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January 2, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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zv^BZibti^ltX^^jjZ^g^Z^^ut^^g^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1945 .7 Red Cross to Meet Jan. 29 REPORTS ON BIG PROGRAM TO BE PRESENTED HERE ,, Election of Officers to Take Place; Reports in Printed Form The annual meeting of the Cerro Gordo county chapter of the American Red Cross will be held at the high school auditorium Monday, Jan. 29, at 8 o'clock In the evening, it was announced- Tuesday by Ralph Lloyd Jones, chairman o£ the committee in charge. . With a huge program being carried on at home and the tremeri- 'dous tasks performed by the organization on the worldwide war front, this meeting will be one of the most important ever held by the local chapter. It is the plan of those in charge to bring to members of N the organization a complete resume oC what the organization has done the past year. Printed reports will be distributed showing the work o£ the various departments of the chapter. , Plans are being made to bring a representative of the American Red Cross.here to give a direct report o£ what the organization is doing on the war front. Officers and directors will be elected for the coming year and plans announced for the coming Red Cross war fund campaign. Enlistment of Youths Announced Three 17 year old youths from this community were enlisted,in the U. S. navy on Dec- 30, it was announced by the local navy recruiting station Tuesday. The boys are Donald O. Martin, son o£ Oscar L. Martin, 803 Jackson N. W.; LeBoy A. Meyers son-of .Buford R. Meyers, Masoi City, and Lincoln J. Johnson; son of : Adolph M. Johnson, Clear Lake . They all chose the general service branch,o£ the navy where each will have the opportunity o qualifying-for one of many service schools. - - - Kino AND warns LOTION , AND gW-SERVKAIS3 AS lNCWiON BASE fOR POWDER- r.EG. 8-OZ. »1.00 SIZE · XOfP FULL-FIST 12.00 SIZE «o,r'1.00 ENGLEN It You Do Not Receive Paper Before 5:3O p. m. Call 2S9 or 029 CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 507 West Main St. DEADLINES: It a. m. (or Newi and Ads C p. ni. for Bidlo Nevi*» ASSISTANCE TO SERVICE MEN ONE OF RED CROSS JOBS--This is just a glimpse of one of the manifold jobs performed by the American Red Cross. Pictured above is Miss Ruth Giard, home service secretary for the Cerro Gordo county chapter, giving assistance to a soldier and a sailor, Pvt. James J. Cassidy and Fireman 1st Class Richard Goad. The story of tljis work and other achievements of the Red Cross will be presented at the annual meeting of the chapter at the high school auditorium Monday evening, Jan. 29, at 8 o'clock. Minerva Jane Branson Is Married at Riverdale, Md. F.J. Kelley, E.C.3-C, Lake Girl Is Bride of Waterloo, Dec. 28 Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. Clark C. Branson, 200 E .Main street, announce the marriage of theii daughter, Minerva Jane, to Frank J. Kelley, F. C. 3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Kelley, Waterloo on Dec. 28. The candlelight ceremony was performed in the Methodist church at Riverdale, Md., by the Bev. Craig, pastor, in the presence of a group of close friends.. The bride wore a street length dress p£ light blue with black accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Kelley was graduated from Clear Lake high school in 1842 and has been employed the past 2 years in the office oE the adjutant general, Washington, D. C. Mr. Kelly has been in the navy 3 years and at present is attending ju an advance fire control school in Washington where the young people are living temporarily. W. G. Baxter Winner I Checker Tourney W. G. Baxter, 132 4th N. W., von the annual Y. M. C. A. Cerro lordo checker championship New Year's day. Baxter won 1st place with 20 points followed by Percy Sanford,' vith 18 points. J. F. Broderick ilaced 3rd in the tournament held it the Y. M. C. A. lobby with 17 loints. Tom Gerdes, .winner last year, :ounted 10 scores for.4th place. Nazis Killed 100 Civilians in Belgium By HAL BOYLE Stavelot. Belgium, Jan. 1. (De- ayed)--(JP-- Army officers estimate that fanatical nazi S. S. {elite guard) troops slaughtered without provocation at least' 100 Belgian civilians during the first few days of the recent German break- hrough. Acting mostly under direct orders from German officers to kill all civilians encountered. Hitler's lampercd troops clubbed, shot and Burned to dealh men, women and children without cause. As the American army began to contain the sudden offensive, how- :ver, trapped enemy columns were cept so busy fighting for their ives they had neither leisure nor ammunition for m u r d e r i n g civilians. . "But we know positively ot 63 Selgian civilians they killed in the Stavelot area," said Capt. Melvin H. Handvilte who investigated atrocities in this area. "We have confirmed reports of similar killings in other! sectors, he added. "Their SS troops have been more cruel here than- anywhere Dlse. We heard of many instances in other places where they shot down Belgian unarmed men for no reason, but this is the first place I have known them to kill women and children. The Germans practiced similar excesses in this area in August. 1914, when they marched across Belgium. In addition to atrocities against civilians in the Stavelot area, German troops probably massacrec more than 150 American troops This is a very conservative figure The state department has officially protested the slaughter o 135 out of 150 American xmarraec soldiers lined up in a field anc machinegunned near Malmedy. In other cases American truck drivers, trapped by fastmoving panzers, were pulled from vehicles disarmed and ruthlessly shot. Atrocities against c i v i l i a n s around Stavelot have been thoroughly documented by army of ficers through questioning of survivors and voluntary statements by captured Germans who StJoseph ASPIRIN JOO TABLETS «» - VWMOS LARGEST Seu« AT 10* Tea at its Best "SALADA" TEA In Packages and TSa Bags at Your Grocer's ake. Couple Observe 60th Anniversary New Year's Mr., Mrs. M. L. Nutty Have 4 Grandchildren in Armed Services ·ME: AND MRS. M. t. tnowledged .the part they played n the killings. Most revolting was the massacre f 20 to 25 Belgian men, women nd children herded into a barn nd shot by. engineers from the irst Hitler panzer division. The Germans then fired the barn to destroy the evidence. The bodies vere so badly burned only 10 or 2 were identified. Captured SS troopers said they *d been instructed by at least 3 German officers before the start f the breakthrough (o kill on Clear Lake -- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Nutty, 110 E. South street, observed their 60th wedding anniversary Monday by entertaining the Poultry Improvement association with 18 persons present. They were remembered by many flowers and cards of congratulation from friends and relatives. Miss Miriam Smith and M. Luther Nutty were married at Hopedale, 111., Jan. 1, 1885. They recall that it was not so cold that day as in 1945. They lived on farms in Story county near Burchinal and Mason City until 3924 when they moved near Clear Lake. They retired and moved to their present home 7 years ago. Mr. and. Mrs; Nutty have 5 chil- . . ; - *dren, Mrs. A. K. Carstens, Bur- S.SGT. D. NISSEN KILLED IN ACTION Grant Farmer Died in Germany Dec. 15 Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. Amos Nissen, who live on a farm north of Clear Lake in Grant township, received a message from the war department Sunday telling them that their son, S/Sgt. Donald Nissen, 27,' had been killed in action in Germany Dec. 15. S/Sgt. Nissen entered the service Oct. 6, 1941, and trained at Camp Roberts and Fort Ord, Cal., before being sent to Camp Polk, La. From there he went to New York City and overseas in July, 1044. He'landed in England and went from there through France and Belgium to the German front. He was with the field artillery. S/Sgt. Nissen was home on a 14 day furlough in February, 1943. Besides his parents he is survived by a sister, Shirley, and a brother, Pat, both at home. Clear Lake Briefs Clerk wanted; f\fll time, experience unnecessary. Rodewold's Little Super Market. Miss aiarjorie Ncalis, Gully, Minn., is spending a couple of weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Anderson, Sr., and aunt, Mrs. Art Enabnit, and family. Art Butts, well driller, electric pump sales, service. Phone 224. Sir. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn returned Sunday morning from Glencoe, 111., where they spent a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Moore, and family. Employed mother wants woman to care for baby, her home or yours. Phone 407-W. William C. Fusion returned Friday from Adel where he spent Christmas with 'his son, Dwain Fusion, and wife, at the Sam Far- ight met. all Belgian civilians they As a result of the slaughter of Belgian civilians and American roops in the Malmedy-Stavelot irea Yanks who later cracked into he elite first SS armored division ought with a vindictive hate lack- ng on other battle fields. In a series of savage battles more than 50 per cent of the division was wiped out and the divi- ;ion itself is no longer a potent 'ighting outfit. One German officer complained .o an American major. ' "Do you really believe all the Jropagandn against Himmler and iitler?" he asked. "Do your men regard our SS panzer division as bunch of criminals and gangsters'!'' The ma.ior answered both ques- ions in the affirmative and the performance of the American army against Hitler's SS troops shows it knows how to deal with them. well. chinal; Miss Margaret Nutty, dietitian at the state hospital, Woodward; Dr. N. S. Nutty, veterinarian, Nevada; -L. P. Nutty, a member of the faculty at Iowa State colleges, Ames, and Capt E. S. Nutty, with the army in the chemical warfare service in the south Pacific. They also have 7 grandchildren. Of the 7 grandchildren, 4 are in the armed services. Lt. Robert Nutty, aviation navigator, is to return to duty Wednesday after spending 2 weeks with his parents at Ames. John Nutty, naval air corps cadet, is in training at Birmingham, Ala. Alan Caret ens is with the medical corps at Camp Ellis, 111., and Miss Jewell Schuyl- cr, nurse cadet, is in training at Los Angeles, Cal. Her home is at Oceanside, Cal. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nutty are members o£ the local Methodist church. Mrs. Nutty is also a member of the Women's Relief corps and the Women's Christian Temperance Union. In the latter she has a record of 6% years perfect attendance. It was noted Monday that another couple present, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter, were observing their 38th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Porter was Miss Dorcas Pester before her marriage Zion Lutherans Hold Watch' Night Service Clear Lake--Glen and Erwin' Erickson sang a Norwegian, song, "Deilig er de den Himmel Blaa" as a special number for the New Year's eve service at the Zion Lutheran church Sunday evening. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom conducted meditations on the topic, "As the Clock Runs Out," and prayers were said for the boys in service. The names of all service men from the Zion Lutheran congregation were read as the prayers were said. A large number of people were present. Other groups met Sunday evening. Miss Marjorie Nealis, Gully, Minn., was a guest of the Christian Endeavor society at the Church of Christ. The lesson was on Acts 8. Betty and Jack Enabnit will present the lesson ne.xt week. Miss Imogene Collinson discussed the meanings of several different hymns for the program of the Youth Fellowship at the Methodist church. Next Sunday the young people meet at 5 o'clock. Food Ration Stam Valid for Some Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Service men's prayer meeting, Mrs. W. N. Hill, 500 W. Division street, 10 o'clock. Coffee club, Mrs. Fred T. Peterson, all day. Colonial club, Mrs. James P. Anderson, noon. hall, 12:15 MASONS TO INSTALL West Union--Officers of. the local Masonic lodge to be installed Jan. 10, are C. E. Snively, worshipful master; Dr. K. L, Ritchie, senior warden; Harry Cline, junior warden; E. R. Ballard, secretary; E. M. Phillips, treasurer; Dr. L. L. Carr. senior deacon; George Bemiss, junior deacon; Clare Shepard senior s t ew a r d; Wesley Schreiner, junior deacon, and Charlie Chapman, typer. ; WILL TAKE CENSUS W e s t U n i o n -- Enumerators named to take the census in Fayette county are: James Daniels, West Union. Union and Dover townships; Thomas A. Powell, Elgin, Pleasant Valley and Clcrmont; Ralph E. Stewart, Arlington. Scott and Putnam; Alvin C. Wurzer, Ft. Atkinson, Auburn and Eden; W. E. Corkery, Wadena. Illyria and Fairfield; C. H. Knos, Fayette, Westficld and Smithfield; Edwin Begalske, Hawkeye, Windsor and Bethel. STOCKHOLDERS MEET Garner--The. annual stockholders meeting of the Hancock County National bank will be held Jan. 9 for the purpose of electing directors and transacting other business. Dougherty -- Pfc. Lyle Ginapp. stationed at Camp Fannin. Tex. is home on furlough with his family. DS Time Clear Lake--No more red and blue food ration stamps will be invalidated until at least March 1, it has been announced by the office of price administration. "No termination date has been set either for red or blue stamps validated for December," the agency stated. "They will not be invalidated in January or Febru- P. I. A. Holds Dinner at M.L Nutty Home Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Nutly entertained the Poultry Improvement association at their home Monday with a picnic dinner as the high light of the day. Mrs. Charles Ransom presented a program ol discussions on winter poultry maladies and treatments. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hill and Miss Esther Backhaus were guests. The association meets with Mrs. Orren Porter Feb. 5. CARD OF THANKS We wish lo thank the member? of I. O. O. F. lodge No. 187 an other friends for their care and kindnesses to our brother, William G. Gilmore, during his long illness. We also thank all those who sent flowers or other mes sages, sympathy or helped in any way at the tunernl. · H. E. G1LMOHE. ARTHUR G1LMORK, MRS. MARY BUTTERFIELD. Li6ns club, Legion o'clock. Home Improvement club, Mrs. K. E. Studyi'in, 1 o'clock. E. T. C. Bridge club, Mrs. Merle Scanland, 701 North street. Congregational aid: Group 1-Mrs. Roy Sandry, 414 W. Division street; group 2, Mrs. Kimball, Alter apartments, 500 W. State street; group 3, Mrs. Forde Lee, 520 Marion Park drive; group 4, Mrs. Hans Peterson, 104 W. Division street; group 5, Mrs. C. H. Woodford, 401 N. 4th street. Woman's club art department, library clubroora, 2 o'clock. Double C class, Miss Esther Backhaus, 312 E. South street, 8 o'clock. Brownie troop, Lincoln school, 3:30 o'clock; junior high, 3:45 o'clock. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall, G:30 o'clock. Park chapter N6. 35, O. E. S. officers practice, Masonic temple, 8 o'clock. Clark C- Branson returned to his duties as assistant postmaster at the Clear Lake postoffice Tuesday after being out 4 months because of illness. Both 1944 and 1345 officers of Park chapter No. 35, O. E. S., will meet at Masonic Temple at 8 o clock Wednesday evening to practice for 'open installation to be held Friday evening \vith Mrs. A. R. Lenz, past grand matron of O. E. S., Iowa, Mason City, as installing officer. The ceremonies at 7:30 o'clock will be preceded by a 6:30 o'clock dinner served by Mrs. H. S. Nye and committee. Mrs. James F. Sage and Jimmy, 501 E. South street, returned home Sunday evening after spending 10 days with the former's mother Mrs. Clarence Smoot, and family at Alton. Skatinff on the Clear Lake rink was abandoned. Monday because ot the extreme cold. As soon as the weather has moderated sufficiently to make it advisable, the warming house will be heated up and Will Scherf, custodian, will be on the job. Mrs. Andrew Rubis and daughter, Shirley Ann, Terrill, spent New Year's day with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Vawter. They all attended a family dinner at the Ed Moore home Monday noon. Mrs. Rubis and daughter returned home Tuesday morning. Cleworlli EiTgar, 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Edgar, 304 S. 4th street, is at Park hospital. Mason City for X-ray pictures and treatment of his knee which gave out on him Sunday, causing him to fall. He had previously seemed to have completely recovered from an operation on his knee Nov. G. Mrs. Harold Hanscn, 203V4 W. Main street, received word Saturday from her husband, Pvt. Hanson, who is stationed in the Philippine islands, stating that he has been transferred from the infantry to an engineer's construction battalion. His brother, T/Sgt. C. M. Hansen, has returned to Florida after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Hansen. Mrs. Reuben Fritz Fistler, 301 X. 3rd street, has received word that her husband, Pvt. Fistler, who is in the Philippine Islands, has been made a carpenter, permanent party, and is engaged in construction work there. OPA ANNOUNCES CHANGES MADE Institutional Users to Prepare Inventories Clear Lake--Important changes in the food rationing program are pointed out by Clarence G. Turner, acting district food rationing representative, in a letter to the local board, Office o£ Price Administration, received Monday. Some of these have already become familiar to the public but others are pointed out for the first time. "All institutional and industrial users will be required to take a net point inventory as of the close ol business Dec. 31 and file such inventory with the board or district office with which they are registered. If a user has one establishment, or more than one registerec separately, the report is due Jan 7, if more than one, Jan. 14. This action applies to meals-fats and processed foods having a point value and to sugar. "Hation orders 3, 13 and 16 and general ration order 5 will contain provisions limiting the quantity of rationed foods which industrial and institutional users may require or use during the first allotment period of 1945 to the amount of their allotments for that period. "Reductions will be made in the January-February allotments ol institutional users. As to sugar the amount will be determined by the baking test. Meats-fats allotments will be reduced too. "Provisions for adjustments of retail and wholesale inventories will be made in all 3 food programs. Industrial user sugar allotments have been reduced for the first quarter o£ 1945. Provisions is made for a sugar inventory report by wholesalers and retail chains as of Dec. 31. Retailers and wholesalers will receive thei,r forms from the district office and institutional users from their local boards." Some of the new changes, the higher points values on meats, canned milk and butter, the restoration of 5 vegetables lo the ration lists and the stamps now in- 1.0.0. F. Ritualistic Service Conducted 'or W. G. Gilmore Clear Lake--Funeral services for William G. Gilmore, 71, who died at a Mason City* hospital Friday evening following a long illness, were held at Ward's funeral home Monday afternoon. The Odd Fellows ritualistic service was conducted by T. W, Tompkins as noble grand and A. R. Cain as chaplain. Burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. Pall bearers were Brother Odd Fellows, D. D. Dye, C. F. Jacobson, Keith McGowan, Dr. K. R. Rogers, Clifford Peterson and \V. W. Hollister. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen sang "Abide With Me" and "Rock of Ages." Mr. Gilmore was born at Forest City April 24, 1873, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilmore. When a small lad he moved with the family to Clear Lake where he resided practically all his life. He learned the baker's trade at Silsby's restaurant and continued in its employ until the bakery ceased to operate. For-a time h? was employed as a cook by L. O. Kimball and he also assisted as night clerk at the Lake Shore hotel occasionally. ,He had lived at the Rogers hotel the past few years. He was a member of Odd Fellows lodge No. 187 for many years. Surviving Mr. Gilmore are 2 brothers, R. E. Gilmore, Minneapolis, who was present for the services Monday, and Arthur Gilmore, Hillsboro, Ore.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Butterfield, Minneapolis, and a number of nephews and nieces. KGLO 1300 validated and those now effective, have already become familiar to the public. DOUBLE DOZEN CLUB MEETS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Westcott entertained the Double Dozen club and husbands at dinner and social session Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hennis were guests. The next meeting is at the Verne Hennis home, the date to be announced. odist Sunday school will meet Wednesday evening at the home o£ Miss Esther Backhaus, 312 E. South street, at 8 o'clock. The fire department -was called Monday evening about 8:30 o'clock to extinguish a small blaze at Shady Beach Night club. The fire originated behind the gas heating stove. Little damage resulted. Olid Fellows lodge met in regular session at I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening and made plans for o joint open installation with the Re- bekahs Jan. 8. Thorton installing staff will be in charge and Mrs. Russell Roberts and committee of Tina Rebekah lodge will serve. Keith Jacobson, aviation radar technician, 1/c, and Mrs. Jacobson went Monday to Paton to visit r the former's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Ulrich, and aunts, Mrs. Ona Bollinger and Mrs. Swan Carlson, and Mr. Carlson a lev; days. They also planned to see friends at Fort Dodge where Mr. Jacobson w. employed before entering the Lake schools re- The Double C class of the Melh- Lc Roy, Minn.--Mrs. Gertrude' Sovcrign of Cresco. Iowa, visited her sister, Mrs, A. J. Marscn. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone 977 service. The Clear opened Tuesday morning follow- ingg the holiday recess with all teachers on duty. · Miss Dorothy Fedcrson. senior student at the University of Iowa, Saturday to school friend Iowa City, went Loighton lo visit a until Tuesday when they returned to Iowa City. Miss Pederson spcnl the vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Pederson. So Just changing to TUESDAYS at 8:00 beginning January 2 KGLO 1300 on your dial CBS NEWORK ' CORRECTION OF HERNIA and RUPTURE IN A FEW MONTHS SAY USERS OF SYKES SERVICE COMING TO MASON CITY MR. H. J. HALAMKA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3 HOURS: 1-D P. M. HOTEL: CERRO GORDO MR. 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