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February 25, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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·OARD AMD ROOM ByGENEAHERN ME COME TEU.1OU ME SHOOT THUNDER ARRO* AT UM FEtJCE IN BACK. "lOUfc WIGWAM f~~ MY FAULT FENCE BREAK. IN HEAP MANY PIECES .A" · 10U TAKE MOMEY FOR. GET MAN TO FIXUM. FENCE/ AH, CHIEF, MY GOCO MAN, ·iOO UFT ME OUT OF THE SSNAAAP" OF DESPAIR , AS MY FUNPS AREOCWN TO 17 CENTS/ HAVE A CHAIR. CHIEFS VWILE I' GO SEE IF THERE !5 A PIEFOR.1OU IN THEPAKTKf/ K*. TVW usr EARSHOT you LI /w 3or vr PIWNED UP AS i r«\\S\sS ' CARR/ IT WW'A'^..AT\S A ECOWE. COWmiOM.. '.' YOUR OM W MIND ALL THE TIME HONE/ YOURS . . . SHOT SHELL I THIMK. op -jou.. Charles City Globe-Gazette (JRYPTOQUOTE--A crj-ptogram quotation 1. G N V O B L E K Y V S M E Y T H M W W 3f K L F A E . W T Y H T M E V F D T N V O H S M E Y T H -- E T F T I M. Yesterday's Crj-ptoquote: THE MONTH WAS NOVEMBER AND THE JVEATHER A SUBJECT FOR PRAYER--E. NESB1T. Many Move as March 1 Draws Near Dougherty--C. L. Smith, moved Irom a farm north of Cartersvilie / to the James O'Keefe farm north of Dougherty. Mr. and Sirs. Elmer Brown moved into their new home 2 miles west of town. Their home was destroyed by fire last .Tuly Mr. and Mrs. Will Contiers bought the John Dolan farm on the edge of town. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Andere«g will live on the farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Leer. Mr. and Mrs. Leer are' moving near Dumont. Mr. and Mrs.' John Cunningham bought the Mrs. Bridget Kelly farm east of town. Mrs. Kelly will live on the O'Donnell farm which she bought. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Merfeld bought the Marsh farm southeast of town vacated by Mr. and Mrs Belknap. Mr. and Mrs. Belknap moved to a farm east of Greene. Mr. and Mrs. James-Hogan will move on the farm southwest of town vacated by Mr. and Mrs. "Will Conners. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brink moved from a farm northeast of town to a farm near Eockford which they bought. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ormsby bought the John Conway residence in town and will move there the first of March from their farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Soucek who were living in the Ormsby residence, moved into the town school. TEACHER RESIGNS Woden--Mrs. Wilbur Schram oJ TitonKa has resigned her position m the Woden school and will move to Texas where her husband is in army service. The vacancy has been filled by Mrs. Betty Gartner of Titonka. GETS SCHOLARSHIP Garner--Miss Bernice Quintus, daughter of Mrs. Lillie Quintus, has been awarded the Helen Watzek memorial scholarship of $125 The scholarship is given by the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Miss Quintus is a senior at the University oE Iowa. WILL BECOME DEAN Sioux City, (#)--Prof. Earle E. Emme, psychology department director at Morningside college the last 10 years, has resigned to become dean of Dakota Wesleyan university at Mitchell. CAR CRASHES GARAGE Brislow --Walter Wunsch was returning home from a basketball game wrreh he lost control of his car on the,ice. It ran into the Omer Weigand garage, pushed the corner bricks out of position and bent the fender of his car. No one was hurt. Measles Cause Death of Phoebe Liefson, 7 Northwood--Funeral services for Phoebe Suzanne Liefson, 7 year old.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett T. Liefson of Minneapolis, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Klein funeral home Services were held in Minneapo- hs Tuesday in charge of the Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker, pastor of Our Saviors Lutheran church, Minneapolis, a former pastor of the Northwood Lutheran church. The Rev. Mr. Ylvisaker came to Northwood and was in charge of the rites. The Hev. O. H. Hove of the Northwood Lutheran church sang Phoebe Suzanne was born April 20, 1936, in Minneapolis and died last Sunday at the Minneapolis General hospital o£ measles and complications. Her mother is the former Norma Butler of Northwood. She is survived by her parents and a younger sister, Phyllis, her maternal grandmother, Mrs. C I Butler of Northwood, her paternal grandparents, Mr. ~and Mrs. Lars Liefson of Glencoe, Minn., and one great-grandmother, .-Mrs E. P. Everson of Granite Falls, Minn. Burial was in Sunset Rest cemetery at Northwood. Will Compile, War Record for County _Iowa Falls--Mrs. Halph Harmon o£ Iowa Falls has been appointed to compile a complete history of Karelin county during World War II, under the direction of the war records division o£ the State Department of History and Archives The county history is to include a record of all war activities. The effects o£ the war on agriculture business, church life, civic and social organizations are to be included, as well'.as an individual record of all men and women serving with the armed forces, or otherwise contributing directly to the war effort. CADET VISITS Ochvcin--Dan F. Sullivan, aviation cadet, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sullivan, 210 Connecticut ave., N. E., and his mother and brother, Paul' at Oelwein. He is on his way from Jefferson Barracks, mo., to Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro N. Car., for further training. HOLD RITES SATURDAY Garner -- Funeral services for Joseph Wenck, 85, who died in-a ^fason City hospital Wednesday forenoon, will be held from St Boniface Catholic church Saturday at 9 a. m. with the Rev. M. J. Manternach in charge. Burial will be in St. Boniface Catholic cemetery. 34 SELECTEES LEAVE FOR CAMP Floyd County Group Goes for Examination Charles City--Thirty-four Floyd county young men left here Thursday for Camp Dodge, Des Moines, in answer to a'call by the Floyd county selective service board, where they will be given their,, pre-induction examination and will return home until.£aUec for service. Those going were: Ralph M Allen, Eugene H. Bailey, Arthur W. Beaehler, Melvin W. Brown Franklin H. Burcham, Wendell M Cross, Herbert L. Damro, ArnoU L. Foster, i Roger J. Fullerton Harold F. Gallup, WiUard E Harms,, James J. Haus, Richarc C. Howejls, Leroy R. Hume, Glen B. Idso, Roger D. Jeffrey Calvin R. Larson. Wayne P. Meek, - Edward H Mehmen, Homer C. Moore Vern N. Morische, Warren L. Nott, Gordon G. Paul, Ronald W. Peterson Roy E. Schilling; L e s l i e G S c h m i d t , Vincent J. Schmidt Lawrence F. Schroeder Lowell R Sharp, Robert L. Smith, Harold A Spurbeck, Myron C. Sylvester, Clifton O. Todd and Ernest C Volbrecht. Iowa Boys Get Awards F{pm Civil Engineers Ames--Two Iowa college students, one.,at Iowa .State college the other at the University of Iowa, have been recognized by the Iowa section of the American Society of Civil Engineers for outstanding society work- at their schools. Announcement of the award of junior memberships in the engineering group to DelmaryBloem of Ames, who graduated at Iowa State in August, 1943, and to Gerald Cox of Davenport, a member of the army unit at the university, was made by Prof. L.' O. Stewart, secretary of the Iowa section and a member ot the civil engineering staff here. DIES IN CALIFORNIA Charles City -- Word has been received by friends here of the sudden death o£ Mrs. Donald D. Snyder, 42, at Altadena, Cal., Sunday night. Mrs. Snyder was the former Edith Chestek, daughter o£ Ed Chestek, formerly of Bassett She had been in poor health for several months. Interment was at Forest Lawn cemetery at Altadena Tuesday. Surviving are her husband, Donald, son of the former I. N. Snyder of Charles City, one daughter, Nancy, and her father, Mr. Chestek, all-of Altadena. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder moved to California 14 years ago. Approximately one million more babies were born in 1943 than in 1933, bottom year of the depression. MEN... Bring the family here for a delicious Sunday dinner and treat Mother to a "vacation" from tiresome meal making. She'll enjoy your thoughtfulness. The Soda Grill FRIDAY - SATURDAY f Chester Morris "TORNADO" 2nd Feature Johnny Mack Brown "TEXAS KID" MAT. SAT. 2:00 P. M. SUN. - MON. ConHnMos Sanday 1 to 11 2 Bound Over for Larceny of Motor Car Charles City-- Vernon and Donaville MeManigle waived preliminary heaving in justice court on a charge o£ larceny of a motor vehicle and were bound over to the grand jury with their appearance bonds set at $1,000 each which they failed to furnish. ihey were remanded to the county jail, where they have been bv V6 £h !ays following their arrest by Sheriff B. F. Atherton Thev are charged with theft of an automobile, belonging to H. L Hansen, which was taken from the on tn H, r? ] ? Cal « ara e, driven Lt. Floyd Hildebrand Flies Over in Airship Charles City-- M a n y Charles City people watched a large If motored army pla ne circle over the city twice last Sunday anri wondered who -it contataed Wed nesday Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hit deorand, living on U. S. Highway 218, received a. letter from their o e o r i a and thought he would give his parents a thrill by flvine t° V £ r ^ heir , h ° me - While he hSI told them he expected to fly over some time he g ave no definite date and it so happened that abscnt ' The heavily "bombed German 1 t e e trie Thirty Years war and took nealry 3 centuries to rebuild. ' "" · -- Thompson Commercial Club Names Directors Thompson -- The Thompson Commercial club elected 7 new directors as follows: Clark Mc- chem, Sam Overlie, Merrill Houg, Frank Kletcher, Joe Hanson, Albert Erickson and A. W. Payne. These directors will meet before the March meeting and. elect a president and secretary. Chorles City Briefs - Victor Foster .has left for Oelwein where he has accepted a new position as salesman for Gamble Robinson Co. He will be joined in the near future by his wife and son, Timothy'Allen. Frank Green, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Grank Green, arrived Thursday, on a surprise visit to his parents and wife. He is in the navy and has just returned from a trip to Africa on an airplane carrier He is returning Saturday to Portsmouth, Va. · Mr. and Mrs. Harry Becker are the parents oE a son born at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Kenneth Hicks, wno was Eunice Powers before her marriage on Feb. 17, was feted at a post-nuptial shower Saturday night at the Ernest Haller home Mrs. Haller and Mrs. Don DeBoest were the hostesses. , Clarence II. Bremer left Wednesday for Des Moines to enter the Veterans hospital for treat- ment. He is the city waterworks superintendent. · * Alfred Larson has returned from Boston, Mass., where he visited his son, Raymond, who is stationed at Fort Strong. Pearl Harbor club, No._ 220, Navy Mothers club of America will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, March 1, at 8 o'elock.'at the Guild hall. All members are requested to be present as important business is to be discussed. Cpl. -and, Mrs. Morris F. Wagner returned to Fort Sill, Okla., after spending a 10 day furlough at the home of Mrs. Wagner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Adams, and with her sister and brother- in-lauf, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Bruce Haughey. » Ladies Auxiliary of the CIO, local 115, will have a party Saturday, at Union hall. The \\o\-m. was punished for early rising.--Saxe, 18SO. DANCE at the Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Saturday, Feb. 26 Music by EARL HUNT AND HIS BAND Admission 50c Tax Incl. IfXAN FAPER DRIVE Allison--Vane A. Pattison, superintendent of schools, has announced that there will be another paper scrap drive held in. Allison Saturday. Boy Scouts and. Band Mothers are sponsoring the drive and proceeds from the sale of paper will be divided betsveen the 2 organizations. DANCE qt RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky SATURDAY, FEB. 26 Music by EARL and His Rhythm Band Admission 50c, Tax luc!. fHADY BEACH* South Shore, Clear DANCING EVERY NIGHT Come--Try Our Dellcloui Food Steaks - Fried Chicken Home Barbecued Ribs l Fried Fish Friday, F«K. 25, 1944 If MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETT* STATE NOW! ENDS SATURDAY THE IRftlL BLAZERS ; GIBSOH r: .'The ta Rides AS» _ t MOMOMMt FKTMf ( Extra · Chapter No. 6 "Winslow of the Coast Guard" PLUS CARTOON STARTS SUNDAY "What's Buzzin' Cousin" "Blondie for Victory" Built equipped and operated for your Dancing Pleasure--it offers every facility for your convenience and comfort DANCE TONITE (Fri.) MAMIE GERLAC1I and Her Orch. Featurins a Solovox Special Saturday LUNCHEON ROAST TURKEY Dressing - Cranberry Sauce 35 c Try Our Evening or · Barbecued rji|, s st ,, LYNN KERNS and the RIIXTIIIU CLUB SAT., SUN. lembers of Armed Forces, in uniform, admitted free except for "name" bands. I^VTE BUS AFTER DANCE WED. - PEL - SAT. - SUN The Covered Wagon ONLY - TWO - DAYS - MORE NOW - PLAYING LATE - SHOW - SAT. NIGHT - 10 P. M. "Fireproof" Where Food I, Kln| .. W. Cater I. p.rtre, M AS o N-. or r's-B t: ST-TII EATER A -TRULY- GREAT -SHOW! END FRIDAY - "DEERSLAYER," j eon Pflrker _ " NEARLY EtgHTEEN," Gale Star" , ^mf^^^^l^^^^K^^i^^yKyy^^, MAT. 21 c EVE: 30e Plus Tax CHILD. lOc Miracle from SAT. ^DONALD O'CONNOR gayer and grander than in 'Mr. Big" jjJL+ SUSANNA FOSTER, Sensational star of "Phantom of the Opera" ^| DREGGY RYAN top- "·'''·'tsr^^ ping her hilarious Jut in "Mister Biq".. «·.(!, 3 r, «S*fa.. ^ .t. 5 3 * * r 'COUNT BASIE and his "righf-in-the-groove" Orchestra BORRAH MINEVJTCH MUS1WL RASCALS NOAH BEERY, Jr. POT TOP . BSRP'H wmsvi- COUNT BASIt ·" CH RiSCAiS ULL1AN G1SH *·» RKHARDDIX Wolly { Brown ·PUTS in ·*^^^-- LATE SHOW SAT. NITE BURMA 1 __ ^_ ___ _ _ _ _ B R"CE CABOT- GENE iooaHART o»ec»J by soet IT FIO«EY *'~ ... -^--»-- yj- 1 P . , .,, .^i f-T-'luif,! IT - WILL - PUT - MUSIC - IN - YOUR - HEART -STARTS -SUNDAY -ANOTHER - SMASH - HIT! wii« m ... it's Deama in love! Jt'sFraTChotin-trigued ...IfsPatinhot-watefi AbnMOWBMY . AWm TAMIMFF Evelyn ANKERS . Frank IEHKS Walter CATLETT . Sig ARHO IT'S - EXCITING! - DARING! -GAY?

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