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February 17, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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6 Tbun4ar, Feb. 17, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Says Congress Must Decide on River Use Washington, (ff) -- Reclamation Commissioner H, W. Bashore said Thursday congress must ultimately decide whether waters of the Missouri river and other' western streams should. be used primarily for irrigation or f o r navigation. Bashore was the first witness before the house Hood control committee on the second day of its hearing on a $490,000,000 project lor Hood control, irrigation, navigation and power development of the Missouri river and its tributaries. "The problem presented by the Missouri river has arisen because af a clash between policies thai are not uniformly adjusted to the climatic differences between the humid east and midwest and the arid and semiarld west," Be- ilrore said. "The conflict is between the beneficial, consumptive use of water in the drier areas for domestic, irrigation, industrial and mining purposes, and the use of waters in the humid areas to maintain f l o w i n g navigation channels." Bashore's views coincided generally with those expressed by some irrigation people who have said safeguards should be set up under the program, submitted Wednesday by t h e army engineers, to Make sure sufficient water would be available for irrigation and not too much diverted .to navigation in the lower Missouri basin. "The decision will have to be made by the congress as to which use of the water resources will take precedence in the west," Bashore declared. He said the homestead act, adopted in 1862, built a "rural civilization that is perhaps without a rival anywhere in the world," adding he believed the act, without modification, was applicable only in the humid zone where there was sufficient rainfall. "Where the bureau o£ reclamation has irrigated the land of the western states and has applied the provisions of the old homstead act to its subdivisions and settlement, the results have been uniformly successful," Bashore stated. "Applying a water policy in the arid and semiarid sections that is applicable In humid areas," he said, "holds great danger of failure in our efforts to reach the sound and permanent development of the west." "The fact that the water is apportioned under state laws in the west is a reason why there is a very serious danger in the dedication by the congress of the waters oE the great rivers that arise in the arid zone and flow into the humid . zone lo the purpose of navigation to the exclusion of fu- it r.u Rece!v_ B«/c t:3t C*ll !! SSCLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE DEADLINES! II ». m. (or Newt ftatf A*» « p. nu (»r IXip New. 207 West Main St. 1943 RECEIPTS ARE $850,756 Association Reports Heard; Election Held Clear Lake--Receipts from livestock sales for 1943 by the Clear L a k e Co-Operative Livestock marketing association were $850,756.22, it was revealed at the annual meeting of stockholders Wednesday at the Methodist church. Payments to shipping members and for commissions and trucking expenses were $849,017.63. The volume in dollars was about a third more than for the preceding year, largely due, the report _said, to higher prices. The number of hogs sold was 16,081; cattle 2,034 and cheap 1,408, making a total of 20,123 ani- m a l s amounting to 6,331,892 pounds of meat handled by the association khich has a membership of 247. . During the dinner hour 199 persons, members and their families, were served. High school students presented a group of musical numbers at this time. At the afternoon program the boys' quartet, girls' sextet and Dbris Erickson sang. Otto B. Peterson showed new moving pictures which included "Wild Animals at Home," "Marines in Training" and a news reel J. B. Osnes, chairman of the boarc of directors, called the meeting to order. At the business session Ray Baker and Mr. Osnes were re-elected directors. At the directors' meeting whicl followed Mr. Osnes was re-namec chairman. Kay Baker was chosen secretary to succeed himself anc ture irrigation development stream," he said. up"At the same time we understand the need lor flood control and sympathize -with the desire for navigation improvements." R. D. Robbins manager. was retained a 'INSTRUCTS TROOPS --Judge and airs. C. W. Wallace, 509 S. 3rd street, Clear Lake, have received word from their son, Lt. Kae E. Wallace, stating that he and a companion had been on a special mission to Greensville, Fa., and had a couple of days to spend in. New York City. Lieutenant Wallace is in the transportation corps of the U. S. army and instructs troops at Charleston, S. Car., in the art of loading ships. Lieutenant Wallace visited his parents here last October shortly after his graduation from the transportation corps officer candidate school at New Orleans. La., where he spent 4 months in training. WIRE PRODUCTS THEME OF TALK Share-the-Ride Plan Centers at News Stand Clear Lake -- J. W. Everett, owner of the Hawkeye Wire Products Co. spoke before the Lion's club Wednesday noon at Legion hall telling how wire is produced at the foundry. Mr. Everett followed the manufacturing process through from scrap metal in the junk yard to the finished product. He also submitted a plan to the club tor a manufacturing plant to be located in Clear Lake after the war. Flight Officer "Bill" Fankell was a guest of Lewis Ross. T. J. Farnan reported on the Share-the-Ride program, stating that the Garvin. news stand has been selected as the registration point. A registration book will be kept there with the names of people planning to drive and those desiring rides to points throughout,the state. Those people making regular trips are particularly urged io register. Because buses serve Mason City on regular schedule, no registration will be kept of cars going there. R. K". Rogers, R. J. Galloway and T. J. Farnan are the committee. Selected Women Study Electrical Drafting Iowa City--Thirteen weeks on intensive study as junior electrical draftsmen to work in an aircraft radio laboratory now is under way for 25 selected women at the University of Iowa. As the only such course in a midwestcrn university, the work includes 8 hours daily for 6 days a week, Prof. F. G. Higbee, head of the department of engineering drawing, announced. The women, ranging in age from 18 to 33 years and all possessors of some college work, were appointed through the United States civil service. They are receiving work in shop mathematics, manufacturing processess, and drafting. Trainees, at the successful completion of the course, will go to Wright field in Dayton. Ohio, where a job at Sl,620 per year, with overtime, is guaranteed. CHAPTER HEARS WORK REPORTS Past Grand Matrons Tell of Ambulances Clear Lake--Mrs. John Ham mill, Britt, and Mrs. A. R. Lenz Mason City, past grand matron of Iowa, spoke of the work of th Order of Eastern Star at the reg ular session of Park chapter No 35 at Masonic Temple Wednesday evening. Mrs. Haiamill reporter that 2 O. E. S. ambulances ar now stationed in India. Mrs. E. Freeman, past grand Adah o Iowa and district instructor, toll of charitable work done in differ ent grand jurisdictions. Mmes. Hammill, Leflz and Free man were presented in the eas and welcomed. Mrs. P- Potter, worthy matron of Algona chapter, and R. J. McEwen, worthy patron of Unity chapter, Mason City, were introduced and welcomed. Mrs. Alberta Fox was initiated to membership in Park chapter and W. H. Bishop affiliated with the group. Guests from Algona and Mason City chapters were present, Mrs. Freeman was presented a gift from the chapter. During the afternoon Mrs. Freeman held a school of instruction. Mmes. Hammill and Lenz and Mrs. C. W. Corby. worthy matron and several members of Unity chapter, were present. A luncheon for Park chapter officers and pro terns and Mrs. Freeman was given at Peter's restaurant at 12 o'clock. Dinner was served by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Branson; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nye, Mr. and Mrs.' Ira Stewart, and Mmes. Sidney Brownstone, S. A. Watts, Chris Axelsen and Frank Baber. Mrs. Peter Miller, worthy matron, arranged patriotic decorations in a Washington motif for both dinner and luncheon tables. Mmes. G. E. Curphy and Verne A. Spindell will plan the entertainment for March 15 and Mmes. J. H. Bailey and C. A. Beckner will arrange the dinner. Other groups also met Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cain entertained members of the Do Your Bit club and husbands at an evening card party. An all day session will be held at the George Jamison home next Wednesday. Orville Knutson, Mason City, spoke to members of Union Township Farm Bureau on group hps- pitalizatipn insurance at a session at the Lakeside church. Rosemary and Donna Nelson sang. Lucille Grattidge played several piano numbers and Peggy Kruggel gave a reading for the program which was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buss. The next meeting is March 15. Clear Lake Briefs Danish club will meet Friday af ternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the homi of Mrs. Shirley Kimball for sewing and Red Red ..Cross work. For Sale--Folding Baby Buggy good cond. 203 1 /-: W. Main. Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn and sister Mrsl S. B. Wilcox, Minneapolis Minn., returned Wednesday from Des Moines where they had visitei relatives since Sunday. Woman's club benefit cards, library, Friday, 2:30 p. m. LAKE BOND SALE TOP IS $167,279 Purchases to End of February Will Count Clear Lake--Sales in the 4th war bond drive at Clear Lake to- aled $167,279 at the official close, M. A. Arneson, Clear Lake chairman, announces. As the quota was 150,000 this is almost 11 per cent over the required amount and Clear Lake has again done her share, Mr. Arneson pointed out. The entire amount was achieved without personal solicitation of any kind, the same as in previous drives. Clear Lake people wore told of the need and they did their duty. The city went "over the top" Feb. 7 when the amount subscribed was S154.483.25. "Any further sales of E. F and G bonds through the remainder of the month will be counted," Mr. Arneson announced. "The liberality and co-operation of our townspeople is much appreciated, he stated. "The sale has been carried on with a minimum of labor to the committee because of the thoughtfulness of our fellow- townsmen." School Board Members Up for Election Clear Lake--School election will will take place in Clear Lake March 13 and nomination papers of candidates must be filed 10 days in advance, it was iinnouriced Thursday. Roscoc Miller, current president of the board, and Earl Noll are up for re-election for a 3 year term each. L. W/Sherman, treasurer, is also up for re-election. James H. Bailey and H. G. Garth, who were appointed last year to fill vacancies caused by Sir. and Mrs. Leo Stork have I the resignations of Frank Barlow received word from their son, Pvt. and Floyd Kimball, are each out 'or election for one year terms. ' Lee M. Bawden, elected in 1943 Duane Stork, that he has arrived at Camp Walters, Texas. New Blouses, gingham, sharkskin, rayon madras and jersey. S3.95 each. 'Nichols Shop. Due to (he lack of a chairman no supper will be served for Rebekah Social circle at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. The business meeting will be at 4 o'colck. Past Noble Grands club meets at 8 o'clock as usual- New Cotton Dresses in junior sizes 9 to 17. Nichols Shop. Mrs. Floyd Porter, Clear Lake, is making satisfactory progress following a major operation at Mercy hospital Monday. Lost--W e s t f i e 1 d Wrislwatch Tues. eve. Reward. Ph. 239. The Rev. Chauncey Merivin, Jackson, Tenn., arrived Wednesday and will speak at Bethel Chapel, Legion hall, at 8 o'clock every evening the rest of the week. The Rev. Mr. Merwin, formerly of Clear Lake, is visiting his daughters, Mmes. James Anderson, James Levisay and Richard L, Hill and son, Arthur Merwin, and family. Members of the United Service Women's club will meet at Legion hall at 2 o'clock Friday for a work session. Tommy Ouversou. 10, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ouvevson, was dismissed from Park hospital. Mason City, Wednesday, following 1( days of treatment for infection ot an extracted tooth cavity. The first 13 tanks produced by an automotive factory converted to war production cost an estimated $36,500,000. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Methodist W. S. C. S., circle 2, Mrs. Paul Miller. 106 Bell street. 2 o'clock; circle G, Mrs. John V. Bohning. 514 S 4th street. .Danish club. Mrs. Shirley Kimball. 213 S. East street, o'clock. 1:30 Woman's club benefit card party, library clubroom, 2:30 o'clock. Rebekah social circle, I. O. O. F. hall, 4 o'clock. Past Noble Grands club, 8 o'clock. USW club. Legion hall, 2 o'clock. Basketball game, high school gym, Clear Lake vs. Hampton, 7:15 o'clock. Dorcas Society of Gospel Tabernacle, Mrs. Anna Bcrvin, 600 Kimball street. O. N. O. club, Miss Wanda Carr, 204 W. Division street. or 3 years, is the 5th member of he present board. Mayvis I. Jacobson, WAVE, Ends Visit Clear Lake--Miss Mayvis I Jacobson, seaman 2/c in the WAVEs, returned Tuesday to her work as an I. B. M. operator at the Brooklyn navy yards after visiting relatives at Clear Lake and her parents and brother at Newman Grove, Nebr. Miss Jacobson formerly lived at Clear Lake lor 3 years. Miss Jacobson and sister, Mrs. Paul Nelson. Ventura, and children were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M. Olson, St. Ansgar. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Nelson entertaiiied Mr. and Mrs. Olson and children, Bette and Harlen, at dinner. Callers at the Nelson home Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. George Lunn and son, George, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Sever Pederson and family. Clear Lake, and Mrs. C. A. Halvcrson and Alvin. Mr. and Mrs.' Curtis Halvcrson and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Osnes and family, Garner. VIrs. E. Ray Dugger Speaks at Lake for W.C.T.U. Program Clear Lake--Mrs. E. Ray Dug- ! :er, Mason City, spoke on "Our iope in a Wrecked World" for the W. C. T. U. program at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knutson Wednesday afternoon at an open meeting and silver tea. Out-of-town guests included the Rev. and Mrs. Dug- _:er, Mrs. Minnie Lien, Mrs. August Johnson,' Mrs. W. A. Cagle and Mrs. Leon Thomas, all of Mason ·;ity. Mi's. A. S. Dice gave "In Memoriam," honoring Miss Frances E. Willard; Mrs. R. A. Monaghen sang "Battle Hymn of the Republic;" the Rev. Thomas B. Collins, Methodist pastor, led devotions and Betty Burns, accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. T. G. Burns, played "Andante ' Movement" by Lalo, "Sa Lup D'Amour" by Elgar and "Romance" by Rubinstein as violin solos. Mrs. Knulson was assisted in serving by Mbes. Gertrude Bice, Ben Skacleland and John Frey. The next meeting is March 15. Mmes. Peter Nelson, Oscar Thompson, Elmer Moftett, Dora Hanson, Arnold Rasmussen and Ruben Mostrom were guests Wednesday of Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid at the home of Airs. John Eliasen. Mrs. A. E. Folkmann was co-hostess, Mrs. Mostrom led the Bible lesson and Mrs. H. G. Jensen had devotions. Mrs. Sam Villadsen will entertain March 15. Mrs. A. Heinz, Mason City, and Mmes. Robert Hanley. Mabel Roberts and Walter Tesene were juests ot the Ladies Double C club at the home of Mrs. Gus Heinrichs Tuesday evening. Mmes. Paul Miller, Leila Brose, E. Doescher and R. Bacheiior assisted Mrs. Heinrichs. Miss Blanche Goudy was guest speaker and told of the Passion Play at Oberammcrgau which she saw while on a trip to Europe. Mrs. Bachellor led devotions. Mrs. Maude Ballantyne will entertain March 21. 6 Basketball Teams Battle in Intramurals C l e a r L a k c--The Polecats downed the Panthers 19 to 10 in a Little Six battle of the intramural series nt the high school gym Wednesday evening. Dean scored 6 for the Polecats and Ellerson and Garth 3 each for the Panthers. In a Big Six round the Gremlins edged out the Hawks 22 to 20 with Nelson piling up 12 markers for the winners and Kuecker 9 for the losers. The Wildcats took the short end of a 14 to 19 score in another Big Six fray. Bicber counted 4 for the former and Ashland 8 for the latter. The Cyclones trampled over Die Foxes to the tune of 31 to 11 in the 2nd Little Six foray. Gerk chalked up !2 for the Cyclones and Monaghen 5 for the Foxes. The scries continues next Wednesday. Cyrus E. Brayton, 76, Dies, Santa Ana, Cal. Clear Lake--Mrs. Helen Hinds. 601 Carlton street, has received Wednesday word of tlie death of her brother, Cyrus E. Brayton, 76, at a hospital in Santa Ana., Cal., · where he had undergone a major operation. The funeral will be held in Santa Ana Friday with burial there. Mr. Braytoc was born Jan. 23; 1863. at Dwighl. HI., the son of Whipple and Clymenia Brayton. When about 15 years old he came with his parents to Clear Lake and settled on a farm south of the lake. Mr. Brayton, Sr., a veteran of the Civil war, helped to build the Lakeside church more than 50 years ago. Mr. Brayton was married to Miss Media Mumber, whose parents lived neaj Baysidc, Dec. 8, 1892, and they moved to Santa Ann about 1916 after having retired from (he farm. Besides his sislcr, Mrs. Hinds. Mv. Braytoti is survived by 2 brothers, George and William, living in California. Vcnic Hinds and Lloyd Crozicr, Clear Lake, arc nephews. Osco Drug Savings Thursday--Friday--Saturday 7 5c SUITCASES, Double Straps, Locked Nolle Shaving Cream Phillips Tooth Powder Jeris Hair Oil Adhesive Tape $4.69 /2 x Spfl o, 440 9c 19c 5c $1.00 Compound. Box Soda Mint Tablets ;*,,, T.U* Pk , 9c 2-oz. QUICK RELIEF WHEN YOU WALK AWAV CORNS · WITH BLUE-JAY 23c CORN PIASTERS s p e r q u m 2Se SIZE 21C TOILETRIES Bath Crystals, Perfumed. . 5-lb. Bag 29c Bubble Bath . .^11-ounce Pkg. 8c Yardley Hand Cream Bottle 65c Revlon Nail Enamel, All Shades 60c Cologne, Luxor--Appealing Scents $1.00 Sachet, Pinaud, Apple Blo'ssom. . . . $1.00 Old Spice Perfume. . . . 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