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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1943 PROGRAM TO AID CHILDREN ASKED Legislative Council Makes Iowa Proposals DES MOINES, C/P/-_ The slate legislative council, a welfare group; this week asked members of the .legislature to establish a federal, state and county program of aid to dependent children in Iowa. Iowa and Nevada are the only states which have not done so. Under the federal social security program the state and the counties would pay one-half the cost and the federal government would pay the rest. Needy children in Iowa now receive aid only through general poor relief or through county widow's pensions. * * * "Inclosed tables indicate that the expenditure of the stale and counties together will be less than the counties now are paying atone for such children," a letter from Alfred L. Severson. council chairman, to legislators and county supervisors, said. * * * · Listing 1,286 cases in 23 counties from general relief or widow's pension rolls the letter said that they are costing the counties 529,343.11. Under the aid to dependent children program they would cost the state and the counties $1178- each, a total of $23,568, the rcnor said. V · .y. Severson's letter said that there would be little addition (o the state and county welfare personnel, that the plan would be administered by the state board of social welfare under federal regulations and that the plan would provide better care for Iowa dependent children. * * 41 "Apart from humanitarian motives our children are our greatest natural resources, and particularly in view of the declining birth rate/' he said. "If Germany can continue to encourage the production of children it seems folly for our great state to fail to do all we can for our children who have been thrown into -unfortunate circumstances." A bill to enter Iowa in the fed- cra! plan has been before several previous sessions of the legislature but has not been enacted. First Permits for Nets to Remove Rough Fish in Lakes Issued DES MOINES, (£)_ First permits of the winter for gill nettin* to remove rough fish from East anfl West Okoboji and Spirit lakes .nave been issued by the conservation commission. Ray Butler, district fisheries supervisor, and Edgar Morcy and Parker Dunham will have charge of the work. Nets are spread below the ice in the lakes. Rough iish are removed and game fish returned to the water During the 1941-42 winter S7,- 228 pounds of rough iish were removed by gill netting. DEADLINES: II ft. in. for Newt nd Ad» 6 9. m. C«r Kadl» New, [LEAR LAKE GLOBE-fiAZETTE hone 239 or 239 · AND train mrsine «^ »J^.,TM.. ,,. r 5* MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ..^^SSSS^SlM^^a^^SaEBaasflasaisaaasD a=^{. ifciai£1tSa¥g'Sgtf7^J^yflW\^CT^W»^**' a **~ J ''" t *"'' a -~"""'*' ? If T« D N'.t eeiva P» Phone 239 or ZS9 AND KGLO OFFICE 207 West Main St . . cat «9 t, APPROVES 143 TIRES, 36 TUBES Rationing Board 17-2 Reports for Month CLEAR LAKE--The DC .-port of tires and tubes i^.^wt by rationing board 17-2 shows a **"*»«j i«ci*^cn, ^icur j^aise two' total of 143 tires and 35 tubes ap- Jonn Ingebretson, Thornton, two; proved for the month. Of these v - E - Edwards, Burchinal, two- there were 92 grade 2 and grade Mildred, Frazier, Clear Lake, two' 3 t i l - P C I f l re/*flr*cr on/1 /IT Iti.n.- *,,,, Martin TVTdVRl- Th ni-n f «»-, + , . r ~ 1 H. Schneider, L. B. Bergerson Homer Olinger, Frank Zirbel Harry E. Gildea, J. E. Patterson John Hyde, Harry A. Klang, D D. Dye and Knut Olson, Clear Lake; A. M. Pederson, Swaledale, and Peter N. Smith, Hans Bramsen and Leland Long, Thornton. * * * Chris EstergarcJ, Clear Lake, got two grade 3 tires; Edward A CLEAR LAKE--The December Coyle, Thornton, three; Mrs. Jacob report of tires and tubes allowed Watermiller, Mason City, two; h,, ..nt;TM:.,,. i 1 11 a .1 . Marius Neilsen, Clear Lake, two' High tide at new and full moon is called spring tide; that at the first and third quarter, neap tide. 3 tires, 10 recaps and 41 tires for trucks, trailers' and farm implements. Twenty-six tubes for passenger cars and nine for trucks cl trailers were approved. One passenger car tube went to each of the following: Clarence Raivson, Sheffield; Ole Ashland C. E. Lantz, and John Menke, Clear Lake; E. R. Doane, Thornton; Harlis Moorhead, W. J. Shipman, Lloyd Hayes, Oliver Brager, Frank P o o h 1. Mrs. R. A Monaghen and Gus Haugen, Clear Lake; Lyle Erickson, Thornton Erml Palmeter, Chic Welmington Franklin Coal company and A. W Paulson, Clear Lake; V. E. Edwards, Burchinal; Archie Goyle Thornton; and John F. Brooksi Clear Lake. * * f . Leo Om-erson, Fertile; Chester Steurwald, Clear Lake; Stenus Harms, Thornton; and Chris Estergard. Clear Lake, were allowed two passenger tubes each. Mr Lantz received one passenger car tire, Mr. Ouverson, two, and H Fischer, Meservey, two. · Two passenger car recaps wen to G. E. Brose. Cleat- Lake, and to Walter Koehler, Rockwell. John Menke and F. M. Baum, Clear Lake, rated one recap each anc Leo J. Kensella, given four. Ventura, was One grade 3 tire each went to Clarence Pfawson, Sheffield; Ole Ashland, Clarence Bishop, John Menke, L. E. Daivson, Ross Echelberger, Samuel Severson, Frank Babcr and L. O. Carsons, all of Clear Lake: Bert Auchsnpach Ventura, and E. R. Doane, Thornton. Lloyd Hayes, Clear Lake, had two grade 3 tires: Mrs. F P Walker, Clear Lake, got three-' Oliver Brager, Neil Slocum and Austin Pitkin, Clear Lake, two each; Carl Bartlett. Burchinal two; R. R. Nickerson and Chester Steurwald. Clear Lake, two eaclr William Kurtz, Ventura, two. and Peter E. Christians, Ventura, four * * -¥ Harry J. Eliasen, Ed Erickson, Archie Olson, H. A. Nelson, Marion Cox, Jr., and Emil Palmater, Clear Lake, were allowed two grade 3 tires each; Edwin Zook, Oscar A. Johnson, Charles Nelson Orville Stinehart, Christian Sorenson, J. M. Marsh, Jake PooJe, R. H. Skinner and Floyd Ward, Clear Lake, got one grade 3 tire ach; Mrs. Oluf Myhre, Hanion:own, got one; Lyle Erickson Thornton, one; Stenus Harms, Thornton, two: Victor Nesheim, rlanlontown, two; Alfred Zirbel Swaledale, one; Mrs. Henry Vest- wcber, Mason City, two; Alley Kottman, Sheffield, one; Dave Enabnit, Clear Lake, four; R. M. Lckwa, Thornton, four, and Estil Ackarman, Ventura, two. One grade 3 tire each went to Raymond Rooks, Thornton: Walter Sorenson, A. W. Paulson, Joseph Splendid Cough Syrup Easily Mixed at Home It's So Easy! Makes a Big Saving. No Cooking. To get quick and satisfying relict irom coughs due to colds, mix this recipe in your own liitehcn. Once tried you'll never be without it, and it's so simple and easy. First, make a, syrup by stirring 2 cups granulated sugar and one cup o[ water a few moments, until dissolved A child could do it. No cooking needed. Or you tan use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of sugar svrtip Then get 2H ounces of 'Pincx from any druggist. This Is a special compound of woven ingredients, in Con- centrated form, fenown for its effect on throat and bronchial membranes. Put the Pincx into a pint bottle, and add your syrup. Thus you make a full pint of really splendid medicine and you get about four times as much for your money. It never spoiis, and children lave Us pleasant taste. And for quick, blessed relief, it is amazing. You can feel it take hold in a way that means business. It loosens phlegm, soothes the irritated mem- uruneE. and cases the soreness. Thus it makes breathing easy, and lets you get restful sleep, .lust try it, ami if not pleased, your money will be refunded. ARE HERE TODAY IN OANTE. WHERE SHOES V RF SHOE FASHIONS FITTED LAIRD SHOE CO. 14 East State Martin Meyer, Thornton, two, and' Clifford Anderson and Jim Harlan, Clear Lake, two each. Clarence Law, J. E. 'Patterson and Harry E. Gildea, Clear Lake, had two grade 3 tires each; A. O. Ashland, Clear Lake, one; John Buhr, Clear Lake, got two grade 2 tires and J. L. McCluskey, W. J. Shipman and Walter D. Biggs, Clear Lake, got one grade 2 tire Clear CHILD TRAINING LESSON THEME Christian Family Life Forms Basis of Faith - u 1- -...£,.*.£, CX»M g l W CLEAR LAKE--"Faith Through , °P cnm g prayer. Mrs. Arthur Christian Family Life" was the "ammond will be in charge of the topic for study by Congregational "' orsm 'P. service. aid groups which met at various homes Wednesday. Mrs. Ralph Replogle, general aid president, was a guest at several meetings, making arrangements for Rotary dinner committees. Mrs. C. R. Woodrord entertained group 1 and Mrs. Florence Saylor, Waterloo, was a guest. Mrs. I. C. Jensen led devotions and Mrs. L. E. Ashland the lesson. ... · · · tui«, ui uiu Dames oL Midway Miss Ida Clack gave the lesson and the Coral sea were shown for ·Christianity Begins at Home" by the program of the Double C class hstelle H. Lane for group 2 which which met at Ihe Methodist met at the home of Mrs. Austin church Wednesday evenin" \lso T T-I,U~ " j ^ , Mmette. The worship service was shown were a Clear Lake news Tony Tibben and Frank Zirbel, from the writings of Grace Noll reel, views of the ice harvest the Lear Lake, got one tractor tire Crowell. B a s s drugstore fire -lul'umn ' ; B SneSl WiIUam E - Lu - Supplies for the Pleasant Kill scenes at. Fertile and Pilot Knob hool in Tennessee were made by flower gardens in Clear Lake and rou 3 whi each. Carlson Brothers, Lake, got one tube. * ' * ' * -Jlv Tibben arui Clear ,,_. ,, t each; J. B Os'nes.'wilUam'E. Lucas and Wayne Wolford, Cleai Lake, got one trailei " 1m C. Olson, Clear J^UKU, gut one airs, oya rnompson. Mrs. Marv truck tube and lour tires; Carl Bowman led devotions and Mrs Henkel Thornton, two truck tires; Arthur Pryor gave the lesson. Fred \V,P o,h,t J«,,T.^I» ,,_,, Mrs verne A. Spindell was a guest of group 4 at the home of Mrs. R. R. Rogers. Mrs. A. B. Phil- , w r e m a e y one traller tire each; Ar- group 3 which met at the home of ' e a c ; r- roup wc me at the home of P c u r e s of the Wisconsin Dells ' got one Mrs - Syd Thompson. Mrs. Mary The committee included Mr and res; Carl Bowman led devotion* am) M,-, _ - '. _ ± Fred Wreghitt. Swaledale, one truck tire, and Ventura school, two tlU . Ck . U 1 ' 4 ;? and two tubcs - ""=· "· "· nouei-s. mrs. A. u Fhil- A i- ^? ilatz ' Adolph Hollatz and lips, chairman of the committee Ai-lin Olson, Clear Lake, got two for redecorating the church base- truck tires each; L. A. Ladue, Me- ment, reported that the December servey, one farm implement-tire ~ __.--» .. . G. A. Eddy Lumber company Swaledale, two truck tires and two tubes; John Ashland, Cleai Lake, four truck tires; Soren P Nielsen, Thornton, one truck tire H. E. Rasmus, Clear Lake, one truck tire and one tube; An- hcuser Busch company and W D Kurd, Clear Lake, got one truck tire each; G. F. Strieker, Clear Lake, one implement tire; Petei Juhl, Thornton, one truck tube; Rex Rule, Ventura, one trailer tire and one tube; Clear Lake Sand and Gravel company, two truck th-es, and Alfred Zirbel, Swaledale one implement iire. ' Mrs. C. Hill New Head of Thimble Bees CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Clarence Hill was chosen president of the Thimble Bee club at a meeting at the home of Mrs- Charles Schmoll Wednesday. Mrs. Schmoll is retiring president. Mrs. Harry Peteron is vice president and Mrs. W. -. Hill secretary-treasurer. Mrs. George Lunn is press reporter. The next meeting is Feb. 3. * * if. Other clubs also met Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Christensen entertained ^ake Township Ovveso club at her home and read a magazine article on France. Mrs. Mabel Roswig won the prize in a contest and Miss Lora Bishop, Mason City, was a guest. Mrs. Carl Uker led devotions. Mrs. Elmer DeWitt will hostess Jan. 27. * * ¥ Mrs. Ralph Tarr was hostess fo he B. P. club and the afternoon vas spent in sewing and visiting. Mrs. Will Tibbeta will entertain Jan. H. * * * Miss Muriel Peilzke presented 'Meet the Challenge of War Times" by Ralp W. Sockman for he program of the Colonial club which held a dinner meeting at he John Hyde home with families as guests. Mrs. Clifford Anderson vas in charge of recreational games. Mrs. Harvey Franks is ·ecreational games. Mrs. Harvey Franks is hostess Feb. 3. Mrs. C. Shideler entertained the E. T. C. Bridge club Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Baber substitut- ng for Mrs. B. C. Myhr. Mrs. Shideler won high score. Mrs. E. A. Mtisgjerd, second high and Mrs. F. W. Irons consolation. Wai- stamps were given as prizes. Mrs. Lawrence Brown will be hostess Jan. 20. Mmes. Floyd R. Porter and Don O'Neill were welcomed as new members of the Bid 'ftl Hi Bridge club which met at the home of Mrs. Glen Orth. Mrs. O. B. Gift was a guest. Mrs. Orih won high score, Mrs. A. J. Bower, second and Mrs. Gift. low. Mrs. E. L. Yeager will entertain Jan. 20. I Skating Rink | at Lincoln | School Open CLEAR LAKE--The skatint; ring on the Lincoln school grounds is now in fine condition and children aie enjoying Hie sport in » big way, it was announced Thursday. The area cleared by the city has been sprayed until the surface is smooth and. with the current weather, is frozen solid. N. B. Rice and Otto B. Petcrscn worked at it Tuesday .nirht spraying and letting it freeze. The city has set up the warming house and children began staling" on the rink Wednesday. The rink is made possible through the co-operation of the board oC education, the city council and the recreation committee o£ the Civic league. The recreation committee includes Mrs. Homer Briar and Mrs J. P. Hansen, Jr., chairman and co-chairman, respectively, a n d Mmes. John R o s e 1 a n d, Syd Thompson, Claire Davis, Arnold Mocllor, B. B. Bailey. M. A. Ainc- son and Henry N. Graven. supper netted more than $100 but that some bills are still outstanding. Mrs. Lee M. Bawden read an article, "Escape," for devotions and Mrs. B. C. Myhr gave the lesson. Mrs. Edward Huntting entertained group 5 and the women sewed on quilt blocks during the afternoon. Mrs. H. B. Kennedy had devotions and Mrs. L. C. Stuart the lesson. The general aid meeting will be held at the church next Wednesday with Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn as leader. "Political Foundations for the World o£ Tomorrow" is the lesson subject. Mrs. M. P. Hughes has devotions and group 4. rather than group 2. will serve the fellowship supper. Clear Lake Briefs L. F, DeSIary, Campion. Quebec, who has been visiting his son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, and family the past two months, left Wednesday evening for Ottawa. Ontario, .Canada", where he will visit his son before .-eturning home. Art Butts, well drilling, elec. pump sales, service. Phone 224. J. R. Buttleman left Wednesday evening for Des Moines where he expects to enter Veterans' hospital for an operation. During his ab- enee William Proctor will act on :he city police force and Mrs Henry W. Knutson will be acting chairman of rationing board 17-2. For Sale--Boy's sheeplined coat, shoeskates, size 9. Phone 520. Mrs. Florence Saylor, Waterloo, S spending 10 days with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Murray, and family. C. W. Butts. Sr., elec. pumps, iacks and pump repair. Phone 107. Twenty-one women turned out at city hall Wednesday afternoon at the first session for making Red ^ross surgical dressings and more han 1.400 dressings were made. The restroom be open for making dressings both Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:30 o'clock . Leaders hope that a large number of workers will attend. As many as 50 can work at one time. The new quota is 60,000 dressings. For Rent--Beautiful new small lome, insulated. Gas heat. Phone Roy Peterson, Phone 393. Mrs. Leslie Carr is able to be up after being ill a week. Mrs. Jens Wind is ill with flu. Kirs. Edna Hill will entertain the Fertile Federated Study club on Tuesday. Mrs. Janet Vanden Sosch will lead the lesson on ·Negro Life in the South." Mrs. Henry Volstad is able to be up again after a siege of flu. Fred CahalarTfens Lions Club of AAA CLEAR LAKE--Fred Cahalan, ftockwell, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county war board, was guest speaker at the Lions club meeting Wednesday in Legion Tail. He spoke of the AAA program and explained its relation to the business of the farmer and of people in other walks of life. Gerald True, new manager of the A. and P. store, was a guest of T. J. Faman. Ned O'Neill. John Perkins and Otto B. Petersen arc the program committee for January. Clear Loke Calendar Thursday--Park chapter No. 35, O. E. S.. Masonic temple; dinner. 3:fiO o ' c l o c k ; chapter, 7:30 o'clock. Friday --W. R. C., I. O. O. F. hall, noon. Red Cross surgical dressings, rest room. 1:30 o'clock. Deborah circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Henry N. Graven, 106 East South street. Christian Workers, Mrs. Ralph Bowers, 201 South Oak street. Star club. Mrs. Robert Miller, 531 Caroline street. Girl Scovit troop 2, junior high school. 4 o'colck. D._A. R., Mrs. L. E. Ashland, *IOo North Fourth street. Townscnd club,. Cily hall, 8 o'clock. Mrs. S. L. Rugland Will Review Book CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. S. L. Rugland will review "Get Thee Behind Me" by Hartzell Spence for Ihe program of the Methodist W. S. C. S. which meets at the church parlors Wednesday nt 2 o'clock for the first session of the new year. Installation of officers will be charge of the Rev. Thomas B. Mrs. William Madsen, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lineicum and Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Renshaw. Following some discussion concerning serving a father-son banquet in late February, a committee was appointed to investigate the feasibility of such a project. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Paul Miller Feb. 3. AUXILIARY NAMES TWO OFFICERS · Mrs. Forde Lee was elected Collins, pastor. Mrs. Willis Miller i seci 'ctary and Mrs. W. C. Carroll will lead group s.njiina and ,,!,,,, V ea ?" rer of . U ? e . American Legion Mrs. Elmer Luscomb and members of the new circle l will serve lea at the close. Motion Pictures Form of Double C CLEAR LAKE--Moving pictures of the battles of Midway Pictures of the Wisconsin Dells Auxiliary which met at Le K ion hall Wednesday evening. They take the places of Mrs. B. F Clarke and Mrs. C. A. Comstock! respectively. Mrs. N. B. Rice was welcomed as a hew member. Following a potluck dinner the evening was spent in sewing for Veterans' hospital, Des Moines. Mmes. W. C. Carroll, Floyd Kimball and Earl Noll were the committee. The next meeting is Feb. 3 when the nrtional defense committee. Mines. E. C. Kudej, Clarence Patterson and Ray Nichols will be iu charge. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Btmeil, Ventura, have received word that their son, Ralph, who is in the navy, has attained the rank -of electrician's mate, third class, and is now stationed at San Francisco, Cal. His address is Ralph Bowen, E. M. 3/c., Receiving Ship, Treasure Island, San Francisco Cal. Indiana Takes First Round in Opener of Intramural Series CLEAR LAKE--Indiana, headed by RIadscn, won over Wisconsin, captained by Jack OH, 23 to 21. in Ihe first round of the intramural basketball series played at the high school gym Wednesday evening. Other winners in the Big Ten group were Purdue, -Don Tarr, 2fi, over Iowa, Dale Baumgartner, 19; Michigan, Merle Smit, 22, over Minnesota, Ronald Henriksen, 14, and Ohio State, Dean Moffett, 26, over Northwestern, Donald Thompson, 18. In the Big Six league Nebraska, Tom Henningscn, won 13 to 12 over Kansas State led by Dick Garth. Kansas university, Chris Johnston, won 24 to 11 over Miss souri, the seventh grade team, and Oklahoma, eighth grade A team, won 14 to 4 over Iowa State, the eighth grade B team. About 30 persons were out to watch the games. Another round will be played next Wednesday evening with the Big Six series opening at 6:30 o'clock. AH games are open to the public without charge. Coach Chris Johnston is in charge. Miss Virginia Jacobson, who has been employed at the Snow White market a year or more, left Tuesday for California. Only 5,194 Are Sent to "Conchies'" Camps WASHINGTON, (if)--Selective service headquarters said Thursday its latest compilation showed only 5,194 men out of the millions classified under the draft act had been sent to the camps for conscientious objectors, and 250 of them had transferred to the army. PREPARE SOLDIERS' KITS BRITT--The Britt chapter of the Red Cross has 400 soldiers service kits ready to ship. These kits are given to the soldiers when they leave the United States. The Great Salt Lake and Dead Sea are the two bodies of water 011 earth saltier than the oceans. More Than a Laxative Is Often N AAAAfl Vt'lirn you fe*l out of sort-, llVwUCU n "*'y«s and s u f f e r frojn . ^^"*^*" headache*, gas, bloaiinz. ip-- digestion an J lact of appetite, wbk'h may all bf. · tue to functional constipation--set Dr. Peter Fahiney's Alpen Kramer--the time-proved stomachic tonic medicine. Contains IS of Naliire*3owiimwlicma I iooi5,)ierbs and botanicals. Tato aa directed on labfch Gently and smoothly Alpeit Kramer puts sluggish bowels to work and aids them to eliminate clogging u-aste; helps expel constipation's gas, gives ttic stomach that f«!iriH of war cntb. Be wise--com- Tort your stomach wiiile relieving conEtiaauon. Get ALPEN K.RAUTER today from any 1'aUrney aenl or drus store, such aj; t Wai* r« ens; Corner--L. W. 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