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January 11, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1945 IN THE AIR Bode--M. and Mrs. Lee Roland receftly received a letter] rom thei/son, L.t. Paul Holland, stating thjt after a few days leave ffrom duyes in Belgium, he was Iback in fhe air in bis one-man jlMustaug^plane. Zane firey struggled from 18981 until 1J04 to establishe a dental] practicefia New York. NEEDWOODLOT LUMBER SUPPLY Farmers See Scarcity of Commercial Lumber THEY USED TO CALL HER FATTY Aknott ·obctirraUe lot* at woght · powibJc for mo»t overweight people through B pieamnt, absolutely hana- ' lew reducing method. White eating plenty, it ia poeeible to take off es much ··thrcetofiveuBaightJypoundsavrcek. No exeicite, no starvation diet, no te- Farmers who will need lumber for building repairs or for new sheds and cribs probably will have to rely on their farm woodlots for supplies this year. E. W. Fobes, assistant area forester of the Iowa Timber Production war project, says that available commercial lumber -will not be ample for spring needs. Only mature trees should be taken from the, woodlots, of course. Sound logs containing no nails, wire or other" metal should be readied for sawing; those smaller than 12 inches ia diameter can be used for posts or fuel. Neighborhood pooling of custom logs in 1 location makes sawmill operators more willing to move in and reduces time and labor for handling and hauling the logs. A foundation should be built for sawed logs so the lumber.will season without warping or otherwise deteriorating. Ground be- eath the pile should · be kept well drained and free of vege- ation and decaying wood. A 2- nch space should be left be- ween boards to provide for downward air circulation. Fobes advises that stickers be ut of uniform thickness and dried thoroughly before being used in stacking lumber. Stickers always need to be placed exactly above 1* photo) one another--never off to the 1 side or the lumber may warp. A roof over the pile protects itl vea !f. foe those who seek to regain a graceful youthful figure. In fact, the Tremet ; Way m ab coofioentiy recommence* '', tKatyoa may try Trcmett without rWc ,i ing a penny. You and your Mends mus marvel at the exciting: improvemen in your appearance; you mint get the results you seek in 30 days, or yom monjy will be refunded in fuH. Easy to-follow directions with every package. Ask for Tremett at. Ford Hopkins Drug Store and dru stores everywhere. Skating Rinks Lighted at Both Parks Skating rinks at East and West park are now lighted and open to the public. The tennis courts at West park have been flooded and snow has been cleared from the river for hockey on the north side of the First street bridge and general skating south of the bridge. The East park tennis courts also have been flooded and lighted for night skating. James F. Orr, physical education director in the junior · high schools of the city, will supervise skating at the rinks from 7 until 9:30 p. m. on weekdays and from 2 to 5:30 and 7 to 9:30 p. m. on Saturdays and Sundays. I have been good sports in accepting I the nuisances and inconveniences 1 imposed by the increasing de| mands of this war." The message was read by Price a broadcast commemorating the boards' third anniversary. "Of course," Mr. Roosevelt said, "there have been a few cheaters and chiselers and black market- oughly unrepresentative minor* Famine in Athens was reported to have caused 100,000 deaths in 1942. PRESIDES OVER STATE SENATE --Lt. Gov. K. A. Evans, Emerson, demonstrates ; his proficiency with a gavel at the desk of the presiding officer of the Iowa senate. He succeeds Robert D. Blue, Eagle Grove, Iowa's new governor, at the helm of the legislative branch. (IDPA S. Sgt. E. C. Schultz jsted Among lowans Vounded in Action S/Sgt. Edward C. Schultz, Maon City, was one of 39 lowans vounded in action in the Asiatic, Central Pacific and European areas, as made public by the war department Thursday, according o an AP. dispatch received here. It was stated that in all cases the next of kin had previously been notified and had been kept informed directly by the war department of any change in status. from sun and rain, and saves considerable' loss from staining and uneven drying. Here '«* There Bode--George .Mitsven, who is serving in the navy as teletyp: operator at San Diego, Cal., is on leave at the home, of his mother, Mrs. Anton. Mitsven. Riccville--Officers for the Royal Neighbors were installed for the r ith Kate Buese as installing officer. Stacyville--Mrs. Lynn King returned from Scott Field, 111. where she spent the holidays with her husband, £vt. Lynn King, of the air corps. Manly --Guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Schaefer were J. S. Brown and Mrs. C. H. Irvine of Des Moines. Thompson--Pfc. Robert Hughes stationed'at Geneva, Nebr., enjoyed a 10 day furlough here with his mother,' Mrs. James Hughes. Chester--The Win Cray family attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Reed in Burr Oak Sunday. ARROW SHIRTS for business and dress A fine selection of men's ARROW shirts in Younkers Men's Shop . . . also ENRO shirts. Regular and long point collar styles. New patterns and color combinations . , . stripes and plains. Sizes 13'/2 to 18 32 to 35 inch sleeves $324 to $3 50 MEN'S SHOP YOUNKERS FEDERAL AND FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY Roosevelt Expresses Thanks to Members of U. S. Ration Boards Washington, (fP)--"The whole nation," says President Roosevelt, is grateful to members of the nation's rationing boards "who have served with selfless devotion in the vitally important work of rationing and price control." "It is my conviction," the president said in a message, "that the American people have been deeply appreciative of this work and eers--but they have been Administrator Chester Bowles on Meat is a "yardstick of protein foods" because meat measures up to every protein need ... all meat/regardless of cut or kind, has these body-essential proteins. Learn to make the most of the meats you can get from day to day by learning new cuts and how to prepare them. Tta taaritiamal OaUimli malt Of art acatHaHf to l*r ·*! Foot* **d ti*tritxm eflkf Amnfcan Mtjical Aaociation. AMERICAN MEAT INSTITUTE, Headquarters. Chicago. Members Hmrughoui Bit UitZai Safes INSTALLATION HELD--E. C. Fatland was installed as worshipful master of Harding lodge No. 649 A. ( F. and A. M. Wednesday night. Other officers installed ·were C. F. Loomer, senior warden; A. G. Krager, junior warden; E. J. Koser, senior deacon; R. A. Laurie, junior deacon; 3. M. Morris, senior steward; L. J.* Moore, junior steward;, A. T. Heggr, treasurer; C. C. Halphide, secretary; W. H. Hyde, tyler. H. C. Arvldson, retiring master, was presented a past master's jewel by Past master C. E. Price. (Frank Free photo). EARLY EDITION PRINTS by Standing Committees Announced for Session of Iowa Senate Des Moines, (IP)--Lt. Gov. Kenneth A. Evans announced Thursday the appointment of standing committees for the senate of the Iowa legislature. Chairmen of the principal committees included: Ways and means, J. T. Dykr- house-(H., RockHapids); agriculture, Richard V. Leo (R., Dysart); appropriations, Irving D. Long (R., Manchester); special school code, Rober Keir (R., Spencer); highways, Carl O. Sjulin (R., Hamburg); military and veterans affairs, John P. Berg (H., Cedar Falls); rules, Stanley L. Hart (R. Keokuk); special tax revision Fred Cromwell (R., Burlington) compensation of public officers and employes,-O. N. Hultman (R. Stanton); manufacturing, c o m - merce, and trade, Robert W. Harey (R.. Missouri Valley), and ational defense and postwar, G . Hill (R., Clarion). Youthful, colorful, flattering , . , one-piece printed rayon dresses heralding a bright- spring season. Wear them now under your fur coat . . . wear them on into spring and summer. Casualties 564,351 , ixclusive of Those n Nazi Counter Drive Washington, (/P)--Secretary o Var Stimson disclosed Thursda nat army casualties have reachec 64,351, exclusive of losses su ered in the German counter-o ensive launched Dec. 16 on tl vestern front The army's total coupled wi he.latest navy figure of 82,0 lushed overall casualties to 646 380 since Pearl Harbor, an incrcas of 8.241 since last week's rcpor 3f the increase, the srmy casua ties accounted for 7,999 and the navy for 242. Stimson said his report covered :he figures compiled in Washing;on through Dec. 29 but actually reflected casualties 2 or 3 weeks :arlier. He said, however, that he expected to have next week a report on casualties from the German counter-offensive. Bottles were used for the first time in England during the eighteenth century for the purpose of maturing wine. - Before World War II, U. S. manufacturers exported approximately $125,000,000 worth of farm machines a year. The tomato was originally believed to be poisonous and was merely grown as a decorative plant for the garden. --Budget Dresses, First Floor 1. Classic style . . . convertible neckline, three-quarter sleeves, colored plastic buttons. Green, navy, grey or coral rayon crepe with white bow knot print. 16 to 42. 2. Softly gathered yoke line, bow tie at neck. Buttons down the front. Hearts, and flowers print in black on lime, aqua or shell pink rayon crepe. 14 to 20. 3. Ruffle trimmed neckline, slim gored skirt, three-quarters length sleeves. Yellow flower print on grey, aqua on black or coral and coral on aqua, rayon crepe. 16 Vi to 24'/ 2 . YOUNKERS FEDERAL AND FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY

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