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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 6, 1943
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8 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY e, 1943 I 1 I t H E R E andTHERE Interesting Items From 125 News Correspondents Throughout North IOWQ and Southern Minnesota MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE . CRESCO-Mrs. F. C. Tail slip ped on the icy walk near her home In Cresco Saturday, Jan. 2 anc strained the ligaments in her ankl and is going about on crutches FOREST CITY-- Mr. and Mrs Charles Otis of Iowa City came Saturday to spend a week in tile parental Mrs. Mabel Mattison and Walter Otis homes. EAGLE GROVE-- Mrs. O. E Kerby and son. Frederick, ol Austin, Minn., visited for a few days at the Nerby-Marsh home on West Broadway. Frederick returned to Austin Saturday, and Mrs. Nerby remains for a longer visit. EAGLE GROVE-- Mr. and Airs. Leslie Wilcox and sons, of Sioux City, visited with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wilcox, and with Mrs. Wilcox's sister Mrs Mann. EAGLE GROVE-- Kenneth Hovland, who has been a student at Ames, is visiting at his home here for a few days, until called for army duty. Wilmer Ro'mpf, who is a student at Drake university, Des Moines, visited his parents for few days. EAGLE GROVE-- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gross visited for several days in Cedar Rapids at the home of Mrs. Gross' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis. _ SEXTCKV-- Mrs. Mary Miller arrived home on Sunday from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Travis at Storm Lake, Iowa. LELAND-- Cpl. Ralph Brighton who is stationed with the air co^ps at Rice Field, Cal., arrived here Thursday to spend a two week furlough at the home of his brother Stanly Brighton. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without OWl-And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Ruin* to Go . u s x n r t a p i n l a a [ Me juice into jour bowob every day. Jf this 5Sl5 ", at "»'"»* f «*'J'. f"t food may not digest It may juat decay in the bawds. Tben *?* VyV* F"? " tonl «^ YM set con- Minted. You feel »our. Kink «nd the woiM looka punk. T U *#)? thMe 3** 1 ' ° ld C»rt«r-» Little Liver Pills to get these 2 pint! of bile flow- JnE freely to make you feel "up and up" SSL.* P*. 1 ***" totty. Take u directed. J-ffeeUve in making bile flow freely. Ask tor Carts'* Ijttle I4ver Pflla. 10/ and 25^. SEXTON--Mrs. Sim Bemis and daughter, Mary Kay, left Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Bell Waters of Estherville. Mrs. Waters is confined to her bed as a result from a fall at Christmas SEXTON--Pvt. Henry Mahler of San Francisco, Cal., is spending his furlough with his brother, Clarence Mohler, nortii of Sexlcn CHAPIN--Mrs. R. W. Martin returned home Saturday from a short visit at the R. Bullemer home in Oskaloosa RAKE- -Ensign Lloyd Ryg of the navy air corps at Miami, Fla., spent a two week furlough at the parental Lewis Ryg home. RAKE--Mrs. John Hodnefield visited at the parental Ed Swenson home at Radcliffe a few days. .RAKE -- A. J. Sabin returned on Saturday from Northfield, Minn., after visiting his niece, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Murphy and family, the past two weeks. RAKE-- Pvt. Raymond Jensvold, who was stationed at St. Petersburg, Fla., has been transferred to Fort Logan, Colo. GARNER-- Ralph Newton and W. L. Law'norn were appointed members of the Hancock county tire rationing board to succeed J. C. Ford and George Meinecke who resigned from the board here Monday. KANAWHA-- Cpl. Leslie Faber of Camp Dodge and Miss Adra Yeoman of Algona came Thursday for a visit of several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L E Faber. KANAWHA-- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Powers returned home Tuesday from Nevada where they had visited relatives for several rdays. Mrs. Powers' daughter-in-law, Mrs. David Baker and son, came with them for an extended visit. GARNER-- H. H. Mullin of Britt was re-appointed director of relief tor Hancock county here Monday by Hancock county supervisors. KANAWHA-- Mrs. Don Goodnow of Iowa City is a houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart. RAKE -- Arnold Esteboe arrived o spend the winter at the parental John Esteboe home. He has been employed on 'a freighter on the "rreat Lakes. STACYVILLE-- Dr. and MLS. B. . . . T, Hartnell received a cablegram rom thei Burton iioned somewhere in the Pacific wishing them holiday greetings ' LeROY, Minn--Miss Gale Madison resigned her work as secretary of Mayo clinic, Rochester a f t e r - 1 5 years, and left Sunday for Minneapolis to take a two weeks' course in electronical CORWITH-Mrs. Ralph Trees returned to her duties as assistant postmistress atter being absent thr A e weeks Because of illness. ALEXANDER--Sgt. John Stof- ler of Camp Carson, Colo., came bunday on a furlough to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Stof- fei- and othei- relatives FAULKNER _ Mr . alld Mrs Louie Ulfers are parents of a daughter bora New Year's eve FAULKNER -- Raymond Ben- nmg of Camp Forrest, Tenn. is here for a 10 day furlough at the home of his mother, Mrs. Dave Benning. CORWITH-Word has been received from Miss Dorothy Francis that she has successfully pas-ed her civil service examination and is now employed in Long Beach, CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. H. J Carstens spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines where they purchased a house trailer. They plan soon to move to California where they will make their home and where Mr. Carstens will be engaged in defense work. COBWITH--The board of education or Magbr township met Jan 4, and voted to give all teachers holding first grade certificates ra i s i? "isa'ary P er month or . All holders ot second grade certificates are now receiving a salary of $85«a month. ALEXANDER-Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bosley and, children were visiting friends and relatives at Waterloo the past week i A ^ E X AN »ER--Leonard Arends left Saturday for his school work at Alma, Wis.. after spending the bohdays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arends. ALEXANDER-Sgt. Tech. Russell Lai-sen of Seattle, Wash, came Saturday for a 10 day furlough to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs .l s TM rse " and othel ' relatives. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Dunn received word that Lost Rites Held for Nurse their son-in-law, Allyn Hagen, re- tional agriculture leader n c, m - metsburg and accepted a position as county agent of Mitchell company and will reside at Osage. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson spent from Thursday evening until Sunday at :he Harvey Lund and Clarence Olson homes in Westby, Wis. Harvey Lund, a former Rake resident, left on New Year's day for the See Bees of the U. E. navy at Norfolk, Va. CHESTER--Gerald Jones, who has been working in the railroad postoffice terminal in Chicago has been transferred to the Santa Fe rajlroad. His run is from ChicaTMo to Kansas City through Ft. Madison. CHESTER--Miss Effie Tibbals, who has spent her holiday vacation at home returned to Ellsworth where she is teaching. GARNER--Representative and Mrs. W. S. Pritchard are leaving for Des Moines Friday preparatory to the opening of the Iowa le°isla- ture on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard will live at the Kirkwood hotel at Des Moines during the time occupied by the session. GARNER--Fred C. Missal went to Chicago Monday evening to attend a meeting of the national -·"" "** \-iiwicii w 111 uII IS DC 11 held at the Atlantic on Tuesdaj Judge Henry N. Graven of Clea Lake is chairman of the nationa board. GARNER--Stewart Lee returr.e the last of the week to Sturgeo Bay, Wis., where he is employe m a ship yard. He spent the hoi days with his family here. KAXAWHA--Mrs. Robert Clar and two daughters returned t their home at Webster City Frida after a 10 day visit at the horn of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joh Howlett. LeROY, Min»._Mr. and Mi- Roy Prentis and daughter c Mabel, Minn., spent part of thei Christmas vacation with his moth er and sister, Mabel. KANAWHA--Pvt. John O. Om vig is home on a short furious from Ellington Field, Tex. HG j visiting at the home of his fathei Abel Omvig, and with other rela tives and friends. CARPENTER--Jack- Culbertso returned from a week's visit at th home of his grandparents, Mr. an Mrs. T. V. Adams of Oaklanc Minn. CHAPIN--The new officers an. teachers of the Methodist Sunda school for 1943 were installed in i brief ceremony on Sunday morn ing. They are as follows: Genera you. fat/ don't fare fa go fo f6e radio sAowfo se/icf Here's the Duffle Sag into ·which the Camels go when the contestant fails to answer the question correctly. The contents of the Duffle* Bag, after the show, are sent to various service centers for free distribution to the Yanks. Even when you can't answer,you still send thanks to the Yanks. Over 585,000 Camelshavc been sentat this moment of going to press. HAWKS Think hard, Mr. Murray!,.. Snapped here is Martio H. Murray of New Bedford, Mass, trying bard to answer his question and send his nephew at Fort Bragg 2,000 Camels. JHe got the answer. And his nephew got the smokes. Here's Mrs. Wilfard C. Long, of Portland, Oregon, very happy over the f act that she's given the right answer to one of Bob Hawk's questions. A certain officer in the Army Medical Corps overseas will be happily wiptised with 2,000 Camels. "...your dealer will send Camels for you to any Yank you want to thank ... son, brother, sweetheart, pal, anybody anywhere." TV/TAYBE you've been in the audience of Camel's new -i-'J. Thanks to the Yanks program in the Columbia Broadcasting Studio in New York. Maybe you were even in the show. Or maybe you heard it on the air. "Anyway, you probably know that when a quiz question I give out is answered correctly, we send up to 3,000 Camels to any service man the contestant names. Everybody has a lot of fun-in addition to providing soldiers, sailors, marines, and coast guardsmen around the globe a Jot of free smoking fun-with Camels, their favorite cigarette.* Tune in this Saturday night. " can send your thanks to the Yanlo-show or no show! Your dealer has complete mailing instructions for all branches of the service. Sec him today and thank a Yank with a carton of Camels." --th« full, rich flavor. Hie slow-burning of COSTLIER TOBACCOS FIRST IN THE SERVICE *The favorite cigarette with men in the Army, Navy Marines, and Coast Guard is Camel. (Based on actual sales records m Post Exchanges, Sales Commissaries, Ship's Service Stores, Ship's Stores, and Canteens.) FOOT Camel evening programs you 009(11 to fcear.. MONOAT.CU. BLONDIE THV»»AV.N.B.C ABBOTT AND COSTELLO CONSULT YOUR PAPER FOR LOCAL TIMS CAMEL CARAVAN MTURMT-CBJ. THANKS TO THE YANKS superintendent, Henry HaKwas- sen; first assistant supt., Lloyd Dodd; second assistant superintendent. Mrs. Etta Pascoe; junior superintendent. Mrs. Ada Bender; cradle roll superintendent, Mrs. Clyde Collins; home department Mrs. H. M. Tiffany. HAYFIELD--Pvt. First Class and Mrs. Marvin Johnson have arrived from Fall River, Mass., for a week's visit at the parental John Johnson and Thomas T. Blank homes. FEXTOX--Doroihy Dreyer re turned Monday from Atlantic where she visited the past week with her friend, Margaret Pollock LeROY. Minn--Mrs. and Mrs 3. Auhves and children of Austin jpent a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. Cornelius and lef Sunday for California where he has procured defense work. ALEXANDER -- Students tha returned to their school duties are Marjorie Richard to Ames; Allen Rodemeyer to Cedar Falls anc Virginia Green to Hamilton college at Mason City. SCARVILLE--Junior Thompsoi returned to his home in Ceylon Minn.. Monday morning aftei spending his vacation with hi= grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thompson- SCARVILLE--Mrs. Nettie Larson of Seva, S. Dak., is visiting with relatives here. SCARVILLE--Geneva Bye rc- iurned to Des Moines Sunday after having spent the holidays at :he home of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Lewis Bye. LeROY, Minn--Mrs. M. J. Ginger, who is staying with her par- snts. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Madison, received word that her husband Matthew J. Ginter, arrived safely with the armed forces in India SCARVILLE--Mrs. S. E. Reiso and Mrs. Martha Felland spent Thursday and Friday at the Charles Craven home in Huntley LeROY, Minn.--Miss Patricia iawkins, Norval Morse, Earl 2reen and Edwin Hurlbut re- urned Monday to St. Olaf college, ^orthfield. after a two week vaca- ion in their homes. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations ALGONA-^Chapter BX B W, E. O. will meet Wednesday at he home of Mrs. Theodore Hut- :hinson with talks on Mexico il- ustrated with Mexican music. * * ' * BELMOND-- St. Anne's Study club will meet on Jan. 7 with Mrs. ^. C. McGuire. Mrs T. P. McNulty s lesson leader. * * * ALGONA--The Women's club vill meet at the library on Fridny ifternoon with Mrs. Borghild Robinson speaking on the Scandinavian countries. Trondheim, Nor- vay, was Mrs. Robinson's native home. She studied in Munich, iermany. * * * KANAWHA--The Kanawha Lu- heran ladies' aid will meet at he church parlors Friday afternoon at 1:30. Hostesses will be Mrs. R. Dirksen, Mrs. Art Harlow nd Mrs. Tillie Evans. * * * FOREST CITY--The Immanuel .utheran women's society meets 'hursday, Jan. 7. Program topic is Immigration of Early Pioneers," y Mrs. N. A. Gangsei. Hostesses re Mrs. Oscar Larson. Mrs J Peterson, Mrs. Chris Thompson. Wrs. Ed Chryst and Mrs. Oley Vorstrud and Miss Bertha Daniel- on. * * * FOREST CITY--The Forest :ity Band Mothers' club will meet Vednesday night at the school ousc to install the following offiers: Mrs. Thelma Gangsei, presi- ent; Mrs. Arthur Sime. vice- resident; Mrs. Junior Otis, sec- etary; Mrs. Floyd Fox, treasurer. The lunch committee is Mrs. Hugh Croft, Mrs. Floyd Oswald and Mrs. Harold Bartleson. * * * ALLISON-Junior Red Cross ownship chairmen will meet at he office of N. E. Hyland, county uperintendent, Saturday after- oon, Jan. 9, to make plans for arrying out 1943 projects. The ession will open at 1:30 o'clock . rn. Mr. Hyland is county chair- lan of the Junior Red Cross. * * * ALEXANDER--Reformed La- ics' aid met Wednesday after- oon. Jan. 6. Hostesse, Mrs. C. C :hultc. * * * ALEXANDER--United aid so- cty met Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses: Mrs. Grant Smith and Mrs. John Hill. * * * ALEXANDER--The Cemetery society will meet Thursday afternoon, Jan. 6. Hostess, Mrs. C. C. basement. * * * DOUGHERTY--T h e Catholic ladies of the east side division are making plans for a dance in the hall Wednesday, Jan. 13. Huck Shaffer's music. * * * DECORAH--The Decorah Lutheran church will hold its annual meeting Monday evening, Jan. 11. The annual election of officers and reports by various committees will form part of the meeting. Retiring members'of the board of deacons are Charles Stoen, Sigurd Hanson and Mrs Oscar Rognas. Board of trustee members who retire are N. M. Larson and Oscar Aspemon * * * CALMAR--The American Legion will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bertha Orke, with Miss Agnes Kiel co-hostess. CALMAR--The Community ladies' aid will meet on Thursday afternoon-at the home of Mrs. Ned Taylor. The afternoon will be spent in sewing for the Red Cross with basket lunch served at the close of the afternoon. Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia, and Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, San Salvador, Guatemala and Panama all produce coffee. Redding, Cal., has a municipally owned gold mine. Helen Tegland Begins Work as McCallsburg Third Grade Teacher CLARION--Miss Helen Tegland of McCallsburg, Iowa, has begun her duties as teacher in tha third grade of the Clarion schools. She is a graduate of the I o w a State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in primary education. 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