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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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14 T MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1945 Family Has 3 Sons, All Serving in Air Corps Joice--Mr. and Mrs. J. H.'' Petersburg, former Joice business people for many years, now of Melrose, .Wis., have 3 sons all in the air corps. They all attended school at Joice. Robert,.the eldest, is located at Geneva, Nebr. Eugene is a 2nd lieutenant and is co-pilot on ·a B-29.. He has 5 missions to.his credit and was in the first B-29 raid on Tokyo. Harlan, the youngest, is a 1st lieutenant at Tonopah, Nev. PRORATE CLAIMS Decorah--Because there, were not sufficient funds in the county dog license fee fund, claims totaling $S,400 for sheep killed by (Jogs iri Winneshiek county had to be prorated.' NOW Ends Wed. KlT;Yi Now---Ends Tuesday j · ' CKttUS ' fUfi __ KORVIN W RAINES « CO-HIT FEATURE SanDiego EBW. EVEHETT HOBTOff NOW SHOWING -Also --Smiley Burnette --^ --"Firebrands of Arizona" DANCE to CHUCK HALL WED. BOB BERKEY THURS. MALEK'S SAND FRI. RAY GRAY SAT. CECIL Mason City's Fitiist Theater NOW SHOWING INTECHNKOLOll A tided-- Paramount News Broncos Brands Sport Short Hurry--Don't Miss It! · NOW SHOWING · CAtY GRANT mscniA L A N E Charles City Globe-Gazette BREWER TRIAL BEGINS JAN, 16 Charge to Be Assault. With Intent to Murder Charles City;--'Mrs. H e l e n Schultz Brewer, former Iowa bus queen, charged in a county attorney's information with assault xvith intent to commit murder, has retained Attorney Carroll Cutting of Decorah and Attorney .T. W. McMeekin, of the firm of McMeekin and Quin, of St. Paul, Minn., to defend h e r . when the jury trial starts here Jan. 16. County Attorney Weston E. Jones will be assisted in the prosecution of Mrs. Brewe'r's case by Attorney Wesley Grant Henke, of Charles City. Two oilier charges against Mrs. Brewer have been transtripted from justice court to the district court clerk's office,' but' no county attorney's informations have been filed in those 2 charges, the state preferring to try -Mrs; Brewer on the higher charge. The other 2 charges are obstructing public justice and'resisting an officer. All 3 charges grew out of a visit by Floyd county Sheriff B. F. Atherton and his deputy, R. C. McCartney Nov. 2, 1944, to the farm of Joseph Schultz, Mrs. 'Brewer's father, in Riverton township, armed with a search warrant sworn out by a neighboring farmer, Si vert Reints, looking . for calves belonging to Reints which had strayed. Six oE Heints' calves were found among the Brewer-Schultz herd, and Sheriff Atherton alleges that Mrs. Brewer attacked him and his deputy with a club", also hindered them from sorting out the stray calves, which Reints and several other of Reints' fanner neighbors identified as Heints'. After about 3 hours trying to get the cattle sorted out,, and following Mrs. Brewer's alleged attack on the officers, they placed fier under arrest and brought her to the Floyd county jail where she spent the night, her father signing her $6,000 release bond at noon the next day. . COMING-"30 Seconds Over Tokvo" Chorles City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Emil Taylor of Charles City received word Saturday that their son-in-law, Cpl. Patrick L. Pickar who has been in school in England since his return from the battle front in France, has been selected as supply, clerk and will remain in ol- fice at the school in England. Pearl Harbor club No. 220 Mothers -Club of America will meet Wednesday at the Guild hall at 7:30 p. m.' Members are asked to note change ol date. Mr. and Mrs. William Teeter ol Iowa Falls are the parents of a girl, IJnda Elaine, w.eighing 7 pounds and 9 ounces, bom Dec. 27-in an Iowa Falls hospital. Mrs. Edith G. Luter, 407 South Jackson street, Charles City, is the proud grandmother. Miss Lepnette Heck, a cadet nurse who is home from Rochester, Minn., was host to a group o£ girls at her home in the country Thursday : night, treating them to a sleigh-ride after which they played games, and were served hot cocoa and cookies brought by the guests and home-made ice cream and cake. Five Charles City girls and 2 girls from Visalia. Cal. former Charles Cityans now visiting here, were the participants. Miss Heck will return to her duties at Rochester Tuesday. Mrs. Robert ^Downs received word from her son, Cpl. Wallace J. Downs, that he has arrived safely in the Hawaiian Islands. St. Mary's Circle ot Sacred Heart guild was to meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Tom Whelan. 800 Blunt street, with Mrs. Harold Hubbard, assistin hostess. Alice Jane Steel left Friday for Minneapolis after spending 1 2 weeks with her mother. Mrs. Ona Steel. Paul Steel returned to the Great Lakes after spending a leave here with his mother. A. A. V. W. will hold regular January meeting at 6:30 p. m Tuesday evening in the Central Methodist church. Following the dinner, Mrs. Dorothea Koenig will review the recent book. "Journey Through Chaos" by Agnes Meyer Dale Schneider of Milwaukee Wis., Clarence Schneider of Davenport, and AMM 3/c and Mrs Lawrence Schneider and son of Columbus. Ohio, have returned to their homes after being called here by the illness and death of their father, J. Louis Schneider The Ladies Auxiliary of Local lla was to meet Monday night at ' o clock. There was to be elec- Uon of officers and the Mystery Pals of the past year to be revealed. The afternoon class of the Red Cross surgical dressings was to re- °£ en MpntJay and the evening class will re-open Monday, Jan. 15. Official Newspapers of County Designated Jfnt W " am ? ton --The Chickasaw county board of supervisors designated the New Hampton Tribune and the Economist. New Hampton, as the official publications. One Charter Member Left in Study Glub Charles City--The death of Mattie 'North Sampson on Dec. 24, leaves Miss Anna B. Mahara, the only surviving charter member p£ the Political Equality club, organized in Charles City in 1891 by Carrie Chapman Catt. According to Miss Mahara, "This was a study club with a regular course of study -in the history of the United States; its constitution and bylaws regarding the status'of women. .The .meetings were held weekly at the homes of its members and visitors were always wel- ~ome. ''!The charter members included: Mrs. W.'D. Balch, Mrs. Fanny Barney, Mrs. Gate M. Black, Mrs. George Boulton, Mrs. Chamber- Iain Mrs. J. S. Detwiler, Mrs. Lucius Lane, Mrs. Griswold, Mrs. J. Miner; Arma-B. Mahara, Mrs. J. P. North, Mrs. George P. Smith, Mrs. Hattie North Sampson, Mrs. Frank. Wooley. The eldest member was a very active lady of. 75 years, Mrs. A. B. Hildreth. "Other members who joined later were Ivy Smith May, Margaret Balch Case, Victoria Fisher and Clara Daley: Later Mrs. Belle Couse, Mrs. Bear, Mrs. Fell and others; -Meetings -continued for a number of years. Entertainment lectures of prominent suffragists, bazaars and .-dances, were enjoyed," Miss Mahara' concluded. Liquor Store Rates Higher Charles City--John. B. Cross manager, of .the .Charles City state liquor store, announces he is in receipt of word from the Iowa L i q u o r commission, that the Charles City store has been raised from class "B" to class "A," effective as of-Jan. 1. The change in status will give additional pay to the manager and clerks and will add about 100 more brands of liquor to the stock expected on arrival of the next liquor supply Here "-i There Chapia--Miss Geraldine Wiles elt Thursday for Hammond, Ind., o resume her work irt a store af- er a visit at the parental Rpscoe Wiles home. Geneva--The annual Geneva evening school oyster stew will be leld.in the schoolhouse Tuesday Garden and Home Unit and Other Groups Meet n City ''-- · "Home Front Chats' is the subject chosen by the Garden and Home department lor the next meeting of the Woman s club Tuesday afternoon. The program will consist of. musical numbers, an original poem and a skit by mothers of service men who will bring interesting bits o information and souvenirs received from their sons. _An interesting program was given Thursday evening by members _ of the Wesleyan Service C^uild of the Central Methodist church. An article, "More Than an Angel," the life and work of a deaconess, was given by Elma Debes. A discussion, ('Shall We Have Compulsory Military Training was given by Lila Anderson and Gertrude Palmer; a vocal solo by Elizabeth . Franklin accompa med by Irene Schilling. Lila Anderson, president of the Guild the past 4 years, was presented with" a gift from the society. Devotion' were in charge of -Emnia Huxsol Numerous business matters were taken up by Pythian Sisters Thursday evening, when Alice Prat presided as most excellent chiei for the last time of her term. Installation of the 1945 officers of Charles City Temple No. 84 and Ex-caliber Lodge No. 19, Knights o Pythias will be held jointly Friday evening, to be followed -by dancin" A DIVORCE GRANTED Charles City -- Judge T. .-v Beardmore Friday granted a divorce to Maxine DeBest from David L. deBest on a cruel ane inhuman treatment charge. Thev were married at Maxwell, Dec. 30 3924, and lived together until Dec 14, 1944. No children ivere born to their union. RURAL TEACHER QUITS Decorah -- Leo I. Bosend; ihl AJV.U i. -nuotiiiuam teacher in District No. 6, Decorah township prior to Christmas, has resigned to accept q position in the city school at Baltimore, Md. ANDY WILL SPEAK West Union--Andy Woolfries radio announcer for U'MT wiU be guest speaker at the Farm Burcai meeting of Auburn. Windsor Union and Dover townships. , at 7:45 p. m. , Chapln--Pfc. BiUy Ruble . is spendirig his furlough at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. F.' H. *uble, and with other relatives. He s stationedt George Field, 111.' G a r n e r -- Mrs. Harold Oxley, :ounty home project women's hairman, announces that commit- ee was to hold its regular meeting Monday evening at the ^Central States conference room in Britt. Nora Springs-- Pfc. Arthur F. lifford arrived in France early n December, he writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clifford. He s -with the 79th division ot the "event}! army. Rockwell--Mrs. Coleen Gallaghr returned to her home in Albert Lea, Minn., after a 10 day visit with relatives here. .. Hutchins--Joseph Madson, son f Mr. and Mrs. pie Madson, has aeen quite ill but is recovering. Dr. Brewster of Britt attended him. Manly--L. H. Lyford accompari- ed Mrs. Lyford to Rochester, Minn., where she is under observation at the Mayo hospital. Garner--The regular session'of !he'Garner night school was to be leJd at the high school auditorium Monday evening. Mclniire--Gervis Jordan left for Detroit, Mich., where he is employed in defense work, after a short visit with his mother, Mrs. R. Jordan and other relatives here! .l.e Roy, Minn.--Karen and Roberta Wells o't Austin. Minn., visited relatives while their parents are in Rochester with their daughter, Nancy, who submitted .to another operation. Clarion--T/S Ernest Peterson, who has seen 27 months of service in North Africa, arrived for a 30- day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson. Ackley--Miss Mildred Butt left for a 3 weeks' visit at Long Beach ·and Los Angeles; Cal.; with relatives and friends. Goldfield--Mrs. Douglas Nelson returned home from several weeks' visit with her husband, Cpl. Douglas Nelson on the east coast. Mrs. Nelson has resumed her work as bookkeeper at the Goldfield State Bank and Trust company. Wane oma--Mrs. Earl Tessmer was hostess at an all-day meeting of the rural women of Eden township. Klemme--Mrs. Fred Nogel ^ called to Gririnell by the serious illness of her son-in-law, Ole Thompson.- , . ' Nora Sprines-- Mr. and Mrs Wayne Ervay have bought the Don Jacobson .house in the. northwes part of itora Springs and have been given immediate possession Dumont^-Carl Boeckemeier received word from his son, Pfc Louis Boeckemeier stating he is now at Pensacola, Fla. Pfc. Boeckemeier was wounded, in service while in the southwest Pacifi area. Hutchins--Kenneth Reinig anc Richard and Le Roy Yegge of Garner spent several days recently a the home of their aunt, Mrs. Ray mond Doughan. Nora Springs--Mrs. Loris Dail returned home from St. Louis Mo.; where she visited her, husband, L. B. Daily of the navy, who is stationed at Lambert Field. Manly--Mrs. George Dahl and Mrs. Wallie Dahl left for Texas, where they will visit Wallie Dahl who is in the service. ' Garner--Warren Beers, seaman 2/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Beers, arrived home recently on a 15-day leave. He is stationed at Farragut and recently completed his boot training. Le Roy. Minn.--Charles Martz went to St. Paul and enlisted in the navy as seaman 2/c in the hospital corps. Clarion--Sgt Darwin Goslin, who is on a 30 day furlough from the Pacific area, and his mother, Mrs. William Etheridge of Marsh a lltown arrived Monday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Helen Fuller. Bode--Mr. and Mrs. Loren East- , man visited in Mason City. gJests i of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham, former residents of Bode. Ackley--Miss Helen Eagle left j for Jefferson City to visit h e r j mother. Mrs. Ray Holbrock. GoWfield--Dr. C. C. Baldus has closed his dental office indefinitely and he and Mrs. Baldus will spend some time at Ames assisting in the care of the doctor's brother Henry, who,is ill. '| Clarion--Mr. and Mrs. Clark! Jennison have gone to Bellf lower. | Cal., where they will make their home. TRAFFIC SCHOOL PLANNED AT ISC National. Event to Be Held in Late August Ames -- The National Institute 'or Traffic Training will conduct Is 8th annual traffic training school for the midwestern region at Iowa State college in August. Dates for the, 2-week school are now set for Aug. 20 through 31.' Ralph A; Moyer, professor of civil engineering,' has been appointed Iowa State college co-or- dinator lor the institute*. Working with him will be A. R. tauer, professor o£ psychology. Officers of the institute will teach courses in traffic officer training, traffic engineering, motor vehicle fleet supervision, emergency driver corps and car care and similar phases of traffic and safety work. Moyer says the institute will serve as a refresher course for traffic engineers, officers and safety workers, as well as an introductory course for persons beginning _work in those positions. Problems- considered will include those anticipated when the war's end brings a heavy increase in travel. The institute is sponsored by organizations such as the American Automobile Association, the American Association o£ Motor Vehicle Administrators, the Auto- ston, 111., was host to the 1944 in- motive Safety Foundation, the American Association of State Highway Officials arid .the "National Safety Council. · Northwestern university, Evan- stitute. Other institutions at which trie event was held in previous years include the University of Michigan;'Ann Arbor; the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. TO HAVE OPERATION West Union--M. M. Cooney, 42, West Union, judge of the . 13th judicial district has gone to Rochester where he will submit to a major operation within a few days. Mrs. Cooney will join him there. WANT ONE? Of Course! But Not Now. NOW is the time to BUY BONDS To insure your "Post War Plan Here Is WOLFS "POST WAR PLAN" FOR YOU CALLED TO CANADA trie, .Minn.--Mrs. Osmond Johnson of Minneapolis called on Lyle friends this week. She reports that her son. the Rev. Paul Johnson.! has a charge at Lamost. Alberta, Canada, and is getting along nicely. Mr. Paul grew to manhood in ; Lylc. 1 IS GEORGE TIED UP IX GRACIE--OR SHIRLEY? Oracle looks . gleeful! But wait--Did she really give George all those Christmas ties? 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