The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 10, 1945 · Page 16
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 10, 1945
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16 ANNUAL MEETING HELD AT CHURCH Congregation Issues Cali to E. Bergeson A call was extended to Ernes Bergeson oi Bock Island, 111., t become the pastor of Immanue Lutheran church, after being or darned the fore part of this year when the annual meeting of th church was hejd Tuesday eve ning, with the Rev. E. K. Nelson of Algona, presiding. Mr. Bergeson is well known to the local congregation, since he has served here part of the time during the vacancy. Financial reports were given by the treasurers and financial secretaries of tbe various groups and societies, which all showed that tbe Immanuel church members are looking forward to a debt free church in the near future. Mrs. Roy Myers has served as financial secretary for the church from the time 'Sherman Wickre (now reported missing in action in France) left for the armed forces. Roy Smith has served as church treasurer for several years. New officers elected included Nels Landgren, church secretary- Chris Klemensen and Harry Hanson, deacons; Charles J. Olson and B. E. Setterberg, trustees; Mrs. Howard Gage, Sunday school superintendent; Miss Olive Larson auditor; George Schriver head usher; Miss Helen Johnson organist. ' Einar · Anderson was elected delegate to the district meeting to be held at Fort Dodge and Nels Landgren.was elected delegate to the conference meeting, which will be held at Cowrie. The congregation decided to make many improvements on the 1S45 a " d parsotla S e during Butler County Board Sets Year's Bounties Allison--The. board of supervisors set the following amounts to be paid as bounties: Crows 10c- gopher, 10c a pair of feet; cub foxes, $2, and foxes, S2.50. LOCAL PASTOR GOES TO GREENE JMASON CITY .GLOBE-GAZETTE PIN'-UP--Thls photo of Janis raige, movie actress, was one of six pin-ups requested by U. S bomber crews on Saipan. iancock Board Names Official Newspapers Garner--The Garner Leader ntf Signal, The Britt News-Triune, The Klenime Times and The -ianawha Reporter haye been amed as official county papers or the year 1945 by Hancock ounty supervisors. H a n c o c k ounty is entitled to' 3 official ewspapers and the Klemme imes and Kanawha Reporter ave entered into an agreement thereby they split the proceeds f official publications as the 3rd fficial paper. Wealth of the Pharoah Parish Holds Reception for Him Thursday Night Father A. D. Gibbs, who has been assistant pastor at St Josephs Catholic church here for the past 114 years, is leaving this weekend for Greene where he has accepted the assistant pastorate of St. Mary's church. Father Gibbs came to Mason City from Waterloo. In Mason City he has been an excellent worker in all activities of the parish, esp . ec .'^ ] y TM boys' athletics, it was stated, and the church regrets his w ^ re "P u °n as a farewell for Father Gibbs held by the paush on Thursday night beginning at 7 o'clock. It will include a musical program to be presented by the school and a, few short .FIND OWX m-GERPRINTS Kansas City. (U.PJ--After the robbery of a small resturant here, police exulted to find a series of distinct fingerprints along the counter beside the cash register They were identified easily but Hie exultation ceased The prints included only those of the proprietor and several members of the police force who ate at the establishment, across the street from their precinct station. Portland cement does not come ° r " ? n d or any part of the States, but from England Cost More to License Dogs ' dogs for 1945 at $1.50 for male dogs and $4 for female dogs Th I rate )s an increase bf.SOc on male dogs and y on female dogs over nnlm i eavy losses to domestic animals caused by dogs and wolves in 1944 was given as th reason for the increase Vacation Ends After Rural School Burns;, Classes In Farm Home Nashua-- Pupils who were en* n f *t winter vacation from schoo the past week since the school at Republic burned are back at the old grind. A part of he Lee Strike farm home just ac . r °ss the road from where the school house stood, has been rented and' school was resumed junner Home After 50 wissjpns Over Enemy Iowa JFalls--T..Sgt. Robert Repp spending an 18 day. furlough at he home of his parents, Mr and to^e^led^t^esSre^nl year ago after making 50 missions ver enemy territory as a gunner on a bomber while based in north Ainca. He is now an instructor n gunnery at the: air base a Rapid City, S. Dak. His wife ac companied him to Iowa Falls. at GUY F, CHERRY, 51, SUCCUMBS Funeral Rites to Be Friday Afternoon Guy Franklin Cherry, 51, died about 6:15 p. m. Tuesday at a local hospital, following an illness: He had resided at a450'A N. Federal avenue, having come to Mason City 15 years ago. Mr. Cherry was born Feb. 9 J3, in Warren county, Iowa He is survived by his wife and one sister, Mrs. C. W. Wheeler, Mar- tmsdale, -Iowa: Mr. Cherry was -preceded in death by his parents Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at 2:20 o'clock at the Aitterson funeral home, with the Hey. A. N .Hog ness, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, officiat- ng. Burial will be at Eimwood cemetery. · · GIs CUT·'£!« DEEP Seattle, ( the South Pacific, GIs really "cut the cards" according to Pfc. Jack Mecarte'a of Seattle. The critical scarcity of claying cards is remedied easily y cutting the decks in half As each card has duplicate markings at each end, one deck becomes 2. YANK TRANSFERRED .Nashua--Mrs. Harry. Trepton eceryed word .that her husband Cpl. Harry Trepton, who has been n the: Hawaiian islands 11 lonths, and in New Guinea 8 has een sent to the Netherlands, East ndies. He is a member of the mortar platoon with the Infantry Wliaft the idea? 3 tickets/ OEEMS hard on the man, yet there he is, **·* with practically 3-cars-in-l . . . First, that's his pre-war car ... Second, it be- came his wvtfaw car . . . And third-long may it live postwar! For not even record-smashing new car output in 1945 can keep millions from being forced to wait until 1946 or S0 ~ mos f i; kely including you. Then go the limit shielding your priceless .motor car by having its engine OIL-PLATED. That's your sure gain in switching to Conoco N* motor oil. Made of finest paraffin-base stock, refined by latest processes, Conoco N« oil actually tops all that by ML-PLAHNO your engine's insides. This extra inner, surfacing checks even cruel acid corrosion. In fact, no straight liquid oil-always wanting to , slide off-can ever fight wear like Conoco N «* oil's high-strength liquid film. PLUS unprecedented on.- PLATED. And the less wear, the less carbon and sludge , ... the more gasoline mileage a^d battery life too There's your whole fistful of reasons for getting patented N* oil. It costs a mere trifle extra, but how it will help to conserve your WHATlSOIL-PUTING? It's the lubricant (hat becomes almost an actual part of tbe cylinder walls, piston rings, bearings and shafts. That's how closely OIL-PLAT- IXG is attached by Conoco N*A oD's added ingredient-developed by endless farsighted, costly research. Even after your car steads cold, . the on,-PLATEi parts are still «ady-lubricatdd--Jtforc my fere liquid oil could circufa If. And out goes the worst Winter starting wear another boost for car life! B« sure to read Oil* who/a md car! Change to an OIL- PLATED engine today at Your Mileage Merchant s Conoco station. Continental Oil Company . C O N O C O Good News! Lovely, Long Wearing Furs or Great Savings , £ All Fur Coars priced regular up to 98.00 All Fur Coats priced regular up to 149.50 All Fur Coots priced regular up to 189.50 now *129 50 12 MonHis to Pay Fur Coats YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD MOTOR OIL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1945 WOLFS YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD OPEN AN ACCOUNT

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