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March 8, 1944

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

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Wednesday, March 8, 1914 5 I \/f r\ I r , r i MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mrs. LMaries Denier, j \, Dies After Operation (MRS, ERICKSON SERVICES FRIDAY Rites to Be Held in Church at Hampton Requiem High Mass loi- Mrs. Milford Evickson, 39, Dows, who died "'at a hospital in Hampton Monday night, will be sung at the Catholic church in Hampton Friday morning at 10 o'clock, with Father Vern Cross olficiating. Burial will be at the Hampton cemetery. Mrs. Erickson, a resident of this vicinity since 1919, was born Emeline Lennan, March 11, 1904, a_t Gardiner, Me. She moved to Mason City with her family in 1919 and attended the Mason City schools. In July 1924 she was mar j vied to Milford Erickson at Dows, and had made her home on a farm near there since that time. Surviving are her husband and 4 children, Milford, Jr., 19, Elaine, 17, Jimmy, 10, and Joanne, 3, and 5 brothers, Llewellyn Lennan, South Gardiner, Me., William and Albert Lennan, Chicago, who are coming for the services, and Everett and Charles Lennan, Mason City, and one sister, Mrs. R. E. Chambers, 224 5th N. W. She was preceded in death by \ her father last November and by her mother in 1923. Allison--Mrs., Charles Bonier. 51, died at a Waverly' hospital Monday following an illness of 2 weeks. She had undergone a major operation at the hospital Feb. 29. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the home and at St. James Lutheran church at *2 p. m. Burial will be in the Vilmar Lutheran church cemetery. Mrs. Benter, formerly Christina Wiegman, svas born Aprii 8, 1892, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Wiegman, residents of the Vilmar community. She was married to Charles Benter of Allison, Sept. 26, 1915, by the Rev. Conrad \Vellner. former pastor of Vilmar. Mr. and Mi's. Benter were parents of 4 children, Gilbert, and Merlin, both serving in the navy aboard ship somewhere in the Pacific, Lucy at home, and a daughter, wiio died in infancy.' The couple lived on a farm in the Vilmar community until 1929 when their home was established in Allison. Surviving besides the children, are 5 brothers and 3 sisters, all living in this "county, John, Fred, Frank, Albert, all of Allison, Mrs. E r n e s t Pronge, and Caroline Weigman of Allison, Mrs. Carl Schrage and Conrad Weigman of Bristow. MONTGOMERY WARD CITY BRIEFS Kiwanis club will entertain some 50 4-H club boys and girls from Mason, Owen and Portland townships Thursday noon at the Hotel Hanford. Jerry Linewcaver, assistant state boys' 4-H club director from Iowa State College Extension Service, will be the speaker. Dave Diercks of the agriculture committee is in charge I of the program. Firemen were called to the I home oE Mrs. Leila Britt, 831 15th \ S. E., at 9:13 p. m. Monday, when |: a chimney burned out. A daughter weighing 6 pounds i 15 ounces was born to Mr. and 1| Mrs. AHonse Douglas, Manly, at |;the Mercy hospital Monday. A son weighing 7 pounds 13 |j ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Walker, Clear Lake, at the Mercy hospital Tuesday. A daughter weighing S pounds I! was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 1 Fitzgerald, 512 17th S. E., at the | Mercy hospital Tuesday. A caucus of republican voters | of. the first precinct o£ the third ] ward will be held at the office of [Ralph Lloyd Jones company, 101 [ First S. E., at 7:30 p. m. Friday for I the purpose of selecting delegates i to the republican county conven- ! tion. MAKES WELDERS FAST Chicago, (U.P)--Francis M. Gunn, I Pullman Mfg. Co. works manager, I revealed that 500 welders per month have been passed through the company's welding school in the past year. "Women, for the most part, have proved to be very capable welders," he said. "Work on warship; of the type we are building keeps the job interesting." Fertile -- Lt. and Mrs. Earl Humphrey came home on a few days' leave from Camp Phillips, Kans., Saturday. They will visit his mother, Mrs. William Humphrey. DISCOVERY tCOLDS'REUEF (home medicated mutton «uet)--whicE Krandioa tued for coughing--naBl ton- Kcatioo, muscle aches of colds--teac^hei modern mothers to follow her eiample. So their families get relief from these colds rmseriM with Penetro, the salve ivltii modern medication in a base containing old fashioned mutton suet. 25e, double supply 35c- Demand Penetro. Here » There Bristow--A group of high school boys, accompanied by Supts. Dirkon of Bristow and Burke of Dumont, went to Des Moines Sunday where the boys went through the induction center. Nori Springs -- Pfc. Wayne Ueker arrived home Friday morning from Maxwell Field, near Montgomery, Ala. He is spending 10 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ueker. Nora Springs--Fred K. Behne has purchased the "Green house" located just north of the Lester Shanks home, now occupied by the George Wilson family, and will move to town from his farm. Wodeii--Harlan Kruse, student at the University of Dubuque, returned there Sunday after spending last week at the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kruse, Armstrong--Mr. W. O. Eaton returned home Friday f r o m Rochester, Minn., where he underwent a major operation. Nora Springs--Howard Rooks, radio technician 2nd class, was graduated last week from the naval electrical school at Corpus Christ!, Texas, ranking 7th in grades in the class of 190. Kanawha--Arlon Yepsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yepsen of Jefferson v i s i t e d Kanawha friends Saturday. Arlon is stationed at Miami, Fla., with the army air corps. His brother, Jack, came with him to Kanawha. Fertile--Mrs. George Hall, who has been a patient for nearly a month at the Park hospital at Mason City following a major operation and complications, was brought home Saturday. LcRoy, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs..L. M. Hailing spent Sunday at Albert Lea with their daughter, Mrs. C. Claussen and family, and their son, Russell and family. The latter leaves for induction this week. Dougherty -- E a r l Hammond, Maurice Jensen and R. W. Casebolt went to Des Moines Monday for their physical examination for the military service. St. Ansgar--Cadet E. J. Han- FINE DIAMONDS BETTER RING VALUES ADY'S WATCH SHOP 19 West State Phone S89 HUfMAMU tvmtHima. r^^ nif MFCMH^w Dflmorvs sen and his father, E. L. Hanson, arrived home from Bellefonte, Pa., Monday. Cadet Hansen, who was in A. S. T. P. at State college in Pennsylvania, has been granted a 30-day sick leave. Fenton--Mrs. R. C. Goetsch left for Beloit, Wis., for a week's visit with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goetsch. Garner--C. E. Proctor, Garner realtor, returned from a visit with his brother, Richard, at Sterling, 111. Mr. Proctor also attended to business matters at Odell, 111. Ridgeway--At trie meeting of the Lutheran brotherhood the following officers were chosen for the ensuing year: President, Vcr- non Brekke: secretary and treasurer, Arnold Iverson. Alta Vista--Kenneth Daly, who is stationed .at St. Paul, was home on a weekend leave. Sunday, he accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Daly, Inez Daly and Ida Gardner to Charles City to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sobolik. Ridgeway--Mrs. L. T. Fosse was 84 years old Monday and on Friday -Mrs. Theodore Anderson entertained a number o[ friends at her home in honor of the occasion. Alta Vista--Dale Fichtcl, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Fichtcl, who completed his course at Howard college. Birmingham, Ala., left Sunday for Asbury Park, N. J.. where he will be stationed at the midshipmen's school until further orders. Kake--Jancl Okland, 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iver Okland, underwent an appendec- t o m y at a hospital in Buffalo Center Friday. Scarville--Pvt. Thomas Thron- tweit of Camp Roberts, Cal., is home on a 7 day furlough. Protivin--Pfc. Delmar Schmilh , of. Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmitt and his grandmother, Mrs. A. J. Mikesh. Rake--Cpl. Oscar Vaagen, son of Mrs. Anna Vaagen, who is stationed in North Africa, has been promoted to sergeant. Hayfield--Mrs. Arnold RcnsinK went to Madison. Wis.. Saturday to visit her husband who is stationed there. Hulchins--LI. Richard Madson arrived home on furlough and is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Madson. He has been taking bombadier training at the army air forces trainirfg command station at Roswell, N, Mex. AT W/OVU YOU CAM ix up your home LOCK.SET FOft INSIDE DOOR Steel knobt in Antique Copper or Dull Brass finish. 7 by 2V4-inch plarti. Key included. 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