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Mason City, Iowa
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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE- FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1945 Your Neighbors in the KHAKI AND BLUE Mason City Navigator Adds 4th Oak Leaf to Air Medal Lt. Donald Broadbent Cited for Achievement in Bombing Nazi Targets What They Are Doing RETURNING FROM OVER- SEASr-Staff. Sgl. . Leland E. Koenen, son'-of,Mr. and Itfrs. Jake K. Koenen, Meservey, is returning from 18 months overseas-in the Asiatic-Pacific theater of operations and was expected to arrive at Camp Swift, Tex., before coming to his home at'Thornton. y An 8th Air Force Bomber Sta- on, England--Second Lt. Donald . Broadbent, 21, of Mason City, owa, navigator on the B-17 Fly- ng Fortress, "Elliot's Idiots," has een awarded the 4th oak leaf uster to the air medal for "mer- orious achievement" while par- cipating in bombing attacks on azi installations. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Valter R. Broadbent of 1029 2nd W., Mason City. His wife, the ormer Margaret A. Bruns, lives I 631 Massachusetts S. E., Mason 'ity. A graduate of Mason City igh school, Lt. Broadbent attend- d Mason City junior college prior o his entry into the AAF in Febuary, 1943. · Lt. Broadbent,' pictured here be- ide his Fort, is a veteran of more ian. 30 of the 8th air force's large · cale bombing attacks on vital tar- ets within Germany, "The oil refinery at Merseburg r as my most memorable mission," aid Lt. Broadbent. "We had about 0 flak holes in our bomber, but one in any vital spot. We were ust plain lucky." Lt. Broadbent is a member of he 487th bombing group com- landed by Col. Robert Taylor, 3rd f Ruxton, Md. The group is a .nit of the famed 3rd bombard- lent division, the division cited MADE COXSWAIN--Kay Borrill, son of air. and Mrs. George Borrill; Ventura, has received · the ratine of coxswain in the south Pacific. Be "»« been overseas 16 months. He entered the service last spring shortly after being: graduated from the Ventura high school. T--V-- NEW RATING IN ENGLAND-Harold Hennagir, whose wife lives at 410 6th S. W., has been advanced to the rating; of ship's Cook 2/c somewhere in England, where he is stationed with the seabees. Hennagir entered service with the seabees in September, 1943 and has been overseas since last February. y LT. DONALD BBOADBENT y the president for its now his- o r i c England-Africa s h u t t l e lombing o£ Messerschmitt plants t Regensburg, in August, 1943. Air Medal :o Missing Lieutenant The air medal has been awarded o First Lt. Robert W..Lewis, son if Mrs. Gladys F. Anderson, 410 2nd N. E., according to a letter eceiyed from the war department, lated Jan. 6. Lt. Lewis has been missing in action over Germany ince last May 12. "For meritorious achievement vhile participating in heavy bombardment missions over enemy oc- upicd continental Europe," read he citation, signed by Brig. Gen. Robert H. Dunlop. "The courage, coolness and skill displayed by this officer upon these occasions re- lect great credit upon himself and ':he armed forces of the United States." . The letter further stated that since the award could not be :onnally presented to Lt. Lewis, :he decoration would be presented o Mrs. Anderson and would be orwarded to the commanding general, 7th service command, Omaha, Nebr., who in turn wouia select an officer to make the presenta- :ion according to the wishes of Mrs. Anderson. "·----V-- Waist Gunner on Liberator Is Promoted An gth Air Force Liberator Station, England--Robert E. Ruigh Meservey, Iowa, Liberator waist gunner with the 392nd heavy bombardment group, has been promoted from corporal to sergeant The 392nd, commanded by Col Lorin L. Johnson of Payson, Utah is one of the older members of thi 2nd bombardment division commanded by Maj. Gen. William E Kepner. The 3-striper attended school in Meservey and Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, Iowa. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Clarence Ruigh, also live at the Meservey address. He entered the'service in June, 1943, receiving his gunnery training at Laredo, Texas. "· The group has completed more than 200 missions over enemy targets.^On its logs are missions to Berlin, Friedricbshaven, G o t h a Bremen, Politz, and other targets on Germany, France, Holland Belgium, Poland and Norway. Sgt. Ruigh has seen many o£ these missions from the rear of his twin 50-caliber guns. --V-Whereabouts -ocal Man's Regiment . ook Italian Peaks bracking Gothic Line With The 5th Army, Italy--Pfc. ..yle A. Burtis, son of Mrs. Laura urtis, 1309 North Federal, is a member of the 339th "Polar Bear' egiment, which recently shattered he vitals of the vaunted Gothic Line, taking Italian peaks as high s 3,400 feet east of Highway 65 nd Futa Pass. The 339th infantryregiment is in he 85th "Custer" Division,'part of lieutenant General Lucian K, Truscott, Jr.'s, 5th army. The 339th infontry regiment is in March 15 alter a training period in North Africa, and was the first unit of the 85th division in the ine when it was committed to action the following day. The "Polar Bears" got their lame in the World war I, when they fought In waist-deep ,snow long the 400-mile front between Archangeland Leningrad in Rusia. They battled on five months after the Armistice had ended the var in Europe. Reactivated in the spring of 942, the 339th for 18 months rained and participated in maneuvers in Mississippi, Louisiana *"* California. The regiment and HOME FROM 3-JTH--T/4 Edward Lnscher, 224 'Crescent drive, is home on a 21 day rotation furlough from serving with the 34th division in Italy. He has been returned to the states for reassignment and will go to Hot Springs for that purpose at the end of his furlough. T/4 Luschcr has been in the service since April, 1941, and ox-erseas since January, 1942. He participated in the Tunisian campaign and the Italian campaign, from Salerno to Rome and from Rome beyond the Gothic line. Asa civilian Luscher was employed at Kinney's shoe store in Mason City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Luscher, formerly of -Sioux City, now living at Camarilla, Cal. (Photo by Free). V Charlemagne's empire, fought over by his grandsons, was divided ^v a treaty at Verdun. Pfc. Orrin D. Callow, who has been overseas since last November, is stationed with the eomba engineers in England. His wife and 2 children live at 713 Harrison N. W. Pvt Mitred B. Sabr, whose wifi lives at 1224 Rhode Island N. E. has arrived at the infantry re placement training center at Camp Wolters, Tex., to begin his basi training as infantryman, according to word received from headquar ters there. Pvt. Sahr has been as signed to a battalion stressing rifl' training. Pfc. Paul F. Cnta is now over seas serving with the 4th armorec division under Patton's 3rd army He entered the service last March took his basic training at Cam 4 Hood, Tex., leaving for oversea in September. His wife and 3 chil dren live at 829 3rd S. W. Pfe. Myron Petenahis, son of Mr and Mrs. Pete Petenakis, 426 14t N. W.. has been serving in Ita] the past 14 months, according t word received here. He holds decorations and his duties tak anded in North Africa in the fal if 1943. --Y---Commended by Group Commander at End of Year Overseas An 8th Air Force Fighter Sta ion, England--First Lt. f John M Wilkinson . of Hock Falls, Iowa who has completed a year of serv ce overseas with an 8th air foro fighter group, has been commend ed by the group commander for hi meritorious work during the year A member of a service grou which is attached to the 361st P-a Mustang fighter group, Lt. Wil kinson is in charge of the base fi nance office. His department con solidates the payrolls of all of th units on the field and also ad vances the personnel money fo rations and lodgings when the are assigned to duties elsewheri The department also has the jo of paying all of the officers at th end of the month. Lt. Wilkinson is the son of R. V Wilkinson of Rock Falls. y Qualified to Wear 2 Gold Chevrons for Year in ETO An 8th Air Force Service Com mand Station, England--Oversea since December, 1943, Cpl. Lesl G. Portwood of Mason City, denta technician assigned to the static dispensary at this strategic air 3e pot where American fighter air craft are repaired, is qualified ' wear the 2 gold chevrons on th left sleeve which represent a yea of service in the European theat of operations. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ra Himrod, 715.Georgia S. E., Masp City, Cpl. Portwood entered th service in March, 1943, and serve at Bowman Field, Ky., until h transfer to Birtain. Prior to entering the arme forces, Cpl. Portwood alten'de Clear Lake high school and graduated in 1942. His wife, th former Miss Patricia Schneide lives at Mason City. him on missions that last 2 month each, it was stated. Bruce L. Meeker, seaman Zl whose wife lives at 201 23rd S. \\ has been graduated from th parachute riggers school at Lak hurst, N. J., upon completion 3 months of special training, was announced by the naval sta tion there. Ho has been trans ferred to Floyd Bennett Celt Brooklyn, N. Y. The graduatin class included both sailors an marines. Rigger trainees learn pack and repair all types of nav parachutes and are assigned duty after completing training, parachute leap from a navy blim is onu of the graduation pre requisites for each trainee, it wa stated. Seaman Meeker enliste in the navy last May 12. y Queen Victoria ruled England for 64 years--longer than any other monarch before or since. ON BOARD SHIP--Word has been received that Ensign Robert L. Huisebus has set out on the Pacific. He is personnel and education officer for his unit of 132 men and is also naval censor. Mrs. Huisebus has been with her husband out west but;will return to her parents' home at Newberry, S..Car., in the near; future and finish her college work. She expects to be graduated next June. ' v Ensign Huisebus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Huisebus of Meservey. --V-- INFANTRYMAN PROMOTED --Robert V. Poshusta, son of Mrs. Mary Poshusla, who lives at 207 Monroe S. W., has been promoted to corporal. He is an MP with the 34th "Red Bull" division of the 5th army in Italy. The . information came i from headquarters of the 5th army. --V-- NAZIS CONFUSED BY DARING RAIDS Assaults by 2 Yank Battalions Described By THOBUBN WIANT With an American Regiment Near Docols, Belgium, Jan. 11 (Delayed) (JP. -- Daring raids staged stealthily by: 2 battalions of this regiment from shortly after midnight until dawn so confused the Germans in a'pocket southeast of Bastogne that they milled around in daylight like cows awaiting slaughter. The Yanks, led by Lt. Cols. John Smith of Dallas,-Texas, and Robert Booth of Eugene, Ore., took off at 1 a. m., leaving-behind all vehicles, including armor, whose noise would top their hand. . From Trentelhof they crept ,2 miles northward through foot- deep snow past 3 German defense lines and-cut the main east-west road at the junction near Doncols, near U'iltz, before the Germans could rub the sleep from their eyes. · Back at the regional command post Lt. Col. Donald Gorton, of Tecuriiseh, Nebr., described the surprise caused by the Yahks^ VFor a while all they had to do was to shake, the Germans awake and .say, 'come along with me,' " h e said.' _· ' ' . ' ' . ' · -Ma]'. Orwin Talbott, of McCamey, Texas, said, a ground fog* prevented a quarter moon from revealing the Yanks creeping toward Doncols. · Because silence was so all-important the Yanks held gunfire to a minimum, using bayonets when it was necessary. One German prisoner told Capt. Herbert Oehmichen, of Keokuk, Iowa, that "we figured an attack might come at 4 a. m. or 5 a. m. and were trying to get a little sleep." ' Early Friday morning a German tank and truck column moving southeastward on the road near Doncols ran head on into the Tanks heading northwest. Both parties backed off. The Yanks called for 10 tanks and 8 tank destroyers, which arrived quickly. At least 5 German tanks and several halftracks were destroyed and numerous Germans in the column were killed. Maj. Richard Boers, Lcaon, 111., said the prisoners, many of whom were 11 year olds, included S from the luftwaffe who were completely bewildered by the turn of events. They -had arrived in the area and did not have 1 a chance to be orientated. The prisoners were generally healthy, although dirty and unshaven. · Three GI's forming a wire team took 53 prisoners, who thought the building where they were housed was surrounded. Three Germans walked into an aid station and gave up. - Two security guards, Pvts. Otto Sand, of Detroit, Mich., and James Abernathy, of Otumwa, Iowa, matched 73 Germans 3 miles from the front to a prisoner cage. ' ' · - ·Asked if perhaps.there should have been more guards for that many prisoners, Sand replied: "Naw--they were glad to be out of it." If Too Do Not Breeivfe Paper Before 6:30 p. m. Call ess or tt» CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE Phone «9 «r Z5S · AND KGLO OFFICE -? m SK W«t Main st 5« West Main St DEADLINES: 11 E. m. J.r Xewi and Ada « p. m. for Ka4i» Km -. MISSING IN ACTION--Mr. and Mrs. George Law, Clear Lake, received a. message'from the war department Thursday s t a t i n g that their son, Ronald Law, motor 'machinist's mate 2/c, is missing in action. No date was given to indicate. how long he had been missing and the parents were requested, lor. reasons of safety, not to reveal the name .of his' ship.or position. The last letter received from him was written Dee. 8. ' '.." .:;" : Mate Law was graduated from the Diesel school at Richmond, Va., In December, 1912, and has been overseas about Z years. .He had participated in 5 major engagements and received 5 stars previous to last December. 3RD HONOR ROLL LISTS 41 NAMES 5 Students Rated in "A" Section 6 Weeks Clear Lake -- Forty-one names appeared on the high school honor roU for the 3rd period of 6 weeks, Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, announced Friday. Five names appear in the "A" section, David Graven and Betty Burns, juniors, and Strode Hinds, Don Thompson and Don Lomen, seniors. Listed in the "A and B" division are Jim Bawden, "Veryle Henriksen, Barbara Kaster, - G l e n y s Thiederman and Joan Thompson, 9th grade; Eugene Reynolds, Margaret Klein, Marilyn Olson, Charmaine Petersen and Beth Rice, 10th grade; Jesse Wenger, Barbara C r u m p , Arlys Grell, Blanche Darlene Ouverson, Bridle -and- .Lola Kimball,-- llth Firemen Give Wives Dinner at Legion Hall Clear 'Lake--Members of the Clear Lake volunteer fire department entertained their wives at a chicken dinner at Legion hall Thursday evening. -Peter's cafe served. The evening was spent playing games for which prizes were awarded winners. The committee on arrangements included Floyd Nesbit, R. B. Kennedy and Keith McGowan. The dinner, is an annual event for firemen and wives. Clear Lake Briefs Wanted to buy girl's white figure slice skates, size 8-A, ph. 502J. Music Mothers club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. G. Burns with Mrs. Willis Miller arranging the program. Refreshments will be served. Nichol's Shop closed Mon. and Tiies. to attend spring market. The open meeting on "Slip Covers" for women of Lake township scheduled at the home of Mrs. E. E. Studyvin Monday, Jan. 15, has been postponed until further notice. Miss Lucile Buchanan, home demonstration agent, is to conduct the demonstration and all women interested may attend. Sale of Wash Dresses--$1.98 at Hansen's. Mrs. Richard P. Morrissey left Thursday evening for Boise, Ida., to spend 3 weeks with her husband, Cpl. Morrissey. Mrs. J. S. Everitt, 76, who suffered a fractured rib in a.fall at her home, 925 S. 4th street, Tuesday, is getting along very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Nichols plan to attend the spring market in Minneapolis Monday and. Tuesday. Miss Cleo Woodcock was dismissed Thursday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she underwent a major, operation recently, and is at her apartment in the Rasrmissen building. She plans to go this weekend to Buffalo Center to spend a month with relatives while convalescing. 3Irs. C. O. Lomen will entertain W. C. T. U. at her home Wednesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. Mrs. Otto B. Petersen will lead devotions and Mmes. Walter Wood and Raymond Bachellor will present the lesson. Mrs. Gerald Jensen has returned from San Diego, Cal., to her home, GOES TO AFRICA--Miss June Peiersou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peterson, 210 N. Oak street. Clear Lake, set sail, from Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday, for the Belgian Congo, Africa, via Lisbon, Portugal. Miss'Peterson who is sent by the Evangelical- Mission Covenant Church - o( America, will be a teacher iu the mission schools of the Congo. Irons, Ryan HONORABLY DISCHARGED-- Sgt. Sol Bcnowitz, who returned to the states last November from 29 months of sen-ice in Alaska, has received his honorable discharge from the U. S. army. He had been in (he service 2 years and 9 months. He will go to St. Louis, Mo., to visit his wife. --V-- RETURNED TO CAMP _ Sgt. Gordon E. McDouglc has returned to Camp Grubcr, Okla., a f t e r spending a New Year's furlough with his wife and son at 2207 Delaware S. E., and his parents, Sir. and Mrs. H. H. McDougte, 821 Carolina place S. E. --V-- ' Quick on the Draw tubbock, Tex., (U.R)--T h e reporter who asked the English wife of Capt. Frank Riordan, Jr., what Clear Lake Churches ZION LUTHERAN Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Catechizing of confirmands. Both choirs will sing, Luther League, 7 o'clock. Ten Study series, 8 o'clock. L. D. R. will serve. "The Ten Commandments" to be topic. -Ruben Mostrom. pastor. aiETHODIST Sunday school, D:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Our Developing World." Youth Fellowship: Senior group meet at church, 3:15 o'clock, to go to Britt; junior group meet at parsonage, 6:30 o'clock.---Warner M. Hubbard. pastor. CONGREGATIONAL C h u r c h school, 10 o'clock. Worship service, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme: "On Our Side." Congo club, 6:30 o'clock. Tom Joslyn will lead the devotional service.-Verne A. Spindell. pastor. OLD FASHIONED GOSPEL At Legion hall, Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock.. Sermon theme: "Stones Holled Away." Evening service, 7:30 o'clock- Sermon topic: "So Near and Yet So FaY." The quartet will sing. Tuesday the Ladies Missionary, group will be held at the parsonage, 612 N. 4th street, at 10 o'clock a. m. to sew. Thursday, evening prayermeeting at the home of Mrs. Julia Closson, 711 S. 3rd street. 7:30 o'clock.--The Rev. Evelyn Elefson, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible school, 9:45 o'clock. Lord's Supper and . preaching service, 10:45 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Casualties on the Home Front.' Christian Endeavor, 6:30 o'clock. Evening service, 7:45 o'clock. Sermon topic: "Seven Blessings of Revelations." Midweek service, Wednesday, 7:45 o'clock,--C. W. Hicks, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship. 11 o'clock. Eli Levang, Fertile, will speak both morning and evening. Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock. Evening service, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Gertrude B i c e , Sunday school superintendent. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Masses on Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Weekdays at grade, and James Jorgenrud, Doris Erickson, Roberta Furleigh, Betty Hyde, Lois Ann Olseh and Betty Tamblyn, 12th grade. In the "B" section were LeRoy Olson and' Shirley Decker, freshmen; Ray Bieber and Don Covington, sophomores; Joan Bisgrove, Shirley Hunt and Phyllis Stephens, juniors, and Warren Jacobson, Roger Jensen, Shirley Bisgrove, June Enabnit and Jacqueline Kimball, seniors. The honor roll for the entire semester will be available soon. W. Main street. Mr. Jensen, seaman 1/c, is at San Diego. Paul Palmer, seaman 1/c, is spending a 17 day leave with Mrs. Palmer and family and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, Sr. He came from the west coast after having been at sea 5 months. It is almost a year since he had been home. Sgt. Earl R. Hill left Tuesday to return to Fort Riley, Kans., after spending 10 days with Mrs. Hill, nee Madelyn Peterson, and with LAWHORNDIES AT MASON CITY Former Garner Man Succumbs in Hospital Clear Lake--Charles Lawhorn, 67, Garner, who has been making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Prescott, 301 W. Division street, the past year, died at a Mason City hospital at 3:30 o'clock Friday morning following an illness of 2 weeks. Mr, Lawhorn is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Orris Lundy, Klemme, and 2 sons, Francis Lawhorn, Garner and Cloyde Lawhorn,. Los Angeles, Cal., and 7 grand children. Mrs. Lawhorn died 3 years ago on Jan. 12 and is buried at Garner. No arrangements for the iu- neral of.Mr; Lawhorn have been announced. The body is at the Bonn funeral home in Gamer and t h j funeral will be at Garner. Unmentionables Serve Yanks as Camouflage Near W'ilti, Luxembourg, (Delayed) (ff)--!A stock of girls' white, filmy panties and men's long underwear found in an attic storeroom p r o v i d e d substitute camouflage equipment on this snowy front today for one American unit. The. men draped the panties over their helmets, pulled the underwear over their regular uniforms. The'scheme was dreamed up in lieu of regular snow camouflage. she thought of American slang got a shock. "Are you kidding?" ! said Mrs. Riordan. who has just arrived Irom the British Isles. "I haven't been married to a Texan i 2 years for-nothing.'' I o'clock. Confessions heard Saturday evening from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. --J. J. Buzynski, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street. Sunday school, Plumbing is the science of gel- ting water where it is wanted and how it is wanted, and then getting it away again. 10 o'clock. Church service, II o'clock. Wednesday evening service, 8 o'clock. BETHEL CHAPEL Moyer house, 302 N. Elm street Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Evening worship, ,8 o'clock. Bible school session, Tuesday, 7 to 9:30 o'clock. The Rev. G. W. Gamlen. dean. Prayer meeting Friday, 8 o'clock. --The Revs. Manifred and Hope Askew, pastor. his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Hill, 727, S. 3rd street. Mrs. D. -Grifhorst Entertains Trinity Circle at Session Clear Lake--The Rev. and Mrs. Ruben Mostrom" were guests of Trinity circle of the Zion Lutheran', aid which met at the home of Mrs. Grifhorst Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Mostrom gave the Bible lesson from Acts. Mrs. H. G. Crump was appointed the flower committee and Mrs. Arnold Rasmussen press reporter. Plans were made to serve lunch at the Ten Study series Feb. 4. Mrs. Elmer Moffett is hostess Feb. 8 when Mrs- Grifhorst will present the lesson and lead devotions. OFFICERS SERVE CATHOLIC AID Mmes. Irvin Joynt, Vincent McGuire, A. H. Steil and C. S. Brager, officers o£ the Catholic Ladies' aid served a 1 o'clock luncheon to the members who met in the parlors of St. Patrick's Catholic church Thursday afternoon. The committee for Feb. B includes Mmes. E. C. Cailanan, A. J. Bower, Frank Barlow, Ray Bast, E. R. Boyle and A. J., Lester and Walter Bisgrove. The aid will be divided into circles at the February meeting. To Count Christmas Seal Returns Jan^ 14 Clear Lake--Mrs. B. A. Morse, chairman for the sale of Christmas seals in Clear Lake, announces that another count of returns on the 1944 campaign will be made Sunday. Mrs. Morse requests all those who have seals which have not been returned send them back or send money for them as soon as possible. Nearly 300 envelopes are still out. It is hoped to have a large count this week. In the other counts the receipts have averaged more than $1 to an envelope. Proceeds from the sale of seals are used to promote educational activities against tuberculosis, to provide clinics for examination of patients and in other ways to help prevent the spread of the disease. Oakland Club Plans Auction: Sale Feb. 8 Clear Lake--Plans for an auction sale of miscellaneous donated articles to be held at the home of Mrs. Forrest Roberts Feb. 8 were made by members of the Oakland club, who met Thursday at ther home of Mrs. John Floy for an all day session and picnic luncheon. Proceeds of the sale will be used for welfare work or some needy project. Mrs. Glen Franks presented a program of contests in which Mrs. Schmidt and Miss Maxine Prescott won prizes. Mrs. Franks won the mystery box. Mrs. Albert Juhl reviewed "They Shall Not Sleep" by Lelaud Stowe for the program. .Other groups also met Thursday Lake View club met at the-home of Mrs. Reuben Grell with Mrs. Earl Lambert giving the lesson on. "Formosa" from the National Geographic. Mrs. Lambert is hostess i Jan. 25. ' Mrs. Chester Simmons, Miss Julian Beyertok and Mrs. Gae Ko- ! courek .were guests of W. R.' C.I circle at the home of Mrs. Ethel ' Weed. Mrs. Fred Funk assisted and work was done on the quilt wMch. is to be sold at the bean supper Feb; 17. The next-meeting is Feb.' 8," the place 'to he annouricecl'.'.;. : * AQ chapter, fowa, TTT society, met at the home of Mrs. B. B. Bailey with Mrs. L. G. Stunkard presenting the lesson on "England and Churchill," Mrs. Henry Volstad is hostess Jan. 25. - ' Mrs. R. Fryer entertained Linger Longer club with Miss Susie Dawson, a guest, accepting membership in the group. Mrs. Everett Enabnit, who is moving to Mason City soon, withdrew. Mrs. George McNeish presented a program of games with prizes. Mrs. F r a n k Clark will be hostess Jan. 25 with Mrs. Paul Rader arranging the entertainment. Mrs. B. C. Myhr, chairman of ihe auditing committee for Pythian Sisters temple No. 83, presented the annual report at a meeting of the temple at the home of Mrs. Ira W. Jones Thursday evening. Mmes. C. A. Knutson and W. J. McGowan were also on the committee- Mrs. McGowan reported for the trustees on the property of the temple. Both reports were accepted and placed on file. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. Mexico has ah estimated population of more than 19Vi million. Bums Continues Talk on Iowa School Laws Clear Lake--Supt. T, G-. Burns continued the talk begun a week ago on "State School Laws" for the the program oE the Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday noon. Sam Kennedy, honorary I member, was present. ft.) THE WHOLE FAMILY --SHOE ENOUGH! Tour shoes give longer.wear when we keep them in good repair. FOX SHOE REPAIR 205 So. Fed. LINOLEUM RUGS . . . For BEDROOM and LIVING ROOM Good 9x12 Special C. BOOMHOWER HARDWARE

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