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^ FRIDAY, JANUABY 5, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Rationing Calendar MEAT--The Boole No. 4 red slamps Q5, R5, S5, Ta. U5, V5, W5 and X5 now valid! PROCESSED FOODS--The Book No 4 blue stamps XS, Y5, Z5, A2, B2 CZ b' E2, F2 and G2 noiv valid. SHOES--Stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 on the airplane sheet In Book 3. are good indefinitely. SUOAIl--sump 34, labeled "Sugar" In Book 4. good lac 5 pounds, is now valid. Next stamp becomes valid Feb. 1. GASOLlNE-The 6 HA coupons are Â«ood for 4 gallons each through Marcn 21. The IsA coupons become valid March 22. B and C coupons good for a gallons each, B3 and C3 coupons no longer valid. FUEL OIL--Period 1, 2 and 3 coupons are valid throughout the heating season. NOTE--Blue and Red stamps in War book t worth 30 points each. Red tokens given In change for Red meal stamps. Certificates no longer needed for recapping truck tires. Certificates no longer needed to pur- - chase Inner tubes or to purchase used farm implement tires. Comir.erdal vehicle inspections every 6 months or every 5.000 miles, whichever occurs sooner. The Mason city war price and rationing office is open from 1 to 3:30 Monday through Friday and from 8:20 a. ra. to 12:30 p. m. on Saturday. Mason City Calendar Jan. 10--Mrs. Raymond Sayre, Aekworth, to speak at countywlde meeting at Â£ p. m, on Iowa school code. Jan. 12--Annual meeting ot Association for the Preservation of CJcar Lake at P. G. and E. auditorium at 8 p. m. Jin. 35--Jurors called for January term of district court. Jin. 18--Annual meeting of Winaebago council of Boy Scouts at Hotel Han- iord. Business session at 5:30 and banquet at 6:30. Jan. 23--Annual meeting of Cerro Gordo coimiy chapter oJ Red Cross at high school auditorium at 8 p. m. Feb. 5-5--Red Cross blood donor cl ior Cerro Gordo county at Y. M. C. A. in Mason City, !b, 26--Concert by James Melton, tenor sponsored by Mason City Community concert association. Salvage Calendar County Chairman, Earle K. Eehrend Women's Division. Mrs. H, D, Makeeve PAPER; Tie bundles securely, loose pa per in bags or boxes. Boy Scouts col Ject first Saturday at January Phone 200. TIN CANS: Remove, labels, clean, cu both, ends and flatten. Hold for futur pickup. Phone Mrs. Pendergraft, cit chairman, 44S3-J. For out of town col Sections call or write Ivan A- Barnes Foresters Bldg, Phone-1300. WASTE FATS: Deliver to your loca 'market. Two red points and 4c pe pou n d, City-wid e collect! on by Gfr Scouts and Cubs, Jan. 6. SAGS: Collect clean rafis and old cloth. Ing of all kinds. Leave at courthouse IBON: Farm scrap badly needed. Sell to dealer or give to salvage committee CONTAINERS: Cardboard containers c all kinds must be saved. Grocers wi' be unable to furnish cartons or sacks -as In the past. Use your own contain' when snoppln g. MOVIE MENU "Ente tura" ends Saturday, "French man's Creek" starts Sunday.' PALACE--"Tahiti Nifhts" and in the Bine room" end Friday. Arsene Xiipin" and "San Diego 1 You" start Saturday. STRAND--"Marshal ot Reno" and "Craz Knights" end Saturday. "Gmne M Way" starts Sunday. STATE--"Tartan's Desert Mystery" an "Devil Riders end Saturday. LAKE--"Call of the Jungle" and "Mys tery Man** now showlnc- "Arsenic an Old Lact" starts Sunday. HERE IN MASON CITY Farm loans tailored to yon needs- M. C. Loan Investment Co Mr. and Mrs. Oryille Sampson 1507 N. Pennsylvania, are parent of a daughter born Thursday a Mercy hospital. Am still selling J. R. Watkins Prod. Mrs-Ford, 404 6 S.E.Ph.4379 A daughter weighing 6 poune % ounce was born at mercy hos pital Thursday to Mr. and Mr. Donald Stork, Clear Lake. For wallpaper, Paynes. Ph. 245 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Horbe Lake Mills, are the parents of daughter weighing 7 pounds ounces, born at Mercy hospita Friday. Smoked turkey. Pan dressei ready for your oven, 65c pe pound. Phone 3053. A daughter weighing B pouix 8 J A ounces was born at Merc hospital Thursday to Mr. and Mr Delos Bailey, 1508 S. Carolina. Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Tracy 709 E. State, are the parents of daughter weighing 5 pounds ounces, born at Mercy hospita Thursday. A son Â»?Â«^ghing 7 pounds ounce was born at Mercy hospita Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Lloy Koci, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Montgomery 1164 Maple drive, are the paren of a son weighing 7 poundsW~ ounces, b o r n at Mercy hospits Thursday. , A 7 pound son ivas b o r n a Mercy hospital Thursday to M and Mrs. John Kavars, 648 S. Va Buren. Stunts Presented at Wilson Cub Meeting The regular monthly meeting o Pack 13, which is sponsored b the Wilson School P. T. A. wa held at the schoolhouse Thursda evening. Stunts included "Our Version a Sinatra Broadcast" by den I; stiff-legged race by den 2; demon stration of animal walks by den and a potato race by dens 4 an 5. Wolf awards were made to Die "Williamson, Gary Klempnaue Bob Bailey, Merle Michael; wo gold points to John Engler, Jac Gallagher and Jack Fithian; bea Jack Gallagher; bear gold poin Stanley Judd; Webelo, Gary Ebe ing. One-year service stars went Darrell Allbaugh, John Engler an Jack Gallagher; 2-yca- service sta to Stanley Judd; 3-year servic star to Alfred Gilbert; Den Chi one-year service star to Dick Mi ler and Allen Holmen. A graduation ceremony was he in which Gary Ebeling was re ceived into troop 8 by B. L. Mai scoutmaster, and Alfred Gilbe into Troop 13 by Cecil W. Abbot scoutmaster. Members of th troops were present to welcom them. The program was in charge Glenn H. Gilbert, Cubmaster. 11 JANUARY CALL OF INDUCTEES LEFT FRIDAY-Shown here are the men in the January call of inductees from local draft boards Nos. 1 and 2 who left Mason City early Friday morning on the 2:50 bus for Fort Snelling, Minn., wher% they will be classified as to branch of service. Board No. 1 sent 11 men as follows: Donald R. Lindquist, Charles B. Jackson (transferred to Oklahoma City, Okla.), Thomas W. Waddell, Henry G. Felker, Jessie A. Norris, Arthur E. Ackley, Lawrence E. Oeltjenbruns, Deland R. Springer, Duane'S. Springer, Richard E. Eibey and Robert E. Aastrup. . Board No. 2 sent John Kozak, Merlyn Ulrich and Harold Klemensen. Representatives from the Citizen's Victory Committee were present with the colors and send-off gifts for the men. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving) ., Collection of Greases Saturday ' Mason City Girl Scouts and Cubs will again make the rounds of residences in the community Saturday, collecting salvage fats. This, it was pointed out, is one sf the most convenient methods oÂ£ turning your waste kitchen fats over to the proper channels for the manufacturing of essential war materials. The grease should be in a tin or ice cream container and not in FJCT50, glass. Glass causes all sorts of dif ficulties in the processing program. Those who prefer to turn over their salvage fats to the meat dealers for 4 cents a pound and red points may do that. The important thing is to get it to the place where it can be used to win this war, Mrs. H. D. Makeover, county chairman of the women's salvage program, stated. . - J.L, FITZSIMMONS RITES SATURDAY Services to Be Held at 10:30 O'Clock Funeral services for Janies Lewis Fitzsiramons, 68, who died at his home, 641 S. Pennsylvania, about 1 p. m. Thursday, following an illness, will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home. Doctor Marvin B. Kober, pastor of the First Methodist church, will be in charge of the services. Mr. Fitzsimmons was born June 3, 1876, in Stockton, 111. He had resided in Mason City for the past 25 years. Surviving are 2 brothers, John Fitzsimmons, Dundee, 111., and Charles Fitzsimmons, Estacada, Ore., and 2 nephews, Cecil Fitzsimmons, Mason City, and Lyle Fitzsimmons, Floyd. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nell. Burial will be at the Clear Lake cemete_ry. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Services for Mrs. Jennie Steil Are Held on Thursday Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Steil were held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the First Christian church. The Rev. George p. Marsh officiated and burial was in Memorial Park cemetery. The pallbearers, all nephews of Mrs. Steil, were Earl Maves, Harold LaGasse, Don Helbling, Clarence Steil, Fred Krusemark and Clarence Krusemark. Mrs. S. L. Haynes and Mrs. Ivan Barnes sang "Beautiful .Isle ot Somewhere" and "Above the Bright Blue," with Mrs. Helen Dunn at the organ. Mrs. Al M. Halsor, Mrs. Raleigh J. Birch and Mrs. Alma Oulman had charge oÂ£ flowers. Ivan Barnes ushered. Out-of-town relatives presenl included Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ster and Mrs. Earl Ruth and daughter, Dinah, all of Kansas City, Mo.; Mr and Mrs. Milton Steil of St. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krusemark of Newport, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs Fred Krusemark of Minneapolis; Mrs. Lena Krusemark and Mrs George Mueller of Hastings, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Becker of Mankato, Minn. The McAuley anc Son funeral home was in charge. FIND MENTAL CASE West Union--Richard Marshall pleaded guilty to the charge of larceny of a motor vehicle, but before sentence was entered, it was reported by a commission appointed by the court that the defendanl was of unsound mind. He was ordered turned over to tho county attorney .for adjudication of the case. JUNIOR RED CROSS AT WORK--Among the projects undertaken by the Junior Red Cross of Cerro Gordo county during 1944 was the making of ashtrays from tin cans for patients in army and veterans' hospitals. Here are a group of Monroe junior high school students at work on their ashtrays. The Junior Red-Cross director of the Minneapolis- Hennepm county chapter, Mrs. Viola Thompson, and E. L. Gerard, industrial arts director, look on. * *' * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * -.;, All Schools in Red Cross URGES BILL FOR KEEPING RECORD OF VET GRAVES Committee Named by Post Commander to Draw Up Measure Clausen-Worden post of the American Legion at its January meeting Thursday night voted to present to.the Iowa legislature a suggested measure requiring cemeteries in the state/to keep records of service men. ^ The suggestion was presented by L. L. Raymond, chairman of the patriotic observance committee, who pointed out that in spite of efforts of veterans organizations to register graves of veterans, no complete record is possible unless cemeteries are required to record the information at the time of burial. Commander Fred Wilts was authorized by the post to appoint a committee to draw a proposed measure for. presentation to Senator Herman M. Knudson. He appointed Ralph Lloyd Jones, Mr. Raymond, B. R. Dunn and Leslie Boomhower. H. C. Patrick called attention to the fact that Roy B. Johnson, former commander of the local post, is being backed lor the office of state finance officer of the Legion. Mr. Johnson reported on Red Cross activities the past month, announcing that the annual meeting oÂ£ the Cerro Gordo county chapter will be held at the high school auditorium Jan. 29, that a blood plasma campaign is to be held Feb. 5 to 9 and that plans are under way for the annual war fund campaign in March under the chairmanship of R. F. dough Adj. Earl Walters reported the post membership now stood at C04, of whom 108 are World war II veterans. 30 Seconds Over Tokyo 0 North Iowa Premiere Here Hofstadter Rites Held Thursday With Burial at West Bend Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Hofstadter were held Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the First Methodist church in West Bend with the pastor, the Rev. T. L. Paul, officiating. Pallbearers were Maurice Stone, Dr. P. O. Donveiler, Axel Hansen, Henry Falb, Walter Falb and Raymond Wilson. A quartet consisting of Miss Mildred Jurgins, Miss Maxine Jacobs, Miss Dorothy Cram and Miss Elsie Maberry, sang "Lead, Kindly Light" and "Rock of Ages," accompanied on the organ by Mrs. D. M. Jordan. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home was in charge. 100 Per Cent Enrolled for 2nd Year For the 2nd. consecutive year, the schools of Cerro Gordo county are 100 per cent enrolled in the Junior Red Cross. Every pupil in every school has contributed . at least a penny toward activities of the organization, Mrs. Hob Roy Cerney, county chairman of the Junior division, announced Friday. The membership campaign was conducted through the individual schools with the principals in charge turning the proceeds over to Mrs. Cerney. Mason City's 14 public and 2 parochial schools, the 68 rural schools in the county, the 9 municipal schools and the parochial schools .at Rockwell and Dougherty--a total of 93 are enrolled. Activities of the Junior Red Cross have been carried on in the county for the past 5 years. During that time, school. children have made thousands of articles for men in base hospitals and aboard ships and, 1 -'more recently, have aided children their own age in war-devastated European coun tries. Hundreds of Christmas card: were shipped from chapter head' quarters here to be distributed by the Bed Cross among men of the armed forces for mailing to theii families. At present, 100 educational boxes are being prepared by Mason City school children for use in the re-established schools in liberated nations, including North Africa, Yugoslavia and Greece, as well as England. The boxes, a project suggested by the U. S. department of education, contain protractors, rulers, pencils, pens erasers and other articles needec by children who have had no schools at all for years. Each bo: will contain a card with the nam of each student who helped pack the box. This is a new Red Cross activity and Mason City is one o: QUALITY COALS Â· FIDELITY N U T . . . . $7.50 , Â· FURNACE CHUNKS $8.50 ] Â· WHITE ASH LUMP. $9.40 j Â· RED HEAT $9.75 Â· KENTUCKY STOKER $8.95 Â· PHONE 270 1 FARMERS ELEVATOR ' Mason City, Iowa he first places to take part, Mrs. Cerney said. Another Christmas project oÂ£ he Juniors was the packing of 216 Christmas boxes for children in England and France. Mrs.,Cerney's Junior Re'd Cross committee consists oÂ£ Mrs. H. J. 3runs, co-chairman; Mrs. S. F riesemer, Mrs. W. H. Nicholas Mrs. Meredith Temple and Mrs H J. Steinberg. ' ' Clarion--Fireman 1/c Oliver Sansen returned Tuesday to his base in Pensacola, F]a., following a visit at the home of his parents, vlr. and Mrs. E. O. Hansen. Miss Jean Hansen has returned to edar Rapids and Miss Virginia Sansen has reaurned to Cedar alls after the holiday recess. Secretaries, Typists May Serve Army The U. S. employment service is recruiting for applicants to take training in typing and stenography for duty in the army air forces ma- trial command at Wright field, Dayton, Ohio, according to C. W. Cowan, area war manpower director. Accepted applicants will receive 10 \veeks' training at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines, and will be paid while learning. Upon successful completion of the course, appointees will be assigned to stenographic or typist positions at Wright field. All applicants for the training course must be at least 17% years of age, and will be required to pass a regular U. S. civil service commission clerical aptitude test- Applications will be taken at the local U- S. employment service office, 19 3rd N. E. CECIL THEATER JAN. 18-24 -- V a n Johnson and Phyllis Thaxter are shown above as Lt. (now major) and Ellen Lawson in the film, "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo," which is to have its North Iowa premiere at the Cecil theater the week of Jan. 18 through Jan. 24. Austin McGough, Des Moines, representing Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, was in the city Thursday completing arrangements with Manager Tom Arthur for the showing of this * ilm, rated as one of M-G-M's reatest productions. The picture is based on Maj. Lav/son's popular book and the najor, himself, was present dur- ' ng the making of the picture as aart of Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer's effort to make the production en- irely authentic. The film, however, is not. a .ypical war picture. Not a gun shot is heard. It combines the story of one of the greatest air in history with the truly icart warming romance of Ted and Ellen Lawson. It is this love story that dominates the film, against thrilling scenes of bombers getting off from the deck oÂ£ an aircraft carrier and swooping down as they approach their target. Spencer Tracy plays the role of Lt. Col. (now lieutenant general) James H. Dpolittle, who led the famous mission. There is Robert Walker of "Hargrove" fame as Â· Cpl. (now staff sergeant) Thatcher and other prominent stars. The acting of Phyllis Thaxter, a brilliant newcomer to the screen, has received plaudits from critics everywhere for her performance as she depicts the role of one of the women who wait for their men to return from the most daring adventures of all time. Company E to See Itself in Movies Here Company E ol the Iowa state guard is to have a chance to see itself in action next Monday night at the regular drill period at tho Armory at 8 o'clock when moving pictures taken of the Mason City company along with other companies of the-2nd regiment in their various activities at Camp Dodge last July during the field training period there will be shown. The pictures were taken by Chaplain W.'Orr of DCS Moines, who, reports Capt. Leslie Whipple of the Mason City company, was "all over the place" and should have some action oÂ£ local interest. Company E is the first company in the 2nd battalion to be shown the pictures, which are being distributed so that they can be presented to the various companies of the 2nd regiment. Anyone interested is invited to attend, said Capt. Whipple. Newspaper advertisements for marine recruits were published in 3866. Nothing Like Buckley's For Bronchial Coughs--Stubborn Hang-On Coughs DTU0E Colds Famous Canadian Formula Now Being Made in U. S. A. Compounded from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, Menthol. Irish Moss and other nfTM 1 "TM i " fircdlpnte - Buckley's CANA- DIOl, Mixture (triple acting) is entirely different--more effective--quicker in action. f ?M A r Â«TÂ«r milHon boltlcs ol Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture, for Iriitatin K Bronchial Coughs due to Colds, have- been sold--proof that thousands of mothers in all these countries know its worth and would hardly dream oÂ£ facing \vinter without it. They know that Buckley's Mixture is all medication--no syrup- contains no dope. Your own druggist has this remarkable Canadian discovery--get a^ boUfc right away at Osco Drug Co.. rOrd-Hopkins Drug or any pood drug store and take it for more restful sleep tonight. You'll find it quickly loosens up thick choking phlegm, soothes raw membranes, makes breathing easier TAKE GOOD ADVICE--TRY BUCKLEY'S GR1NNELL COLLEGE announces that faculty representatives COL. C. W. PERKINS and MILDRED FOWLER FIELD will be in residence at the -- HOTEL CERRO GORDO -JAN. 5-12 Col. Perkins offers educational guidance to VETERANS and to parents of men and women now in service. Both Col. Perkins and Miss Field will be available for interviews with parents or students enrolling in college either in February or September. COL. PERKINS will visit Nora Springs, Rudd, Floyd, Osage, Charles City, Nashua, Rockford -- ARRANGE fOR INTERVIEWS BY CALLING HOTEL. MISS FIELD will visit Manly, Kensetr, Northwood, Clear Lake ond Sheffield -- ARRANGE FOR INTERVIEWS BY CALLING HOTEL. Grinnell Second Semester Registration, Jan. 25 1945-46 Registration Starts Sept. 17 College OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED At 3 P. M. SATURDAY, JAN. 6 During the Service for Mrs.' J. G. Van Ness, Mother of J. A. Van Ness Oirrie Van Ness Co Have Your Wife Meet You And eat your noonday luncheon at , The Hanford Coffee Shop. Many Mason City business men are doing that very thing now. Won't you join them for a quiet, restful hour and enjoy these fine lunches ranging in price from 45c up. Served from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. HOTEL HANFORD v !