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February 11, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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Charles City Globe-Gazette FISH, GAME CLUB HOLDS ELECTION Hears Lt. Bailey Talk on Attu Experiences Charles City -- At the annual meeting of the Floyd County Fish and Game club, held Wednesday night in the assembly room at the court house, officers of the past year were re-elected by a unanimous vote, as follows: Lyle Smith, president; .Gus Merton, Earl Kline and K. Wal- leser, vice presidents; J. E. Woods, secretary* and Glenn Ortmayer, treasurer. The 1944 membership cards were put' on sale and in the near future the 1 membership , committee will haVe its annual membership drive. For ·entertainment Lt. Ed Bailey related his experiences in the battle o£ Attu. Lieutenant Baiiey gave a realistic account -of this siege which was interspiced by personal accounts. His word picture of the difficulties encountered and the tenacious character of the Jap soldier gave his listeners an idea of what has to be encountered in this war. Following the talk, the meeting was presided over by President Lyle Smith, and reports by the various committee chairmen were given 'for the past year's activity by the club. It was revealed that 7,000 bass were released in the streams here for restocking purposes, that over 50,000 game 'fish had been reclaimed by the . club's efforts and that more than 2 tons of rough fish were removed. REPORTS FLOYD NEAR BONO GOAL I. W. Lackore, Chairman of Drive, Gives Report Charles City S -- While Floyd . county is nearing its goal for Sl,021,000,in the 4th war loan drive it is. considerably short on the purchase of E bonds, according to I. W. Lackore, Floyd county , chairman, late Thursday. Mr. Lackore said that records as of Monday showed Floyd county residents had purchased $829,729.50 in bonds but Only $260,512 of this amount was in E bonds ·with the county quota set at §525,210 for this series. At the Oliver Farm Equipment company plant, the 4th war loan drive and the March of Dimes received full support from em- . ployes, according to a bulletin just issued. Collected for the March of Dimes was $136.75. Subscriptions to the .war loan drive amounted to 531,493.50 or a maturity value of $37,400.00. In charge of both projects was the labor-management committee, organized in the plant for the purpose of furthering the war effort. Members of the committee include: Ben Aldridge, Lyle Kyle. Tom Martin and Bob Sylvestar management; Melvin Hockinsfln, Alfred Idso, Lyle Lento and Fred Thelen, labor. Due to the efforts of this committee, the suggestion-box program at the plant was changed Merit buttons and certificates of citation will now be awarded monthly to-employes submitting the best, suggestions and a $100 war bond will be awarded every , 4 months for the best suggestion received during that period. In addition, the labor-management .committee expects to devote its attention to absenteeism, reduction of scrap, share-the-ride and other related projects that have a direct bearing on production for victory. Charles City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baldwin have received word from their son, Glendon, who left a couple of weeks agrf for the army, that he has arrived at Amarillo, Tex The Ladies Auxiliary of Local 115 is planning a Valentine party for members and prospective members, Feb. 14, in Union hall : 7:30 p. m. They are also planning a bingo party the latter part of the month. · Miss Ethel Waller was hostess to the A. A. U. W. International Relations study group, Friday afternoon at a 1 o'clock luncheon. The program included a discussion by Mrs. Ray Melrose "Beware of S Day," Mrs. Florence Murphy discussed the British commonwealth. Mrs. Carrie Brown of Austin Minn., spent Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. He " 1 'y fonto. 201 First avenue. Mrs. J. A. Newton has returned irom faumner where she was called by the serious illness and death of her mother, -Mrs. Hattie _, st - Jude's Circle of the Sacred ?-- § d rr w r iM ? ^ of Mrs. C.. Lensine. 214 Mrs. A. M. Meggitt of Cedar Falis, formerly of Charles Cifr was in the city Wednesday attending a Meeting of the Big Four Mrs. Lloyd Waters of h k are the parents * TM daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. IJester Hobert received word that Mr. .and Mrs Wendell Hobert are the "parents' ?J. a daughter, born Feb 9 at Mt. Peasant. Mrs. Hobert was Newton W oT =CR6 trs Me., IW6KT COIN \iwsHi ME. £ ONE CF THE WCS HERE. MS TALWNS ABOUT B» CTf\ /WER. THE. VJAR.. SHE *\D SHE HOPED IT BE WV UNJCRW. COMPENSATION fetttt. OWUHlKW*. UPPER IOWA GETS NATIONAL SPOT School Runs Normally With No U.S. Contract Fayette--Upper Iowa university was agog over the ^weekend. It was in the spotlight. Newspaper reporters snd photographers came to present life on the campus to readers in , northeastern Iowa. Upper Iowa university was cited as an example of individual en terprise in education. In these days of bureaucracy and governmental support for education such an institution that it filling its mission without governmental contract is .news. It was started in an article in Pathfinder, a national weekly which described President V. T Smith's views on the pending legislation to subsidize the education of service men after the war. This initial article mentioned that Up- h , - r s . Leonard Debes, Monday afternoon at Riverside cemetery. The Rev. C. D Cmdr. G. Peckham Visits Cresco Friends Cresco -- Commander Geor« E Peckham of the navy spent Tuet day and .Wednesday visiting old Cresco friends in his home town He is enroute from the west to the east coast to take command of^a new super deluxe 2200 de- . c TM m ander Peckham will stop at . Philadelphia for a brief visU with his wife who is making her Pre-Meteqrology Unit Will End Wprk at Iowa Iowa City--Training of the pre- meterology "C" unit will be completed March II at the University of Iowa, thereby finishing all such work at the institutiop.. A university 'convocation, date of which yet is to be set, will mark the graduation of about 15E cadets of the army air corps who have been studying here since March, 1943. Last November the "B" unit finished and about 200-cadets received certificates of graduation DANCE at the AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Jowa SATURDAY, FEB. 12 Music by HAZEL AND HER BAND Admission 5c, Tax Incl. CLASS GIVES PLAT 5 0 S*~^ he s °Phomore class C « e V a 's academy will pre- as their class play. "An AU- American Family"' Feb. 20. Food that ALWAYS Satisfies Do yon enjoy fine food, cordial service *nd clew, comfortable mStfi?*** Tou11 fjnd the » HERE! Stop in re»J soon . . . THE SODA GRILL Add Brown to Medic Staff Iowa City-- Dr. Willis E. Brown member o£ the University of Nebraska medical faculty for the past 3 years, has been appointed to the staff of the University o£ Iowa college of medicine as assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, . . . ' . . · A graduate of the University of Michigan in 1934, he taught at that institution before going to Nebraska in 1840. Precision Vital Role in Making Ammunition Philadelphia, (U.fiJ-- Micro-razor- edge measurements as a vital factor in the manufacture of war materials is a practiced art at the Frankford arsenal where painstaking accuracy is imperative for 2 reasons-- saving (he lives of America s fighting, men and contributing to the destruction of our enemies. Precision that can split a human hair into 130 strands is used m the manufacture of more than 2 billion pieces of small-arms ammunition monthly. Some A -s require as many as 13 different materials and 105 manufacturing operations. In each, the measurements are correct 1o Ihe fraction o* a thousandth of an inch One common type of ammunition requires 10 parts. To produce one million bullets requires the manufacture of 10,000,000 parts Each of these has perfect measurements before a finished cartridge is shipped to the armed forces. WHY NOT eat SUNDAY DINNER at THEPARKINNHOTEL · The prices are very reasonable! DANCE at RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE "725 North Kentucky SATURDAY, FEB. 12 Mu.ic by MALEK'S ACCORDION BAND Admission 50c, Tax Incl. This group had been in training since May, 1943. Since the army air corps has no more need of men trained along these lines, the units at the university will not be replaced STATE l»fk *«*···« Kim, s DM tral if m. BUSTER CBABBE "Billy the Kid's Smok- ir Gum" "WINSLOW of the COAST GUARD" Tins C*rt«an _ MIDMTE SHOW' S A T U R D A Y N I T E AT NO EXTRA CHAKGE DANCING EVERY NIGHT C.me--Try Olr Dilieloi FM« Steaks - Frfed Chicken Home Barbecued Kiba Fried Fish per Iowa university, a smaU educational institution in the Hawkeye state, was functioning normally without a government contract. The institution has revised its course -offerings and its staff members are purchasing bonds to help in every way possible with the war effort. This information, stimulated tremendous newspaper, in- terest.m this area. Announcement is . now niade that KDKH, a broadcasting, station: in Dubuque will salute Upper Iowa university during it* "Maestro' of Rhythm" program from 10:30 to 11:30 a m Sunday. · ·: ' , President Smith expressed.him- self to congressmen^ while in Washington advocating the following features in pending legislation for service men: ' (1) State' control in' setting uo standards; (2) permission for the Special Saturday LUNCHEON ROAST TURKEY Dressing'. Cranberry Sauce Try,Our Eveninc Dinners 35% service men -to select their Institutions; (3) permission for the college to determine, within broad limits, its own requirements for admission and its own curriculum. . , . i Nutritionist at ISG to State Council job ^ Amw-Mrs. Huth Seaton Kicks, who has served as extension nu- ritionist at Iowa State college for the past 2 years, has been named executive secretary of the state " J*"^ 1 - "A. P. -Mabel chariman of -the.council ft Mrs. Hicks willi con- the nutrition organization ID Friday, Feb. II, W4i MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE: and program planning work that has been done in Dr. Nelson's office in the past. Under the new arrangement, Mrs. Hicks will be. helping organize nutrition councils in every county in the state. She will also help active chairmen organize and plan spring and summer activities in' connection with the duration program, "Food Fights for Freedom." ·H "TOO Starts SATURDAY Buy. War S»vin»s Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier toy. · t l · 17 C TI " «--Th lit 1 ' 5Ie,s!o s 1 TM CHILDREN lte° All tke Romq.ee, Excitement, Laughter And Hereic Sweep of American Girls in at the Fighting Front' . . »" j-^ DANCING CVCBX EVCNWO The Covered Wagon "Fireproof" "WHr» Fort b Kinr" W« Olu t« F»rti«. WHERE TO GO WjHAT TO DO DANCE AT THE (Fri.) Lynn Kerns Sot. \ Chuck HoU Sun. NEXT TUBS. TH£ '' GEMS " RAY PEARL'S ORCHESTRA COLUMBIA'S TOAST-- COAST T) COAST Featuring An Oufirandin 9 Group of Entertaintn, Including the "Three Jewell" . C O L B E R T · GOD OAR D · LAKE |£ PKQttDir we f/A/t OUMH IN STARIETTl #TH£ \CiOUDS [A COtUMiU MCJUI MCTUM END TODAY - "MR. MU6GS STEPS OUT/' EAST SIDE KIDS - "GHOST SHIP." RICHARD DIX STARTS ~ ^ · *^»am · MP SATURDAY jrOlTLL... SHUDDER-CHEER - GASP AND ROAR! When Henry Blazes a Trail It Really Gets t^ completed, the Frank-ford arsenal is not content. It has developed packing and shipping methods designed to Handle the cartridges with care until they reach their destination --a battlefield on the road to Tokyo or Berlin SATURDAT Ted Lewis and Bis Band "IS EVERYBODY HAPPJT" CO-HIT Richard t Arlen "SUBMARINE ALERT" Mit. S»t. 2:00 p. m. SUN. - MON. . TUBS. DOTTY out to win hit merit badge ... for romance...and when be gcti going, lh« Scout* know 2 SMASH HITS Special "MARCH OF TIME Novelty - Continuous Sunday 1 to 11 UATE SHOW SATURDAY NITE Mat. 21 c - Eve. 30c Plus Tox-All Child. 10c ,,....,...,__ «^I^HBI w DON'T M I S S T H I S BIG C O M B I N A T I O N! on the Dtsart Dunes! UOYD.COKMGAN ·oianiowstY FKANKPUGUA fHRVANZANOT A - Real - Fun - Show! NOW - PLAYING . Mason - City's - Best - Theater Late Show Sat. Nisht 19 p. in. IT'S - A - CURE - FOR - THE - BLUES! ~------·MM.«' --- STARTS - SUNDAY -UP-PERISCOPE! GRANT· GARHELD THI - YCAR'S - MOST - TIMELY PICTURE - HIT IT'S- ^MUST- SEE- SHOW a ...... ,,,.J WilS '4TM **R LOAN

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