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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 16, 1945
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16 TUESDAY, JANUARY. 15, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE -- ----_ . x^J. .1. 1Jl^\JJJlX-\J£\£jEj IJ-Cj Highway Patrolmen Seize Driver With 4^ Cases of Liquor WDITCODinriiTo IBM-HK^- ....,..^««.. .....*;r ---- ^--- **t.***": WRITES PARENTS OF HERO'S DEATH Bomber Pilot Tells of Last Diaz Air Mission Osage-- Mr. and Mrs. Bald., Diaz, who gave 6 sons to the service of their country, 2 of whom made the supreme sacrifice, re eeived the following letter concerning the death of .their son S sgt. Felix Diaz, who was.killec over Germany: "Dear Mr. and Mrs. Diaz-. 'I can't know how you're going to feel, about receiving this letter but both my mother and dad fee that under similar circumstances they would appreciate it. In ease you don t know who I am I was a pilof-on a B-24, Liberator airplane, and your son was my tail gunner, I couldn't remember the name of the town at which you uye, but I did remember very wel ,m as in northeastern Iowa. when I saw his name mentioned in our newspaper, I decided to write in care of his wrestling coach. · . . . B "He had been with me ever since --,, *. uu w^cii wiin me ever since last March when part of the crew was formed at Salt Lake City. The whole crew was on the last mission, when we had our trouble I was caused by bombs exploding oestde us, arid he was killed by shrapnel. The damage later cause tt f lrr est of the crew to bail out I know the news of his death was doubly hard for you, for I know of his brother's death and the circumstances. You have rny most sincere · sympathies, and' ; hope I haven't done the wrong · thing in writing to you. Sincerely yours, . ' Lt. Wallace .E. 'Hickman" m ~r ---,,--····---i VL. Irving Delos Rockafellow, who just completed his basic training at Camp Hood Texas, is spending a 7 day fur lough enroute to Fort'Meade Md with his parents, Mr. 'and' Mrs' L. I. Rodcafellow. · AT FIRST SIGH OF A L., Cofd Preparation* as,directeif NAMED CAfTAK--Mr. and aits. G. B.'Garrett ol Manlj. received word of "the promotion of their son-in-law, James R. Otto, to captain. Be has been stationed at Midland Field, Texas His wife, who has been with him in Texas,- will, live for a time with her parents at Manly while he is on a 60-day assignment, to San Francisco. Farmer Near Plymouth Dies at San Diego, Gal., on Visit to Relatives Plymouth--Mr.. and Mrs. Har old Wyborriy received a wire Mon day.stating that Mrs. Wybomy uncle, Floyd Wherry, died sud dehly in San Diego, Cal., at 2:3 a. m. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wherry left low Jan. 11, for a; visit with Mr: Wherry's relatives in souther California. They arrived in Sai Diego Sunday. ,'·; :, Mr. Wherry owned ; a farm miles south of Plymouth, wher :hey resided.-He has been in il health for some time. Funeral arrangements are in complete, pending further wore r rom Mrs." Wherry. Hafchins--Sgt. Henry Bergmar eturned to the coast artillery bast t San Diego, Ca]., following s 0 day furlough with his father r en Bergman, and other relatives' Ie completed 4 years of service an. 9 and has beeri stationed dur- ng that .time at San Diego. ANOTHE, tUDAHT CUDAHY'S TANG PURE PORK MINNESOTA MAN Here ,, There MUST PAY $200 Posts Bond to Insure Payment; Auto Is Held M - Clewell of apolis was arrested by slate highway patrolmen near St Ansgar on a charge of illegal transportation of liquor, ·}}· cases of whisky (54 bottles) being found in his Hudson coupe. When - arraigned before Judge Tom Boynton at Osage Monday Clewell was fined SZOO and costs and posted a bond to insure payment of the fine within 30 days .The liquor was . seized by the court and turned over to the Nissen and Savre hospitals. · Another hearing is to be held later to determine the fate of' the ear in which the liquor was car- ried.- IOWA OFFICERS MEET OVERSEAS Capt. Hall and Lt. Hook Together in 1st Army Hanlonlowii -- C a p t . Reuben Hall, wno is with the 1st army in France, writes home that he is returning to his section' after being fway 5 months. He also writer that he and Lt. Hank Hook are to have headquarters in the same building and although Capt. Hall's father, R. M. Hall and Hank Hook were well acquainted, he and Capt. Hall had never met in this country. They have met since going overseas. Capt. Hall writes that while he was in England in 1935 he made the acquaintance of 2 spinsters who made their home together and when he was in England recently he visited them again. They have with them a 9 year old niece Anna, to whom Capt. Hall sent a Christmas box made" up of articles from his own Christmas boxes and some money. Capt. Hall and his interpreter, a Jewish boy named Pete, made he acquaintance of a French ga- agteman and his family and were nvited to their home for Christmas. Again the Christmas boxes vere raided and they were able o.lind gifts for each member ol he garageman's family. ·lites at Hampton for Church, Club Leader Hampton -- Funeral services ere held at the Green funeral BrHt--Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis accompanied their son, Philip, to Rochester, Minn., where'he entered the Mayo clinic for examination and treatment. Ackley--Robert L. Gardner, seaman 2/c, completed his boot training at Great Lakes, 111., after spending , a 7-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner. When last, heard from he was at Shoemaker, Cal. Goldfield--Sgt. Wilbur Agard left Saturday for a rest camp near Denver, Colo., after a several weeks' visit 1 at the; home of. his mother, Mrs. Alice Agard, Bristow--Ralph Weiland is able to be around again after a week's tussle with flu. V Little Cedar--Mr! and Mrs O J Schuchart -left -.for. Kenmore, Wash., where they will visit their son, Wayne Schuchart, who' is-located with the coast guard. Nora Springs--Glen Dyire.'son of Mr. and Mrs.'Earl Dyre", who' suf-* fered a broken leg 2 months ago is now able to get around-with the use of. crutches; He now'. has the chickehppx.- " " · · " . · : . St. Aniear-r-L. B. Sherman is in the Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City, where .he submitteel to a major operation'. 7 When·: he leaves the. hospital he'Ay ill go 1 "to the home of his daughter, and son- in-law, Mrl and.-Mrs. Glen Cleve- Just Taste This Tang Tempter! I Here'* an cicittng main dish for four that's so delicious and easy to fix you'll serve it again and again! Sizzling Tang and flavorful hot potato salad garnished with sprigs of parsley! Vuat cut Tang into 8 flnger- ·haped strips. Brown all sides ·lowly, in table fat and serve on hot potato salad as in py ture. Tang is made by Cudatiy and it's pure pork--extra lean! Compare and we believe you will say Tang is your favorite of them all! Remember, Tang Is a grand time-saver and work-saver for any meal and can 'be served many eiciting ways! Get several cans of Tang today! ""Dae to hOTT demand* of th« fofctm, much of our canned btra Voioe iff Eodi of Hwse Cwdohy meat i» eolnft orennm. So If now and then you don't find Cudahy'a Tand and Genuine Deviled Ham at your dealers*... try attain!"* fnm Ywntj TtnJtr K 3 , T H E C U D f l H Y P A C K I N Plus Product Sea) in the ativcitmng of Cudahy products is your guide toouUland- . Loot for it. -- - -··-*« »· m; uricull lunerai ome Monday for Mrs. E. A. Whit- omb, 74,' who died at the Lueran hospital Saturday alter a roke at her hbme a few days pre- ously. The Rev. W. C. Cleworfh, ethodist pastor, was in charge nd burial was at Hampton. Emma Roberts, daughter of Cyrus and Mary Roberts, was born at Hampton, Jan. 6, 1371. Before ivu-. mal ? iase *° E dvvin Arthur Whitcomb m 1909, she was a teacher in the Hampton public school 9 years. She also taught at Jefferson and Avoca. She was very active .in the work of the Methodist church .and had taught a Sunday school class there for the past Is years. At the time of her death she was treasurer o£ the W. S. C. S- of that church. She was also secretary- treasurer of the garden department of the Hampton Woman's club and secretary of the Hampton Cemetery Aid society. She was a past worthy matron o£ Franklin chapter. Order of Eastern Star past president of the Hampton Woman s club, and past Franklin county chairman of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs She is survived by one brother, A. L Roberts, Hampton, and 2 sisters (Mrs. J. C. Hand. Eldora, and Miss Flora Roberts, Hampton. Her husband died in 1931. Native Born Decorah Resident Dies; Age 86 Decorah--Mrs. Bertha Hanson. 86. died Sunday at the home ot her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Vine Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Carl Losen at the Hauge Lutheran church Thursday and burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. Hanson's maiden name was Bertha Haugen. Born in December, 1858. 'she was one of the oldest native born citizens of Winneshiek county. Beside her daughter she is survived by her son, Ben Hanson. land at North wood,'to recuperate." Swaledales--Mrs. J.' C. Ward Visited her/husbarid, Pvt.'J.~ C 'Ward at Fort Meade, Md ' · . . " . Osage--News from the former Dorothy Sponheim states she and her .3 year old son, JoelAlden Jern are still with her husband, Capt' J. A. Jern at San Antonio, Texas and will be .with him until he is shipped overseas. He was a dentist prior to his entry into'service in November, 1942". .' Goldfield--Capt. Keith Wiser who is stationed at Blytheville Ark., is spending a short furlough at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wiser, having been called here by the illness of his mother. . Chester--M r s. Oliver Knode went to Waterloo Friday to visit with her husband at the home of his mother. He is on a short leave from Great Lakes training station.,, Nora Springs--Open house will i be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hemphill Friday on the j occasion of their 40th wedding an-! niversary. · St. Ansyar--Albin Perau, sea-i man 1/c, of Pasco, Wash., is spend- i ing a 14-day leave with his'wife I TTM S ° n .5 £ onnie ' and his sisters, Elda and Rosella Pcrau, and other relatives. . . . Hutchins--Birdeen Larson of Nora Springs, and his mother, Mrs Helen Larson, of Britt, were guests' at the Norris Larson home here Birdeen who has'ari implement score at Rudd, came on business, t J»orthwood--Mrs. . Roy Harris,! Mrs. Jennie Iverson and Mrs. Lys i DeGroot, entertained 27 ladies at i tri*» TToT-^-It. U ~ . rni . . . -- - M I , . LT. WILBUR STEVENSON PILOT MISSING IN AIR MISSION Lt. Wilbur Stevenson Fails to Reach Base i--Mrs. Wilbur-Stevenson (formerly Miss Peggy Muhm) received word that her:husband, Lt. Wilbur Stevenson, is missing m action in the European theater. He wqs the pilot of a B-26 bomber and but recently was awarded the air medal and was promoted first lieutenant. to f v R Poye n the Bostlord drug store in 'Britt entered service in i o u servce n 1942. He received his training at air bases in Texas and Louisiana mainly and flew his bomber to England in July, 1944 Stevenson, who has been R - a "*Mrs H recently "re- her hus- Gl RESTS AFTER 3 YEARS OF WAR Allison Soldier Home From Italy and Africa Allison--Pfc. Robert E.'Scott is spending part of his 30 day Air- lough · here visiting friends^ Pfc Scott entered the service on May 3, 1941, arid received his training 'at Camp Claiborne, La. He was in the 133rd infantr# regiment with the 34th division. ·He landed in · Belfast,' Ireland Jan; 26, 1942, and was there 11 months, then going through Scotland and then spending some time in England. From there he .went to Africa and was there during the African campaign,' then to Italy one month after the invasion. He. was in the battle at Benevento, Italy, battle of Cassino, in all the crossings of the'VoIturno river and the drive through Rome He visited the Cathedral! and Coliseum at Rome. Pvt. Scott was accompanied here by. his wife, the former Dorothy Mowbray of Waterloo, who has been employed at .Ypsilanti, Mich. He and his wife plan to visit his mother at Toledo Ohio, and there he will also see his brother, Pfc. Don Scott, who is with the air force band stationed in Florida. Upon'the completion of his furlough he,will return to Camp Atterbury, Ind., then will return to Italy. .'Robert was employed here by the local RE£. before his entry into the service. He wears 6 stripes for 36 months service overseas. Brisaw--A. Folkert has been ill for a'Tfew days with a heart attack. ' . interest such as French perfume, a silk scarf and lingerie, but probably the most valued were pieces 3f flak taken from · the wing of his plane after his 5th mission He also sent a piece of the plane that LT. ELDON F. TROGE CLUSTER GIVEN TO IOWA PILOT Lt. Eldon Troge Fiies Mustang Over Germany An 8th Air Force Fighter Sfa- Uon, England--1st Lt. Eldbn F. Troge, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. .Troge, of Charles City, Iowa, has been awarded an oak leaf his air medal. The announcement was made by Col Philip E.-Tukey, Jr., of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, commanding officer of the 35Gth fighter group. Lt. Troge joined this group last September and has since flown many missions over enemy occupied .territory escorting heavy, ong range bombers and to strafe and. dive-bomb nazi ground tar- jets. The 21 year old P-51 Musiang pi- ot is a graduate of Charles City ugh school and before enlisting in he army air forces in November 1943, was employed by .the Oliver RITES HELD FOR MRS, STEIDL, 80 Nora Springs Pioneer ·'. Dies; Was III 14 Weeks Nora Springs--Funeral services were held at the American Lutheran -church Monday afternoon for Mrs. Vincent Steidl, 80, who died at her home in Nora Springs Friday, following an illness of 14 weeks.-The Rev. Walter Pfoffer pastor, officiated. Charlotte Louise Schultz Steidl daughter of Charles and Dorothea Schultz, was born in Germany Sept. 14, 1864. When still a child, she came to America with her parents, who located on a farm north o£ Nora Springs. She was confirmed in the Lutheran faith and remained a faithful member of that church until.her death. · · In 1887 she married Vincent Steidl. They established their home on a farm north of Nora Springs where they resided until they retired and moved'to Nora Springs, This union was blessed with 3 children. One son,' Henry lives north of Nora Springs and 2 daughters, Mrs. Lillian Duvall and Mrs. Clara Hartwig, preceded her in death. Her husband died in 1913 and one sister also preceded her in death. Surviving Mrs. Sfeidl are a son, Henry Steidl, Nora Springs one brother, Charles Schultz of Nashua, 5 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Interment was i n ' t h e family lot. Park cemetery, Nora Springs. BrHt--Erma Peterson,' R. N., is on duty in the Alex Ross home in j Earner. Mr. Ross is reported very ill. They are relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of BritL ?arm Equipment Corp., at Charles -Ity.,He was commissioned Feb. 8, 1944, at Victoria, Texas, and promoted to first-lieutenant in. November last year. H he. used on the 6th mission. WOLFS MEN'S STORE A N N U A L J A N U A R Y , the Harris home. The time -was spent making handkerchiefs for service men in hospitals. - ' : LeRoy, Minn.-- A course in home nursing will begin Feb. 12 unto eCt - u department health, and sponsored by the Mower county public health' nursing service with Red Cross cooperation. i '· te Roy Minn.-- At the annual meeting of the Lutheran church it was voted to · raise r. J --, ·-·-". TM lajsc .in organ fund of at least $2,000 in honor; of those from their church in the military service. ; Hutchins--Pvt. Adrian Wilsey' returned Saturday to Camp Chaf- | fee, Ark., following an 8 day fur- i lough with Mrs. Wilsey and the ; couple's little son, Danny, at the'' , , a parental. W. E. Trafford 'home MENS Goodell Yank Missing in Luxembourg Achon y r s d c s ond OUERCOATS THEY USED TO CALL HER FATTY war department ..,,,,., aiami- their son, Pvt. Bernard Nolle -"o was missing in action Dec. 18 at Luxembourg. Their son, Cpl George Nolle, is with the armed' forces in the Pacific. 1Q.75 Regular JLJf . ?A.75 Regular £7 2C.OO Regular 33 Regular .NOW .NOW .NOW -NOW SUITS from 100% Pure Lttf QUIT FARMING Luvcrne--Knns Holm and Nols Holm, brothers who reside on a farm s miles east of Luvcrne have decided to quit farming. They have bought a home in Mason City and are moving there. 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See these rallies at Clearance Sale Price of VOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Northern Iowa's ond Southern Minnesota's Largest Store MIER WOLF £ SONS , At Mason City, Iowa

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