The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 2, 1944 · Page 24
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1944
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24 Thursday, March Z, 1914 SIASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BUTLER JURORS DRAWN FOR TERM Will Repovt in Court at Allison March 21 -22 Allison --Grand Jurors for 1944 end petit jurors for the March term of Butler county district court have been announced by ·Hugh L. Mosher, clerk of the district court. Grand jurors arc to appear Tuesday, March 21, at 10 a. m. They are: Tomar DeVries of Albion, M i 1 o Hawdon of Beaver, John Hammil of Butler, Eldo Myne o£ Coldwater, Albert Stille of Fremont, Carl Allan of Jackson, Ed H. Hartwig of Jefferson, Earl S c h 1 a m v p of Madison, Blanche Voogd of Monroe, M. B. Williams of Shell Rock, and Mrs. L. W. Ellis ot Pitlsford. Petit jurors are to appear at the courthouse, Wednesday, March 22, at 10 a. m. They are: Albion township, Mrs. Henry Fleshlier, Jr., Carl Fresenborg, John Hann, Mrs. J. O. Parsons and August AValbaum; B e a v e r township, George Bergner; Benezctfe township. Dale Crosby, Mrs. Wendell Davis, Mrs. P. Esslinger, Mrs. Arthur Lindell; Butler township.Viola Brockman, Ethel Conner, Elsie Heine, Arthur Heise, F. It Kemp. Hugo Poppe,. Arnold Schamdoke. Nettie Stevenson, Sam Whiteside. Coldwater township, Mrs. Dell Curtis, Chax-les DeLong. M r s. Bert Hagerty, Esther Landers, Mrs. Ed Merfield, Dwight Pooley, and Ernest Steere; Dayton township, Charles Ackerman, Libbie X.ovell and Berle Needham; Jackson township, R o b e r t Martin, Mary Neal Wedeking; Jefferson township, Ada 'Bin-roughs; Madison township, John Wiarda: Monroe township, Mrs. Roger Arends, H e n r y Eilers and Mrs. J o h n Schoenaman; Pittsford township, Mrs. Lloyd Faber, John Johnson ·Mrs. Ray Jones, Ebel Miller and Mrs. F. W. Koelting; Ripley township, F. C. Jacobs; Shell Rock township, Marie Mason, Ocea IWilson; Washington township, More Than a f Laxative Is Often :. F MOOffttlri When you feel o u t o f a o r l * , uWUvU ""vows and suffer from _,. . headaches, gas, bloaiinjr. i n- o««Uon and lackofanpetJte, vvhichmayaHbe due to functional constipation--get Fahmey's AJpen Krauter--the time-proved EWmachic tonic medicine. Contains 18 of Nature's otvn naedicinal roots, bcrba and botanicals. Take only as directed on label. Gentlv and smoothly Alpen Krautcr puts sluggish boiv els to work: and aids them^to eliminate clogging waste; helps expel constipation s gas. gives t] ie stomach tliut Jeeltngof warmth. Be wise--corafortyour stomach while reLtvinjf constipation. Get ALP£X HRAUTER from Fahmey aKcncies, awch as: WaljTMn's: Garner--1-. TV. Zeljet; Brneekner** Brut Store. WOLFS CLEARANCE Fur Coats Mier Wolf Sons make a clean sweep of its entire Fur Coat stock--NOW. This is your buying- oppor- . t u n i t y . Convenient terms a r r a n g e d. Wear it now . . . or . buy now for Next Winter. TRADE-IN YOUR OLD COAT Mier Wolf Sons L : Eno Harken; W e s t Point township, Clara Aissen, George Folkerts. Burdcnc Halm and Karl Koch. Sgt. Alfred Hove Gets Order of Purple Heart Nortluvood--Sgt. Alfred Hove, who is with the army in Italy, was recently awarded the medal of the Order of the Purple Heart, according to word received here by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hove. The award came as a result of wounds suffered in combat, presumably in Italy in September. He is with the field artillery. DRIVE WILL BEGIN' Northwoocl -- G. S. Cleveland, chairman of the Worth county Red Cross war fund campaign, has completed plans for the drive to raise the 56,000 quota starting Monday. MANAGER RETIRES Plymouth--C. A. Molsberry retired Thursday as manager o£ the Farmers Co-operative Elevator in Plymouth. He held the position for more than 10 years. SEEKS NOMINATION--W. C. Tyrrell, Jr., of Belmoml, announces he is a candidate on tlic republican ticket for rc-clcction as .slate .representative from Wright county. lie xras elected to office in 1942 and served on 10 committees,.chief of which' were agriculture, appropriations and ways and means. SELECT MEN FOR MILITARY DUTY To Leave New Hampton for Last Examination Xcu* Hampton--The Chickasaw county selective service board Wednesday announced the names ot 36 men who are being sent, to DCS Moines for lire-induction examination. They are: Ray Sinmvell, Waterloo; Daniel Brannon, Ervin« Ohm, Wallace Johnson, Charles Scholz, Donald Wallace, Maurice Ugland, Claude Hoffman, Mayer Kramer, Charles Stephen, Gerald Murphy, JVI. O. Dosland. Williiim J. Kennedy, Robert lUcCahen, Edward J. Nargang. Gerald Bailey, Howard David, all of Mew Hampton. Francis Hosting. Leon; Robert fisher, Paul J. Rausch and Robert Cheorz, all o£ Nashua; John L. Arnc, Robert Mattke. Holland Drape. Stanley Koerth. Leonard Dosvnes. Kenneth Sleeve and Eugene Carey, all of Fredericks- bun;. Miles A. Tyler, Alta Vista; My- ron L. Wiltse. Kansas City, Mo.; WHIard Wedeking, Oceanside. Cal.; Terrance J. Sexton, Decatur, III.; Orville Straw, Waterloo; Howard Nagle, Lawler; Chester Overdier and Ralph Werner, both of Davenport; Wendell Marion, North Washington; Earl Bush, Waterloo: Joe Peck. Blue Earth] Minn., and John C. Ripple, Charles City. Greene Girl Becomes Missionary to Africa Greene -- Miss Eunice Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Otl of Greene, expects to leave March 20 for South Africa where she will spend 5 years as a missionary. She was graduated from the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, in 1941. received a year's training in Booth Memorial hospital in New York City, and has since been doing missionary work among the Negroes in South Chicago. Bank Signs 1,000 Seattle, (U.R)--A bank within an aircraft plant recently signed up its 1.000th customer. He was Robert Morse of the Boeing Aircraft Co. engineering department where the branch bank is located. Says It With Bonds [ Blytheyille. Ark., (U.R)--Last year was reminded that his wife hadn't paid her poll tax. So lie handed over 52. Otranto--Pfc. Leslie Klusmeier has returned to his army base in ! California following a 15-day furlough. Vision VICTORY M A C E ' S Smith Optical Co. O n e - b u t t o n cnllarless suit--classic background perfection for blouses. Smoothly tailored dressmaker suit in Spring pastels, navy or black. Checked suit c l a s s i c -- m a t e h i n g chesterfield eoul. All-season favorite. Spring news -- cardigan cutaway suit in sunshine colors. Thrift Priced from $ 19 95 "Must" in this Spring's \vardrobe--a smooth go- everywhere suit. See ail the new Spring heaclliners here! Wonderfully wearable classics and soft styles --including the new, new cardigan success suit-the California pastel club suit -- the stitched-tnm tailleur! 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