The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 3, 1944 · Page 9
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February 3, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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ieCLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 207 West Main St. DEADLINES: II a. TO. l«t N««« and A«« « f. tn. f«r B»«lo New* Clear Lake Briefs Pvt. Edwin Est*r»»rd arrived Wednesday from Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Ind., to spend a week with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Estergard. He en, tercd the army air corps last June j and this is his first furlough. His jster,. Miss Kathleen Estergard, 3e» Moines, will Arrive Saturday rvthe weekend. . . For Rent: Furn. Apt. Phone C2«. Mrs. S. B. WUcox, Minneapolis, inn., is spending a month with her sister, Mrs. f. C. DeBruyn. " Contributions amounting .to ft _'ere. : added to the fund for the fational, Foundation for Infantile 'aralysis Wednesday. Donors were Jmes. · Eugene Grimm, S. D. rake and Walter Teseue and the Rev. Verne A.- Spindell. The total ;o far is $19.60 received from 24 persons. Lost: Bulova Wrktwatch Wed. n Clear Lake. Phone 239. Pythian' Sisters will meet Feb. 0 at I. .O. O. F. hall with Mr. od Mrs. George Perkins and Mrs. . 1H. .Woodstock serving. The new l atertaioment : committee, Mmes. ;|. P. Hughes, H. H. Crane and L. I'I Bless and Miss Linda Herre- 'lan, will be in charge of the so- 1 »al hour. (Mr. and Mr». t. C. Sti-art have * etiirned from a winter vacation rip to Clemsen, S. Car., where hey visited their daughter, Mrs. Ueorge H. Dunkelberg, 2 weeks, Ind to Wichita, Kans., where they h'site'd 'their son, Robert, an avia- rjon student. ^ : Have a few nice calendars will p glad to have you put to use. L. . Stuart, Realtor, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson Jlan to move about Feb. 21 from no S. East street to 212 S. 3rd Ireet to what is known as the |eda Callanan house owned now Oscar Long. Mrs. Richard Kabrick, who sold her home at 323 Clark street to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heitland, has purchased the house at 300 S. East street from Mrs Tina Taylor. For Rent: Furnished Apartment. |j;515 N. 3rd. Phone 153-W. Brownie girls met at. junior [high school Wednesday afternoon [with Mis.s Annie Baker in charge [and worked on materials for the mothers' tea to be.given Feb. 26. (They played a game and sang Isongs. The troop will meet reg- bularly Wednesdays from now on. Mrs. Lester Moretz was dismissed from Park hospital. Mason , City, Wednesday and returned iShome much improved. j Twenty workers made 2,000 Ksurgical dressings at the Hed Cross (workroom Wednesday afternoon. FsThe quota is being taken care of Lin fine shape, Mrs. H. N. Halvor- 'son, production chairman, states, : and will be finished promptly if 1 attendance keeps up. A fl r - » nd Mrs. Charles worth re- Wumed. Thursday morning from [Chicago, where-they -went' Mim- I flay to meet their son, Pvt. Harold jCharlesworth, who is being trans- iiierred from Chanute Field, 111 to ,?alm Beach, Fla. j Mr. and airs. Nels Jacobsen left rhursday for Long Beach, Cal.. to bpend the rest of the winter. The Jrip is a gift from their grandchil- flren. They plan to stay with rela- '.ives in Council Bluffs until Sat- iirday. · Jake Kraninger returned to his iiome at Cambridge, Nebr., Thursay after spending a few days 'ith his daughter, Miss Margaret firaninger. Mrs. Berniece Lane returned , r ednesday from a vacation trip r New Orleans, La.;' where she lisitod her son, Ranceford-Lane ttty ifficer I/c, a metalsmith, and jfirs. Lane, and V to'- McAlester § ,,fVkla., she visited her sister,-Mrs. ;. D. D. Compton, and' family. She l i w a s gone 3 weeks. :.i Dean Snyder, IS, .-an 8th (trade l[! student, went to Mason City Wed~ j^nesday to have a cast put on. his leg injured last'fair in a football (·game. His right leg'.was bandaged [Honor Roll Students \ Guests of lions Club Clear Lake--The 8 high'school honor roll students for .the firsl F. M. Meinecke, 86, Dies of Stroke at Clear Lake Home Native of Denmark Has 9 Grandsons in U. S. Army, Navy Clear Lake -- F. M. Meinecke, 86, died late Wednesday evening it his home, 305 E. Main street following a stroke suffered 10 days ago. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending word from a son in Nebraska. The body is at Ward's funeral home. Burial will be in Ellington'cemetery. Mi-. Meinecke was born March 19, 18S8, in Schleswig, Denmark and was confirmed in the Lutheran faith there before coming to America with his parents in 1871. March 10, 181, he was married at Clinton to Miss Abeline Lollick and they came that same spring to Forest City where they lived on a farm 40 years before moving to Clear Lake where they, lived most of the rest of the time. Mr. Mein- ecke'was an Odd Fellow. Besides his wife, Mi-. Meinecke* ._ survived by 7 childen: F. L. Meinecke, Ventura; Mrs. Chris Axelson, 213 S. 2«h street; George Meinecke, Ventura; Walter Meinecke and Mrs. Andrew Brown, Thompson; Mrs. Fred W. at I, semester were entertained at I,, lunch by the Lion's club at Legion I 1 ; hall Wednesday noon.-They "were lyTom.Joslyn and Beth Sice, freshmen; David Graven and TBetty Burns,,sophomores; Don Th,omp- ], son and Roberta Furleigh, juniors I and Marlys Bute and Naida Lee Ij seniois. F?c. Bob Bless was the guest of .Kwis Ross. Lt. Phil Litzel was the guest of Fred Martin. Susan oyle was the guest ol her father E. R. Boyle. ; . The program arranged by Wil- I liam McGowan consisted of a tour J through the Hawkeye Wire Pro- 1 ducts company, makers of steel K. .wire harness products. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Sing and Sew club, Mrs Tom Barlow. W R. C., I. 0. O. Jf. hall. ; Surgical dressings, Red Cross workroom, 1:30 o'clock. St. Anne's circle, Catholic aid · St. Patrick's church parlors, : oclock. D. A. R., Sirs. L. E. Ashland 405 N. 4th street, 6:30 o'clock. ; Basketball, Clear Lake vs. Clarion, high school gym, 7:15 o'clock O. N. O. club, Miss Wanda Carr 204 Division street. Saturday--Waste fat collection, jirl Scout troops. CARD OP THANKS We wish to thank our friends »nd neighbors for their kindness and help at the time of the illness and death of our baby daughter Veneta Mac. Also for the many t x , pressions of sympathy received All were much appreciated.--Mr I and Mrs. Albert E. Durcggcr and iatruly. Says Church Must Be illiag to Finance iffective Peace Group DCS Monies, (fP)~Church people nust be willing to finance u peace organization which effectively can make itself heard in the white iusc and congress, Dr. Walter W. Van Kirk told the Drake university conference of Disciples of Ihrist Wednesday night. Dr. Van Kirk, a Methodist, is secretary of the department of international justice and good will of the federal council of churches. The speaker said he'could not ndorse the proposal that an outstanding Christian be deputized to F. M. MEINECKE F- P. Walker Called »_ 10 , . Petersen, Clear Lake, and Louis A. Meinecke, Lincoln, Nebr., 22 grandchildren and-5 great-grand- ...ear wine-- f. p Walker was On t£ occasion of their go!den wedding Mr and 'Mrs. Meinecke planned to go to the children were at home for the celebration of the 60th anniversary. "_ 4 Intramural Battles Staged at Gymnasium Clear Lake -- The Hawks defeated the Tigers 13 to U in the first Big Six basketball battle at the high school gym Wednesday evening. Irons counted 3 points for the Tigers and Huey the same for the Hawks. In the 2nd battle the Bobcats triumphed over the Bombers 10 to 8. Edgar and Nickerson made 2 baskets each for the Bombers and Swanson 10 points for the Bobcats. , In the Little Six the Cubs ran away with the Foxes 27 to 2 with Duesenberg counting 8 for the the winners and Watkins making the-lone) 2. The Bulldogs downed the Panthers with Kenny Miller marking up 12 points for the former and Kimbairand Rice 2 each Cor the latter. " Games are played each Wednesday evening with Hairy Haven, assistant coach, in charge. The public may attend without charge. Board 17-2 Issues 261 Tire, Tube Permits Clear Lake--War price and rationing board 17-2 issued premits during January for the following commodities: 40 grade 1 tires, 93 grade 3 tires, 48 passenger car tubes, 20 track tires, 20 track tubes, 20 implement or tracto tires. 20 implement or trac tubes and 1 automobile. Two coal and wood healers ana 2 oil heaters, 4 coal and wood eookstov'es and 4 gas cookstoves were allowed during the montri One pair of heavy type below Ihe knee rubber boots and 4 pair ot light weight type were issued. Lake Postoffice Has $139 January Increase Clear Lake--With a gain in January receipts of $139.02 over those ot the same month in 1943 the Clear Lake postoffice is off to a good start in 1944, reports show. This begins the loth consecutive year the postoffice has shown a gain an receipts. :lor ind American twist tobacco is doinu double duty ii, the Southu-csi Pacific--hand to mouth lor chew- in, hand to hand as money. o£ Club Women Meet . for Study Sessions Clear Lake-rMrs. James P. An- v derson read "The Loneliest Man in Town" from the American magazine for the program of the Colonial club at the home of Mrs. John Hyde Wednesday. She also read a letter from her son, Pvt. Dean Anderson, who is with a medical unit overseas. Mrs. Allan Hanson was a guest. Mrs. Ferd Matson is hostess March 8. Mmes. Charles Findson and M. N. Nelson presented a patriotic program for the Home Improvement club at the home of Mrs. Robert Furleigh. Mmes. Robert Graham and S. J. Hickey were guests.' Mrs. Ray Baker is hostess March 1. Do Your Bit club met at the Lynn Hyde home in the evening for a social session! Five tables of cards were played. Mrs. Bert Pres- cdtt is hostess at an all day meeting Feb. 9. The high school girls' sextet, accompanied by Miss Jean McFadden, .sang a group of numbers lor the American Legion auxiliary at Legion hall. The rest of the time was spent informally. Mmes. L. E. Ashland, L. W; Rickard, E. A. Colbum and C. M. Pederson, the national defense committee, served. Sewing circle is Feb. 25. The next evening meeting is March 1 with the community service committee in charge. by Death of Mother Clear Lake--F. P. Walker was wm Friday bc tld other . Mille be Mrs. Walker is survived by an- her son, Waldo S. Walker, Fay- itte. and by a daughter, Mrs. Car *"ler, Kalispel, Mont., who will remembered as Ruth Walker former Clear Lake teacher. Mi- Walker died 24 years ago. Mrs. Walker had spent severa 'inters with hed son here am will be remembered by a numbei "' friends. Study Contributions of Negroes to Nation Clear Lake--"Contributions to American National Lite by Negroes'' was the topic for study by Congregational aid groups meeting at various homes Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. W. Choate entertained group 1 with Miss MolliE MacGowan giving the lesson. Mrs B. C. Myhr reviewed the lesson on Japanese-Americans omittec in January. Miss Ida Clack entertained group 2 and Mrs. A: B. Phillip gave the lesson. Mrs. Arthur Fryo is'hostess March 1.'Mrs. Harolc Thompson entertained group ' with Mrs. A. N. Michaels assisting and Mrs. George Michaels as guest. Mrs. N. B. Rice gave the lesson and plans were made for the fellowship dinner at the church next week. Mmes. Verne A. Spindell and Ralph Replogle were guests o group 4 at the home of Mrs. C. A Knutson with Miss Katherine Choate assisting. Mrs. Earl Mack gave the lesson. Miss Choate i March hostess. Mrs. S. B. Wilcox, Minneapolis and Mrs. William Watson anc daughter. Sharon, were guests o! group 5 at the home p£ Mrs. F. C DeBruyn. Mrs. John Perkinsgave the lesson. The monthly fellowship suppei will be served in the church nex Wednesday evening with group ' in charge. The aid meets at o'clock. Double C class of the Methodis church met in the evening at thi home of Mrs. Paul Miller. Othe committee members were Mrs Arthur Hammond, Mr. and Mrs R. C. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs Ralph Ott. A "Truth and Conse quences" program was given and plans were made and committee appointed for the annual Father- Son banquet to be held Feb. 24 The next meeting is March 1 will Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Punke a chairmen: Lake Leaders Learn of Wartime Materials Clear Lake -- ''Shopping in ; Wartime Clothing Market" \va the lesson presented by Miss Lu cille Buchanan lor Lake township home project leaders at the horn of Mrs. Elmer Rosberg Tuesday Miss Buchanan stressed study o labels when shopping, showe samples of 3 kinds of rayon an- explained the processes ot rayon manufacture as well as telling o other materials. An open meetin of "Reconditioning of Sewing Ma chines'' will be held at the horn ot Mrs. Robert Furleigh in March Dates for this and the lollowup meeting arc to be announced. E. T. Cobb, Pioneer, at Clear Lake--Funeral service for Ernest T. Cobb, 84,'who died Tuesday morning after a long period of declining health, were held at Williams funeral home Thurs day afternoon. The Rev. Thoma: B. Collins, Methodist pastor, con ducted the rites and burial wa: in Clear Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were Keith Me Gowan, Peter Knutson, W. H Copeland, A. E. Cain, Osca Thompson and Elmer Moflelt Flowers were arranged by Mmes Moftctt and Thompson. Mrs. L. E. Jacobsou. .tccomp.i nicd by Mrs. Harry Mason, san; "The City Foursquare" and "Th Old Rugged Cross." set at the peace conference to bring the influence of Christian thought to bear upon the winning of the pejcc. · "It is silly," he said, "to expect that ;i representative of the churches at a postwar peace conference will be able to exercise a magical restraint on diplomats who might otherwise repeat the blunders of statesmanship of former days. ''An infinitely more rewarding procedure is stimulating an intelligent interest in the minds of millions of Christians with respect to the day-to-day decisions upon which even now the nature of the peace is being determined." The 4-day conference will end Thursday. Aircraft Production for January Ahead of Schedule, Report Shows Washington, (/PI--January air- cralt production -van ahead of schedule with a tremendous acceleration in urgently needed combat planes, although the total number of planes manufactured showed a slight drop from the December total, the aircraft production board reported Thursday. The January tola) was 8,78? as compared with 8,802 in December. An increase in 4-cngine bombers and long range fighters substantially balanced planned de- creases in trainers aad older tactical models, said Cnarels E. Wilson, chairman. The total airframe weight showed an increase of 25.4 per cent, from 85,700,000 to 90,300,000 pounds. Tactical aircraft now represents 82 per cent of total production, with 89 per cent of this in combat types, the report.said. Acceptances in both categories exceeded January schedules and December deliveries. 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