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January 5, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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Gillette Out to "Force" Speed Into Synthetic Rubber Program SAYS PRESENT PLAN TOO SLOW Senator Hits WPB for 'Lack of Objectivity' WASHINGTON, «P) -- Opening a new inquiry into tlie progress o£ construction of grain alcohol plants to step up synthetic rubber production, S e n a t o r Gillette D-Iowa) voiced determination Tuesday to "force some one to change his attitude." Far Behind Schedule Gillette, chairman of a senate agricultural subcommittee, declared that information received by the committee indicated t h a t plants-projects to manufacture alcohol from corn, grain and other farm crops were "falling far behind schedule." ·He called Dr. Walter G. Whitman ot 'WPB's chemicals branch, alcohol division, in what he said vas "an exploratory investigation io find out who is delaying construction of these plants.' r .* * * Gillette said with the need for additional rubber growing more acute every day, "it is imperative that we manufacture a maximum possible amount of the synthetic product from grain alcohol." * * '* Senator Wheeler, (D-Mont.) enother member, agreed and asserted that while Rubber Administrator William M. JeJfers was doing "an honest and conscientious job. he finds himself handicapped by the red tape of bureaucracy am the refusal of the departments to give necessary priorities." * * * "Tliis, in my opinion, grow* out of lack of objectivity by id- side WPB officials," Wheeler said. ¥ *, * "There can be no question tha somebody in WPB and some o the other departments either consciously or through stupidity ha; held up the manufacture of rubbe out of grain alcohol." Red Cross Group at Crystal Lake Mails Out Kits for Servicemen CRYSTAL LAKE -- The loca Red Cross completed making an fitting 60 Mts for the army Sat ' urday and took them to Britt fb shipment. Forty-two dollars an fifty cents and 18 packages c gum were donated to Help fill th bags.^-v/aM- . · · . . · · · - - . - . . : Those who d o n a t e d wer American Legion Auxiliary, $12 Women's. Society of Christia Service, $10; a memorial to th late George Wallace, S7.50; MJ and Mrs. Rush Gabrielson, $2, an the following each §1, Mrs. Pet Juhl, Catherine Rose, Gwcndoly Stewart, Leila Jensen, Mrs. Chri Gillstrap, Mrs. Red Cottington Mrs. Henry Myhr and Mrs. And Janssen; the Crystal Lake Worn an's club $3 and Chris Gillstra IS packages of gum. Vacation With Chicken Pox ST. ANSGAH--Susan Jane Heg land arrived home Sunday eve ning after spending the holiday at the home of her parents. Mi and Mrs. B. T. Hegland. The da after her arrival at Minneapol: tor her vacation she came dow j.'ith the chicken pox. HOSTESS TO BRIDGE PAKT1 · CLARION--Mrs. H. P. Walke was hostess at an afternoon o bridge Saturday, Those presen were Miss Margaret Russell, Mr D. L. Nagle, Mrs. C. R. Banwel Mrs. Dan Leonard, Mrs. Jam. Herring, Mrs. R. C. Amidon, Mr Lila Wakefield and Mrs. N. Anderson. -Refreshments c eluded the afternoon. nds Third Year f Over Sea Duty JOICE--Vaughn Fetersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Petersen, completed his third year of over sea duty on Jau. 1. He left the United States on the first day of 1010 and has since served on a battleship and a tanker. Petersen was stationed in the Philip, pine islands when war was declared. The above picture was just received by the elder Peter- sens of Joice. PICK METHODIST CLUBS OFFICERS Northwood Church Units Start Plans for Year NORTHWOOD--The new officers of the W. S. C. S. o! the Northwood Methodist church were installed at the morning service HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Sunday. The officers are president, WILSON MAY BREAK TRADITION Plans to Leave Before Successor's Inauguration DES MOIl^ES, (IP)--Gov. George A Wilson is anxious to kick over the barriers of tradition and leave for Washington without waiting for the inauguration of his suc- JSsor. That was disclosed Tuesday by friends of the governor and statehouse sources, some of whom said "don't be surprised" if the governor leaves to begin his senatorial duties the first of next week, probably immediately after delivering his message to tlie legislature Tuesday afternoon. Reliable sources, declining to be quoted by name, said the senator- elect is anxious to get at his duties in Washington as soon as possible and feels it would not be out of order to have Gov.-Eleet B. B. Hickenlooper take over the gubernatorial duties a few days ahead of schedule. It V7as learned that friends of We governor are prevailing upon him to stay here through Thursday, carrying out the traditional ceremonies in which the incoming and outgoing governor appear before the lav/makers together and at the inaugural reception in the evening. Tiie governor said Tuesday he had made no changes in previously announced plans to stay in office until Jan. 14. He said he had not decided on the matter of sending someone fo Washington to set up his office before his arrival. In the past governors have remained in office until their successor was inaugurated, but the situation this year is unusual in that the incoming governor has been lieutenant governor. He would become governor in the event Wilson left the state. Mrs. Norval Hendrickson; vice president, Mrs. A. L. Hotelling; recording secretary, Mrs. Glenn Cleveland; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Warner; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Minnie Johnson; secretary of missionary education, Mrs. Jim Sealer; chairman of social relations and local church activities, Mrs. Clarence Linter; secretary of literature and publications, Mrs R. S. Phillips. ' Secretary of supplies, Mrs. T. E. Riley; spiritual life chairman. Mrs. W. I. Sayre. The program committee is Mrs. A. L. Hotelling, Mrs. Jim- Seater, Mrs. Clarence Linter and Mrs. R. S. Phillips, The finance committee is Mrs. Fred Warner. Mrs. Linter and Mrs. Jim Seater. Mrs. A. F. Marshall is chairman of ' the membership committee; chairman of fellowship committee, Mrs. C. A. Sharp: chairman of publicity and printing, Mrs. B. I. Carey The new officers of the Wesleyan service guild were also installed Sunday morning. They are president, Betty Maize; recording secretary, Mrs. Marjorie Conner; vice president, Mrs. Ruth ' ":er; corresponding secretary. Lint . o Mrs. Alice Stalil; treasurer Mi=s Neva Harris. Funeral Service Held for New Haven Man OSAGE--Funeral service for Joe Eschweiler, 78, of New Haven were held Tuesday morning, Jan. J, at St. Peter's church at New Haven. Mr. Eschweiler had lived ·m the vicinity of New Haven for the past GO years. He was unmarried and, since retiring from farming, had occupied a small residence at the edge of town. He died at the Ed Nichols home in New Haven where he had been cared for during the past three months. Surviving is a nephew. Will Eschweiler and a niece, Agatha Eschweiler of Riceville, also a nephew, John Eschweiler of New Hampton. Four Rake Families Move to New Houses RAKE--Ralph Larson and family moved last week to the Glen Larson farm. Sir. Larson, who has been employed the past year by Gerald Larson, will work for Glen Larson this year. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gullord moved from their home in town to the-0. E. Quam acreage at the east edge of town recently vacated by Archie Gullord and family who moved to tlie A. E. Bond farm. Mrs. Luverne Erdahl moved this week from the Peter Olson residence to the residence of the late Mrs. Gertie Erdahl. VISIT IN NORTHWEST SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. George Olson left Friday for an extended visit in Nathan, Idaho, Oregon and California. They plan to be gone about three weeks. ENTERS HOSPITAL NORTHWOOD--Mr. and Mrs Carl Void went to Minneapolis Sunday where Mrs. Void will enter a hospital for an operation. To Relieve Bad Cough In a Hurry, Mix This at Home Swift Acting, and Saves Big Money. Easily Mixed. You'll be surprised how qnickly and * a , s j'y Jon can relieve conghs due to colds, when jou try this splendid recipe. It gives-jon about four times aa much cough medicine for jour money, and j-oti'lj find it truly trondctftil, for teal relief. ?Iskc a syrup by stirr'ms - cups of Then put £',· ouqcss of I'ioes (obt*in- · frn ;° »°r drusirist) into a pint bottle. Add jour fyrap »n4 you hare a- full pint of atdicine that will amuz» jon by its quick action. It never spoil*. lasts a family a long time, anil usteii flue--cnildren love it. This simple tniiturc takes right hoH ot a cousb. For real results, you're never seen anything better. It loosens the phlejm, soothes the irritated membranes, and quickly ea.=os soreness nnil difficult breathinj. Pinei is a corapoiini] containinE Norway Pine nnil pnlatahle guaiacol, in concentratcil form, well-bnonrn for its prompt action in coughs and bronchial irritationi. . Money refunded i£ it doesn't please jou in every war. W. GODDEN DIES OSAGE--William Godden, 72, Roberts, Wis., died suddenly Monday morning, Jan. 4, at the home of his sister, Mrs. O. A. Frank, Where he had been a guest for some time. He had spent a few days at the home of a niece, Mrs. Karl Squier, who had just returned with him to the Frank home. He had a stroke as he entered the door and died at once. Surviving are three children in Wisconsin. JOINS NAVV AS CHAPLAIN NEW HAMPTON -- The Rev. Hugh McManus, assistant pastor o£ St. Joseph's church here, is spending a few days visiting his parents in Kansas City. The Rev. McManus has enlisted in the navy ns a chaplain and expects to leave shortly for service. Members of the parish will hold a farewell party for him. in the par- i«h hall on Thursday evening. GO TO KANSAS CITY ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sherman left Sunday morning for Kansas City, Mo., where Mr. Sherman will be employed in defense work. They have closed thoir house and service station and plan to be away for six months. Pluto, the planet most distant from the sun. is next smallest in size to Mercury, planet nearest the sun. A WAR JOB for WOMEN . . . A WAR JOB for YOU SAVE WASTE FATS TOMWE EXPLOSIVES! Save Wost» Kitchen Fats--dripping, grease, rendered suef. 1 ib«con grease . .. ALL FATS you con't re-uie in cooling. 1 .Every spoonful counts--H will moke glycerine.for explosi .Here is all you have fo~do:l .1.' Strain it into a can.r · 2. Store it in a cool ptace'until you hove a pound. 3. Sell it to your meat deal«r regularly. Your FAT is Urgently NEEDED for VICTORY CRYSTAL LAKE--Lieut. Rich-! ard F. Rabe of Crystal Lake, a member of the dental corps, was one of 480 officers of the army medical department graduated from the medical field service school at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., Dec. 30. SHEFFIELD-- Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rodemcyer and daughter, St. Paul, Minn., visited over the weekend ot the parental D. J. Atkinson and Dr. F. H, Rodemeyer homes. SHEFFIELD--Chapter FD, P. I-;. O., met with Mrs. C. L. Kammeier Monday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Dow conducted the lesson. PLYMOUTH _ Alva Crandle, ivjio has spent the hpliday session with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bachman is returning to his studies at a theological college in Kentucky for the remainder of the year's work. 1HJTCHI.VS-- The Ernest Freeman family of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gorman of Hutchins were dinner guests Now Year's eve at the Ben Baker home at Hayfield. HUTCHINS--At the James Durnin home Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loebig of Wesley were New Year's day dinner guests. Michael Loebig, who had visited at the Durnin home since Christmas, returned home with his parents. LYLE, Minn--Robert Hoblcirk left Saturday for Camp Joseph T Robinson. Ark., after spending the holidays at home. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. J. M. Johnson, spent New Years in Minneapolis at the home of liar mother Mrs. S. Thompson. LYLE, Minn. _ Mrs. Adolph Strand, who has been caring for a Mrs. Johnson near Glenville Minn., is now spending a few day at the. home of her daughter, Mrs Walter Blowers. LYLE, Minn--Jj rs . Lulu Hen dryx of Austin. Minn., is spending a few days at the home of Mr. am Mrs, William Nordland. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. C. A. Mols berry was able to be brough home from a hospital in Masoi City late Wednesday afternoon KANAWHA--The Evening Guilt of the Knawha Lutheran churcl will meet at the home of Mrs Charles Brower Tuesday evening Jan. 5. The guild will hold but on meeting each month lor the ne.x four months. KANAWIIA--The Rev. and Mrs D. H. Plesscher of the Christia Reformed church were surprise at their home Monday evenin when the members of the cVmre consistory and their wives came t spend the ei'ening. The pastor an his wife were presented with a gi from tlie group. KANAWIIA--A! vin Brand an Robert Hewlett who were recentl inducted into the service are no stationed at Cheyenne, Wyo. KANAWHA--Mrs. J. R. CosgrL is visiiiiig at the home of her sis tor, Mrs. E. W. Shaw ot Seville Ohio. KANAWHA--The local chapte of the American Red Cross has re ceived $58.55 in donations whic was used to purchase supplies fo the service men's kits. The Se\ and Sew club donated $15; Pas Noble Grands club S3; America Legion auxiliary $3; Evening GUI' SI; C. D. H. S. club §1; Double Si Bridge club $1; a friend $5.30; nn individual contributions amoun ing to 520.25. KAXAWHA--D. L. Wilkic n ceived a message Thursday evi nine of the sudden death of h father at Belleville, Kans. Mr. an Mrfs. Wilkie and three childre left Friday morning for Bellcvil to attend the funeral. CHAPIK--Mr. and Mrs. Fran Philpot spent several days la week with their son, Holland Phi pot and family nt Zearing. KOCKWELL-- Miss Ruby Dob son of Woodhurn. Ore., visited se\ cral days with Mr. and Mrs. \Vi Campbell. IIAMPTOX--Four hundred forty pounds of silk and nylon hosiery, or 16,000 stockings, were collected in a recent salvage drive in Franklin county, according to Mrs. J. II. Boehmler, committee chairman Mrs. Boehmler states that approximately 3,000 pounds of kitchen fat have also been collected during the last two months. GARNER -- Signalman Second Class Robert Hartwig ot the U. S. navy is spending a short furlough with his mother and sisters here., L. M. Browar drove to Des'Moines | on Nov.' Year's day to meet him MAXLY--Pvt. Fay V. Calvert, i son of Mr. and Mrs Osmer T. Cal-1 vert of Manly, is now stationed at the Will Rogers field. Okla.. where he is assigned to a bombardment squadron as an airplane mechanic. ACKLEY--Staff Sgt and Mrs. Hilton Ferichs ot Denver, Colo., spent several days in the home of Mrs. \Villiam Mueller, her mother, and with Sergeant Ferichs 1 parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Ferichs of Steamboat Rock. HAMPTON--B. H. Woodburn, operator of the Woodburn hardware store here, has sold his stock to the Klnssy hahdware store at Greene and plans to move his family to the west coast where he will engage in defense work. HAMPTON--Dr. W. L. Randall, member of the Hampton clinic, has been called to active duty with the U. S. navy medical corps and will report Jan. 11 at the U. S. naval hospital at Great Lakes. He holds the rank o£ lieutenant senior grade. Mrs. Randall and She two children will remain here for the present. GARNER _ Russell and Clint Stille and Dick Tompkins, students at Drake who have been spending their holiday vacations at their parental homes here, have returned to Des Moines. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. dam Beaver of Estherville are ere visiting witli the lattcr's other, Mrs. Will Vestwefer. GOLDFIELD--Glenn Moscley, ·.. spent the past week at the ome of his grandparents, Mr. and rs. C. O. Gorton at Kanawha. GOLDFIELD _ PFC. Kenneth aldus, who is the personal de- arlment at Fort Leavenworlh, ~ans., is spending a seven day fur- nigh at the home ot his parents, r. and Mrs. C. C. Baldus. GOLDFIELD--Mr. am! erald Agard of. Grand Junction, isitcd at the home of his mother, rs. Alice Agard, the last of the /eek. FROTIVIN --Don Hubcr re- urned to University of Illinois hursday after a 10 day furlougr 'ith his wife and parents, Mr nd Mrs. Joe Hubcr. PROTIVIV--Corp. Elias Lukes f Rapid City, S. Dak., is spend- ng his furlough with his parents Ir. and Mrs. Ben Lukes. KUDD--Miss Pearl Sinning re- urned to her teaching position t Manchester after spending tlv olidays at the home of her par- iits, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Sinning. JURORS CHOSEN FOR NEXT COURT Kossuth Petit Group to Report February 2 ALGONA -- The next term of district court will begin Jan. 25 with Judge F. C. Davidson of Em- mclsburg presiding. Grand jurors asked to report Jan. 28 at 8 o'clock arc Dick Been- Uon. Titonbu; W. J. Fuller, Algona; Mike Frcelinger, Livermore; Aiton Ferguson, Armstrong; W. E. Ley, Lakota; John Lucivvig, Corwith; Roscoe Mawdsley, Burl; Gene Martini, Wlu'Uemore; Jack McDonald, Lcdyard; Nick Nem- mcrs, Bancroft; Emil Schumaker, Fenton; Walter Sacks, Lakola. The following petit jurors wll! report Feb. 2 at 9 a. m.: Alice Aman, Lillic Foth, Jess Grubb, Sadie Harris, L. C. Reding, Clara Sankey, Burton Thorpe, Gus Torine, Ella Thompson, all ot Algona Carl I. Anderson, F. D. Cochrane Virgi! Jensen, S\vea City. William Blome, Elmore, Minn. Dick Benedict, Dorothy Duffy, Esther Porratz, U'hittemore; John Brand, Henry Hardt, Maynart Krosh and Aeilt Troff, ail of Ledyard; Jay Budlong and Harold roliiisoii, Titonka; John Carlson, Marie Kunz, Leo Lcightz and Clarence Nelson, all of Wesley; H. C. Hundertmark of West Bend. Mrs. G. D. Hart, Bancroft; Dorothy Hanna, Lone Rock; H. J. Price, Lone Rock; Joe Kennedy, Armstrong; Mrs. Lulu Lichty and Lena Trauger, Luverne; Curtis Olson, Fenton; Thomas Trersary, Andersons Return for Short Visit to Popejoy POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Anderson and Edward Anderson of Newton, visited over the weekend Sunday in the homes of Mrs. A. J. Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lekwa. The Anderson family moved from Popejoy last June lifter residing here over 20 years. during which time Mr. Anderson -served as cashier of the Popejoy Savings bank. Mr. Anderson is now employed in the bank at Kellogg. VISITS SOX AT LOWERY ST. ANSGAR--La Forest Sherman iett Sunday to spend a week with his son, Lt. La Forest, Jr., who is stationed at Camp Low- cry, near Denver, Colo. Clair Carson is Inking care of Mr. Sherman's place at the power plant here while ha is away. Mrs. Louise Brackin Funeral Service Held CRESCO--Funeral services were lield Sunday, Jan. 3, at the Bradley funeral home for Mrs. Louise Brackin, 57, wife o£ John Brackin, living on a farm north of Cresco where she died Dec. 30, 1342, leaving her husband and 12 children. The Rev. James Fleck, pastor of the Cresco Baptist church, officiated and the body was taken to West Union for burial. John Meyer Funeral Rites Held at Cresco CRESCO--Funeral services were held Monday, JEU. 4, at the Bradley funeral home for John Meyers, 67, farmer of New Oregon township, who died there Saturday, Jan. 2, in the community where he was born and had lived unmarried his entire life. The Rev. James Fleck, pastor ot the Cresco Baptist church, officiated with burial at New Oregon cemetery. Surviving are one brother. Charles Meyers of Cresco, and four sisters, Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. G. W. Lvulwig of Cresco; Mrs. Emma Phelps of Minneapolis and Mrs. Joe Reed o£ northern Minnesota. HOME FURNITURE STORE'S JANUARY SAVINGS 2S to 4O% These Reductions Will Save You Dollars You'll find dozens of wanted occasional pieces and suites on all 4 floors. These are floor samples, one of a kind, and soiled pieces that have been greatly reduced for quick clearance. Liberal credit--and free truck delivery right to your home! REGULAR SALE $229.50 Brocatelle Sofa, Regency Style $139.50 149.00 Lawson Sofa, Woodrose Damask Stripe 89.50 298.00 Swedish Modern Sofa, Pastel Blue, Boucle Cover 197.50 179.00 Permalux Davenport and Chair, 3 Suites to Sell ... 149.50 139.00 Davenport and Chair, Choice Colors, 3 to Sell 149.00 Odd Modern Davenport, Woodrose Boucle Cover . , . 139.00 Mahogany Bedroom Suite, 18th Century, 3 Pieces .. 149.00 Walnut Bedroom Suite, 18th Century, 3 Pieces 129.00 Limed Oak Bedroom Suite, Oak Interiors, 3 Pieces .. 98.50 Modern Bedroom Suite, 3 Pieces, Floor Sample 99.50 98.50 98.50 98.50 89.50 79.50 219.00 Burl Walnut Bedroom Suite, 3 Pieces, a Beauty 159.50 198,00 Bedroom Suite, Plank Top, 3 Pieces, Gorgeous 139.50 159.50 Dining Room Suite, American Walnut, 8 Pieces 129.50 49.50 Breakfast Set, Limed Oak, 5 Pieces 139.00 Solid Maple 6-Pc. Jr. Dining Room Suite 69.50 Lounge Chair, All Spring Steel Construction , 22.50 Platform Rockers, Choice of Colors, 5 Left 15.00 Occasional Chairs, Odds and Ends, Various Colors . 12.95 Junior Lamps, 7-Way, Your Choice of Lot 37.50 Modern Kneehole Desk, Waterfall Walnut 44.50 Mahogany Kneehole Desk, 18th Century 79.50 Duncan Phyfe Extension Drop Leaf Table, 4 Chairs . - 24.95 Solid Oak Extension Breakfast Set, 5 Pieces 39.50 99.50 49.50 18.95 9.50 9.50 29.50 34.50 69.50 19.95 Also odds end ends of Table Lamps, End Tables, Pictures, Mirrors, Hassocks, Smokers--All at Drastic Reductions

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