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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BOB PATTERSON WEDS IN WEST Miss Ethel Craven Is Bride of Clear Laker i, WHAT A "MULBERRf" DOES-Aerial view shows how a "mulberry" or artificial barf bor ' as used in Normandy invasion, creates calm water near shore for landings. . ! OPPOSITION TO BILL REPORTED Marks First Clash in New Legislature - Des IWoines, (£}-_The 1st display in the house this session of sharp opposition to a bill arose Thursday over a measure which Would legalize partial forgiveness of a debt. Sponsors of the proposal finally agreed to submit it to a committee. Before and after the controversy the house passed 9 measures and received 20 o t h e r bills; all ol them were minor or merely provided for technical revisions of existing laws. The debt bill would provide that when part payment of an obligation was made with the written understanding t h a t it satisfied the debt, then the full obligation was removed. Present law does not recognize such, agreements. Sponsors of the measure said it .was needed to legally clear such situations. They said such a law had been upheld by the California supreme court and that it would be a benefit to both creditors and debtors. Rep. Albert Steinberg (R., Ames), a "lawyer, declared the measure would strike at the heart of the sanctity and law of contracts and obligations. He declared the house should not make it impossible for a creditor to later collect the full obligation if the financial circumstances of the debtor improved. Meanwhile the senate, by a vote of 41 to 0 adopted a house- approved proposal that clergymen who offer the daily prayer in the legislature receive So for each service or 5 cents a mile to and from the capital, whichever Is greater. Clergymen sometimes offer the prayer in both houses, in which event they would receive a total of $10 or the mileage. , The senate received only 3 bills in a 45-minute morning session. One of them would increase from $300 to 5900 the property tax exemption on household furnishings and equipment and another would extend such exemption to members of the armed forces during the period of their active service, whether or not the property exempted was actually being used by them or their families during that period. Both measures were introduced by Sen. George Faul (R., Des Moines). The 3rd-measure, by Sen. Boss R. Mowry (H., Newton), provides that persons engaged in open cut or strip mining in Iowa must post a $10,000 bond with the county treasurer guaranteeing the replacement of surface soil and any loss of tax revenue due to the operations. The bill also provides that no one may have more than 5 acres open at any one time and that failure to operate commercially for 12 months shall constitute abandonment. Goldfield--Mrs. Al Rodriques and 2 children have gone to New Orleans, La., to join their husband and father who is in the navy. Bode--Mrs. W. A. Breen and son, Gerald of Hurley, S. Dak., are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Erick Holland. tyle, Minn--M i s s Larraine Decklever of Qsage is spending a few days at the home of her aunt Mrs. Vernon Murphy. UNITED FRUIT CO. BI. -j/,0 -,, n Phone 748-749 33 East State Street Delivery Service FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUIT SUNKIST ORANGES, Extra Large, Si« 100 ** Very -Juicy and Sweet 3 .. p olen 69C TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT. Large Size Pecon Meots, Wolnufr Meats, Almonds SYRUP, Crystal .% fi White, 5-lb. Jor;. . 37C SHRIMP, Monarch, * ft _ jumbo, 7-or. C a n . . t$JJC EGGS, Strictly Fresh, White, l. 0 , 3 e. Do,. SWEET PICKLES, *-,, Small, 22-oz. Jar.. 6/C MONARCH PURE JAMS AND JELLIES KITCHEN CLEANSER, Large Pkg.. PEAS, Jock Sprat, Size 2 C a n . . . . . . 15 C Retrial of Chaplin Paternity Suit Set by Judge for May 2 Los Angeles, (IP)--Charlie Chaplin's paternity suit was set for retrial May 2 despite insistence by Joan Berry's lawyer upon an eari- ier date. "This child is practically destitute," declared Joseph Scott, counsel for -the 24 year old unwed mother who is suing to have Chaplin declared- the father of her daughter, Carol Ann, 15 months old. "This child is not destitute and Mr. Scott knows it," responded Charles E. Millikan, the comedian's attorney. "We have been supporting it for months. Union Will Absorb . Veterans After War New York, (U.PJ--Veterans will be integrated into academic and social life at Cooper Union as individuals, rather than as members of a special group conscious of political influence. Doctor Edwin Sharp Burdell, director, revealed recently in his annual report to the trustees of the Union. In the "reconversion" o£ the college curriculum from a wartime to a- peacetime basis,- admission requirements will be liberalized to afford veterans the fullest opportunity to the free engineering courses offered by the Union. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Dunbar, Nina A. Hus., to E. J. Baker Wfe $1 (WD) jt. ten. S. 100- of E% of Lots 6 7 Blk 57 Browne's Add to MC. 12-16-44. Hansen, Harry P., to Basil Pap- Pas 51 (WD). N 120' of E 25' of Lot 7, Blk 17 Paul Felt's Plat of MC. 1-8-45. Shearer, Clara Hus. to Mason City Loan Investment Co. SI (WD) Lot IK in 1st Add. to Midland Heights, MC. 1-3-45 Willey, Charles C. Wfe to Henry Peters et al $1 (WD) a tract of land in NWy 4 of SEVi 28- S7-20. 12-21-44. STUDY IN U. S. New York, (U.PJ--Eighteen men and 3 women from the soviet union are enrolled at Columbia university, studying extension courses m English, American history and government. United States geography and American life and problems. The group, several of whom are war veterans, arrived in this country via Seattle and plan to leave in the spring. --- -- TM^-^^^^w»^^^» Kropman Grocery 19 9th STREET N. E. ROASTED M PA «Pl.DU CHICKENS up 43c Delicions Golden Brown Crust Home-IWade -I -t BREAD, Any Kind l l C PIES, CAKES BUTTER, Pound FOLGER'S COFFEE 1 lb. 31c ' 2 Ifas. 59c CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE, 29c lb. Very Delicious VEGETABLE SOUP--20c qt. Fresh Every Day Bring Tonr Own Container DILL PICKLES SWEET PICKLES Complete Line of FRUITS VEGETABLES Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing Mrs. Clark's Egg Noodles Ranch House PANCAKE FLOUR Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patterson, 301 S. 4th street, have received news of the marriage of their son, Robert, to Miss Ethel Craven, daughter o£ Mrs. Lucille Craven, Kallspell, Mont., on Dec. ·i Ijj^*- v/icar Luiue--ui. K.. K. .Rogers The double ring ceremony was wa s installed worshipful master performed by the Rev. Broughton nf ^ Tc "-'+'" i"^**- *»- T^ * « - * pastor, at the Methodist church in Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. Patterson, who was born and reared in Clear Lake, was employed a year and a half in the local National Tea store before going west 2 years ago. He has been working for Consolidated Shipyards in Wilmington, Cal but was recently transferred to Lon" Beach. " His wife has also been employed in defense work. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson are living at 1328 E. 2nd street, Long Beach, lor the present. Mrs. Craven is with them. Announces Trapping Season Closed Jan. 10 Clear Lake--The Iowa trapping season, which opened Nov. 10 1944, closed Wednesday at midnight, J. Z. Stevens, conservation oHicer, announces. Trappers may hold furs for 10 days after the closing date, or till Jan. 20 without a permit. To told longer the trapper must obtain a permit from the Iowa Conservation commission, 10th and Mulberry streets Des Moines. A permit must also' be obtained from the commission to ship furs out of the state. No charge is made for the permit. The cornea of the human eye is relatively small, with a curved area of only about one-sixth of a circle. IN HOSPITAL -- Pvt, Lorain Booth, son of STILL Gerald , son o Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Booth, 309 «n S. W., is still in a hospital in France following wounds _re- $«ved in action there last Oct. 19. Pvt. Booth has been awarded the purple heart decoration. He has been overseas since August, 1943. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1945 II Vou Do Not KeceLve Paper Before 8:30 p. tn. CiU IBS or tea 19 CLEAR LAKE GLOP-GAZETTE AND KGLO OFFICE 507 West Main St. DEADLINES. II .. m. for NtWM And Ad* 6 p. m. (or Bad!* N«n Dr. K. R. Rogers Installed Worshipful Master of Lodge nco - of Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., at Masonic Temple Wednesday evening. Ralph Knutson, retiring head of the lodge, was installing officer and Adolph Mathies was installing marshall. Howard J. Nye was installed senior warden and Robert Hayden junior warden. Harry J. Nye is secretary,, R. j. Galloway treasurer and Alick Thompson chaplain. Other officers installed are Harold Miller senior deacon, John Jodan junior deacon, Hans Jensen senior steward, Mr, Mathies mar- shall and Charles Hansen tyler Appointive officers will be named later. Several of the new officers gave short talks. Refreshments were* served. The lodge meets regularly the 2nd Wednesday evening of each month. The next meeting will be Feb. 14. Clear Lake Briefs Art Butts, well driller, electric pump sales, service. Phone 224, Walter Fuller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fuller, living southeast of Clear Lake, suffered a wound from a .22 caliber rifle bullet through his foot Tuesday. He was hunting and slipped on some ice causing the gun to discharge. Mrs. Fred Davis received a letter Tuesday from her son, Pfc. Edward Davis, somewhere in the East Indies, for her birthday which was Tuesday. He wrote New Year's eve. He said that the group he is with has a loud speaker fitted up and attached 'so that they can listen to music and other entertainment going on at another point. They find it a very agreeable pastime. The Davises have also heard from their son, Pfc. Hay O. Davis, who returned to San Diego last week. The doctors had removed tape from his foot but it is still tender. Chris Estersard,' -who underwent a 2nd major operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday, is getting along nicely Mrs. Gerald Brooks left Wednesday evening for Chicago to spend the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterscn She Will meet her husband Pvt Brooks, who is stationed on the east coast there. A large number of sating people skated on .the ice.rink. Wednesday afternoon and e v e n i n g , Will bcherf states the ice is in very the weather is favorable, the rink will be open at 2 o'clock afternoons while the high school students have leisure time. Mr. very ---- - -- -·.»./..*,- mile. fane erf states the ice is in good condition. Keith Jacobson, aviation radio 1/c, left Wednesday for Fla., and thence to South i Backstage in Iowa Politics State Administration Inherits Hot Potato in Probe of Alleged Padding of Expense Accounts By PAUL E. BOMBARGER (Iowa Daily Press Writer} V*UIYU. xjituy jrress Writer) ' SI Sle^SnH^v! E^" i£^^£s^S^S,^S^s office s e 7kereev^rv 9 vp lgn SU / P ° rt Offered by a fuU ticket of sta 'e through steBSerin^stete «fr A , TTM^ 0 TM 56 might be developed eS everf 2 ye \rs " IC!alS 4 ' y£ar terms with some bei "8 tors P c^th I e1r 0 r^«-£ r l ati ^' commit tee assignment pressure by legislators on their Pres.dmg officers are for chairmanship of 3 committees lativeTSTM utomat !«lly convey membership on the pow- lative interim committee. Most urgent demand comes from naven t served on the interim group. Those, who have re- involves. probably will have both a greater sessions, are to be paid. Bible quotations h been fr quent in debate. Some lawmakers would like to allow those preach -n^J c ° mmg from a distance enough to pay a hotel bill as well as trans ° n expense n n a v ,-i 2? S , g l rl page in ihe legislature appeared to be an innovation until State Historian Ora Williams du| up the fact that a Des Moines girl served as a page in 1896 . Jo Baumsartner Del Momes treasurer of the National Federation of Preis wSmen men^d a letter from the White House . In it was a SS check iW dues of the organization drawn on a New York City bank an "A E. Roosevelt" . . . That's Eleanor whose first nam^s Anna Notice to wood carvers and organizations who like to bear gi there s a gavel shortage in the legislature. * El IN DEWITT HOSPITAL--Mrs C. F. Comstock, Clear Lake, has received a letter from her daughter-in-law, Mrs. c. A Comstock, Los Angeles, Cal. ·ST 8 ^ ot Clear Lake - stating that the tetter's son, S/Sgt. Rodger Comstock, has been hospitalized at DeWitt hospital, Auburn, Cal., for treatment for a complete nervous breakdown. He entered the hospital Christinas day ana his mother had just spent a weekend with him. She said he is responding to treatment. S/Sgt. Comstock entered service in March, 1941, spent several months in the-Ba- waiian Islands, was wounded on Biak island, near New Guinea, last May 28 while separated from his command 16 days and has again been back in the front lines. Mrs. L. E. Jacobson, and family and with Mrs. Jacobson, Jr., nee Patricia Doyle. Mrs. Jacobson will return to her duties as secretary in the law office of Edward Boyle and will make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doyle, for the duration. Girl Scouts of troop 5 held a skating parly at the ice rink Wednesday after school instead of the regular Monday meeting. Mrs. Neil Slocum is troop leader. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, Jr., arrived Wednesday evening from Atlanta, Ga., where her husband, Lt. Sondrol, is stationed at Camp Gordon, to visit her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, Sr., and her own parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sanderson, Fertile. She was accompanied from St. Louis Mo. by her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. O. Gilfillan, who went to meet her. Mrs. Hyle Lowman r e t u r n e d Tuesday from Nev/ London, Conn., where she visited her husband, H y l e Lowman, fireman 1/c, (Mo.M.M.) who was graduated * e P t0 M a r e B. Fankell, H M , ,, Thursday afternoon to spend until Sunday with her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Fred Fankell, and family. Her husband, who has recently been promoted to first lieutenant, is first-pilot on a B-24 in Italy. Mrs. T, K. Sherman, nee Charlotte Chappell, arrived Tuesday from Baltimore, Md, to spend 2 Late Play Reviewed by Mrs. T. G. Bums Clear Lake -- Mrs. T. G. Burns reviewed the play, "Jacob Owsky and the Colonel," by Franz Werfel for the program of Semper Fidelis, national high school honor society, which met in the teachers' room after school Wednesday. The play is a comedy in 3 acts reduced by Theater Guild directors. The setting is in France during World war II. The play carries a fine vein of humor. Plans were made for a Valentine party for the next meeting, Feb. 14, with Miss Sarah Senior in charge of the "program. songs TO STUI * PETS p]ans to stuc ^ P ets . to lea m the namcs of the different breeds of d ogs and cats, how to care for Fets and to obtain other informa ^ Were a £°P ted b ? Brownies °- f . troop 3Jwho met with the as ' slslan \ le ? der - Mrs " Bruce Thomp- Eon ' at Linc °ln school Wednesday aftemoon - choic = °* " troop motto W3S discussed a "0 Brownie ClOSed looked for squirrels and birds. I HENRY THOMAS Woodford-Wheeler Clear Lake--Henry Thomas, 71, died at his home in Ventura Wednesday evening following an illness of 2 weeks. He had worked m the elevator and lumber yard of the Woodford Wheeler Lumber company ever since the town of Ventura was started and had been manager of the lumber yard there more than 50 years, retiring last June because of failing health. Mr.- Thomas was born Nov 9 1873, at Merrimac, Wis., the son of Chancey and El!a Thomas. When 5 years old he moved with the family to the vicinity of Clear Lake where he spent the rest of his In June, 1900, he was married to Miss Jennie Quick, Clear Lake TMh°survives. He was a member of the Methodist church. Besideshis wife, Mr. Thomas is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Robert Howard, who lives near Ventura, 5 grandchildren and one w ? n t "I r ? ndchild; * sister s, Mmes. Will Scherf, Sever Nelson and John C Grcll,. Clear Lake, and Mrs. Charles F. Mclntosh, Cedar xaplds, and a number of nephews and nieces A brother, Roy Thomas, died at Ventura a few years Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The body is at Ward's funeral home. THIMBLE BEES PLAN PROGRAM Committee Named to Arrange Activities Clear Lake -- Husbands w e r e guests of the Thimble Bee club which met Wednesday at the home of its new president, Mrs. Harry Peterson, for a picnic dinner. Mrs. ^ erS -°» a PP°, mte d a program committee, work was done on Red Cross laprobes, last year's mystery friends were revealed and names of new ones drawn. Roll call was answered with Christmas events Mrs. George Thompson will entertain at an all day session Feb 7 Other clubs also met Wednesday. Mrs. C. N. Mitchell entertained the Do Your Bit club at a potluck luncheon with Mr. and Mr f- George Prescott and Myron and Mildred, Miss Mabel Paul and Mrs. Lynn Farrow and son as guests. Mrs. E, E. Butz gave a talk on "Money and,.Its History" after which she presented a contest, Penny Wise," in which Mrs. Mel Jacobson won the prize, Materia! was distributed to be made into blocks for laprobes as home work Xhe club will hold an evening card party at the Jacobson home Jan. 20 and Mrs, A; R. Cain entertains at an all day session Jan. 31. Mrs. Herbert Shelp was reelected president of the Newcomers Card club for 3 months at a session at Witke's with Mmes. Rollin Luscomb and Gae Kocourek as hostesses. Mmes. L. H. Moore, V. E. Young and Shelp won prizes! Mrs. J.'W. Mundt, assisted by Mrs Fred Miller, entertains at her home Jan. 17 at a 1 o'clock dessert bridge. Plans to make laprobes for use m service men's hospitals were *- «·*-»» ^ nuifjiiaij wuie adopted by members of the O. D O. club who met at the home of Mrs. F. G. Cookman. Mrs. Jens Wind presented a "People Are . . . mls . j acK names entertained from submarine school last week Today's club in the even n g w U h Funny" skit for the program. The next meeting is Feb. 14, the place to fac announced, _ Mrs. Jack Barnes entertained Roseland and Guy of the "wrong way" was given ant prizes awarded for the best criti cisms. Mrs. Robert Stuart was ; guest. Mrs. M. W. Hughes is host ess Jan. 24 at a bridge session. Mrs. Howard J. Nye entertained Junior Federated club at a potluck dinner after which Miss Mary Collins gave a lesson on "Italy, a Problem Nation." New- Howard Lamm, Herbert Jensen, _ W. Stockton and Cecil Katter, Klemme, and the Misses Wanda Carr and Ella Mae Knop. Mrs. Lamm and Miss Carr will entertain Feb. 14 with Miss Carr and Mrs. Nye giving the lesson. who let- men patrifo: Stuart Tells Lions of Letters Written Clear Lake--L. C. Stuart, writes numerous individual ters to Clear Lake service men every week, spoke of his p otic and interesting project the program of the Lions club Legion hall Wednesday noon. !.. Stuart read a number of repli he has received from soldier I expressing their appreciation the letters. Mrs. George Nelson who also writes to a great mans service men as a morale booster was a guest of Forde Lee. Saucke, new business man Clear Lake, was a guest of T Farnan. Coach Bob Heston welcomed as a new member. Frank L. Knutson and Mr. are the January program committee. ies boys . many Dster, Ted in J. was . Dr. Lee The United States had three presidents in one month, Martin Van Burcn. William Henry Harrison and John Tyler. WOUNDED IN FRANCE--Relatives In Clear Lake have received word that Lt. victor E. Lowman, formerly of Clear Lake, suffered wounds in his ankle and foot recently and Is hospitalized s o m e w h e r e in France. Lt, Lowman Is with 3 tank division of the Invasion forces. He wrote (o his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lowman, Belmond, formerly of Clear Lake, tellin* them where lie is. They have not yet received notice from the war department. Lt Lowman, a graduate of Clear Lake high school and Coe college, Cedar Rapids, was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in the V. S. army Infantry school at Ft. Benning, Ga., last May. He enlisted In the service April 3, 1943. In high school and college lit. Lowman was outstanding in athletics. 60 Relatives, Friends Fete Recent Bride Clear Late -- Mrs. Edwin P. Callanan, nee Ardis Heitland, who was married last Dec. 21, was honored at a miscellaneous post-nuptial shower at Legion hall Wednesday afternoon. About 60 relatives and friends gathered. Mrs. Callanan, her mother, Mrs Ed Heitland, and her grandmother, Mrs. Evert Buss, were special guests. Mrs. C. N. Prestholt read "When Ardis Sat Up" for the program and Mrs. Fred Luker gave "Ardis and Eddie Look for an Apartment." Mrs. Roger Nelson, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. E L Yeager, sang "Always" and "There Goes That Song Again." The program was arranged by Mrs. Dewey Ouverson. Recipes were written for the bride who received many practical gifts including blankets, rugs, linens, bedding, glass and china ware and articles of furniture. ' Refreshments were served at the close. The courtesy was arranged by Mrs. Arthur Choate Nora Springs, and Mmes. Milton Patterson, Leo Stork and Mike Juhl, aunts of Mrs. Callanan. M8S. JAMES CARMAN IS HONOREE Mrs. William Bickford enter- tamed a group of friends at her home Tuesday afternoon complimentary to her sister-in-law, Mrs. James Carman, who was celebrating her birthday. The time was spent informally and lunch was served. Mrs. Carman received a number of gifts. Methodist w; s. c. s. Officers Installed at Church Ceremonies Clear Lake --The Rev. Warner M. Hubbard conducted installation ceremonies for new officers of the Methodist W.S.C.S. and for officers of the 6 circles at a general meeting in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs E. E. Chappell presented a lesson and worship service, "The Open Door,' in which she was assisted by Airs. G. E. Punke and Joel and Mmes. John Roseland, Hubbard E. J. Lincicum, R. D. Bobbins and Kin?- Mmes. R. C. Taylor and Willis Miller sang several numbers as part of the service. · Tea was served by circle 1 with Mmesi Hubbard and H. E. Freeman pouring. The next meet- mg is Feb. 14 with circle 2 serving. Other church groups also met Wednesday. Group 5 of the Congregational aid served supper to more than 75 persons in the church parlors. Table decorations were in the national colors Mrs. L. E. Ashland was in charge of the kitchen and Miss Beatrice Grimshaw and Mrs. Fred Bendt, with others assisting, took charge of the dining room. Groups will meet at homes Feb. 7. Mrs. Jens Jensen entertained Tabitha circle of the Zion Lutheran aid with the Rev. and Mrs Ruben Moslrom and Mmes C O° Lomen, Viggo Jacobsen, William Bickford, Carl Ashland, James Carman and Frank Baker 33 guests. Mrs. J. R. Buttleman was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Petcr Miller led devotions and at Mrs. Otto B. Petersen presented the Bible lesson. Mrs. Petersen will be hostess Feb. 14. 'JS °f Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Star club, Mrs. Elmer Moffett, 534 Caroline street. Christian Workers, Mrs. Harold Winterstein. Deborah circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs, C. O. Lomen. 222 N 4th street. Know Your Neighbor club, Law schoolhouse, 7 o'clock. O. N. O. club, Miss Elizabeth Kennedy, E. Mam street The Army Quartermaster Corps has developed a smokeless oil heater for tents.

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