Quick Ease and Comfort js'ow t h a t clean, powerful, pcnetraling lionc's Emerald Oil is available at lig stores thousands have found hclp- J relief from \\\c. distressing itching ·d torture of rashes, eczema, poison T " n n d other externally caused skin |mbTcs. Xot only does the intense ilchinp, rning or slinging quickly subside, it healing is more imckly promoted. Get an original bottle of Emerald I -- Grcasc3css -- Stainless. Money re- mdcd, if not satisfied. OSCO Drnir Co. DR.. A. P. FANKHAUSER For Better Results on Pneumonia, Flu and Colds Pain Removing Technique r.A.P.Fankhanser,D.C. S. 0. T. Technician ·2 3rd N. W. Ph. 854 Real Estate Transfers Hanson, H. M., to Robert F. Curtis Evelyn D. as joint tenants, etc. SI (WD). Lot 9 Blk 13 Parker's 4th Add to MC. 1-12-44. Anderson, Emma, to John La- Gasse Emma as joint tenants, -etc. §1 (WD). Lot 260 Midland Heights Add to MC. 1-11-44. Chickara, M i k e , to Sophia Chickara 51 (QCD). N 13 ft ol Lot 4 and the S 3TIt at Lots 3 in Ely 4 in J. L. Harkinson's Subd of 10 acres off o£ the E side of the SE'A o£ NEy 4 of 4-96-20. 114-44. Nelson, Conrad M. Idona A,, to Werner Schlawin Mabel as joint tenants $1. N% of SEy 4 2896-22. 1-14-44. Fields, Anna, to Douglas C: Fields §1 (QCD) lot 10 blk 9 College Add to MC, 1-17-44. L. L. Raymond, treasurer, to Cerro Gordo county S6.02 (TSD) lot 14 blk 9 Ventura Heights Sec 20 R96 T22 1-19-44. L. L. Raymond, treasurer,: to Cerro Gordo county $8.94 (TSD) lots 20, 21 and 22 blfc 1 "West Side Add to Rockwell, 1-19-44. Nichols, C. L., To Grace I. Dickson $1 (WD) Lot 15 in Auditor's Re-plat of Lot 1 the E 124 ft. of Lot 2 Blk D North of MC. 521-43. Nichols, Charles L., To Grace I. Dickson 31 (WD) Lot 76 in Midland Heights an Add to MC. 814-43. Fischer, Karl A. Dora, To R. J. Soener $1 (WD) Lot 233 Lot 234 in Forest Park an Add to MC A part of NWV* 9-96-20. 1-19-44. Trower, Minnie Funt .Hus., et al, To Conrad Nelson et al $r (WD) NWV 4 17-95-21 the NWVi of SWy 4 17-95-21. 12-7-43. LaBarre, Bess A. Charles B., To Raymond A. Monaghen Margaret Faith as joint tenants (WD $1 Lot 17 Blk 10 Dodge's Point Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. 12-14-43. Kimb.aU, Floyd L. Ruth O. to Eva Larson $10 (WD) Lot 1 Blk 34 in G. B. Mclntosh Heplat of Lois 4-5-6 in M. Tuttle's 2nd Add to CL. 12-31-43. Reab, R. L. Melissa to Leila Britt $1 (WD) W'/- of Tract 6 Pine Hill Acres MC. 1-10-44. Slanbery, Halph S. Adm. to Forest R. Grover 54,000 (Probate Deed) SEy 4 NE%-of 10-97-19. 127-43. Witt, Gusfav- to James L. Ward and Alta Mae as joint tenants S3,- 000 (WD) Lots 3, 9, 10 blk 8 Lots 1 2 Blk 13 in Kirtland 3-94-20. 1-10-44. Sloan, Roy R. Viola A. to L. A. Jensen $1 (QCD) W 49^ Ft of Lot 23 in Subd of Lots 1 4 in Subd of SWy 4 of NE'/i 10-96-20. 12-28-43. Jensen, A. Verna Mae to Clarence Patterson Nellie as'joint tenants $1 (WD) W 4914 Ft Lot 23 Subd of Lois 1-4 in Subd of SW% of NEW 10-96-20. 12-22-43. Sherin, Agnes A. to Harold H. Jennings Alva Mac as joint tenants $1 (WD) Lots 16S 1R6 Forest Park and Add to MC. 1126-43. j Butts, Clara May et al to Forest ! R. Grover $4,000 (WD) SE'/ 4 NE'/i 10-97-19. 8-24-.4S. Johnson, Clarence and Alta to Ethel Nunn Connett $1 (WD) No. 80 ft. Lot 1 Blk. 35 So. M. C. located on SE% of SEy 4 9-96-20 11-27-43. Johnson, H. W. et al to Ethel Nunn Connett $1 (WD) No. 80 ft. Lot 1 Bulk. 35 So. M. C. located on SE'/4 SEVi 9-96-20 1129-43. Mason City Loan Investment to Evelyn B. Zirbel $1 WD) Lot 2 Blk. 1 H. A. Dyer's add. to M. C. 1-7-44 Bright, Nela and Casper to John H. Weaver $1 (WD) Lot 26 Blk. 7 West Haven an add. to M. C. 8-13-43. D A m o r\ f s 80/VDS LET'S BACK THE ATTACK--WITH BONDS Buy your War Bonds and. Stomps at DAMON'S special War t Bond booth located on the 'Street Floor, where your wants '' will be cheerfully taken care of, by one who is qualified to handle the job. Buy more War Bonds and Stamps than ever during this 4th War Loan Drive . . . Get them at DAMON'S . . . see our War Bond Window Display. YARN "Soaker" PANTIES They're warm, they're wonderful, they're all wool. And they take the place of hard-to-get rubber panties. But best of all, you can knit "Soaker" panties yourself in a jiffy. Fleisher designed to fit without binding. Each "Soaker" pantie kit-includes full instructions plus sufficient, easy to wash white wool for one pair of panties. 79 SET Make these snug SOCKS Do winter nights leave your toes cold? Here's the remedy. A complete kit that holds all the wool and instructions you need for whipping up a pair of these oven-warm bed socks in. a jiffy. Easy to make, wonderful to wear. In pastel pink, blue or white. "SOAKERS" for the BABY Package contains sufficient Enterprise yarn to knit two designs in soakers. They are practical-^ more absorbent. They may be boiled to sterilize. Soakers are worn over the diaper. 89 KIT BOX FLEISHERS KNITTING WORSTED YARN 3%-oz. skein in the following colors: White, Dusty Rose, Dark Red, Lt. Blue, Lt. Pink, Orange, Oxford Gray, Black and Novy Blue. SKEIN Dflmorrs ning at the home of Mrs. Howar Court whist was played and prize went to Mrs. Burtis. The honore DRESSES BE HERE EARLY SATURDAY MORNING AND SHARE IN THESE SPECIAL SAVINGS BOBBY SUITS Choice Selection of Colors, Seersucker, Plaid Ginghams. Values to $4.98. JOYCE HUBRITE DRESSES... Beautiful Spun Prints, Rayon Prints and' Jerseys. Sixes 12 to 42. $7.95 and $8.95 values. DRESSES Seersucker a n d Spun Rayons. Choose several at this price. $4.9845.95 Values DRESSES $3.49 to $5.95 Values SHOP NOW AND SAVE In Spun R a y o n s and Crepe Romaine. These are real values, don't pass them up. DOWNSTAIRS STORE Dflmons DOWNSTAIRS STORE

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