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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 4, 1944
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Charles City Globe-Gazette Here's Model of Truth in . Advertising Charles/City--There is at least v one'business'firm in Charles City r - that deigns to tell the ti-uth about its/wares (no reflection on other ChSrles City firms), as evidenced by the following display advertisement in the local paper Thursday: The. subject is "SHOES." OPA Obsolete Release; "Honest, folks, we have the worst' collection of ANTIQUE shoes that it has ever becii bur misfortune t o ' see. We are.not positive, but we are quite . sure that among the bunch are . some shoes that might have been worn by JfALAMITV KATE in the GOLD RUSH. We can't understand why L people will even look 'at them. They bad that we moved them to the basement.· High herjs, pointed toes;/narrow · lasts--cri't · see how they, could iit a h »Tian foot. The only possible fe/:c"use' for buying them is that they are RATION FREE. Even OPA says they are.hopeless and has. authorized us to sell them as "OPA Obsolete ' Release." , OPA says we v can't get over $1 J pair. .We believe it, so buy them at your own risk at 49c a pair." CHARLES CITY TRADING CO. days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Serimger. Sgt. John Havey * Amarillo, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Havey of Charles City, has been sent to Chanute Field, 111., for instrument specialist training. Mrs. George Gifford received word that her: brother, Cornelius Carroll, has been promoted from corporal to sergeant. Sergeant Carroll was wounded in Italy and received the Purple Heart which he has sent home to his sister. He has served overseas" 21 months with the 34th division. Charles City Briefs Mrs. Frances Sheets is leaving Monday for San Antonio, Texas to visit her husband, Sgt. R. S. . Sheets; who is in the transportation corps. Sergeant Sheets expects to be sent out in the near future. CpL Robert Webster,'who has been stationed at Camp Butner, N. .Car., has been transferred to Nashville, Term. . Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hoger. entertained 17 at dinner Wednesday evening at their home Guests included their children, grandchildren and Mrs. Hoger's sister, Mrs. C. F. Schmoldt. Mr. and Mrs. A. Freitag"arrived Thursday morning from Sheboygan, Wis., to visit Mrs. Freitag's brother, Ed Nauman, who-is seriously ill at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hoger and family left Thursday for their home in Chicago, following a visit with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hoger. Chapter CY, P. E. O. will meet Friday. evening with Edith Sanders, 511 2nd avenue. The program is in charge of Verplank Magdsick. Mrs. Tressie Bartelson, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Clyde Irish, has returned to her home in Greeley, Colo., and Mrs. Irish left Wednesday night for McCook, Nebr., to visit another sister ..David R. Serimger,.W. T. 3/c o£ the U. S. S.-Detroit,?is spending 4 Remarkable Treament FOR STOMACH DISTRESS From Too Much Acid Stomach Are y o u tortured with the burning .misery of loo much tree stomach add? Use ol the famous ;| VON TABLETS U ·J bringing comforting m relief to hundreds of such cues. Sin- «rely grateful people telJ of what they call the "won. . ders" Von's Tablets have done for them.' Thfs gentle formula aims to counteract surplus irritating stomach acid and to bring relief from such conditions. If you suffer from indigestion, gas. heartburn, 'belching bloat, ing. spur stomach ana other symptoms-- ·I"'" «cess stomach acid-you, too jhotUd try von'* Jor prompt relief . . ' ngnt at home . . . without rigid liquid S e « ^ft.* 1 - 2 * trial sizc - Also available JJ.W. *p sues. AT YOTO DRUGGIST! It he does not have Von's he can get them for you from his jobber. Anson Brown, Chicago, Lawyer, Dies at Wayne Charles City--E. G. Brown received word Thursday of the sud^- den death of his brother,- Attorney Anson H. Brown, at Wayne, 111. Deceased .suffered a severe heart .attack a month ago from which he rallied nicely. His death Thursday at his home was unexpected. , · ~. Born in' Charles City,' he has been an attorney in Chicago 'for about 40 years. His wife survives, also 3 daughters and 2' brothers, E. G-,Brown of Charles City, Ralph L. Brown, of Waukori,Junction, and 2 half-brothers, O. W. Harvey, Sioux City,-and George W. Brown of Iron Mountain, Mich. Why Strikes? Service Men Want to Know - Enunetsbnrt--It will take a lot of diplomacy on the part of our government and labor unions to justify their strikes to the returning service men, says Lt. Harland Soper, photographic intelligence offacer, who is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sop en "Our soldiers, sailors and marines in the South Pacific are disgusted when they hear of strikes in this country," he told friends here. . \ "It makes them bitter to think of the lack ol equipment needed to bring a quick and decisive climax to the war and-the hardships they are experiencing there while men and women in this country are curtailing production in order to get a few extra' dollars." Lieutenant Soper assisted in the reconaissance survey and map drawing in preparation for the Bougainville invasion. Offer Flying Course in Air Scout Patrol D«corah--Decorah boys, 15 years old and older, have the opportunity now of taking a regular course i ground school aviation such 'as given to army pilots in their preliminary training. This opportunity is offered through the newly formed Air Scout patrol. ' Dewey Tatro, who is in war training service in Cedar Rapids, in an entirely unofficial capacity, is meeting every Monday evening with the Air Scouts. x The Air Scout patrol is a new phase of Boy Scout training, looking forward to the post-war world when aviation will .play a new and vital part in the lives of Americans everywhere. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations IOWA FALLS -- The Charles Payne Woman's Relief corps'was io meet in- the American Legion hall Friday afternoon. IOWA FALLS -- Members of Progress club were to meet at the home of Mrs. Eda Elliott Friday afternoon for a 1 to'clock luncheon. KANAWHA --Mrs C h a r l e s Brower, Mrs. Elmer Thorson and Miss Thelma Rikansrud were to be hostesses to the Kanawha Ltl- theran Ladies Aid' in the church parlors Friday afternoon. KANAWHA--Mrs. Albert Cooper was to be hostess to the Ladies Aid of the German Christian Reformed church Friday afternoon. KANAWHA--Newly elected officers of the circles of the W. S. C. S. are as follows: Circle No. 1, Mrs. Archie Nelson, president; Mrs. William Brand, vice president; Mrs. John Goodridge, secretary; Mrs. Emery Sanford, treasurer. Circle No. 2, Mrs. Otto Schroeder, president; Mrs. H. H. Brummond, vice president; Mrs. Arlo J. McGowan, secretary; and Mis., John Hewlett, treasurer. Circle No. 3, Mrs. Charles Hanson, president; Mrs. John Veldhouse, vice president; Mrs. F. N. Knudsen, secretary; Mrs. Vern Kenney, treasurer. NOHA SPRINGS--The Rebekah sewing circle will be entertained by Mrs. H. F. Gildner, Mrs. Mel Breakey, Mrs. Ann Seaman and Mrs. J. W. Kennedy on Thursday in the I. O. O. F. hall. RUDD -- The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Puesch- ell. Members are reminded to come prepared to sew. FOREST CITY--Officers elected by the ladies aid of the Congrega- tibnal church are Mrs. Chris Jurgensen, president; Mrs. H a r r y Larson, vice president: Mrs. Nan Olson, secretary; Mrs. Burt Perry, treasurer. KANAWHA--The regular meeting o f . Golden Glow Rebekah lodge will he held at the I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening. RUDD--The Culture club will meet at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Madge Waterhouse. ALTA VISTA _ The February meeting of the Alta Vista Garden club will be held Monday night at the home of Mrs. LJllie Titien. NORA SPRINGS -- The Royal Neighbor lodge will held a meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Mathew Miller. NORA SPRINGS -- The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Selby Russell. The subject will be "Narcotics and Social Diseases." " ACKLEY--Sunshine circle met Friday evening in the home of Miss Hazel Shugar. . APPOINTED DIRECTOR Iowa Falls--Miss Jane Warnock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs v C. H. Warnock, has recently been appointed director of · the choir in the First Congregational church in Qurand, Mich. She'is instructor n vocal music in the music schools in Durand. She was graduated from Cornell college at Mount vernon in 1943, Burma riyon Crepe duck print. Duct buttons full length. Sofciy tailored blouse, Jinife-plcatci skirt, la Grey Mist, Rio Blue, Mecca T»o. Siics 11 co 17* 98 Fin^l Plans Set at U for SummerWork Iowa City--The 1944 summer session's complete set of dates and the fact that Doctor Elmer T. Peterson, acting dean of the college of education, would serve as acting director of the unit was announced at the University of Iowa Wednesday. Mr. Peterson, member of the raculty since 1927, will replace Dean Harry K. Newburn of the liberal arts college, who was acting dii-ector of the 1943 session in ihe absence of Dean Paul C. Packer in military service. As in 1943, the summer work will include a summer semester, :he regular 8-week teaching terms of the summer session, .a special semester for beginning freshmen, :he independent study unit; and terms in 5 professional colleges. Colleges of commerce, education, engineering, graduate, and liberal arts will participate in the summer semester from April 24, '.o August 5. The pharmacy college has a semester from April 24 to August 14 and the law work, from April 24 to August 5, is divided into 7, 8, and 10-week terms. · It also is possible for students to enroll for the 7-week summer semester, April 24 to June 10. Beginning freshmen in liberal arts, engineering, and pharmacy have their own semester from June 12 to Sept. 2. In the colleges of medicine and dentistry a 'continuous program Goldfield Creamery Shows Business Gain; Officers Are Elected Goldfield-- The/ Goldfield Cooperative Creamery held its annual meeting at Memorial hall Wednesday. Herb Plambeck, farm news editor of: WHO, gave an interesting account of his recent trip to England: The annual report shows the company had an increase in business over 1942 with a total'of 186,703 pounds of butter being "manufactured during 1943, an increase of 2,600 pounds over the previous year. The average paid for butterfat for the past year was 53.4 cents, an increase of .08.71 cents per pound over the previous year. Four directors were elected, with George F. McCutcheon, Goldfield; Ray Stevens, Clarion, and Gearhart Hanson, Eagle Grove, being re-elected. John Rasmussen of Clarion was elected director' to replace George" J. Miller, Clarion, who resigned. Other members of the board are Leslie Stoekdale, Thor; Chris Jergenson and A. H. Wilcox, Eagle Grove; Herman Harvey and Frank Anderson, Goldfield. Leslie Stoekdale is president Gearhart Hanson, vice president, and Frank Anderson, secretary and treasurer. E. A. Clue is manager, assisted by William Larson, with Mrs. Barbara Moscley, bookkeeper. Robert Sherman and Dewey Beisell are the c r e a m haulers. Ames High Science Teacher Records Self as Groundhog Skeptic Ames, (IP) --Richard F. Trump, Ames high school science teacher recorded himself Thursday as : [round hog day skeptic. Last fall Trump released a pair of ground hogs (woodchucfcs) in an enclosure at the school, i When they hibernated Nov. 23 Trump place a white flag in front of the den. The flag would have been knocked down if either ma or pa ground hog left the burrow. As the sun- set on ground hog day Wednesday night the flag still was standing. STOCKHOLDERS MEET Emmetsborg--The annual stockholders meeting of the Palo Alto County National Farm Loan association was to be held in Emmetsburg. .Harold Barringer is secretary-treasurer of the group. WILL GIVE "PINAFORE" Eagle Grove--Gilbert and Sullivan's famous operetta, "H. M. S. Pinafore" will be given Thursday evening, Feb. 17, at the high school auditorium, by high school talent \ 'will be in effect, "with no new students accepted. A new- freshman class will enter the nursing school June 12. Mr. .Peterson, the new acting director, is known as an expert in the field of public school finance, school building planning and organization, and educational administration. . INFANT BURIED Nora Sprints --Committal services were held at the graveside in the Rudd cemetery Wednesday afternoon for Jerry Sellon, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sellon of Mason City, formerly of Nora Springs. The baby weighed only 3 pounds at the time of its premature birth at Mercy hospital in Mason City Jan. 28, and died Jan. 30. Survivors are the parents; one brother, Larry,' 5; and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sellon of Nora Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bernhart of Rock Falls. · . WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY . . .this is a mighty fine place to sit down ,and satisfyVthat appetite. Whatever the hour- whatever you want to eat-you'll find lots of GOOD things THE SODA GRILL Special Saturday LUNCHEON ' ROAST TURKEY Dressing - Cranberry Sauce 35c Try Onr. Evening Dinners ;. 35' up -· Bxrecaed KIbs, Steak, Chicken, SP» Foods DANCING EVRB? KVKKIXG The Covered r Wagon "Fireproof "Where Food Is Kins" We Cater to Parties fHADY BEACH Sottlh Shore. Cle.r DANCING EVERY NIGHT Cam -Try Our DeHelgui Fo»d Steaks - Fried Chicken Home Barbecued Ribs Fried Fish l-UNEHDOt AND THE BANDIT Extra Added No. 4 "Winslow of'the Coast Guard" -- Plus Cartoon New Policy · New Shows SUN.'- WED. - FRI. Special! New Policy M 1 D N I T E S H O W ··Every Saturday Nile See Saturday Show Plus Sunday's Super Hit At No Extra Charge SUNDAY DINNER Sliced Tomatoes 15c --. Celery Hearts 20c Radishes lOc -- Stuffed Olives 20c .. Chicken Broth with Rice Soup FriedNRlIet of Walleyed Pike. Tartar Sauce '/2 Dozen Fried Jumbo Oysters, Cole Slaw Fried Chicken (Unjoinfed), Strip Bacon Roost Prime Ribs of Beef Au Jus Baked Sugar Cured Ham, Pineapple Sauce Beef .Tenderloin Steak, Mushrooms Swiss Steak, Jardinier Gravy Grilled Lamb Steak, Jelly Candied Sweet Potatoes or Whipped Potatoes Stuffed Prunes with Cottage Cheese .or ' "' Head Lettuce with French Dressing Fried Parsnip Fritters or Whole Kernel Corn - * Hot Rolls Drink Dessert ··' THE PARK INN WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO DANCE at the Malek's Lynn Kerns --*^" * - - -" * *=: :£* AND THE RHYTHM CLTJB ORCHESTRA y v^s %· v ^ EVERYBODY KNOWS GEORGE OLSEN " A BAND TO BE HEARD" * THE SEASON'S * ALL-STAR * ATTRACTION GEORGE OLSEN AND HIS ORCH. With All His RADIO STARS Featuring JUDITH BLAIR A New Starlet With Charm and Voice. 3t3 \ -"I Iowa Falls--Initial plans of the late conference of Congregation!'Christian churches of Iowa to e held in Iowa Falls May 5 to 7 ave been completed. Speakers will include Henry mith. Leiper, secretary of the Voi-ld Council of Churches; Ross Snyder, professor at the Chicago LATE BUS AFTER DANCE EVERY WED. - FRI. - SAT. - SUN. hurchjnen Plan State onference Theological- seminary; and Robbins Strong, missionary to Chins. Oliver Powell will address a meeting of the Iowa Pilgrim Fellowship Sunday afternoon. Members of the program committee are the Rev. Nelson I. Baxter of Iowa Falls, chairman; the Rev. David Beggs of Hampton, Dr. Royal J. Montgomery of Grinnell, the Rev. Silas Wright of Exira, Mrs. C. L. Gleason of Ames, and Mrs. N. W. McBeath of Des Moines. 8 Friday, Feb. 4, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZm A new scaffold-type extra det enables a modern tanker to can a load of extra freight the equh alent of 10 per teat o£ its norm/ load capacity. ' !\ DANCE! at RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky SATURDAY, FEB. 5 Music by HAZEL and HER BAND Admission 50c, Tax IncL ENDS FBIDAV "SEVEN DAYS LEAVE" '' SAINT MEETS THE TICEm" STRAND, U. S. lend-Ieas'e cargoes fill 3 out of every 10 outbound ships. DANCE at the AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa SATURDAY, FEB. 5 Mason - City's - Best - Theater Late Show Sat. Night 10 p. ml -- NOW - PLAYING -- MTUYB THE SCANDINAVIAN ACCORDION BAND 0 TUX 6:M - THEN ' rim T.x - ChlU. )»c . SAT. - SUN. - MON. A 7£AM. n mAT A COM BUI Boyd Hoppy Serves a Writ Betty Rhodes "Salute for Chapt. 2 "DON -WINSLOW OF THE COAST GUARD" STARTS - SUN. -SUNDAY - MONDAY ALSO NOVELTY - NEWS CONT. SUN. 1 to 11 LATEST WORLD END FR!. -- "HOOSIER HOLIDAY" -- "KLONDIKE KATE," ANN SAVAGE THE TOWN'S BIGGEST ACTION HIT! STARTING SAT. IT'S LAUGHTON'S MOST LOVABtE, MOST DIFFEREHT R O L E . . . ! Powtrfui m its drama! Hearty in As far«orJ it its aetiw! Kck n its tcMfer reKwee! C H A R L E S LAUGHTON IK AHOTHER GREM HIT FROM M-G-M RICHARD CARLSON BINNIE BARNES DONNA REED PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY ROilERT Z. LEONARD '^gPpBBH iasis

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