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-jsjr^r. 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1943 ^^^sS^asai^ss^BSSds^isaa^ee^^^^^^l^i^^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ^^B ^^m " ' ' · --i ---"·· v -- . ^*A. A. A v^AJ\j±tJJ*\JiiXJXj X x AV Many Celebntie^WillBroadcast on FarmMobilixoflTM Day ·III I A W II I* 17'^^.j.^ Oj »A/ -j »i»* * ~. l _ _ · ~ ~ --· _ *^ WILL ASK U.S. FARMERS'AID Many Localities Plan Own Meetings for Day WASHINGTON, (/P)-President Roosevelt will be joined by other leaders of the united nations on an all-network radio broadcast on a farm mobilization day program, Jan. 12, calling upon American farmers for a record production of food for war needs. They will be Soviet Ambassador Maxim Litvinof and Lord Woolton British food minister. Others on the program will include Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard; Admiral William Brent Young, American navy chief of supplies and accounts; Milton Eisenhower, associate director of the office of war information; Morse Salisbury, director of the agriculture department's office of information; Kdwin Keller, chairman of the Delaware county, Indiana, U. S. department of agriculture war board; and Mrs. Jacob Schraitz, Scott county, Minnesota, farm woman. and mother of an American soldier fighting in North Africa. The program will be designed to emphasize the importance of American farmers meeting 1943 production goals fox- meats, milk, poultry, vegetable oil crops and other products. Local meetings of farmers will be held to discuss and determine individual farmers' production goals for various crops. Mrs. Borseth Second Victim of Explosion DECOHAH, «}-- Mrs. Melvin Borseth, 25, died Thursday, the second victim of a farm fire which also took the life of her mother, Mrs. Mabel Moore, 55. Mrs. Moore died early Thursday morning. A wood stove exploded in the living room of their home near Frankville, throwing flames about the room. The fire destroyed the home. Borseth. who was outside and broke a window to rescue his wife was badly burned on the face. Eastern Stars, Masons Install New Officers CORW1TH--A joint installation of the Masonic lodge No! 553 and Paradise Chapter OES No. 384 was held Wednesday evening, Jan 6, at the Masonic temple in Covwith Mrs. Maude Higgle acted as installing officer with Mrs. Fannie Barracks assisting installing officer and Mrs. Frances O.xley as installing chaplin. Mrs. Ethel BonsteUer was installed as worthy matron. J. W Miller as worthy patron, Mrs. Abigal Man' as assistant worthy matron and Dr. W. E. Suthers as assistant worthy patron. Other installations were, conductress, Alvera Bonstetter; assistant conductress, Mary Dunlap; Ada, Rose Myers: Ruth, Helen Miller; Esther, Ethel Mullins- Martha, Emily Long; Electa. Helen Mullins; secretary, Lenna Walley; treasurer, Gladys Wood; chaplain, Fern Paulson; marshal. Fanny Barracks; sentinel, Clarence Smith and organist, Mrs. Henry Weber. Mrs. John Paulson, Jr.. as outgoing worthy matron, was presented with a golden gavel, pinned to a single rose, by her little daughter Janice. Outgoing officers were presented with gifts by Mrs. Addie Hamm, Abigal Maw and the new worthy matron received flowers from Mrs. John Paulson, Jr. The Masonic officers installed by William Wood as installing officer and Earl Chambers as installing marshal are as follows: worshipful master, Glen Dunlap; senior warden, Harry Maw; junior warden, James Tabb: treasurer, Dr. P. E. Walley; secretary. George Gaskill; chaplin. Charley Johnson; senior deacon, Vernon Studer; junior deacon, Leonard Mullins; senior steward. Carl Long, Jr., junior steward, Clifford Myers, and tyler Cecil Nail. ROBERT HORNER FUNERAL HELD Rites Conducted for Victim of Gunshot GENEVA--The Rev. George D Gaide conducted funeral services for Robert Hornet- of Faulkner Friday at 2 p. m. from the Methodist church. Robert, the 23 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horner of Faulkner died Tuesday evening from injuries receivedi in the accidental discharge of a shotgun at Jus home. He is survived by his parents and an older brother Burial was in Lindenwood cemetery north of Geneva. ROCKFORD CLUBS PICK OFFICERS Big Audience Attends Joint Installation Meet ROCKFORD-Open installation 32 Men Leave for Induction Examinations BRITT-- Thirty-two men wil leave Britt Jan. 18 for pre-induction examinations at Des Moines. are: Peter S. Lowman - Bro ° me M. Kalhryn Gregory. 20. discharged from the tt'AACs after she was discovered dancing hi a Des Moines theater while A. W. O. L., has landed a job in a Hollywood night club dancing in a chorus line. OFFICERS CLARION--The ' following iicers were installed ~~ of- Tuesday evening at a meeting of Cyrene Lodge No. 325 of the Masonic lodge: worshipful master, c. J Christiansen; senior warden Eugene Allen; junior warden', the Rev, R. H. Beebe; secretary, E H Stutters; treasurer, Frank Walker- senior steward. R. J. Bjornson- junior steward, C. tyler, John Youngs. W. Sankey : Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Luveme Group Holds Candlelight Installation LUVERNE--The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met at the community hall Wednesday afternoon for the general meeting of the aid and the installation of officers, with the new pastor, the Rev. Robert Phillips, in charge. Mrs. John Brink is the new president, Mrs. Edward Dehnert, vice president; Mrs. D. D. Broadie, secretary; and Mrs. S. R. Baker,' treasurer; Mrs. Albert Genrich secretary of social activities; Mrs. Peter Thompson, secretary of missions; Mrs. Elmer Hunt, secretary of literature. Mrs. Ted 'Johnson, secretarv of supplies; Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. se'cre- tary of spiritual life; and Mrs. H. H. Lichty, secretary of student work. The following ladies were hostesses: Mrs. Harold Sorenson. Mrs A. J. Zweifel, Mrs. Elmer Hunt, Mrs. Helena Stripling and Mrs Floyd McClaren. + Births + RIDGEWAY-Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dvorak of Ridgeway became the parents of a son, Jan. 7 at the Decorah hospital. · ' SEXTON--Word has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson at the Kossuth hospital on Sunday Jan; 3. The Andersons live north of Sexton. GOLDFIELD --Mr." and Mrs Earl Friplie of Peoria, III are the parents of a daughter, Nancy Ann, born on Saturday, Jan · Mrs. George Rhiner left Saturday to assist in the care o£ the mother and baby. LEROY, Minn. --Merle Lamon went to Austin Thursday to get his wife and infant Olaf hospital. son at St. + CLUB NEWS + Meetings of N o r t h Iowa O r g a n i z a t i o n s GARNER--Group No. 4 of St Boniface Catholic church will meet at the home of Mrs. Leo . Schmidt on Wednesday afternoon Jan. 13. The meeting will be in the nature of a hard time party . CARPENTER--The town sewing circle mets Thursday afternoon at the parish house. Hostesses are Mrs. Harold Brown and Mrs. Carrie Culbertson CORWITH - Paradise Chapter OtS No. 384 will meet in their first business meeting of the year on Jan. 11 with Mrs. Clarence imith, Mrs. John Paulson Jr Mrs. Maude Higgle and Mrs. Harry Mau as hostesses. GARNER--The Gamer Garden club mil meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Orvillc Steil with Mrs. Jay Stole as co-hostess. Thjs will be the club's first meeting of the year. GARNER-Mrs. J. C. Morrison Will entertain members of the Dorothy club at her home here on Thursday afternoon, Jan 14 JOICE--The L. D. R. will be reorganized on Jan. 16. The meetin" will be held at the home of Past tor and Mrs. L. F. Scheie Only pre-confirmands will organize into a Junior L. D. R. CHAPIN -- The C r a w f o r d- Johnson auxiliary unit will meet at the home of Mrs. A. L. Rhutascl iuesday afternoon, Jan. 12 FOREST CITY -- The a n n u o l meeting of the Winnebago county chapter of the Red Cross will be held at the Thompson school house Monday evening, Jan. 11 Officers and a board of directors of -the chapter representing the entire county will be elected FOREST CITY--The Order of Eastern Star will hold their regular meeting Monday evening, Jan. 11. Joint installation of the officers of the Eastern Star and the Masonic Order will be Tuesday evening following the regular meeting of the Masons: FOREST CITY--A subdistrict youth rally will be held at the First Methodist church Monday Jan. n. at 7:30 p m ; KANAWHA--The farmers evening school will meet Monday evening and the topic for discussion will be Bangs disease State Veterinarian Franks will be the speaker. WESLEY--The W. S. C. S will meet Wednesday afternoon Jan 13. at the Mrs. Charles Kraus home with Mrs. Paul Erdmann, Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. Curtis Benskm and Mrs. L. W. McCann as assistant hostesses LUVERNE -- The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Kubly with Mrs Al- Dert Shipull assisting hostess Roll call will be answered with a Bible verse containing the word ·'grace." The Rev. c. M. Wallace U. D., Ames, will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday morning. JOICE--The annual business meeting of the Beaver Creek congregation will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Bcnvcr Creek Lutheran church. The Rev. L. F Scheie is the pastor SEXTON --Mrs. Joseph Kricps will entertain the Sexton Home club on Tuesday, Jan 12 NEW HAMPTON--A daughter was born to the L. C. Walen family Jan. 6. NEW HAMPTON _ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw became the parents of a daughter Jan. 4. LAWLER--Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Balk became the parents of a son Jan. 4. CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs Donal Freiberg are parents of a son born at the Cedar Valley hospital Friday. CHARLES CITY -- A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome the Cedar Valley hospital CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Zeilstrof became the parents of a boy Friday. The son was born at the Cedar Valley hospital. CHARLES CITY--Attorney and Mrs. E. C. Hardwig, 400 Second avenue, have welcomed a six weeks old baby into their home He arrived Wednesday and has been named Thomas Charles ALLISON_Mr. and Mrs. Harry Codner, Jr., are parents of a son born at the Hampton hospital Thursday morning, Jan 7 WODEN--Mr. and IVIrs. Robert Brown of Emmons, Minn, are F^ntf of a son born at the Dr mdall home here this week *He has been named Ronald Merle' ' A T. T ^r "--' *""ge A. F. and A. M. Royal Arch Masons, Mt Zion chapter, and Fidelity chapter u. h. S., was held Thursday evening m the Masonic hall before an audience of about 300. Installing officers for the Eastern Star were Mrs. Ray Dunkelberg, installing officer; Mrs J W Carrott, installing marshal 'and Mrs. Earl Houdek, installing chap- Mrs. Burr Michell was installed worthy matron; Clarence Bruce worthy patron; Mrs. Ed Skoglund associate matron; F. Lloyd Merrick. ( associate patron; Lillian \Voelfer, secretary; Mrs. Clarence Bruce, treasurer; Mrs. Jack Field conductress; Mrs. Glenn Webb associate conductress. Mrs. Leonard Gauger. chaolain; Mrs. Lyle Carrott, marshal;" Mrs. M. D. Munshower, organist; Mrs Vern Ewald, Adah; Edna Gauger, Ruth: Mrs. E. H. Hartley, Esther Mrs. Merle Squier, Martha; Gladys Hillmarj Elects; Mrs. Howard Barton, warder and Glenn Webb sentinel. Harold Htibbard was installing officers for the Masons with V. L. Mosher acting as marshal and Lyle Searle as secretary r*\rr\n : i . i* . ^ J nn A . ton, Melven VanDusseldog, Adam Harr, Jacob J. Weiss, Herbert C Goetel, Albert B. Dietz, Henry p Plemel, Wayne Frank Ohnemus Leland D Swan, Russell C. Bailey Glen E. Mehl. Gordon O. Swan Lowell R. Baker, all from Britt : Jimmie R. Smith of Wesley; Herman H. Lauen of Meservey; Dick H. Smith "of Woden." . Lenford Back of Klemme; Mel- jn L. Pannhoff, John H. Zrost- hk Joe M. Zrostlik, John T. Ene r, Carl r , Ivan L. Johnson of Officers lod installed for Sirius B - -- - * -- T -J. ·"-, .L-lhJ VV dl U arton; J. D., Jesse Marrs; S. S F. Lloyd Merrick; J. F., Milo dnggs. Royal Arch Masons installed were, high priest, F. M. Hubbard; king. Ansel Kornegor; scribe Vern Ewald; captain of host, Merle Squier; principal sojourner, Jesse Mars; royal arch captain, John Gruver; master of third veil, Howard Barton; master of second veil Virgil Mosher; master of first veil' Glenn Webb. Forest City; EarlH" Johnson ol Corwith: Ernest M. Eliason, Robert R. Johnson of Kanawha and George Menke, who was transferred here from Los Angeles Of this call 10 have enlisted""and part are already in service. Holds Distinction of Being Registered by Two Different Names TITONKA-Dayle S. Craven «'ho left Saturday for California has the distinction of being registered by two different names in public records and having neither name correct. As a result he has been put to considerable trouble and now finds it necessary to so to the coast by way of Portland Ore., m order to establish the fact that he is himself and to be able to travel under his correct name Born at Oregon City, Ore., Jan' lath, 1313, his birth is recorded as Napa Dandy Craven." Writinc the authorities that there was evi dent y a mistake he was referre to the state health departmen There he was recorded as "Dann JVapper Craven". Now he carrie affidavits from relatives older tha himself, a legal document execut ed more than five years ago an other affidavits, establishing th fact that he is Dayle S. Craven. Britt Lodges Conduct Joint Installations _ BRITT--The Odd Fellows anc Kebekah lodges held joint instal lation Tuesday night at the I. O HERE and THERE O. F. hall. Installin; officer, Henry Schra H. COTKERN, M. D. RECTAL SPECIALIST Pnvate diseases of men and women, successfully treated "'"* EAST STATE ST O V E R Y E L L A N D A N D J H A N E S 11 Vestwefer announce the arrival of a boy, born Wednesday TM*!' Ht thc Belmond hospital' CRESCO-FoIlowing is a list of births reported Mercy hospital. and Mrs. Kermit Hoppe,' Cre"sco" a" daughter. Jan. 1; to Mr. and Mrs Gerald Sovereign, Cresco, a son Jan. 4; to Mr. and Mrs. James Carey. Cresco, a son, Jan. 4; to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clynch, EIma - a daughter. Jan. 5; to Mr and Mrs. Verlie Hall, Cresco, twin daughters, Jan. 5. at St. Joseph's Cresco: To Mr. HOLD SHOWER TITONKA-Miss Eleanor Inter- ilK Miss Anable Sachau and Mrs Deloris Rippcntrop entertained at r 5 nsC misc e»aneous shower sday evening for Mrs. Richard Cosgrovc who was recently married. The party was held at the home of Eleanor Intcrmill. Decorations and lunch carried out ihc patriotic theme. The gilts were presented by Janice Intcrmill dressed m red, white and blue. ENLIST IN XAVY DECORAH-- The following 17 year old boys left for DCS Moines this week for enlistment in the navy: Calvin Patterson. Jess Masters, Edward Lemke of Cehvein; Uenn Sadler, Lansing, and Marvin Moravetz, Elma, Iowa. POPEJOY-- A family fathering it ^r? 061 kin was held at the H. A. Peet home, Thursday, in honor of Wendell Peet, who is spenamg his furlough with home folks, on Thursday night. Wen- ocll was given a party by a group of neighbood families, who came o the home. also. V/cnctcil will leave Saturday night on the return to £an Diego, Cal. Cresco Lodges Pick Officers for New Year CRESCO--Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges held joint installation of officers at their hall in Cresco following a picnic supper Monday evening, Jan. 4. Installing officers were Phi! G Kratz, deputy grand marshal!, and William D. Hebig, deputy grand master, for the I. O. O F and Miss Emma Vagts, deputy grand president, and Mrs. P. G. Kratz deputy grand marshall, for the He-' bekahs. Officers installed were: Walter H- Fye. noble grand; W. D. Hebig, vice grand: Scott Cameron secretary; E. P. Farnsworth treasurer: John Emslie, warden;-Louis Shafer. conductor; Lee Lou»hrey ins,dc guard: Phi] G. Kratz, outside guard: L. E. Emmons. right support noble grand; L. E. Strawn left support noble grand; R Dahlc right support vice grand Carl w' Sullivan, left support vice grand; Joe Mlady. right scene support- H - O- Brooks, left scene support Rebekahs: Miss Bessie Sawel'l noble grand; Mrs. A. J. Hochberger, vice grand; Mrs. Mabel secretary; M treasurer; M__. _.,,. warden; Mrs. Cora "white"insFde guard; Mrs. Harold ReJtlinger outside guard; Mrs. P. G Kratz right support noble grand- Mrs' Ray Morris, left support ' noble grand; Mrs. Clara Gaskill, right support vice grand: Mrs. Oscar Christiansen, left support vice grand: Mrs. Guy Humphrey, chnplaui; Mrs. alary Nichols mu- ~-er - -- -·*-*, J.*V1J1J» OUIJia- der district deputy grand maste of Kanawha, installed the follow ing officers in the Odd Fellow lodge; noble grand, Ed Wallace vice grand, J. L.. L.loyd,- secretary, Glen Clark; treasurer A Driste; warden, Gus Horstman conductor, R. C. Lechelt; -inner guard, Art Ricketts; outer guard A Staplin: R. S. N. G.. George d; L. S. N- C-, Ellis Dudgeon v G '' Del Redt n°nd; L. S V. U W. A. Swan; chaplain irank Smith; R. S. S., Morris Smith and L. S. S., D. E. Morrow Installing officer, Mi ss Viola Sclu-ader, district deputy presi- deiu of Kanawha, installed the officers in the Rebekah lodge- pas noble grand, Mrs. John Dimond noble grand, Doris Williams; vice grand, Mrs. George Lloyd- recording secretary, Mrs. Gladys Capas: treasurer, Mrs. Art Ricketts; R. S. N. G., Mrs. Helen Nelson; L. S. K. G., Elda Morrow warden, Marian Jergensen; conductor, Edna Peterson; inner guard, Mrs. Clarence Hartzell outer guard, George Lloyd; chap- lam Mrs. R. G. Duffus; musici Bertha Nelson; financial secretary, Mrs. Mary McNary; R S Mrs. Jesse Clark; L. S. V V. G., G., Mrs. Gladys Wallace. Refreshments were served fol- loxvmg the installation by the Rebekah lodge. W. Emslie,' Fred Mitchell, XEI.SOX UESIGN'S JOB HUTCHINS --Raymond Nelson has resigned h i s postion at t h e Decker packing plant in Mason City and he and Mrs. Nelson have returned here. They are spending the time with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Doughan, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nelson, and other relatives, as Mr Nelson expects his call to army service soon, J CAN-CELL ANNUAL MEETING NEW HAMPTON-The annual road improvement meeting held here each February and attended by township officials from Chickasaw county has been cancelled for this year. Reduction in amount of money available for road funds will halt virtually all construction work Dumont Residents Hold Farewell Courtesy Party attendcd the potluck supper at the Methodist, Episcopal church parlors. Wednesday evening as a farewell courtesy for their pastor the Hex-. B. G. Kemper and his family. The Rev. Mr. Kemper has been pastor here over two years and has accepted the charges at Mechanicsville and Stamvood. They will reside at Mechanics- ytlle and plan to move January 15. STOVE IS INSTALLED WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., U.P.)_ A pot bellied stove was installed balurday among the walnut and bronze furnishings of the People's National Bank and Trust company. ACCEPTS NEW POST DUMONT--The Rev. Roval Woodlcy has accepted the charac of thc Church oC Christ at Hamburg and with his wife and two sons plans to move in thc near fu' ore. MOVE TO ALGONA CORWrTH-Mr. and Mrs. John bloan and daughter Helen are moving Monday to Algona where they will make their future home Mr. and Mrs. Sloan have owned and operated their farm southeast of Corwith for 31 years and recently sold their home to Steve pevine, -who takes possession Monday. MRS. AIIER ILL CARPENTER--Mrs. fiust Mier suffered a stroke Wednesday at hoi- home. Her condition is reported as serious, her daughter Mrs. Anna Mohs Austin is caring for her. fa THORNTON-- A number of loca residents plan to attend th annual meeting of the Cerro Gord county Red Cross chapter at th nigh school in Mason City Mon day evening. G A R N E R-- Loyalty Rebeka lodge met here Thursday evenin at 7:30 in the lodge hall. Two can didales were initiated. Refresh ments were served. B E L M O N D-- Hershel Side i spending his furlough with his mother, Mrs. Henry Eide JOICE-- Theodore Rinden wh has been in the army 15 months, i Was'h ° n 2 fudoush from Seattle CRYSTAL LAKE-- Lloyd Grigg left for an army camp in Texas after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gnggs. ST. AVSGAR-- Mrs. Carl Dan ,vas hostess Friday afternoon to :he Desesrt Bridge club at her home here. VENTURA-- Donald, ear old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ristau, is recovering at the Iowa City hospital following an opera- ^ifl I 0r j \ h ^ remova l of a peanut hat had lodged in his lunc CRYSTAL LAKE-Marlin Kad- ecik left Wednesday for Seattle wash., after spending a navy fur- ough with his parents. Mr. and 'VIrs. Steve Kadlecik KANAWHA-The Round-Up club met Wednesday afternoon at he home of Mrs. E. H. Nelson with line members and one visitor, Mrs Dale Rapp, present. The afternoon vas spent socially and lunch was erved by Mrs. Nelson FOREST CITY--Ralph Briton, an aerial gunner with the air orps at Rice, Cal., left Friday aft- 11- spending a 14-day furlough vith his brother, Stanley, and oth- r relatives and friends GARNER-Mrs. C, L. Strate was hostess to the Bid and Bye Bridge- club on the balcony of the Ga?? y ear c R v T T T afternoon. CRYSTAL LAKE-- Merrill S%van arrived home Wednesday from Great Lakes, 111., where he is S the navy training station, and will Svvan and ' o \ - L i e u t . Everett Missman, recently graduated from the signal corps training school at Fort Monmonth, N. J., and Miss Gertrude Kunz of Chicago, 111 who have been visiting the past a ° m his mothcr . - D. L. ie and family returned home Tuesday morning from Belleville Kans., where they had attended n E T^"?, 1 . 01 Mr " Wilfcie's father, D. J. Willcj?. Mr. Wilkie's death was caused oy a heart attack. He was 68 years old, and had lived his °1,- the w " kie home - m Republic county. Kans. in Five State Funds DES MOINES, W-State Trea- iurer W. G. C. Bagley reported that five state funds over which 'he forthcoming legislature has MODEN-- Jack Smith, who is in the U. S. navy at Corpus Christi, Tex., is spending this week on furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. K A N A l V H A - M i - s . Gerhard lliompson and son are visiting her mother, Mrs. Benson, and a brother in Minneapolis. GARNER-- The M. and T Bridge club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bonn here Thursday evening. DECORAH-- Ruth Honey, 5 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roney, is recovering from a bad gash on her cheek, which required 25 stitches to close. The child was gliding, and failed to go wire tence -- the , , ;,. -------- cut across her face Inflicting a deep gash under wires a barbed of which MRS.LQUINN FUNERAL HELD BHITT--Funeral services lot Mrs. Thomas Quinn were held Saturday morning at the St. Patrick's Catholic church with the Rev. F. Leo O'Connell reading the requiem high mass. Burial was in Bingham township cemetery near Woden. Mrs. Quinn was born' Nov. 22, 1870, at Lawler, Iowa, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Canty. She married Thomas Quinn in 1895 and settled on a farm neav Woden, where they lived until 1924, retiring and moving to their present home in Britt. Mrs. Quinn was ill for two weeks monia and suffered with pneu- stroke on , , a n d arold Hagen, who have been stationed at Great Lakes, 111., are spending a 9-day furlough here ith relatives and friends ,, K A N A W H A--The Evening .»uild met at the home of Mrs Charlie Brower Tuesday evening with 20 members present Mrs Anton Olson, Mrs. Melvin Thompson and Mrs. Alvin Hanson were guests. A short program was enjoyed and the evening was spent working on hospital supplies, after which a lunch was served by the hostess. B E L M O N D -- Mrs. H a r o l d Shultz has gone to Everett, Wash to be near her husband, who is stationed at a camp near that Hace. DECORAH-- Attorney J A Nelson has resigned as chairman f the Wmneshiek county Civil- an Defense committee, because of poor health and increasing Wai duties. L. Dale Ahern of the De- -orah Public Opinion staff, who ins served as vice chaii-rnan, will ucceed Attorney Nelson WODEX-- Kenneth Wilson has ailed for overseas service, des- ination unknown, according to vord received by his mother, Mrs Wary Willison. Kenneth enlisted n the navy last summer Monday evening before her death Thursday morning. Surviving arc her husband,' Thomas Quinn; one son, Harry' Quinn, of Woden, and one daughter. Mrs. Henry Orthel of Titonka. and four grandchildren. ; Funeral services were in charge' of Boughton's funeral home. Pallbearers were Arthur Sheridan, Gene Sheridan, John Sheridan. Charles Meleney, William Spangler and R. H. Round. Baumgardner and daughter of Spirit Lake, who have been uests in the home of her parent* Ir. and Mrs. Elmer Morris left vcdnesday for Nora Springs to isit Mr, Baumgardner's mother HAMPTOV-Fred Banker of lampton is recovering at the .utheran hospital from a severe eart attack suffered at his home unclay while shoveling snow HUTCHINS--Mrs. Still of Crys-i^ 1 ^ 56 JS v ' stt ing for two weeks ·ith her friends, Mi-, and Mrs G V. Robinson. Mrs. Still makes her ome with her granddaughter and aughter, the Rev. Miriam Hotch- iss and Mrs. Hettie Hotchkiss espectively. ' GARNER--A group of friends ave a farewell dinner for Lorame Hanson, former Hancock ounty deputy auditor, at the Nes- it cafe here, Tuesday evening, rtiss Hanson left for Des Moines us week to assume her new dues as secretary to Representative V. S. Pritchard. FOREST CITY--Jucl Boman on of Cheney Boman. is home HAMPTON PASTOR MOVES HAMPTON--The Rev. Paul T. Meyer, pastor o£ St. Paul's Lutheran church, will preach his farewell sermon Sunday and will leave Tuesday with Mrs. - Meyer for Grimes, where he has accepted a call to the Grimes-Boutin parish which includes St. Peter's church at Grimes and St. Paul's church at Boutin about 20 miles from Grimes. Mr. Meyer came to Hampton in 1930 soon after his graduation from Wartburg Theological seminary at Dubuque and six months after the establishment of the local church. During his pastorate all branches of the church were organized and have experienced a rapid growth, and the church and parsonage were purchased and improved. A successor has not been named. ASSESSORS TO MEET NEW HAMPTON--The 20 assessors m Chickasaw county will meet Monday, Jan. 11, with Mrs. Naomi Drape, acting county auditor, to receive their instructions and supplies. 530,520,436 on Dec. 31. However, the total does not mean there is that much surplus because most of the funds are earmarked for certain purposes and expenditures are spread through the state's fiscal year, which ends June 30. HEAD WAR FUNDS NEW HAMPTON--Ray Hutchnson has been appointed Red -.ross War Fund chairman, Mrs. E. P. Donohue, county chairman ;aid Saturday. E. f New Hampton A. Breitbach be in charge of the drive in the town- hips. JOICE--Members of the Uao- Igo club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Ulstad. After a social afternoon refreshments were served by the hostess. IOWA FALLS--Word has been received here of the death in Des Moines of Mrs. L. R. Babbitt wife of a former pastor of the Baptist church m this city. Mr. Babbitt retired from the ministry several years ago and has been living in Des Moines. The funeral was held Ihursday forenoon. Mr Babbitt was also-pastor o{ the Baptist churcn at Webster City for three Cresco News Briefs CRESCO-- Dr. John Jones dentist of Lime Springs, son of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Jones of Cresco, commissioned as lieutenant in the dental department on the new naval base at Treasure island off the Pacific coast near San Francisco, writes an interesting letter, describing the island, the base hospital and his work in general as dentist in the U. S. service. Lt. Jones tells of meeting several former residents of Cresco, Lime Springs and vicinity in Howard county, Iowa. Sgt. Leonard Deane, son of Mr and Mrs. L. L. Deane oC Cresco, sent New Year's greeting by cablegram to his parents from "somewhere," with the U. S. armed lorces. The message said "All is well.-' Ensign Hubert Easier, stationed ut the naval air base at Corpus Christi, Tex., is spending a 20 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Edward D. Easier in Cresco An unusually long distance telephone call was sent from Cresco recently by Mr. and Mrs H F Barnes to their son, Cpl. Herbert Barnes, stationed with the U S army forces at Honolulu. T ' H' They talked for three minutes with" exceptionally good reception Jerauld Kennelly of Cresco was recently graduated from the specialist school in communication of telegraph and telephone at Port Sill, Okla., and has been assigned army ski-trooper instructor r at Camp Hale, Colo. He is a son of Honor The Boys Serving Their Country Display a Service Flag YOURS FREE! flag w.th the blue star in the center, pictured above is on uty Globe-Gazette to parents and relatives who have tor each son in the armed services. a do ' All you need do Is to stop In at the Globe-Gazette newsroom. The flag will be given to you free of charge, top rs 9 ,ued so Ont- 0 f-(, wn rcquests 1 .1

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