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February 8, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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8 . Tuesday, Feb. 8, ISM MASON CITY ILOK-GAZETTF HOLD SERVICES FOR AGED WOMAN Mrs. Henry Morische, 82 of Nora Springs, Dies · Nora Sprints --Mrs. Henry Morische, 82, died at 10:45 Sunday Evening, at her home north- ,«ast of Nora Springs. .She had .been in failing health since 'Christmas. The funeral will be held Wed- .nesday afternoon at St. John's Luiheran church at Osage, -with the pastor, the Rev. I. G. Kitz- warm, officiating. Burial will in Spring Grove/cemetery. Mrs. Morische, nee Anna Buckmann, was born in Germany June 6,' 1861. She . was married to Henry Morische J u n e 15, 1890 The couple. celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1940. Mr. and Mrs. Morische arrived in the United States July 4, 1893, coming directly to' Nora Springs, an4 made their home in this community ever since, with the exception of 4 years during which they ;iarmed west o£ Osage. She is survived by her husband and 7 children: Sophia arid "Ma' mie' at home, John, 'Elsie, Mrs FreH Troge of Charles City, Elmer, LueUa, Mrs. Lawrence Hartwig of; Osage, and Lawrence. : ' , HOLD FUNERAL Bristow--Funeral services were held Monday for Mrs. Allie Henkel, 83, who died at the home of her son, M. L. Boylan, at Waterloo-Saturday. A sister, Mrs. H. C Newburg lives at Bristow. She formerly lived in Waverly E Bristow. , TO ATTEND CONFERENCE Garner --County Superintendent Charles S. Whitney will attend a meeting of the Great Lakes conference to be held at the Sherman hotel in Chicago Feb. 14, 15 and 16, Accompanying Mr. Whitney will be County Superintendents Clara Olson of Winnebago county and Hazel Thomas of Cerro Gordo county. INCOME TAX Service Bureau * 2 J 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. TELEPHONE 1026 t ^ · of Iowa's Bond Quota Remains to Be Raised Veteran of World War I Dies; Services Sunday Dumont--Military funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Salem Evangelical church for Albert Ahrens of Hampton,"who died Friday at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines, where he had been a patient the past 6 vvteks The Rev. E.,M. Miller,' pastor of the United Brethren church anc chaplain of the: American'Legion officiated. ' He was born May 1, 1896, at Dumont, the son of. James ' anc Alvina Ahrens, and grewao manhood' here. He enlisted in- World War I July 20, 1918. On-Jan. 12, 1921, he was married to Rose Murphy. To this union were bpVn 7 children; Ilo, Genevieve,'Marjorie, Delbert, Alice and Beverly Dorothy died as a small child. Following their marriage he worked on a- farm near Sheffield and has resided in Hampton the past 11 years. Hold Rites Wednesday for Mrs. Christensen Iowa Falls^-Funeral services for Mrs. William Christensen 46 wil be held at St. -Mark's Catholic church Wednesday morning. She was born Ciara Louise Hiserodt daughter of W. A.,and Ida Hiserodt, April 3, 1897, near Robertson. In 1920 she was married to William P. Christensen in Waterloo. She is survived by her father her husband, 5 daughters, Eleanor Dolores, Jean Ruth and Karen and son Jack; 3. sisters, Mrs. Floyc Riley and Mrs. Russell Drake, both of Iowa Falls; and Mrs. A. K Pierce of Columbus, Ohio and 2 brothers, :A. W. . Hiserodt o Omaha, Nebr., and S. D. Hiserod of Des Moines.y * Dumont Man Injured in Country's Service * Dumont -i' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Day received a letter Saturday from the navy department which states that their son, Harry G. Day, was seriously wounded in the performance of his duty in' the service of his country Dec 20 1S43. Dies of Neck Fracture When Auto Overturns Estherville, (£) _ Richard Ferguson, 36, who lived between Armstrong and Swea City, died 1 in T hospital here Sunday of a neck racture suffered when his car overturned at Armstrong after a ire blew out. . Four passengers were cut and bruised ' . S. SGT. WALTON BEACH IOWAN MISSING IN AIR MISSION Sgt. Walter Beach Had Planned to Visit;Home Northwood--Mr. and Mrs. L.. H Beach received a telegram from Washington, D. C., Saturday which stated that their son, S. Sgt Walton Beach was missing in'ac tiori. Sergeant Beach, a turret gun ner, has been stationeS at a bast in England. He has been awarde tht air medal an'd 2 Oak Lea clusters, receiving the last early in January. - · The last word from him s'tatei he had completed 20 missions am that "he was planning to be home for Easter. He entered the service Nov. 9, 1942.- MRS. JACOBSON DIES Belmond--The funeral of Mrs Oscar Jacbbson, wife of a prominent retired merchant, was helc at the Lutheran Trinity church Monday with the Rev. O. M Sev- ersieke in charge. Besides her husband she feaves one daughter Mrs. S. P. Lienbach. She has been alife long resident of this community. REPORT BIRTHS Osage -- Pfc. and Mrs. Edwin Tesch are the parents -of a son jorn Thursday at the Savre hos- jital. The father is in the Hawai- an Islands. The parents are owners of the Chat and Nibble -eat hop. Other births recently were: ?o Mr. and Mrs. 'James Palmer, of New Haven,-son; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Squier, son; Mr. and rtrs. Paul Leonard; A Ne\y Shipment of Famous s HOSIERY · Sheer, Flattering · Perfect Fit · Limited Supply Famous Rolfins Rof-R Qy hosiery . . . as sheer ond ToveTy as any two thread ^ilks you ever owned. Fashioned to fit to perfection, to slim and flatter. Reinforced toe, heel and welt for longer wear. Sizes 8Vz to ]0'/j. SUPPORT THE 4th / WAR LOAN BUY BONDS Here » J There Northwood--Miss . L o l a ;M*ae Borg, who is employed with (he Northern Air Lines at St. Paul, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Gladys Borg. ' Sheffield--Mr. and Mrs. E. E Hawke, Jr., are parents of a son born Saturday. RICEVILLE--Bernard - B u r n s , son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns, who is in training at Great Lakes naval station, is spending a 14-day ieave at his home. .. Otranto--Mr. and Mrs. Emmet! Johnson of Minneapolis, enroute home/from Chicago, visited at the Woodley .Louies last . weekend. They .had .been. on. a .wedding trip, having been, married Jan. 29 Mrs. Johnson is a WAVE. Garner--Robert Denny, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. James Denny, who has been spending a 30 day leave with home folks, returned to duty with the navy this past week.. his mother, Mrs. Minnie McCormick,' arrived for an 11-day furlough from Ft. Sill, Okla., to visit his bother, .Mrs. Minnie McCor- taick and other relatives. His wife, the former Nadine. Benner, accompanied him. They maintain their home at Lawton. Okla., near Ft. Sill. Nora Springs--Marjean Sheckler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Shecfcler, underwent an appendectomy at the Mercy hospital in Mason City recently. · Dougherty--Mesdames ,Clinton Lockwood and Burr Hudson sponsored a farewell party of 60 friends' for the L. K. Barnhart family at the Hudson home on Friday .evening They are moving March 1 to a farm near Greene. Forest City--Mrs. Tom Irish and 3 children left Friday morning for Farragut, Idaho, where they will make their home while Dr.'Irish, a lieutenant commander in the navy is stationed at the naval base. Plymouth--Pvt. Keith Ehlers, who spent a short furlough with home folks, left Saturday for his camp in Texas. Ackley--Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Sanssen,,were feted Friday evening at a celebration in the Legion hall in honor of their 23th wedding anni versa ry. S»; Ansffar--Cpl. D. j. Hegland o£ Lakehurst, -N. J,, and her mother, Mrs. B. T. Hegland of Minneapolis, visited Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Hegland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hume. Hegland will report for duty after ier furlough is completed to Eden- on, N. Car., where she will be engaged in aerology in the marine service. Riceville--Russell Sprung, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sprung, who has been taking C. A. P. training at Mason City the past 2 months, eft for Des Moines Friday and Tom there ^hc goes to Mississippi, where he will train for aviation cade£ _ · i " ' . " ' Kanawha--A total of S81 was realized from the collections taken at the local theater last,week by members of'the American Legion Auxiliary for the national "March of Dimes" drive. Hutchins--Alfred Redenius re- urned Friday from Mercy hospital, Ylasorf City, where on Jan. 27 he submitted to an appendectomy. Swaledale^-Sgt. Ed Peters of the army air service, Essler Field, La., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peters of Mason City, and VIrs. Clarence Bramsen of Thorn- .oh, visited at the home of Mrs. Sate Hess and George. ' ^ . Britt--Cpl. Francis Steinhoff arrived from Florida for a 10-day Turlough.' He will report to an airfield near Salt Lake City for further training. He visited his mother, Mrs. Frank Steinhoff, ad brother, Lavon. Nora Springs^Mr. and Mrs Jesse Inman and daughter, Marjorie, arrived in Nora Springs last Saturday from -Richmond, Cal., where they have been living for the past 18 months, while Mr ; Inman has been employed as a steamfitter in the Kaiser shipyards. " Armstrong--The CampCire Girls --'Id their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Eric Wickland Forest City--Bill Boland is leav- ng Monday to take charge of the Northern Lumber company branch at Swea City. Mrs. Boland arid the girls will join him later. Geneva--A group of relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs Charles Roegner Friday, evening,' :he occasion being their 35th wedding anniversary, Chapin--Mrs. G. C. Rhca a n d laughter Judith Ann of Moline, 11. arrived for a week's visit with her parents, Supt. and Mrs. F A McCoy. Carpenter -- Mr. and Mrs. Gus ;eldt entertained a group of riends at their home Friday evening in honor of their son, Arnold, vho is in the army and was home on a furlough. He left Saturday for Texas where he is stationed. Northwood -- Reuben Losee ol ioscoe, S. Dale., has been here the last week looking after business nterests. Riceville -- Paul SehiUinger of Suite, Mont., visited his cousin, Mrs. Barney Hughes, last weekend. Goldfield--Mrs. Harlan Larson and daughter, Lana Jean, lelt for -hicago where she is visiting her husband, Seaman Harlan Larson.. Swalcdale--Mr. and Mrs. Earl uggin arc the parents of a son born at a Mason City hispital Friday. Ackley--AI Hoffman left Friday for Independence, Kans., to 'isit his son, Arthur Hoffmann, vho is in the air cadet service. Britt -- Raymond Rapp arrived rom San Francisco for a visit receding his induction into the rmy the latter part of the month, to has been employed in a Cali- ornia shipyards. Carpenter--Anton Johnson. St. 'aul, Minn., was a weekend visit- r with relatives. Mr. Johnson vas a former resident here. ARRIVES IN INDIA Ackley--Mr.' and Mrs. C. G. Leonard received a letter from their son, Richard Leonard, who is in the armed service, stating he is now some ..where in India. HOLD ASPEL RITES Alia Visfa -- Funeral services for William Aspel, 63, who died of a heart attack Thursday, were held in St. Bernard church Monday morning. The Rev. J. F. Wiehl read the requiem mass. Burial was at Cresco. MANY SIGN BUT HAVE NOT PAID Boy Scouts Will Help Cleanup in Final Week Des Moines, (/Pj--With only 1 week remaining in the 4th war loan campaign, Iowa had 33 per cent of its quota yet to make, the Iowa war finance committee said Tuesday. The percentage was derived from the Federal Reserve b a n k which showed that Iowa bond sales at the beginning of this week totaled 67 per cent of the $177,000,000 quota. Sales of series E bonds totaled 531,100,000 or 47 per cent of the E bond quota of $66,000,000. Sales to individuals including E bonds totaled 553,900,000. "Many people have made subscriptions and have not bought the bonds they have signed for. These people,' ho doubt, plan to buy this week," V. L. Clark, executive manager of the state war finance committee, said. "But we must have more buyers than those who have signed subscriptions. . We want to urge the people of Iowa to really 'back the attack'''and to go to the banks and other issuing agents and buy every dollar's worth 1 * of bonds possible between now and Tuesday, Feb. 15." .Among special events listed for the final week of the campaign is a "gleaners after the reapers" campaign, sponsored by the Boy Scouts, to contact people who might not have been' asked "to buy. -School students will solicit sales Thursday in their "treasure hurit campaign," stressing the completion - of partially filled stamp books. Ackley Youth Tastes . of Combat on Tarawa Ackley--Stanley Keough writes to friends: "I've tasted of combat on,Tarawa and came out safe and sound." Stanley is in the 8th marines; a son oE Lula Keough, formerly of Ackley. SOLDIER ADVANCES --Mrs. Naomi Grefe of Manly received word thai her son, William Grefe, has been promoted to sergeant somewhere in the Pacific. He took his training at Camp Walters ·£ years a*o. His wife is employed at the Martin bomber plant at Omaha. A brother, Arthur, Is a private 1st class-.some where in India, and another brother, Pvt. LeKoy, Is in England. BUREAU SIGNUP HITS 1,000 MARK Campaign Shows Gain of About 200 Over '43 Garner--Hancock coynty Farm Bureau is closing one of its most successful membership campaigns in the history of the organization. According (o Clark Lackore, county organization director, over 1,000 memberships have been recorded in 1944 with still more joining daily. This is a gain of nearly 200 over 1943 and to celebrate tliis splendid record the organization will hold a Farm Bureau victory meeting" at Britt Monday evening at 8 o'clock in-the high school auditorium. GOALS ARE SET Nora Springs -- Mrs. Paul E Artz, branch chairman of the Red 2ross, attended an executive board meeting in Charles City Tuesday evening, at which Attorney Ralph Zastrow was named county chairman of the drive. 3oals set for the drive, which will begin in March, are: National 5200,000,000; -Floyd county, $15,300; Nora Springs, $1,050; and "--'- Grove^ township, 5495. Meetings Of · North Iowa Organizations IOWA FALLS--The Etude club will meet in' the Red Cross surgical dressing room Tuesday afternoon. Members are devoting one meeting each month to Red Cross work. ' vr C £ A / IN - The WSCS of the Methodist church will meet in the church -parlors .Thursday for an all-day meeting and pot luck dinner at noon. CHAPIN--The Missionary Sunday school class will hold its regular monthly meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs George Pitsor. , V CARPENTER--The Town Sew- mg Circle will meeting Thursday afternoon at the parish house. ROCK FALLS--The Rev and Mrs. L. E. Sarchett will entertain the Friendly Families Circle in the basement of the Plymouth church Wednesday evening for" pot-luck supper and an evening of fun · IOWA FALLS--Dr. Jack Finegan, head of the department of religious education at Iowa State college, will speak on "The Real Problem of the Post-War World " at a meeting of the Woman's club Wednesday. -- LATIMER--The United Service Women's club will meet Thursday evening in the home economics room of the school gymnasium tATIMER--The Latimer Park society will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Johnson. HUDD -- The United Service Women will meet with Mrs. Berl Stalker Friday at 2 p. m. HAYFIELD--The Madron Ladies Progressive club will hold its February meeting at the home of Mrs. D. E. Keat. BELMOND -- St. Elizabeth's Study club .will meet 'Thursday with Mrs. Eugene McLaughlin. CHESTER--The February committee of the W. S. C. S. will entertain at dinner Wednesday in the church dining room. ST. ANSGAR--The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon in the Methodist church basement. RITES TUESDAY FOR H, MILLER Businessman Dies at Home Following Stroke Notthwood -- J. 'L. Miller, 55, died at, his home here at 9:30 a. m. Sunday following a stroke suffered at midnight Saturday. Mr. Miller, who owned and operated the Northwood cold storage locker service, had been In poor health for several months. Funeral services were to be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Adams funeral · home in Ames, in charge of the'' Rev. Dqn'ald H. Artman, pastor of the'Northwood M e t h o d i s t church. " John Lester Miller, son 1 , of John and-Minerva Rachel Miller, was bora Feb. 13,- 1889, at Altoona, Penn. While still a baby he came with his parents to Illinois where he lived until young manhood when he moved to Webster; City. In 1910 he was married to May Howard at Webster City. The family'moved to Ames in 1917 where Mr. Miller was a paint I contractor. jjdrs. Miller died in 1922. He was married to Ida! Thomas in June, 1924. The fam-i ily moved to Northwood in Octo-i ber, 1938, where they have since* resided. , He is survived by 5 children by* his first marriage; Ralph of the! army stationed in the South Pa-1 cific; Howard, Gary, Mrs. Vera' Cadman, and Mrs. Eleanor Herrmann, all' of Ames, and 2 daughters, Rachel and Joan at home. Also surviving are 2 brothers, Clarence, in Illinois, and William of Corpus Christj; Texas. AT FIRST «« TABLETS. SAWE.NOS£DROW RAMSEYS 5 to n STORE 1408 N. FEDERAL Quitting Business Sale now going on--Hundreds of Sensational Values--Hurry In m at EATONS ·SPRING'S PRETTIEST PRINT 'MOST PRACTICAL FABRIC . . . JERSEY Charm and practicality all wrapped up in one neof little package. . . . Here is Q rayon jfersey you'll v/ear everywhere . . . a flattering floral print in. a two piece slimming style, shirred roomy pockets, wide lapels. In lovely lilac and green. Sizes 12 to 20. BACK THE ·ATTACK BUY WAR BONDS

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