The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 17, 1945 · Page 6
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January 17, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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FIRE PREVENTION MEETING TO BE FRIDAY EVENING .Class to Be Conducted at Fire Station; Film to Be Shown to Group Representatives of all industrial plants and schools in the area have been invited to a special fire prevention-fire /protection meeting to be held in Mason City Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. under the sponsorship of the Mason City-Cerro Gordo county safety council's industrial safety engineering class. The class, conducted by the extension department of Iowa State college in co-operation with Ihe state safety council and the local safety group .at the Hre station for an inspection of the quarters and equipment of the Mason City fire department. A question and answer program will be in charge of Fire Chief James Kelley and other local men experienced in fire protection. Each person attending, will have an opportunity to ask questions and to discuss problems dealing with fire hazards, construction and other aspects of fire preven^ tion. A moving picture in technicolor "Flame Facts," also will be shown The film deals especially with fire control, in industrial plants and includes tips on the 3 types of blazes, the correct use of fire extinguishers, common errors in fire fighting and methods of fire prevention. "We cannot emphasize ' too strongly the importance of fire protection during these critical times, and we trust that many schools and factories will take advantage of this opportunity to obtain up-to-date information," H C. Brown, secretary of the local council and president of the state safety organization, commented. Instructor of the industrial safe:y engineering class is Melvin Grove, safety engineer of the Employers Insurance company. '· CHAIRMAN NAMED T h o m p s o n--T. E. Isaacson of Thompson has been appointed Wmnebago county chairman for he infantile paralysis fund drive his month. .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Joice--Clifford Wogen, who Is employed at Lebanon, Ore., visited at the homes of his sisters, Mrs. Art Tweed and Mrs. C. G. Slatturo a few days. Rites to Be Thursday for Iowa Falls Cadet Killed in Plane Crash Iowa Falls .-- 'Funeral services for Donald Smith, aviation cadet who-was killed in a crash near Memphis, Tenn., Sunday night will be. held in the Congregational' church Thursday afternoon. Waits 8 Hours for Bus on Christmas Day to See Husband 36 Hours Manly -- Mrs. Oscar Lynch, of Madison, Wis., who recently vis- ted here -in the home of her mother, Mrs. Myra Knowles,' told o l a long wait for transportation vhile m Los Angeles on Christmas day. She had made the trip knowing -he could spend but 36 hours with ler husband, who is a navy cook She waited 3 hours in line on .-hnstmas day for a bus to Oak- and, with a dinner of doughnuts and coffee. In view of the fact that her husband was soon to be sent overseas, he was willing to endure the tire- ome wait and miss her Christmas ; -/ All the Time in'45 DEPEND ON PENNEYS LOVELY PRINT D R E S S E S Now 7.90 and 9.90 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, JANUARY PRICES SLASHED . . COME EARLY! .BOYS' ALL WOOL SWEATERS Boy's slip over sweaters in blues, tan and browns. All sizes 3.98 GIRLS' DRESSES Gay colored prints. Solid colors some washable. All sizes: 1.98 LADIES SHOES °?T Shoes ' Gre a«y Re. No stamp requirec". LADIES' HOUSE FROCKS LADIES' BLOUSES Colorful blouses adH extra touch to your wardrobe. Select yours now. 79c to 2.98 NEW SPRING SUITS Lovely pastel shades. Dressmaker styles. Many to choose from. 16.75 to 19.75 LADIES' PURSES All colors. Pouches, envelope styles, wooden laced. Fine fabric and leather. 2.98-4.98 NEW WOOLENS 54 inches wide. Soft pastel plaids. Lovely for skirts and suits. 249yd. MEN'S HATS New Spring styles. New colors Select yours now. LADIES' DICKIES Sheer frilly and tailored Dickies. AU colors. 98C-1.98 LADIES' SKIRTS Solid colors and plaids. Pleated btarts and tailored with pleat in front and back. All sizes CHAMPION-Richard Lacy 18 sa Plan Services Monday for Joseph Klein, 30. IRepprted Killed on Christmas Day in European Area S./SGT. JOHN J. KLEIN 3.98 ALL WOOL SPORT COATS Plain colors and tweeds. Ideal for Spring, ' i colors . Lovely attractive styles. REDUCED LADIES' COATS MEN'S OVERCOATS ALL WOOL BLANKETS Tweeds, M o h a i r Curls, Fleeces and Swedes. AU st~ tractive styles at Rich solid colors, binding. 72 x 84 Men's "Cunapac" Coats. Warmth without weight. Browns and Blues. Now FOR FRIDAY-- VERALLS 3' 2 YD. DRESS LENGTHS Colored Prtnfi Legislature Passes First Bill of Term Des Moines, (/P)--A bill to authorize county boards of supervisors in Iowa to appropriate funds for carrying on war bond'drives Wednesday awaited the signature of Gov. Robert D. Blue. Introduced in the house and passed by the senate Tuesday it was the first bill the senate hart passed during the present session Both bodies met briefly Tuesday following a 4-day recess. The senate Wednesday was to hear discussion on a measure, au- thored'by Sen. Joseph P Berg (R Cedar Falls) and Rep. Arch w". McFarlane (R-Waterloo), providing that appropriations for salaries, maintenance and repair of all state departments,- boards commissions and agencies be made, before- any other appropriations are approved. One of 13 bills introduced in the senate Tuesday proposed a highway patrol retirement plan and suggested that $20,000' be temporarily appropriated from the genera! state fund to insure its soundness. Other measures provided for revision of the real estate law and creation of an Iowa real estate commission; retirement of disabled policemen and firemen after 5 years instead of 10 and pension benefits for their children up to 18 years of age instead of 16- increase of county attorneys' 'salaries and authorizing an additional member to serve on county insanity commissions. Pneumonia Cause of Osage Child's Death held Thursday at 10 a^m^at thb bacred Heart church in Osage, for Norlayne-Marie Berg, daughter of M »rf an ? Mrs " dtttarf Berg, who died of pneumonia at a Mason City hospital Monday Norlayne Marie Berg was born "° v - "' I? 44 - Surviving are hTM parents, Mr. and Mrs cli|ford Berg, a sister, Nancy, age 4 and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Ray Hernan.and Mr. and Mrs Hans Berg; all near Osage S T "*?rment will be in the Sacred -.-_., cemetery. The Rev. E A Fitzgerald will officiate. LAST RITES SET Jdlf c3 J vi l Ie ~ Funeral . services for the North Prairie church Tliurs- » J ^ Ite , n ? oon at 1:3 ° a' the home f" d 2 o'clock at the church with the Rev- S. J. Tretheim officiating dell -- Delwyn Brede sub........J to an appendectomy Monday m the Belmond hospital. ..---- ---· Requiem high mass TM" b e ^ r S. Sgt. John Joseph K.lem, .30, Monday morning at 9 o clock at the St. Patrick's Catholic church with the Rev J J. Buzynski, pastor, officiating ttis wife received word Monday irom the secretary of war telling of his death on Christmas day j while in action in the Euorpean follow*" A Confi TM in e letter will, wife the form'e^D^lphrHuey "of Clear Lak e , his parents, Mr/and street ry K ' eln ' 2 ° 9 South Third KIeta an R e 'w and! , f V^ 5 ' 0 Ma **" .- eln ' K - f-, at the Mercy hos- ar,rt TUT on City; Bertn a, Rosa and Margaret at home. . ~ KJein was born in New twffl witk a rich »i«en. rin» *r«d« mbMpekin lining . k **P* yon warm a»-toast. Brown lamb collar. 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