Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 10, 1944 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1944
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C ANINf soldiert, fighting tide by tide with their uniformed buddies on the war fronts, art proving that a dog'* lift ton be pretty risicy. T/ie four-tooted fighters, who have made the (eap from fireplace fo firearms, are distinguishing frtemseJve* as heroes of World War //. Alert and aggressive, and trained lo know friend from foe, they are tarrying mes- vugot under 'fire, serving as teoult, sentries and patrol». Some have won official citations for unusual bravery in action. Here, it an art- fa's conception of the actual ways in which dogs have etlablltried record's fot courage. Chips got Hie Silver Star for capturing « machine-gun nett in Italy by lunging at the tfiroatcoTNazi gunner*. He'* a harf.husky. HP's Learn to Command in Japanese Washington, (U.R)--If youi- soldier friend comes back from Ihc wars muttering things (like "gun 3ukq o nuge," or "sa-lam-oo a-lyy- TOOin," don't think he's jungle iolly. The first is a bit of Japanese, -educed to phonetic English, embodying the , happy command, "Take off your uniform." The second is merely good Arabic for "hi, pal." In the southwest Pacific, marine MP's are mastering a few rudiments of the Nipponese tongue so they can handle Japanese captives with some'degree of comprehension. Their choicest accomplishments, as a consequence, are phrases like these, written in Romaji (English spelling of Japanese word): "Halt!"--"Tomare!'' "Put up your hands"--'-fiyo te o agero.". "Line up"--"Narabc." "Halt or I'll f i r e"--"Tomara naito utsuzo." "Shut up"--"Damare." Over in Nortii Africa, a new 53- page guide oil north African Arabic helps the ordinary doughboy «LlL!f?e " V? ph 'j d ' Allhough wounded. Jack got R«x's sort growl warned Ma. carried cap of a Coa.t Guards- through fire line with a me., fines in Solomons of Jap pa- man who fainted to patrol sage for stretcher bearer, in trol approach. Japs were itotian. saved his |,f.. Bougainville. hurled back suctenfully. oy Scouts at Ackley · e«L_ ' · . ' * , J/Entertain at Supper Ackley--Boy Scout troop 38 of Ackley conducted a pot-luck supper for its parents and friends at the -American- Legion hall in Ackley Tuesday evening. Moving pictures of scouting activities were shown and : Ear)e K. Behrend, scout executive, gave a talk to the parents. The Hev. A.' F. Rumbaueh, scoutmaster, was" in charge. I tidy house WINDOW CLEANER Apply vM · cloUi ... v'pe i( off ... *nd waidowi. mVro;», *nd jUu- tcpped Utfc* It come efe*r, fci^- li*nt.fftt {tonfi!n«lly eJtn3 H.ndy 8 oun«; « t ecoromlcJ 16 ounce urti. -- ·' tet rf At w ffrirtr TiJf Hww frWtKtf At YMr fMiry. tf raf. *r 4tf BrtaMt »Hr* Tidy House on the Air KGLO Every Tues., Thurs., Sat. 9:30 a. m. HERE and THERE Faulkner--Mrs. F. W. Dentel is at Iowa City visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. EH Messer. Stacyville--P v t . R a y m o n d Wigant in a recent letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williain Wigant, teils of meeting a soldier from Stacyville, Cpl. Frances Brumm, somewhere in the Aleutians. This is., the' only familiar face he has seen since being sent to Alaska 2 years ago. Plymouth--Miss Nellie Carmany, who has been a student at Omaha, has completed, her course and is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Carmany. Stacyville--CpL Edward Brumm of Fort Leonard Wood, M.O., is home on a 10-day visit. Stilson--Mrs. Orville Slagel and children came from Waterloo Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leerar and other relatives. Popejoy -- "Farm Buildings Structures" was to be the topic for discussion at the adult night school, Thursday. ' Alta Vista --Members o£ St. John's Court, Catholic Orjler of Foresters entertained their. families, and friends''in,. Forester hall Monday night'witn about 100 in attendance. " ' , Le Roy. Minn --The retiring officials of the Lutheran Ladies Aid sponsored a gathering in honor of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson at the church Sunday. Kidgeway--Mrs. Zita Clark and Mrs. Glen Clark, who are vacationing at Dallas, Texas, and other points, are expected home Saturday. Coulter--Fred Coburn and'fam- ily moved to Hsmpton Monday where he purchased a home and will reside. Mr. Coburn's farm will be occupied by James Krabbie. Luverne--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft .Accompanied Arlie Goetsch to Waterloo. After a short furlough at home, Mr. Goetsch returned to Camp McCain, Miss. Otranto--Cpl. Howard Jensen, left Monday evening for his army base in Alabam.. Goldfield--Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Whyte and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Wheeler are attending the BUTTER is SlffF»HUIff R Iowa State Brand Creameries. Inc. at hardware dealers convention DCS Moines this week. Kanawha--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and 2 daughters of Humboldt are visiting in the parental J. R. Hewlett home. They were caL'ed Saturday by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. C. E. Clark, of Britt, who died Saturday evening. Goldfield--Pfc. Harry Rasmussen of New York was called home recently by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. F. C. Rasmussen. Dumont--Mrs. Ada Murphy and Miss Fern Stafford left Wednesday night for Ontario, Cal., to visit relative and friends. Harilontown -- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall are announcing the birth of a son, Bryan Howard, Monday. Mrs. Hall was a formei teacher in the local school. Mr. Hall is stationed in a camp in California. Le Roy, IWinri.--Mr. and Mrs Elmer McRoberts arrived home from their trip to California where they visited their daughter, Doris at San Francisco. Wancoma -r- Earl Wilber lef Tuesday lor Des Moines to be inducted into the navy. : Coulter--Carlo Hansen, electricians' mate first class, who spent 7 days' furlough with former Coulter friends and his mother, Mrs. Elsa Hansen in Hampton left Monday for San Francisco CaL, to resume his duties. Bristovv--Mrs. Charles S. Stewart received word that, her stepmother, Mrs. W. D. Hartsough now living at the soldier's home in Marshalltown, has had a severe case ol flue for several weeks Luverne--Mrs. Nina Basham of Mason City and Mrs. Arthur Henwick of Hawkeye, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basham anc family. Otranto--Mr. 'and Mrs. Donald Campbell and children of St Paul spent Tuesday at the paren tal W. J. Campbell home. Goodell--Howard Doming re turned home Tuesday from Ot tawa, 111., where he spent a week visiting 2 sisters. He made the trip to see his grandmother who I: 92 years old and in failing health - Goldfield--Miss Helen Kubly has resigned as office assistant for Dr. B. P. Basinger and plans to go to California. Otranto--Lawrence Priem ^ arrived from Ames and will take possession of the farm he pur chased lying adjacent to his fath er's farm. Mrs. Priem and 2 chi' il- dren are visiting her parents a Harcourt. Luverne--Harold Lichty, son o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty, arrived home Monday morning foi a visit with his parents and friends, Harold is on convoy duty and is rated as second class con trol fireman. Stacyville--Paul Schillinger of Vida, Mont., a former resident of Stacyville, is visiting at the Joseph Bawek home, enroutc home after several months in Florida. Lnvcrne--Mrs. Sadie Kellher of Kansas City, Mo., came Saturday morning to help care for her aunt Mrs. Jennie Lcvier, who is seriously ill at her home here. Goldfield--Duane Samuels, sor of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Samuels has completed his boot training al the naval base at Farragut, Idaho and is spending a leave with home folks. Plymouth--Miss Fern Scarrow is the new assistant in the F. A. Peshak general store. Stacyville--Mary Rose Hcimer- man, chairman of the president's ball, announces $100 was collected from dance tickets, a card game at the city hall and from schoo! children. Belmond--Otto Dorr of the Seabees is spending a few days with his wife and 3 children, also his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Dorr. AIU Vista--Women of the Alta Vista Garden club held their Valentine party Monday night at the home of Mrs. UHie Tietjen. I* Key, Minn.--Lloyd Henderson, who saw service in the Pacific is with home folks on iu lough. Kanatvha--J. W. McCulloch fell down stairs at his home Monday morning and received injuries to his back. He was taken by ambulance to a hospital al Mason City. order meals, ask directions or get cheated in a sale with a happy feeling that he knows what he's doing. Records accompanying the booklet aid in developing correct pronunciation. A bad cold is a real help in mastering the spoken tongue, since one soilnd is made "like the noise used in clearing your throat" and another is "like the sound when you gargle." The booklet will tell you that 35,000,000 people speak Arabic, and any similarity to English is purely coincidental. For instance the sound "beer" means no foaming alcoholic brew but "a well" in Arabic; "fool" m e a n s "kidney bean," and "ma" means "water." If you want a cigaret, you must say, "nhub see-gar-ro" and follow it up with "da-rak il-la-ho fik," for "thank you." If you say "sa-lam-oo-a-lay-koom" the next time you meet someone, that, mister, is just the Arabic equivalent for "Hi yuh, pal." KISS BRINGS G. I.'s Shaw Field, S. Car., ( '·hello" kiss is the bait yirls at the Sumter, -S. Car., YMCA use to lure G. I.'s to their weekly dances. Since the innovation, observers say the attendance has more than tripled. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. ' PUT STRESS ON VICE PRESIDENT Demos Look for Running Mate for Roosevelt Washington, (Aj -- An early move lo seek convention pledges for House Speaker Sam Hayburn of Texas emphasized Wednesday the unusual attention that politicians are directing toward the democratic vice presidential nomination this year. With President Roosevelt still turning: aside 4th term inquiries, some practical politicians are conceding him the nomination on the first ballot and working to get their choice installed as his running mate, with an eye to the future. One high democratic official said there is no doubt in his mind that--if the president runs again --this year's vice presidential candidate will have a head start on everyone else in the 1943 race for the top nomination. , Besides that, this; politician observed there always is a possibility tiiat if Mr. Roosevelt is elected for a 4lh term and Die war ends, he might resign to head a bi- partisan delegation to the peace conference. With lhal in mind, some Rayburn supporters in congress are bringlnc pressure to bear in the south to get preconveiition pledges from delegates that they will support the speaker through what might become (he biggest battle of the Chicago meeting. Four years ago the late Speaker Bankheacl of Alabama went into the convention with a sizeable following, but Mr. Roosevelt chose Henry Wallace for his r u n n i n g mate and had his way. Some of the party members think Wallace may be dumped Thursday. Feb. 10, 1941 19 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE overboard and even Wallace, who has predicted the president will run again, said in San Francisco this week he didn't know who the vice presidential candidate would be. Thus far Raybura and Wallace apparently lead the -field of those mentioned, which includes about every prominent democrat within the administration and some without. Plymouth--A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bahr, Jan. 28. 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