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MASO ( Thursday, Feb. 3, 1944 N CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Private Buck Wasn't Foolm' . Camp . Bobinson,' Ark., (U.PJ-- 'VVhen "prisoners of war" were lined up before examining officers in,an jntra-regimental field exercise of the 66th division, one wary "prisoner" was asked to identify hira'self, ' , , "Buck, Private, 313421151, sir," he replied.' ' ' Â· "Soldier," growled the officer, "there's nothingr to .prevent you from giving your correct name, ranhr and serial -number." , . But apologies were due from the officer, for the i "prisoner" was Buck Private after all--Pfc. Arthur L, Buck of Company E. Charles City Globe-Gazette MRS.UUZICKA, OF CALMAR. DIES Rites Held Thursday at Riceville Church Charles City--Funeral services were held Thursday morning at the Hoseville Catholic church with the Rev. B, W. Frommelt as celebrant, and interment was in the Roseville cemetery, for Barbara Riizicka, 82, wife ot John Ruzicka, oÂ£ Calmar, who died Tuesday noon at St. Joseph's hospital, in New Hampton, where she was taken a week earlier for pneumonia treatment. Her husband is also a pneumonia patient there and is making satisfactory recovery. For many years the Ruzickas lived on a farm near Oakwood and since retiring they moved to Charles City, living at 202 Leland avenue. For the past year or more they have made their home at Calmar where a daughter resides. Mrs. Ruzicka was born In Czechoslovakia in 1861 and came to America when she was 18 years old. On June 15, 1886, she married John Huzicka in Charles City, who survives. There are 5 children: John J. Ruzicka, Marble Rock; Sister M. Procopia, Edgar, Wis.: Sister M. Malinda, West Point; Joseph R. Ruzicka, Marble Rock- Mrs. Albert Shihdelar, Calmar, WINTER CO ATS Wonderful values in boucles, fleeces, tweeds, plushes and fur fabrics--some are 100 %Â· wool materials. Fitted and boxy styles. Were $1(3.95 and Â§19.95. Broken sizes from 12 to 48. Other Coats up to $16.90 Rayon Dresses, $2.98 All remaining stock of regular $4.98 and 55.98 dresses reduced for clearance fo $2.98. What bargains!'There are printed jerseys, plain crepes, printed crepes, spun rayons. A lew maternities included. Mostly small sizes. Invest Your Savings in War Bonds \ MERKEL'S BASEMENT INNERSPRING MATTRESS PRE-WAR BUILT BOX SPRING BOTH $ FOR t A Sensational Offer... Â· PRE-WAR BUILT INNERSPRING MATTRESS Â· A BOX SPRING WITH COIL . SPRINGS Â· YOU WILL SAVE $18.00 Â· LIMITED QUANTITIES Â· PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK Â· FREE DELIVERY and 13 grandchildren. One son, William L. Ruzicka, died in 1927. Liquor Store Breaks Record in Bond Sales Charles City--John Cross, manager of the Charles City state liquor store, Wednesday reported a record-breaking sale of war bonds from his store during the month of January. The total bonds ,and stamps disposed of amounted to Â§54,300.70 and Cross also stated he has already sold $10,000 in February. During the 3rd war loan drive last fall 537,000 in bonds were sold in one month, the record up to then, Cross said. Miss Lucille Cahal, Arnold Beagles Wed Charles City--Miss Lucille Cahal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. i Cahal, was married to First Class Petty. Officer Arnold L, Beagles, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Ernest Beagles at 11 o'clock Tuesday, at the Little Brown church in the Vale, with the pastorf the Rev. F. L. Hanscom, performing the double ring ceremony, the wedding march being played by Mrs. Hanscom. They ware attended by Miss Betty Cahal, sister of the bride, and Walter Emmel. The couple will make its home in North Chicago, 111. " Mary Homans Will Wed R. Dunham at Scotia Charles City--Mary Homans will leave Friday 'lor Scotia, N. Y., where she will h_e married, Feb. 12, to Richard Dunfram. She has been employed as reporter for the Daily Press since finishing school at Iowa State college in August. The couple will make its home in Schenectady, where Mr. Dunham is employed as an electrical engineer in test work for the General Electric company. SHOP AND SAVE AT THE Charles City Briefs Charles City--Mrs. R. F. Hoger, 312 Tenth avenue, received word of the death of her^son, Karl Peters, of Los Angeles, Cal. The body will be shipped to Parker, S. Dak., for burial. Mrs. 'pbger left Thursday morning for Parker. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Katcher that their son, Glenn, is now in Italy. He had been in North Africa since October. Â·Mr. and'Mrs. Arnold Halph;are the parents of a son born at'the Cedar Valley hospital. Â·By scoring 191 out of 200, Pvt. John E. Scott of 515 Sixth avenue, Charles City, has been made an expert rifleman at Camp Fannin, Tex. He was sixth from .the highest among the 200 men taking'part in the match. A. A. Men-ill received a-letter from his son, Pvt. Hussell Merrill, who was formerly employed at the Harvey store, .that he had been promoted to sergeant, at Fort Lewis, Wash. Mrs. Lawrence Shorey has returned from 'Oelwein after visiting icr brother and family and seeing ler husband at Waterloo when he returned to Camp Mackall, N. ~:ar. The February meeting of the _,utheran Brotherhood was to be leld Thursday evening at 8 p, m The Rev. A. Holm, pastor of the Cedar Falls Lutheran church, was to be guest speaker. Central Methodist church wil lold their famnily night dinner rriday at 6:45. Men oÂ£ the church are to be guests of the ladies. Pvt- Gerald J. Miller and wife left Wednesday for Glendale, Cal. after Pvt. Miller had spent a 15- day furlough/at the I. F. Knechl- ges and Joe W. Miller homes. Pvt Miller is stationed at.' the Granc Central air terminal attached to a Eighter squadron. Â· Officers were re-elected by thi board of directors of the Charles City Building and Loan association Tuesday evening, as follows W. E. Dodge, president; Fred Eb ert, vice president; Merten Klaus treasurer, and Harry Doore, secre tary. This was Mr. Dodge's 2511 consecutive time re-elected -a president. The board also votes to purchase $15,000 in war bonds making a total of $58,500 ownec by the association. Pfc. Eldon L. Brown, formerl; of Charles City, was one of chosen to receive a 12 weeks course in mechanics at an ord nance army school at Fort Crook Nebr. Pvt. Brown was formerly stationed at Camp Shelby. Miss in the combat engineer battalion KO \VRAPPING NEEDED Mrs. William Reid, oÂ£ Harlan received a large cocoanut from her son, Pvt. Delbert Reid, sta tioned in the Hawaiian islands No wrapping was around th cocoanut. 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