Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 11, 1945 · Page 6
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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j · 3 l 3 i THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1945 Charles City Globe-Gazette 24 MEN GALLED TO WAR SERVICE Floyd County Sends Group to Ft. Snelling Charles City--The following 24 Bien left Charles City Tuesday evening for Fort Snelling, Minn, where Wednesday they took the pre-induction physical examinations: Ivan C. Felix, Clifford C Knieger. Fay G. Dugan, Alvin M. Osterman, Willis D. Schmidt, John C Ecofield, Charles A. Watkins, Donald A. Michaelis, and Arnold R. Kupker, all of Charles City; Max E. Teeple, Gerald F. Grady and Donald E. Smith, of Rockford- Robert D. Bishop, Allen D. Roberts and Marion E. Kamm of Rudd- DeLoss J. Woolworth, Nashua; Lee I/. Stewart, Irwin L. Demaray, Galen E. Newton, and Eugene Stewart of Floyd; Dale C. Hardy and Everett C. Pattschull of Greene- Merrill J. Staudt, Marble Hock! and William H. Harrold ol Ypsi- Janti, Mich., was transferred out Of the above, Donald MichaeUs and Arnold Kupker are seniors in the Charles City high school. Another senior, Jack Ferguson left Sunday to take his physical for the merchant marine. Upon passing these 3 hoys will be given 3 weeks' leave before they return for induction into the army. · Having completed the first semester of their senior year, they will receive enough credits through their basic training to enable them to receive their diplomas in the spring with the rest of their class. Charles City Briefs The Floyd county rationing office was to be closed'Thursday afternoon so the board and personnel could be in attendance at an OPA meeting in Mason City The Howardville Community club will have a farewell party fo Mr. and Mrs. Dave Exline Frida at the Towner school. The Rev Paul Davis will speak on "Kee Your Head Up." The committee is Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tjaden Mr and Mrs. George Exline, Mr'and Mrs. Ray Henry and Mr. and Mrs Tom Waid. There will be a picni supper. · Births at the Cedar Valley; hospital included a daughter to Mr and Mrs. Gerald Fisher, and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hagarty. The business girls' and women's swimming class was to meei Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The Degree of Honor lodge meeting has been postponed Members are asked to watch for the notice of date. . The Past Matron's club -was to meet Thursday evening at the home of Emma Buckler, preceded by a 6:30 dinner at the St Charles hotel. ' · l .. v ' White Ash Camp No. 297, R. N. of A., will meet Friday evening in regular session at 8 o'clock. There will also be installation of officers. ' . \ McKinley P. T. A. was to meet Thursday evening at the school for a 6:30 pot luck supper. Members were asked to bring a covered dish, .sandwiches and their own table service. - Following the supper, a meeting was to be held. The Rev. Joseph G. Morgan was to be the speaker. · In the first assembly program held after the beginning of the year^Mrs. H. M. Clark "was named as acting principal of the junior- senior high school until Mr. Clark is able to resume'his duties He is still in the Cedar Valley hospital but is reported to be gaining steadily. Mrs. Clark has substituted as teacher of psychology dunng the illness of Mr. Clark but assumed her added duties when school re-opened after the Christmas holiday. Monday morning was the beginning of the government milk p ? n ,TM the Junior-senior h i g h school. In the senior high the milk was served to 47 students in the music room. In junior high milk was served from the Teen Tavern counter to 69 students. The majority bought milk on the government plan of one cent a bottle. Professor Discovers Former Charles City Resident Stricken in Ambulance at Waterloo Charles City-Funeral services for CUnton E. Lane, 65, of 710 Cottage street, Waterloo, custodian of the Elks club there, who died of a heart attack Monday, while in an ambulance enroute to Allen Memorial hospital in that city were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the OKeefe and Towne, funeral home at Waterloo, with the Rev. Hilmore E. Cedarholm, associate pastor of the Burton Avenue Baptist church, at Waterloo, in charge Interment was at Riverside cemetery in Charles City in charge of the Hauser funeral home, Trit 3 ."^ Deported f °r work at the Elks club as usual Monday morning and did not complain of being m, his fellow workers said. He was stricken during the noon hour shortly after leaving the club, falling in front of the Black Hawk Fruit Co., at Waterloo. " " A resident of Waterloo for 27 years, he was bom in 1880 in Charles City, son of Mr. and Mrs Charles Lane and married Miss S-I^Ui* slim Pkins at Mason City. They were divorced. survived by 2 sons, -Alvin .^Lane, agent at the Waterloo Cedar Falls and Northern railroad' "? Wa t"J?°. and Melvin B. Lane! also o£ Waterloo, and a daughter .Mrs. Alfred J. Rohmer, also Waterloo; his father, Charles H. Lane; and a brother, Clarence L. Lane both of Riverside, CaL, andlan- Warrm MILES VISITS MASON CITYAN Krivohlavy, 34 Months in Italy, Is "Rookie" WITH FRANK MILES Uowa D»Uy Press War Correspondent) With the 5th Amy in Italy, Jan. 10.--(1DPA)--"Please don't go any farther down this road. We don't want you to get shot a n d w e d o - i w a n t y o u d r a w fire our men dug in d o w n there little ways. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BOARD AND ROOM ·IP combat infantryrSan badge h Hi T"^ FM ,?'· s brother . Pacific 18 somewhere i Ralph south CLANCY NAMED TO SALES POST Charles City--The Standard Oil Co., of Indiana, Mason City division, announces the appointment of C. P. Clancy as their reseller salesman with headquarters in Charles g«y-·Mr.. Clancy has been with the Standard Oil Co., since his graduation from school. For 5 -years he was employed in the South Dakota division at Huron, Mitchell Rapid City, Watertown and Redfield. Two years ago he was transferred into the Des Moines division with headquarters - at Carro] where he has been until his place ment here. Both Mr. and Mrs Clancy are well known in Charle City as this is their former home He is the son of Mrs. J. E. Clancy and the late J. E. Clancy. Mrs Clancy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Castle of Charles City The couple have 2 children, John and Judy, and are making their home-at 617 Fifth avenue. Lotus Logan Married o CJarksville GirL Charles Ciiy--Mr. and Mrs August Hauser of Clarksville, Wed- lesday announced the marriage of heir daughter, Doris, to Louis Bob) Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. A sergeant was speaking to an a r m y private and me in a jeep in front of a shell battered house on a t r a i l in the A p e n n i n e MILES' mountains of North Italy. ' Come in and rest," invited 2 h'S .f taiery . ° bserve «, who also had come out to warn us against Sf-' 1 S? i An, observation Dance Promoter Makes Escape From Jail by Sawing Away 2 Bars n r ' -Hal Nelson, a dance promoter active in this area , fo r several months and awaiting E ^ n u l ury action °" numerous check charges and on a charge of from - ' ail Tuesday night wash floor .: 'Who here is from Iowa?" I inquired upon entering and noting ' of medium . fi «t class Leroy Crandall Hampton," said a brawny soldier, extending his hand V * te **"*· clas » -Frank Kri- is the son o Knvohlavy, 604 Jackson wa seas?" J° U boys been asked 6 months '" replied "Same here," from Crandall * , been Plumber who installed . a bowl in the jail last week The charge of embezzlement by agent resulted from the alleged sale of a public address system Nekon was said to have rented here - By GENE AHERN HE WAS 100 FEET' FROM, ME FUSE BEELER.' BEGAN ' .'-- I WAS A FRACTION OF A SB3DND SLOWER PULUM' TRIGGERS, SO AS TO GET TH'UNE ON HIS BULLETS, THEN HIT AND STOPQW !N AMD- AIR? ._ SUPPOSE AFTERWARDS, THE CITIZENS PICKED UP Trt' FLATTENED BULLETS TO USE AS ASH-TRAYS EH ? IM THE OVEN IS IN THE UNE'OP FIRE trypiogzua N A 2 T Y R N O Y T U V Z N Z G M D J R N G O Z R N Y R Z Z T D J R N . V E N Y. L A Z M M Y N R T _ Plan 'Floating Hotel* for War Zone Service Memphis, Tenn., (U.R)--A "Floating hotel" that' will house 700 sailors and has a barber shop, soda fountain, hospital,' and even a 3rd- clSss postoflice is being given final fittings here in preparation for commissioning at New Orleans and a tnp to the battle zones. The craft is known officially as an A. P. L.," barracks ship, and was built in Nashville, Tenn by the Nashville Bridge company. All- steel in construction, it has large mess halls with complete hotel kit- chen and commodious bu with steel cots. GOOD READING\ The entire New TestamL wai read orally at the Martonfchris- tian church the day beforfNew Years. An amplifying systek was lns ' a j j ed so t h a t the scriltures could be heard in the neighforing Sif 3 - T "e reading started aT4:30 until the las r t n word a of ReVdaUoh was heard. Old and .interesting copies of the scriptures: were on display during the. day i the "^urch. This was the 3rdT year Jt the church h?" 1 · « -- -- · - - - - · « » » oral readings. Enjoy Tea at its Best "SUADA" TEA In Packages and Tea Bags at Your Grocw's . "Rookie," kidded Peters They were in a hot spot. We stay under cover in said the 'captain in" , . rs Louis Logan of Charles City. They were married Tuesday, Jan. 9, at the Immaculate Conception parsonage at H a. m., with the Bev Father T. Rooney officiating at the single nng ceremony. Wilma Hauser, sister of the bride, and Earl Logan, brother of the bridegroom, were the attendants. A wedding dinner was served at 12 noon in the Louis Logan home. The newlyweds were to leave Thursday to make their home in San Diego, "This place probably is a little w 5 t ^ h U by the ^*« from where they are now," added a GI - +t a Io ,°, fc at au the shell .holes rS a ^^f U ^ ° Ut · there Across the tried ^ M T you how tte y nave tried to blast us out" lost 2B I was glad to leave We were about a . mile away ^^^.sa^ssK - ds and a crunching and flying dirt on the dtf a 16 ? made us reatiz e TM?tlw^ e *' s a i d ·""crning about Get out of here" fn S t ePP J$ hard on the acceler- t " { *awnw« the car perfectly. *? t ? ed , t ° »TM. too, but a photo-' graph of my expression, I am sure, would have looked like ,7,r cramps TM TMy stomach. Columbus Was Redhead Cambridge, Mass., ttJ.PJ--Chris- topher Columbus was a redhead turned white by the time he'made ms voyage to America in 1492 That's the opinion of Prof. Dan- 3£%£££*ZZ*?*TM Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations into the r f ve rese arch life of the noted explorer. Columbus was tall and well- built, of dignified miea, with red hair and beard, a long ruddy face clear gray eyes and acquiline nose' He. evinced a taste for yellow in cdmson i cln . r c m s o n in ca P=. cloaks and shoes," Prof. Sargeant said. i "CHICKEN CHASE" " =,,* hl ^ le « n , Dickens, 6 guineas ;:, and 6 ducks were chased until · - caught by Mediapolis residents ; ^ tiy youngsters, I day recently! ,; The occasion was sponsored by the · n Met ^P° lls Booster club which re;,; leased the fowl from the roof of a ··· local building. J '·' 5 w nl ^~~9- T ' Calvert - who lived , ;· in Manly for a number of ears , ; leaving here last fall for Nora *·: Springs,, was in Manly Tuesday ,· i transacting business and renewing' · ; acquaintances. His daughter whom : ·, he lived with here, Mrs. Hazel ; ;Chnst]ansen, is at St. Joseph's hospital, St. Paul, where she has Society was to meet Thursday V-,*52S n ? n the church parlors. LITTLE CEDAR--The Little Cedar Conservation club entertained at a party in the M. W. A. hall Monday evening DOUGHERTY-The ladies of the south side will sponsor a dance m the hall Tuesday night MARBLE ROCK--The W. S C S. was to meet Thursday afternoon for installation of officers at the town hall. ACKLEY--St. Mary's Cemetery Society was to meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ed Keninger. GARNER--The Erin township nutrition meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Anderson RIDGEWAY -- The. Ridgeway £ynoa Ladies Aid society will meet at the Ridgeway church at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday afternoon. GARNER--The Liberty Busy Bees 4-H club will meet at the home of Marjoris Greiman Jan. 20. 3225 «?» * the 5 ich., Murray of De- photo liaison officer ° Hicer ' of tte detachment of army, told me proudly that , m tte marine c °n in 1918 2 famous State University of Iowa athletes, Glen and Aubrey Devine, ongmally of Des Moine? The captain spent, many years in Hollywood in work related t"the motion picture industry ' t* · AUen c - Stanford of Clin- *°"' « one °f a- small group of ^Shboys getting high iraise in the 5th army for killing 16 and capturing 15 Germans in a recent battle. ^ ma i Cans ' S£ rving in the "Blue DevU" division, were h 1 H- SEt U! i a road block when they discovered nazis in a nearby t00k 15 house. They captives. '^-fc^^.Sl.t more of their kind. Together they surrounded the house PvT Stanford and buddies then occupied and opened a furious fire from self-propelled weapons, ar- ' fallery, mortar and small arms. had slain enemies without the , an and .when smoke from the burning bu»din en^ e '°P« d «e area they sltpp/a | u t and back to their own lines -_-- ----·---"ji. Brother- «, held its regular meeting in the church and elected the following officers: O. C. Ackman president; Warren Frevert, vice president; Roy Smith, secretary and A. W. Hoover, treasurer. ^^^4^4:4^^ nutrition Jan. 19. p meeting at her home 'been employed for ·months. the past 3 T « ^r elected the following officers: Fr. L. W. Klassen, president; Mrs Mary McLaughlin, vice president; Mrs. Frank Kirk, secretary- Mws Lida Campbell, treasurer; Popejoy _ Mrs. Lottie Pepper and daughters, LaVonne and Vir- S»'|T C£ W A\ der ' Idaho - visit «l in the Elmer Classon, Ernest Anders, and Virgil Miller homes. The Pepper family formerly resided in this community. fsn? sta Pfc rd is ' fantry, nicknamed killer regiment." Fifth army headquarters nami * of 8 the 349th in- the "Kraut- has nlH i * o ow sold.ers of the 34th division, who more , 30 day than 2'A fnrtn h ?, mew , alrtl furloughs after years overseas: Staff Sgt. Gerrit Koerselman George; Sgt. Gail F. Ambrose' Gravity; Sgt. Harold A Adams - ° Sgt. Edward O. Oreell Eldora; Tech. Sgt. Obert A. Thor. . . or- w MHIa; Tech. Sgt. Jos- Horkey, Remsen, and Sgt Claude A. Elder, Farmington Dorselman holds the silver' star for gallantry in action and wears t. h e Purple heart. His brother Anthony C, isl a sergeant at Fort Bragg, N. Car. Ambrose has the purple heart. Adams has 2 division citations and the purple heart Cenfield has the combat infantryman badge, the good conduct medal and the European the- r n . 3 cat "Paign stars. ' . !| 8 ht mortar platoon squad leader, has the purple heart LIBERAL TERMS FREE DELIVERY

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