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onneberg Appointed to U. S. ar Food Advisory Group State Brand Creameries Ml Producing But Show 13 Per Cent Drop in'44 U teu Do Hut BcceiTe r»p«r Before 6:30 p. m. Call I3» 'I 2K CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE 1 DEADLINES: 11 a. m, (or _ * and Ati 6 p. m. fox ~ Ktwt Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 307 West Main St. ppointment of A. L. Honne;, Mason City, manager o£ the a State Brand creameries,j as nember of the national war 1 advisory committee was rc- [ed here Tuesday, he 11 man committee meets ithly in Washington, D. C., to ise the war food adrm'nistra- i and the office of price ad- istration concerning f o o d blems. Iowa has 2 member!; on nationwide committee, the er being Clarence Neilson, In- ndence produce dealer, he local butter inarkeiiiii: curative has not been so serious- illectefl by the drop in butter duction as have Minnesota ·its, reported the manager, imenting on the report that 40 Minnesota's 850 creameries e quit business, owa State Brands have taken '.}5 per cent drop in butter pro- ;-Uion compared with a year ago, '.} estimated, but its' 83 member ^ --leries are still producing, drop in production was ,j=ed, he said, 'by the dispersal fiuiny dairy herds because of [ manpower shortage. e called attention to the many li sales and reported that many ly cows are giong to the pack- iind most of Ihe rest to small- *erds from which the butter- Jdoes not reach the cream- ·05. ' · neveral of the member cream- cs have built or are building Ik drying plants as an addi- {nal source of revenue and in ( -!ie with the government's desire ;' utilize fully all milk products, jr. Ronneberg reported. [Organi [jioy Scout Troop 3 izes Victory ;'atrol of 37 Members i; Placing of 37 stars on a service [lag iu honor of 32 former Boy ||;outs and 5 former scoutmasters ll-as the feature of the parents' lad scouters' nigli't'held by troop fi at Monroe school Monday eve- liing. There was also one gold |j:ar for Stephen Kcrchoff, killed . _. those honored "by iclusion iu the Victory patrol of ..'uop 3 were given cards sianily- Ilig that their sons had been reg- Ijitered Boy Scouts ot Hie troop. Ifhe program followed a potluck ['inner attended by 80 persons. J William Peterson, chairman of I'he Kiwanis club committee which liponsors the troop, was in charge Jf the program, assisted by Roger -".atton, · neighborhood commis- Itloner. Mrs. W.' P. Butler was in llharge of the dinner arrange. . Scoutmaster H. E. Van Essen .."We a short talk 'on the benefits tit scouting to the boys. The meet- ijig closed with the scoutmaster's ij'snediction by the entire troop. [Henry 0. Schutz Rites Be Held Wednesday · KiFuneral services for Henry Otto /W.hutz, 50, are to be hold Bednesday afternoon at 2:30 '.-fclock at the Patterson funeral !,"home with the Rev. Oswald E. G. '·'Mall, pastor of St. James Luth- ';eran church, officiating. Burial is i' to be in Clear Lake cemetery. Mr. : Schutz, who lived at- 321 2nd S. W., died Monday morning, at a ·'; local hospital. HAS 1QOTH BIRTHDAY St. Louis, (IP)--When nurses at the Masonic home awoke Mrs. Elizabeth Frances Truxell on her 100th birthday Tuesday, one of them told'her: "The man from the paper is coming to take your picture." Mrs. Truxell was silent for a · moment. Then she arose and said: '·What! In my nightgown'.'" SAME BULLET WOUNDS2YANKS Jap Officers Shot Own Men to Halt Surrender By CHAHLES AKSOT A U. S. Army Hospital, Somewhere in Hawaii, Feb. 14, ttl.R)-- Two U. S. army sergeants, who were Wounded by the same bullet, revealed that Japanese officers shot their own men in the back to prevent them from surrendering to troops ot the seventh army division during the final hours of Kwajalein. 1 The 2, S/Sgt. Lawrence R. Hudson, 19, of Sacramento, Cal., and Sgt. Edward F. McGlihn, 29, Northomc, Minn., have boon buddies for 3 years and figured it was only natural that they were wounded at the same time. The bullet went through McGlinn's back, through Hudson's shoulder and then struck Pic. Albert Davis, Spanish Fork, Utah. All are recovering. "The Japs were screu'y," said Hudson, who is credited with killing probably a. dozen enemy soldiers. "They would run out o£ a dugout," Hudson added, "some carrying their clothes in their hands to show they were not armed, and always looking back. It seemed they feared being shot in the back if they tried' to surrender. Some would even flop on the ground, burying their faces in the dirt." -Hudson, together with McGlinn, told how 3 of an estimated 20 Japanese, cornered between' 2 dugouts, came out in the open and paraded back and forth while the Americans held their fire: "They seemed to want to surrender and appeared to be testing: us," Hudson said. "Then some Jap --probably an officer--fired a shot, and we opened up and mowed 'em down. We had no choice." One of the most unusual stories of the campaign came from Pvt. Merrial Kettle, 21, Afton, Okla. He was advancing to the front one night and heard a rustling under some palm leaves. When he received no answer to his shouts ot "como out," Kettle fired H times. An investigation showed he had killed B scrawny hogs. He later was wounded in the chest after killing a Japanese. Pfc. Clotus Wittrmin, 20, o£ St. Paul, Minn., considers himself one of the luckiest of his outfit. He had just fired mortars which helped to halt a Japanese counterattack when the bugle call sounded. As he started off, an enemy mortar shell landed a few yards away, knocking out him and two buddies, but Wittman escaped with only a fragment in the right arm. MUSTERING-OUT BLANKS ON HAND Service Men, Women Apply to Forde Lee- Clear Lake--Service men and women seeking "mustering-out" payments may obtain the necessary blanks for making application from Forde Lee, service officer of Stafford Post No. 222, American Legion, it was announced Saturday. Men or women honorably discharged from the army, navy, marine corps or coast guard may obtain these blanks from Mr. Lee. Members of the WACS, WAVES, M A R I N E S and SPARS are eligible and should apply in the same manner as male members of the services. Members of the Women's Army Auxiliary corps are not eligible unless discharged because of disability. All officers under the rank o£ captain 'in the army and marine corps or lieutenant senior grade in the navy and coast guard are eligible. Not eligible are men over 33 years discharged upon their own request to accept employment, unless he is a man who has served outside the continental limits of the United States or in Alaska, Lake C. of C. Host to 500 at Surf Party Clear Lake -- The 2nd annual "Home Town" party at the Surf ballroom Monday evening was attended by about 500 persons and was a most successful affair, it was stated Tuesday. The party, sponsored by the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce, was given for traveling men and others living in Cleat- Lake but employed elsewhere, and their wives. Dr. A. B. Phillips, mayor of Clear Lake and chairman of the committee, with Mrs. Phillips anc D. H. Garvin, welcomed the guests at the door. Others on the comniittee were T. J. Farnan Keith McGowan, Arthur Johnson and H. H. Crane. The facilities of the Surf ballroom were reserved for the use of the guests and Carl Bean's orchestra, Mason City, played for dancing. mea whose total service was as a Clear Lake Briefs A class of 5 will take the initiatory degree of the Odd Fellows at the regular session of lodge No. 187 at I. O. O. F. hall Feb. 21. The following week the Mason City degree team student detailed tor training in any branch of the service, those discharged to enter the military, navul or coast guard academies or those whose only service was as a cadet at the academies and those receiving retirement pay.. Eligible .veterans with less than 60 days of service will receive $100, those with more than GO clays o£ domestic service only, S200 in" 2 payments and those with service overseas or in Alaska S300 in 3 payments. Further particulars may learned from Mr. Lee. give first degree work at Clear Lake. We can hire one good boy for a profitable Globe-Gazette carrier route today. Apply at Clear Lake office. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Petersen A. L WISTEY IS MARRIED FEB. 6 Lorene Safourek Is Bride of Lake Man Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. Victor Safourek, South English, announce the marriage of theii daughter. Miss Lorene, to A. L Wistey, U. S. N. R., son of Mrs Louisa Wistey, 1004 S. 4th street Tile wedding took place Feb. 6 at 3 o'clock at the home of th bride's parents, the double rin ceremony being performed by th Rev. R. L. Brown. Attendant were Mrs. E. F. Jacobs, Klemme, sister of the bride, and H. L. Safourek, Buffalo, brother of the bride. Miss Safourek was attired in a tailored suit of powder b)ue with brown accessories and wore corsage of jonquils and white apdragons. Site also wore a ouble locket gold bracelet with avy insignia, a gift of the bride- ·oom. Mrs. Jacobs wore a lail- ·etl brown suit with matching ccessories and a corsage of orchid is. Following the ceremony a wed- ng dinner was served. Among ic guests were the bridegroom's lother. Mrs. Wistey; Mrs. Jacobs nd son, Dean; Elwyn Jacobs, impson college, Indianola; Mr. nd Mrs. H. L. Safourek and son, enny, Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. H. . Griffin, Riverside, and Mr. and Irs. Bruce Cheney, -South Eng- J. A. Champlin Aids Barnett From Water Clear Lake--Bill Barnett, 17, who resides at 1103 \V. 2nd street, was saved from drowning by the o.uick thinking and action of J. A. Champlin, 1101 W. 2nd street, last Friday evening, it has been learned. Mr. Barnett, who moved to Clear Lake recently from D e s Moines, was walking on the ice J /i of a mile out from shore about fi:30 o'clock when Mrs. Champlin, looking fjjom her window, saw him disappear into the water through a hole in the water newly be INCOME TAX Service Bureau 213 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. TELEPHONE 1026 Camden Imposes Ban on Children at Movies C'amticn, X. .T., iit'i -- Children under 14 were barred Monday night from attending any Camden movies' unless accompanied by an adult. ''A study has revealed that many child offenses stem from incidents in motion picture houses," said County Prosecutor Gene R. Mariano, who authorized the ruling "It must be stopped." Entertain Parents at Annual Dinner Party Clear Lake -- Boy Scout troop 30 held the annual parents' night and dinner at the Methodist church Monday evening in honor ol Scout week with GO persons attending. Scout demonstrations and aames formed the entertainment. AH members received their 1944 certificates of membership and Hoger Shelp and Donovan Cook tenderfoot pins. Scoutmaster, Willis Miller; James Hanson, assistant leader, and the Scott committee, Ralph Ott, chairman, and Gerald .Treu, Lyle Stevens and Ward Smiley and all parents were introduced. Sunday morning the troops with leaders and committee attended the church service honoring Scout week. Kenneth Miller, senior patrol leader, led the troop in the Scout oath and the audience and troop in the pledge of allegiance. Dick Patterson and Cleworth Edgar sang. Plans for a first aid contest were made by troop 17 at junior high school. Problems are to be given out in sealed envelopes and Scouts are to perform first aid as the need indicates. The new opening ceremonies were used. Sea Scoujs met with F. G. Drew in charge and spent the time working on tests. GIRL SCOUTS PLAN TEAS Girl Scouts of troop 5 held a valentine party after school Monday and planned the menu for the Washington tea to be held Feb. 2G at 2 o'clock in the high school home economics room. Brownie troop met at the Lincoln school and held a valentine box and worked on napkins and nametags for the mothers' tea to be held Saturday from 3 to 4 o'clock at the library clubroom. Games were played. The hospitality committee includes Rose Ann Cooper and Shirley Rowc: tea have moved to the Ray Sherman farm and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christiansen from the Bruchner farm to their own farm purchased from Sam Villadsen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zirbel have moved to the Bruchner farm. The Misses Elaine Kimball and Eila Jane Davies have gone to Los Angeles, Cal., where thej plan to visit the former's aunt, Mrs. Ralph Conklin. for a 'time. Sir. and Mrs. Paul Palmer have word that their son, Paul Palmer Jr., seaman 1/c, landed last Friday at Savannah, Ga., after being out 4 ',· months. The Palmers visited his wife and daughter, San dra Kay, at Clarion over the weekend, returning Sunday. Thej also have word that another son Pvt. Wiltard Palmer, who is ill a the airfield at Amarillo, Texas is better and now out of tin hospital. United Service Women's club will meet Friday at 2 o'clock a Legion hall for a work session. Harold Murray, seaman 1/c, ha been transferred from Toledo Ohio, to Los Angeles, Cal., wher he will take aviation accounting Mrs. Murray has learned. He le Toledo Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Chris F. Jacobse received a wire Monday iron their son, Sgt. Bynum Jacobsen at Los Angeles, Cal., stating tha because of priorities he had t give up his plane seat Sunday an now expects to arrive Thursday i Des Moines. Mrs. Anton Christiansen \vas Sunday dinner guest of Miss So phie. Nielsen and both spent th Buy AVar Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazelle carrier" boy. committee, Peggy Billman, Rogcnc Baughtnan. Cleo Kocourck and Marlcnu Mutidt. and the decoration commitee, Loreen Alorlet?,. Sallie Carroll, Sandra Davis and Amy Arneson. evening at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Ole Henriksen. sh. Immediately following the inner Mr. and Mrs.. Wistey left or Clear Lake to spend several ays with the bridegroom's lother. | Mrs. Wistey has been employed the olfice of the English Vol- eys' Co-Operative Creamery at \ T orth English the last 3 1 ,-. years .nd returned to her work there ilonday. Before entering the service Oct. .9, 1942, Mr. Wistey was factory ·eprcsentative of Associated Man- ifachirers, Incorporated, Wator- oo. He. returned from the south Pacific Oct. 5 and entered the U. S. naval 'hospital at Oakland, being transferred later to Shoemaker, Cal. He left Monday ifternoon for the U. S. naval hos- lital at Philadelphia, Pa., and his iride left for North English. fAtahj.Fi formed ice along the edge of old ice in the lake. She told her husband who, quick as a flash, ran out to the edge of the old ice and was able to reach Mr. Barnett and help him up out of the water. Mr. Barnett can swim some and was able to keep himself afloat. He was taken at once to the Champlin home and placed in a tub of warm water to prevent chill and seemed none the worse for his experience. It is estimated he was in the lake less than 2 minutes. Mrs. Champlin called neighbors, the police, fire department and ambulance but by the time they arrived the rescue was completed and the victim in the tub. Authorities warn that, although the lake is again frozen over, it is by no means safe at all points as thin places are found ' at the juncture of the old and new ice. It was only because Mr. 'Barnett was seen by Mrs. Champlin and by the prompt action of Mr. Champlin that a drowning was, in this instance, averted. The next one may not be so fortunate, authorities warn. "PACIFIC ISLES" IS LESSON TOPIC Mrs. T. E. Sondrol Is Study Club Leader Clear Lake--Mrs. T. E. SoniJrol presented a lesson on "Islands ot the Pacific" for Progress club members who met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Pryor Monday. Mrs. Sondrol spoke particularly of the islands as outposts for the defense ot the United States. Mrs. Ralph Replogle will entertain Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ransom entertained the Poultry* Improvement association with their daugh- r, Mrs. Lloyd Walters, and son, rry,'Annandale, Minn., and Mr. Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1314 7 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Parking Lot Operator Pleads Guilty to Part in Minors' Delinquency Omaha, '-- Sol Weiner, 30, ter Lai'! _ and Mrs. H. D. Backhaus as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rushia presented a program on the care of poultry and a guessing contest. Mrs. Orren Porter entertains March G with the Ransoms arranging the program. Mrs. pthilie Hosband was in- 1 stalled finance officer of the Navy Mothers club at Legion hall and plans were made for a work session Feb. 3. Mmes. Hannah Prest- hoit and S. J. Hammond served. Mrs. Howard Lamm gave the lesson on "Art" for Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at a Mrs. Omaha auto parking lot operator, entered a plea of guilty Tuesday through his attorney to charges of contributing to the delinquency of minors. Werner was accused o£ permitting a group o£ "teen-age girls to drive aulos parked at the lot by customers. District Judge Herbert Rhoades took the matter under advisement. The girls involved, one 16, one 15 and three 14 years old, testified they had taken cars many times from the lot with Weiner's permission. Four of the girls have, been released by juvenile authorities to their parents, while the fifth is being detained at a convent. George at the home, of Williams. Plans were Fete Service Men at Family Gatherings C l e a r L u k c--Mr. and Mrs. Lester Aiichampauch entertained a group of relatives at dinner at their home Saturday evening and Mrs. Sena Long the same group Sunday evening complimentary to Cpl. James H. Myers and buddy, Cpl. Harold Stroud, Camp McCoy, VIis., who spent the weekend in Clear Lake. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Myers and daughter, Mrs. Irene Aske, and her son, Duane; Mr. and Mrs. David Broer, Miss Mary Ellen Olson and Dick Hanson, Clear Lake, and Miss Virginia Manning, Mason City. made for a card parly in conjunction with the meeting at the home of Mrs. F. L. Knutson Feb. 28. Mrs. Lamm will assist Mrs. Knutson and Mrs. Williams will give the lesson. Mrs. James King led devotions, Miss Olga Jacobsen gave the topic and Miss Lucille Olson spoke on "Our Altar" for the L. D. H. program at the home of Doris Erickson. Erickson, The girls' trio, Doris Barbara Crump and Lola Kimball, sang "The Prayer ot Hansel and Crete!." The Misses Maxine Christenson and Irene Floy were guests. Eleanor Olson, Ventura, is hostess March 13. 2 INJURED IN FONDA BLAST Fonda, (fP}--Two men were badly burned in an explosion and fire that wrecked the Chevrolet service shop here Monday night. They are Harley Smith, 32, and his brother-in-law, Robert Christenson, 25. Both men suffered severe 2nd and 3rd degree burns on,the face, hands and body and were reported in serious condition in a Fort Dodge hospital Tuesday. Cause of the blast was not determined. Fire which followed badly damaged all equipment and stock in the garage. Alden Emmert, owner of the business, was unable to estimate total amount of loss suffered in the fire. Armorers at the metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, used centuries old tools to aid army orRhance engineers in improving 8 CARS DERAILED Primghar, (IP) -- Four refrigerator cars loaded with meat and 4 empty cars of an Illinois Central freight train were derailed 4 miles west of here Monday night. Near- flyers' body armor and helmets. 1 up. ly half a mile of track was lorn Sponsor Bundles for America Card Benefit Clear Lake--A public card party for the benefit of the Bundles for Americ;l project sponsored by the national service department oC the Clear Lake Woman's club will be held Friday at 2 o'clock at the library clubroom with Mmes. Mark Brooks, Seymour Hall and E. E. Thompson in charge. Proceeds will be used for the purchase ot materials for layettes and other expenses. Each person bringing a foursome is requested to bring a card table. Prizes will be given and refreshments served. Try This Old Home-Mixed Cough Relief. Surprising! FBI AGENT SPEAKS Des aioines, (ff)--K. J. Briden- slein, special agent of the FBI, told the D. A. R. chapter here Monday that "some action on the youth problem must be taken if we are not to have a generation lost beyond any generation in the history of the world." He urged parents to support social centers for young people. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--Service men's prayer meeting, W. N. Hill home, 500 W. Division street, 10 o'clock. Clear Lake--Shipping association, Methodist church, noon. Park chapter No. 35. O. E. S., Masonic temple, 12 o'clock; school, 1 o'clock: dinner, 6:30 o'clock; chapter, 7:30 o'clock. Lions club. Legion hall, 12:15 o'clock. W. C. T. U., Mrs. C. A. Knutson, 410 N. 4th street. Dorcas circle. Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. John Eliasen, 315 N. Elm street. Brownie troop, junior high school, 4 o'clock; Girl Scout troop 2, 4:15 o'clock. Boys' inlramurals, high school gym, G:30 o'clock. Do Your Bit club, A. R. Cain home, evening. Union Township Farm Bureau, Lakeside church; 8 o'clock. William B. Fankell, Flight Officer, Here to Visit His Parents Clear Lake -- Flight Officer William B. Fankell arrived Monday from Williams Field, Chandler, Ariz., to spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fankell, 523 Carlton street. Officer Fankell was graduated at Williams Field Feb. 8, receiving his silver wings and appointment as flight officer. He reports at Minter Field, Bakersfield, Cal., Feb. 22. Officer Fankell, a f o r m e r Globe-Gazette carrier boy, was graduated from Clear Lake high school in 1942, spent Ihe following summer in Alaska with "the Sears Construction company and entered the service Feb. 2, 1943. He went first to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., then to Beloit. Wis., and in May to Santa Anna, Cai., where he classified for pilot training and received pre-flight instruction. He received primary training at Hemet, Cal., basic ai Merced, Cal., and advanced at Chandler. Officer Fankell spent last week Wednesday at the J. C.Dehrhome in Phoenix, Ariz., having dinner with the family, formerly of Clear Child Could Make It. No Cooking. Big Saving. You may not know it, but, in your o\vn kitchen, you can cosily prepare u. really surprising relief for coughs due to colds. It's old-fashioned--your mother probably used it--but for real results, it can't bo beaten. First, maka a. syrup by stirring : cups granulated sugar and one cup of water a few moments, until dissolved. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup No cooking needed. It's no trouble Then ect 254 ounces ot Pinex from any druggist. TliLs is a special compound oC proven ingredients, in. concentrated form, w e l l k n o w n for prompt action in throat and bronchial irritations. .Put the I'inex: into a pint boltlo. and add your syrup. Thus you make, full pint of really splendid cough syrup, and you jietabout lour times as much for yourmaney. It nevcrspoils, and children love, its pleasant taste. And for viuick relict, it's a -wonder, Itloosensthe- phlefjm,soothes the Irritated membranes, eases the soreness, and makes breathing ensy. If not pleased, your money will be refunded. Funeral Service Held or Verne Baker, 64 Clear Lake--Funeral services or Verne Baker, B4, who died at is home. Sunny Crest Farm, in ake township early Sunday of a eart attack, were held at the lethodist church Tuesday after- oon, A prayer at the home pre- eded rites at the church. The Rev. Thomas B. Collins, aslor, conducted the service and urial was in Clear Lake ceme- ry. Williams' funeral home!was n charge. Mmes. L. E. Jacobson and Wilis Miller, accompanied at the or;an by Mrs. Harry Mason, sang When They Ring Those Golden 3ells for You and Me" and "One iwcctly Solemn Thought." Flow- rs were arranged by Mmes. Har- ·ey and Waller Wood and S. A. Vatls, Pallbearers were Charles Ran- om, Frank Rich, Frank Daker, Valter Atkinson, S. J. Ott and E. E. Studyvin. Lake. Other guests at the Fankel home are Miss Betty Bunion, De? Moines. and Miss Wauneta Fankell, who has a secretarial position in Washington, D. C. In Packages and Tea Bag* / at Your Grocer's · A D I O M I C H E A R I N G A I O COMPUTE vmu ctrsTAi motor HON^ MMATVtE *ADK TUMS »KO lATTBtKi Dr. J. H. Leflper, Opt. 2S lit St. S. K. Ma.on Cil.r. la. Entertains Friends at Joint Birthday Party Clear Lake--Lcc Ann and lla K. Enabnit entertained 17 school mates at the home o£ their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Enabnil Saturday afternoon at a join birthday party. The girls are 6 am 10 years old respectively. The Um was spent in playing games ani lunch, including 2 large birthda cakes, was served at the close, t number of birthday gifts were re ceived. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appre eiation for the many acts of kind ness and expressions of sympath given us during our recent be reavemcnt.--Mrs. F. M. Mcincck and family. Buy War Savings Bonds an Stamps from your Globc-Gaxetl carrier boy. 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