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^^^s^^Â®^^ Iowa Industrial ACKLEY SCOUTS JOIN FRANKLIN. Annexation of Hardin County Unit Announced HAMPTON--Completion of ai rangements necessary for the annexation of the scout organization of Ackley, with the Franklin district- of the Winnebago council, was announced and confirmed by the attendance of men from that community at the Franklin district committee meeting held this week in Hampton. According to announcement made at the time, the annual meeting of the Winnebago council is to be held in the Hanford hotel of Mason City on Thursday, Jan 21. A council business meeting and banquet are. scheduled for that evening, though the program is to start shortly after noon. Dr. J. C. Powers, re-elected chairman of the -Franklin district announced the following appointments as operating committee chairmen for the coming year: Â· Organization and extension, C P. Rudisill; advancement, Dr J S. Rule, for court of honor, and George McBride for board of reviews; camping and activities C B. Donahue and finance, K. M. Gjertson, all of these apopintees are residents of Hampton. Karl Kaus of Ackley will head MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE .FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1943 SEE US FIRST For Your Wallpaper and Wallpaper Supplies BOOMHOWER HARDWARE the committee on health and safe ty and A. L. Wartnaby of Shef field the committee on leadershi training. Britt Group Conducts Officer Installations BRITT--The Royal Neighbor: held installation of the new offi cers at the January meeting. Mrs. Helen Nelson, installing of ficer, installed the following offi cers: Oracle, Mrs. Laura Burgardt past oracle, Mrs. Orvetta Bartik vice oracle, Mrs. John Dimond. Recorder, Mrs. Raleigh Fannen receiver, Mrs. Blanche Foster chancellor, Mrs. Ralph Anderson inner sentinel, Mrs. Hattie Hesley, and managers,. Mrs. Swai Rapp, Mrs. Hattie Hesley and Mi- Bess Sheets. SAY HAMPTON BOY'MISSING' Was Aboard Juneau Lost at Guadalcanal' 1 'i HAMPTON--Quentin W. Han sen, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hansen of Hampton, is reported missing in action according to word received by his parents from the navy department. He was aboard the 6,000 ton light cruiser, Juneau, lost las November in the battle of Guadalcanal. He'enlisted in the n^val reserve Jan. 7, 1941, and was home on furlough last May. His parents last word from him was a letter dated Oct. 18. Hansen was born at Coulte Oct. 11, 1918,-and attended schoo at Coulter and Latimer. Befon enlisting he was employed at thi John Deere factory in Waterloo A brother, Sherwood, is a mem ber of the U. S. army air corps in training at the technical schoo at Burkley Field, Denver, Colo. BUY FURNITURE NOW! ^__ _ Â· l ' ' * We Have Living Room Suites ------ with Steel Spring Construction ^^^^^^^^''^^"^^^^^^Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·i Studio Couches OVER NOVEMBER Industry Raises Figure 6.7 Per Cent in Year DES MOINES, (/P)--Industria employment in Iowa last montl was 4.1 per cent ahead of the previous month and 6.7 per cen higher than December, 1941, th state bureau of labor reported Friday. Total'pay rolls last month ^ 9.4 per cent higher than November and 23.5 per cent above December of the previous year. The average industrial worker's salary in December was $34.00 a week for 46 hours of work. The percentage of women employed last month was 29.5 pei cent of the total, a gain of 1 per cent over November. All the industrial divisions showed increases in the number of employes except the stone anc clay products division. Prominent Farmer, George Lewis, Dies in Eagle Grove Home EAGLE GROVE -- George H Lewis, 78, retired farmer, died a his residence Tuesday evening Jan. 12, following a lingering illness. Funeral, services were hole at the Wilson chapel Thursday Jan. 14, at 2 p. m., in charge oi the Rev. Harry Throckmorton pastor of the Baptist church Burial was made in Rose Hill cemetery, Eagle Grove. He is survived by four daughters and one son. The daughters are: Mrs. Geneva Sanders, Mrs Atta Christensen, Mrs. Mary Bernard, and Mrs, Helen Jergenson of Eagle Grove' and the son is Carl R., of Webster. City. He was born in Paris Corners Wis., and came to Wright, county 71 years ago, residing here ever since. He had been a member o: the board of directors of the Security Savings bank of this city for many years; Mrs. Lewis died several years ago. Gamer Lutheran Church Names Officers of 1943 GARNER--The annual election of officers for the Miller Lutheran church was held Thursday after- loon-at the church parlors. The following officers were elected: Vice president, Winfred Johnson; secretary, Petei- Juhl; reasurer, Oscar Nyhus; trustee 'or three years; Clarence : Hem; rustee for one year, Ned Johnson; deacon, K. P. Juhl: Sunday school uperintendent, Howard Taylor; ssisiant superintendent, Lawence Juhl. Pianist, Mrs. Oscar Nyhus; as- istant pianist, Mrs. A. H. Beal; anitor, Gabe Paulson; delegates o -the district convention, Mrs. Vinfred Johnson; alternate, Mrs. C. Norland; delegate to circuit onvention, Rufus Schott and Mrs. Allen Hallett, and alternates, Clarence Hein and Mrs. Rufus Schott. Board of Christian Education, Clarence Hein; committee for pledges, Allen Hallett. Howard Laylor. Theo. Rogness and K. P. fuhl, and ushers, Harold Juhl and Wayne Taylor. with Steel Spring Construction Lounge Chairs with Steel Spring Construction 85% of our present stock cannot be replaced from manufacturers today. The manufacturers have gone to war--molting war materials. BE WISE! BUY NOW! larksville Loses 2nd to Armed Forces CLARKSVTLLE -- For the sec- n'd time this year the coach of the Â· Clarksville high school has answered the call of his country and , been inducted into the army. Wilbur Fatka, the latest one to go, was inducted from Greene county last week, jjnd later informed the school officials that he had successfully passed his examination and was inducted. He had previously been rejected by an examining board for a minor physical disability which has been corrected. Early last fall, A. F. Hemphill, who also was coach here, was inducted into the service by the Floyd .county board. The school board has hired Miss Joyce Thompson of Farmersburg to take over the classes of Mr. Fatka, and Superintendent R. K. Thompson will assume the coaching duties for the remainder of this year. | TERMS: UP TO 12 frlQNTHS TO PAY T Y L E R - R Y A N FURNITURE CO. 29 Stcond St. S. E. Mason CUy 1ST BABY LEAVES HOSPITAL HUTCHINS--Rita Jean Weiland and her mother, Mrs. Bichard Weiland. left the Mercy hospital at Mason City where the baby was born New Year's .day. They will stay for a time with Mrs. Wciland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Benham of Mason City before returning home. Rita Jean is the baby who won the gifts offered by Mason City merchants for being the first child born in 1943 limits. within the Mason City DENTIST wwcnce _ __ ._ .PLATE WORK 18 F I R S T ST.rEDflBHaplOS SOUTH EAST DESMOINES MÂ«SnN C I T Y SIOUX CITY IS 4,1 PER CENT Sheffield Units RUTH B, ROHOE Pick Officers for New Year SHEFFIELD -- Sheffield Odd Fellows lodge' No. 422 and White Lily Rebekah lodge No. 137 installed officers Tuesday evening in a joint installation ceremony i Â« juini.. jiuM.uuui.iujL izeicjiiuny. wiiiium Jennings juryan avrivec Installing officers were district in Osage Thursday afternoon to 2Dutv nresirient. Mr! _T T* \iicit TMTth v,Â«*. ~Â«Â« ~.,j t *, Â». deputy president, Mrs. J. ---*--- f~ --.Â«.Â»*--Â·Â·Â·Â·( *it*.j, u. if. tf^jii. tvii.ii ni;i auij jciia lamiiv Mr Wheaton and staff of Sheffield .and Mrs. R. Bryan Owen until nnn rtieti*tnt rlorÂ»,tt\r r^in.4 M ....i n .~ ** A ~.j ' "** lii and district deputy grand master Walter Harmon and staff o Hampton. The officers ror the Rebekah are Mrs. Alpha Carpenter, pas noble grand, Mrs. Orin Schfeck- ingost, noble grand; Mrs. E. S Schrupp, vice grand; Mrs. R. C Skeries, secretary; Mrs. A. A Perrin, treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn Mateer, warder; Mrs. Everett Engebretson, conductor; Mrs. Floyc Edgington, R. S. N. G.; Mrs. Lul Storck, L. S. N. G. -, Etta Mae Knapp, inside guard Dorothy Crawford, outside guard Gladys Gross, R. S. V. G., Bessie James, L. S. V. G.; Mrs. J. J Wheaton, musician; Mrs. H. R F r o n i n g, chaplain; Mrs. Jack Reetz, R. ,S. SI; May Froning L. S. S.;-Mrs. Sam Gray, color bearer. The officers for the Odd Fellows lodge are.W. E. Ward, noble grand; M. R. Newell, vice grand Don Vail, secretary; A. L. Wartnaby, treasurer; George Wiseman warden; Will Massee, conductor, A. A. Perrin, chaplain; George Terrill, R. S. N. G.; A. J. Cook L. S. N. G.; R. C. Skeries R. S. V G.; Elmer Kappen, L; S. V. G. Claude Thurston, inside guard, Ted Laskowski, outside guard Floyd Edgington, R. S S.; C. L. Edgington, L. S. S.; Harold Oldag past noble grand. RITES PLANNED FOR ANNIE MOE St. Ansgar Wdfnan, 81, to Be Buried Saturday ST. ANSGAR--Miss Annie Mae, age 81, died Wednesday evening of a lingering illness at the home of her sister, Mrs. Amelia Thorm. Â· Born at Dodgeville, ' Wis., she came with her family in 1869 to Iowa where they settled at St. Ansgar and has been a resident of this vicinity since that time. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Amelia Thorsan and several nieces and nephews; Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon with prayer service at the home of her niece, Miss Clare Moe, at 1:30, and at 2 Yclock at the First Lutheran rhurch, the Rev. O. A. Langehough iff i elating. Burial will be in the First Lutheran cemetery. EICHENBERGER GETS RELEASE Dismissed When Board Makes Reclassification ALGONA--Ernest Edward Eichenberger of Lakota, who was charged with violation of the se- ective service act by reason of ailure to report for induction, has been reclassified by the Kossuth county local board into class 2-C, as a necessary agricultural work- This action was taken by the oard after consideration of the act that the brother, Lloyd, was nducted into the army on a regu- ar call from this board on Oct. 27, 1942, and that the only other irother, Bernard, had enlisted in he army air corps on Nov. 27 1942. The case of the United States igainst Ernest Eichenberger has herefore been dismissed by the United States district attorney for northern Iowa, T. E. Diamond, in accordance with an agreement Â·cached at Sioux City between Jiamond, Col. Oliver P. Bennett, head of the legal section of state elective service headquarters, and ^ester L. Leases, chairman of the ocal board. Ernest Eichenberger had claimed hat he was a conscientious ob- ector and appealed to the district joard of appeal on that basis, and also on the grounds of being a necessary occupational worker. The appeal was denied after in- Â·estigation by the Federal Bureau jf Investigation. Ernest, at a hear- ng before the board following his ailure to report for induction, tated he refused to bear arms ecause of his conscientious ob- ections, but that he was willing to ;o to a work camp for conscien- ious objectors. He was reported o the U. S. district attorney and ubsequeatly arrested on a federal varrant and released on bond awaiting trial. It is the province of the local oard to determine who shall be elected for service in the armed orces and who shall be retained in lis civilian occupation in order to urther war effort. Therefore the local board decided that with the acute shortage of manpower, the interests of the government would best be served by retaining Ernest on the farm rather than by having him confined or sent to a work camp. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from yonr Globe-Gazette I carrier boy. VISITS OS AGE Addresses High School Assembly During Stay O S A G E--Mrs. Hull) Bryan Owen Rohde, daughter of the late William Jennings Bryan, arrivec visit with her son and family, Mr Monday. Mrs. Rohde addressed the Knife and Fork Dinner club, Waterloo Wednesday evening, speaking or "This Business of Diplomacy.' Since her last visit to Osage, she has been busily filling speaking engagements, and completing hei recent book, "Look Forward, Warrior." 4 Mrs. Rohde says that the two important things happening to her of late, were the birth of a granddaughter, Dec. 2 (to Mr. and Mrs H. Bryan Owen of Osage) and the publishing of her new book, Jan 5. Of both, she says, she is equally proud. .While in Osage, Mrs Rohde will address a high school assembly. PLAN RITES FOR MRS. JOHNSON Native of Norway Dies at Home Near Algona A L G O N A--Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Victor Johnson, 68, who died Tuesday at her farm home east of Algona. The services were held at the Swedish Lutheran church at 2 o'clock with the Rev. E. K. Kelson, pastor of the church, in charge Mrs. Johnson came directly from Norway to Algona, 50 years ago in 1892. Three years later, in 1895, she was married in Algona to Victor Johnson. They had eleven children, two of whom died in infancy One son died in 1935 and another son died in 1942. Mrs. Johnson is survived by her husband;' one son, Hjalmar Johnson* of Algona, and six daughters, Mrs. Ross Calhoun and Mrs Arthur Hagg of Algona; Mrs. Ruth Davidson of Dalton, S. Dak.; Mrs. Lillian Anderson of Wahoo, Nebr Â·' Mrs,. Helen Seeley, of Dolliver, and Mrs. Evelyn Sorensen of Luverne Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations TITONKA--The third lesson or Women Co-operators of .the Farm Bureau will be held Friday afternoon with Mrs. Lou Huber Miss Alma Schultz, home demonstration agent of Algona, will ead the discussion * * * BRITT -- The Britt Woman's club will meet Tuesday, Jan 19 at 2:30 p. m. at the club room in the library. Mrs. C. F. Ashman will have charge of the program, "he tea committee is Mrs H K Morgan, Mrs. Francis Redden and Mrs. George Papodakes. GENEVA--On Tuesday, Jan 19 the annual Father and Son banquet will be held in the Methodist church dining room. Mews Items About Eagle Grove Boys With Armed Forces EAGLE GROVE--Pvt. Ronald -. Higgins. who is stationed at Geiger Field. Wash., has been promoted to the rank of corporal. Jennings Stockdale is stationed it Camp White, Oregon. Pvt. Lamar Perdicaris, stationed at Oceanside, Cal., has returned o resume service, following a visit with his mother here. Kermit Fjctland, stationed in Virginia, visited friends, here this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Noonan received -a long distance message, rom point not stated, to the ef- ect that their son, Lieut. Maurice J. Noonan expected to be called lor overseas duty soon. Spencer Smith, Russell Black- nan, Marion Lester, and .Robert Wehrheim, who left Eagle Grove about a month ago, are stationed at Camp Sibert, Ala. John Miller and Robert Fisher are located at Camp Joseph T Robinson, in Arkansas. Pvt. John Buhner is stationed at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Pvt. Boger Reuvers, who has been at Camp White, Ore., for several months, has been transferred to Fort Ord. Cal. Warren Wilson, who is in the marines, has completed his boot :rammg, and is stationed at Ca'mn Elliott, Cal. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Corre- spondentsin North Iowa and Southern Minnesota NORTHWOOD--- Mrs. Arlo Russell left Wednesday evening for Mineral Wells, Tex., to spend about 10 days with her husband, who is in the armed forces at a camp near there. LYLE, Minn.^Mrs. Louis M. Wall and infant daughter returned from the Savre hospital Wednesday afternoon and will be at the parental Ed Grovo home until both mother and daughter are able to join Lieutenant Wall in Texas. NORA SPRINGS--Gus Meier went to the Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday for treatment, returning home Friday GAB NEK-- The Garner Girl Reserves will hold a bake sale at the Central States- Electric company office here Saturday, Jan 16 NEW HAMPTON--Lewis Heiselman, John Ralph and Charles Reilly have been appointed inheritance tax appraisers for Chickasaw county. OSAGE -- Merle W i l l i a m s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams, begins her duties as general office assistant at Bechtel, Price, and Callahan Construction company, Minneapolis, next Monday morning. Miss Williams has been employed at Montgomery Ward's order office for the past six years, having been manager for the past five and a half years. The new Montgomery Ward office manager is to be Mrs. Thelma Tucker, the former Thelma Nims, who at one time resided at Osage. NASHUA--Lynn Rust, former Nashua druggist, and later employed by the Walgreen Drug company of Waterloo, has recently been promoted to manager of the Walgreen store at Burlington, where he has been employed for the past few years. LEROY, Minn.-- Mr. and Mrs. Matt Klossy went to Rochester and on Tuesday Mrs. Klassy submitted to an operation at Colonial hospital. FENTON-- Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and Ivan went to Iowa Falls Wednesday for a week's visit at the home of the former's sister and husband, the Horace Tracys. THOMPSON-- The m e m b e r s and their wives of the Thompson Fire company gave their annual oyster stew Monday evening with 26 present. OSAGE--Mrs. Elizabeth Barney, who has been residing with her aunt, Mrs. Will Clay, since Mr. Clay's death, left Thursday for her home in Syracuse, New York. I-ELAND --Marion Huglen and a .group of workmen began the first of the week cutting ice and filling the ice house for his butcher shop. The ice is being taken Crom the Winnebago river and is ?ood quality and about 18 inches thick. OSAGE--Dr. and Mrs. C. E. JuhL are leaving for Ft. Worth Tex., this week, to remain for the winter. During their absence, Dr. Glen Richards, cousin, of Mrs. Juhl, will assume the veterinarian's practice. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Shellady will occupy the Juhl GARNER --The Concord MASONS INSTALL OfFKKKS HAMPTON-- Newly installed od ficers of Anchor lodge No. 191, A^, F. A. M., are: Worshipful mas-J ter, George A. Klousia; senior^ warden, Robert Donaldson; junior^ warden, H. W. Jorgensen; secre-*, Pro- tary, J. L. Siraonsen; treasurer,^ -- e Concord Pro- tary, J. Â»-Â·. oimonsen; treasurer, gressive club held its first meeting Fred A. Keepf; senior deacon', Dr. 1 of the year at the home ait Mr. and D. K. Maneely; junior deacon, JÂ» residence. EAGLE GROVE--Miss Irene VISITS IN STILSON ^TILSON--Andrew Christopher of Madison, S. D., spent the past veek m the home of his nephew Hharley J. Anderson and family nd also visited in the homes of .eonard and Harold Schwab. Mr. Christopher and his parents were among the pioneer settlers of Joone township and homesteaded he farm north of Stilson now iccupicd by the Clark Kiley fam- ly. , -- Â·Â·-Â·-.Â»Â« * Â«-. Aiiuo - l l t M J C Totlhon, has gone to Davenport, where she has been transferred by the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. SWALEDALE-- Mr. and Mrs. William Hodsan ami daughter, Margaret, have returned from a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hodson. Muskegon Mich NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sherman received a telephone call.Tuesday evening from their daughter, Mrs. Don Adams 3f Wilmar, Minn., informing them that the Adams' were being moved by the Montgomery Ward company, by whom Mr. Adorns is employed, to Portage, Wis. Mr. Adams was formerly in the employ of Gildner Brothers at Mason City. LUVERNE-- Mrs. P. C. Lichty fell on the icy sidewalk near her home Monday afternoon and suffered a broken bone in her left wrist. POPEJOY-- Mrs. A. R. Conner entered the hospital at Iowa Cily, Wednesday, for treatment and probably surgery. for abdominal trouble. Mrs. Conner has been under the care of a physician for several weeks. MESERVEY--Mrs. Albert Wendel has been called to Faribault, Minn., by the illness of her father, Mr. Studer. KANAWHA--Mr, and Mrs. Harry Hamlin and family and her father, Elmer Kalvig, all of Dubuque, were recent visitors with the Elmer Kalvig family here. Mr. Kalvig is employed in a packing plant at Dubuque. LE ROY, Minn.--Mrs. K. Hailing and six months old son, Gary came home Tuesday from St. Olaf hospital, Austin, where the baby was taken for care for bronichal pneumonia. W A U C O M A -- E n s i g n George Roberts has completed officers' training at Annapolis. Md., and is spending one week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts, before leaving for the cast coast. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 Mrs. E. W. Bradwell recently. JOICE --Mrs. Walter Bergland and Mrs. Alfred Kingland are both recovering after operations at Mason City hospitals. EAGLE GROVE--Cpl. Howard Murphy, who has been stationed at Camp Murphy, Fla., has been transferred to Nashville, Tcnn. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Elaine Baker returned to her home here Wednesday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City, where she had undergone an operation for appendicitis on Monday, Jan. 4. ALEXANDER--Sgt. John Stoffer of Camp Carson, Colo., left Tuesday evening after a 10 day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Staffer. v MESERVEY-*Pvt. Albert Kuhlers, Jr., returned to Los Angeles, Cal., after spending a furlough with home folks here WAUCOMA-- Lt. Neil Webster grandson of Mrs. Dollie Webster of Mason City, has concluded a visit here with his mother, Mrs. Hazel Webster, and has gone to the east coast. L U V E R N E--The Elon French family living southeast of Luverne is moving to California, where Mr. French has employment. Mrs. French is the former Esther Zweifel and was born in Luverne. PLYMOUTH--Mr. a n d Mrs. Verl Stuhrer are the parents of an 8 pound 12V4 ounce boy born Sunday. FENTOV-- Mr. and Mrs. John Light left Wednesday morning for Hot Springs, Ark., for an indefinite stay. GARNER--Ye Friendly Folke club was entertained here recently SWALEDALE--Edwin "ingha'rn" who has been visiting with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Ingham, returned to his work in Hastings, Nebr. William Feezer accompanied Â·5jm and will be employed there NORA SPRINGS--Marilyn Hennigar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Hennigar of Charles City and formerly of Nora Springs, underwent an appendectomy at the Mercy hospital in Mason City NEW HAMPTON-- Frank Kipp veteran fireman at^ the power Plant here, has resigned. He will be the janitor at St. Mary's church. Kay Hackman will succeed him at the power plant. KAY MURPHY JOINS WAACs NEW HAMPTON--Miss Kathrny Murphy, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murphy of Lawler has enlisted in the WAAC and Monday reported for induction at Fort Des Moines. MO Â«Â«Â«Â· MONMCH races--Jl In E. Starner; senior steward, C. s Donahue; junior steward, W. E. Â· Miller, and Tyler, L, E. Stone-! braker. Select Your VALENTINES for service men NOW at MERKEL'S Mail Them Early SPECIAL SELLING! 4 LUC1ENIELONC FOR A LIMITED TIME FOUR CAKES I-ucfen Lclong's Perfumed Soap 19 simply luscious--Â· treat every time you useil. 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