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January 14, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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THURSDAY, JANUARVT 14, 1943 DEADLINES: U k . r n . t u Kmn mat A4i « r. ». f.r . Ba4J* Km [LEAR LAKE CLDBHiAZCTTE Plum* 239 nf ftSft A AKTY\ mi *-* JIB-VT*V -. AM «*"* ._ . MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE H T«» O Mot Kccciva f*apir Phone 239 or 259 AND BGLO OFFICE 207 West Hun St Call 233 ,r : NEW OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED Mrs. Lincicutn Heads Methodist W.S.C.S. CLEAR LAKE--Before a group of 100 women, the Rev. Thomas officers of the Woman's society or Christian Service at the Methodist church Wednesday afterboon: Clear Lake Briefs A car driven by W. T. Wolfram of Garner collided with an ice ruck driven by Chris Jacobson at tlie intersection ot North Third street and North street Wednesday afternoon. Slight damage was done to the Wolfram car. Art Butts, well drilling, elec. pump sales, service. Phone 224. Veronica Latham, 13, daughter 01 iuu women, me Kev. Tliomas of Mr " and Mrs - Francis Latham, Collins installed the following suffel ' e d a broken left arm just officers of the wTMnsm'= «~.:=t,, above the wrist when she fell .. h i l e skating Tuesday after school. She is getting along nicely. corresponding secretary, and Mrs] Oscar Frederickson, treasurer. Mrs. H. Milo Hall is secretary o£ spiritual life; Mrs. Carrie iiansen. Eighteen women made 1,100 Red Cross surgical dressings Tuesday evening and 1,500 were made SVatts, 0 £ missionary division- even '"g ana i3«° "'ere made " e P'ucc-u in eiieci. tie pointed Mrs. Arthur Johnson, of local ac- Wednesday afternoon, bringing out that the system is eminently tivities; Mrs. Arvig Nelson, student work; Mrs. Wendell Bobbins, girls. groups; Mrs. James Miller, literature and publications; Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, supplies; Mrs. Arthur Hammon, children's work, on £ tlme with Mrs. Howard Hansen as co- " chairman. Circle presidents are Mrs. Elmer Luscomb, circle 1; Mrs. Lyle Stevens, 2; Mrs. George Brooks, 3; Mrs. S. O. Bacon, 4; Mrs. Shirley Watts, 5; and Mrs. Holden Kelson, 6 Standing committees are: Program, Mmes. J. G. Davenport, Carrie Watts, T. B. Collins and Lillie Miller; finance, Mrs. Oscar Frederickson, Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Lincicum; publicity and printing, Mrs. Neil Slocum and Mrs. J. C. Davenport; silver and linen, Miss Ora Pierce and Miss Mary Bolsinger; flowers, Mrs. C. C. Mitchell and Mi's. Ralph Taylor; auditing, Mrs. Sam Kennedy and Mrs. H. N. Halvorson; and hospitality, Mrs. Wm. Skinner and Mrs. M. L. Nutty. Before the altar, symbolically lighted rath five candles, the incoming officers dedicated themselves to the work for the coming year. Pledging themselves, as the red candles were lighted, to fervency and devotion in and for the work and to purity of aim, purpose and direction as the white candles were kindled from the flame of the candle of Spiritual Life. After the ceremony the business meeting was held. Devotions were led by Mrs. Arthur Hammond. Mrs. Willis Miller, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harlan Ott, led in singing hymns. Mrs. Davenport, chairman ot the program committee, introduced the program and Mrs. Lincicum read "The Goals of the Society For the Year." Mrs. L. S. Rugland reviewed "Get Thee Behind Me" by Hartrell Spence. Tea was served at the close. Mrs. Lincicum and Mrs. Luscomb poured. * * * MRS. F. C. DEBRUXN PRESENTS LESSON Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn spoke on "Political Foundations Tor the AVorld of Tomorrow" from "Religion and the World of Tomorrow" by Walter VanKirk for the lesson of the Congregational aid which met in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. P. Hughes led devotions and group 4, of which Mrs. A. B. Phillips is president, served more than 100 persons at the fellowship supper. Groups will meet at various homes Feb. 3 for a study o£ "Faith Through a Friendly Church" and the general aid on Feb 10 * * * LEADER USES PATRIOTIC THEME Mrs. W. C. Carroll used a patriotic theme for the lesson presented members of the C. D. A who met at the home of Mrs Ned O'Neill Wednesday evening Mrs Philip Furleigh assisted in serving. The next meeting is Feb. 10. .Clear Lake Calendar Thursday --Pythian Sisters No 83, I. O. O. F. hall: dinner, 6-30 o'clock; temple, 8 o'clock. Chivalric lodge No. 82, Knights of Pythias, L O. O. F. hall, 8 o'clock. Junior Federated club. Mrs James Lane, 411',;, West Main street. Friday--Red Cross surgical dressings, restrooms, 1:30 o'clock P. T. A., Lake school No. 5 Church of Christ, church night service, 7:30 o'clock. June Ashland. Youth Fellowship skating party at rink, evening. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Felers Wednesday from Was D. C., where they spent and^daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack , arid family. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES ThU OU Treatment Often Brinfs Happy Relief M»»y rafferen nliere nazpnn backtclx TOkJUy.oBWitJwy discovtrthat the ml «* Mr trooNe aay be tir«d tidm-ji. « Nature's chief tray o y . u o u «wt« Irom your blood. Get Dtu'» PUh. EXPLAINS POINT RATION SYSTEM Buttleman Points Out Fairness of Measure CLEAR LAKE--Since the point rationing program to go into effect as early in February as possible has given rise to a number of questions from housewives, J. the" total to 9,900 dressings completed. The restrooms will be ipen for work Thursday and Friday afternoons also. There is ·oom for 50 women to work at Coat and Suit Sale, Hansens. Miss Margaret Hayes returned to Forest City Wednesday after George visiting her sister, Mrs. Newman, since Monday. Mrs. Allan D. Hanson received word Tuesday that her husband landed in Africa about Jan. 1. Mrs. J. Edward Moore and daughter, Dee Anne, Glencoe, III., arrived Thursday morning to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn. New blouses now at Hansen's. Sirs. James Lane, 111'/x West Main street, wits to entertain Junior Federated club at her home Thursday evening. The apartment is below Waikins cafe. O. T. Wooldridge, night policeman, is confined to his home fay a heart attack. S. O. Bacon is relieving him in his absence from work. HOME PROJECT LEADERS MEET "Home Care of Sick" Presented by Leader CLEAR LAKE -- Home project educational and organizational cooperators of Clear Lake township met Wednesday at the home o£ Mrs. Shirley Stanfield for instruction in "Home Care of the Sick" by Miss Lucille Buchanan, HDA, who demonstrated bed- making, giving a bed bath and making improvised sickroom accessories. A followup meeting will be held at the same place Jan. 21 with Mrs. Tom Spilman giving the lesson. Leaders will meet Feb. 5 at the Spilman home for a lesson on "Points on Business." Other groups also met Wednesday. Mrs.- Roscoe Miller gave n 'esson on "Ships of Our Navy" for the program of Today's club at the home of Mrs. James Braheny. Articles found in "Life" formed the basis for her talk. Mrs. Miller will entertain at a social session Jan. 27. Mrs. * * Arthur Thompson Mrs. Elmer Moffett were guests of the Do Your Bit club which met at the A. R. Cain home for an all day session. Mrs. George Jamison exhibited 'several rugs which she had made and told of the process for the program, Mmes. Lynn Hyde and Carrie Zirbel were the kitchen committee. Mrs. Rollin Luscomb entertained the Merriment club at a social afternoon. Roll call formed the program. The next meeting has been set ahead a week and will be held at the home of Mrs. William Hollatz Feb. 2. * * * "Music Into Drama and Dance" was the lesson presented by Mrs. Howard Lamm for members of Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi who met at the home of Mrs. F. G. Drew Wednesday evening. A pledge ceremony was held for Mrs. Hyle Lowman. A soldier's kitbag was provided for will be hostess Jan. 25 at a pot Carr will give a lesson on ncxt regular session is Feb. 10. "Dance." City, was a guest and Mrs. Vincent McGuire and Mrs. Leo Homan were substitutes at meeting of the C. L. C. club Tiles lamcd and " VCn the Hold Services for Mrs. C. Dorchester CLEAR LAKE--Funeral serv ices for Mrs. Clara Dorchester, W Jones, C. C. Branson, John Per- itter to itm»in in your blood, it kins, Alick Thompson'and Charles ncrey,«t- ?, n ?, s - e: \ u " erc PaJ'bearers. Miss s under th» Mollie MacGowan and Mmes J int. or F. Pal meter and George Ott ar- TM r .,TM. T w, ttSttZKSj'ZSg ra »S«* ^e flowers. ^itlK'K"^"- M . rs ; R - A - Monaghcn. accom- thc service. foods, purchasing only for immediate needs, until the program can be placed in effect. He pointed Church Will Observe 15th Anniversary CLEAR LAKE--The Church of Christ, which celebrated its loth anniversary on Dee. 6, will be the scene of the burning of (he church mortgage Friday evening. A fellowship service at which several charter members, including the Hev. C. W. HiclSs, pastor, will speak, is planned. The service opens at 7:30 o'clock with congregational singing followed by a business session. After the charter members have spoken there will be more music and E. M. Dtiesenberg will show moving pictures taken in Alaska last summer. After the "burning of the mort- gage' 1 sing _ . Binds" and light will be served. ceremony' the group- will "Blest Be the Tie That refreshments Mrs. C. A. Knutson to Head Episcopal Guild CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. C. A. Knutson was named president ot St. Margaret's Episcopal guild at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. George Bennett Wednesday. Mrs. L. J. Kutschara is retiring president. Mrs. D. F. Byers was chosen vice president, Mrs. Frank Brandt, secretary, and Mrs. John Cole, treasurer. Mrs. Kutschiira presented the lesson and led devotions. The guild meets next at the Kutschara home Jan. 27. Other aids also met Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Allen was re-elected president of the Lakeside aid which met at the church for a luncheon and business session. Mrs. Maurice Mile's was re-elected vice" president and Mrs. Frank Miles, secretary. Mrs. Harry Spil- mati was chosen treasurer in place of Mrs. .Frank Marlosv, who is moving to a farm near Rockford March 1. Mrs. Spillman was also named church trustee for tlu-ee years in place of Mr. Marlow. The aid will meet but once a month for the duration, it was decided. Officers will meet at the Marlow home next Wednesday to arrange a schedule for the year. The Rev. Ruben Most ram, Airs. C. O. Lomen, Mrs. H. L. Erickson and Mrs. Chris Estergard were guests of Tabitha circle of the Zion Lutheran Aid which met with Mrs. Jens Jensen. The Rev. Mr. Mostrom led devotions and Miss Alma Olson presented the Bible lesson. Mrs. Peter Miller will entertain Feb. 10. Show Improvement in Shooting Baskets CLEAR LAKE -- Improvement in shooting baskets WHS noted by Coach Chris Johnston in Die second round of the intramural bus- ketball series held at the lij;h school gym Wednesday evening. In the Big Ten the scores were: Indiana, 27, Purdue 'H: Wisconsin, 26, Northwestern 10: Ohio State, 29, AlimiesoUi. 25; and Iowa, 39, Michigan, 23. In the Big Six the scores were: Kansas, 27, Iowa State, 7; Kairais State, 26, Missouri, 7; Oklahoma 19, Nebraska, 13. Admission to the games is free and the public is invited. A good crowd attended Wednesday evening. Playing starts at 6.30 o'clock. Reg I Estate Transfers Elijisen, John 'and Eleanore, tj Keith A, and Marion Holt §1 S!' lots II and 4 blk 13 RR Add CL (WD) 1-9-43. Senenff, Jno. A., Referee to Wheeler H. and Earl L. Gilchriest $20,000 SW Vi Sec 34-94-20 (RefD) 1-2-43. Harris, J. T., to Clifford LeRoy :nul Floyd Harris and Ethel Evans $1 NW'/i NE'A; SW'/i NE'/i and SE',4 NW'A 36-96-20 (WD) 3-G-37. T R A C T O R R E P A I R I N G Berry Machine AND MOTOR PARTS 11 So. Penn. Fb. 514 Mason City fair as the, wife of a millionaire may purchase no more than a ·ife budgeting a laborer's salary. * * * "During the week prior to the day rationing will begin," Mr. Buttleman said, "retail selling of all canned and packaged processed foods will be suspended to give the merchants time to 1 replenish stocks, train clerks and to receive and post the official OPA list of point values. Before the effective date the public must register for War Book 2 and become familiar with the program. The rationing of coffee and sugar will continue as at present. "Persons applying for War Book 2 will be required to fill out and sign a 'Consumer Declaration' form stating exactly the stock of processed food on hand. Heavy federal penalties can be applied to those making false declarations. "Fruits and vegetables canned at home need.not be declared and no stamps will be deducted for them. However, the government is asking persons having h o m e canned supplies to use them instead of buying c o m m e r c i a l products. * * * "A housewife is required to report the number of cans of commercial products on hand. Ration books for all members of the family may be used by the person doing the marketing. "Should point v a l u e s be changed, newspapers and radios will announce them. Every food store will have an official OPA poster showing current point values for each product. Point values will be the same in every store regardless of the price charged for the product." With regard to coffee stamps, the OPA has announced that the valid period of stamp No 28 is from Jan. 4 to Feb. 1 i 1943, i n _ elusive. KNUTSON HEADS VERITY LODGE Dr. C.E. Wright'Acts as Installing Officer CLEAR LAKE--Ralph Knutson as installed worshipful master of Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A M., at the regular session held Wednesday evening at Masonic Temple. Arthur M. Johnson is retiring head of the lodge. Sigurd Vikesdal was installed senior warden and Dr. K. R. Rogers, junior warden. Harry S. Kye became secretary and H. N. Hal-1 vorson is treasurer. Dr. C. E. Wright, past -rand master of Iowa, was installing officer, A. W. Mathies was installing grand marshal and Henry C. Anderson was Installing grand chau- ! lain. ' Appointive officers installed included Howard J. Nye, senior deacon; Elmer Luscomb, junior deacon; H. G. Jensen, senior steward; R. B. Kennery, junior stew-' ard; C. C. Hansen. tyler, and Mr Mathies, marshal. Mr. Hansen. C. C. Branson and John Perkins are trustees. Policing the ceremonies lunch was served at Peter's restaurant. On Tuesday evening the lodge .ju.uii^i . rk.iuM^ w tia ( J I U V J U C U J U I ^". J- "'--JJM_» u v i ; i i i i i g me lOtiOe the Red Cross. Mrs. James Lane Save work in the third degree and next Tuesday evening the*new of- luck dinner followed by the regxi- f'cers will put on work in the first lar session at which Miss Wanda ci efi l 'ee for two candidates. The , t Educational Film Is - ·o Presented for Lions C L E A R L A K E--"Trees For day. Mrs. George Newman enter- Tomorrow," an educational sound £iim ? n forest management and Mrs. John Siessegcr ^' m on forest management and Mrs. Ray Nichols selective harvesting of timber was shown to the Lion's club Wednesday by T. G. Burns at the Legion hall. The movie was furnished by the Woodford-Wheeler Lumber company. Capt. George Frost and F. L. Minette were guests of Otto Pe- ter.Ten. Captain F r o s t spoke . briefly of his work and experi- *·; * ·---·" -- ^^ui i-ii*_oit.i , w i i i _ * i _ j UL i i 10 \ v w i t v ctlltl ^A|JU1 1 -68, who died at a nursing home ences in the tank destroyer unit Tuesday evening following a long at Camp Hood, Texas., where he period o£ ill health, were held is stationed. Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church. The Rev. Thomas B. Collins, pastor, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. The Major funeral home, Mason City, was in charge Henry C. Anderson. Ira FRAMES MADE-TO-ORDER Any Size--Any Style Latest Mouldings RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 BUY MORE BONDS WOLFS FURS Select Your New FUR COAT NOW from the finest stock in Mason City SAVE 5 $50.00 on the purchase of a new coat . *** Iff COATS $1O Were to $19.00 COATS »15 Were to $29.00 SUITS »/3 OFF Many Suitable for Spring Wear Complete Stock of SNOW SUITS SNOW PANTS SKI PANTS 15% OFF Mason City MIERWOLF /ON* SWEATERS $1.77 Were $2.95

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