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January 12, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1943 EXPENDITURE OF $62,000,000 IN FOREIGN RELIEF Red Cross Announces $5,000,000 Spent in Relief of Prisoners Expenditure of $62,000,000 by the American Red Cross for foreign war relief, touching the lives of nearly 30,000,000 persons, was announced in a report received by Tom Connor, chairman, of the Cerro Gordo county Red Cross chapter. I n . addition a sum of §5,000,000 has been disbursed for relief to prisoners of war of the united nations. Greater Red Cross accomplishments have been realized so far in this war with a smaller expenditure of funds than during the first year of the last war, Mr. Connor said. Two achievements cited as outstanding were training of 5,500,000 persons in first aid, and the creation of the blood plasma project. In 1S41, the Red Cross collected 50,000 units of blood plasma while in 1942 donations went up to the 1,000,000 mark. Other realizations since Pearl Harbor, Mr. Connor said, were the training of 500,000 women in home nursing and the enrollment or completed training of 60,000 women as volunteer nurses's aides. He cited the outstanding production by volunteers of 350,000,000 surgical dressings besides millions of sewed and knitted garments and other articles; Cerro Gordo county men were among the 2,000,000 in the armec forces who were aided during the year by the Red Cross in solving personal problems, Mr. Connoi added. Under the new Red Cross program of providing recreation for task forces, 75 overseas recreation clubs have been established in many nations and the Red Cross plans additional clubs as more troops are sent abroad. Approximately 3,500,000 volun teers are giving a significant par of their time to Red Cross serv ices, and for every one member of the regular full-time paid Red Cross staff there are 350 volunteers, this report states. "Without our loyal volunteer we would be unable to carry 01 our program, locally, nationally or internationally with- the fund available," Mr. Connor s a i d "Their work has been an invalu able contribution to the war cf- lort. "Because the first Red Cros war fund, which was announce! the day after Pearl Harbor, wa oversubscribed by $20,900,000, n further appeal for funds has sine, been necessary," Mr. Connor ex plained, "but with the approval o President Roosevelt, the Rei Cross will conduct a second wa fund appeal next March." HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota FINED FOR SPEEDING CLINTON, (fP)--Marion Henry 17, was fined S25 and costs in municipal court Monday fo speeding. Henry was slammin. on the brakes to make his ca skid on ice, Chief of Police Martin Duffy said, "just to get the fee of it." Judge W. A. McCulloug ordered the chief to report Henr; to the rationing board for wastin gasoline. FALSE ALARM DENVER, WJ--Five fire com panies clanged up to the corner Assistant Chief R. G. GIfford re moved a letter from the alarr box--and told the bewildered, 8 year old man where to find mailbox. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHAPIN--Mrs. Walter Brown nd family left Friday morning for r ancouver. Wash., to join Mr. Brown, who is employed in de- ense work (here. C O R W I T H--Ernest Molden- louer, Dearborn, Mich., second lass machinist in the U. S. navy, :ame Saturday for a day to visit vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moldenhauer. OSAGE--Mrs. Bob Moody and ihildren, LaVonne and Jimmy, left Saturday afternoon (o be with Mrs. Moody's parents, Mr. and rtrs. Ivor Tiedemonson, Mitchell, "or the week. Mrs. Moody accom- anied by her two children, will eave next Saturday for Saulsalito, Cal., where her husband is employed in the Maritime shipyards as a welder. They had planned to eave Wednesday, but due to the llness of the two children, were forced to change their plans. CLARION'--Mrs. A. R. Hendricksen and her mother, Mrs. Jose Eglan, were guests of honor it a surprise farewell party at heir home Saturday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in a social way and refreshments were served by the self-invited guests. Mrs. Hendricksen and Mrs. Eglan were presented a gift. - COKWITH--Mrs. Mary Buckett ·nade a business trip to DCS Moines the last of the week. ACKLEY--V. E. Kachelhoffer, is spending this week in Chicago, 111., Madison, Wis., and Milwaukee. OSAGE--Monday n o o n , t h e riock owners who supply the Leonard's Hatchery with eggs,-enjoyed a dinner at the Home Trust bank building club rooms. Seventy flock owners from Mitchell and Floyd counties were present. Moving pictures were shown and an address was given by Frank Hubbard, Cedar Falls, representative of the Gland-o-Lac company. CLARION--Miss Alice Bethel went to Webster City Saturday to be with her sister, Miss Jenny Bethel, who is recovering at the home of friends, from a broken arm suffered when she fell on the icy streets. CORWmi--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long, Jr., are moving to the farm vacated by the Charles Johnson family. DECORAH--William Sevatson, now of Waukon, and formerly of Decorah, left Monday for Alaska, where he will work on the military highway. Mr. Sevatson was formerly secretary of the Winne- shick county fair board. CORWITH--The C. E. Mortimer family was released from quarantine for scarlet fever Friday. HANLOXTOWN--A r t h u r C Suby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andre- P. Suby, has begun an intensive course of study in aviation mechanics at the Amarillo army airfield, one of the newest schools in the technical training command. KUDD--K. C. Frank Jeft Monday for Omaha, Nebr., to attem a poultrymen's school this week. CHESTER--Mrs. Martin Rcit? of St. Paul came Saturday to spend a few days with her mother Mrs. Henry Larson, who is ciuite ill. CLARION--Mrs. Carrie Woodley went to Marshalltown las week for consultation in regard to her eyes and on Saturday submitted to a major operation on her right eye. t RAKE--Mrs. Can's Rake Icf Saturday for Minneapolis to spenc. a week at the home of her son anc daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs I^onard Rake and family. OSAGE--George Nelson a n d Will Hennessey began their journey Saturday morning, for Texas where they expect to remain fot the remainder of the winter. Mr Hennessey will visit for a shor time, his grandson, Elmer Hen nessey, located at Camp Barkiey MILD, BROOKFIELD LONGHORN Cheese* 29 FRESH, FROZEN Walleyes n. 15 BULK KRAUT Lb. 5c LARGE WIENERS Lfa. 25c FRESH HERRING FRESH SLICED PorkLiver EXTRA FANCY WINESAP APPLES 3 ts 25. CHOICE, HOME-GROWN Cabbage 3 ik Fresh Grade "A" Pasteurized · MILK 2-Qf. Bottle 'ex. Mr. Nelson will make his leadquarters at McAllister, Tex. RICEVILLE--LeRoy Cable had n appendectomy at the Mercy lospital in Cresco, Saturday. STACYVILLE--Clem and Tony 'alk, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'alk of Stacyville, who have been imployed in Consolidated aircraft, at Los Angeles, the past year, have oined the air corps. KANAWHA--Jay Omvlg, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Mons Omvig, went o San Diego Thursday to join the marines. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. larold Wegener left Saturday for "'hicago, 111., where they will visit "or two weeks. NORA SPRINGS--Robert Jorensen, grandson of Mrs. Edith iitze, returned home Saturday evening from Mason City, where he had visited wtih relatives and Viands since the preceding Wednesday. RAKE--Mrs. Elmer Johnson and Marie left Saturday to visit relatives in Minneapolis during the weekend. They will also visit lier father and other relatives at Big Lake, Minn. LITTLE CEDAR---Co-operators of the Women's clubs met Friday with Mrs. M. O. Schachart. Miss Mae Farmer was present to discuss "Homo Care of the Sick." RAKE--Mae and Lillian Pederson, Ordale Durby, Audrey Johnson and Lorreine Hove left Friday Cor' Minneapolis to attend the Lu- Iheran Bible institute. Lilah Hodnefield accompanied them to Minneapolis to seek employment as a nurse's aid. RICEVILLE--Rodney M c K i b- ten, S. 2/e, of Great Lakes, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles McKibben. KANAWHA--Mrs. R. D. Hoad- !ey spent several days visiting at the x home of her daughter, Mrs Warren Wilierts, at Eagle Grove. TITONKA--Henry Korte, Jr., left Friday for Ankeny, where he will be employed in the ordnance plant. |WED. AND THURS. I Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations TITONKA -- The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. William Schram. Mrs. W. L. Patterson, Mrs. Robert Clemens and Mrs. George Bonacker as hostesses. New officers will assume their duties at this time. * * * R1DGEWAY--The Madison and Lincoln parish men's society will meet at the Ridgeway church at 8 o'clock next Friday evening. Prof. Ralph Schlotfelt will speak * * * ALEXANDER -- The Missionary circle will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. C. Peters and Mrs. Ross Riggins, program leader. * * * GREENE--The regular monthly meeting of the O. E. S. club will be held at the home of Mrs Nellie Curtis Thursday, January 21, instead of on the regular date January 28. Her son, Robert, who is in U. S. service, expects to arrive home on furlough Jan. 28. * * * LYLE, Minn.--The W. C. T. U will meet Friday at the N. C. Putnam home. * * * NEW HAMPTON--Officers of the New Hampton Chamber of Commerce will be elected on Thursday evening, Jan. 14. R. J. Sullivan is the president. * * * GARNER -- County Superintendent Charles Whitney has called a meeting o£ all secretaries of rural township school boards. The meeting will be held on Friday afternoon, Jan. 15, at 3 o'clock p. m. at the Britt high school in Britt. * * * LYLE, Minn.--The Congregational Ladies Aid will meet Thursday with Mrs. John Johnson. * * * ALGONA--The Algona chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star are completing their plans for the installation of the new officers on Jan. 19. Mrs. Bertha French is the installing matron. * * * SCARVILLE -- The Scarville Ladies Aid will be entertained in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Hostesses are Mrs. Gertie Severson, Mrs. Marlin Wuerflein and Mrs. LuVcrne Anderson. * * * PLYMOUTH--There will be Red Cross sewing Friday afternoon at the town hall from 1 o'clock to 4:30. * ·¥ * LYLE, Minn.--Mothers of boys in the service will meet at the Melvin Anderson home Friday evening. * * * ST. ANSGAR--The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. A picnic lunch will be served. Miss Clare Moe is the program leader. * * * VENTURA -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cannon and family, who reside near Custer, S. Dak., are visiting at the Wilford Cannon home. * * * KANAWHA -- The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Helmer Hill and Mrs. Wendell Johnson. * * * ACKLEY--"Jolly Ate" bridge club meets Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 13, in the home of Mrs. W. J. Scovrick. ~ "*#*·" .#*-^' · Sl£ - · ·-- ·' living Room ... Bedroom Suites... Chairs ... Odd Drastically Reduced for Immediate Clearance, Just 1 Two-Piece Suite Tapestry covered. Formerly M 84.95. Davenport and Chair / Lounge Chair and Ottoman Regularly 44.95. Only 3 -»«95 ££ 1--Two-Piece Suite Mohair covered. Honor-Bilt. 4 A A 1 Steel construction. Was 119.50 AUjF to 'clear. Choice of Colors 3 Chests of Drawers Walnut finish. 34 by 17 top. Regularly 17.95 g *9 l l | ufril 3 Lounge Chairs yon velour covered. Choice l of colors. Regularly 34.95 £l 2 Lounge Chairs Tapestry covered in blue 1| only. Formerly 24.95 * 5 Occasional Chairs Tapestry covered. Choice of Rose or Blue color 2 -- Two-Piece Suites 98.50 value 89 Sudbury tapestry covered. 0A95 95 ·00 1--^Three-Piece Bedroom Suite Colonial maple. 54-inch Bed, 4A95 Vanity and Chest. Formerly 54.95 Q/7 1--^Three-Piece Bedroom Suite Solid maple. Bed, Vanity £()95 and Chest. Formerly 64.95 JtJ 6 End Tables Choice of Radio or End Table. 4 79 Walnut finish. Formerly 2.19 Jl 3 All Steel Dish Cabinets Built to the floor. 5 shelf ||95 spaces. 18-inch size. White finish V 3 Innerspring Mattresses Comfortable sleeping, 180 coil g M95 Mattress. 54-inch size only A If 4 Storage Wardrobes Sliding doors will hold light «98 garments. Formerly 2.19 i All Unfinished Floor Samples Reduced 20% for Clearance Ruzs...Floor Coverinzs...Remn3nts Priced to Clear Out Quickly 9 x 12 BROADLOOM RUGS Regularly 39.95. Fine Axminsfer 5^88 weave. Just 2 to clear at JJ 3 All Wool Face Axminster Rugs Choice of colors. Leaf and modern 51*95 designs. 9x12 size. Regular 47.95 J3 25 Yds. 27-inch Stair Carpeting All wool face. Candy stripe. ^69 Regular 1.89 yd.--Yard A 65 Sq. Yds. Inlaid Linoleum Marble patterns. 6 foot width f}Cj« only, Regular 1.19 sq. yd. Sq. yd. 5Ov 8--9x12 Felt Base Rugs Modern and floral designs. ^98 Choice of colors. 4.49 value J 120 Sq. Yds. Felt Base Floor Covering Modern tile patterns. Choice of colors. J'J^ 9 ft. sizes. To clear at--sq. yd. J*V 136 Good Quality Stair Treads Black only « j* M 9x18 size. Ea. 1)C All Sizes of Felt Base Floor Covering Remnants up to 50% Reduction Bedding..,,Studio Couches.. .Lamps, etc. Just 3 All Layer Felt Mattresses Regularly 16.95. Striped ACA ticking, f %95 Outstanding values. While they last AM Jusr 1 STUDIO COUCH ... Reg. 37.95 . . . to clear 32.95 \ 34 Breakfast Sets Kitchen Furniture Ju¥enile and Unfinished Pieces 5-Pc. Oak Breakfast Set- Just 1 to clear. Formerly 29.95. ·%'*77 Extension table and 4 chairs, only Jmmt \ Kitchen Cabinet 40-inch size. Complete with condiment ser. Regular 39.95 2 Modern Gateleg Tables Unfinished. Ready for your paint brush. £00 36 in. square when open. Regularly 6.79 ^ 1 Unfinished Chest of Drawers With end cases to match. A50 Formerly 16.50 O 1--24-in. Kitchen Cabinet Base With Wall Cabinet to match. % ,j95 24-inch size. Regularly 34.95 24 9 1--5-Pc. Chrome Breakfast Set Plastic top table. j9! Regularly 39.95 Jtf 5 Nursery Chairs Natural finish. «9i Values to 2.49 A \l

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