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January 27, 1944

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fi Thontoy, Jan. 87, 1M4 MASON CWX GLOBE-GAZETTE J. HARR, FORMER DRUGGIST, DIES Nora Springs Man Was Pharmacist 53 Years Nora Springs--J.' L. Harr, 80, Nora Springs businessman for 35 years, died at his J home here at 9:15 p. m. Tuesday following several years' illness with heart trou- ^ble. He suffered a stroke about a week ago. Mr. Harr was born in Pennsylvania Sept. 28, 1863. He has been a registered pharmacist for 53 years, moving to Nora Springs in 1907 and operating a drug store here until illness forced him to close his business 3 years ago. He married Leila^Blanchard in 1892. Two children were born, Wayne Harr, who died in 1927, and Mrsi Harold Hotter of Nora Springs, who survives. Mrs. Harr v died Oct. 15, 1905, and was buried at Chariton. In 1908 he married Mrs. Helen Brown, who died in 1935. His stepchildren by this marriage were Roy Birran of Augusta, Kans., Dr. Virgil Brown o'f Wichita; Mrs. Harvey Robbins of Murlingame, 'Cal.;. Mrs. Melvin Jones of Nora Springs, who survive him, and Mrs. Otto Fischer of Rbckford, who died in 1922. . There are also among the survivors 8 grandchildren; 2 sisters, Mrs. Maude Bryner of Janesville, who was here at the time of .Mr. Harr's death, and Mrs. Nevada Brown' of Minneapolis, and one brother, Mich. ' ' : :.- . · · ; ' · · ' ' : ' . · · ,J 15 Pre-War Fathers Leave Winneshiek to Serve U.M HERE THERE Rockwell--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirk returned · Saturday from a 6 weeks' visit with their sons, Paul and Joe, living-in Idaho and California. Rockwell--Mr. and Mrs. George Mantz returned Wednesday from a 2 weeks' visit.with a daughter at Hot Springs, Ark. Rockwell -- Emmett Campbell attended the grain dealers' convention in Des Moines Tuesday. Luverne--The'Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg and: several .other members of the Luther league from ; Luverne attended a zone workers' insttiute at Algona, Sunday. Kanawha--Lt. and Mrs. Wilbur Stevenson and son Jock have gone to Del Rio, Tex., where Lieutenant Stevenson expects to be stationed for some time. He- has been enjoying a leave with home folks. . Luverne--James Gid*dings of Algona, visited at the Guy Giddings home last week. Guy Giddings, who is now petty' officer, 3rd class, is stationed at Farragut, Kanawha--Mrs. A. B. Herdman, Christmas seal sale chairman, reports that $134 'worth of seals Idaho. Sheffield Sergeant and. Mrs. Harry Harr of Lowell, Mr. Harr was a member of the Ibcal chapters of both the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges. The; funeral was to be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church. Burial was to be at Chariton. Carl Bobenhouse and children of New Haven, Conn., visited her father, Tom Dart, Monday. Garner--The Gifford Olson unit of the American-Legion Auxiliary held'a carpet rag sewing bee at the Legion rooms Tuesday afternoon. Allison -- Cpl. Charles Konig, "who is with - military police at Birmingham, Ala., is spending a furlough : with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Konig of Allison. Meetings Of North lowo 'Organizations GARNER -- The Ye Friendly Folke club which was to have met at the home of Mrs. William Kraus Feb. 1, has'been postponed for one week. GARNER--Rebekah\Circle will meet Friday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ed Wetterling. Mrs. Anton Pannkuk and Mrs. Carrie Hughes are on the serving committee. ' ' NORTHWOOD--Founders' day of the P. E. O. Sisterhood was observed by chapter ES of Northwood Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. George Whitcomb. LELAND--The Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet at the church parlors Thursday; afternoon. IOWA FALLS -- Mrs. Arthur Young will entertain the members of the Thimble club at'her home Friday afternoon. .The time will be spent sewing for "the Red Cross. ^ HUTCHINS--At a C. C. H. club meeting Tuesday at "'the home, of Mrs. Kenneth Donovan, the following officers were elected: Mrs. Ollie Olson, president; Mrs. Leo Sankey, vice president and Mrs. George Weiland, secretary-treasurer. .· · Lineman Is Injured in Fall From LJgnt.PoIe $t. Ansgar--Herman Ingebritson,'electrician, sustained a broken and splintered bone and a broken ankle in one leg and a sprained ankle in the other leg, when he missed a lug on an. electric light pole, in the alley near the Miller cafe, and fell" several feet to the ground. He was taken to a hospital at Albert Lea for treatment, and .Mrs. Ingebritson and 3 children are staying for a few days with her parents at Lake Mills. Rake -- Mrs. Donavon Haxton arid son, Donhie, of Mason City arrived Monday to spend a few weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Haraldson, and family Bristow--Mr. ' and Mrs. Lloyd Vinson visited in Osceola, their former home, several days. were sold this year, which is one- third more than last year/ Riceville--Mrs. Rudy Doerr left for Trenton, N. J., Monday where she will visit her brother, Lt. Robert Wilkes, who is with the armed forces. Kanawha--Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart are in Des Moines this week attending the 56th \annual meeting of the Iowa Veterinary Medical association and its auxiliary held in the Hotel Fort Des Moines. Meservey--Russell Goetzke, seaman 2nd class, of'Santa Rosa, Cai., is visiting home folks this week. Stacyvillei-- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jonnson, farmers south of Stacyville, moved Friday to a farm they purchased near Plymouth, last fall ' Hutchins--Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hinders and son, Chris, and Mr. and Mrs. Norris Larson and daughter, Mardelle, .· were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. Larson's and Mr. Binder's brother, B. G. Larson, at Rudd. Fentpn--The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Ethel Weisbrod. Sheffield--'Pvt. Fred Timmerman, Camp Edwards, Mass.,''is spending a 15 day furlough at his home. Ridgeway--Mrs. Norman Lockrem has accepted a contract to teach the 1st' and 2nd grades in Ossian and left for that place Monday to begin her new duties. Chester--Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cruse of Waverly were Sunday guests at the parental James Musel home. Alta Vista--Pvt. Dale Schmitz, who is taking a course in -radio work hear. Sioux "Falls, S. Dak., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Returns From Funeral of Father in Illinois FertUe--Mrs. Phil Sheimo returned home Sunday evening from Decatur, HI., where she was called by the death of her father, the Rev. E. H. Shuej-, 85, who died at a ministerial home at ·'Lebanon, Ohio. He is survived by 4 daughters, Mrs. Sheimo, Fertile; Mrs. Ulta Kramer of Kankakee, III.; Mrs. Weston Hammond of Wooster, Ohio, and Mrs. H. S. Sherwood of Kenosha, Wis. Mr. Shuey had been in the ministry of the United Brethren church for 67 years. He assisted in the building o£ 6'churches. He was superintendent of the conferences of the "United Brethren churches for the- state of Illinois for.several years and was field agent for 2 different colleges for some time. He retired from the ministry 8 years ago. Coulter--Mrs. Simon Jensen is here from Austin, Minn., for a 2 weeks' visit with friends. SpiUville--Mrs. Frank Hpgan o£ Mason City is spending this week! with her mother, -Grandmother Balik, who is ill. Mrs. Balik was 84 years old Monday. . old Monday. * Popejoy-- Mrs. Mavis Johnson and family entertained a group of relatives at dinner Tuesday evening, in honor of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Hammitt and son who left Wednesday morning on their return to Sampson, N. Y. Bancroft--Pvt. Evans Johnson, Los Angeles, Cal., is spending his furlough at the parental George Johnson home. Belmond--Mrs. R. E. Coursen left for Miami, Fla., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Darwin Lynner, and the new grandson. . Corwilh--T/Sgt. Paul C. Houston, who is stationed at Camp Edwards, Mass., and Miss Wilma Stephens of Des Moines, have been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels for the past few days. Fertile--Mrs. Robert Kuhns, who visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Calhoun, and also with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Calhoun, left for her home at Rock Island, I1L Scarville--Donna Christiansen, 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Christianson, who is ill with pneumonia, was taken to Mercy hospital in Mason City Sunday. / Joice--The Rev. Irvin Suby of White Water, Wis., arrived Monday to visit with relatives before leaving Tuesday with the Rey. L. F. Scheie of Joice to attend a Lutheran pastoral' conference at Minneapolis. Ventura--Mrs. Eliza Zobel celebrated her 87th birthday Sunday. Several of her children and their families spent the day with her. Greene -- Miss Dorothy Scott, who is employed in a telephone office in St. Paul, and who was formerly employed in the local telephone office, has returned home after a visit with relatives. Thornton -- The Rev. Herbert Enser and Mrs. Enser and small daughter left Sunday evening for Columbus, Ohio, for fe 2 weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Enser's father. Dumont -- Cpl. Gordon Nielsen, who was home on furlough from Shreveport, La., was feted at a courtesy recently by a group of old neighbors and friends at the John Schmitz, and other home folks here. Alexander -Mrs..Ray'Hawley of Marseilles, 111., and Miss Elizabeth Aldinger of Austin, Minn.,- and Mrs. Lena Aldinger of Hampton were visitors S u n d a y rat the Charles, Showalter home. Protivin--Cletus Kosatka of the navy is home on a few days' furlough. Scarville--Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Oppedahl and Mr., and Mrs. John Fplken visited with Art Kobbervig, who is a patient at Mercy hospital in Mason City Saturday afternoon. Joice--Mrs. C. A. Kittleson and T. O. Gordon of Joice, 'together with O. T. Gordon of Lake Mills, left Sunday morning for Minneapolis to visit a few days -with 16 SINGLE MEN ALSO IN GROUP 2 Others Are Married But Have No Children Decorah--The following Winneshiek county men, "including 15 pre-Pearl Harbor fathers, left this week for the induction center, in Des Moines. In the list of fathers, the number of children each has is given. This may not agree with the actual facts as only pre-Pearl Harbor children are counted. Fathers--Olin Glen Larson, Baltimore, Md., 2 children; Harold Melvin Orth, New Hampton, 3 children; Orlando Gerhert Solem, Waterloo, 2 children; Martin Westley Winkie, Decorah, 1 child; Edgar Melvin Stinson, Decorah, 1 child; Sherry Robinson, D e s Moines, 1 child" Derwin Adelbert Richardson, Waterloo, 1'child; Oscar Vance Rosell, Burlington, 1 child; Arnold Thomas Havel, Calmar, 1 child; Raymond August Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn., · 1 child; Clarence Norman Dotseth, Decorah, 4 children; Melvin Arthur Sorenson,. Decorah, 1 child; Clarence Johannes Skaim, Decorah, 1 child; Loris Duane Weable, Decorah, 3 children; Harold Nathan Forde, Decorah, 3 children. Married--Fletcher Louis* Whallon, Baltimore, Md.; Harold Nicholas Gebel, Ossian. Single--Elmer Hanson, Decorah; Ray Lodowick Tillinghast, Decorah; Carl Theodore Hinker, Hollywood, Cal.; Len Edwin Larson, Decorah; Nordine Merle Olson, Buffalo, N. Y.; Daniel John Lansing, Ft. Atkinson; Bernell Lowell Dehning, Decorah; Raymond Arnold Pahl, Decorah; Theo Earl Bentley, Decorah, route 3; Richard James Knox, Cresco, route 4; Curtis Maynard Usgaard, Decorah; James Russel Torvik, Decorah; Donald Harold Schroeder, Decorah; Edward Frank Krivachek, Ft. Atkinson; Lyle Jerome Larson, Ossian; Roland Corsen Danielson, Decorah, route 3. PASTOR E. C. REINERTSON types of pump valves, especially those used on naval vessels. Dean F. M. Dawson, present head of the engineering college, characterized Mr. Sims as an outstanding man in his field. \ CHURCH PASSES ITS 75TH YEAR Immanuel Lutheran at Forest City Marks'Day Forest City--An event of interesting historical significance not only to the members of the church but all'of this vicinity as well, is , the 75th anniversary, to .be celebrated by Immanuel Lutheran ·church of Forest City this year. This congregation was organized in 1869 by Scandinavian immigrants arid its early membership was made up of Norwegians, Swedish and Danish pioneers, who wished to carry on their faith. None of the founders are alive today, but a roll call brings forth * names that are still familiar to many of our citizens, as their sons and daughters have continued with the work they started. · 1 The plan for the 75th anniver- \VUJL COLLECT PAPER Northwood--The Boy Scouts of North wood have completed plans for a waste paper collection.cam- paign to be begun Saturday. They are planning to have monthly collections of paper. W. W. Hudson, scoutmaster, ,is in charge of the work. County TB Unit Meets Garner Garner -- The annual meeting of the Hancock, County Tuberculosis association will be 'held at ! the Garner cafe Saturday. Luncheon will be, served at 1 o'clock and a business "meeting will follow. ports will be given by officers and the seal sale chairman. Election of officers will be held. Reservations should be made with Mrs. W. G. Williams on or before Friday. Mrs. A. B. Herdman of Kanawha is county chairman. ' sary, celebration includes a special service or program for each month of the anniversary year. The opening service will be held Sunday and Pastor E. C. Reinertson will preaeh .the festival sermon. _One Sunday of each month through the year will be set aside for the observance of this event. First National Bank Beets 1944 Officers Clarion--C. J. Birdsall Has been elected president of the First National bank of Clarion. Otter officers elected are: R. L. Da vise n vice president and cashier; Rut! Bimn and D. J. Jerde, assistant cashiers. Directors are W. ]| Roosevelt, M. F. Birdsall, 'Dri E D. Tompkins, C. J. Birdsall ahc C. H. Crowe. DISPOSAL PLAN 1 BEING ERECTED Grease and Soap'to Be Made by Mason City Mer Greene -- The local rendering and disposal plant 42x42 feet, isll now being erected. It is to be of | :ile and concrete, and, because of I he nature of its products, grease! and soap, the company has pri-l ority rights to purchase material-} and machinery necessary to com-1 plete the building. ! It is expected that it will be inf operation by April 1. | Adrain Hart of Mason City.} formerly of the Cerro Gordo coun-J ty ration board, and F. C. Noeh also of Mason City, associati with "the Mason City By-Pro company for a number of ye who will operate the plant, exp to move to Greene by the first April. Buy "War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. ' KICKED BY COW Belmond--Mrs. Luke \ Wessels Hying northeast of Belmond, wa kicked by a cow while milking Three ribs were broken and he back badly bruised. Buy , War Savings Bonds Stamps from soar Globe-C carrier boy. 666! frM TABLETS. SAIVE. WKl DMK FULLERTON LUMBER CO. PHONE 642 home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nielsen. Swaledale--Leland, 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ver Heist, is confined in a Mason City hospital with pneumonia. B u r t -- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder recently returned from Iowa City, where Mr. Schrooder underwent an operation. Sexton---Harold Fitch of the navy is spending a furlough with his mother, Mrsl P. W. Hanson, and other relatives. Hayfield--A. C. Taylor went to Cedar Rapids Monday where he will attend the annual meeting of the Mutual Fire and TOrnado association of which he is a director. Corwith -- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Galloway have as their guests, Mrs. Galloway's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Garman of Frontier,. Saskatchewan, Canada. Manly -- Mrs. Don - Duclos and infant son, Bernard Nils, returned from Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday. ' ' Thompson -- George F o 1 k e n, clerk at the Erickson grocery store, left Sunday for Iowa City where he will enter a hospital. Fertile--T. Cpl. Urvin Schuler arrived p.t the home of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, for a few days' furlough. He is stationed at a camp at Shreveport, La. Thornton -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson left Sunday for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will spend the remainder o£ the winter visiting their son, Kenneth, and family. then- brother, Knut Gordon, who has been seriously ill the past several weeks. r Plymouth--The Rev. L. E. Sarchett of trie Methodist -church attended a meeting of institute deans at Waterloo Monday and Tuesday. Plymonth--Pvt. Lester Peshak of the signal corps at Monmouth, N. J., was on' furlough for, a few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Peshak. Carpenter--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Heard are the parents of a son born Saturday · evening at a hospital in Osage. Bnrt--Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Miller returned Friday from Los Ah- geles, Cal., where they spent several weeks visiting their sons. fenton--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo of Renwicfc and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Greene and Nancy of Corwith spent Sunday at the Earl Dean home. Sheffield _ Melvin Laskowski, fireman 1st class, .,has arrived from San Francisco, Cal., for.a 30 day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Laskowski. Rudd--Homer Burcham, M. A. Kalen and Gust Olson went to Ft. Dodge Monday to attend a grain dealers' convention which is in session here Monday through Thursday. Ridgeway--Mrs. ' Max Dewey left Friday for Parkersburg, Va., to spend a couple months with her husband, who is stationed'at Camp Lee, Va. Chester--Milton Thompson visited relatives in Northwood Monday. Alta Vista--Vern Boggess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Boggess of near Bassett , called on friends here while home on his furlough. Vern has been in the service for about 4-H Leaders Make 'Victory Army' Plans · Northwood--All' Worth county officers and leaders plan to attend a boys' 4-H "Victory Army" meeting in Mason City Monday and Tuesday . County officers are: President, Robert Molsberry; vice president, Don Dobel, and secretary-treasurer, Dale Coope. The following leaders a n d County Agent William St. Clair are planning to accompany the boys to Mason City: Vernon Lyford, Earl Cooper, Russell Sawin, J. B. Harmon and the Rev. C. T. Tjelstuel. On Mond_ay evening a banquet will be held for the boys, and leaders. . * Mrs. Charles Lewis, 73, Dies at Orchard Farm Orchard--Mrs. Charles Lewis, 73, died at her farm home Wednesday at 9 a. m. She was born in Mitchell county near Orchard Sept. 18, 1870, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Lee. On Dec. 14, 1893, she married Charles Lewis. To this union were born 5 children, Mildred, William and Howard Lewis. Two children died in infancy. She is survived by her husband, 3 children, 4 grandchildren and a brother, Clifford Lee, of Newburg, Ore. | · 2 years. Three brothers are also in the service. The brothers are _on overseas duty. Alexander--Marvin" Blau, who has been attending Central college at Pella and is home on a furlough, will soon be inducted as a paratrooper into the army. Protivin--Pvt. Clarence Huber of Alliance, Nebr., Edward and Dolores and Marlyn Huber and Mary Roman of Cedar Rapids, visited at the Joe D. Bouska home Sunday. Corwith--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will are the parents^ of twins, a daughter, Mary Kay, and a son, Mickey Rae, born Saturday at their home west of town. Hayficld--Donald Hamilton submitted to a tonsilectomy at Britt Monday morning. ' Convith--Lafayette Oxley, sailor from Boca Chica, 'Fla., and Miss Stella Duska, Chicago, returned to their homes after spending a few days at the Lafe Oxley home. Manly -- Mrs. Vernon Lyford spent several days in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jackson at Dumont. Her brother, Lt. Harry Jackson, was home from Africa following his bombing missions. Thompson--Mrs. W. R. Shay left Monday for Hastings, Nebr., where she will visit in the home of her son's family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shay. Scarville--Mrs. Carrie Briscoe returned to Northwood Sunday after spending the-past 2 weeks at the F. J. YMferoan home. Iowa Youth at Ceylon; News of Men in Service Eagle Grove--Mrs. Lysle Wilson, and also Lysle's parents,. MrJ and Sirs. Lewis E. Wilson, have received recent letters from him. His last known address was on Ceylon Island, off the southeast coast of India. He was on the water 63 days after leaving the west coast, the first stop being on the island of Tasmania, off the southeast coast of Australia. His next destination was not made known. --Mrs. Ed Wood has received word that her son, Capt. Ronald Prehih, has been appointed wing flying safety officer. He is stationed at Boise, Idaho.--Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Blackman have received word that their son, Pvt. Warren Blackman, has arrived in north Africa. --Capt. Maurice Noonan, who is spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Noonan,'Sr., went to St. Paul to visit his sister, Annabelle, a student at Saint Catherine's college. Merle Martin, boatswain's mate, 1st class, accompanied him. Alfred Sims, Former U Engineering Head, Dies Iowa Ctiy--News of the death of Alfred V. Sims, who headed engineering for 9 years at the University of Iowa, has been received by university officials. Mr. Sims died in Hampden, Conn., at the age of 79. He was president of the Sims Pump and Valve company, which he established in 1915. Bom in Canada, he was educated at the University of Pennsylvania. He left the university in 1904, a year before the college of engineering was established. 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