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February 16, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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g Wednesday, Feb. 16, 19*4 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE U.S. Removes Free Choice in Education Iowa City--Elastic changes in the tradtionally f r e e American universities and colleges will be wrought if some of the proposed federal legislation is passed, be- lietfes Dr. Walter A. Jessup, president-emeritus of the University of Iowa and now president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The .former Iowa executive, in his report for the year Quoted by the Associated Press, said that some of. the proposals for federal support of education, students, and scientific research and li- /braries may find much favor in a nation regimented for war. "Whether for the human spirit Ton breathe freer almost Instantly *5 Just 2 drops Pentftro Nose Drops open your, cold- cloned nose to «iye your heid cold air. cvitfon: UK only as the'gain in added efficiency and simplified economy will outweigh the loss in individual initiative arid freedom to make mistakes, only time can tell. The prime question is whether our intellectual future shall be immobilized at a planned efficiency or free," Dr. Jessup declared. He said that at present the dic- ates of total war have removed from college life and learning almost all free choice and free decision. College officers, teachers, students and plants are assets of the state and as such are expected to "come through." HONESTY STILL PAYS A student at the school lor blind and near-sighted children at Vinton was repaid for turning in an envelope containing money. Donald Thiel o£ Reihbeck, the student, found an envelope on the floor o£ a bus. When he arrived in Waterloo, Donald turned the envelope, containing a sum o£ money, over to the manager of the bus station, later, Donald heard from the owner. The money was the pension of an elderly lady who sent the boy §2.00 reward. Bristow --T/Cpl. Donald Hawver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hawv'er, Aredale) home on a leave from Butner, N. Car., was a visitor Friday in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McGeachy. ...300 COLOR-PERFECT PATTERNS Your Neighbors in the KHAKI AND BLUE What They Are Doing DECORATOR-APPROVED PAPERS AT SEARS FAMOUS SAVINGS 11 TO 58 DOUBLE KOLI Sears "Color-Perfect," "Harmony-House" wallpapers blend with draperies, furniture coverings, rugs . . . bringing new color beauty to your home. Choose from a great variety of new fashion-right patterns. Color-Perfect wallpapers are washable, %asy to keep clean and sunfast, to retain their rich, pleasing colors. Yes, more beauty, even higher quality than ever at Sears famous savings! SECOND FLOOR WALLPAPER DEPARTMENT Cedar Closet Paper 1,98 Box "Sears Stores Have Posted or Marked Ceiling Prices in C o m p l i a n c e With Government Regulations" WALLPAPER DEPT. SECOND FLOOR PHONE 883 25 E. STATE WITH EVACUATION SQUAD- RON--Cpl. Donovan B. Simes, route 4, who has been overseas almost a year, is now in the New Guinea area in the south Pacific. He had previously been stationed in Australia. Cpl. Simes is with an air evacuation transport squadron of the medical corps. The men in this branch of the service evacuate the wounded from the field of battle by plane. A sister of Cpl. Simes, Constance Vale Simes, is in service with the WAVES at Norman, Obla. w BECOMES MAJOR--Harry G. Marines, son of George Marines,, Ifl Madison N. «'., has been advanced from the rank of captain to that of major. Maj. Marinos, with the medical corps, has been stationed in the south Pacific area the last 18 months. As a civilian Maj. Marines practiced medicine in the M. B. A. building here. A reserve officer, he was called into ac- tiye service in Feb., 1941, Maj. Marines was first stationed at Fort Riley. Kans., and later at San Francisco. He had been in the Haivaiians before going to the south Pacific. --Y-- M A D E C A P T A I N -- W o r d comes from the Reno army air base, Nevada, that First Lt. Douglas H. McPealc, Mason City, has been promoted to the erade of captain. Capt. McPeak is with the ferrying division of the air transport command at Reno. As a civilian Capt. McPeak attended the Mason City high school and Iowa' State college, Ames, winning 16 athletic letters as a prep athlete and 2 in college. He was commissioned on April 9, 1943. w Whereabouts Pfc. James S. Liideman is home ·om Fort Riley, Kans., on a 7 ay furjough visiting with his arents, Mr. and Mrs.j George R, .udeman, 23 Virginia S. E. Pfc. .udcmart is , with the field ar- iUery in observation. He enlisted n the service last June and took is basic training, at Qimp Robrts, Cal. Mrs. Robert Schinnow, 812 lllh f. E., has just received word that er husband, stationed sbme- vhere in New Guinea, had been romoted to the rank of staK ergeant. Sgt. Schinnow is the on of Mrs. Bertha Smith. 1643 Delaware N. E., and Emil Schin- iow, 409V a North Federal. Sgt. "lehinnoiv has been in the New Juinea area since last May. Aviation Cadet Dan W. Perdue, on of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Perdue. 946 1st S. E., has been transferred rom Parks field, Sikeston, Mo., vhere he has completed his primary flight training, to Strainer ield, Winfield, Kans., to begin )asic flight training. --Y-- MADE FIRST LIEUTENANT-Joe H. Hamilton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hamilton, 102 Linden drive, here* on a 10 day leave, has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant at (he Port of Albany, N. Y., where he is stationed in the shipping of' fice of (he supply department. A brother* of Lt. Hamilton, Fvt. Jotin Shelby Hamilton, is attending a technical meteorology school of the army air corps at Chanute field, 111. --V-- HAS SURVIVAL FURLOUGH --Sgt. Stuart Van Kirk, sou of Mr. and Mrs. S. R- Van Kirk. 34 Linden drive, is home on a 30 day survival furlough following the torpedoing of his ship in the south Pacific area, After spending some time on an island, Sgt. Van Kirk "hitchhiked" back to San Francisco. Set. VaiiKirk is in the army signal corps on transport service and has made several trips to the southwest Pacific. He has also been in the Atlantic area, having taken part in the , Moran invasion in north Africa. --V-- PROMOTED AGAIN--Recently promoted to the rank of corporal, Floyd C. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Johnson, 1740 Pennsylvania, Mason City, has now been advanced to (he rank of sergeant. Sgt. Johnson is a parachute rigger in the army air force at a West Indies air base. RETURNS TO NEW YORK-Roger E. Page, petty officer I/c, was here recently to spend a weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page, 742 12th IV. E., and has returned to New York where he is now stationed. With him during the visit was a friend, Denny Rodemaker, whose home is in Kearney. Nebr. PROMOTED TO SEAMAN 1/C --Ivan Say lor, son of Mrs. Ida Saj-lor, 234 /· South Federal, has received the rating of sea- mau 1/c. Seaman Saylor is somewhere in the south Pacific. He entered the service shortly after being graduated from high school here, but was unable lo attend his own commencement exercises because of being held over in Des Moines while there for induction. --V-SCOUTS COLLECT PAPER Greene--The local Boy Scouts under the direction o£ O. J, Arm strong, assistant scoutmaster, hav collected 7tA tons of paper durin the scrap paper drive to date; an have sold ^29 worth of paper. Rake--Mrs. Thelmer Nodland : teaching in the high school tit week substituting for Mrs. Cli£ ford Bjerke, who is having a va cation. Mrs. Bjerk's husband home on leave from the navy. of the Soil," a moving picture from Iowa State college, was shown. Refreshments were served with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bang and Mrs. Warren Osborne in charge. Members of the board will meet sometime this week to elect officers. The new Chinese immigration quota is. 105 persons a year. BECOMES MANAGES ? / Swea City--William A. Boland $ i Forest City took aver the managed j ment oi the Northern LumbiS '!· company here this week. He s ceeds Julius Ingebrjtson who leaving for Crystal Lake he bought a yard of his own Henry Myhr, former Swea lumberman. The Globe-Gazette is redou- iline its efforts to obtain complete nforrnalion about every serviceman in Mason City and Cerro Gordo county for its files. When you call at the Globe-Gazette newsroom for your flag, you are not only paying tribute to your son or husband but you are giving us valuable information about him in the most accurate way possible. This information will become part of a permanent record of the servicemen of this community. Return postage should accompany written request for these free flags. --V-Joice Creamery Has Meeting and Election Joice--Approximately 125 persons attended the annual business meeting of the Joice Creamery company Saturday at', the high school auditorium. Art Holtan and A. O. Kringlaak were elected directors for a term of 3 years. Frank Barker of Des Moines spoke on farm production, and Mr. Jacobson of Minneapolis, spoke on the feeding of livestock. "Soldiers Henous,Restless ftTCamUtt BATS'NTteMuti? If functional- periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, cranky faich- fitrung, tired, weak, and "dragged, out'* --at sucb times--try famous Lydla E PlnJcham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Here's a product that KELTS NATOEE. Also a fine sto- macfcic tonic! Follow label directions. Ptokham's Compound Is worth truing' LYDIR ,\ MADE for *2\ EACH OTHER \ \ T , An all around pleated skirt in a colorful print and a smooth , solid color · jacket with print touches to match. In crisp,full- bodied Butcher linen-like rayon'. These are the suits you turn to for spring and summer ...they look so cool and stay so'fresh. Red, green, luggage. Sizes 10 to 18, SKETCHED FIOM STOCK 1 1 i RETURNS TO PRISONER OF WAR CAMP--Cpl. John A. Angelides returned to Camp Wcinga'rtcn.. Mo., Sunday, after spending a 10 day furlough in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe AiiKclides, 610 President S. W. Cpl. Angclides is stationed as military police in the prisoner of war camp at Wein^artcn. WAfmiNGI BEWARE OP Roondworina Inside you or your child can, cause nal trouble. And yem may not know what i s wron$r- Warn in% BIRTIS arc; "cider"' appetite, r.ervouTiesa, un easy stomach. itching parts. Get Jayne'3 Vermifuge riRht away! JAYNE'S is America's leading proprietary ·worm medicine; used by millions. Acts tent If yet cupels roundworm*. B* »JT* you gtt JAYNE'S VERMIFUGE! HAD LEAVE--Frank .?. Gocr- ncr, machinist's male 2/c, has returned to the east coast following a 7 day leave. His wife who works in an aircraft plant in San Diego, Cal., was here during his leave and has returned to her work. They visited in the home of Goerner's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Goerner, 30 6th N. E. (Photo by Free) y Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Who'd ever want to tuck these out of sight? Because they're the most eye-catching, heart-fluttering hankies ever! Flirty flower-blooming prints and pettipoints made in Madeira, China and Switzerland. Hemstitched and hand-rolled hems. They wear, wash forever and a day! 59c to $5-98 Gift Folders, lOc -;. ^!H^ : K: ! : ; * ^''~? ^^"^^

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