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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 2, 1944
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ednesday, Feb. 2, 1914. 5 ASON niT* GLOBE-GAZETTE OUNTY T6 UNIT OLDS MEETING Mrs. Ray Baker, Britt, Was Named President Kanawha -- T h e following dies from Kanawha attended te annual meeting of the Hanick County Tuberculosis asso- [ation at Garner. Mrs. H. H. ewart, county president of the sociation, Mrs. Lloyd Raber, unty secretary, Mrs. A. B. Herdin, county Christmas seals sales airman, Mrs. H. H. Brummund, iislant seals chairman, and Mrs. WRY, HOW GIESTS [MEMBER THE WAY iUTHIOOM LOOM! rr * "*»rW A fn £ Mr «»// ive your lUTHROOM « sfrklimg torccllt*- lic finish far ai little as . . . CENT PER SQUARE FOOT INAMEL Is so easy to apply lhaJ you paint it yourself, 'even if you 'are a (jinner, and get professional results, nember too that Nu-Enamel is mode H waterproof ail* to that it will *ith- id iteam conditions and frequent wash- I and still retain iti beautiful I u it re. it your Nu-Efnamef deafer today. SM attractive pastel colon which were de-^ ned particularly for modern bathroom or I Jon*. Damon's Henry Johnson, seals sales chairman for Amsterdam township. - Election o£ officers was held with the following results: Presi- rent, Mrs. Ray Baker, Britt; vice- president, Mrs. John Chambers, Goodell; secretary, Mrs. Forrest Eckels, Britt; treasurer, E. B. Sheldahl, Kanawha; Christmas seal sales chairman, Mrs. Lloyd Raber, Kanawha; representative director is the out going president, Mrs. H. H. Stewart, Kanawha; educational director, Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Garner, and Dr. C. B. Hamilton of Garner is a member of the executive board. The organization voted to buy a 5500 war bond, also to place 2 books, "Huber the Tuber" and "The People Against Tuberculosis" iri every public library and every school library in the county. The sale of Christmas seals it: the Kanawha community this last year amounted to $138.56, while the previous year the sales were $87.80. Mrs. William Erdman, the chairman for Magor township, received an average of $1.04 from every contributor, except 4, lo whom she had sent letters. This was the highest percentage in the county. Mrs. A. B. Herdman of Kanawha, the retiring Christmas seals sales chariman, has served in this capacity for the past a years. J. GASHEL DIES AT MASON CITY Long Time Resident of Nora'Springs Was 74 Nora Springs--John Gashel, .74, a long time resident of Nora Springs, died at a hospital in Mason City Tuesday morning. Funeral services will be hcid at the Methodist church at Nora Springs Thursday at 2:30 p. m. The body will lie in state at the Sheckler funeral home here. Mr. Gashel was born on a farm near Beaver Dam, Wis., June 8, 1869. He came to Iowa with his parents at the age of 8 years and resided on a farm all his life until 12 years ago when the family moved to Nora Springs. Surviving are the wife, and 2 sons, Lloyd, living on a farm near Nora Springs, and Vernon at Camp Barkeley, Texas, also by 4 brothers and 5 sisters, as follows: Adolph of Waterloo, Ezydor of Clear Lake, Jacob oC Nora Springs, Joseph of Mason City. ·Mrs. Mary Carman and Mrs. Ida Govrp of Rockford, Mrs. Emma Rodrian of. Cross Lake, Minn., Anna Ueker of Nora Springs and Mrs. Julia Ihde of Mason City. He was preceded in death by his parents and 2 brothers. Of/every 1,000 cadets in the U. S. army air forces, 957 complete their primary, basic and advanced training without injury due to aircraft accidents. Bedroom Suite SPECIAL 150 COMPLETE BEDROOM SUITE Beautiful Walnut Waterfall Bedroom Suite Includes · Vanity, Chest, Bed, Bench ... R ^r $139.50 · 50-lb. FA Mattress 29.50 · 4-6 Cable Spring 12.50 Total Value $181,50 YOU SAVE 32°° Odd Vanity 8 Bench $59.95 UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAY TYLER- RYAN'S FURNITURE COMPANY 29 2nd ST. S. E. Charles City Globe-Gazette GENERAL'S WIFE SPEAKS AT H, S, Mrs. Mark Clark Will Give Lyceum Address Charles City--Mrs. Mark W. Clark, wife o£ America's lamed commanding general' o£ the allied army in Italy, is to appear on the Charles City high school lyceum course on Friday, Feb. 11, at 8 p. m., in the high school auditorium. Harry M. Clark, principal of the junior-senior high school was able to book Mrs. Clark through the Redpath Bureau of Chicago, for on enroute date between 2 speaking engagements in metropolitan centers and this will be one of the few smaller cities in the U. S. where she has appeared. The title of Mrs. Clark's illustrated lecture is, "When the Boys Come Home" and she has packed the auditoriums in the cities where she has appeared. Mrs. Clark will show many pictures sent her by her husband and as a part of her talk, will tell about the secret mission that Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark performed in Africa in laying the ground work for the invasion of Africa that led to the capture of Tunisia, Sicily -and invasion of Italy, according to Principal Clark. Boy Scout Movement Discussed at Meeting Charles City--Speaking on the subject, "Boy Scouts of America in a World at War," Dr. R. H. Koenig, member of the executive board of "the Winnebago council of Scouts, asserted that "every boy is inherently good," as he discussed the Boy Scout movement at the Rotary luncheon here Monday noon. Dr. Koenig's sons, Harold and Gerald, both of whom are Eagle Scouts, were guests of the club. Next week is official Scout week and plans are being made for this event. WILL OPEN SALOX Charles City -- Dora Knight Tuesday announced that she will open "Dora's Beauty Salon" the Press building, in the former Dr. A. H. Kober offices, Thursday of this week. Mrs. Knight operated a beauty parlor here several years ago in the Gitsch barber shop and for the past 3 years has operated a parlor in San Francisco. New equipment has been, installed during the past week. The wage loss, medical expense and overhead cost of insurance associated with :942 national occupational accidents amounted to 51,000,000,000. Company Seeks Rooms to House War Workers Charles City--Scarcity of rooms and apartments in Charles City, for war workers, has caused the Oliver Farm Equipment company, and the Charles City Chamber of Commerce, to advertise and ask that rooms or apartments that can be made available, be listed with them, in order to make it easier for workers to find rooms or apartments. GETS PURPLE HEART Charles City--Mrs. Reca Cole, 30B Brantingham street, is in receipt of the Purple Heart medal awarded, following the death of her grandson, Ray M. Wilson, who was killed in the. Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, on Dec. 7, 1941. He was in the radio section of the United States navy reserve. Charles City Briefs Due to delay in receiving gauze for the new quota, the Hed Cross surgical dressing rooms will be closed until further notice. District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Monday afternoon issued a marriage license to Ivan LeRoy Kateher, 18, and Mildred Marie Hall, 18, both oJ Charles City. Corporal and Mrs. Russell Elliott arrived here Monday afternoon for n short visit with his mother, Mrs. Maucie Elliott, 106 7th avenue. Corporal Elliott has been stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex. Cadet William H. Funte, Musk- inggum college, Ne\v Concord, Ohio, came Tuesday morning lo spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Funte and John Funte, of Charles City. Mrs. Peter Johnston o! Minneapolis arrived last week to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith. Mrs. Grace Harrian of Winona, Wis., and Mrs. Ellen Forrest, of Santa Maria, Cal., have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dodge. The Lutheran Ladies Aid meeting will be held Thursday. The serving committee will be Mrs. Henry Horn, Mrs. John Weiss, Mrs. C. A. Birkholz, Mrs. A. A. Koebrick. Mrs. Joe Kichercr and Mrs. John Niekles, Troop 5 of the Girl Scouts will hold their Valentine party Thursday, from 4 to 6:30 p. m., at Janet Eriksen's home. The girls arc asked lo bring Valentines for exchange and pictures for the scrap books. The Pythian Sisters will meet in regular session at 8 p. in. Thursday in the K. P. hall. Each member is reminded of the tea towel shower and is asked to bring a tea towel for the lodge kitchen. A special meeting of Ladies Auxiliary, local 115, has been called for Thursday at 2 p. m. February Clearance DISCOUNT ON Living Room Suites Studio Couches = Chairs = UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAY TYLER- RYAN'S 29 2nd St. S. E. Phone 3910 for Evening Appointments JURORS DRAWN IN CHICKASAW Will Report for Duty at New Hampton Feb. 28 N e w Hampton -- F i f t y p e t i t iirors for the February term of court in Chickasaw county were drawn Monday, They will report for duty at 10 o'clock Feb. 28. They are: Milton Holing, Lawler; Joe } e n n e r. New Hampton; Noel 3 a v i s, Fredericksburg; I r e n e Suehler, New Hampton; Sylvia \'atvig, Lawler; Anthony Bolir, tew Hampton; Edward Klimish, Waucoma; Mrs. C. Robertson, few Hampton; Joseph Galligan, -awler; Anna Kingtield, New lampion; Harold Meyers, Ionia; H. B. Waite, Nashua; William J. ainnwoll, Ionia; George Kovar, Vaucoma; Herbert Testroet, loniu; Yvonne Weaklin, New Hampton; jucillft Dodge, Iqnia; Thomas Far- ·ell, Alia Vista; Martha Steens- anct, Lawler; Olive Gruel, New Hampton; Cecelia Lukes, Wau- ;oma; Esther Boling, Lawler; Ethel Baltzer, New Hampton, and Arnold Weidler, Fredericksburg. Mrs. Delbert Weslcmeier, New iampton; C. J. Morgan, Freder- cksburg; Gertrude School, New rtamplon; Lela Martin, Nashua; Carl Kemp, New Hampton; Louis "lalzky, Nashua; John N. Anderon, New Hampton; Vina Br'avc- ner, Fredericksburg; Frank Luen- jerger. New Hampton; J o h n iiancliard, Ionia; Louis Veverka, ^lew Hampton; V. M. Upham, Fredericksburg. Irene Shekletoii, New Hampton; Nellie Novotny, Waucoma; Wiliam Kammeyer, New Hampton; Alfred Miller, loiiia; Halvor Flat- ord, New Hampton; Ruth Morgan, ^redericksburg; Patrick LaValle, New Hampton; Lloyd Hockspeicr, Alta Vista; Alice Burke, Myron Zipse, Milton Robinson, Carol 3enner and Minnie Gilbert, New Hampton. The grand jury for 1044 was drawn Monday and will report for duty Feb. 21. The jurors are John Amble, Lawler; Martin Heit, New Hampton; V. E. Stone, Law- .er; N i c k Schwickerath, N e w Hampton; Bert Trotitner, Nashua; Byron C. Hewitt, New Hampton; Bert Springer, Ionia; Theodore Steege, Fredericksburg; F r a n k Wagner, Ionia; Leo Gebcl, New Hampton; Albert Licnau, Fredericksburg, ;md August Kahn, New Hampton. MotheToTTZChiidren Victim of Pneumonia Decorah--Mrs. Julia Usgnard, 65, died at the Dccorah hospital Tuesday ut '.', a. m. after an illncsb of about a week with pneumonia Her 12 children were at the bedside, 2 having been called from their army posts. Born March 6, 1878, in" Norway, she came to America with her parents as a child of 11 years They first settled in Allamakee county, where she spent her girlhood. On May 11, 1897, she was married to Peter Usyaard, who then operated a farm in Hesper township. Later they went to Thie River Fails. Minn., and returnee to Winneshiek county and Decorah in 1912 and have made Decorah their home since. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Olc Anderson Mrs. Hans Opsahl and Peter am Selmer, Decorah; Mrs. Leo Haslip, Mrs. Arthur Lange. Mrs James Miars and Ruby Usgaard Minneapolis; Mrs. Idella Birdsell Sigourney; Mrs. Leonard Larson Winona, and Raymond and Julian in the United States armed forces Raymond is a corporal in the personnel department at C a m p Standing, Fla., and Julian has been at Camp David Monthan Tuscon, Ariz., with the army air corps and expects to go overseas soon. Her husband died in 1941. ·Funeral services will be hclc Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the residence and at 2 p. m. at the Decorah Lutheran church will the licv. Oliver Fjcldst;«d officiating. Hold Rites for Ames Engineering Teacher Ames -- Funeral services f o Pipf. Roy A. Norman, a membe of the leaching stalf in the me chanical engineering departmen at Iowa State college for mor than 30 years, were held heri Tuesday afternoon. He died her Saturday after an illness of months and was G6 years o£ age Professor Norman, a native o Logan, was graduated from low. Stale in a course of mcchanica engineering in 1903. After shor periods of service with the Mil waukce railroad and the Amcri can Locomotive company he cam to the college as an assistant pro fcssor of mechanical engiiiecrin in 1307. In recent years Professor Nor man had been in charge of in slruclion in heating, vcntilntin and air conditioning. TOM ASBE DIES Kanawha--Tom Asbc, 71, die Sunday evening at Mercy hospita at Mason City where he has bee a patient for several weeks fol lowing a major operation. He is brolher of Mrs. Lars Olson an Mrs. Oscar Lien, and the fathe of Mrs. Elmer Kalvig, all o Kanawha. RECEIVES DEGREE Siacyville--Dr. and Mrs. Bur ton Hartnell went to Winonn Minn., Friday to attend the grad uation of their daughter, Mi.« Marjy Hartnell. who received he bachelor of science degree from St. TCTCWI college. Having m.ijorc in dietetics, she will be an in Icrne .at Si. Mary's hospital n Delrqit. Midi., leaving Friday for her new work. 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