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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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GovernorJIickenlooper to Speak at REA Meeting cn.npu»«nnnn ui?Dr- _ r^77^^^ ±*__***wiiiig CO-OP HAS GOOD YEAR'S REPORT Lines Were Extended to New Farms in Area T h o m p s o n -- T h e \Vinnebago Rural Electric sociation will meeting : school : , afternoon, March 15. Governor Hickenlooper Co-operative as- hold its annual in the Thompson high gymnasium Wednesday 'give the principal afternoon ad- I:dress. Music wlll.be furnished by | the high school band ensemble, and the officers will give reports of the activities of the co-opera- llive of the past year. r Seven directors are to be elect- lid for a term of one year. A free luiich will be served to everyone. \ The co-operative has had a ^iccessful year in financial gains oji REA obligations as well as in construction of new lines to serve ney farms under the "Food for Vicfo.'y" program. The co-operative has to date paid $94,000 in advance on its KEA loans over and above regular monthly amortization payments, and in addition purchased a S10 000 war bond. ' Officers of the association are: Elmer O. Bergland, president; Carl Gustafson, vice president; H. D. Hartman, secretary-treasurer; Dudley V.'eible, project attorney. Other directors are: R. E. Aukes, Buffalo Center; C. W. Stowe, Thompson; A. T Gros- lanct, Lake Mills: M. .T Ryh Lake Mills. ' The co-operative has lines in H E R E and T H E R E Plymouth--Mrs. Luella Urenn who spent the winter with daughter in California, has her Kossuth, Hancock" Winnebago counties. Worth and Hold Rites at Chester for Willard A. Murray Chester -- Funeral services for Willard A. Murray, 77, of Wheeler, Wis., were held Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church the lurried and is staying at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alice Graves Ihompson--Clarence Wade of the navy, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Homlin, on un 8 day leave. Clarence has been stationed in the south Pacific for the past 2 years. Thoriitoii_F. E. Buckman is visiting relatives and friends at Long Beach, Cal. His son, Robert, is on leave there from the navy. Ackley--Sfanton B. Brandt is now hospital apprentice 1/c with the naval hospital staff, San Francisco, Cal. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brandt Manly--Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Pogeler and Allen have returned an.er a few days' absence. Mrs Pogeler and son visited at Manson, while Mr. Poogler attended to some business matters in Kan- Gerald. Coyle is ---. at C a m p White, Ore., where he is serving in the sas City. Ackley--Pvt. now stationed the medical corps. Lylc, Minn--Kenneth Carson ---, ..... *».^.iiij^nj k-urs has purchased the brick building across the street from the city hall. Mr a r I e »T Cii y-Sgt. and Mrs. illiam Nott, who have been visiting their parents and other relatives in the vicinity, returned to St. Petersburg after a 17-day furlough. Sgt. Nott is airplane mechanic at Pinellos air ba^e Eagle Grove--Dr. E. C. Johnson attended the recent national dental convention in Chicago Dumonf--Mrs. C. F. Roder went to Northfield, Minn.. Friday to visit her daughter, Miriam, student at Carleton college. AVoden--Harlan Kruse, student at the University of Dubuque, has I Rev. L. C. Smith officiating. 1 Burial was in Chester I cemetery. Hill He is survived by his widow, 2 I daughters. Mrs. Vera Finn of Eau I Claire, Wis.; Mrs. Floy Dinsmore Jo£ El Monte, Cal.. and 1 son, A.US- · tin, of Wheeler, Wis. A sister lives · in Des Moines and a brother, · Charles Murray, in Davenport. 1 His early life was spent in this 'community. For 18 years he was · in the hardware business in Che*- ·ter. Moving to Austin in 1910 he · continued in the hardware and ·implement business until moving ·to Wheeler, Wis., in 1927. He en- · gaged in farming until his death. IMrs. Kathryn Swehla's [Funeral Held Monday Spillville--F u n e r a 1 services ?ere held Monday afternoon for Mrs. Kathryn Swehla at her farm Greene--Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson went to Crcsco Sunday 1 t\f n t-i.ij*r ...-,.:t . · , . '""u".* with Mr. and brief .. Mrs. J. E. Hall. Eagle Grove--Mrs. L. M. Cairv t ITI-nni'l f..^, r-» , » . ·-·"" J returned from Portland, - - · -- · * « i k J A L I C J U U U1C where she visited at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Frank Cairy. She has now gon6 to Buffalo N Y visit her son-in-law ... to daugh- center. Kake--Mr. --- -- ,.. i u w ailu u a U (, M _ ter Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Messer Chcs cr--Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kolstcd and daughter, Nancy came Friday from Rockford, 111 for a visit at the home of Mrs' Kolstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs Jake Dew. Bancroft--Herbert Krause, seaman 2nd class of Farragut, Idaho is visiting his wife and new son' Herbert Kae, for 14 day-- ' Hufchius--Avis Warren Olson son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Olson is taking prcflight training at the Antonio, Tex., aviation cadet . ---- and Mrs. Howard Appleby and daughter Sheryll of Omaha visited ut the Marvin Dweyer home. Bancroft -- Vincent McCarthy aviation student of Oxford Ohio arrived for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy. Kanawha--Pvt. Sebo Lamfers is enjoying a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Larnfers and family. He is stationed at Camp Sheridan, Miss. Eidgeway--Sgf. Leonard v ar - .vood left for Camp Shelby. Miss alter spending a 10 day fur!ou«] with his mother, Mrs. Mary Yarwood his sister, Mrs. Herald Hovden and his brother, Berber Yar wood. I-e Roy, Minn.--Floyd Larson came from Chicago to be with his father, A. " * mittcd to DR. J. A. STAKKAK MRS . K A Y M O N D S . 1YKE WILL ADDRESS TEACHERS-Guest speakers at a meot- a a m e o TM ,f an . dl . membe . rs ot ' «'o Boards of education of a r T\ r Po J " ^ sem » la 7 »ym at Osage Wednesday aio Jits Raymond Sayre ot Ackworth and Prof. J. A Star- S^f·?, I. 1 ^ raitl " ent of vocational education at Iowa Suite college. Mrs. Sayre is a member of the Iowa School Code Commission and chairman of the women's committee F TM B u r c a u ^. Stan-ak is co-ordinator foi- father, A. G. Larson. who"stib- an operation at the sM^ss KG as? v: r and Mrs. Henry Kruse. He went - - · - " · u "?\ c -- w - H. Grill has 'esidence. lernoon at ·years She died Friday aft- the age of about 88 Kathryn Kubesh was born near ·Spillville about 1B5(J and was united in marriage with Frank Swehla who died in 1312. Survivors are: Four sons, Will I Swehla, Mason City; John, Spill- lyille; Frank and Ed Swehla at Isiotne; and 5 daughters, Mrs IMary Ewelff, Mason City- Mrs Ir.mma Frey. Mrs. Lena Stran[ 5. k} "-, ¥ rs - Anr a Vopava, twin, of Spillville; and Mrs. Louise Walsh twin, Akron, Ohio; also one sis- l l e r ^ M r s - C a r o l i n e Shhnelt:, I Schley; and 5 brothers, F r a n k land Joseph Kubesh of Graf ton, ft. Dak.; August, of Wisconsin" John Kubesh, Calmar, and J a k e I Kubesh of Fort Atkinson. LPollards Finds Woes f\ppear in Clusters \Algona -- The C. V. Pollards I 1 ?rned recently that trouble nev- · ·/ monies singly. While a physician {.is in the home because, of the liness of a daughter. Claudia, a felephone call came from Rochcs- r, where another daughter, Pa- ·icia Ann, is in nurses' training. . . en to Des Moines for physical examination for army service S e x t o 11--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krups are parents of a son born at the Kossuth hospital, March '·' Clarion--Dr. and Mrs. H. P Walker left Sunday evening for San Francisco where they vill visit their son, E n s i g n H. P. Walker, Jr., and Dr. Walker's sister, Mrs. Katherine Magncr Ackley--Pvt. Harold Schultz who is in the infantry, is here on a brief visit with his parents Air and Mrs. Rube Schultz. He had been stationed at Camp Fannin Tex., but will r e p o r t in California. Xorthwooa--Miss Eva Keller who is employed in the state ireasurer's office at Des Moines, spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Albert Marshall. E a s l e Grove--Mrs. Harold Greenleaf and 2 sons of Salt Lake City, Utah, are visiting Mrs Greenleafs parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. E. McCulloch. Mrs. Green- leal is the former Mildred McCulloch of this city. Kanawha--Mrs. Mons Skou-*e and daughter, Marilyn, visited hi Minneapolis with Mrs. Oren Skouge. Capt. Oren Skouge, who is stationed in England, recently sent greetings to his mother by cablegram. St. Anssar--Mrs. Pauline Volney returned f r o m Whitten whore she spent the past 2 months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Hovelson, Goodell--Mrs. Anton Ahrenkiel returned home Thursday from yictorvillc, Cal.. where she enjoyed a 2 months' visit with her son. Lt. T. G. Arhcnkicl and wiic Thompson--Pfc. Willard Olson is spending a 7-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs A R Olson. Willard is stationed Camp Phillips, Kans. Hutcliins--E. J. Titus is receiv ing treatment at the universit hospital at Iowa City. F r e d c r i c k s m n - g -- Leon R Schutte, seaman 2nd class is er :oymg a leave at the home of h parents, "" Schutte, spring. Stacyvillc- . . sold his residence on First stree to Miss Grace Burnett of Webster City. Miss Burnett and her molhc-i expect to move here in the . . - - - - ' Mr - and Mrs. Ben Adams received word that theii son, Pvt. Jim Willard, arrived in England. Allison--Clair Speedy, son of SVir and Mrs. Harve Speedy of Allison, has been selected as Allison High school's representative to visit Camp Dodge Monday and Tuesday. Wesley--Mrs. Bert Putzstuck at - -- *-i ir i « l*.rt L U UJ\. returned from Chicago where she visited her son, James Francis Putzstuck, fireman 1st class, in the Great Lakes training station He has been transferred to Camp Bradford, at Norfolk, Va., since her visit. Woden--Joe Anderson underwent a major operation at a Rochester, Minn., hospital Wednesday. 1'opejoy--Mr. and Mrs. Ed In- gebntson o£ Staples, Minn are visiting the Floyd Ingebritson lamily. They came to attend the luneral of his brother-in-law, Dr J. George, of Dows. Alia Vista--The Rev. and Mrs. _Bosnolm of Waverly moved then- household goods here Satur- · · - i^uu:! (it^t: OUtllr- !.p. Mr. Bosholm is the new min- .M. CONLON, 78, DIES AT NEWTON Was Former Mayor and Councilman at Goodell Gootlcll--D. M. Conlon, 78, died Sunday morning at his home in Newton following a stroke. The Conlons came from Ackley to Goodell in 1887 and Mr. Conlou wus the last ut' a family of 7 children. An adopted brother,'George, fell on the ice, died of a skull fracture and was buried in Kansas City, Mo., last week. Thirty years ago Mr. Conlon was married to Vida Houghton who survives. For many years he operated the elevator here. He and Mfs. Co'nlon were local telephone operators until 4 years ago when the dial system was installed. He had screed as Goodell mayor ami was a member of the city council for years. Four years ago the Conlons moved to Newton where they were employed m a grocery. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a. m.. at the St. Francis church at Belmond in charge of the Rev. Father Onnsby Burial will be in the family lot m the Catholic cemetery there. DK. N1DY TO SPEAK Garner--V. A. Cook, president of the Hancock county Farm Bureau, announced that a special meeting will be held at the Catholic hall in Garner Monday at i:30 p. m. Dr. Carl Nidy of Des Moines, a" specialist on "livestock message pat Patricia brought the news was suffering bc- -- -" i l u o u i n r l [ I I ^ U C -- iuse of a chicken bone that had |dged in her throat. Mr. Pollard ·pw to Rochester in a plane piled and owned by Dennis Pratt ti'. Mrs. Pollard remained at fine with Claudia. Mr. Pollard aimed Thursday with Patricia ,gopd condition again after re- tval of the bone. _Invcntion_p£ I Minuet's Compass attributed to Hoang Ti O5NA 263* B.C Pol patented the Hollow Ground Blade for coole I .25« 11 \ «H5Ul»rt OLLOW GROUND R A Z O R BUBES PAL UZOR BLADES lend Shaving Supplies BOOM HOWES HARDWARE Mr. and Mrs. L. , having completed h boot training at Farm-int. Idaho Bristow-- Lowell H. Hewitt wa taken {o the Lutheran hospital i Hampton to be treated for a se vcre case of shingles. Allison--A 10 pound ciaughte was born to T. Sgt. and Mrs. Har old Wehrman. March 2. Sqt. Wehr ban is located at Rice, Cal. Mrs Wehrhan and daughter are mak ing their home with Mrs. Wehr nan's parents at Sharpsbur" Burl--Pvt. Victor Wayne Eolie who is in the air corps stationec a t Greensboro, N. Car., is spendin a 10 day furlough with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Eolie Hanlontown--Mrs. H. M Kit tleson left Thursday for Chica" for a week's visit with her son in-law and daughter, Mr. am Mrs. Rollin McGirr. Luyernc -- Mrs. James Paulson of Minneapolis, Minn., is a gues at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs. George Merkle for a fev days. Her husband, James Paulson, is in the Pacific area Waucoma--Rolla R. Rogers wa= stricken with a severe heart at- Lack Monday night and remain in a serious condition. Manlj---Harold Ennis, who has been m the employ of the Railway Express at Mason City, and his family visited here with his mother, Mrs. Ed Pinta, and other relatives before leaving for the army Kake -- Mr. and Mrs. L B wooawick are the parents of a ^ori corn March 1 at the Doimage hospital in Buffalo Center Manly--Martha Knowlcs was at the , store where ·she TuosdaJ?, and held open house during the afternoon , n ?, Iar j. on -- E - B. Hartsock arrived m i ?', Day from PIc asont Grove, Utah. Mrs. Hartsock has been here the past 2 weeks caring for her motner, Mrs. O. W. Thomp- Quits Shoe Repair Work for Farming Alffona--After 44 years in the shoe repair and shine business Kick Maharas turned the business and good will over to L. J. Maleug last week, who bought it early in the winter. Mr. Mahai-as will home in town and live in his cultivate 2 parcels of land which he has rented, 40 acres from the hemp plant and another piece on U. S. highway IB at the north edge of town. He expects to raise enough to maintain the family and will also keep cows, chickens and pigs. Mr. Maharas claims no country as his birthplace since he was born on board a ship which was bringing his parents to the United States from their home in Greece. He was only G months old when he was left nn orphan. He saw service in World war I and \vas twice wounded but has not drawn a pension or other government allowance. There are 0 children in his family. 2 sons are now in the service, Arcst in the merchant marines and William in "ne navy. HANCOCK FARMS CHANGE OWNERS Values Estimated $25 an Acre Over Year Ago Garner--Considerable Hancock county laiul is changing hands according to deed registrations in Fern'l'eck K^T* ****** Some of the farms deeded recently are: T h e Equitable Life Assurance Society to Ernest H. Nelson a 160 farm in Britt township, listed at $22,400; G. H. Lade to Lowell H. Matey and others, a IbO acre f a r m in Concord township, 520,800; Albert Lundstrum to F. A. Bonstetter, an 80 acre tract near Miller, consideration $7,200; G l a d y s Knight to ( O t t o S. iMcltzer urn! Kdward J Meltzer, a 1GO a c r e tract near Lorwith, consideration S24 000- Malmda Schuldt to John Alters' a 100 acre tract in Liberty town- slnp consideration $14,800~; Bessie M. Clinch to Charles C. Davis a o20 acre tract in Boone township consideration $33,00(1; The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. to Lewis S. Linder, a 320 acre tract in Erin township, consideration S-10,000. Will Prilipp, executor to Fred W acker, an 80 acre tract in Avery township, consideration $13 201)"Walter Jacobson to Hichard 13 l u f f c r , a 100 acre tract in IBritt township, consideration $14 820' Otlo B. Lemke to Waller t Wolfram, an 80 acre tract in Ellington township, 58,300; C E Proctor, referee, to N. E. Bread, the Sucnumski 400 acre tract in EI- i'" s i?" township, consideration pJ i,oUQ, William Boyken to J o h n C Ward, an 80 acre tract in Orlhel township, $12,000; Will Upmeyer to Leo O'Riley, an SO acre tract in Gnrfield township, $8,000' Joseph Schullz to Albert Kohl 'a 1GO acre tract in Ell township. $ i n IKO; A. S. Harris to Walter 11 Roscndahl, an 80 a c r e tract in A very township, $11,200. Hancock county realtors estimate that land prices have increased $2o per a c r e the past year. Whirlwind Campaign of Britt Red Cross Ends Britt--The Eritt chapter of the American Red Cross and its tranches including the west half of Hancock county, raised $7,- 031.G.. Its quota was $4,000. The campaign was handled by Carl V. Frick. STATIONERY Visit our Stationery Department for bright Easter ideas! Writing paper gifts! All budget right. \OFFICIAL V-MAIL ) STATIONERY combination sheets nr.a envelopes. 2-1 c o m b i n a t i o n siicots ai;i envelope's. FLOWER NOTES SHEETS !0 shecls, 13 cnvclopu. Harmonic Pastel STATIONERY W) wheels. 25 envelopes. Pmk. ivory, sahr.on .i:,d C.Trdcnia colors. DUNK STATIONERY 24 Envelopes, 35 pages brown gray cream, green, pink and yellou ' Solid colors. Dunks fan c y diaj:ona , strj . ;·* envelopes, 35 pages. 24 envelopes, 24 sheets. Folded double v.ilh border clcckled edge Green blue orchid. ' 'i. $1.98 '1.50 GENUINE ONION SKIN PAPER '1. Go sheets and 24 envelopes. STACO STATIONERY 75 sheets, 60 envelopes. White only. Box $ 1. THE ROMANCE STATIONERY By Lois Fisher. 48 sheets, 24 enve- 5 PARK SQUARE ion sheets, SO envelopes. French gray, salmon and gardenia. lopes. Ideal for se irvicemen. 1.00 SKRIP INKS I)lack, blue, nnd V-Mail, 1.00 Box 15c-25c Dfimorvs STAl IONERY BIRTHS RECORDED Eafrlc Grove--Eirfhs include the roll owing: To Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Spa)igler, a son, Curtiss Matt born Feb. 25; to Mr. and Mr? O 1'. Adams, a daughter, born Fcb J: to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A Kn»- strom of Renwick, a son, Galon Argle, born Feb. 27; to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huntlcy of Attic* a aaugnler, Maurine Ann, bom Feb 2:. Mrs. liuntley is the former Phyllis Watson, daughter of J S Watson of this city. GETS HIGHER TRAINING-Aviation Cadet Claire E, Gates son of Mr. and Mrs. G. If. Gates of ne;ir Greene, has runorlcil at Carlsbad, N. MCX., where lie will receive; advanced flight training j n ],],,], i cvel i,omb:ir- ditrh'g and dead rcckoniiiR navigation. On gniduation lie will be awarded Ills silver bombardier's wings and will lie reiidy for active duly as au officer in the army air forces. FORMER IOWAN DIES Kanawlia -- Friends h e r e received word of the death of a former Kanawha girl, Mrs. Margaret Lamoreaux Ladnes, daughter of Mr. aiHl Mrs. John Lamoreaux of Corvallis, Mont. Margaret was married about 4 years ago to John Ladner of Great Falls, Mont. He is in the coast guard and his wife, who was a registered nurse, went with him and did nursing. She became ill while in San Francisco and was confined to a marine hospital for 2 weeks, after which she was taken to her home, then to Rochester, Minn., where she died Oct. 20, 19-13. Tuesday, March 7, 1944 ;; MASON CITY GLOBK-GAZETTE SCOOTS WORK ON EXHIBIT PLANS Exposition to Be Held at Garner H.S.March 24 G a m e r--Don R o e. general chairman o£ the Hancock district Boy Scout exposition to be staged in the Gamer high school auditorium F r i d a y evening, March 24, announces that plans are being rapidly completed for the event, the first of its kind to be staged in the county. All Boy Scout troops in the county, Cub packs and Girl Scouts will have booths showing some phase of scouting activity. A stage s h o w featuring varied types of entertainment will open the show. The following committees have been appointed by Mr. Roe: Stage show, Mel Paulson, Lovcne Stille and County Supt. Charles S Whitney all of Garner; tickets Carl Frick of Britt; finance, Supt. Sam Tweed of Garner; arrangements, Orville Mabcn of Garner; judging. Simmer Trumbull o£ Klcinme, and publicity, Fred C. Missal of Garner. A more detailed program will be announced at a later date. Former Iowa Resident Dies at Whipple, Ariz. Sheffield--V. W. Watt received word Friday of the death of his brother, J. Trclore Watt, oC Whippie, Ariz. Mr. Watt, 31, a World war 1 veteran died Thursday at the veterans hospital in Whipple after 'an illness of 4 years. He made his home in Sheffield 18 years ago. A sister. Mrs. Kate Fulls, has gone to Whipple to attend the services. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Support tlie Red Cross "fiivc in a .spirit of mercy for lite cause of mercy" BE SURE IT'S A JOYCE KUBRiTE DBESS The Ideal dress for your spring wear. Shop our Downstairs Stare now. WASHABLE SHANTUNG RAYON Bayadere Print -- ever-fascinating, ever-popular convertible neckline ami rows ot stitched tucking that fall from the shoulders represent the above-the-waist interest Die belt is in the same color and fabric as the plain color. T h e skirt bus darts falling Jt-oin flie waist and relcasiu'- i n t o inllnoFs. Dropped yoke '? »"ck. Kvra H) to 18. Reel. C.IVV, Sand, 151ne. 7.95 JOYCENETTE-- AN EXQUISITE RAYON CREPE 0»r aM « ,, « , ,, , , , ,, ,,,, ,, on _ 10]]er ..m.11 t l j diessed women. fp« Vi if C ' m;Ul ° in J PYCENETTE feat int"rL.':/ gorc s h i r t stiched to «-=------ s- Four · Open neckline with notched collar ! TM ci j Pockets lo^od by tabs wiih bow-like ends · Shoulders broadened by a shirred yoke · Leather lined self-belt. Short sleeve. · Superb tailoring! · Sb.? lo 20 and 33 to 42. Aqua, Rose, Beige, Blue, 8.95 Dflmorvs

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