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January 4, 1945

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If You Do Receive Paper Before 5:SO p. 513 CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 507 West Main St. DEADLINES; 11 B. m. for Newi fcnd Ads " 6 p. m. tor N«w» PROPOSED CODE TOPIC FOR TALK Miss Hazel Thomas Addresses Auxiliary Clear Lake--Miss Hazel Thomas, county superintendent of schools spoke on the proposed revision of the Iowa school code for the program of the American Legion auxiliary at Legion hall Wednesday evening. Miss Thomas discussed the need for revision, the purpose sought and a number of the bills which will be submitted to the legislature this session. The meeting was preceded by a potluck dinner in charge of the l e g i s l a t i v e committee Mmes Henry N. Graven, L. E. Erlckson, Peter Anderson, Ethel Weed and F..W. Buehe. Mrs. R. w. Peterson will enter- Tain the sewing circle Jan. 26. The national defense committee, Mmes. Sidney Halford, E. A. Colburn C. A. Beckner, L. W. Hickard and Sam Villadsen will arrange the meet for Feb. 6. Other groups also, met Wednesday. Wedding pictures were exhibited and high lights of the wedding day Were given for roll call by members of the Colonial club at the James P. Anderson home Mrs. Harvey Franks led the lesson, reading a .number of poems and an article from The Reader's Digest. Dinner was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ashland and daughter, Rock Falls, were guests and Mrs. Clifford Anderson was co-hostess. The club will hold a dinner meeting 'at the Ed Lenning home Feb. 7. Mrs. Merle Scanland entertained the E. T. C. Bridge club with Mrs Oscar Yohn substituting for Mrs' B. C. Myhr. Prizes were awarded Mmes. E. A. Musgjerd, Keith McGowan and Shirley Kimball. Mrs Mark Brooks is hostess Jan. 17. Home Improvement club met at the E. E. Studyvin home for a potluck dinner with husbands and families as guests. The afternoon ·was spent in playing games. Miss Bessie Baker will entertain Feb. 7 with Mmes. Robert Findson and J. A. Hanley arranging a valentine program. / RECEIPTS SHOW $4,366 INCREASE Postoffice Does Best Business in History Clear Lake--Receipts at the Clear Lake ppstoffjce for the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1944, showed an increase of 51,842.19 over the same period in 1943 Postmaster Mary D. Carroll announces. The December quarter was the largest in the history of the office. Receipts for the year exceeded those of 1943 by 54,366.55, Mrs. Carroll reports. More people have been served than ever before This is indicated by the fact that housing accommodations are very hard to find. Red wine can be made from white grapes, and white wine from red grapes. Co-operative Groups Stage Holiday Party Clear Lake -- Employes of. the co . operative organizations, of Clear Lake, the Clear Lake Cooperative, the creamery, poultry and egg department, Farmers' lumber yard and elevator and the Clear Lake Shipping association, were entertained by the managers, Leonard Cash, Walter Bisgrove, Willis Miller, Harold Aitchison and R. D. Robbins respectively, at a holiday party at I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday evening. The families were guests also and dinner was served to about 45 persons by George Prestholt and the staff of Peter's cafe. Games and stunts made up the program. Hazel's band played for dancing the latter part of the evening. GIVE PARTY FOR COMMITTEE Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Curphy entertained the committee, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Cash, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slocum, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johannessen,'- responsible for their silver wedding anniversary party Dec. 27, at a party at the Curphy home Tuesday evening. Other guests were Mrs. Ben Prohaski and daughter, Mrs. Otto A. Klimesh, who had assisted Mrs. Curphy in serving a Christmas party Cards were the evening's diversion with Mrs. Nelson and Mr Johannessen. winning high scores Lunch was served at the close. Hubbard Speaks to Lions Club of War Clear Lake--The Rev. Warner M. Hubbard, Methodist pastor spoke on the futility of war. and methods for overcoming war'tend- encies for the program of the Lions club at Legion hall Wednesday noon. Guests included Lt Clarence A. Pease, Flight Officer Bob Roseland, Roger Davis, yeoman 1/c, and Judge A A Schramm, Marietta, Ohio. Neighbors Tie Quilts for Ray Rice Family Clear Lake--Mrs. J. S. Everitt entertained a group of neighbors at her home, 925 S. 4th street, Tuesday for an all day quilt tying session. Three quilts were tied for the Ray Rice family whose home and contents were destroyed by fire last week. Those present Tuesday were Mmes. Chris Larsen, Louisa .Wistey, George' Hugh George Davis, H. E. Neal, M. F. DeMerritt, Dora Van Haften, En no Eden, Henry Curve, Julia Clausen, Charles Hill and Everitt. Lunch was served at noon. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Women's Relief Corps, I. O. O. F. hall, noon. Daughters of American Revolution, Mrs. George Ott, 501 S. 4th street, 6:30 o'clock. Park chapter No. 35, O. E. S., Masonic Temple, 7:30 o'clock. SHINES THE YEAR 'ROUND! You'll wear gleaming patent all year 'round . . . it mates beautifully with fall tweeds, winter woolens, spring prints, and summer v cottons. See our new styles in patent... wear and love them for months. 105 NORTH FEDERAL 5 GROUPS MEET AT LAKE HOMES Church Women Study Serving Young People Clear Lake--Five groups of the Congregational aid met in homes Wednesday afternoon with a lesson on "Serving Young People Through the Church" being presented to each group. Mrs. Ray Sandry entertained group 1 with Mrs. B. C. Myhr giving the lesson. Mrs. Frank Siesseger was a guest. Mrs. A. C. Pryor gave the lesson for group 2 at the home of Mrs Emma Kimball. Mrs Harry Bell is hostess Feb. 7. Mrs. C. F. Crane entertained group 3 with Mrs. T G. Burns presenting the lesson. Mrs. Richard Kabrick is the next hostess. Group 4 met at the home of Mrs. Hans Petersen with Mrs. C. A. Knutson as lesson leader. Mrs. C. R. Woodford was hostess to group 5 with Mrs. A. A. Joslyn leading the lesson, and Miss Alberta Joslyn as guest. Group 5 will serve the fellowship supper at the church next Wednesday evening instead of group 4. Mrs. L. E. Ashland is in charge of the kitchen and Miss Beatrice Grimshaw and Mrs. Joslyn will arrange the diningroom. DOUBLE C CLASS MEETS " Resolutions in the form of an acrostic on Happy New Year were made by members of the Double C class of the Methodist church at the home of Miss Esther Backhaus Wednesday evening. Other games were played. Mrs. Gerald Treu led devotions. Weiners were roasted in the basement fireplace and served with the lunch. The committee included Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Baumgartner, Mr. and Mrs. Hoiden Nelson and Miss Backhaus. The next meeting is Feb. 7, the place to be announced. Sgt. Nettifee Home From 56 Missions Staff Sgt. Carl C. Netlifee, radio I gunner with the 15th air force is home from 6 months of overseas service with 56 missions to his credit. Sgt. Neltifee has added 3 oak af clusters to his air medal and holds 3 stars for 3 major campaigns. One star is for the invasion ot trance,' one for missions over Europe and the 3rd for the campaign in Italy. His group had been awarded the presidential citation S/Sgt. Nettifee -will go to Santa Ana, Cal., to report for further assignment at the conclusion of his VISlt *l ere at the home of his mother, Mrs. George Nettifee, 2116 Massachusetts S. E. He is having a furlough of 30 days. U.S7BRiTATN AGREE ON ITALY Stettinius Outlines ' · Progress in Policy ^Washington, (JP) -- Secretary Stettinius declared Thursday that the United States and Britain are in basic agreement" on aiding Italy, but are still working on now to go, about it. Bringing' Anglo-American Italian policy up to date from the ·i me i ~ st September when President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill enunciated a policy of assistance to the co-belligerent country, Stettinius issued a statement at his news conference which "A series of discussions subsequently has taken place between British and American officials concernmjr the methods of imple- toentmsr the joint policy set forth "There have been no major differences between the British and ourselves in these discussions and thy have resulted in substantial agreement between the 2 governments. Clear Lake Briefs M. F. DeMerritt, painter 2/c, has returned to his base, Rodd Field, Corpus Christi, Texas, after spending the holidays with Mrs. DeMerritt, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Neai, 916 S. 4th street, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. DeMerritt, Thornton. Mrs. DeMerritt has taken an apartment at 525 Caroline street, and will make that her home for some time. Art Butts, well driller, electric pump sales, service. Phone 224. Roy E. Burns, seaman 2/c, returned Thursday noon to San Francisco, Cal., after spending a 30 day leave with Mrs. Burns and family at 414 N. 2nd:street. Brownie troop 3 met'at Lincoln school Wednesday afternoon and members told what they did during vacation for the program: Games were played and a Brownie song was learned: Charles "Buck" Martin left Monday for New York City where he reported at the American Field Service Wednesday. He expects to be back about Jan. 15 for a further visit with his mother. Mrs. Cecil Martin. Mrs. C. H. Hass, Belmond, Is spending a few days with her son, Karl F. Hass, and family. Services tvill be held Sunday at the Bethlehem Lutheran church with the Rev. J. H. Stensether, Minneapolis, speaking at 11 and at 2:30 o'clock. No meeting of the Ladies' aid will be held this month. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Ser-. mon returned Wednesday from Dallas, Texas, .where they spent 2 weeks vacationing. An ostrich does not bury its head in the sand because it is afraid, but only to grub for worms with its bill or to cover its eggs when going away from them for a short while. Cryolite has been used in the manufacture of glass, enamel ware and some insecticides. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo Counly 35. In District Court. No. 6234. October^ Term. 1944. To all K-bom it may concern: Yju are hereby nollfieil. that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary H. Willey, Deceased, dated October 21st. 1942, having been this day tiled, opened and read, Monday the 22nd day of January. 1945. is fixed for hearing proof ot same at the Court House in Mason City Iowa, before the District Court ot said County, or the Clerk of said Court- and at 2 o'clock P. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if .any they have, »-by said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and lor the last Will and Testament of said deceased. 0 D 194 d 3t M3son Cily - Iora - Bomber S. H. ilacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By MAHGARET BILEY, Deputy EXECUTRIX STATE OP IOWA, Ccrro Gordo Countess. No. 6214. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and Qualified as Executrix of the estate of Enos D. L!oyd-Joncs. Deceased, late of Cem Gordo County. All persons indented to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims asainst the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office ot the Clerk of the District Court. BARBARA THOMAS M.OYD-JONES, REMIXY J. GLASS. Atto^vTM'^ Dated December 19th, I9« S. H. MacFEAK, Ciertt District Court By MARGARET RILEY, Deputy NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CORPORATION · N y ice T!! hereby given that Donnelly icrvlce. Incorporated, an Iowa Corporation with it, principal place of business T, l^? 11 !/? y- owa ' has bccn dissolved. Baled this 27ih day of December. 194 E. R. NZTCOTT, President 1~ A. MOE, Secretary THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1945 United States and the united kingdom governments are in' basic agreement and they desire to provide assistance to enable the Italians to.start rebuilding their economic life and furnish the maximum contribution to the war ef- Stettinius' s t a t e m e n t w a s prompted by publication by Columnist Drew Pearson of parts of a memorandum on Anglo-American Italian policy submitted to the the state department last Aug 22 by British Ambassador Halifax The document," Stettinius said, is part of the confidential records of the department. The unauthorized publication of any part of it is in the highest degree regrettable and the matter is Itejriff pursued " It is especially regrettable " h added, 'that, as generally happens when excerpts from documents or one of a series of documents are published without authorization an erroneous and unjustified impression has been created " Asked whether he had received a formal protest from the British ambassador he replied that Lord w ? thr/ discussed the matter At the outset, Stettinius said the article gave the impression that the British and American governments are in disagreement" on I aiding Italy. Mrs. Robert Enabnit Honored by Friends Clear Lake--Mrs. Robert Enab- mt, 609 5th street, was surprised Tuesday by a group of friends who came to celebrate her 70th birthday which was Jan. 1. The afternoon was spent in games and vis- ui ".e- The guests brought lunch which included a birthday cake decorated in pink and green and bearing 7 candles on top. Mrs. Enabnit was presented a gift. GIVES LESSON ON ALTERING PATTERN'S Miss Lucille Buchanan, home economist, conducted a training school on pattern alterations at the Elmer Thrams home Tuesday with 7 Lake township home project leaders present. An open meeting will be held at the E. E. Studyvin home Jan. 15 with the lesson on "Slip Covers." WFA Issues Set-Aside Order on Beef for Armed Service Needs Washington, {J)_The war food administration Thursday issued a revised beef set-aside order designed to assure the armed services their lull requirements. Beginning Jan. 7, packers operating under federal inspection will be required to hold temporarily their total production of choice good and commercial grades of steers and heifers. The armed services will then select 60 per cent of such meat fitting army specifications. The remainder will be released for civilians. .1 Heretofore, these packers have been required to set aside only 60 per cent of such beef for the armed services. Officials said, however, that in some cases the full 60 per cent set-aside did not meet army specifications and that consequently the military services did not always get their full requirements. Bodega is the Spanish name for a wine storehouse or cellar, but the name has been adopted in many lands to designate a place where wine is sold. Re-Upholster Now ./ for a bright . future! So your pet sofa and chairs are beginning to show their · age? Let Younkers call for' them to add years to their usefulness with fine, custom upholstery . . . in the season's newest colors. You have a choice of any bro- catelles, damasks or brocades in stock . . . and you know 7 Younkers' complete stock is the talk of the town! Complete Custom Upholstery Here s what Younkers' upholstery service includes- We call for your furniture; rebuild, repair and re-cover'it in HkP rVu YOUr , Ch ° iC ! ; Gnd return if to V° u lo °king like new. 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