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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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14 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945 ' --i . J*.M^J-» .«. j..^ f tniUAX, JAKUAKX 19, 1845 ·». 25,000 Farmers in 18 to 25 Age Group to Be Called for War Duty ·*!*"· M M ·· · w ram ·Rl" * "·····(···Ml^ · ·····« »»A.,^_ _ _ ..» ' ___ - ~ · · · - · ; '. ' '. ~ ~ ~ ~ -- ·--· * . EXAMS MAY END IN LATE MARCH Most in Bracket to Be Examined in February D«s Moines, Iff) -- Brig. Gen. '. Charles H. Grahl, state selective service director, who disclosed Thursday that 25,000 lowans in the 18 to 25 age group hold agricultural deferments, expressed doubt that examination of them would be completed before spring farm work begins in late March or early April. Those holding agricultural deferments in that age bracket, according to a recent selective service directive, have been ordered to report for pre-induction physical examinations. The state director said he had been authorized by the war department to disclose that a total of 78,000 lowans held agricultural deferments. In addition, he said, a total o£ 53,000 Iowa registrants held other occupational, determents. Of this group, about 1,400 are under 26 years'of age, he said. The balk of. the' prt-Indaction examinations for the a gricnltura! - ly deferred youths In the 18-25 bracket will come in February, Grahl said. The men will be sent to Forf Leavenworth, Kan., Fort Snellingr, Minn., or Jefferson Barracks, Mo., for their examinations. To put a check on absenteeism and hold down · if ' possible job- changing and job-quitting, Grahl also said Thursday he would send a letter to all industrial firms requesting them to notify the local board concerned if any employe 18 through 37, leaves an essential job or is guilty of unreasonable absenteeism. Grahl declared these measures were necessary "to assure that everyone is carrying his full share in the prosecution of the war." At least 30 per cent of those registrants in the 18-25 agriculturally deferred, group will be rejected probably for physical reasons, Grahl estimated on the basis of past experience. The Tydings amendment, which would keep on the farm those who cannot be'replaced or whose departure would leave large sections of land uncultivated, will act to give some further deferments, he said. Eastern Star, Masons in joint Installation Manly--Mrs. Pearl Harbor was installed worthy matron of Heather Hill chapter O. E. S. at an open installation Wednesday .night in the Masonic temple. Peder Skram was installed worthy patron. Following the entrance of the 1945 offivers, Miss Laura Farrington of Kensett sang 2 numbers; Mrs. Jo Swanson of Manly gave 2 readings; and the Misses Phyl- · lis.-'Skram, Beverly Mellem and Donna .Mae 'Houston of Kensett played a piano trio. The retiring and incoming worthy matrons were presented with gifts and flowers. The past anc present worthy patron, and installing matron received gifts. The installation of officers' for the Masonic Order followed. Methodist Missionary Will Discuss Far East Nor* Springs--The Rev. Dr Anders Kristian Jensen, missionary of the Methodist church in Korea, and now in the Unitec States on furlough, will speak on . the present problems of the Fa East and particularly Korea, a the Nora Springs Methodis church at 8 p. m. Monday. He ha, traveled widely as an observer o Guarantee th* Accuracy of Your New 1945 Withholding Deductions MSE of Hi. n.w D.lbridg. Simpti- V flu* Withholding To* Chart will guarantee th* accuracy of your payroll d«fvctfans. 1ii« viribl«-Ind»x, hingtd-corii chart tyitam it compact, «aiy fo u», and ihowi deductions at lightning ipitd. Printed Jn larg* ·aty-ro-rcad fypt, arrangtd ta diner your glonc« in- Handy la lh« right cniwir. Four ·dWont for w««kly, bi-w.tHy, «mi-mcmlhTy and monthly payrotk All edition* show ifaily and mic«l- lowoui d»dVrt?cw«. DELBRIDGE SIMPLIFIED WITHHOLDING TAX CHART Price $250 ORDER YOUR COPY NOW K L I P T O LOOSE LEAF CO. IT S. Delaware Phone 45 OFFICER VISITS--Li. E. H. Barlow, commander of a B-29 plane, arrived with his wife:for a visit at the home of the Utter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James ScarceHo 'at Manly. He has been Jn the service for 3 years and for some time has been stationed at Pecos, Texas. He formerly was Instructor in Arizona and New Mexico. GRADER, SHOVEL MOVE CITY SNOW Relieve Shortage of Manpower at Decorah Decorah--Shortage of manpower to remove snow from Decorah's streets 'is causing no headache for Street Commisisoner Mike Musser. With a 10-foot grader to turn the snow into the middle o£ the street, and a motor powered scoop shovel to load 2 trucks for a short haul to the city parking lot, the job is being done as effectively and rapidly as it was back in 1940 when 60 to 80 men and a dozen trucks were used. A few men are employed in directing unloading and leveling the snow at the parking-ground. SPEEWPLAN AIDS PHARMACY Iowa City--The intensive speedup program of study apparently has stimulated scholarship in the college of pharmacy rather 'than lowered it, Dean R. D. Kuever reported Wednesday. He said that the average of all students in the college is slightly above normal for recent years with the mark for the first semes ter of 1944-45 being 2.14. "The reasons probably are tha students, realizing the amount o work they must cover, are apply ing themselves harder, the qual ity of instruction is good, and th students have the incentive t master the material because c war conditions," Dean Kuever. de dared. A grade of 2.5 or above wa made by 35 per cent of the studen body. Students are working at to speed and to the limit of thei capacities in the numerous dif ficult courses, he said. ra Springs Airman inters Pilot School Nora Springs -- Flight Officer Hoger C. Behne, 25, son of Mr. and Urs. Carl F. Behne of Nora Springs, has arrived at the basic ·Hot school at Perrin Field, Sherman, Texas, to begin his duties is flying instructor. A graduate f Nora Springs high school, Jehne worked as tool inspector for "onsolidated Aircraft, San Diego, )al., prior to entering the army ir forces. He received his commission af Moore Field, Mission Texas, Sept. 8, 1944. ,,,, . . .U...1J ,,., oij U U O t i VCi \Jl f-, , -- , world affairs in Japan, North and TT . ph ste wart returned to th South China, Malaya, Syria, Pal- Unlted States last September aft Veteran of African, Italian Wars Visits Iowa Falls--Cpl. Richard Stew art, veteran of many of the majo battles of the campaign in nort Africa and the Italian campaign is visiting his mother, Mrs. Eliz. beth Stewart, and his sister. Mi iam. Cpl. Stewart returned to th er spending 29 months in foreig service. Recently he has been con valescing at. Camp Carson, Colo He was wounded in action i Italy, and was awarded the purpl heart. Department Reports Ackley Yank Wounded Ackley--Mrs. William Wright Jr., had word from the war de partment that her husband Pv William Wright, Jr., had been ser tously wounded Jan. 1 somewher in France. He also was wounded Nov. 36 1944. William was inducted i service Feb. 28, 1944, and in Sep tember was sent overseas. He has 2 other brothers in serv ice, Oliver in Belgium and D o i somewhere in France. Pvt, Wrigh had his training as 2nd gunner a Camp Roberts, Cal. Decorah Will Receive Plane for Air Program Decorah--Assurances have beej given the local Civilian Air Pa irol that Decorah is in line to re ceive a large air plane to be use in training in connection with th pre-flight and pre-navigation pro gram, which will be in charge o the CAP. The plane will have per cent equipment. HATCHERY OPENS Garner--The Butz hatchery wil hold its opening day Saturday an visitors --ill be welcomed. Frc coffee and doughnuts will · b UTHER HOST TO Here '"There DEBATETOURNEY High Schools to Argue Lowering Voting Age Decorah--Richard Bergstrom of IB Luther college faculty an- ounced the annual invitational ebate tournament for high schools o be held on the Luther campus an. 26. High schools which have ac- pted invitations-and will enter ne or 2 teams include the folowing: Decorah, West Waterloo, VJason City, Waukon (St. Patek's), South St. Paul, New Ulm, linn., Mahkato, Minn., Concordia \cademy, St. Paul, and Eau Claire. The question this year is: Re- olved, that the voting age should 3e lowered to 18 years. Following ie final round of debate Friday vening a reception will be held or all contestants and their caches and the judges at Loyalty BURT AIRBORNE SOLDIER KILLED Lt. Floyd Stott Falls in Action in Belgium -- Burt relatives recently received word that Lt. Floyd Andrew Stott had · been killed in action in Belgium Dec. 27. Lt. Stott was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott, who moved from lurt to Lebanon,' Mo., about a year ago. He was bom at Mancato, Minn., but lived near Burt most of his life and was a graduate of the Burt high school. He was employed in the Burt Co -Op Elevator for a, time before enlisting in.the army on Feb. 10, 1941. He trained at Camp Claiborne La., and was promoted to sergean while there. In March, 1942, h was sent to Ireland, but was re tiu-ned to the United States in October to take officers 1 training He was commissioned 2nd lieu tenant, at 'Ft. Banning, Ga., in 1943, and trained there to be . paratrooper. In March, 1944, h was made first lieutenant at Cam Me Call, N. Car. He was sent overseas again lev/ months ago and had writte of being on the fighting front. Th last letter received from him wa written Christmas day. BREEDERS PLAN BRED GILT SALE Duroc Association to Offer 60 Head Jan. 24 Iowa Falls--The Iowa Falls Du roc Breeders association, a subsic iary of the Scenic City chanter the Future Farmers of Americ will offer for sale 60 bred gilts h the 25th co-operative consignmen sale Wednesday, Jan. 24 . Guy Pettit of Bloomfield and ^ O. Highland of Roland will be th auctioneers. M. C. Cramer, fielc man for the United Duroc Recor association, will attend and mak selection for those unable to a tend in person. ART TEACHERS TO ENTER WORK Iowa City--Iowa art teacher will enter their work in the at annual exhibition of teachers' ar at the University of Iowa Apn 1 through 15. Prof. Lester Long man, head of the art departmet here, announced. The affair will be held at th same time as the Iowa high schoc art exhibition, when some 500 pu pils will submit nearly 900 pieo of art work. Edwin J. Bruns, a supervisor in C e d a r Rapic schools, will manage the teacher section. Rock Falls Telephone Company Has Election Rock Falls -- The Rock Fal Telephone company held ils an nual meeting and election of of fleers Tuesday at the town hall. Officers for the year are: Presi dent, John Gorkowski; vice pres; dent, William Maher, and secre and Ed Hansen. Alta Visla -- Harry H. Fichtel nd Otto J. LenLz went to Minne- polis Wednesday to attend a lum- ?rmen's and contractors' conven- 011. Ackley--Mr. and Mrs. Irvin uebner are the proud parents of daughter born Jan. 8. Lyle, Minn--Mr. and'Mrs. Clif- rd Perkins of Otranto and Mr. nd Mrs. -Charles Hollerud and ns spent Sunday at the Clinton erkins home near Deer Creek. Manly--Claus Randall, presi- ent of the board; M. H. Barker, anager of the Manly elevator; arl Dickinson. Walter Benje- Methodists to Begin Nation Wide Campaign for Postwar Service Nora Springs -- Methodists of Nora Springs are being called by the Rev. C. D. Boggie, minister of the Jocal church, to take part in raising $25,000,000 for world relief and reconstruction, the first phase of the denomination's nation-wide Crusade for Christ program of postwar service. The local appeal, for which the goal is $1,044, will begin about the fidst of February, Mr. Boggie announced. The Methodist congregation here is part of nearly erdes, C. R. Doebel and Henry ackhaus went to Des Moines to tend the Co-Operative Grain ealers convention. Hanlontown--Ed Ambei-y, man- [er of the Farmers Co-operative evator, left for Des Moines to ttend the grain dealers' conven- on. Goodell -- Arthur Chalstrom, ho was local president of the tate Savings bank arid was in- ucted into the army, is now in aining at Jefferson Barracks, 'o. ' Kfceville--Rudy Doerr, former wner of the.creamery here, has one to Melrpse, Minn., where he, foreman in the- Kraft cheese actory. Mr. Doerr will move hisj imily to Melrose the latter parti f this month. Chester--Mrs. Sadie Hall andj on Win and Mrs. Frank Hall rere business visitors in Preston 'uesday. - ] Rockwell--Mrs. Elizabeth Hardman arrived home from a visit! fith her-daughter and family in- 3es Moines. Riceville--Mr. and Mrs. John Benson and family will move the ast of the week to Kensett where Tr. Benson has accepted the posi- !on of manager and buttermaker f the Farmers Co-op and Pro- uce Co. Plymouth--Mrs. John Witt of Dsage is a guest in the home of ler sister-in-law, Mies Martha Vitt, for a few weeks. Ackley--Cpl. Everett Koop, son f Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Koop, is lome on a 30 day furlough after eing in the European theater of var the past year. Lyle, Minn.--Charlie Foss, Henry and Cora, visited at the Ole Foss "lome near London. Bristow--Miss Joyce E. Duflield las been absent from the postol- ice force for 2 days with an attack of flu. , · Hutchins--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hiller ol Britt spent a day here with their daughter, Mrs. Walter Brooks and family. . Gooddl--Mrs. Theressa Dunham of Saskatchewan, Canada','is visiting her niece, Mrs. Arthur Ruka. Kake--Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Olson of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence Olson and family of Westby, Wis., arrived Tuesday at the parental Martin Olson home. They were called by the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. M. C. Olson. Bode--Mr. and Mrs. John Doric' of Wenatchee, Wash., are the parents of a daughter bom Jan. 3, her mother's birthday. Cfcapin--The P. T. A. of the Chapin school will meet in the schoolhouse Tuesday evening. The program will be given by Wart-, burg college of Waverly. ] Rockwell -- Emmett Campbell j went to Des Moines to attend the grain dealers' convention. Dumont--The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Knight entertained the trustees and their families of the United Brethren church at a party at the parsonage in observance of the 49th anniversary of the church. Riceville--Pvt. Mary Plunkett, of the marines is spending her! furlough at the home of her sis-! ter, Mrs. Merwin Marre and aunt,' Miss Ellen Plunkett here, and with her mother, Mrs. Ellen Plunkett of Osage. Pvt. Plunkett has had her training in North Carolina and Oklahoma and at the end of her furlough will report Jan. 28 at Santa Ana, Cal. 8,000,000 churches m e m b e r s of 41,000 in the United States which are participating in the 4- year, 5-fold program.' Garner Firemen Plan Annual Ball on Feb. 7 Garner--The Garner fire department will hold its 29th annual ball Feb. 7 at the Garner opera house, it was announced this week. Music will be furnished by'Earl and his Rhythm band. RINGSTED YANK LISTED MISSING Warren Underwood Was in Medical Corps Unit Ringstcd--Mrs. Dorothy Underwood received word Wednesday her oldest son, Warren, was missing in action in Luxembourg. He was with the medical corps and has been across "for about a year and in the 'army about 2 years. . Warren is a graduate of Ringsted high school and entered the army soon after -finishing high school: He has 2 other brothers in the service, one in England and one in the Pacific. Two other brothers are still in high school. His mother is principal in the Hingsted high school. Britt--Mrs. Ada Chaplin, local librarian. went to Ames Tuesday from .which place she boarded the '·Challenger" for Long Beach, Cal.,'to-spend a'month with her son, Eugene. During her absence, Mrs. Ray .Higdon will be acting librarian. . - Bank Assets in Chickasaw at High Mark New Hampton--The 7 banks in r»i c ^ saw county have assets of $8,939,303.88 according to their statements of Des. 20. /The First National bank in New Hampton has more than $2,700,000;. First Nashua State bank Nashua and First State bank, Fredericksburg, both over $1,200 000; Alta Vista State Bank, Alt'a Vista and Security State bank, New Hampton, over $1,000.000. Other banks in the county are Ionia Savings bank, Ionia, and State Bank of Lawler, Lawler. Twenty years ago Chickasaw county had 15 banks, the total assets then did not reach the present figure. SECURITY BANK HOLDS MEETING New Hampton Concern Declares $4 Dividend New Hampton -- The Security State bank held its annual stockholders meeting and declared a $4 dividend. J. P. Rigler, A. J. Forkenbrock, WUliam J. Mielke, A. C. Theil, and E. P. Donohue were elected to the board of directors. . The following officers were elected by the directors: J. P. Rigler, president; A. J. Forkenbrocfc and William J. Mielke, vice presidents; A. C. Theil, cashier; Miss Clyde Rouse and William J. Tier- i nan, assistant cashiers. Rake--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hetland and family of Baltic, S. Dak., spent a few days at the parental Adolph Oswald home. They came to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law, Gerhard Larson at Lake Mills. MAIL GABBIER NAMED New Hampton--Robert Beriner' an employe of the New Hampton postoffice for the past 5 years, has been. appointed carrier for rural route No. 2 to succeed Alfred J. Hill, who-retired Nov. 1. Mr. Ben- , ner will take over the route on January 22. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations ACKLEY--Ackley Garden club was to meet Friday evening in the home of Mrs. Howard Botts HANLONTOWN--T h e Hanlontown Luther League will meet at the Hanlontown Lutheran church Sunday at 8 p. m. for election of officers. PL Y M O U T H -- The Farmers Wives and Daughters club will meet Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Dvorak at their farm home. · ROCK FALLS--Benefit card I party Wednesday at the school' gym, sponesored by the Music i Mothers of Rock Falls school. DENTIST PLATE WORK 18 FIRST ST HOAR RAPIDS SOUTH E A S T DES MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY . : . budget vase your 14.95 2. White flowers and moke- believe animals on black rayon crepe. Three-tiered-skirt front. Sizes 12 to 20. 14.95 T. Printed rayon crepe fop in aqua or chartreuse and black. Slim skirt in solid black rayon crepe. Sizes 12 to 20. 14.95 3. Bfack rayon crepe two-piece dress with full, wide ruffle of white lingerie trim. Ties ar waist. Sizes 12 to 20. 14.95 --Dresses. First Floor .YOUNKERS FEDERAL AND FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY

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