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March 7, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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4 Tuesday, March 7. 1941 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN MANY CONTRACT FOR WAXY MAIZE Farmers Sign Up for New Crop in Hancock Garner -- The farmers in the southwestern part of Hancock county are completing agreements to grow several fields o£ waxy maize corn. According to H. G. E. Fick, representative for Doane Agriculture Service, Inc., there are at present approximately 600 acres now signed by 15 Hancock county farmers. The acreage is to be grown about the elevator points of Britt, Corvvith, Denhart, and Kanawha, with some in the west central part of the county going to Wesley in the adjoining county. The contracting of waxy maize acreage has been proceeding at a satisfactory rate in all counties. It is expected that the 1944 quota of 15,000 acres for Iov. r a will be completed within the next 30 days. This acreage of waxy maize will help to provide a substitute for the cutting off o£ imports of cas- ova roots and tapioca from the East Indies. The quality of the waxy starch is superior to that of tapioca starch, which gives waxy maize a place in post-war agriculture. Waxy maize yields are comparable to other hybrid corn yields. Growers o£ this crop receive a 12% premium which at present is equal to 14 cents a bushel. THIS BIG BEEZOK. 15 IN AAY PET CHAIR, AND I'M AFRAID TO ENRAGE HIM/--- i - -- U / A -- IFl ONLY I KNEW OF SOMEAVAV TO GET HIM TO VACATE HIS ROOM AND LEAVE HERE/ SAY, I'M GOUKA BUST ONE OF DA V/ISE GUTS in D1S JERNT / -- H E SAID TO BE DA FAVORITE PIN-UP BOY OF ALL SPOOKS IN HAUfJTED HOUSES/ SAY, ANY AUCERHOL7 MYSTEA/A INCHUtJ V.ONT RUN ON RUB- fJ-KXI Charles City Globe-Gazette Hot Stove Tips Over, Causing Loss by Fire Manly--There was excitement at the Arnold Woodiwiss f a r m home Monday when a stove going full blast toppled over when a leg gave way, throwing the contents en the floor o£ the living room. The Manly fire department was called and there was no difficulty in extinguishing the blaze. The damage was mostly to the floor covering and from smoke. BUY STAMPS, BONDS Corwith--Since the beginning of the 1943-44 school year, pupils o£ the Convith consolidated school have purchased $3,725.65 of war stamps and bonds. The school has an enrollment of 254 pupils. / Try This New Amazing Cough Mixture Outsells All Often in Canada on Merit Alone--Made in U.S.A. Tho Kluc of all cough medicines for coughs or bronchial Irritations result-' bis from colcls !n cola wintry Canada Is Bucklers CANADIOI. Mixture -- PSLSE .working 1 , triple ncilns Buckley's Mixture quickly loosens ana raises phlegm wdged in ths tubes -- clears air passages--soothes rasped raw tissues, ono or two sips ana worst coughing spasm eases. You get results fast. You reel the effect ot Buckley's Initantly. Compounded from rare Canadian Pine Balsam and other soothing healing in-- eredients Buckley's CANADIOTj Mix- 1 ture is different from anything you! ·ver tried. Get a bottla ot this great] Canadian cough medicine today at any! Kood drug store. -- satisfaction guarazH teed or money back, osco Dear U. S.ASOW UJHERES IN VOM.V WAR, MOM'-' THE TRUCK BUSTED DOWN . I /M, WCW B*OC ON AW FEET AGW.JIAEBEE TTS. ^JST /S VJOLI .WDEKT-SETTO THE PK)OT ^Yc. ID TOD'y BEEH GIVE SQWE AAEQMS YOU*, SOU p.s.. i SJTENOOSH TDLUS RObMD. FRANK JOHNSON RITES PENDING Services for Father of 13 Will Be Private Charles City--Funeral services will be held private, with date not set late Monday afternoon, for Frank J. Jolinson, 70, who died at the Cedar Valley hospital here Monday morning, as a result of injuries he received Feb. 29, when he was accidentally struck by an automobile. The body is at the Hauser funeral home, and the Rev. Walter M. Fritschel, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, will officiate and interment will be in Riverside cemetery here, when services are held. Mr. Johnson was horn April 21, 1873, in Sweden and has been in the United States for over 50 years. In July, 1899, he was united in marriage to Hannah Anderson, at Davenport. Thirteen c h i l d r e n were born to their union, 2 having died in infancy, and 11 survive, who are: Mrs. Kermit Binger anc Marvin Johnson of Charles City: Mrs. Leo D a u b , DeWitt; Mrs Max Thompson, Mrs. Bruce Wilson, Mrs. Miles O'Dowd and Milton Johnson of Los Angeles, Cal. Franklin Johnson, Osage; Lamon: Johnson, and Mrs. James Me- Nally of St. Paul, Minn.; and Arnold Johnson, U. S. navy, Norfolk Va. Married But 1 Day, Woman Gets Decree Charles City--Married one day and separated the next day, when her husband was inducted into he army, Nina M. Baldwin of Charles City obtained a divorce lecree from Walter E. Baldwin in district court here before Judge [*. A. Beardmore Saturday, on a cruel and inhuman treatment charge. According to her petition, they were married at Austin, Minn., Oct. 20, 1942, and lived together until Oct. 21, 1942, when the defendant left to be inducted into :he army. No children resulted to their union. The court allowed [he plaintiff the right to resume tier maiden name of Nina Sims. Charles City Briefs Lt. Richard Thomas Clare of Deming, N. Mex., arrived las' week for a brief furlough to visit his parents, Mrs. Margaret Clare and Thomas Clare, also his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Claud Reynolds and family. He left Friday noon for Peoria, 111. where he will transact busines. antl visit friends. He attended Bradley college there 2 years be fore enlisting in the army ai: corps. Lieutenant Clare was to eave St. Louis Sunday for Fresno, Cal., to resume his training. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson of Clemme were honored by their hildren at a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Blunt. Also present vere Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan John- ion of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. (ohnson's birthdays both occur in March. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital over the weekend included sons to Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l e s ^Jathem, and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram ?utney, and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ross. Funeral services for Frank Leider were to be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Grossmann's chapel. Burial was to be n Rosehill cemetery at Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Apel are the parents of a son born Monday, Feb. 28, at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton. The baby has been named Ronald Earl, Mrs. Bob Hicks and daughter Constance Ann, arrived in Charles City from San Antonio. Tex., to spend a few weeks visiting relatives and friends. According to word received by Mrs. Hicks, her husband, Sgt. Bob Hicks, has arrived safely in England. He has been stationed at San Antonio foi the past 9 months. Lt. and Mrs. James W. Martin and son, David, are spending a 15-day furlough with relative and friends in Charles City ar* Mason City. Lieutenant Martin recently received his navigator' wings at Hondo Army Air Fielc Hondo, Tex., and is at present tationed in Sioux City for fur- her training. Mrs. Charles Birkholz, 201 Clark street, will entertain Royal 'eighbor Relief Circle at a 1:30 .essert luncheon Wednesday. There was to be a meeting of he garden and home department t the Woman's club Tuesday nft- TP.oon at the St. Charles hotel. . E. Waggoner was to present a problem on "Foods For the Fu- ure." Mrs. John Salsbury was to avor the group with piano solos. At the close of the meeting the nominating committee was to meet. Mrs. J. C. Harlis of Minneapolis visiting for a few days with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Havey. Italy iias an area less than that of Mexico. BOND DRIVE GOES OVER Charles City--The f i n a l 4th war bond report from G. H. Calvin, cahirman of the Rockford corporation and township bond committee, has been received by County Chairman I. W. Laekorc and shows that the quota was considerably oversubscribed. The quota was $63,600 and $85,898.25 was sold, including $10,800 allotted by the Rock Island railroad. OFFICERS ELECTED Little Cedar--The annual meeting of the Liberty township Cemetery association was held at the Hugh Babcock home Saturday evening. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Agnes Milton; secretary, Fred Hill; treasurer, Mrs. Hugh Babebck; and director for 3 years, George Wolf. Give Your lazy Liver This Gentle'Nudge' FULL OF PEP MENTALLY ALERT BRIGHT EYES Works While You Steep To Relieve CONSTIPATION If liver bile doesn't flow every day Into your Intestines--constipation with ita headaches and that "half-alive" feeling often result. So pep up your liver bile flow while you sleep aiid see how much better you should feel tomorrow! Just take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets used so successfully for years by Dr. P. M. Edwards for tus patients with constlpatloxi and sluggish liver bile. Olive Tablets, being purely vegetable, are wonderful to relieve constipation. No griping or weakening effects. Test 1O» NIGHTI Follow label directions. CRYPTOQUOTE--A crypt°Sram quotation D U Z . Z U B I S V D T F L S N L IZ t, D O Z T J S E ; I S V G I O T L S O L S V H Z I S N L TD E U V F T W I, -- F U S E K L . F F U B . Yesterday's Cryptoquote: WHEN NOTHING IS ENJOYED* CAN THERE BE GREATER WASTE?--THOMSON. Meetings Of North .Iowa Organizations KIESTER, Minn.--Mrs. Jrace Rovang was to be hostess to the This is the ...that started the ...and these are the pancakes with SOY Yes, and the nut-like flavor of Pillsbury's Pancakes, with SOY, will start a riot at your table. Body-building proteins, too--SOY proteins. Try this new mix--ready-prepared, ration-free. Double your money back if you're not satisfied. ^^^^k ^ ^ ^ ...no extra miring! Villsburu's GOLDEN BAKE M I X . . . mu''ns - nrh m body-Builrt'ig D^otem Woman's guild of Immanuel Lutheran church at her home Tuesday evening. KIESTER, Minn.--The Ladies Aid ol Immanuel church will meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. KANAWHA--T h e Kanawha Ladies Aid will serve dinner in the church parlors to those attending the annual meeting and school of the North Iowa Agricultural Experiment association Thursday. KANAWHA -- T h e Kanawha Woman's club was to meet Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Clarence Johnson. KANAWHA--The Entre Nous club will meet in the home of Mrs. D. L. Wilkie Wednesday evening. ALGONA--The annual meeting of the Algona National Farm Loan association will be held here March 14. President E. N. VanHorn of the Omaha Federal Land bank will speak. B E L M O N D--Navy Mothers were to meet with Mrs. Maurice Cillon Tuesday night. GARNER--The Gifford Olson unit ol the American Legion Auxiliary is having a birthday party for the Legion in the Legion hall Friday evening. GARNER--The Garner Woman's club will meet Tuesday evo- S at the C. D. of A hall. The Rev. E. F. Broberg, pastor of the Methodist church, will speak on 'Our Attitude In Wartime." GARNER--The Magor township Farm Bureau will meet at the Corwith school building on the evening of March 16. GARNER--The Social Circle of the United Presbyterian church met Monday afternoon with Mrs. C. V. Hamilton as hostess assisted by Mrs. C. L. Strate and Mrs. Floyd Fiero. Officers were elected for the year as follows: President, Mrs. Clinton Daniels; vice president, Mrs. J. R. Keith; secretary, Mrs. Vera Armstrong, and treasurer, Mrs. E. H. Phillips. BELMOND--St. Anne's Study club will meet with Mrs. George Brady Wednesday. BELMOND -- American Legion Auxiliary will hold a card party at the Legion h a l l Wednesday night. B E L M O N D--St. Elizabeth's Study club will meet with Mrs. Gene McLaughlin Thursday. ST. ANSGAR--The Cemetery society of the First Lutheran churcli will meet Thursday afternoon at tho parish house. ST. ANSGAR--The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon. 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