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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1944
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GROUPS CHOSEN TO SERVE I). S. Men Go to Camp Dodge to Get Physical Check Iowa Falls--The Hardin county selective service board Wednesday released the names of men sent to Camp Dodge Feb. 29 for pre-induclion physical examinations. Iowa Falls men included in the group arc Kenneth Allbee, Herman Lee, Robert Allen, and Rajph Anderson; Ackley, Alvin Boyenga and Richard Strahorn; Alden Arthur Green and Herbert Bonin; Steamboat Rock, Arthur Kletike; Hadcliffe, Reuben Stensiand, Edmund Terry, and Kenneth Skart- vedt; Eldora, Dean Wehrman; Union, George Brindle; Hubbard, Lawrence Mossman and Frederick Krueger. Transfers include Takeshi Shibuya from, Santa Clara, Cat.; Esthus Price from Floyd county; Robert Ferguson from Delaware county; Robert Dornsbach from Newton county. Mo.; Arthur Izer from Butler county; Cecil Colby from Smith county, Mo.; Eugene Wailes from Wayne county; also, Reuben Bear, Kenneth Peterson, and Everett Fox, all to California. The following left Iowa Falls Feb. 29 for induction into the navy: Clyde Willis, James Cook, Clair Sluder. Jerry O'Malia, all of Iowa Falls; Harry Luiken, Steamboat Rock; Charles Roth and Willard Van Heiden, Ackley; Donald Adams, Gifford, and Harold Knutson, Hade7?ffe. James Lawless, Oitumwa, was inducted into the marines, and Charles Fleming, Iowa Falls, into the navy, Feb. 16. Clyde Charmless, Union; William . Wright, Ackley; Forest Stockdale, Iowa Falls, were inducted into the army Feb. 29; and Kay Chrisman, Union, was inducted into the army Jan. 31. Problems of Emotion Will Follow War lowu City--S h a r p readjustments and personality problems among the service veterans will follow in the wake of the war with the men not in the propel emotional or physical condition for making necessary adjustments to civilian life. That is the belief of Doctor Wilbur R. Miller, head of the University of Iowa department psychiatry; and Doctor Charles R Strother of the sueech and psy c h o 1 o g y departments. They brought out their ideas during a forum program broadcast bj WSUf. What men have learned about killing other men will affect them d e e p l y and such violent emotional forces, once released, may be hard to control, Dr. IVIil- ler said. lie pointed out, however, that t h e r e is no way of knowing what clmiircs may occur and whether those will be anti-social or useful. n c r e a s e d aggressiveness, tor here is no question that hating and fighting will tend to lower he threshhold for aggression," said Dr. Strother. Some men, however, will benefit by their war experiences, because they will have found themselves capable of courage and leadership. Realizing their possibilities, they would then become aggressive leaders in civil life and therefore more stable, according to Dr. Miller. For other men, war offers an "escapo" ami many who have found adjustments in military life probably will remain in service, the lowans agreed. Doctor Strother expressed the opinion that · veterans' organizations will have important roles in readjusting men to civil life, because members of these groups understand e o m m o n problems which may baffle their families , first. 'There is need of channeling this 1 shirts. SWEATER A LA MARINE C'ump I'endleton, Cal., (UP.)-Women marines may become sweater girls if they wish, but they must follow one simple rule camp authorities declared. The sweaters unlike those in Hollywood, must be worn beneath the Air Corps ' Cadets to Get Awards Iowa City--A graduation ceremony for some 155 army air corps tiro-meteorologists, ''C" unit, has been .scheduled by rtie University of Iowa for March 11. Prof. F. G. Higbec, director of convocations, said that the a f f a i r voulil occur in Macbride- hall at 10 a. m. and will be open to the public. This convocation will mark the completion of the entire program at tile university. Recipients o! certificates have been studying here since March, 19J3. It will be the 2nd ceremony for pre-meteorologists for in November some 100 members of the "B" unit received their awards. Neith- rcplaced because Kollo Brown to Talk at U Iowa City--Hollo W. Brown, author and tecturcr, will be the next contributor to tho University of Iowa's public lecture series when liu speaks here March 7, Doctor E. E. Harper announced. '·A World We Can Creaic" is the topic of Mr. Brown's talk. The speaker is known for his leaching of literature at Wabash and Cavleton colleges and at Harvard university. Anther of numerous books, he also has spoken at about 300 universities and colleges and has appeared on major forum and lecture groups. under consideration by the city council Wednesday. A CIO delegation also joined in the protest against Smith's use of the auditorium. "Smith's right of f r e e .speech Iocs not permit, him to advocate 'acial discrimination and spread ·acial disunity," Robert Wishart, i union spokesman, said. The union leaders said disrup- .ion of the war effort always followed meetings where Smith appeared. He recently was forbidden use of the Buffalo, N. V., auditorium, Use of the auditorium for the meeting April 20 was requested er unit army air corps met. needs have been KKUSE FILES PAPERS DCS Moines, UP)--Rep. William Kruse (R., Charles City), and State Senator R. 13. Hess (K., Kingsluy). Wednesday filed nomination papers for re-election. Urge Gerald Smith Not Be Allowed to Use Minneapolis Auditorium Minneapolis, (U.R)--A r e c o m - mendation by the public ground;and buildings committee denying Gerald L. K. Smith, leader o the America First party, use o 1 the Minneapolis auditorium wa Kow to Promptly Relieve MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Soreness and Stiffness You need to rub on a powerfully BOO thing ''counter-irritant" like Musterole for quick relief. Musterolo is better than im old-fashioned mustard plaster--it actually hcl[is break up painf ul local eongcstionl MUSTEROLE y Mrs. Ernest Lundeen, widow [ Thursday, March 2, 1944 7 f the late Minnesota senator. MASON fITY GLOBE-GAZETTE torn where I sit... Joe Marsh Lorn Martin's dog went on a rampage last week...killed four of Ed Carey's best liens. Naturally, Ed was pretty mad. Went around vowing he was going to get his shotgun and blow the blazes out of Lem's dog when he saw him. And Lena says, "Let himtryitandl'llblowthcblaxes out of him. Ought to keep his chickens locked up, anyhow." But Ed anil Jjcm arc really mighty sensible fellows. Ami the whole thing was settled when I;cm invited E«I over for n gliuss of bcur.aud they sat around chatting orrr Ihe quarrel as H it \vcre a kind of joke. "Shucks," says Ed, "them hens didn't amount to much no- Iiou 1 ." And Lem says: "Just the same I'm bringin' you a barrel o' apples to pay for 'em." From M-hero I slf, it would be a lot better for t!i« world if folks would settle their arguments ppaecful-liko-sitting around over a friendly glass of beer-instead of going off hall-cocked, anil making mountains out of molehills. No. 77 of a Scries i HM't, Brcicmi; Industry Foundation Moving Time Brings Many to New Homes Alta Vista -- March is moving time in this area and many changes have taken place. Mrs. Leo Puffer sold her farm to Vernoii Klobassa and moved to California. Clarence King is the new tenant. Elmer Gansen bought the Bates farm and moved on to it. The Bates family moved to a farm near Lime Springs. Pat Fogarty sold his farm and has moved to Alta Vista. The place is now occupied by Albert Huntson. Wallace Kidding purchased the Otto Hoverman farm and has moved on to it. Ray Henninges purchased farm near Cohvell and the place he vacated has been tenanted by the Earl Ritchmond family of near .New Haven. The Fred Masseman family lias moved on to the Masseman farm cast of town. Mr. and Mrs. John Flugga vacated it and moved to the farm vacated by the Massc- man's. The Nick Loos family has moved to the Kramer farm east of town and the Lou Gerhardt family has moved on to the farm they vacated. The farm tenanted by Lou Gerhardt has been bought by Urban Sinmvell who has taken possession. The farm occupied by the Sinwells was bought by Herbert Roethler of east of North Washington who has moved on to it. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gratopp and Fred Gratopp have, moved to a farm near Waterloo. Victor Detitsch is the new tenant of the farm vacated by John Haugsted who moved to Lourdes. Henry Tilkes has rented the farm west of town which was tenanted by Francis Lentz last year. The Lentz family moved to the J. J. Kobliska farm which was occupied by Ed Kobliska. Kobliska moved to the John Cable farm, the latter having moved to Norn Springs. Ed llinlz is the new tenant on Ihe John Smith farm, the Smith's having moved to Manchester and gone into the grocery business. John Meirick has moved to the Math Palmershein farm, the Palm- crshein's went to the StreiL farm east of town after Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ealwcll. the owners, moved to Iowa Falls. Ray Webb has moved to the place vacated by John Meirick. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gronwoldt moved to the farm they bought near Riceville and their 2 sons will j farm the place they have lived on for the past several years. The Will Fausnaugh and Don Fausnaugh families have moved to Mitchell county and their place has been rented by Frank Boehmer of Elmp. The due-son river is affected by ; the Atlantic tides as tar north a? Albany, N. Y.. 150 miles inland. · Royal Doulton · Wedgwood · Haviland · Minton Bone China WATCHES filanehard^ DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE like a burst of spring sunshine, eaton's complete coat and suit collections appear on the scene . . . . they're softly and superbly tailored; they star every one of the glorious new fashions; they sing with a lilting new beauty of design and color proof again of eaton's fashion leadership at a moderate price. 29 Soft fleece m a k e s the Spring's nicest Chesterfield, with interesting collar and three huge buttons. 95 OTHERS 22.95 TO -19.95 lir ever-sn-]viinil;u" r f i r r i i suit is l;ulort:cl l i k " -i c:rr;mi ;n I h i s HIM::OUS HiO'.i, V.'no! sI'.cii-iiKl. 34 BONDS THE PKIt'F, OF FK The u s e f u l three-pieccr back again. Shown with crisply tailored sport suit plus i matching boy coat. Many ver- t-ions in tweed or Shetland. 29 95 KACIt

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