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February 18, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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North Iowa Counties Report on 4th War Loan Bonds WINNEBAGO HAS TOP SALE TOTAL Goes Over Quotas With Individual and E Bonds Two other counties in this area have gone over the top in total individual sales of war bonds in the 4th war loan drive, it was announced -Friday morning at headquarters in Mason City. Franklin county with a quota o£ 5840,000 had sales of 5939,493 · in individual purchases. The E bond sales totaled 5404,771 out of a quota of 3439,200. In Winnebago county there were total sales of $027,317 in individual war bonds out o£ a quota of 5573,000. E bond sales totaled $301,761, the quota being $322,690. ^Other counties in this vicinity reported as follows: Kossuth had §1,139,142 sales with a quota of $1,215,000 in individual bonds; total sales of 3721,190 E bonds with a quota of 5689,910. Hancock--Total sales of $698,147 out of a quota of $772,000 in individual bonds; sales of 5180,142 out of a quota of $437,370 in E bonds. Worth--Sales of $360,345 out of a quota of $449,000 oE individual bonds; sales of $139,334 out of a quota of $253,700 in E bonds. Floyd--Individual bond sales of 5908,568 out o£ a quota of $1,021,000; E bond sales $276,214 out of a quota of $525,210. Wri ght--Indi vi dual bond sales S848.251 out of a quota of $892,000; E bond sales S477.8G2 out of a quota of 5506,300. Butler -- Individual bond sales So5,864 out ol a quota of $712,000; E bond sales $277,090 out of a quota of $402,600. 4 IOWA REGIONS EXCEED QUOTAS Des Moiues, (/Pj--Four of the 16 Iowa war .bond sales regions have gone over the top in the 4th war loan campaign, the state war finance committee reported Friday. The list of successful districts now includes: 1. The region composed of Hamilton, Hardin, Grundy, Boone, *j^--~~"^*- £--j COLDS' P A I N F U L MISERIES No surer relief in any aspirin. Noospir- in can do more for you than St. Joseph Aspirin. World's largest seller at 10£ 36 tablets 20£ 100 tablets only 35f. St. Joseph VISITS FAMILY--116yd Anderson, 3rd class petty officer, took lime out from the navy anil is visiting his wife anfl daughter at Garner. His leave extends for 15 days. Story, Marshall and Tama counties under direction of Clay W. Stafford of Ames. 2. The region composed of Kossuth, Winnebago, Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Humboldt and Wright counties under direction of Fred Heneman ol Mason City. 3. The region composed of Jasper, Poweshiek, Warren; Marion, Mahaska and Lucas counties under direction of E. L Job 4. The Crawford, rison, Shelby, Audubon andGuth- rie counties which passed its quota several days ago. V. L. Clark, executive manager of the state committee, empha-. sized that continued purchases were necessary the remainder of the month if Iowa is to reach its $66,000,000 E bond quota. BURY PIONEER ON 84TH BIRTHDAY county, who died buried Wednesday Miss Lizzie Hdhn Was Resident for 60 Years A 1 g o n a--Miss Lizzie Holm, prominent resident of Kossuth Sunday, was - ., on her 84th birthday. The Rev. Nelson A. Price was in charge. Burial was in Riyerview cemetery. Lizzie Holm came to Kossuth county more than CO years ago with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holm. The family had lived at Monore, Wis. They settled on a farm north of Algona. After attending the rural schools Lizzie Hohii became a rural school teacher which profession she followed for a number of years. She later was proprietor of a general ilore at Ringsted and from there she went to Livermore where she operated a similar store. Later she went to Big Sands', Mont., where she bought relinquishment to 2 claims which she owned until 2 years ago. She remained in Montana for 10 years, then came back to Algona. She maintained her own home until 3 years ago. ' · George of Morristown, Minn,, is the only surviving member of the immediate family. region composed of Carroll, Greene, Har- Funeral to Be Friday for David Lanterman Iowa Falls--Funeral services for David Haines Lanterman, 80, who died at his home near Iowa'Falls Wednesday, were to be held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon with burial in Union cemetery. He was born in Wisconsin, a son of Abraham and Eliza Lanterman. When he was 5 ydars old the family moved to Lena, 111. In 1882 they moved to Gladbrook, and in 1888 to' Grundy Center, where he lived for 18 years. About 15 years ago he came to Hardin county, and a sister has cared for him through 7 years'of in valid ism. EDUCATORS MEET Algona--The Kossuth county council of education met Thursday evening in the high school auditorium and discussed postwar problems in education for this county. Sailor Son Promoted; Meets Pals in Pacific ' Stacyville--Mr. and Mrs. J. P. May received word that their son, Albert A. May, had advanced from 1st class petty officer in the navy fo chief petty officer. May, Sylvan Hackenmiller, J o s e p h Hackenmiller, Joseph Hackenmiller and Fred Klapperich have met somewhere in the south Pacific and are within a few miles of each other. Three of the group are first cousins. H E R E and T H E R E St. Ansgar--Mrs. A. O. Assorson and Belle Albertson spent Wednesday afternoon at Rochester. Kanawha--Mrs. L. H. Murray, R. N., of Cedar Rapids is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beit Larson, and assisting in the care of her uncle, Eli Olson. Clarion--Mrs. LuVerne Voight left Wednesday for Tempe, Ariz., for a visit with her husband who is attending a flight school at State Teachers' college. Mr. and Mrs. August Voight of Ackley accompanied her. Garner--Loyalty Rebekah lodge met Thursday evening at the I. O. O. B\ hall. The members of Maple Grove Rebekah lodge of Wesley were guests. Latiruer--Miss lleen Meyer, a student at the Iowa State college, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Meyer. Swaledale--The Swaledale basketball teams, girls and boys, enjoyed a dinner at the Earl Drury well parly at the home of Mrs. C. R. Powers. Mrs. Herdman received a gift from the club. She is leaving soon to make her home in Sheffield. Clarion--Mrs. Carolyn Schultz returned from Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a major operation. Crystal Luke--Mrs. Fern Hoskinson of Des Moincs visited with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Powers, and family. ENTERTAINS UXITS Thompson--The American Legion auxiliary of Thompson entertained the units of Winnebago county at a meeting at the home of Mrs. G. A. Robinson, county president, Tuesday. Units represented were Lake Mills, Forest City and Thompson. FARM BRINGS 551,000 . Garner--Clifton A. Lenz of Britt recently sold the Townsend farm adjoining the town ol Britt on the west to C. L. Conroy at a consideration reported at $51,000. The farm contains approximately 300 acres' and is one of the better farms in the community. Deaths of Canadian children under one year ol age in 19 were at the lowest level in history. *^t iffi" B new a when al types of farming are unprofitable; and Mver a year when al types pay." Too can say that about the departments of Swift Company as well as about the business of farming. We diversify ocr operations, just as some farmers diversify theirs, to make an over all profit more likely--even though some products may not be profitable in any one year. So, over a period of years, there has never been a year when some departments did not make money and some lose. For example, the less fa-vorablc earnings of our fresh meat departments during 1943 were offset by im- .peered earnings in the non-meat departments. Dfterttfttation and Research Planning and research are nedfessary in farming and in our business if we are to get the most out of diversification. Farm planning must include: 1. As large a proportion of profitable crops as possible, 2. Protection' of soU fertility, 'and 3. Sufficient volume of work to allow efficient use of labor, power and machinery. Our planning is similar -- just substitute t few terms such as products for crops and you have it. ' St«eagriculturalcolIcgesandthcU.S. Department of Agriculture conduct experiments and furnish information to farmers and livestock producers. Swift Company depends upon research to develop new products and methods. Thus research makes practical diversification possible. Research and diversification provide more and better outlets for the producer's livestock, and improve living conditions for consumers. Partial Lin cj Products o} Sti'i/t cr Cam font's Dircnificatitm Gelatin, Peanut Butter. Ice Crcim. Butter. Dried. Frozen. and Shell Eggs. Shortening, Poultry, Margarine, Cheese, Powdered Milk, Salad and Cooking Oil, Soap, Wishing Powders, Cleansers. fertilizer. Glycerine. Dog Food, Men »nd Mac By-products. SWIFT COMPANY CHICAGO 9, ILLINOIS Tbrtmfb mmjjtm, Strifl profits jrom ALLsmrctt b*rt srera£ **' 4fr4tli/m oj a pcnnj a pnmitd. cafe. St. Ansgar--A group of relatives and friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sparks in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Kaiuwha--U. and Mrs. Harold Morgan and daughter, Genelle, of Britt, visited Kanawha friends and relatives while he was home over the weekend from the Great Lakes navy training station. Clarion--A. A. Ashpole of International Falls, Minn., visited at the home of his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ashpole. Alexander--Henry Koenen, seaman 3rd class, of Long Beach, Cal,, spent a few days' furlough with relatives. He and Mrs. Koenen left for Long Beach, where Mrs. Koenen plans to work. Iratimer--Mrs. Ralph Arnett of Anita, was a weekend visitor at the Floyd Muhlenbruck home. Dumonl--The American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a waste paper drive Friday evening. Greene--Sgt. Robert Fischer, instructor in field artillery at Camp Van Darn, Miss., is on furlough, visiting his wife, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Fischer, at Greene. St. Anssar--Mrs. M. C. Madsen of Taopi, Minn., and daughter Marvel, who has been taking nurses' training at Rochester, and will leave soon for Chicago for further training, spent Tuesday 1 afternoon visiting friends. Alexander--Miss Irene Stoffer has accepted secretarial work in a hospital at Madison. \Vis., and has gone there to work. Plymouth--Mrs. Hoslin Hay of Indianapolis, Jnd., who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sutton, left for her home this week. She has a brother with the armed forces in Africa. Dumont--Pvt. Beryl Brehmer who has been stationed in Oregon, was expected to arrive at Waterloo to visit his wife and his mother, Mrs. Nellie Brehmer. Kiceville -- Charles Chatidoin, son of Mrs. Pearl Chaudoin, who has been working for the North Western Air Lines al Dayton, Ohio, the past year, has been transferred to Minneapolis. He visited here with his mother. Greene--Miss Dorothy Winter, director of activities of the Presbyterian student center at Cedar Falls, a former teacher in Greene high school, was a guest of friends here Wednesday. Kanawha--Mrs. G. W. Buchanan lias returned from the Hampton hospital, where she submitted to a inajor operation: Mr. Buchanan has returned to Pamona, Cal., where he is employed as an electrician with the Kaiser company. His family will remain here in the home of Mrs. Buchanan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Williamson. Clarion--C. H. Miller, lay leader of the Methodist church, will ne in charge of the program Sunday. Garner--The Gnrner volunteer fire company grossed over $300 at its annual ball at the opera house Monday. Alexander--Mrs. P.cx Miller of Madison. \Vis.. spent a few days at the parental H. J. Stoffer home. Swaledale--Crawford Hempliill left Wednesday for Iowa City where he will enter the University hospital for a check tip. He was seriously hurt in Alaska where he was employed. Dumont--Vern Elliott arrii-ed Tuesday from Santa Ana, Cal., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elliott. His father is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Stilson--The Slilson Bible Study class and n number of guests were entertained Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clarence De Waard. who resides on a farm near Corwith. Kanawha--A group of relatives gathered at the Fred Graeber- Glen Robcr home Sunday in observance of the 39th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Graeber and the birthday anniversaries ot Glen Raber. Mrs. Monroe Graeber, and Harry Mewes, which all came during the past week. Joiee--Johanna Amundson, who recently suffered an attack of pneumonia following the flu, was taken by ambulance to Mercy hospital. Mason City, Tuesday, for treatment. She was accompanied by her sister, Dora, who will remain with her. Sheffield--Miss Ardis Skovgard lias gone to Los Angeles, Cal., for an extended visit with her sister, Miss Arlene Skovgard. Joice--Mrs. Art Werlc and Mrs. Pete Anderson of Manly visited several homes in Joice Wednesday in the interest of the Women's Service organization. Eligible women from Joice were invited to a special meeting !o be held at Kensett the evening of Feb. 29. Kanawha -- Members of the Double Six Bridge club honored 1 Mrs. A. B. Hcrdmau at a fare- Mrs. Kate Prescott, 83, Dies; Funeral Friday I'opcjoy -- Mrs. Katie Prescott, 83, lor many years a resident of the Popejos' vicinity, died Wednesday morning at the home of daughter, Mrs. A. Skrovig, Radcliffe. Death was due to heart trouble. Mrs. Prescott went to Radcliffe to make her home after the death of Mr. Prescott several months ago. Funeral services were to be held in Hadfliffe Friday afternoon with burial to be in the Alden cemetery. HOPE LIBRARIES WILL GET GIFTS Prof. Ellsworth Wotyd Reach Liberal Groups lou-a City--Libraries of the University of Iowa may be augmented by valuable book collections and endowment funds for additional purchases if alumni become active in this direction, according to Prof. Ralph E. Ellsworth, director o£ the libraries. The new library executive is proposing establishment of a Friends of the Libraries organization, similar to those already active in various eastern universities. Prof. Ellsworth believes that the groups would form a channel between the libraries and the alumni and other friends of the university. Action on the part of graduates n many sections of the country is .ecu by the university librarian is a stimulus to gifts. Tentative plans also call for the issuance ol ·i publication of information about new additions and importance of xioks. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations ACKLEY--Eastern Star Auxil- ary was to meet Friday evening in the home of Mrs. J. J. Miller. FENTON--The Armstrong sub- district youth fellowship rally will be held at the Fcnton Methodist church Sunday. FENTON--Laymen Sunday will be observed at the Methodist church Sunday. This is observed annually. KENSETT--The next meeting of the P. T. A. will be held at the school house Monday, Feb. 28. Vcrna Clark, local teacher in charge. Mrs. Raymond Coe is president. CORWITH- -Mrs. Abigail Maw, worthy matron of Paradise Chapter O. E. S. at Corwith, honored her officers and guests, Mrs. Erma Tindall, worthy matron of the Britt chapter, Mrs. Hattie Dennis of Des Moines and Mrs. Beryl Dittmer ot Thornton, twelfth district instructor, with a Valentine luncheon at tile Masonic dining room Monday. I O W A FALLS--Mrs. Elmer Ringeon will entertain the Isabella Literary club a t a tea at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs E. H. Sproat will discuss "Post- War Relations in the Pacific." K A N A W H A -- Mrs. Kermit Engh and Mrs, Frank Engstrom will be hostesses to the St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid at (he parish house Friday afternoon. BELMOND--The Jr. Women's club will meet at the home oj Mrs. Francis Henn. BELMOND-- The Navy Mothers will sponsor a card parly Tuesday night at the Legion hall. B E L M O N D -- S t. Elizabeth Study club will meet Thursday at the home of Lillian McLaughin. Hold Rites at Algona for Mrs. Jane Jenkins Algona--Funeral services were held Thursday for Mrs. Jane Jenkins who died in the General ho: pital at Los Angeles. The service was in charge of the Rev J. Nclsoi A. Price, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Mrs. Jenkins was 'born Sept. 2 1857, at Dwight, 111., datiRhter o William and Mary Ann Clark. A the time of her death she was 8b years old On Dec. 25, 1882, she was married fo Peter Jenkins a Dwight, III. They were the parents of 3 children, Leslie, deceased, Mrs. H. O. Richter of Sai Francisco and Mrs. Jesse Riddle of Hermosa Beach. Cal. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jenkins came to Kossulli county in 1803 and begai fanning east of Algona. They retired and moved to town in 1914 Mr. Jenkins died in 1932. and ii 1942 rile went to Califoi/hia. li addition to her daughters,', she survived by 7 grandchildren, 3 o whom are in the armed service. CAREY KITES HELD Crcsco--Funeral services fo John D. Carey, 72, were held Wed nesday forenoon at the AssnmpHo Catholic church Cresco, con ducted by the pastor, the Rev. E. J Supple, assisted by 4 priests from other parishes. Burial was at Le Roy. Mr. Cary died Sunday at hi home in Cresco following a Ion illness. GETS SICK LEAVE--Warrant Officer Charles \V. Eikcnhary arrived home from England on a 21-day sick leave and is a patient at the O'lleilly Genera! hospital at Springfield, Mo. lie hails from Fertile. In England since List spring, he was assistant medical supply officer for a hospital. He says England is very Beautiful during the summer, liut Americans don'l like the rain and Sog. Friday, Feb. 18, 1944 3 MASON' CITiT GLOBE-GAZETTE MRS. F, VAN HORN OF GHAPIN, DIES Rites to Be Saturday at Home West of Town Cliapin--Mrs. Fred Van Horn, 69, died at her home a mile north and 5 miles west of Chapin Wednesday at 8 p. m. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1 p. m. at the home with the Rev. Joharm Schmidt officiating. Burial will be in the cemetery of Z i o n Reformed church. Mrs. Van Horn was born in Franklin county and had resided in that county all her life. She was the mother of 9 children, 5 sons and 4 daughters, all of whom are living. Her husband died April U, 1940. Her maiden name was Margaret Dh-ksen. born Sept. 23, 1875. She was married March 10, 1698, to Fred Van Horn. The same year they moved to the farm where both died. Besides her children, she is survived by 3 brothers and 2 sisters. TALK PLANS FOR CO-OP ELEVATOR Committee Chosen to Consider Organization Joicc--Approximately BO farmers attended a special meeting Tuesday evening: at the high school assembly room for the pur-' pose of discussing the organization of a co-operative farmers' elevator and feed mill in Joke. Frank Robatkn o[ Iowa Stale college, and Worth county agent, William St. Claire of Norlhwood, spoke. Laurilz Larson, Palmer Calgaard. LcRoy Ulslad, John Bang, and Paul Dalilby were elected to form a committee in charge of organization. The community to be included in the investigation for organization, is the town of Joice, the Joice school district and the 10 rural school districts adjoining. Two men have been appointed in each district to take charge. The Music Mothers served refreshments following the discussion. SUFFERS BROKEN LEG St. Ansgar--Mrs. Victor Kir- chovc is at Mercy hospital, Mason City, for treatment for a broken leg, which she sustained Sunday when she fell off a ladder. Mrs. Avis Benson Dies at Ellsworth Hospital Iowa Falls--Funeral services for Mrs. Avis J. Benson, 50, who died at Ellsworth Municipal hospital Wednesday, will be held at the "Vood funeral chapel Saturday afternoon. She was born Avis WalJron, April 4, 1803, at Washington, ans., a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. eorge Waldron. She was graduated from Iowa State Teachers college in Cedar Falls, and taught in the public schools at Davenport for several years. June 30, 1925, in Davenport she was married to Dr. J. G. Benson, who died about 3 years ago. She is survived by her mother, and a sister, Mrs. Vcrn Kinley of Wyanet, Census figures show that 2,404,000, or 37% of the farms in the U. S., sell some dairy products each year. i--m fcn M ami Peanut Inhaled by Tot Removed at U Hospital Fredericksbursr, (IP) -- Richard Mikes, 2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs: Jim Mikes, was recovering Thursday from the effect of removal of a peamit from his lung. After the child swallowed and choked on the nut, he was rushed to the University of Iowa hospital at Iowa Cit3', where the, object was removed. Officers Will Deduct 10% Pay to War Bonds Cresco--Howard county officers nt the courthouse have volunteered to appropriate 10 per cent of their salaries for the war bond pa}' roll deduction which totaled $4,463.56 during 1943. according to n statement by Couniy Treasurer Al Hochberger. SAILOR VISITS HOME Cresco--Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baker of Cresco have been enjoying a few days' visit the past week with their son, Earl Baker, seaman 1st class, who is on furlough from the naval base at Farragut, Idaho. He received his base training there. 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