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February 15, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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Charles City Globe-Gazette Church Society Plans Discussions of Peace Charles City--The W.S. C. S. of the First Methodist church met Thursday in the church parlors for its regular monthly business meeting. Mrs. Donald Kinch announced that there would be a series of Wednesday morning meetings to discuss "God and the Problem of Suffering," beginning March 1. Meeting will begin at j 9:30 and will close promptly at 10:30 a. m. All church women are invited to take part. Mrs. Grant reported a fine response to the stewardship plan oE supporting the women's work. After Mrs. Zastrow's committee I report on choir robes, the society voted to purchase new robes. Mrs. I I Taylor of the committee on local church activities reported that on Sunday evening, Feb. 20, a series o£ 5 weekly discussions on "Backgrounds for World Peace," will begin. · , Mrs. W. A.. Nee-land'"will lead the first discussion on "Social PLAN FARM LOAN GROUP MEETING Credit Co-Operatives of 3 Counties Are Invited Charles.City--Directors 'of the North Central National . Farm Loan association have set Thurs- dal, March 16, for the annual meeting of the association's mem-' bers. W. E* Wahrer, secretary- treasurer, said 712 M i t c h e l l , "^loyd, Worth and Cerro Gordo :ounty farmers will be invited as members of the North Central credit co-operative. Arrangements have been made [ Problems and Social Relations of the World." She will be assisted r/j by Sen. R. W. Zastrow, Mrs. El- rmer Waller, and Mrs. A. W. .jWalde. On Feb. 27, Omer Johnson · will discuss "Four Colors of IPeace;" March 5, Sophia Magd[sick will discuss "Education at the IPeace Table"; March 15, Dr. R. H. IKoenig wil talk on "Economics "Iind the Peace." The series will j^lqse on March 19 with a felldw- ,. S;hip supper at which Dr. Earl t j " B a k e r , district superintendent, will speak. .1 a. m. and this will be followed y a dinner at 12:30 p. m. The meeting and dinner will be at the at. Joseph's academy building in Mason City. E. N. Van Home, H-esident of the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, will speak to the nembers after the dinner. There will be other entertainment. PAPER NETS $39.27 Manly--Under the auspices o£ the United' Service Women, with Mrs. E. L. Smith as chairman, it has been reported that $39.27 was received from the last shipment of old paper. Dr. Edwards' Great Formula For CONSTIPATION Benefits Nation of Sufferers! Ever reel Like This? HEADACHE--NO PEP : MEHTULY OUU. UPSET STOMACH If liver bile doesa't flow every day. into Intestines--constipation often results. So take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ·tonight to pep up bile flow and insure gentle yet thorough bowel mcwe- ments.OIiveTablets being purely I'ejr- cfable, are wonderful! Used successfully lor years by Dr. P. M. Edwards for relieving patients with constipation and sluggish bile flow. Test Olive Tab- Jets tonight! Follow Jael directions. DR. EDWARDS', Doris Barker Marries D. W. Roberts,WaterIoo Charles City-- Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Barker, o£ Wichita, Kans., anr nounce the marriage of their daughter, Doris, to Dave W. Roberts, of Waterloo, formerly of Nora Springs and Charles City, which took place in Waterloo Saturday. Dave was one o£ the Charles City. Elks baseball club pitchers here in 1942, which won 2 pennants, the Northeast Iowa, and the Commercial league of Mason City. Both the bride and bridegroom were graduated from the Nora Springs high school and both attended Upper Iowa University at Fayette. For the past 5 months, the bride has been employed by o have the business meeting at I the Boeing Airplane company at Speaker Will Discuss Juvenile Delinquency Charles Cify--The Junior-Senior High School P. T. A. announced Monday that it obtained the Rev. C. H. Becker, who has a master of science degree in sociology from the Colorado^State college and who taught this subject that college for a number of years, to speak here at the high school Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. He will speak on "Juvenile Delinquency, a Challenge on the Home Front." The Rev. Mr. Becker for a few years was faculty counsellor and adviser for junior and senior students in the Colorado college and in 1940 he accepted the superin- tendency of the Lutheran Children's home at Waverly. In his talk here he will point out the significance of the delinquency problem as a national as well as a community problem and will attempt to point out some specific causes for juvenile delinquency and indicate some solution. He will also tell the experience of \some other countries in handling the problem, A short program by the speech department of the high school will be given and musical numbers are being arranged. Wichita, Before that, she was employed as a stenographer at Oelwein. Mr. Roberts was given a medical discharge from the U. S. army last October, after" having served in the South Pacific war zone. Since that time he lias been em- p\oyed by the John Deere tractor company at Waterloo. The couple plans to ]ive in Waterloo until April 1, at which time Mr. Roberts will leave for Lyr.ehburg Ca., where he starts spring training with the St. Louis Cardinals Virgil Lincoln Dies; Services at Allison Charles City--Virgil C.' Lincoln, 36, died Sunday at a Los Angeles Cal., hospital where he had beer a patient for several weeks. Mi- Lincoln worked at the Oliver Farn Equipment company -plant ii Charles City everal'years ago. He is a brother of Merle Lincoln o Charles City and Winthrop Lincoln of Moline. 111. Funeral arrangements both in Los Angeles and Charles City are in charge of the Hauser funeral home. Burial will be made in the family lot at Allison. : Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations ACKLEY--Local W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday afternoon in the home o£ Mrs. Anna French. ACKLEY--Aekley annual fireman's ball will be given Thursday evening at the American Legion hall. ACKLEY--Marion Sleele Chapter D. A. R. will meet Wednesday evening in the home o£ Mrs. C. J. Doepke. ALEXANDER--The Reformed Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the church basement. I O W A FALLS--The United Service Women will hold a work meeting in the assembly room ot the city hall Wednesday evening. The members aj'e piecing wool quilts to be sent to navy hospitals. IOWA FALLS--Miss Mary H. Bliss will entertain the members of the Garden, club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. B. E. Purcell will give a history of gar- I Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1914 5 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE dening, and Mrs. J. W. Capwell will speak on "Indoor Gardens." FERTILE--The . F e d e r a t e d Study club will meet at the home of Mrs. Gaylord Prestholt, Feb. 22. ALEXANDER--The U n i t e d church society will meet Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Carrie Peters. Deserter,of Family Sentenced, Paroled Cresco--Richard . Regan, who has been held in the Howard county jail at Cresco since the latter part of January ou a charge of deserting his family, was sentenced Friday by Judge T. II. Go- hecn of Calmar, in district court at Cresco, to a jail term of C months, then paroled to County Sheriff Percy Haven with instructions to support his family or s u f f e r the consequences. Three billion tons of soil arc washed from the fields oE America in a year. SALVAGE BOMBER--Members of Co. K Iowa State Guard are shown here assisting army engineers .with the wreckage of the B-47 army bomber that crashed 4 miles west of Dubuque. One of the plane's 4 motors is in the right foreground. Takes Advanced Pilot Training at Carlsbad St. Ansgar--Aviation Cadet Paul E. Kittlcson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. KHtleson, of St. Ansgar, has reported at Carlsbad, N. Me.x., for advanced flight training in high level bombardiering and dead- reckoning navigation. On graduation he will be awarded his silver bombardier's wings and will be ready for active' duty as an officer in the* army air forces. Canada has approximately 34,450 women employed in mining, logging, transportation, communications and building trades. DOCTOR SELLS OFFICE Waucoma--Dr. J. M. Smittle, practicing physician here tor 40 years, who is in very poor health, has sold his 4 room o f f i c e building and garage located on north Main street, to Paul Schlicte, operator o£ the Schlicte cafe, price $1,000. The office will be used as a residence for the family. Colds 9 Throat Soreness Makes Gargling Popular Irritated Painful Throat Feeling Quickly Relieved This wave of. colds is bringing huskiness, hoarseness ami raspy, irritated feeling in voice that many throats. Colds' coughing-"only aggravates the feeling;, but 2 tablets of St. Joseph Aspirin dissolved in a glass of warm water, then gargled r 'swiftly reduces that soreness. So keep plenty of St. Joseph Aspirin on hand now--to help ease pain in colds' adiing bodies and muscles, to relieve colds' headache, causing you to rest better. Never ask for just aspirin, but be sure to demand and get genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest seller at lOc. Many are buying the larger sizes, 3ti tablets 20c, 100 for 35c. Always look oti the box and on each genuine pure aspirin tablet inside, for the nationally famous name--"St, Joseph". FATHER FARRELL SPEAKS Emmelsburjr--father Farrell of the LaSalette college, Lake Okoboji, was the chief speaker at the annual Knights o£ Columbus father and son dinner in the basement of St. Thomas church, Emmetsburg, Sunday evening. The attendance was 225. TURNBALL-FEKESTENBUKG Charles City: -- Miss Mildred Ferestenburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Ferestcnbcrg, of Waverly, and Robert Turnball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green, of Nashua, were married in Minneapolis, Saturday evening, Feb. 5, by the Rev. Luther Roseland in the chapel of the Central Lutheran church. They were attended by Clitfe Bouton and Harold Hackett, both of Minneapolis. A reception, given by friends, followed the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Turnball wili make their home Minneapolis. The bridegroom formerly was employed in Charles City prior to going to Minneapolis. - R A I L R O A D E R WITH A WILL TO "CARRY ON" · War days are busy days for "North Western" agents.- J. T. Lane at Centerville, South Dakota, is an example. When this 31-year service man isn't selling tickets, or arranging for the shipment of grain or live stock, he's doing any one of a dozen other jobs; Agent Lane's thoughts, when not on. his work, are occupied with something even closer to his heart--his four boys wearing the fighting uniforms of Uncle Sam; Alan, now in Sicily, went through the North African campaign. Claire's in the Air Corps and at present is an instructor at Chanute Field. Leo, who for 1 three years was a "North Western" tulegrnph operator, is in the Naval Air Force somewhere in the Pacific. Maurice is in training at Camp Kohlcr, California. Lane's working philosophy is a wholesome one. Realizing he is an essential unit in America's rail transportation, he's determined to make every working moment count in the Tight for Freedom. Even though miles from the fighting front, he realizes his efforts, plus those df every other railroad worker, count tremendously in the part transportation is playing in winning the war. So to members of "North Western's" family and to all other patriotic railroaders we say--you're doinc a cceat job CARRY ONI S E R V I N G A M E R I C A IN W A R A N D P E A C E FOR A L M O S T A C t N T U R Y Chorles City Briefs Charles City--Funeral services for Nathan B. Dobbs, who died in the Cedar Valley hospital here Saturday morning will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at Gross- inann's chapel, with the Rev: A. A. Burr officiating. Interment will be in Riverside cemetery. District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Saturday issued marriage licenses to Eldon F. Trogc, :0, Charles City, and Beatrice Ann Hicks, 13, Minneapolis; and Ralph McGrath, 31, Greene, and Gail Parker, 24, Marble Rock. Weekend births at the Cedar Valley hospital included a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Nobcrt Diesburg of Marble Rock, and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smilh, Jr., of Ionia. Mrs. Robert Reed received word that her husband, Warrant Officer Robert Reed, has arrived safely somewhere in England. The general meeting of · the Charles City Women's ciub Tuesday afternoon in the St. Charles hotel, was preceded by a board meeting at 2 o'clock. The program included music by a women's sextet and a review of the play, "The Patriot" by Mrs. Hugh Buffam ot Cedar Falls. Mrs. Buffam appeared on the club program years ago and several members expressed a desire to hear hei again. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Zbornik and son, Jimmy Joe. left Sunday night for their home in Sheffield Ala., following a 2 weeks' visit with Mrs. Zbornik r s parents, Dr and Mrs. J. *,. Salsbury. They wil stop enroutc in Chicago for a few days. Excelsior Chapter No. 51, O. E S., was to meet Tuesday cvenin; at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple There was to be a social hour anc refreshments. The social committee consists of Irene Bryan, W. J Bryan, Florence Von Berg, Alice Hauser, Reca Cole, Hattie Lindaman and Christine Burnett. The girls club o£ the American Legkm were to meet in their new quarters at 300 Ferguson .street Tuesday night. The Juniors also" were to meet. St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Episcopal church will meet will Mrs. Joe Scger. 708 Wisconsii street, Wednesday at 2 p. m. Roberta M. Bonsall. yeoman third class ot the United Stale, coast guard women's reserve, recently completed her training a; yeoman at the SI'AR training sta tion. Palm Beach, Fla.. and is nov assigned to active duty in Balti more, Md. TOWN FOK SALE Millican, 'Ore., CU.PJ--The town of Millican, whose single resident service station and airport were part of no-man's land during Fourth Corps maneuvers last fall is up for sale. Millican recent]; lost its postoffice because of th age of its resident postmaster, W A. Rahn. who has been its on!} citizen since the town was estab lished 24 years ago. Rahn said hii health was failing and he intendet to leave the high Central Oregon desert and move to the coast. 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