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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 2, 1944
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8 WedMMUy, Feb. t, UM MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IOWANHELDIN GERMAN PRISON Sgt. Larry Neuhauser, ,· Turret Gunner* .Caught CUrksville--Mrs. Larry Neuhauser received word Monday from, the-war department informing..-her that- her husband, Sgt. Larry Nephauser, .was .a prisoner of the Germans, On Jan.. 4 Sergeant. Neuhauser had been listed as missing in action over Germany, where'he had been on missjons as a turret gunner on a bomber. . . Sergeant Neu,hauser has been in. service.a year. He left the states in October,' 1943. I Hold Rites at Greene for Forrner Resident Greene --Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Leydig Martin, who died. Thursday at her home at Long Beacli, Cat', will be held in the Presbyterian church Friday, with-the Rev. John A. Ludemann officiating. The body was first taken to Shell-Rock, home of her son, Wayne, then brought to Greene. . ' - ': . Mrs.'Martin, a "former resident ot Greene, left here about 30 years dgo. Besides her son she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Joe "Ward, of Long Beach, and 2 sisters. Mrs. Emma Thompson, Long Beach, and Mrs. Andrew Shook,'Greene and a brother, Jake Leydig, ol "Washington state. Burial will be in -Rosehul cejrfetery. Dentist Joins Navy as Lieutenant Commander Kake--Dr; 'and Mrs. M. W Smith spent a couple days lasl week at Newton where they visited at the Elvin Johnson home Dr: Smith went to Des .Moines Wednesday where he enlisted in the navy with the rating of lieutenant commanders Dr. Smith has been a dentist here for the past 15 years. "He is aw ailing notice for a call to active duty in the navy now. Dr.. and-Mrs. Smith also visited their son, Pfc. Max. Smith, and at the home of his brother Dr anc and rMs. R. V. Smith at Iowa City Thursday. . ' Hen Alternates With Giant and Midget Egg Dumont--A White Rock'hen at the home of Mrs. F.' S. Kilsoh laid an egg 7% inches long and BVs inches around. It was double yolked. The next, day she laid an egg the size of a quail egg which C9ntained both jfolfc. and \yhite. -;· :i|.-.-.,' GETS P. O. JOB Aredale--Ernest Madill'' seaman 1st class, received a rating of mail specialist 3rd class. He is stationed at San Bruno, Cal., at an advanced base for training in communications. His work is in the base post- office. He received his boot train- Ing at Farragut, Idaho. Wanted! Men And * Women Who Are Hard Of Hearing To make thii slnyjlo. no risk hearinc Jest U you arc temporarily deafened o o l h i r y eaene l by ringing buzzing head noises oue to hardened or coagulated wax (jymen). try the Ourinc Home Method test that so many tay has enabled them to hear weU again. You must heat better after m»kinj this simple test or you set your money bade at "once. Asg ablut gurme Ear Drop, today at Engto. Pord- Hoptans and drug stores everywhere, Bancroft Man Killed GETS DISCHARGE--Cpl. Arlo Iloviand arrived at his home in Fertile with an honorable discharge from ye army after' serving about 3 years. He spent 20 months on foreign soil, 13 months in Australia and 7 months in New. Guinea. lie was on the front lines for a month at the battle of Buna. During these months; he contracted malaria 10 times. Corporal Borland served as a cook until he reached the battlefront. Meetings Of North Iowa .Organizations PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Dorothy Wyborney and Mrs. Marie Phillips were to be hostesses to' the W. S. C. S. at the Methodist church social parlor Wednesday-afternoon. ST. ^ANSGAR--The Elizabeth Rossiter church school class was to meet' Wednesday afternoon at the home of Dorothy Hume RUDD--The February church night supper and program 'ol the Methodist church was to be held Wednesday. The feature will be the showing of the famous Duesenberg pictures of Alaska. GOODELL--Missionary society will meet Friday at 2 p. m. in the A, G. McMullen home. KANAWHA..-- The Kanawha Woman's club was to meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs H. K. Stewart. KANAWHA -- The postponed meeting ot the Tuesday Bridge club will be held at the home of Mrs. Arlo J. McGowan Wednesday evening. ALTA VISTA--Women of the Lutheran Ladies aid will be guests at the home of Mrs. John Lauck Thursday afternoon. . ' ALTA VISTA--Women of the Evangelical Ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon in the church parlors.. · : , ··' · ; · · · JOICE--The Beaver.Creek Mission Circle will-meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. P. K. Peterson" JOICE--The Charity club meets Friday at the Bethany Lutheran church- parlors. IOWA FALLS -- A 'special Founder's day program will be presented at the Blanche Stoddard Parent-Teacher association meeting Friday .afternoon. A play "Building for True Victory," will be a feature if the program. Mrs. John C. Anderson is directing the production. IOWA FALLS The United Service Women will meet in the assembly room of the city hall Wednesday evening. The group is beginning the all-day sewing meetings each Tuesday. No work neetings have been held while the painting of the basement of the city hall has been in progress. (f AN EXCLUSIVE BUCK blonsc, long and fitted, i Black lice bow-knots arc | appliqucd on skirt which comes in Watercolor, Rico Lime, Skyscdpe, CorJ Hoc Pink. Oi Ming rayon Crcpc. Sizes 9 to IS. THROWN OUT OF OVERTURNED CAR Arnold Hellman Dies 9 Hours After Mishap Bancroft--Arnold .Hellman, 28, died here Tuesday from injuries received'when his ear. struck loose gravel and overturned., near the Ed .Vaske farm east of Bancroft. He was .unconscious when picked up by yaske at 5 p. m. Monday, and died at- 2:15 a. m. the following day. ·. The young man was thrown orn^ his car and suffered head, chest and internal injuries. At no time did he regain consciousness. Hellman had been at Bancroft during the afternoon and was on his way home alone in his 2-door Plymouth sedan when the accident occurred. Hellman was born Jan. 22, 1916, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Hellman o£ Bancroft. His mother died 2 weeks after his birth. He attended St. John's school and helped his father at home until he started farming for himself 5 years ago. He never married. .About S years ago he attended a flying school at. Lincoln, Nebr. He is survived by his father, 3 half-brothers, Elmer, Albert and Dennis, and 2 half-sisters, Marie and Irene, and also his grandfather. Clem Schwers, of New Vienna. . Funeral- services will be held Thursday at 10. a. m. at St. John's Catholic church.' · ', f ^ *t Auto Hits Loose Graved HEAD OF LUMBER BUSINESS DIES A. Reinhart Funeral v to Be Held Thursday Alta Vista--Funeral services for Albert ReinSart, 83, who died at his home east of here Monday night will be held in the Evangelical church here Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. C. H- Vandersall will officiate. Burial will be made in Union cemetery. Mr.' Reinhart is survived by G sons, Edwin and Harvey of Austin, Minn.; Earl of Elma;- Alfred of Lawler; Bert of Lime Springs; Henry of Saude, and 3 daughters, Mrs. Frank Dreckman of Saude; Mrs. Lulu Russell of Rochester, Minn., and Hrs. Clifford Plate of Ridge way. Four brothers and 4 sisters also survive. They are: Louis, Sam, Fred and Mrs. George Hockspeier o£ Alta Vista, John of Hidgeway, Mrs. Lena Smith of Mason City, Mrs. Gus O'Match of Cresco and Mrs. Fred Heimerdinger of Waterloo. Mr. Heinhart was a member of the board of directors of the Alta Vista Farmers Lumber and Coal company. Sergeant Home With Medals, Sees Brother Eagle Grove--Marine Sgt. Dale Grandgeorge and Pvt. Francis Qrandgeorge have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. August Grandgeorge. The sergeant "has been with'the marines for nearly 2 years, and was in the Solomon Jsland area for a year. He wears many citations, one from President Hoosevelt, and 3 for being in major engagements at Guadalcanal, ' Munda, and Bougainville. In these actions he drove a supply truck for the marine air force, Pvt. Francis is located at Scott Field, 111.--Arthur E. Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Keller of this city, has won his navy "Wings -of Gold," and was corn- si oned a 2nd lieutenant in the marine corps reserve, having completed the prescribed training course at the naval air training center at Pensacola, Fla, "(lie Annapolis of the Air." He will go on active duty at one o£ the navy's operational trailing centers before being assigned to a combat zone. Farm Leaders Attend State Group Meetings Garner--V. A. Cook, president of the Hancock county Farm Bureau, of Klemme; Walter Kahl of Britt, legislative chairman; Clark Lackore of Garner, organization chairman and,Anna Jane Olson of Garner, office assistant, represented the Hancock county Farm Bureau at the State Farm Bureau conference and attended the^annual meetings of the Iowa Farm Mutual Insurance company and the Iowa Farm Serum company in Des Moines this week. CHAMBER ELECTS Iowa Falls -- Hariey Wood, funeral director, has been named president of the Iowa Falls Chamber of Commerce succeeding Richard LaForge. Other officers elected at the organization meeting of the board of directors are Donald B. Walker, vice president; P. K. Wright, secretary; and C. H. Armour, treasurer. United States gold stocks declined about $700,000,000 in 1943, going mainly to Latin-American countries with favorable balances of trade with this country. IPHERD'S _«2,JMKWI tITVS WALLPAPER HERE. a»d THE RE Alexander--Verri Wray of Fairbanks, Alaska,' and '=- Mrs. Vern Wray and daughter, Sharon Wray, of Latimer were Sunday^ visitors at the W. C. Westaby home/ Carpenter -- Mrs. T. V.'Adam, who has been taking care of her daughter, Mrs. Noris Culbertson's household during her illness, returned home Tuesdayto Oakland, Minn. . Thornton--Nels Folson, who has been, a oatient at the University hospital 'in Iowa City, returned Monday and is being cared for. at the home of Mrs. Millie Agler. Garner--Rehearsals have begun tor the. annual Lion's minstrel to be given at the high school audi : torium Tuesday evening, Feb. 22. Northwood -- Mrs; Ida Nar'um received word of the promotion of her daughter, Mrs. Marjory Fonda, to the rank of yeoman 2nd class in the WAVES at Washington, D. C. Scarville--Wilhelm Petersen of Mankato, Minn., spent the weekend with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Petersen. Rake--Mrs. Mable Mattison and son, Robert, of Burt are spending a week at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hove, and family. ' Ventura--Mrs. Wesley Kutzner and Jimmie left Monday evening- for Tampa, Fla., where they will join Lt. W. H. Kutzner for an indefinite stay. Stilson--Mrs. Anna B r i c k e y. came from Buffalo Center to attend the post nuptial shower for her granddaughter, Mrs. Lee Price, the former Helen Scott, in the social parlors of the Stilson church. St. Ansgar--Katheryn Rust and her friend, Mary Abrahamson of Sparta, Wis., who attend St. Olaf at .Northfield, Minn., spent .the weekend with Miss Rust's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmari Rust. Chester.-- Ixe Teach, who has been in England the past year, returned to Chester Sunday. Dougherty--Daniel McDonough of'. Salt Lake City, Utah, spent Sunday with.relatives. ' Manly--Miss 'Ethlyn Hendrickson has recovered from her recent illness, and has resumed her duties at the Yelland and Hanes book store at Mason City. Rudd--Lt. and Mrs. Paul Braham arrived Sunday evening from Yuma, Ariz., on a 15 day furlough which they will spend with Lieutenant Braham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O: Braham, and with Mrs. Braham's mother, Mrs. Anna Bortz of Nora Springs. Lelantf -- John L. Buren and Dean Carlson and Luther'Okland returned from Des Moines Satur_day . evening where they passed their final examinations -to enter the military service. John and Dean will.leave Friday and be inducted-in the navy. Luther will have a 21 day furlough after .which he will go into the army* Northwood -- W. I. Sayre, assistant field,director of the' Red Cross, stationed at Camp Dodge, came Saturday evening and spent Sunday with his family. He came especially to see his son, Williard, who was inducted into the navy on Saturday and is home on a 7 day leave. Belmond--Wallace Srewer and Robert Brady, V-12 students at Ames, spent the weekend in .the George Brady home. Sheffield--Capt. Ashton Carhart, who is stationed at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, came Monday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. H L Carhart. Carpenter--Chris Larson.-father of Leonard Larson, suffered a stroke at his home. Manly -- Alfred Knudson left last week for Seattle, . Wash., where he will spend a few weeks. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Lyman Edwards of Mason Cityj who have - taken defense jobs there. Forest City--Mrs. Ralph Zebarth and Mrs. Jerry McGuire left Saturday night for their home in Kansas City after spending several days 1 with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Thompson. Fertile--Mr. and A1rs. J. A. Ouverson left for Miami. Fla,] where, tthey expect to visit their son Allen and wife. Allen is in the service." Northwood--Willard Sayre II went to Iowa Falls Monday -to visit his grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Owens and will go on to Fort Dodge to visit his other grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Sayre, before reporting to the naval station Saturday for assignment to training. Sexton--Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin and father of Greenville were. Sunday visitors at the Harvey Steven home. Dougherty--Mrs. Ella Breej received word here Saturday of the death of Mrs. Mayme Breen Caha- ian, a relative, in Dubuque . Chester--Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fairchild of Allison were in Chester Monday and sold their house and lots to Mr. and Mrs. Nels Christianson. Sheffield--Mrs. Roy Laubaugh and W. C. Reynolds, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Reynolds and son, Russ, Jr., Des Moines, are visiting their .mother, Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, a patient at the Lutheran hospital, Hampton, following a major operation. ' DumonI--Mrs. Harley* Bohler and daughter, Kathleen of Vandalia, O., arrived here Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rube Wearda. Northwood--Miss Esther Gabriel, who is employed at the Park hospital in Mason City, spent the week end with home folks. Hayfield--Sgt. Viola Grell, stationed at .Bradley Field, Conn., visited her sister, Mrs. Clayton Lackore, recently". Popcjoy--For the regular adull class session, Thursday night Fayc Peterson, of Daws, will talk on farm conveniences. Thornton--Lu Warren Throssel, son of Mrs. Lora Throssel, was inducted into the army air corps at Des Moines Thursday and is now stationed at Jefferson Barracks Mo. Carpenter--Mrs. Kenneth Heard and infant son was dismissed from a hospital in Osage Sunday.- Garner--The Hancock county Farm Bureau will hold a victory checkup' meeting at t'he Britt high school auditorium Feb. 14, at 8 p. ml , · ' Swaledale--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Beardsley have been visiting in Marshall; Mr. Beardsley will leave for military service in 2 weeks. Fertile--Mr. and / Mrs. Sylvin Oswald and family of Sauk. Rapids, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sampson of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purcell and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Purcell. ·Scarville--Miss Dorothy Bye visited at.tbe Larry Costigan home in Buffalo Center. ' Hulchins T -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson were guests of honor Sunday at a dinner party at the Guy Geddes home near Hayfield. · Bradford--Howard Hamilton of Tiptori spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hamilton. He is county agent of 3edar county. . Bristou- -- The committee in charge of the bond sale Saturday reported 513,000 worth of bonds sold. The quota was $7,000. Carpenter--Mrs. Oliver Oleson arrived Friday from Bagley, Minn.,- to visit her parents, M.r and Mrs. Sever Lee. Mr. Lee is a patient at Mercy hospital Mason City. Ridgeway--Joy Hovden of the navy arrived Satturday on an 11- day leave with his parents, Mr: and Mrs. Carl Hovden. Before leaving Idaho he signed up for submarine duty and from here will leave for-, London, Conn,, where he will be sent to school for 10 weeks. WARM JANUARY MAKES RECORD ·N 60-Degree Reading on 25th Top for 50 Years Iowa Falls -- January, 1944, was the second warmest January in SO years, in the Iowa Falls vicinity according to the records, iC. H. Gilbert, weather and crop observer, reported.. The average temperature for the month was 26.5 degrees. This is 16 'degrees above normal. The coldest^day of the month was the Bth when the mercury dropped to 12 degrees below zero. The warmest day was the 25th witth a high of 60 degrees'. The 60-degree reading was the highest January temperature ever recorded here. The coldest January, according to the records, was that of 1912 with an average temperature of eight-tenths of a degree below zero. The coldest January day on record was. Jan. 12, 1912, with a reading of 34 degrees below zero. Rainfall 4 ur ing January of this year was 1U6 inches, which is about normal. The ground was frost-free to a depth of 5 inches so the tain soaked into the ground. The worst blizzard that ever struck this part of the state was on Jan. 29, 1909, according to the records. DRIVE BRINGS KtSULTS Thompson -- Over 5 tons of old papers, and magazines, were gathered in the waste paper drive sponsored by the Thompson Study club. The load of paper was taken to Mason City by William Parish. ENTERTAIN PASTOR Manly-- Mi-., and Mrs. E. A. Rachut entertained the Rev. Harold Hendriksen, Mrs. Hendriksen and son, Kenvood,.at a G o'clock dinner Tuesday. Mr. Hendriksen and family recently moved here from. Wayne, Nebr., and took over the .pastorate at the Lutheran church. RETURNS TO CAMP -- Cpl. Harvey Jeffrie, SOD of JVIr. and Mrs. P. A. Jeffrie of Nora Springs, returned to Camp Adair at Portland, Ore., following a furlough. He was graduated from Hampton tiigh school and attended Upper Iowa university at Fayette. Creamerymen Sell Plant to Manager Allison--The annual meeting of the stockholders o£ the Farmer's Creamery in Allison was held in the courtroom at Allison. Ed Aukes and Emil Bochman ot Allison were re-elected directors. A vote was taken on authorizing the board to sell the creamery business to Robert White, local creamery manager. There were 166 votes present and all voted in favor of selling.- White will take possession March 1. In some major manufacturing industries less than $1 per worker was spent on safety equipment in 1943. DIES ON VISIT IN CALIFORNIA Mrs. M. Carle Funeral, Little Brown Church Nashua --Mrs. May Carle dit Monday at the home of her so, Leon, at Pittsburg, Cal., .whe; she had gone to spend the whit Death was due to diabetes She was the .daughter of Jt and Eltza Umphres, born in Ta county, April 15, 1871, and wl 12 years old moved with her p; ents to Floyd county.' Novern 24, 1891, she was married Homer Carle, who died Feb. In 1905, they came to Nashti She is survived by the follow children: Mrs. Walter Fisher, a Floyd Knapp, Mrs. Orville V. ston, Nashua; Mrs. Jack Jo' son, Cedar Fails; Charles Or and Leon, Pittsburg, Cal.,- anc granddaughter, Barbara Cal who had made her home with ' since her birth. The funeral will be held at Little Brown church Friday E$| P. m., and interment will beji Greenwood cemetery. ' 8' Iowa Soldier Woundc in Italy Reaches U.S. I -St. Anssrar-- Sgt. Roy Belz, of Hr. and Mrs. Fred Belz, ^ was wounded in action in It Sept. 28, is now in a hospital Nashville, Tenn. His broken lei still in a cast, but he expects! be home soon on a 30 day lough. · Gas on Stomaci RdHTr4 in 5 nJaule* w cUt04» ywir Moey t»rj When txc«5 stomach acid eat:set painful,' fuffoc Inc tM. *aur itoouclf anil heartburn, doctors Uiul prescribe tba lasttst-actine meiiicia« known srrotrtomatLc relief--medicines llt« those la Be£I- Tiblrts. No luctlie. Bell-sns brin« comfort i Jltfr os jtuiro boUla ID ui for dcuWemoaej kick. . WHEEL BALANCING and LUBRICATION SERVICE AT ROSE STANto SERVICE 321 BEAUMONT DRIVE and get what,you want most...sooner! ®Y...OUR BOV...THAT NICE BOY ACROSS THE STREET. YES, MOST OP ALL, VOU WANT HIM TO COME HOME. ANDtfERY DAY" THAT WE HELP SHORTEN THE WAR,THE BETTER HIS CHANCES. EVERY PAY? EVERY MINUTE... EVEN EVERY SECOND! SURELY, YOU'LL DO VOURPART. RIGHT NOW, THAT MEANS PUT- EVERY POSSIBLE DOLLAR INTO THE 4TH WAR LOAN DRIVE! UO OWN YOUR OVW HOME -- WHAT .A TYPJCAU.Y AMERICAN AMBITION!/WON'T YOU WANT A 'NEST EGG" FOR THIS~OR OTHER POST-WAR PLANS? THEN BUV MORE WAR BONOS-HELP MAKE PREAMS COME TRUE! \ UHESE BOYS. ..THESE MEN... THEY ARE. GIVING SO MUCH 1 . WHAT WILL THEY THINK OF YOUR SACRIFICE? CAN YOU DO ANY LESS THAN INVEST EV6RYTHIN YOU CAN IN WAR BONOS? Z-ef's all back the attack! STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) Oil is Ammunition . . . Use it Wisely Remember-- the 4th War Loan Drive Ends February 16th I LI

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