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January 16, 1945

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

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Charles City Globe-Gazette MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BLAKE ON COURT POST 25 YEARS Second in Seniority Among Iowa Reporters Charles City--George Blake of Charles City is 2nd in seniority among Ipwa court reporters, which he has followed for the past 46 years. When the Twenty-Seventh General Assembly in 1898 added a 3rd judge in the 12th district, Governor Shaw appointed Charles H. Kelley of Forest City, and Judge Kelley a p p o i n t e d George Blake as his reporter. Blake remained with him until the judge's death in 1932 and since that time has been working under Judge T. A. Beardmore of Charles City. Some years after Kelley went on the bench he and Blake moved to Charles City, a more central location in* the district. Blake was born in Boone county, III., April 3, 1876, and received a high school education in __ Beloit, Wis. He was married June ,-30, 1904, to Cecelia Jessen and they, have 2 children, Gordon Aylesworth Blake, now a colonel 5n the U. S. air force, stationed at Hickam Field, Honolulu, and Barbara B., now Mrs, L. W. Ide, whose husband is a captain in the medical corps at Caamp Crowder, Joplin, Mo. Blake has always been interested in athletics and is a tennis player of distinction. He writes Cross Eclectic shorthand, the only writer of the system now in the state, and one of the few Iowa reporters using it. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity. He was admitted to the bar in Iowa in October, 1921. . He reported, the "Prank Kneeskern murder case, a sensational case in northeastern Iowa, tried in the 12th district on a change of venue. Also the Gordon murder case in Cerro Gordo county in 1939, in which a motion picture of the reconstruction of crime by the .defendant was offered for the first time in Iowa. Blake has reported the annual meetings of the State Dental Society from 1904 to 1942, and National S. A. R. and other dental and veterinary meetings. Charles City Couple Weds in Ring Service Charles City -- Mr. and -Mrs. William Muetz, 304 South Joslin street,.Charles City, announces the marriage of their daughter, Betty Mae, to Virgil Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cox, also of Charles City. -They were married Wednesday, Jan. 10, at the Immaculate Conception church at 8 o'clock, the Rev. Thomas J. Rooney, pastor, officiating with the single ring ceremony. Shirley Muetz, sister-of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Lee Cox, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man, Mary Sweeney as flower girl and James Sweeney as ring-bearer. The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents to near relatives and friends. The newly married couple will make their home east of Colwell. A shower dance in their honor was held Wednesday at the Alta Vista hall. INJURED IN FALL Charles City--Mrs. O. K. Billyard slipped and-fell on the icy sidewalk in front of the Sears Roebuck store Saturday evening, breaking her upper left arm. She is confined to the Cedar Valley hospital. Know the Delight of Tea at its Best "SAUDI" TEA In Packages and Tea Bags at Your Grocer's STANLElf-PALMEE Charles City -- Mrs. Amelia Palmer of Charles City announces the marriage of -her daughter, Bernice, of Los Angeles, Cal., to A. L. Stanley, aviation ordnance manjfirst class, son of J. C. Stanley, of Anderson, Ind. The ceremony took place Jan. 6. The bridegroom is stationed at the Naval Air Station, Terminal Island, Cal. The bride is employed at the Standard Oil company in Los Angeles. They will make their home at 845 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles. ADDS MILESTONE Charles City -- Mrs. Angelina Wonderly celebrated her 91st birthday anniversary Monday. She makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Knudslien, and 2 other daughters, Miss Caroline Wonderly and Mrs. Josephine Sargent, all of Charles City. 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Kach, S2/c of the WAVES, Marian Jaegers S 2/c, Louise Mature S 2/c, Dorothy Parshall S 2/c, Bertha Florer S 2/c, Scotty Campbell S 2/c, Lee Clarke S 2/e, Shirley.' Barnett S 2/c, and Hazel Canpana S 2/c, all of the Cedar Falls yeoman's school. These WAVES will graduate Feb. 5 and will have a 7-day leave before being sent into active duty; The Navy Mothers party which was to have been held Jan. 20, has been postponed until Jan. 27. Kingsley B. Stager S 1/c (R T) spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Stager. Kingsley finished his primary training at Texas A and M college and is now taking secondary training for radio technician at Navy Pier, Chicago. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital over the weekend included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Olsen of Nashua; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Field of Rockford, and Mr. ana Mrs. Elmer Dietz, of Plainfield. Excelsior Chapter No. 51, O. E. S. was to meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 with the new 1945 officers in their stations. At the close of the business session, refreshments were to be served by Mrs. Hen a Robeson and her committee. · 'A pot-luck, fellowship dinner was to be served Tuesday evening in the dining room of the Colwell church. Coffee was to be furnished by the Ladies* Aid. The Rev. Frederick Cooper was to speak on "A Church'by the Side of the Road." . The business and professional women's group of the Congregational church .will meet at 0:30 p. m., Wednesday at the church. A dinner will precede the meeting. Mrs. Estelle Foght will show movies taken overseas by her husband. There will also be accordian numbers by Wilma Weiss. Members are asked to call 1399 for reservations. The Help Your Neighbor club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. George Shuttler. The afternoon was spent preparing rug rags for weaving, also in making wall plaques for holding needles and spools of thread. Two parties were planned, one to be held at the H. Rideh home Saturday evening for the families of all club members. The other party is the annual get- together of the other'clubs in the community which will be held Feb. 13 at the K. P. hall. The ladies were served a luncheon by Mrs. Shuttler. The meeting will be with Mrs. Harry Miller. Paul Steel is now located - at Madison, Wis., in radio school at the University of Wisconsin. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations HAYFIELD--The ladies of this locality are meeting every Tuesday afternoon in the sewing room of the school and sewing for Red Cross. RIDGEWAY -- The Lincoln Lutheran Young People's society will meet at the parsonage at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. PLYMOUTH--At the Methodist church the parlors of the W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon. HUTCH1NS--Mrs. Glen Rinehart will entertain the W. S. C. S. of the Prairie Center church Wednesday afternoon. JOICE--The Lutheran Brotherhood will meet Tuesday evening at the Bethany church. F E R T I L E -- The Lutheran church Ladies aid will meet Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 24 at the church parlors. JOICE--Members of the Concordia Ladies Aid will be entertained at the church parlors Friday afternoon. LUVERNE--The Friendly Neighbor club, a group of farm women living east of Luverne, met at the home o£ Mrs. Floyd Lowmiller and elected the following'officers: President, Mrs. Ralph Stohl; vice president, Mrs. Charles Brown secretary, Mrs. Ernest Macha treasurer, Mrs. Marion Morgan reporter, Mrs. Elmer Kubly. JOICE--The Joice Victory club will meet Wednesday evening at the-high school .gymnasium. Program by Dahleide school and some home talent. FERTILE--The Federated Study club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Art Carr Tuesday with Mrs. Phil Sheimo, leader. PLYMOUTH--The W. C. T. U will meet Thursday with Mrs George Reynolds. Manly--Mrs. Oscar L y n c h , daughter of Mrs. Mira Knowles, who returned from California where she had visited her husband, Oscar Lynch, seaman 1/c, joined her sons, Teddy and Terry, who had been in Manly for the past 3 weeks. They left for their home at Madison, Wis. St. Ansgar--Mrs. Sever Halvorson visited a few days at the home of her son, Stanley Halvorson, and I family, at Minneapolis. Merchandise Soon to Be Delivered by Plane Fort Wayne, Ind., (U.Ffl -- Merchandise will be delivered by air in the not too distant future, according to T. B. Johnson, delivery superintendent of Marshall Field Si Co., Chicago. Johnson believed that most fleet operators would begin soon to plan to make merchandise deliveries via the air because ol rapidly changing conditions. He listed advancement in metallurgy, new skill in the use of light alioy steels, the use of radar, wireless telephone, automatic controls and plastics, as the reason for major changes in postwar fleet operations. HOUSING AT ISC BACK TO NORMAL Several Fraternities Again Serving Meals Ames--Return'' of their former housing facilities to civilian men students at Iowa State college has seen nearly complete. Twenty of ine 27 fraternity houses are now functioning, and 80 civilians have moved into the north wing of Friley hall. The remainder of the dormitory houses all the navy V-12 students enrolled here Housemothers have been obtained for all fraternity houses now in operation, according to Mrs. Madge I. McGlade, director of residence. Several fraternities also are serving meals, some in lo-operation with nearby groups. The average number of men in each fraternity is somewhat below normal. However, L. O. Stewart, interfraternity council ad- wser, says that alumni will probably help student chapters through the reorganization period. Stewart says the fraternities now are functioning nearly as before, except for lower membership. Membership now, as always, require approval by the college and maintenance of certain scholastic standards. The fraternity houses were returned to the men when women students who had occupied them moved back into dormitories vacated by the navy last quarter. Women students now occupy all 8 dormitories, B a r t . o n , Elm, Welch, Freeman, Oak, Mary Lyon, Roberts and Birch Halls. While women students occupied their houses, 'fraternity men lived in other residences near the campus. Through the shifts, comfortable housing facilities were maintained for all students, both men and women, even when navy enrollment was at its peak. Mrs. McGlade stated she feels \yomen learned valuable lessons living in smaller groups in the fraternity' houses. "The small groups have been conducive to the development of leadership and initiative." Women in the 9 sorority houses have occupied their residences continuously since the start of the war. They helped to make facilities available for women students while the dormitories were occupied by the navy by housing more women and providing meals for freshman pledges. Connecticut is the"first state in the Union to set\ip its own Bureau of Inter-American Affairs. Stilwell Loses Coats But Holds On to Shoes Carmel, Cal., U,R) ~ "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell, who has been rest- ng here at his home since his recall as commander of U. S. forces n China, India and Burma, said hat he had a "helluva time" keep- ng his shoes on and away from -.ouvenir hunters on his trip home. The general said, however, that MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thlt Old Tnatnunt Of Un Bring* Happy Relief M«ay Klknm teliov* n««uig baciarfw u i c U t m c 8 th v e r u e , Tbo kidneys aro Nature's chief way of lak- Ing Uie«zcesa aclda and waste outof ttte When disorder of kidney functiga permita pouonoua matter to remain in your blood, it may causa _ nagging backache, rheumatia psins, leg jiiutia, loss of pep and eocrgy, Rct- ting up pjgbts, sweltlnir, puffiness under the tyto, heaJacbra and ditrincss. Frequent or ecantj; pa^aaes with smarting and burning Eomctimea shows tbew is aometMns wrong with your kidne-8 or bladder. Don't wait! 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