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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 12, 1943
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DEADLINE!, II a. m. t.r Kew» ant Adi « ». M- f« BUI* Kiwi [LEAR UKECIOM-CAZETTE! MASON 'CITY Phone 233 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 207 West Main St. T«« Dm Nat .ccclve fmtmi Befora 5-.3U p. M. C«U S3S «r at ANNUAL PARTY TO BE AT SURF Commercial Club Will Entertain Salesmen CLKAR LAKE -- Arrangement for Clear Lake's annual horn town party at which rcsiden salesmen and resident out-of town businessmen and thei wives will be special guesls wer made at a special session o£ th Clear Lake Commercial clu Monday evening at the offices o the Clear Lake Bank and Trus company. The party will be held at th Surf ballroom the evening of Jan 23 when music for dancing wil be furnished by Tiny Little am his orchestra. A block of booth will be set aside for the use o the Commercial club member and guests. A real get-together i planned. This party will take th place of the stag event held in former years. Lists of eligible guests are be ing prepared and invitations wil be sent out the latter part of thi week, it was stated. All Clea Lake merchants and other busi ness persons are urged by th sponsors to be present to he! make.this party a big success. The membership committee fo the Commercial club has been named and includes Otto E Petersen, Keith McGowan, J C Davenport and B. C. Myhr. Honor Board Contributions Still Needed CLEAR LAKE--Funds for th honor roll board to be erected i City park soon continue to com in and the amount is now within S25 of the goal, sponsors slatec Tuesday. Part of the' names have already been placed on the boarr and the work is going forward very satisfactorily. The board as originally designed will be filled with (lie names o men already in the service, it was stated, and additional space fo new service men will have to be provided by the use of wings a either side of the main board. The committee, while disappointed in not being able to ge the board up before the new year is pleased that interest continue and hopes that it can be completed very soon. Donations ma be left at the Clear Lake office o the Globe-Gazette, at the Clear Lake Reporter office or at the Farmers' elevator office. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Wa-Tan-Ye club, Peter's restaurant, 6:30 o'clock. Congregational Sunday schoo board, R. R. Rogers home, 40; North Second street, 6:30 o'clock Red Cross surgical dressings rcstropms, 7:15 o'clock. Mobilization day mass meeting high school, 8 o'clock. Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F hall, officers' practice, 7:30 o'clock; lodge B o'clock. Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., Masonic Temple, B o'clock. Wednesday-- Clear Lake township home propect leaders' training school, Mrs. Shirley Stanfieic home, all day. Do Your Bit club, Mrs. A. R Cain, all day. Lions club, Legion hall, 12-.I5 o'clock. Lakeside Ladies aid, Lakeside church, 12:30 o'clock. C. L. C. club, Mrs. George Newman, 514 North Third street 1'IS o'clock. Red Cross surgical dressings, restroom. 1:30 o'clock- Today's club, Mrs. James Braheny, 409 North Elm street, 2 o'clock. W. S. C. S., Methodist church parlors, 2 o'clock. Tabitha circle, Zion Lutheran aid. Mrs. Jens Jensen, 106 East Main street. St. Margaret's Episcopal Guild, Mrs. George Bennett, 800 South Third street. Congregational aid. church parlors, 3:30 o'clock; fellowship supper, 6 o'clock. Intramural basketball, h i g h school gym, 6:30 o'clock. O. N. O. club, Mrs. Keith Haw 111 West Center street. Lake's Ambitious Feeders, Chris Jasperson home. C. D. A., Mrs. Ned O'Neill, 'l04 South Oak street, 8 o'clock. Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. F. G. Drew, 319 South Second street. Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., Masonic temple, 8 o'clock. Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Doctors s»y your kidneys contain 15 miles of liny tubes or filters which help to purify the blood and keep you healthy. When they Rtt tired and don t work right in the daytime, many people have to eet up nights. Frequent CT scanty passages wilh smarting and burning convettmcs shows there ia something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't ncjdcct IbMcondittonond lose valuable, restful aleep. jYfccn disorder of kidney function permits powonons matter to remain in your blood, it may also cause uajoring backache, rheumalis p»ra, ICR pains, loss of pep nnd enerey, swelling pufficcss under lac eyes, headaches *M dijiincfs. ton*t wnitl Aslc yo«r dmintist for Doflti'.i Pilfe, used successfully by mjHion.1 for nv«r 40 yt»r«. Ttey Rive happy relief end wiU help the 15 mites of kidney tubes flush out rxjij'rm- oua w*at« from your blood. Get Dou'a Tilb. Arrives on Short Leave CLEAR LAKE--Capt. George Frost, formerly of Clear Lake, arrived Tuesday morning from Camp Hood. Tex., to spend a short leave with his aunt, .Mrs. C. R, Woodford, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ashland. Captain Frost is with the tank destroyer command at Camp Hood. V. M. WALLIS TO SUPERVISE Wiil Have Charge at Lake Skating Rink CLEAR LAKE --V. M. Wallis has beet} named supervisor of the skating rink on the Lincoln school grounds, it was announcec Tuesday. The Civic League, witl the recreation committee in charge, is sponsoring" this part o the activity. Mr. Wallis will be on duty fron 4:30 until 6 and from 7:30 unti 9:30 each school day evening ant on Saturdays and Sundays from 2 until 6 and from 7:30 until 3:30 o'clock. The warming house has been set up and floodlights installed so that the rink is available at the hours named. Sponsors are not responsible for chilfiren skating there at unsupervisec times. The city is providing the means of keeping the ice cleaned and water for spraying it regularly N. B. Rice and Otto B. Petersen were instrumental in getting the rmk into usable shape last week MONDAY NITERS FETE MRS, flRTH Farewell Courtesy, Gift Given Member CLEAR LAKE ~ Mrs. Glen Orth, who is moving Friday to Des Moines where Mr. Orth has a new position, was honored by the Monday Niters at her home Monday evening. A potluck dinner was held and Mrs Orth was presented a gift of remembrance. Mrs. E. L. Yeager was a special guest. Bridge was the diversion of the evening with Mrs R M Cole winning high score and Mrs H. G. Garth second high ST. AUGUSTINE IS LESSON TOPIC Miss Berniece Osnes, president presented a lesson on St. Augustine as the first in a series o£ studic of important characters in Lutheran church history, at a meeting of the L. R. D. held at the home of Lois Hein Monday evening n !S n T,,^" derso " lcd devotion!, Ruth Elaine Jensen'gave a rendin" and Betty Foster was assisting hostess. The next meeting is Feb 6. P V. G. CLUB HOLDS ELECTION OF OFFICERS Mrs. Chris Estergard was reelected president of Past Noble Grands club at a meeting o£ the group held at the Estergard home Monday evening with 12 women present. Mrs. R. J. Nelson, vice president, and Mrs. A. R. Cain secretary-treasurer, were also reelected. Problems relative to the wo rk of the Rebekah order were discussed. Mrs. Cain assisted serving. The next meeting Isaackson, 20, )Jes in Minneapolis C l r L - e a v e s near Clear Lake have learned of the death of Miss Ruth Isaackson, 20 at Minneapolis, Minn, Monday ?; emne ' SI ? C was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Isaackson j"l, r mothcr wi " be remembered here as Bcuiah Rood, formerly of Grant township. Funeral crv.ccs will be held at Minneap. a'clock ay morrlin S a t 10:30 ^Several plan to go from Clear Wants Us Called "Usoiuns" RIVERSIDE, Cat., (U.R)_Before njf fi tlUlt g of Worw Affairs, Chancellor Rufus B. von Klein-! Smid of the Umvcrsity of South- rn California proposed the adop- ion of the term "Usonan"' by citi- ens of the United States of North America as a possible solution of he lack of clarity caused by the act that citizens of both North nd South America call themselves Americans." The f i n a l "n" is dded for euphony and locale. SAVE SCRAP FOR '43 COLLECTION R. Miller Announces Program for Spring CLEAR LAKE--"Begin now lo salvage the metal scrap \ ve W iU need in 1943," Hoscoe Miller chairman of (he Clear Lake salvage committee, said Tuesday. "We are asked to find 24 million tons of scrap this year, more than was asked or received in 1940 ·' he continued, "and people should begin to scrape for the drive to he held in the spring." Farmers are requested to lake doivn old machinery now while they have time and to remove the usuable parts, making the rest ready for the spring collection. It is estimated that at least a ton of scrap may be collected from each farm in the country jf this method is followed. Garage men are also asked to clean out every bit of old metal which they have stored. Much is txpected from their stock o[ old parts. Auto and implement dealers have a fine opportunity for service, sponsors of the drive state. Mr. Miller attended the meeting of salvage chairmen of Cerro Gordo county held in Mason City last week at which time Dan W. Gee, Chicago, technical advisor of the industrial salvage section of the war production board, and C. E. Keyes, Des Moines, Iowa director, spoke of the needs of the country for scrap and the means by which it could be obtained. Clear Lake Briefs Sam Hyde returned home Monday after spending several days at Park hospital, Mason City, for observation and treatment. Art Butts, well drilling, efec. pump sales, service. Phone 224. W. W. Corwin went Sunday to University hospital, Iowa City, for examination and treatment- Sir, and Mrs. Harry Eliasen and son, Richard Dean, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holt left Tuesday noon for Phoenix. Ariz., where the men will be employed in defense work. For Rent--Beautiful new- small home, insulated, gas heat. Phone Roy Petersen, Phone 393. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ashland, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Zook and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zook attended the funeral of Grant Roberts at Hampton Sunday. Mr. Roberts was an uncle of the Zooks. C. W. Butts, Sr., elec. pumps, jacks and pump repair. Phone 107 Mr. anfl Mrs. Herbert Fuller plan to entertain Mr. and Mrs Albert Fuller and daughter, Mildred, at dinner Wednesday. The dinner an annual event, marks the 03rd birthday of Mrs. Albert Fuller and the 49th birthday of Mrs. Herbert Fuller, both being on Wednesday. There are always folks who want a home of their own. They cannot build now, so maybe the house you have for sale is the one they would like to buy. Try listing your Clear Lake property with us Our office is well located and easy for folks to drop in. L. C. Stuart Clear Lake, Main St., ground floor opposite Park Band Stand. Mrs. J. R. Buttleman received word from her husband Sunday that he is getting along nicely with his preliminary examinations His address is Ward i, Veterans hospital, DCS Moines. Miss Jeanne Bcckner w e n t Monday to Sioux City after spending the weekend with friends in Ames. Gary Lee Luick. 3, who has been quite ill, is getting along nicely and hoped to sit up a little Tuesday. His baby brother, Merle, who had pneumonia, is also doin" nicely. " Merlyn Bachcllor is ill with mumps. Mrs. B. A. Morse has received word that her husband, who was located at New Orleans, La., has been assigned to a'boat. Coxswain Morse's address is now C/o Postmaster, New York City. E. E. Stronjr, who suffered a stroke last week, is getting along as well as possible. Mrs. C. S. Bragcr. who,has been ill the past week, is getting along nicely although still confined to her bed. Twenty-one women made 1,600 Red Cross surgical dressings at the restroom Monday evening, bringing the total made in the first four meetings to 7,000. The restroom was to be open Tuesday evening and will also be open afternoons through Friday. As many as 50 women can work at one time. Mrs. Ncfl O'Neill, assisted by Mrs. Philip Furlcigh, wilt entertain members of the C. D. A. at t fi:30 o'clock dinner at the O'Neill home Wednesday evening Two head of caltlc were seen crossing the lake from the north shore Tuesday morning by John Sliasen who found it an unusual sight. They went ashore again on he south side near the marshy land beyond State park. The condition of Dan Karr, who s at Park hospital, Mason City, remained unchanged Tuesday. He s not allowed visitors. Harold Kocourck, who has been n the navy three and a half years nnd is now at Treasure Island, 5an Francisco, Cal., recently ooked out the window and saw ·us brother, Roland, 19. who has been in the service nine months, vithin an hour after the latter lad arrived at Treasure Island. The brothers had a happy reunion and are now located in barracks side by side. They had not before seen one another since Harold en- Gers Position in Minnesota TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1843 --Cat courtesy of Clt.r Lake BeporUr CLEAR LAKE -- Donald R. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill. 529 Carlton street, has accepted a position with the Minnesota State Ranking commission as auditor, it was announced Tuesday. Mr. Hill was graduated from Clear Lake high school, went two years to Morningside college, Sioux City, and was graduated from the University of Minnesota Dec. 17 with a B S degree in business administration. He is a former Globe- Gazetle carrier boy and has worked his way through college. Mr. Hill, who is 24 years of age, will report to the Minneapolis draft board for physical examination Jan. 15. 4 Applications for Membership in Boy Scout Troop Made CLEAR LAKE--Donald Bis- firove, Holly Crump, Garfield Bicber and Arden Eastman made applications for tenderfoot membership in Boy Scout troop 17 at the regular session at junior high school Monday evening. The troop was divided into study groups for astronomy, first aid and knots. Junior Nelson of Sea Scout ship 17 took charge nf games which followed. Other troops also met Monday evening. The Sea Scouts boxed or learned the 32 points of a compass Et their meeting. They also studied how to sight objects on a ship by relative bearings. The meeting was m charge of Roger Erickson, first mate, who assigned tasks to each member for next week's work. Troop 30 met at the Methodist church and each Scout wrote a letter to Donald Oil, a former member now stationed at Pearl Harbor, as a special project. The letters will be mailed together. Honor Fred Floys on 20th Anniversary CLEAR LAKE-A large group or neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred *loy Sunday evening in celebration of their 20th wedding anniversary which was Monday Edna Floy and Harlis Moorehead played their guitars and sang several numbers. The rest of the time was spent in visiting. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Army Will Assist in Emphasizing Safety in Plants, Homes, Roads DES MOINES, (fP)~Iowa will join other states of the seventh service command in a safety drive during the week beginning Feb. Plans for the drive were discussed at a meeting here Monday night. At the same session it was announced that an army safety engineer will arrive in DCS Momcs soon to give full-time supervision to army safety activities. The army specialist will also co-operate with various Iowa safety organizations in a campaign to emphasize safety in the factories, on the highways and in the homes. E- £· Forsythc, safety official with the U. S. army supply service, said at the meeting that the army has set up a safety program for war plants and will require monthly reports from them. Karl Fischer, state safety commissioner, was named chairman of a planning committee to set up a permanent group which will co-operate with the , army on safety activities in Iowa. SKOGEiV RITES HELD RIDGEWAY -- Magnus Skogcn of Madison township passed away Friday evening at the D c c o r a h hospital alter a week's illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Madison church RICEVILLE--Mike S t e f f i n S ]/c, and Jack- Steffin, who is' employed in Chicago, are spending Home time at the parental Stettin home here. listed. Their father, Adolph Ko- courck, is in San Francisco on defense work and the three are I able to get together occasionally ' Homer Briar, who has been ill w 11 h pneumonia, is showing marked improvement and is now believed out of danger. Sherman ITanna, who has been ill a few days, was taken to Park hospital, Mason City, Tuesday morning by ambulance Sir. and Mrs. Charles F. Boehnke, living northwest of Ventura, are :he parents of a 9 pound son born at their home Tuesday morning. MONTGOMERY WARD'S PRE-INVENTORY FURNITURE CLEARANCE Clearing the decks for inventoryl All one-of-* kind pieces of furniture, all floor samples and odds-and-ends priced sharply below regular to sell qgickly! Read every Hem! Hurry to Wards; for first choice i« best choice. Important savings! A M A Z I N G S A V I N G S ! · V A L U E S F O R H O M E ! CLEARANCE OF FINE SOFAS! Finest qualities we carry! Floor samples that S O O are only slightly soiled. Popular styles. Save now! O O U N P A I N T E D CHAIRS! Save not only on sale prices . . . save again by painting these chairs yourself. Variety! 99c WELL-STYLED OCCASIONAL CHAIRS! UNPAINTED CHESTS! A few slightly shopworn at bargain savings! Q A A Cotton tapestry cover. Rocker to match. 9.44. O»44 LUXURIOUS LOUNGE CHAIRS! " l 26.H · · "t" "TM by painting 'cm yourself! ; 11 to 9 u '« IV» ,,,/«= Odd- pieces priced (o clear! Rayon-and-cotto cover! Sturdy construction! They'll go fast. FELTED MATTRESSES! Reduced pi-ice on a limited quantity! Long-wearing ticking; lolled cotton tilling. 12.44 TILT CHAIR AND OTTOMAN! 2-PCS. VARIETY OF HASSOCKS! Save yourself $4. Just three available! Cotton frieze cover is ]ong wearing. Floor samples. Leftover stock! Decorative! Useful! And what savings for you! Imitation leather. B E D R O O M C L E A R A N C E ·DINING R O O M V A L U E S BEDROOMS TO CLEAR! Why pay 515 more! Hardly noticeable mars! Ric] walnut veneers and hardwood. Bed blc mars! Rich /" O o g i, chest, vanity. O O «= 8-PC. WATERFALL D I N I N G ROOM! Priced far below usual! Table, 5 chairs, armchair and splendid crcdcnza buffet. Hurry! Slight mars. 3-PIECE STREAMLINED BEDROOMS! 5-PIECE JR. DINETTE . . SAVE! Priced for quick sale! Printecl-on walnut veneer effect. Set includes bed, chesl, vanity. A bargain! 18th Century Styling! Graceful Table and 4 chairs. Maple veneers; hardwood. '44 MODERN LIMED OAK BEDROOM SET! 5-PIECE OAK DINETTE PRICED LOW! Just one at this amazing low price! Roomy I Q r t g g What a barsain! Sturdy, eood looking set includes $ " ) O 8 8 * generous table with -1 chairs. Save! Just one at ^ O== chest; generous vanity, handsome bed. Sec this! I8fh CENTURY BEDROOM SUITE! Challenges comparison at $20 higher! Bed, chest and vanity in mahogany veneers, hardwood. CHROME PORCELAIN DINETTE! The kind you've scon priced many dollars higher in lots of stores. Table and 4 chairs. Reduced! 88 D O N ' T M I S S T H E S E I S A L E ! O D D S A N D E N D S OCCASrONAL TABLES! Amazingly low price for such a generous size: such beautiful veneer tops. Hardu-ood! Only a leu-! REGULAR 4.98 WARDOLEUM RUGS! Save 1.00 on these floor samples and riiscontin- ued patterns. Waterproof! !) x 12 Size ^ GROUP OF MAGAZINE BASKETS! WARDOLEUM FLOOR COVERING! Few-of-a-kmd, greatly reduced in price!! 77 A .. Various styles in walnut-finish hardwood.! ·=== lO 4»=== 6 and S ft. widths by the yard! Bi^ selection at roll ends and remnants at drastic reduction St,. Yrf. VARIETY OF MIRRORS! CLEARANCE! SLIP COVER and DRAPERY CRETONNE Xnmn rlTm**rr -- 1 t _____ t l i t »_ . - _ _ ^^ ^^ " * * ~ ^ Some damaged frames! All tow priced for quick sale! Variety of sizes, ASSORTED END TABLES! Way undcrpriced to clear them quickly. Big variety of styles and sizes. 102-4-6 South Federal Avc. Telephone 860, 861, 862 tO D. Ullo5.II $1 quality Sailcloth customers overlooked! 46'' o T wide! Only a fc%\- bolts left . . . must clear at O / C Yd. PRISCILLAS! COTTAGE SETS! LACES! 88c Values up to 1.29! Must have space for new Spring line. Come in early for best selections! MONTGOMERY WARD -fl*

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