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January 27, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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20 Thursday, Jan. 27, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DRAW JURORS'IN DISTRICT COURT List of Those Who Will ' Serve for Year, or Term F o r e s t C i t y -- G r a n d jurors drawn for district court which - meets Feb.- 8, April 4, Sept. 6 and Oct. 31, 1944, are: Iver Bergstad, Scarville; Levi Larson, Thompson; Julius Holstad, Lake Mills; C. E. Hobbs, Forest City; Russell Lewis, Forest City; Adolph Ellingson, Emmons; Harm Feldick, Buffalo Centei'; C. O. Christianson, Thompson; O!e Petterson, Leland; Harold Johnson,-Buffalo Center; Art Kringeh, Lake Mills; Pete DeVries, Buffalo Center. Trial jurors drawn for the February term of the district court are: Otto Schmidt, Isabel Van Hoose, Alice Hofbauer, Mrs. Fred Wubben, Mrs. A. B. Halvcrson, Jake Liverca, Amy Schoon, Lena Asmus and Elesbct of Buffalo Center. / . Anna SUuttle, Kiester; Mrs. Orville Erdahl, Mrs. i'red Havnen, Nordahl Matson, of Rake; Sam Terbeck, Woden; Mrs. H. D. Schroder, Scarville, and Mrs. Lorraine Hanson, Leland. Mrs. Die Pederson, Ruth Thorland, Thompson; B. J. Kinden, Albert G. Olson, James Scourick Clara Marthinson a n d Nettie Swenson, Lake Mills. William Rensink, Hazel Palmer. Mrs. Berlin a Thompson, Mrs. A J.'Eield, Mrs. A. R. Kuns : E. M Petersburg, Mrs. Florence Berger Mrs. Hattie Fisher, John Baumgarten, Jay Brooker, Arthur Austin, C. M. Palmer and Thomas Moen of Forest City, Large Firms Seek Women Iowa City--Lai-ge commercia firms -soon will send representa lives to the University of low to interview women for position formerly filled by men graduates The educational placement of fice announces that women wh graduate flu's spring will have e.x cellent chances for jobs if the, have had courses in mathematics commerce, business administra tiori, accounting, tax administra tion, statistics, and economics. Insurance Group Ends Year; Business Gains EmmetsburjT -- The f a r m e r Mutual Insurance association heli its annual meeting Wednesday Officers elected are A. B. Carter president; Oscar Bargslrum, treas urer, and Venita Brown, secre tary. The amount of insurance writ ten during the past year wa §3,007,54G. This was a gain o $1,005,172 over the previous year The total amount of insui'ance in force is 512,185,421. The losses fo the . year were 513,377.70. Th balance on hand Jan. 1, 1944 w $49,050. War Stamp and Bond Sale Brings Results Cresco -- The commercial do partment of the Cresco publ schools under direction of Mi Frances Ritzinge'r held a speci war stamp and bond sale progra, before the High School associatio Monday. Army, navy and marine son! were sung by the student bod followed by a special radio sk in which the various commerci students represented a cross sec tion of community life in the effort. Pvt. Donald Drilling, home o leave from the army tank corp gave a talk encouraging the stu dents to do all they can in th war effort. The students responde by buying S636 of stamps an bonds, a real contribution to th united effort. CHERISHED' POSSESSION--A little doll was one of the few belongings found after a trailer five in which the o children of Mr. arid Mrs. William Yancla perished at the south edge of Marion. This shows the doll just outside the front part of the trailer where Joyce, 11, Robert Allen, 8, and Marilyn May, 6, were sleeping. Charles City News 'WILL ADDRESS LODGE Charles City -- Harry Palmer, past, grand master of the Masons in Iowa, will address the St. Charles Masonic lodge Friday at 8 p. in. Mr. Palmer of Cedar Rapids, is considered a speaker of rare ability. The meeting will be preceded by a 6:30 dinner at the Temple. Mice to Read of Blizzard in Deep Texas Xora Springs--Northern Iowa s having its wannest January veather in 50 years, but down in Texas the opposite condition prevailed. P. L. Hartwell of Nora Sprin_ vrites concerning a blizzard which encountered on his way back lome. From the little town o Mesa, Ariz., the weather was fine until the party arrived nt Albuquerque. There it started to snow, mak- ng driving on the mountain dan gerous, hence they put up for thi night. It was still snowing when they pulled out in the morning thinking it wouldn't amount t much. The blizzard continued for abou 40 miles and in a short time thi motor was blown full of snov. The wires wove shorted and Uv motor stopped. The car was stalled from o'clock in the morning until o'clock in the afternoon and thi situation was getting serious. Thi party had almost given up hope of getting help when along cam 2 cowboys with a pickup truc with chains. This outfit was. we] corned as an angel from heaven. The cowboys with their truck were able to maneuver the car, to a consolidated school building in which 92 persons were stalled bj Jie storm. They were served coffee and lunch by the school children. Mr. Harhrell's daughter, Helet Bruce, frosted her feet so badl. she couldn't get her shoes on. A number of the persons maroonet had frosted hands and feet. After encountering the Janua weather in Iowa this year, it doubtful if Mr. Hartwell will eve again go south for the winter. One Son Is Prisoner, . Another in Hospital Nashua--Mr. and Mrs. Henr Graeser, whose son, Leonard, is prisoner in a German camp wher he has been for the past yea have receved word that their son Gilbert, who has been in a hosp tal overseas, has been sent to th United States and is now in th Woodrow Wilson hospital Staunton, Va. Gilbert has see action in Africa. 11: LOVELY-ALLURING · LOW-COST PERMANENT WAVE . yours, easily, cool-lv, at home. Do it yourself. The amazing PERMANENT WAVE KIT contains every thing you need, permanent wave solution, curler?, shampoo -tnd wavc-wt. Safe for every type ot hair. PraUcd by Hollywood movie stars. Over 5 million sold. Get. a Charrn-Kurf Kit today. Al w a , OSCO. and all druc stores. Spring Gets Preview; Farmers Enter Fields Garner--Temperatures low 60's Tuesday gave this vicin ity a preview' of spring. Repo are that farmers availed them selves of the opportunity to c some early disking and harrov. ing. Some farmers were burnin weeds on the roadsides and corn stalks in fields which they tend to plow in the spring. TEACHER JOINS STAFF Rake--Mrs. Clifford Bjerke Bricelyn, Minn., has joined th Rake high school faculty an started teaching here Monda She replaces Mrs. Thelmer Noc land. 4-H CLUB LAMB SHOW DATE SET Event at Northwood Will Be Held Feb. 16 Northwood--A 4-H club lamb how will be held in Northwood, r eb. Ifi. This is a 3-county show f all 4-H western feeding lamb projects, carried on in Cerro Gor-, do, Winnebago and Worth coun- ies. About 10 boys have participated n this project this year with about 320 lambs on feed. These lambs were shipped in last fall and dis- ribuled among those boys who were interested. Plans are now underway to Have the lamb grading and sale at the fairgrounds at Northwood. The lambs should be entered by 10 a. m. Wednesday, Feb. 16. As soon as the lambs are received Shey will be graded by C. W. McDonald, sheep specialist of the extension service. The lambs will be placed in pens and will be judged and places given by Mr. McDonald. A market lamb contest is also being planned, each boy selecting be"ore they 1 are graded, what he :hinks is his best market lamb and these will also be judged and placed by Mr. McDonald. Prizes will be awarded the winners through the co-operation of he Northwood Commercial club. In the afternoon at 1:30 the lambs will be auctioned off. Buyers from Albert Lea, Austin, Mason City and the Rath Packing company of Waterloo will be present. Any local group or individual wishing to bid on the individual market lambs are invited to make bids. In the evening a banquet is oemg planned lor the boys who have fed lambs. Parents of the boys are invited. A small charge will be made for the dinner. The boys and outside visitors will be iucsts of the program commHte- as Low as $1.00 a Week, Credit! Dr. G. F. Failor, Opt 19'/2 No. Federal--Mason City Charles City Briefs Mrs. L. E. Weissenbuehler. has been notified that her father, Freer Carroll, died s u d d e n l y Monday at Emmetsburg. Services were to be held Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock in Emmetsburg and burial was tfc be in Manson. Word has been received here by Howard Bonsall, that his 'son, Donald, has been promoted from sergeant to staff sergeant. He is stationed at Camp Phillips, Kans. Lt. (j. g.) J. B. Whitmor'e, son of the former Manila Rhinesmith of Charles City, is now somewhere on the Pacific and is commander of a carrier division. Edith Blanck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Blanck, will l e a v e Thursday · for Chicago,where she is employed. Mrs. Walter Ortman went to Edgesvood Wednesday where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith', were to celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary. White Ash Camp No. 297, R. .N. A. will meet in regular session Friday evening in the I. O. O. O hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting neighbors are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Monroe, and Mr. and Mrs. Burr Tibbetts are the parents of sons and Mr nd Mrs. W. C. Swacken 'of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. W. G. Henke and Elsie Calvert, who have been supervising the night class in Red Cros: surgical dressings, entertained thi group at a surprise lunch of sand wiches and coffee following a meeting Monday night. Robert K. Rhinesmitji is now 1st lieutenant in a destroyer ha Destroyer batallion which is en tallion. "Bob" is the son of Mrs Fred Powel of Charles City. H FALSE TEETH That- Loosen Need Not Embarras Many wearers o( false teeth have su£ Jercd real embarrassment because the plate dropped, slipped or wabbled jusi the wrong time. Do nor live fear of this happening to you. Jus sprinkle a little FASTEETJl. the alia Hne 1 non-a cid i po\vd er. on vour plates Holds false teeth more firmly, so the feel more comfortable. Does not sour Checks *'pJatc odor" fdenttire breath Gel FASTEETH at any time store- WOLFS as graduated from the local high chool 'and played football under ch Clifl Boylan.' Judge Slill Fears Stag? C h i c a g o , (U.R)--When Amos lonzo Stagg arrived to visit his Id home, the University o£ Chio, Judge Hugo Friend was mong the crqwfl to greet the for- coach, during'whose regime Friend had been captain of the track lean). As the train'drew into the station, the middle-aged judge threw awiy a newly lighted cigar. He explained to u startled friend, "The 'Old Man' never saw me smoke, and lie might not like it now." Croaking of frogs is almost as Varied as in the singing of birds. .··I Number One INVESTMENT SAVINGS" BONDS Number Two "INVESTMENT SAVINGS" FINE FURS If you need a fur coat now is the opportune time to make your purchase. Trade in your old coat on your new Fur Coot. Extra Trade-in Allowance During January Clearance. Easy Terms--One Year to Pay. WOLFS READY-TO-WEAR Coats... Untrimmed, fine all wool winter"coats-good, warm fleeces and tweeds. Color and size selection is broken, but you will find "good picking." ' ONf-THlRD LESS Emmetsburg Creamery Plans Annual Meeting Emmetsburg--The annual meeting of the Emmetsburg Co-Operative creamery will be held Monday at the southside gymnasium. The meeting will begin at 1 p. m. with a lunch. Gene Kelly, former creamery manager here, who moved to Mason City recently, will be a guest at the meeting. Robert B! Thqmsen is the present manager. Principal speaker for the afternoon will be A. L. Ronneberg, manager of Iowa State Brand Creameries, Mason City. List North Iowa Woman as 'Navy Mother of '44' Charles City -- Mrs. Dorothy Lockhart is among those from this state who have been nominated for the "Navy Mother or 1944." The final selection will be made by a committee of officers' wives. The winner will spend a week at the U. S. Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, 111., and make her report to all other navy mothers on the "Meet Your Navy" program which will be announced soon after Feb. 77" STUDIES WELFARE LAW Garner--The Hancock county board of social welfare met at the courthouse Tuesday afternoon, to discuss the progress made under the new welfare Jaw which he- came operative Jan. 1. Mr. Art Downing, field representative for the sinle board of Social Welfare and R. H. Whitlatch from the trust section of the real estate department for the slate board met with the county board. UNDERGOES OPERATION" Kakc--Gene Johnson, who ts in the navy attending school at Ot! tumwa. underwent an operation for appendicitis ot the hospital there last week. Gene had been quarantined with mumps and was ! released just n few days before he was stricken with appendicitis. I He is the son o f ' Mr. and Mrs Harold Johnson of Rake. Manly--Ensign Frances Stauner visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stauner for a day, when she was on furlough. Ensign Stauner is head nurse in (he navy dispensary at Orange. Texas, and had spent part of her 2 weeks leave in California.. Suits... A large group of smart tailored winter suits. Just what your wardrobe needs. Gabardines, all wool, crepes and tweeds. Stop in tomorrow and see these clearance values. ONE-THIRD LESS Dresses... It's not too late yet to select a smart, . new dress and save one-half the regular price. Three large groups. Hurry, they won't last .long. ONE-HALF PRICE OVERCOATS 20 less Real savings now on 100% all woo! Overcoats. Now is the time to buy that new coat you've been needing. Now while you can still get an all wool coat at a twenty per cent'savings. Don't delay and spoil your chances of getting' in on this reduction. Single and double breasted--in a choice of colors. Coats... There's a wide choice fo choose from-and right now if you want a war?n, serviceable, -attractive Fur Trimmed Coat--select yours tomorrow at just T A less regular price. ONE-FOURTH LESS I Sportswear.. Beautiful selection of skirts, sweaters, snow pants, ski suits, and snow suits-now priced to clear at just '/4 less the regular price. ONE-FOURTH LESS MIER WOLF SONS Hats... Out they go--complete stock of Fall and Winter Hats, at just one-half price. Buy that extra hat here--for a song. Every wanted style and shape. ONE-HALF PRICE EASY TERMS OPEN AN ACCOUNT MIER WOLFS SONS

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