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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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12 Thursday, March 2, 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Charles City Globe-Gazette HOLD RITES FOR F. J, CERWINSKE Charles Cityan Dies at Hospital Tuesday Charles City--Funeral services were to be held Thursday alter- iiooii at 2 o'clock at the First Baptist church tor Fred Joseph Cerwinske, 26, who died Tuesday evening in the Cedar Valley hospital here, of malta fever which lie contracted a few weeks ago. A prayer service was to be held at Grossmann's chapel at 1:30 p. m. The Rev. J. H. Cochrane, pastor, was to officiate ^ind interment to be in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Cerwinske was born Feb. 15, 1918, son of Harry and Goldie Cerwinske, in Chickasaw. He was a member of the First Baptist church of Charles City and received his education in the public schools, graduating with the class of 1935. Since his graduation he was employed by .the DeBoest Coal company, and the McCoy Truck Lines, being employed by the latter at the time of his death. He was married to Marcella Wagner of Nashua, Jan. 21, 1939 To this union was born one daughter, Donna Lou, 4. He his survived by his wife his parents, 2 sisters, Mrs. Harry Wagner, and Helen Cerwinske, and one brother, Ralph Cerwinske, and daughter, Donna Lou. If Back Aches Flush Kidneys Rheumatic Pains. Burning, scanty or in outtat pasaB«? If so, remember that you Kidneys are vital to your health and Iha these aj-mptoms natty be due to non-organ! and non-systemic KJdney and Bladder trou bles-- in such eases Cjnt«r (a physician 1 ription* usually Mvesprompt a elief by helping uie ffldneys fl nous excess acids and wastes. Yo prescription* usually Mvesprompt and Joy ous relief by helping uie ffldneys flush ou poisonous excess acids and wastes. You hav eTerythlnR to gain and nothing to loie In trying Cyatex. An Iron-clad guarantee as aures a refund of your money on return o empty package unless fully satisfied. Don' delay. Get Cjrste ( S l s s - t e x ) f r o . your draEKlst today Only 35c. Charles City Briefs S. Sgt. Kenneth Chambers of le army air corps has been in taly since December flying on a -24 liberator bomber, relatives n Charles City have learned. He as raised in Charles City and s a graduate o£ the Charles City igh school. An automobile driven by Ezra Tubbs, struck Frank Johnson, a edestrian, Tuesday evening at intersection of 6th avenue and street. Johnson was taken to he Cedar Valley hospital where n examination revealed a slight oncussicm, several bruises and an rm may be fractured, according o Police Chief Henry DeBoest late Vcdnesday. Both Tubbs and Johnon are residents o£ Charles City. Word had been received ,here Vednesday by relatives oE the tenth Tuesday morning of James en, 11 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McCaulcy, of Vorthington, Minn., former residents of Charles City. Death came after a 3 weeks' illness of pneumonia followed by whoopin; cough. He is survived by his parents, and 2 brothers, Kerry and David. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Messersmith are the parents of a daugh- ier born at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Faye Summers is confinec to her home by illness. She has been ill for several days. She i assistant in the dental office o Dr. L. E. Von Berg. George Wilcoxson o£ Ceda Rapids has accepted employmen at Hampson's Men's Wear as fore man of the valet service. There was to be initiation o candidates during the regular ses sion of Pythian Sisters at 8 o'cloc Thursday evening in the K. P hall. Rudd --Mrs. Will Schweizer wa brought home from a hospital i Charles City where she was take after she fell and broke a bone i her ankle a Jew weeks ago. Blue Rose by Lancfaere SPECIAL FOR A LIMITED TIME AT Chamber of Commerce Membership Hits Top Charles City --It was announced the monthly meeting of the harles City Chamber of Com- icrce at the Hotel St. Charles, uesday evening that the organi- ation now has reached the 300 lark in membership, the largest i its history, and that-it was ex- ected another 25 or 30 would be dded shortly which will take care i the budget of 56,000 1'or the WINS BABY CONTEST Charles City--Little Miles Pool- r. Jr., of Charles City, won the onlest for being the cutest baby f the service fathers in Greenwood, Miss., where his father, Cpl. liles Pooler, is stationed in the ir corps. Little Miles and his lother are now making their ome with' the young man's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 3ebban of Jonia, during his fa- her's absence. Mrs. Pooler is now ·mployed at. the Oliver Farm Equipment company. GIVEN SHOWER Charles City--Miss Gloria Mindrum who is to become the bride of Lt. Robert Westerdahl in the near future, was feted at a prenuptial shower Saturday evening at the Elgin Robeson home. Pre- :eding the shower a dinner was served at 7:30 by the hostesses, Mrs. Robeson and Miss Belva Sranneman. Out-of-town guests included friends from Oelwein and Waterloo.-The honoree was presented with many lovely gifts. Miss Mindrum, who has been employed at the Oliver Farm Equipment company, l e f t Tuesday morning for her home in Minneapolis. 1 So. "SHAMPOOS Uwl '· SPECIALTIES · BATH PREPARATIONS]) '·MCE POWDER ·ROUGE ,,__ 'LIPSTICKS Exclusive With Merkel's A N E X C L U S I V E Dreis of Burmi riyoa Crepe with bouquet of daisies white piping at seams, la Horizon Blue, Peppermint Pink, Lcmoa Yellow, Size* $g98 Exclusive With Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations GARNER -- Loyalty Rebckah lodge was to meet Thursday'eve- ning at 7:30 p. m. at the I. O.. O. F. hall. '' GARNER--The Missionary .division of the W. S. C. S. will meet at the home of · Mrs. William Kraus Friday afternoon. GARNER--The Zion Reformed Ladies Aid will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. at the church. Mrs. W. J. Barz and Mrs. Lillie Quintus are in charge of refreshments. GARNER--The Ladies Aid of St. Paul's Lutheran church was to meet at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. Jante as hostess. The Young People's Society was to meet at the church parlors Thursday evening after the regular lenten service. GREENE -- The local chapter Order of Eastern Star will meet in regular session Friday night. GOODELL--Rosary met Tuesday in the Arthur Lowenberg home with Mrs. Lee Robbins assistant hostess. Father Ormsby appointed Mrs. Marcellus Fuller president and Mrs. Lee Robbins secretary and treasurer for 1944. Show Little Interest in School Election Iowa Falls -- Little interest is being shown in the coming school election. No nomination papers lad been filed with Miss Gertrude Leach, secretary of the board of education, Wednesday evening. Two members of the board oE education are to be elected to succeed Mrs. E. Z. Welden, who was appointed to fill the unexpired lerm of Mrs. R. B. Neely, and Clarence Smith. ·Two questions will be presented to the voters, also. One is whethei there are to be free textbooks, the other whether the Tower grade school building is to be demolished. Henay Michaelson, 64, Retired Farmer, Dies Thompson -- Henry M. Michaelson, 64, died at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester Tuesday night after an illness of 2 years\ He was taken to the hospital but a few hours before. Mr. Michaelson has been a resident of Winnebago county for 35 years, engaged in farming until last year when he retired and moved to Thompson. He leaves his wife and 6 children. 3 boys. Millard of Scarville and Harold and Russell of Thompson: 3 daughters. Mrs. Odell Forslund of Sioux Falls. S. Dak., Mrs. Glenn Wright mid Mrs. Sanford Overlie of Thompson. Funeral services will be Friday at 2:30 p. m. at Larson's funeral home and ;s p. in. at Bethany Lutheran church. Burial was in Rose Hill ccmclcry at Thompson. Harry Erickson Dies at Iowa City Hospital Decorah -- Harry Erickson, 54, died Sunday in Iowa City after several months' illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Springwatcr church with the Rev. Oliver G. Fjelstad officiating. He is survived by his wife, a son and daughter, Hubert and Mrs. Ray Rasmussen. Also surviving arc 3 brothers and 2 sisters: Oscar, Stanton, Norman, Mrs. Narvc Narvcson and Mrs. Theo. Narvcson. Dougherty--Mvs. Will Esscr I c f l Tuesday lo visit her daughter and son-in-law, S/Sgt. and Mvs. Clifford Ross- -- In tHe land of blood and ' ' ""' " t.*'/^ - } ,"· '" ''· '' ' , · ' ' " .;· ,-. "'-, "'·' · ' '. -*{ ' f ,; ' " ' · / v . - :- - - *-,f" ·*'" .. , I S he slogging along some muddy road ... or huddled beneath a leaky tent? Do you see him now, thirsty beneath a broiling sun? Or is your boy fighting a wintry blast in the land -where winter never ends? ... Yes, millions of people worry tonight for the men in the far-off but not forgotten land. Bat if your heart is sick with longing for some special boy . .. remember this and find comfort... wherever he may be, in the frozen wastes of Iceland or the jungles of New Guinea... you can reach out and give your boy some little comforts that speak of home. He will get coffee, doughnuts, cigarettes and other American comforts when the long march is over... thanks to you. He will sleep between sheets when he gets his furlough, in a town ten thousand miles from home . . j thanks to you. Even should he be a prisoner of war, he won't be condemned, to live on alien bread. For wherever the Red Cross can reach him the Red Cross will send him a carton of food, the kind you used to give him at your own table. And real American cigarettes and tobacco! He will get all this:;; and more . . . straight from your GIVE TO THE RED CROSS heart through the Red Cross. Because the Red Cross is you--the Greatest Mother in the World, because it "represents all the mothers of America. The Red Cross is your blood and your bandages, the sweaters you knit and the gifts you pack. And the Red Cross is your money too! This year when your Red Cross has a bigger job than ever before to dp .... . this year when your Red Cross is serving your own sons in every'corner of the globe ..; this year you will want to give more, more of your time, more of your work, the blood from your heart : : : and more of your money to help the work go on. So dig deep and be glad. For wherever he is Trie RED CROSS is at his side and f fie Red Cross is YOU! This message contributed by these Mason City firms: SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. SHIPLEY PRINTING CO. SIEG-MASON CITY CO. SXELL SUPER SERVICE STATION S. S. KRESGE CO. ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL THE HUB THE IOWA COMPANY, INSURANCE TRADEHOME SHOE STOKE TRAVERS TIRE TREAD SERVICE TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. WAGNER COAL CO. ZACK BROS. ELECTRICAL CO. ABEL A N D SON. INC. A M E R I C A N CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. A. W. KNKSEL AND SON, INSURANCE BRACKEN INSURANCE AGENCY BUTTREY'S CARL GRUPP FOOD STORE CARNES OIL CO Distributors Shell Petroleum Products CASEY DRUG CO. CHUCK LENNAN SWEETHEART BAKERY C. J. SMITH, ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION COMMANDER-LARABEE MILLING CO, CO-MO PHOTO COMPANY CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. CURRIE-VAN NESS COMPANY DECKER BROS. DeWILDE AUTO SERVICE DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. DR. W. C. GRAINGER EARL'S FRUIT MARKET FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET FISHER TYPEWRITER CO. FORD HOPKINS DRUG STORE FRANK J. ENBUSK FULLERTON LUMBER CO. GAMBLE STORES GILDNERS GOODMAN'S JEWELERS GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES HAMILTON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE II. C. BROWN AGENCY. INSURANCE IIERMANSON BROS. DAIRY HOME FURNITURE STORE IDEAL SAND AND GRAVEL CO. IOWA STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, INC. JACK GREVE, OPTOMETRIST JACOB E. DECKER AND SONS J. JC. PENNEY CO. JEFFERSON TRANSPORTATION CO. JOE DANIELS AUTO SUPPLY JOHN GALLAGHER. INC. KINNEY SHOE STORE KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. L. A. PAGE LUMBER CO. LOCK STUDIO LUNDBERG'S v LYONS CLEANERS MAJOR FUNERAL HOME MARSHALL AND SWIFT, INC. MASON CITY AUTO BODY REPAIR MASON CITY BATTERY, LES VALENTINE MASON CITY BRICK AND TILE CO. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE MASON CITY LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. MASON CITY MOTOR COACH CO. MAX BOYD. TYPEWRITERS NICHOLS AND GREEN NORTHERN AUTO SERVICE NORTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTING CO. NORTHWESTERN STATES PORTLAND CEMENT CO. OSCO SELF SERVICE DRUG PARK HOSPITAL PARK INN HOTEL AND CAFE PATT1E INSURANCE AGENCY PEOPLES' GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. PRITCHARD SUPER SERVICE PRUSIA-DILLON CO. QUICK LUNCH CAFK RAY SENEY. .IEWEI.KR SAM RAI/ES DEPARTMENT STORE

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