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January 9, 1943

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CELEBRATION IS HELD BY SERBS Soldier Guests Speak Greeting, Get Kissed OMAHA, (/P)--Omaha Serbian colony celebrated the first day of Christmas Thursday night-- and for 32 men in khaki from Ft. Crook who were special guests what a celebration it was! All a fellow had to do was pick out a pretty girl, say "Hristos se rodi!" (Christ is born) and by golly, she kissed him. * * * « was a time for eating: and drinlun; and dancing, for settling debts and ill feeling, for catting the kolache, for shaking the Yule log and wishing its owner a fruitful land and fruitful wife. * * * The kiss seals the bargain. At the St. Nicholas Serbian . Orthodox church Thursday night the soldiers from Ft. Crook helped the Omaha colony remember the 31 oE its men now in military service. At the banquet Sophia Sinnok- rak sang, in native tongue, the song of the Chetniks before going to war, "Prepare, prepare Chetniks!" It goes like this: 'There will be a mighty battle, throw your bombs, Chetniks. "Take your guns into your hands; "From this victory the sun of liberty will arise." Over the banquet table, loaded ·with roast pig, chicken, gurabija (little cookies), strudel and drink, pictures of President Roosevelt, Gen. MacArthur and Gen. Mihai Jovich looked down. * ¥ * "He is still in his place," said the Very Rev. Dimitrije Balach of the church about Mihailo- vich. "The Serbs still have confidence in him. Only traitors are spreading propaganda about him. He must wait this chance to rise up." * * * The Serbian Christmas, observed according to the Caesarian calendar, lasts three days, beginning with the celebration ol Christ's birth. St. Mary is canonized the second day, and St. Stevan, first martyr who died for Christ, on the third. Only the first neighbor to enter a Serbian home on Christmas receives gifts. Local Residents Honor Eagle Grove Pastor at Church Reception EAGLE GROVE--A reception was tendered to the Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Severtson, at the church Sunday afternoon, in observance of their 25th year in Eagle 'Grove, and the Rev. Severtson's 25th year as pastor. A covered dish dinner was served in the church dining room following the services, and a program was given in the auditorium. The Rev. Raymond Olson son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Olson served as chairman, and hac charge of the program, which consisted of talks by Gerharc Hanson, and T. G. Thompson; vocal solos by Miss lone Knulson Miss Janet Hobbet, and Orin Byro; greetings by the Rev. H. S Fauske, of the West Side Eagh Grove church, and the Rev. T. B Thorson of Thor, with responss by the Hev. Mr. Severtson. In behalf of the congregation a purse of money was presentee to the Rev. Mr. Severtson, anc a basket of flowers from the La dies Aid society. Wihneshiek inductee List is Announced DECORAH--The following men ill leave here Thursday, Jan. 14, or induction into the army at Fort les Moines: Decorah -- Henry Branhagen, Villiam McDonough, D o n a l d urne, Max Foss, Gerhart Morton 'ikse, Conrad John Hjelmeland, i-vin Brunell Ingvaldson, Kcn- eth Julian Austad, Aldin Woodow Matter, Herbert Orheim Sim- nson, George Joseph Rowland, loyd Allen Blaess, Leroy Ernest teele, Woodrow Abraham Bai-th, iernard Sersland, Clarence Albert Haugen, Paul Joseph Huinker, lelvin Arnold Oyloe, Myles Sylester Cronin, Harlow John Roan, Myron Adolph Riste, Robert -eroy Hoffman, Delos V. Eggen, Gorman Keith Crablree. Mabel, Minn. -- Lloyd Harold 'olfz, James L. Gunderson, Har- Id Irvin Earth. Spillvf lie -- Joseph W i l l i a m iwchla. Calmar--Leo Thomas Baburek, Jeralcl Adolph Becker, Chester toy Goodno, Leonard J. Frana. Ossian--Glen Cornell Sorenson, Alphonso Henry Zweibohmer, Edvin Ben Brincks, Ernest LuVerne ·Cnudsvig, Linus Clem Hemeseth, Cyril A. Hagaman. Ridgeway -- Gilbert Raymond Armstrong, Russell Earl Flaskerud, Robert Charles Sexton. Harmony--Daniel Richard Danelson. Castalia--Harland Adrian Stee. Festina -- Leander H e r b e r t Ichuler. Ft. Atkinson--William Mathias ;teffes, Arnold Alois Kuhn, Vicor Houdek. Roman Edward Len- iing. Cresco--Gordon Bernard Haugen. Highlandville--Kenneth Markon Strimmven. HOLD FARM SALE EAGLE GROVE -- Receipts a the Glenn Thompson farm sale northwest of Goldfield, Wednesday, were approximately 56,000 High prices were obtained for al most everything. Ten dairy cow. were sold, one at a top price o $160; others at 5125 and less; 60 head o[ fall pigs, weighing ap proximately 50 pounds were soli for a top price of $18; white fac yearling heifers sold for 565 each two horses sold for $75 and $100 R. K. Uhr was the auctioneer Other items sold for satisfactory amounts. LICENSES TO WED NEW H A M P T O N -- M a x E Crabtree of Fredericksburg am Myrtle Thompson of New Hamp ton; Maynard F. Douglas an Dorothy Yearling, both of N e v Hampton, were issued licenses ti wed. HEADS SUPERVISORS IOWA FALLS--R. A. Scott o Ackley. who has been a membe of the Hardin county board of su pervisors for nine years, has beei chosen as chairman o'f the boan for the year 1S43. The officia newspapers for the. year wcr named and are the Iowa Fall Citizen, the Eldora Index and th Eldora Herald-Ledger. The boari of social welfare for 1943 wil consist of Mrs. Paul Jones of lo'w; Falls, \V..T. S. Rath of Acklc- and R. R. Ibach of Eldora INTERNED BY JAPS LAWLER--Mr. and Mrs. R. C Wilson received word from th United States war department tha their son, Sgt. Robert Wilson, i being held a prisoner of the Jap ancse on the Philippine islands. ELECT NEW OFFICERS RICEVILLE--The Willing Work ers. undenominational group, me at the James Eide home Thursday Officers for year elected were a follows: President, Mrs. Harve Stark; -vice president, Mrs. Jamc Fellows; secretary and treasure Mrs. Ralph Marr; and Sunfhin treasurer, Mrs. James Eide- Fro ceeds from picnic dinner to sent to Christian Home, Coun Blutfs. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1943 So You Want to Go to the Movies "ormer Missionary .ectures on Burma before Algona Women ALGONA--Mrs. N-. A. Price, wife of the Methodist pastor, was he guest speaker at the luncheon rf the Women's association of the Congregational church on Thursday. Mrs. Price, a former missionary :p Burroa, told o£ the rich, produc- ive soil of Burma, which causes .he native to be a very easy, indifferent person toward work. The 'avorite expression of the Burmese farmer is, "Tickle the soil and it laughs out a crop." Rich forests of teakwood abound n Burma. Teakwood is the only umber that will withstand the gue of termites and is used for :he finishing of all ships that are to be used in the tropics. Huby mines and rich oil fields are numerous. Seventy-five million tons of rice are exported annually in normal times from Burma. Military and State Staffs Will Honor Retiring Iowa Governor DES MOINES, (/P)_The governor's military staff and the state staff will honor retiring jovernor George A. Wilson at a formal dinner at the Des Moines club Tuesday night, Jan. 12, Brig. Gen. Charles H. Grahl, adjutant general of Iowa said Friday. In addition to Governor Wilson ither "guests of honor" who lave been invited are: Lieut. -*ov. Bourke B. Hickenlooper- former Gov. Nelson G. Kraschcl- former Gov. Clyde L. Herring- former Gov. Dan W. Turner; Brig. Gen. Ray Venter; Brig. Gen. Harry Ward; Cool. Earl B. Bush. Col. G. V. Caughlan; Col. Otto I. Ronnigen; Col. Arthur T. Wallace; Lieut. Col. Clarence W. Ko- dmg; Capt. Don C. Johnston; John Zug and Leo J. Duster. Red Cross Exams Are Greek" to Instructor BRITT--Mrs. Gus Papadakes' examination papers in Red Cross First Aid class here are literally "all Greek" to her instructor. Mrs. Papadakes, a n a t i v e Greek, is unable to write English, so she writes out the answers in Greek and then reads them in English to her instructor. Her sistcr-in-lnw, Mrs. George Papadakes, also is taking first aid, but she has been in this country 11 years and can write English. The women also are taking Red Cross Home Nursing, and are doing Red Cross knitting and sewing. And in addition to that, they keep house. "We have big house," one ot them said, "Lots of work, but we get up early and get through. Then we do more for Red Cross." PRODUCER GEORGE STEVENS, CARY GRANT, JEAN AR- thur and Ronald Caiman take time out for a moment's relaxation from "The Talk of the Town," at the Lake theater with Jinx Falkenburg in "Lucky Legs" as co-feature. Luverne Methodists Install New Officers LUVERNE --The W. M. S. of the Zion Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon at the rural home of Mrs. Albert Hefti with a large attendance. Mr,. Ella Woito led the devotional and also the candlelight installation service which followed. Mrs. Walter llefli had charge of the lesson sludy and the subject was "Our Own Mission Work in Japan and Work Among the Japanese Refugees in the U. S." The following officers were installed: President, Florence Hof; vice president, llukla Fritzmeier; secretary, Mrs. Walter Hcfti; treasurer, Mrs. Paul Blumer; first corresponding secretary, Mrs. John Miller. The following were appointed: Service chairman, Mrs. ' VAN IIEFLIN AND KATHBYN GRAYSON PLAY LEADING parts in the gay ami colorful motion picture, "Seven Sweethearts," now showing at the Palace. DANCE at the AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Saturday, Jim. 9 MACK'S BAND Admission 35c, Tax Inci. Will Marty; mission band leader,! Anna Woito; Little Herald sccre- · tavy, Mrs. Henry Miller. Mrs. Roy Frank became a member of the society. Lunch was served by the hostess. The February meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ella \\'oilo wilh Miss Anna Woito assistant. SAT. - SUN. - MON. Aflame With Romance . Exciting Danger . . . Patriotic Appeal! JMONTGOMUVl Maurm 0'H*»A Win SUITON -- Plus-- 20«h Century Action . . . 19th Century Style! PIRATES OF --Also-"Dick Tracy vs. Crime" TUES. AND WED. Gineer Kopers "KITTY FOYLE" "JIOKEY" Dan Dailr, Jr. LATE SHOW SATURDAY TOHITE Saturday HUCK SHAFFER HOTEL HANFORD ORCHESTRA Dancing Only CA«« Person HOTEL HANFORD FRANCIIOT TONE GIVES ALLYN JOSLYN. THE NOZEY naxi, a kick where it will rto the most good for a scene in "The Wife Takes a Flyer," now showing at the State. CLARK GABLE AND LANA TURNER ARE AGAIN starred in the aclion-romaiice, "Somewhere I'll Find You," showins at the Cecil theater. CO- now MAUREEN O'HARA FINDS HERSELF ROMANTICIZED BY ten stalwart cadets, in "Ten Gentlemen From West Point," now showing through Monday at the Strand. S. R. Piper Will Head Dumont Lodge Group DUMONT--At its regular meeting Jan. 7, Good Hope lodge No. 655 installed the following officers: S! R. Piper, worshipful master; Harry Clemens, senior warden; H. M. Burke, junior warden; R. J. Britcher, senior deacon; H. G. Pfallzgraff, junior deacon; David Noelting, senior steward; "Wayne Mincrt, junior steward; F. W. Dennis, lylcr; F. M. Sorenson, chaplain; W. A. Brandenburg, treasurer; and S. G. Barlow, secretary. F. M. Sorenson, senior grand steward of the Grand lodge, was installing master and J. A. Barlow was marshall. Good Hope lodge received its charter when John W. Ganaway was Grand Master in 1931 and is often referred to as the "baby lodge," since it is the youngest lodge in Iowa. REPORT BOND SALE I O W A F A L L S -- D u r i n g t h e month of December, the women's clubs of Iowa Falls sold $6,625 in war bonds. The stamp sale for the same period was $226. The leaders for the month were the Congregational Kensington, which sold $2,575. The Monday club was second with $1,775 and the Women's society of Christian service sold $1,525. Clubs and societies reporting the sale of $100 or more during the mohth were: The Culture club, the Pythian Sisters, the Eutude club, the Rebekah lodge and the Naomi club. SAVED BY READY AID D E N V E R , Colo. -- William Whalen owes his li(c to a policeman, who although he had attended only two Red Cross first aid classes, correctly applied a tourniquet and slopped the bleeding from a severed artery in Whalen's wrist. Fountain City Masons Install New Officers GOLDFIELD -- T h e Fountain City Masonic lodge No. SB!) held ils annual insinuation of officers on Thursday evening. Carl F. Schipull was the installing officer with Charles Trayer serving as marsh- all. The following officers were installed: Worshipful master, Vcrnc E. Richards: senior warden, Albert Hanson: junior warden, Leo Bartzen; treasurer, Charles Trayer; secretary. Earl H. Nelson; senior deacon, Harry Helqevold; junior d e a c o n , Braden Stoakcs; senior steward, Clifford Hill: junior steward. Clifford Olson; Tyler, T. A. Knight. Clifford Olson fs the retiring master. NEIGHBORS HONOR SOLDIER HUTCHINS--Private V i c t o r Trafford, who is home on furlough from Ellington Field, Texas was honored Thursday evening by a group of neighbors, 32 in all, who assembled at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Trafford, for a few hours of visiting with him. After a pleasant informal interlude, the guests served a picnic lunch. Movie By MAGLOPH Promising Bills Booked for Film House Showings By MAGLOPU Clark Gable's last picture for the duration and Lann Turner's last for some tiinc to come, evidently if the front page is correct, is a the Cecil. "Somewhere I'll Fine You" is the story of two brothers Gable and Robert Sterling, who find newspaper work and Lana Turner, common interests. Reporting leads the trio from New York to Chirin and Manila and romancing lends them, too Lee Patrick, Patricia Dane and Reginald Owen are also in the cast. "Seven Swcctheartsc" and "Underground Agent'' are at the Pal- .ice theater, the former featuring Van Heflin who wns everyone's choice for newly discovered stel- O'Hara and John Sutlon have the cads in "Ten Gentlemen from West Point" at the Strand theater, which deals wilh the founding of ihe U, S. military ncadcmy "and includes a little injun fightingf. "o-fcaturc is "Pirates of the Prairie" starring Tim Holt. At the State theater is n dual bill combining "The Wife Takes a Flyer" and "So's Your Aunt Emma." Franchot Tone is the flyer and .loan Bennett the wife in this comedy treatment ot sabotage. Zasu Pitts and Roger Pryor have starring roles in "So's Your Aunt Emma." At Clear Lake, "Talk of the Town" which is well worth seeing stars Cary Grant, Jean A r t h u r and Ronald Colman. Along with it is Jinx Falfcenburg and Kny Harris in "Lucky Logs," likewise probably well worth seeing, if not having. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. INCREASE BOND SALES CALMAR--A decided increase in December bond sales was reported by Postmaster A. N, Hubcr a'ncl the Iowa State bank. The bank sales amounted to $20,020 while the postoffice .sale was $5,887.50 in bonds and $450 in stamps. WILL BE NO SEQUEL LONDON, (PJ--There wilt be no sequel to Flight Lieut. Richard Hope Hillary's book "Last Enemy," the story of ;i RAF fighter pilot in the battle of Britain. Hil- Inry, who hnd been working on the second book, was killed in action this month. He was 23. 10 JIMMY BARNETT TONITE and SUN. That Fine Doublin' Band LATE BUS £v : "v s r": MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Somcn-hcrc I'll F i n d You." PALACE--"Seven Sweethearts" and "Underground Agent." STRAND--"Ten Gentlemen from West Point" and "Pirates of the Prairie." STATE--"The Wife Takes a Flyer" and "So's Your Aunt Emma." LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Talk of the Town" and "Lucky Less" Sunday. "Across the Pacific" and "Ridin" Down the Canyon" end Saturday. lar talent in the past year. With him are Kathryn Grayson, Marsha Hunt, Cecilia Parker, Peggy Moran and Diana Lewis. There is singing by Miss Grayson to add to the brightness of this plot which deals with a tulip festival. Frankie Albcrlson, Bruce Bennett and Leslie Brooks nrc in "Underground Agent" which is spy stuff. George Montgomery, Maureen DANCE at RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 Music by EARL and His Rhythm Band Admission 30c, Tax Incl, ENDS SATURDAY "RidirT Down the Canyon" "Across the Pacific" SUNDAY - MONDAY mmn SHOUT mm RONALD JEAN CARy COLM-flRIHUfi-GRflOI NOW SHOWING AT NEW LOW PRICES! EVE. 30c VIMS TAX Blast of Blazing Action! LATE SHOW EVERY SAT. NITE DAYS ONLY--WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY ALL NEW THRILLS -- ALL NEW TERROR! MIGHT. THS jfe^fc MUMMY'* Ralph Morgan Be!a Luqosi TOMB LON CHANEY DICK FORAN -2nd Featur JINX FALKENBURG LESLIE BROOKS "LUCKY LEGS" ALSO NEWS Saturday r^C^v^^|^^^4 Late Show Ends Tuesday K^J|W ( ^^lj^"J Sot. Night THERE'S FUN IN EVERY SCENE! Joon BENNETT · Fronchot TONf The "Oh, Deary Sic" Girl Takes the Bin City By Storm Plus--Musical "WINTER SERENADE" and NEWS EVENTS CECIL HOWE or me SIIOIVK HIS LAST Clark Gable Enlisted! See It! NOW S H O W I N G PICTURE FOR THE DURATION! Clark Gable Enlisted! See It! PLUS--"DinE Done Dadily," Cartoon "Vou Want to Give Un SmokinR," Novelty Latest Paramount News Events · L A T E S H O W E V E R Y S A T . N I T E l O p . j n

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