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January 7, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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THURSDAY, JAWUASY 7, 1S43 At Mess Coll in New Guinea AmSican crfftsK" «?' l IacNlder ' U : f- A., task force commander in the Australian. H«P ,?n £ · G B ?- na a ^ a of New Guinea - stands first w line, above, as sol. J r«« i TvT S M-!f a natlve Vlllage somew here on the Island. This photo was taken re General MacNider was wounded at the front. 50 Head of Cattle Graze on Augusta Golf Club Course ; AUGUSTA, Ga,-W--Fitly head of cattle are now grazing on the once-immaculate greens and fairways of the Augusta National Go] club course--scene of the annua masters tournament. Club members last April decided to discontinue the tournament for the duration. "The course wasn't doing anyone 'a bit of good--just idle ground,' explained Bobby Jones, former emperor of golf and now a captain in the army air force. "So we thought we would add it to grazing lands available for the war effort.' Jones laid out the course. The honeymoon isn't over if he can be affectionate without prompting her to sniff his breath --Cedar Rapids Gazette. NOW SHE SHOPS 'CASHflNDCARRV Without Painful Backache Blaay ·uffpren relieve najgginz bscfcada qinckli*. one* they disco\-er that the raml dujjeoi their trouble may be tired kidntii. ,-, JJJ^SI ·».?·""··· cWef w.y of tak- K im B ° !t PM11 * *** "*° ut 3 Wen d[«orr of kidfley function perxnita poioDou. natter to remain inVoi b tood it eiaapm backache, rheunatic pii». . , frequent or «c»nty gmMitiag and hurninir . They five happ ih«ljmil«ofknlney tubes flush out poison- oua- waste from your blood. Get Doan Pilk. d will help MacNider 'Prospective Entry' in 1944 Presidential Race Tucker's Column National Whirligig Writes About Him The name of Brig. Gon. Han ford MacNider is again receivir.i prominent mention as a possibl_ candidate for the republican nomination for president. The syndicated column, Nation al Whirligig, written by Ra' Tucker at Washington Wednesdaj devoted considerable space to the mention of the Mason Cityan now recovering at an Australian hospital from wounds received in action on New Guinea. Says Columnist Tucker; * * * "The name o f . Briff. Can. Hanford MacNider has recently began to figure j n republican leaders back room conversations as a prospective surprise entry in the 19« presidential race. In the opinion of influential politicos looking over the scene, the lowan now servtns brilliantly on Guadalcanal mav become a formidable figure-war or no war when nominating: time returns. * * * "While there is obviously no connection between this snecula- :ive talk and the choice of felloe owan Harrison E. Spangler as he new G. O. P. national chair- nan, the boys pointed out that he families of the two men have een friends .from way back. The lew boss was a law partner of the late James W. Good, who made Hanford his assistant sec- ·etary ot \var. "Mac" also has a in the Army -for pork products are important time food fighting men. '' ITTERS- FAST GAINS It's your wir time duty 10 do ill you c»n to wein bfjt litters of heivy pigs thij year. Feed to do .the job -- -balance out your Kr.Hn with Purina Sow and Pig Chow «al Din-builder. It payj, too! EARLY TO MARKET Your country needs Knlsbtd ho« on the market sooner. Purina Hog Chow goes with your grain to do that job -- puts on pounds quick and thick-- helps get hogs to market early! Means you get more money for your grain on the hoof! FARMERS ELEVATOR diplomatic background, having served as minister to Canada. "He has been national commander of the American Legion and was one of the best likec chiefs or that organization. Anc the fact that he was wounded in the first world war as well as in the present conflict will not dam age his chances. * * ¥ "Nobody can predict yet wheth er a military figure will appeal tu the nominators or electors when June 1944 rolls around. The peo pie may have become so weary of the fighting that they will turn to a homespun type who doesn' know the butt from the barrel o a rifle. "Here again, however, the darkest of current dark horses may fortunate, for he is not known primarily as a professional soldier. He has been a banker, a farmer and a cement manufacturer. . Here M* There Miscellaneous Items From North Iowa and Southern Minnesota BOtTGHERTY--Laurence and Sonny Yost of Farmer, S. Dak. are visiting relatives here LELAND--Clifford Vernon Bat:on, son of Edward R. Batten, will soon complete his training at the ^reat Lakes, 111., naval training base. Upon completing "boot B raining the new bluejacket will be granted a nine-day leave, at which "TM £ e PTM bab 'y will be home. CORVVTTH--Word has been received of the serious illness of ohn Chambers of Goodell. Mr. Chambers is confined in the Belmond hospital. CRYSTAL LAKE--Lt. Ivan N. .anlan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- ern P. Scanlan has recently reported to the air depot training tation at Will Rogers field, Okla , or duty with a service group, the v ^r^SF2, rtment has announced. CODLTER--The many friends if A. P. Johansen, \vho has been n the Deafness hc:-it a l the past ive weeks, and submitted to two iperations for cataracts of fhe eye s improving nicely and will be ble to return to his home on a veefc. CHAP1.V--Mrs. Addie Hardin ind family moved to Conesville owa. Monday where Mrs. Hardin vill be employed in a telephone SW * I ; EI AI 'E -- Hobert Finnigan, Dale Christensen and Lester 'eters have left for Des Moines where they ^vill be inducted into he armed force services SWALEDALE--Mrs. George Ur| batch entertained the bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon. SHEFI1ELD-Z. J. Morehouse of Harrison, Ark., came Tuesday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Lou Morehouse. S H E F F I E L D - P F C . LeRoy Vanston of Camp William Harrison at Helena, Mont, is spending a 10 day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chester Vanston DECORAH-Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grindelnnd of Spring Grove Minn., route 1, are the parents of the first baby to be born at the Decorah hospital in 1943. The infant arrived Sunday morning and will be the recipient of many gifts irom local business houses which are given to the first baby o£ the new year. CLARKSVILLE--Dr. W. E. Day has been ill and confined to his ome j? nd bcd for several days past. He is convalescing satisfactorily at this time. R. A. McKernan was able to be out again on Tuesday after having been ill for two weeks from a complication of asthma and flu. LeROY, Minn--Mr. and Mrs. R J. Price, Philip and Elaine and Miss Charlotte Diddam?. spent a few days in Okebcna with Mr. snd Mrs. W. J. Price and twin daush- tcrs. Hickenlooper Is 22nd Iowa GOP Governor DBS MOINES--When Bourke B. Hickenlooper is inaugurated, lie will be the 22nd republican governor ot Iowa, Lou Gardner, republican publicity d i r e c t o r , points out in his current news release for the papers of Iowa. He will start the 75th year of republican administration of that office ana be the sixth native son to become chief executive. "Beryl F. Carrol:, a native of Davis county, who was state auditor from 1993 to 1909, was the first Iowa bora governor," Mr. Gardner r e c a l l s . "He served from 1909 to 1913. * * * "William L. Harding, a native of Osceola county, was the second. He was followed by N. E. Kendall, born in Lucas county Dan Turner was born at Corning in Adams county. The outgoin° governor, Geo A. Wilson, was born in Adair county and Gov- SQUIBB Cod Livei Oil Plain or Mini Flavor 34-o*. Bottle $1.69 emor-elect Hickenlooper's birthplace was at Blocton in Taylor county. "During the 85 years since the republican party entered Iowa politics the state has only had three democratic governors. The whole period of their combined service was 10 years. Three quarters of a century of administration is the record the republican party has'made. "The incoming governor served in the legislature in the house, and went from there to become lieutenant-governor for two terms. His official record compares with six governors who had served as lieutenant-governor, and with nine who had been. state representatives. "The six g o v e r n o r s who stepped up from lieutenant-governor were Joshua Newbold, Warren Garst, George W. Clarke William L. Harding, John Hammill and N. G. Kraschel. "Hickenlooper will be the first governor to come from Linn county; the fourth to come from that croup of counties which now nuke up the second concessional district. * * * 'Iowa's official business was in the hands of republicans during every one of the three years preceding -this one. Samuel J. Kirkwood was a stalwart and patriotic governor during the Civil war. Leslie M. Shaw was a governor of decision and action during the brief Spanish-American w a r. William L. Harding was a firm chief executive during the first World war. "George A. Wilson for a year and month has sustained Iowa loyalty and co-operation since we entered the present war. In every emergency, Iowa under republican leadership, has stood forthright, and ready to give of men, o£ arms, and of supplies to the cause of flag and country. There is no blemish on that leadership. There is no cause for censure or for reproach. It has been a record of sound, sturdy kind. * * * "Bourke B. Hickenlooper is a graduate, of two of Iowa's higher institutions o£ learning--the Iowa State college and the State university. He served overseas in the first World war. He has served a valuable apprenticeship in public service. "By education, by preparation and by training he stands in po sifion, as he takes the oath of office with responsibilities resting more heavily than in peacetime, to maintain Iowa's excellent record for commonsense and lor loyalty." Hosford, Children's Safety Leader, Dies CHICAGO, (fl) _ Harry P (Uncle Harry) Hosford, 53, conductor of the radio safety program "always be careful" for children, and conductor of Safety Legion, radio organization with a membership ot 1,700,000 boys and girls died Wednesday night. He was born in Erie, Pa. GOES TO CALIFORNIA DECORAH -- Arthur Kringle, who has been employed by the state highway department the past 17 years, left Tuesday for Richmond, Cal., to work in the Kaiser shipyards. Garwind Rue of Ridgeway accompanied Mr Kringle to California. Mrs. Kringle and son, Sanford, will remain in Decorah until Mr. Kringle can find an apartment. First Speech WASHINGTON, (U.PJ -- Representative Will Rogers, p., Cal,, son of the famous humorist made his maiden speech before the house Thursday. At 3:05 p. m., Rogers rose and said: "Mr. speaker, I move the house do now adjojurn." BECOMES COURT REPORTER CLARION--Ellery Watts has accepted the position of court reporter with Judge Dwight Rider of Fort Dodge. Watts was formerly reporter with Judge Cooney of West Union. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers ot false teeth have svit- fered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wabbled at Just the wrong time. Do not live in fear of this Happening to you. Just sprinkle a litlle FASTEETH. the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Holds false teelh more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at anv drug store. Gerbers Baby Cereal PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., SAT. DRUG E V E R Y DAY LOW PRICES FEET HURT? Get Quick Relief Dr. Scholl's Zinc-pods lot COW], C4UOUUI, JUMJOM ANACIN RUBBING ALCOHOL ££±, ,,,,, MILK OF MAGNESIA £ T r"'"" DR. CALDWELL'S " 2 ° Syrup Pepsin YEAST AND IRON BED RUG KILLER c "" h Uc 12c 6c 97c 19c Seguttt acdicatuM fof naoriox nan oc KUKOTEX ,,._ » luptx-Melatta foe rtliniac AM*/1 tf facuoa iad fttuen 7I7..7.7* " ·UNION UDUCU AS* ftcliercs bufilga*; ealarfcd toe /(UK*. *"* FOOT POWDER For hw, under, iwatj (MC. FOOT BAIM (oaiba tired fm. Oimw oc liqud« SOLVIX 31* 43.; ^W.' LUXOR HAND CREAM 2? 39c 12 Adult, Glycerin, Pkg Suppositories Nursing Bottles S^ 2c Sayman's Soap, c*.- . 29c Hand Lotion S . . . . . 5c Tooth Powder £"£ i jc Hair Oil !Si,.""' 4c Stationery IS IX., 7c Shoe Shine Cloth 9c Chfld. Mittens v " ue Cocoa Flavored Laxative for Children ..... 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J SKOAL rene $1.00 Size 79c We Reserve the Right to Limit KLEEN mmeuutst MCKACC 49c Fitch Shampoo^, 59c Razor Blades l*;:% g . j c Mollelt^tL ....I9c Louse Powder *^£? trY ... 25c Pananin I££V' ta -. , kg $uo Lee Mtdsion £ cH °;Vs;,r:. $1.00 Copperas^ DR. HESS DRYCIDE 25-Pound Mefo! Potl $2^5

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