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January 17, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE . HI , S T K OUBLES T0 HOUSE COMMITTEE-Urgent military needs for 900,000 inductees.plus addition of a million workers required by critieal war indus- tnes, now makes "work or fight" labor legislation imperative, the house military affairs committee is told. Col. Francis Keesling, selective service liaison officer, is shown above at left pointing put the^manpower situation by means of a chart to Chairman Andrew May of the military affairs committee. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette DECORATOR IS GUEST OF CLUB Suggestions Made for Home Furnishings Study Clear lake--Miss Nellie I. Miller, i n t e r i o r decorator from Younkers of -Des Moines, speaker at ''the homemaMng department of the Woman's club Tuesday evening in the clubrooms of the library, said it was necessary to plan now for the future rather than the present time in home decoration, due to the shortage of materials. She also suggested that the materials which can be used now for decoration are liable to be more permanent in nature rather than some fad. \ In. speaking of the handicaps which a decorator must overcome she pointed out the follow- .ingt A decorator must not have her customer suspicious - of her, and should use what is possible in the house, rather than using all new. A decorator must show that her charges are justified, by suggesting better quality which will last for many years. A decorator must be a super salesman, as she is in the customer's home and not in the store. She must be a psychologist by appealing to the type of person you can presume she is. She must be a good furniture moi'er. She must be a good business woman, and an expert on knowing furniture, with regard to the period, type, etc. The speaker suggested that walls of a home be medium dark tone as it will tie in with room colors better, and has more character than lighter colors. She gave examples of the color types- of persons there aret 1. Shocking pink, 2. Olive green, 3. Georgian green, (a bluer green) and 4. Williamsburg blue. The speaker was introduced by Mrs. L. L. Bless and after the talk the members were given an opportunity to ask question^ concerning their own decorating problems. P. E. O. DINNER HELD AT BAWDENS Clear Lake--P. E.- O. members were entertained Tuesday night at a dinner meeting at the home of Mrs. Lee Bawden, with Mmes M P. Hughes, Edward Huntting, Ira Jones, C. F. Crane, C. A. Knutson, M. Drake and'Miss Ida Clack as co-hostesses.. . Mrs. J. C. Davenport presented the Founder's day program. The next meeting will be Feb 6 at the Mrs. A. H. Runcie home with Mrs. C. A. Knutson presenting the lesson on "My Country 'Tis of Thee." BEAUTIFY YOUR FLOORS RENT Our Electric Floor Sanders 7 or 8 inch floor tanden, portable sanders, edgers. Reasonable rates by hour or day. twrii VSm Mess Co Phone 17 2t-22 E. State Mildred Kopecky to Broadcast Saturday Miss Mildred Kopecky, student at Coe college, has recently been initiated into the Mu Phi Epsilon national honorary music sorority, an honor shared by her sister, Rosalyn Kopecky while she was in Coe college. Scholarship is also considered before membership is offered to a student. Miss .Kopecky will broadcast over WMT Saturday afternoon at 3:30. She will play the baritone horn solo at that time and will be on the same station at the same time on the following Saturday, singing with the Coe college a cappella choir. '· EAGER BEAVERS SPEND EVENING KNITTING Clear Lake--The Eager Beavers club met Tuesday night with Jeanne Colburn, 110 N. Elm street. The girls spent the evening knitting and sewing. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ed Callanan at the country Home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed HeiUand. Clear Lake Briefs First Lt. Homer E. Cobb, accompanied by his wiie, is spending a short leave in Clear Lake with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cobb, 601 South Second street. They have been at Tampa, Fla. He will report back to the east coast for another assignment. Maynard Moretz h^s recently been promoted from fireman 1/c to motor machinist's mate '3/c, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moretz, 31a S. 3rd St., Clear Lake. He attended diesel engineer's school at San Diego and advanced diesel school at Coronado, Cal. He was stationed at Morro Bay, Cal., until recently when he was assigned to a ship and. is now in the south Pacific. Continue Trial Until Scollard Recovers _ Dolmiiae, Iowa, (£)_The murder tnal of Thomas^Scollard, 54 has been continued by Judge Milton Glenn until the defendant's condition permits his appearance in court. He ordered Scollard held in the tuberculosis ward at the state reformatory at Anamosa Scollard is charged with the fatal shooting of Eugene Diiggan Oct. 8, 1941, in a hobo'camp shack on the.outskirts of Dubuque. He has had several continuances, and has been in and out of several detention institutions since the crime was committed CONVICT DISAPPEARS Avoca, Iowa, (#)--Hal Nelson dance promoter who escaped from the county jail here last Wednesday, was traced to'Omaha and then disappeared," Chief Deputy Sheriff Fred Strothers said Wednesday. He was held on a bad check charge. Hit on Flame Throwers EvansviHe, tad., OJ.PJ--Evans- yille shipyard workers, faced with the problem of heavy ice on the top decks of the steel LSTs they were building, developed their own ice weapons--in the form of flame .throwers. They describe the throwers as "a" glorified blow ,1 'L a ! ld move baPPily along with their new weapon, which helps keep their production up to par. Dr. Willis Carrier, air conditioning pioneer, has a practical household hint for testing home humidity during winter months- Leave a fresh, unwrapped piece °L che .wi n S gum in a room. If. t IT $· hours ' U sna P5 instead of bending, the air in the room is too dry for health. Remedy the over-dryness by placing a pan of water on the radiator or stove. Alexander--C. C. Schulte is a patient at Mercy hospital at Mason City, having submitted to a minor operation. Veteran Not Sure If He Can Remain in Grade School Tampa, Fla., (£·)--The 22'year old war veteran who came back to grade school admitted "Wednesday that he might not be able to stick it out. Arley Arthur Morgan, a student in the 6th grade here, said he'd like to be set up as an example to other discharged veterans who didn't get an education while boys, but-"In a month or so I'll know how this is going to work out." Morgan, discharged from the infantry for poor eyesight after serving overseas, entered school only last week. Said Mrs. Francis Fischer, his principal: "He's doing well and shows a keen interest in his studies but-what worries him is being consid ered an oddity." Postwar Highway Plan Offers Opportunity for Safety Features Chicago, (U.R) -- The enormous highway construction p r o g r a m that will follow the war offers "an unparalleled opportunity" to incorporate built-in safety features into the nation's highways, Sidney ·T. Williams, general manager ol the National Safety Council, told members of the American Road Builders' association Wednesday. "A hazard eliminated by safe design and construction is eliminated forever," Williams said asserting that the public will support an expanded construction program if convinced that it is practical. A federal post-war highway construction bill has been passed and signed and state enabling legislation will be quick to follow, he predicted, if the voters are shown that expenditures of policing court trials and public hospitaltza- tion would more than pay for the construction of new highways with safety features built in. Police Credit Driver With Averting Tragedy Cherokee, (iF)--The bravery of Walter De Kamp of Faullina Iowa, in sticking with his runaway truck carrying 4,000 gallons of gasoline, was credited by Police Chief R, N. Martinson with averting a tragedy in the heart of the Cherokee business district As De Kamp was coming down a steep hill his mechanical brakes failed. He tried the air brakes and they wouldn't work. Then he tried to switch into low and stripped the gears. That left him helpless as he headed for the business district. De Kamp stayed with the truck guiding it until he came to a stop across a bridge at the opposite end of the city from where he started. He reached the business intersection of Second and Main just as the traffic lights turned red. He barely missed hitting a man at that corner as frightened spectators knowing something was wrong watched from the sidewalks. Report Nazis Testing New Secret Weapon London, (#) -- Dispatches from Zurich Wednesday said the Germans are reported to be testing a new jet - propelled "ramming plane" designed as a defense against allied bombers. The new plane was said to be equipped with a heavily armored bow and to be of special sturdy construction to enable it to survive a crash in mid-air. Make "Wooden Lnng" Do Three Rivers, Mich., (U.R)--Un- daunted by the word that no iron lung was available for their institution, the Three Rivers hospital officials immediately set out to build a "wooden lung" to be used in treating various types of pneumonia and poliomyelitis. NOW Dedicate your Blood to a man overseas! I N RESPONSE to requests from blood donors throughout the country, a new Red Cross blood plasma label has been designed which enables a donor to sign his, or her, name on the label placed on the packaged plasma when it is shipped overseas. The donor may dedicate his, or her, blood in honor of a husband, a son, any relative or friend in the armed forces. For each pint of blood donated, the donor is allowed to inscribe a label in his, or her, own handwriting, with his, or-her, name and address and the name of the service man or woman in whose honor the donation was made. The labels will be pasted on the outside of standard army-navy plasma packages of plasma shipped overseas. The labels will be brought to Mason City when the St. Paul mobile unit comes here on Monday, February 5. Persons wishing to donate blood should call the local Red Cross office for an appointment today! The time to act is NOW. Thousands of donors are needed. Telephone 1321. This Message Contributed by These Mason City firms: LYONS CLEANERS MAJOR FUNERAL HOME MARSHALL SWIFT, INC. MASON CITY AUTO BODY REPAIR MASON CITY BATTERY, Les Valentine MASON CITY BRICK TILE CO. MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE MASON CITY LOAN INVESTMENT CO. MASON CITY MOTOR COACH CO. MASON CITY RENDERING CO. MASON CITY TENT, AWNING CANVAS CO. MAX BOYD, TYPEWRITERS AIERKEL'S NEIBEHGALL BROS. GROCERY NICHOLS GREEN NORTHERN AUTO SERVICE NORTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTING CO. NORTHWESTERN STATES PORTLAND CEMENT CO. · OSCO SELF SERVICE DRUG PARK HOSPITAL PARK INN HOTEL and CAFE PATTIE INSURANCE AGENCY PEOPLES' GAS ELECTRIC CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. · PRITCHARD SUPER SERVICE RAY SENEY, JEWELER RICHER MOTOR SALES R. 3. WEBER CARPET CO. SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. SHIPLEY PRINTING CO. SHCG-MASON CITY CO. SNELL SUPER SERVICE STATION S. S. KRESGE CO. STATE BRAND CREAMERIES. INC. ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL THE HUB THE IOWA COMPANY, INSURANCE THE LEE SEED COMPANY TRADEHOME SHOE STORE TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. UNITED FRUIT CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. YELLAND BANES YOUNKERS ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. ABEL SON, INC. AMERICAN CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. A. W. KNESEL and SON, INSURANCE B B SHOE STORE BEN NELSON'S GARAGE B. F. GOODRICH STORES , BIETH-JORNSON AUTO SERVICE BILL'S CAMERA, STORE BRACKEN INSURANCE AGENCY BDTTREYS CAPITAL TOBACCO CORPORATION CARL GRUPP FOOD STORE CARL STEIN, HIDES, WOOL, FURS CARNES OIL COMPANY CASEY DRUG CO. CHUCK LENNAN SWEETHEART BAKERY CO-MO PHOTO COMPANY CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. DECKER BROS. DeWttDE AUTO SERVICE DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. EARL'S FRUIT MARKET ECONOMY WELDING fc MACHINE WORKS FISHER TYPEWRITER CO. FRANK J. ENBUSK FULLERTON LUMBER CO. GAMBLE-ROBINSON CO. GAMBLE'S GILDNERS GOODMAN'S JEWELERS HAMILTON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE H. C. BROWN AGENCY, INSURANCE HART MOTORS, INC. HAWKEYE SCHOOL SUPPLY HERB GEORGE RADIO SERVICE HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY HOME FURNITURE STORE IDEAL SAND GRAVEL CO. JACOB E. DECKER and.SONS 3. C. PENNEY CO. JEFFERSON TRANSPORTATION CO. JOE DANIELS AUTO SUPPLY JOHN'GALLAGHER, INC. KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE KINNEY SHOE STORE KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. L. A. MOORE LUMBER CO. L. A. PAGE LUMBER CO. LES REED MUSIC CO. LOCK STUDIO LUNDBERG'S

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