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January 6, 1943

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

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JANUARY 6, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PLANS MADE FOR DINNER DANCE AT HANFORD HOTEL Weekly Drills Held by Company During Past 12 Months Marking the mustering int slate sen-ice of Company E, sec end regiment, Iowa State Guard a year ago the officers and me of the organization will attend dinner dance in the Wedgewoo room, Hotel Hanford, Monda evening, Jan. II. The local unit was recruited t lull authorized strength of 60 men within a week after enlist ments were opened Dec. 23, 194] On Jan, 12, 1942, the organiza tion was formally mustered fa) Col. Otto I. Ronningen, command ing officer of the Second regi ment. During the past year a pre scribed schedule o£ armory train ing has been carried out by re" ular weekly drills each Monda night at (he armory with non commissioned officers and offi cars schools held at other time during each week. * * * The company also participated in two weeks training at Camp Dodge in July and August ol last year. In addition a successful camp featuring field problems was held at Camp Theodore Roosevelt at Clear Lake last Oct. 17 and 18. * * * ' "Our greatest difficulty," say First Lt. Darrell E. Wilson, re cruiting and .plans and trainin^, officer, "is to keep the enlistee strength to maximum. Voluntee , enlistments in the armed force is the largest factor in the turn over. Almost 50 per cent of thi original membership are in activi service. In addition a large num ber have taken defense jobs a distant places and have been granted honorable discharges." To meet fhis situation the age limits for guard service have been revised. Men in acceptable physical condition between the ages o 17 and 55 are now eligible for enlistment. With the draft status particularly of older men. stabilized the company is now recruiting to strength and it is probable a waiting list will be established While the unit has never been below 50 men a full quota is desired in order to maintain maximum efficiency. Second Lf. Samuel C. Vician ·mess and supply officer, has been able to fully supply incoming ·members with all necessary clothing and eauipment. This is provided by the state without cost to JIB individual. Additional equipment is requisitioned as needed. All officers and enlisted men serve without compensation othei than the satisfaction of having an active part in interior defense Col. Arthur T. Wallace, chief of staff, in a recent memorandum to all members of the Iowa State Guard, states in part. "The contribution of the Iowa State Guard to ^ this nation's war effort may not seem large when compared to the glorious deeds of our soldiers in actual combat, but it has a rea and definite purpose in the tola scheme." * * * Invitations to the anniversary observance have been extended to Colonel and Mrs. Konningen, the regimental staff and Mai. Earl C. Wiclcham, commanding the second battalion. Arrangements for the affair are being made by a committee, selected by the company consisting of Sgt. Frank Schoben Cpl. C. Frederick Beck and CpL Capt. Leslie R. Whipple. the company commander, said in com menting on the past year's nc Guard Company Completes Year of Service in Mason City rnn ····^^^··^·^^^···L .* * * * * * * : · * * *' * * * * . ^^^^^ RHEUMATISM RELIEVED m h m - y . ypertension [High Bipod Pressure!. Hypotension · Low Blood Pressure). Excellent tram and bus Jemcc. via N. W. R. R. arid Greyhound bus to Shako pec. Minn..- M i St. £,. K. R. to ChaSta Minn.: Milwaukee R. R. to Glmcoc Minn.: Greyhound 6us filcnctoe i 0 Stokopcc. XVrllc for Booklet T. MUDCURA SANITARIUM .MINN. WNNERPOLIS *v Wlztt, Enjoy · wtztt, Friendly .lity of this newei; pro :,.-_--a hotel, the finest srcall« hotel i n Mi nueapoUs. Where th o lerviCGS of * commercial hotel are combined with tae rerif^l atmosphere of a suburban hotn« nd where parking is no problem! Here you will-discover . ., · A warm, friendly hcspifality. · Aa ecgcmcs^lo please you. · BftuUrally decorated, room* · Food you will enjoy. f convenient locatice · Freedom rrom trafiic noise. f Surprisingly moderate rate*. rite today {or our interettiag " ·** folder arid rate card. B. I VUUMAN. t .ivity, "We have worked hard am have accomplished much. It i altogether fitting that the mem bers of the company together with their wives and friends observe this anniversary. Jtt will marl the beginning of a new year o activity. New and interesting sub jecis will be introduced in the 1943 program. We anticipate littli difficulty in reaching our objec lives. The community has given us great support in the pnst. are sure this will continue to tine." MEN MAY ENLIST IN NAVY NOW Temporary Provision Made for Volunteering _ A temporary provision permit .mg men who desire naval service :o volunteer for that branch ha been set up, according to an announcement made by J. L. Palmer who is in charge of the navy re- M-uiting station here. Those enter- ng naval service under the new ·uling must come through the se- ective service board with which hey are registered. The first step for men between the ages of 18 and 38 who wish to serve in the navy is to volunteer or this branch with their draf joards. The boards will classify hem 1-A and direct them to report to the nearest navy recruiting station where they will be exam- ned and their induction completed. It Is possible for a man to contact the recruiting service In his community to determine whether or not he can qualify under the standard set up by the navy. No change has been made in these qualifications. * * ¥ The Mason City station has received its weekly quota and a vaiting list is bains- established Men will be scheduled for inciuc- lon according to Ihc date they 'olunteered. It is not known defin- tely how long the abore plan wil K in effect, but the officials of the Uason City station believe that ·olunteers will be accepted for a oeriod of 60 to 30 days. However hose interested in the navy a« urged not to delay as the above -lan is subject to change at any ime. Mr. Palmer emphasizes that hose who are now 17 years of age may enlist at any time under the egular enlistment procedure, but hat after they reach their 18th Birthday they come under the jur- sdiction of selective service and re subject to its regulations. Men .'ho are 38 years of age or over nay also enlist at any time and ave the advantage of entering the avy with a higher pay rate. It is Iso possible that men in this age racket may have experience that v-ill qualify them for ratings of a etty officer at the time of their nlistment. GOAT GOES ON BLITZ SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. (U.B-- he city has a secret weapon. I! is Homer, the Groat." Recently, Homer executed, a blitz by charging irough the wire fence that sur- junded him and "mowed down" x shipyard workers who were Baiting at the corner for their car. r ext, he charged Patrolman Larry Connell, who succeeded in get- ng him by the horns and "de- litzed" him. GREEXE -- An emergency serve meeting was held by the local oy Scouts in the home economics oom at the high school Monday ight. Mothers of the Boy Scouts aught the scouts how to prepare nd cook a meal. The Rev. John udemann is scout master, A. Despite the difficulty of keeping up to enlisted strength because of voluntary enlistments in the armed service and defense jobs in distant places, Company E of the second regiment of the Iowa state guard has continued as an effective organization in Mason City. These men will observe the occasion of having been in the service a year with dinner dance at the Hotel Hanford Monday evening. Here «* There Miscellaneous Items . From North Iowa and Southern Minnesota KAN'AWHA-^Louis Remer has returned to his home at Garner after being cared for in tho home of his daughter, Mrs. L. V. Deibler for injuries received in a car accident Christmas day. Mrs. Remer is recovering from her injuries but is unable to return to her home at this time. STILSON*--The Rev. Leo Wilson of the Stilson church is spending the week in Des Moines with his parents who reside there. CRYSTAL LAKE--Nodia Anderson left Saturday for her nurses duties at RTavshalltown after spending the holidays v;ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson. Miss Anderson has joined the army as a nurse and plans to be called the first of February. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. J. T. Voiding left Saturday for her home in Minneapolis after spending the holidays here with several of her children and their families. HAYFIELD--Fvt. and Mrs. Joseph Clark of Columbus, Ga., are here this week visiting relatives. Mrs. Clark was formerly Miss Verna Ruth Pringle and resided here. ^^^ HAYFIELD -- Mrs. Virgil E. Sellers returned from Miami, Fla Sunday and will visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Taylor. GOODELL--Mrs. G. H. Blakewell returned home Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where she went through the Mayo clinic. GOODELL -- Anthony Dwight, 11 months old son o£ Mr. and Mrs' Arthur Benson, is ill with pneumonia, and is in the Belmond nos- pital. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Eli David and daughter, returned Saturday after spending the past week at the Mike David home at Sioux City. JOICE--Mrs. Charles Abraham returned from Rushville, Nebr. where she spent the past six weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe David. POPEJOY--Mrs. R. M. Dodd and Jimmie Dodd returned home Monday following a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs, Walter Shearer, at Cedar Rapids. MESERVGY--Pvt. Albert Kuh- .ers, Jr.. of Los Angeles. Cal., is enjoying a furlough at the home of his parents. Albert Kuhlers, Sr., and other relatives and friends HIESERVEY--Miss Edna Koehler, R. K., left for Baltimore, N. J on. Saturday after spending the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Koch- T. GREENE--Clare Scott, who left uonday to enter service of the united States, was honored at a )arty at Greene Saturday night. BELMOND--Mrs. Mac Finn and .wo small daughters left for Val- 130, Cal., to join Mr. Finn who is employed at that place. HtJTCinNS--Mr. and Mrs. Wai- ace Donovan, and Mr. and Mrs, Cenneth Donovan and daughter, Donna Lee, were entertained Saturday at the Clarence Donovan home at Lone Rock. NORTHWOOD--Hugh Cooley vent to Minneapolis the last of the veek on a business trip. He ex- iccts to be gone a week. KAXAWHA--Mrs. Orville Wicks las returned to her home at Algona after a 10 day visit with rel- tives and friends here. Tire Inspectors to Have Round Table Discussion All those who have been appointed official tire inspectors in the east half of Cerro Gordo county will meet at 7:30 o'clock Friday night in the auditorium of the People's Gas and Electric company. A round table discussion will be conducted on the subject of uniform tire inspection. The earth is the fifth largest planet of the solar system. Oldest Retired R. R. Engineer on Central Illinois Succumbs WATERLOO, (.P) -- Henry L Chevalier, 94, believed to be the oldest retired engineer in the Illinois Central railroad system, died at his home here Tuesday! He had been retired since 1912. He was a member of the Brotherhood o£ Locomotive Engineers for 73 years. LAYETTES FOR ARMY WIVES EL PASO, Tex., (U.R)_A "Loan Cradle" has been established here by the USO and the women's auxiliary of the American Legion to loan layette equipment to army wives, the material to be returned when the baby has outgrown it. CONGOLEUM RUGS 4 ALL SIZES AVAILABLE Why put up with worn out floors when the cost of a new floor is so small? Beautiful, money-saving, easy-to-clean rugs, in all the new patterns. For the 9x12 size, only 95 Congoleum by the Yard 47 C ·K ^sq-yd. Heavy quality, smart, attractive patterns. Long wearing. Stylish designs. For every room. Save at this price W O O L R U G S Beautiful patterns, broodloom rugs, in rich color tones. Decorative and attractive. You save on these rugs, 9x12. Reg. ceiling price $45.00. 34 50 HALL and STAIR CARPET Modern, Velvet Quality, Very Durable Reg. $3.25 at $2.25 yd. Plain Taupe, 27" wide $1.19 yd. DAMON'S GLEN MARTIN REPORTED LOST Former Piggly Wiggly Employe Was in Navy Glen L. Martin of Union, Iowa ho was employed at the two Piggly Wiggly stores in Mason ity during his career here as lent cutler, has been reported lost in action, according to word received by his brother R W Martin, Chapin. Mr. Martin enlisted at the local oavy recruiting station about a year ago as a butcher. He was 2-3 years of age and unmarried. P.fr Martin came to Mason City from the Marshalltown Figgly Wiggly Further details have not been learned by his brother at this time. MESEnVEY--students who returned to colleges were Bob Hul- siber to Decorah; Robert Ruigh and Mrs. Franklin Fisher to Cedar Falls and Dorothy Octendorf and Ruth Dirks to Fella. Truck Operators to Form Organization A meeting of all truck operators of Cerro Gordo county has been called for G:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the Cerro Gordo hotel for the purpose of forming an organization of the trucking interests in this locality. Proposed legislation to come up before the present legislature will be discussed by J. M. Erockway, Des Moines, secretary of the Iowa Motor Truck association. A report also will be given by Leonard Simmer, president o£ The Leonard Lines, Inc., on the proposed new ODT orders soon to come out of Washington. Every truck operator, whether a private carrier, contract carrier or common carrier will be effected by these new proposed truck laws nnd all arc invited to attend this meeting. COULD BE WOHSE SAN JOSE, Cal., (U.PJ--Mrs. Marian Adrian feels that her private garage was robbed by a considerate thief. He drained off from her car 15 gallons of gasoline--but left the tires. MANY USES I never know when it miv «vr,,»__. . y occur--« mnor / ,»k«n uiagr, or bit of skin initaiion from extcr- [nal causes. But with it miy occur--· minor" r ~ irritation from cxtcr- ;, tisnt-tested Keiiool i--·--" '~-» iav *'*li*ble»"raiamr«iieno uicubnv. Ismtrt torment. Buy it today--use fceely. cl K Scientifically combining iogredieDts, well iTnowo for^eirpillative.ctioii.theR.MQoliedic.UorS Kentle as well »s efficient. No burning ala* (·ppUed-just long-Usting comfort.r - - (stores. DOWNSTAIRS Dflmorvs STORE Outstanding Savings are during our January Clearance, Shop for your house frock now at these below ceiling prices. · SUNNY SUE · WASH FROCKS Washable printed frocks to brighten up ,__. home life. They'll give lots of wear for months to come. You save 50c on every one $1.59 VALUES. Florals Stripes Checks \^, Nationally Known KITTY FISHER JANET WALKER FROCKS We have sold hundreds of these fine, styled right dresses. Now you can choose your street or everyday dress at great savings. Dark colors. Buy two for the price of one during Damon's January Clearance. VALUES TO $5.95 OFF ROBES GREATLY REDUCED ?8.95 values now $5*9? $7.95 values now $497 $6.95 values now $3»97 FLOOR TWO House Coats Printed seersucker housecoats in \vrap around and zipper styles. You save during 44 Damon's January Clearance. REG. $3.50 VALUES I 2

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