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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1945
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 19*6 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Resolution Would Require Legislature to Meet Annually CENSUS TAKERS ATTEND SCHOOL Will Get Instruction in Taking Crop Data Alxona---A' school of instruction will be held for county agricultural census takers this week at the U. S. O.-building: Hay Walsh, district supervisor, Ft. Dodge will instruct , ','.'. .' - " '' ' The agricultural census taken each 5 years collects data on crop acreage, number of acres..of crop land in farms, breakflown of special crops, an animal census, yearly egg production, butter and milk used by the family, value of farm products used and the amount sold. ' , . Half a Yank WOULD REMEDY Wounded in Luxembourg Ringsted--Pvt. Kenneth Peiter- sen was slightly wounded Jan. 3 while with Gen. Patton's 3rd army in Luxembourg; He was hospitalized for 5 days and his family here has' word from him that he is now attached to a reserve unit. G.I. for 2nd Time Wesley -- Mr. and Mrs;, R. C; Bauer received a-telegram from the war department Saturday reporting their soh.'Pvt. John Bauer, 19, was missing in action in Luxembourg since Dec. 30. The Bauers received word in November that John was missing at the time, but just before Thanksgiving the government reported -he had returned safely to his outfit. In' private life Pvt. Peitersen was manager of an elevator at Haifa and lived in Ringsted. His wife and'3 children as well as his parents and other relatives reside here. He has a younger brother in the navy with the Atlantic fleet. WILL GIVE BALL FOR POLIO FUND Algona War Prisoner Camp Staff Sponsor . Algona--A 'president's ball will be held Friday at.-the PW camp here, with the camp staff and Chamber of Commerce co-operating. Proceeds from the affair will be divided between the national and county infantile paralysis CRESCO SOLDIER DIES IN BELGIUM Cresco--Mrs. Hugh Broad wate received word from the war department that her husband T/5 Broad water, died in Belgium Dec. 27 as a result of wounds received in action. He was with Patton's TAIL-END RUSH Measure Introduced by Rep/Gene Poston (D) Des Moines, (JP)--The Iowa legislature would meet annually under- a joint resolution introduced into the house by Rep. Gene Poston (D-Corydon). It was the 2nd measure placed before the legislature-Monday which would require an amendment to the state constitution. Senator George Faul (R-Des Moines} filed a joint resolution asking for a constitutional amend^ ment to lower the minimum voting age for lowans from 21 to 18. In proposing his resolution, Poston declared that "for the past 30 years dozens of good bills have been thrown into the waste basket because of the tail-end jrush." He 'asserted that 90-day session In odd numbered;years and a 30-day session in even-numbered years "would remedy many bad practices in pnr legislative setup." The legislature now meets only in odd numbered years. Iowa's employment security.and workmen's compensation l a w s were expected to come in for early consideration by both houses with bills filed in the lower house, and being readied for the senate. In- foundation. Mrs. Eva Willey is chairman of the latter. ..American Legion, posts in the county are co-operating in the ticket sales as are" local business houses. The grand march will open at 9 p. m. Dancing will be at the officers club and in case of extra room being necessary the post theater will be used. 14th mechanized cavalry. He enlisted in the service at Coshocton, Ohio, in September, 1943. He went overseas in September, 1944. He received his training at Fort Lewis, Wash.; Camp White, Ore.; Fort Riley, Kans.; Camp Maxie, Texas. ATTENDS MEETING Hayfield--A. C. Taylor went to Cedar Rapids Monday to attend the annual agency meeting of the Mutual Fire ; and Tornado association of which organization he is one of the directors. INFANT BURIED Iowa Falls -- A prayer service for Sandra Jean Daniels, 11-day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Daniels, was held at the Wood funeral chapel Monday with the Rev. Ella Sours, pastor of the church, .in - charge of the service. Burial \yas made in Union cemetery. ' . -. · RITES AT WESLEY Wesley -- Funeral services for Clarence Hanig, 18, who died at his home south of town Thursday noon, were held Saturday at St. Joseph's Catholic church \vith the Rev. John Nepple of St. Benedict in charge. He had been an invalid since birth. troduced- Monday in the house measures to lift the maximum payment for unemployment insurance from the present $15 to 518 a week. The workmen's compensation bills in the lower chamber would raise the top payment for occupational injuries from $15 to $18 a week and payments would start on -the 15th day after injury instead of the 22rid day. · ; . ' · · ' . A bill known Ss the "second injury- c ompensation act" to take care of .injured workers who enter employment wih arms, lees or eyes already missing also was Introduced in the house. Official notice of the .cigarette shortage was taken: by Hep E. J. Morrissey (R-Valeria), who filed a bill to allow local government bodies'to reduce the cigarette license fee to 50 per cent of normal "while the cigarette shortage is in effect."'He said many ·merchants were forced,to quit the cigarette business because the small volume didn't pay them to-buy a license. A measure to eliminate "all visible forms of advertising of beers and malt liquors including where and from whom they could be purchased" was introduced, by Rep. William M. Smith (D-Mil- fbrd). . - . · ' The- senate was expected_ to MISSING BRITT AIRMAN KILLED 1 st Lt. Alan Jacobson Downed Over Germany Britt--Word has been received here from the war department through the -International Red Cross that 1st Lt. Alan R. Jacobson, son of Chris Jacobson of Britt, was killed in Action 'over Germany Nov. 9. He had previously been reported missing. Lt. Jacobson's wife, the former Marguerite Hall, 1 lives in the Colonial apartments in Mason City. A brother, Harold, is with the army in France, a brother Robert, lives in Britt, and a sister Betty, lives in Chicago. Lt. Jacobson entered the service in February, 1942, and wen overseas" in April, 1944. He was a fighter pilot and wore the air medal with 4 oak leaf clusters and the distinguished flying cross. Along with the message'. of hi death came an expression of sym pathy from the secretary of war with the statement that a con firmatory letter .follows. STACYVILLE MP GUARDS ARMY HQ Sgt. Wilfred Gilles Meets World Leaders Sixth Army Group, France-Notable personages of world-wide importance, including President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill are among those who have commended the work of military police company n o w guarding the headquarters of the 6th army group--under, which are the American 7th and French 1st armies in France. These MPs, chosen for their intelligence, physique. and military bearing, have, guarded hundreds of famous people since the MPs landed in North Africa in November, 1942. But these duties are only a side line along with their regular job of traffic control, patrolling and headquarters guard duty. In addition they also do town patrol work alongside the French civilian police. Among-the soldiers in this military police company Is Sgt. Wilfred J. Gilles of Stacyville. Sheffield Plant Head Accepts Chicago Post Sheffield--Verne Rutledge, Mason City, who has been superintendent of the Sheffield Brick and Tile Co., the past 2 years, has re- HERE and THERE Kanawha -- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thompson and - Mrs. William Thompson and 2 daughters, visited their sons, Richard Thompson and Duane Thompson in Chicago recently. The boys have been stationed at Norfolk,; Va., for the past 3 months, and are now at Pittsburgh where they are waiting for their new LST ship. St. Ansgar -- Mrs. Alex Quindt arrived, home from Chicago where she visited a month with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Grinnen and family. ' Kana wha-- Mrs ; ' Hazel G oss re- Garner-- Lt. (j. g.) JohnJBrueck- ner, left Wednesday afteT visiting here on leave. He has completed his training in aircraft maintenance at Memphis, Tenn., and has been assigned to the bureau o£ aeronautics at Washington, D. C. He is in the naval reserve. Otrahto -- J. P. Hansen was a business caller at Waterloo ,recently. Bancrofl^Arnold H. Delperdang, Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting his wife and daughter at the parental Les Delperdang home. Ar- signed her position as music instructor in the local high .school and has returned to her, home in Des Moines. St. Ansgar--Shirley Knutson of Long Beach, Cal., is visiting for 2 weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knutson. Sexton--Miss Mary McMahon o£ Chicago came to visit her mother, Mrs. Essie McMahon, who is a patient in the Kossuth hospital. Iowa Falls--Arthur L. Porter, dairy State extension specialist, Iowa college, will speak at a meeting of dairy herd owners at Alden Tuesday evening. Calmar--Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Condon are the parents of a son born at the Decorah hospital. Bristow--Three young men of .. signed and accepted a similar position with the Brisch Brick Co., Chicago. Orville Endriss, plant foreman, 'has been promoted to superintendent. Your Studebaker dealer have on its calendar Tuesday bills increasing-the annual, salary of. the governor from $7,500 to $10,000 and boosting yearly salaries of district court judges from 85,000 to $6,000. A state health department bill Which would substitute county boards pi health for some 1,600 on Oi township : boards of health ran Bible, into some hot opposition in the house Monday, and trie house pub- lie health committee took the measure under advisement. In spealdns for the proposed consolidation, Dr. Walter L. Bier- ring, state health director, said it would result's in more efficient methods .for handling contagious diseasescuid in maintaining proper health standards throughout the state, and particularly in populated war plant areas. Spokesman . for the opposition was Mayor Forrest Olsen of .Sioux City, who contended, as a.repre- sentative of the cities and towns that the cities would have to pay the majority o£ the. cost of siich a health program because of their concentration of population. In return, he declared, these cities would not get their proportionate share of the benefits. A 253-page b;/ sponsored by the state commerce commission which would place regulation of all intrastate air commerce under the commission was being studied by the house aeronautics committee. The commission would have broad powers in the regulation of fares, routes, schedules and other commercial air line activities un- Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations ALEXANDER -- The Victory Group of the United Society'will meet Thursday evening at the home of rMrs. Grace :Tinkey. cHurch of "Allison will hold a potluck . supper at its church dining room Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. Following the supper, the Rev. John F. Schortinghuis' will speak on "Outstanding Women in the ' ALEXANDER--The Ladies Aid Society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the church basement. LUVERNE -- The Presbyte ria n Women's Association will meet Wednesday afternoon in t h e church parlors. MANLY--Mrs. L. O. Knudson and Mrs. James Pinta will be joint hostesses to the Sunnysicie circle Friday evening at the Knudson home. JOICE--The Bristol Ladies Aid will be entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home o£ Mrs. Albert Hanson. MANLY--Mrs. Frank Ralston was to be assisted by Mrs. Mac Randall Tuesday evening in entertaining the Mystery -circle at the home of the former. JOICE--The meeting- of the Victory .club which was postponed last .week because of bad weafiier, will be held Wednesday evening this week-at the school gym. IOWA FALLS--The Women's auxiliary of the Baptist. church will meet at the parsonage Thurs- CHAMBER PLANS ANNUAL MEETING To Elect 4 Directors, 1 0 Members to Bureau Iowa Falls -- The annual meeting arid banquet of the Iowa Falls Chamber of Commerce will be held Monday evening, Feb. 12, P. K. Wright, secretary, announced. Ballots have been mailed to members, and 4 directors will be elected from the following nominees: Frank Pettibone, Robert Santee, Hjalmar Johnson, Argyle Borland, Bernard Wagoner, Richard Rollins, Glenn H. Kurtz and Howard Ma'cManus. . . Ten new members oE the, Merchants Bureau will be named, from the following nqmmees: v ^.^.-L. Klo've, E. Al'Kranklin, W; K^'Armentrout, Manning Ho well, Bert Houg, Cecil Flack, E. D. Emal, W. W. Baker, G. F. Chiquet, Arthur Westbury, Mrs. Ethel Dickson LeMoind, Miss Pearl Nielsen, U. T. Walsh, K. G. Mansdorfer, A. J. Strutz, C. W. Peterson, David Steel, Verne Sprout, and. L. H. our senior class, Richard Daniels, Claire Merfeld and Willie Behrends, left here and were to enroll at Wartburg college, Waverly, to begin school Monday. Rock Falts-^-Marvin McKee of the navy, is'visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D.' A. Gildner, on. a week's leave from his duties at Farragut, Idaho. Ackley -- Cpl. Leona Diemer is home on a furlough to visit her mother, Mrs. O. Dieme* For the past 2 years she has been with the WACs in government service stationed at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Nora Springs--A son, Richard Duane, was born to~ Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daily Jan. -1, 1945, in Seattle, Wash., where Mrs. Daily, the former Shirley Ashmore, is making her home with her mother, Mrs. Fern Ashrnore. Mr. Daily, aviation machinist's mate 3/c, is in the Pacific , war area, having left the states late in November. Bancroft--T; D. Garry entered the Veteran's hospital at Des Moines for medical treatment. Allison--J. W. Boyd returned from the University . hospital at Iowa City where he underwent an operation for the removal of a cataract from his eye. · Latimer--Calvin - Muhlenbruck discharge from the-navy." Cresco--Mrs. Thomas V. Darby left for California Saturday to visit her daughters, Phyllis, who is instructor of rnusic in ; the Burbank city schools, and Luanne who attends Glendale Junior college. Goodell--Pvt. and Mrs. Harmen Tramp el and Larry of Camp Chaffee. Ark., are enjoying a visit in the parental Henry Busse and Trampel homes. · Northwood--S/Sgt. Cecil- Jones son of Mr. and Mrs'. Charles Jones, arrived horr.e after servini 2 years overseas. .He has serve in Australia, New Guinea and th Philippines. He mil spend a 3' day furlough with relatives am friends. ' ,' Kanawha--Cpl. Robert Fetro\ and-his wife visited in the horn of his brother, George Fetrow an family. Cpl. Fetrow is statione at Camp Gruber, Okla. St. Ansgar--Robert Hegland re turned from Minneapolis wher he spent a few days visiting hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hej land. CONTINUE LYON TRIAL TO FEB. 5 Emmetsburg Attorney . Appointed as Counsel Emmelsburg, -(IP)--The trial of Clyde and Merton .Lyon, Des VIoines brothers accused,of sKoor- ng and assaulting Howard Knight, Emmetsburg farmer, last October,'?] Monday was ordered continued until Feb. 5 alter the brothers requested additional time .to prepare f o r trial. " - . . ' · Their request followed appointment of'W. J. Fisher, Emmetsburgi attorney, as counsel for the. de-; ; fense by Judge F-red M. Hudson. ] The shooting allegedly occurred' when Knight ordered the brothers,' who were hunting pheasants, off his land. · . · Former Spillville Man Dies at St. Paul, Minn. Spillville--Word reached relatives here of the death of Benesh; 9,' at St. Paul. He was born in Spillville, later] moving to Ft. Atkinson and St Paul. His wife, Mary Martinek, Ft. Atkinson, preceded him death. Four children survive. St. Ansgar--Bertram Zanzowj pharmacist; mate 1/c of the nava hospital's corps, who has stationed in the South Pacific lo: the past 20 months is home on 30 day leave visiting his parent* Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Zanzow. Here's what science says about cigarettes; of the navy. New York City, is visiting his parents, Mr.-and-Mrs. George Muhlenbruck. .' ; · Britt--B. J. Johansen came from Minneapolis to look after _his farms in .this county and to spend a few days with Britt relatives. . Sours. 2 Real Estate Deals Completed at Ventura Ventura--Two real estate deals were completed in Ventura last week. Miss Addie Price sold her home to Walter Neuberger and possession will be given Marqh 1. Albert Schlicting of Goodell has purchased the Sidney Halford home which is at present occupied by Mr. and Mrs. O. Con well. VYAY . ORDINARY CIGARETTC EXTRA LENGTH PROTECTS THROAT THE EXTRA LENGTH OF TOBACCO ACTS AS AN EFFECTIVE NATURAL FILTER IN REDUCING THROAT IRRITATION FOUND IN CIGARETTE SMOKE* 'Reported by a promfmeat testing laboratory ffouHneveryaess tficy cost'you -/ess day' afternoon. CRESCO--Third district presi- T HROUGHOUT the war, Studebakcr dealers have become recognized more and more as useful members of their communities. In order to do everything possible to keep cars and trucks in service, they constantly endeavor to get new and better tools and equipment. They continue to train their mechanics in special procedures worked out by Studebaker factory experts. They gladly supply the public with reliable information on wartime regulations covering car and truck operations. Studebaker dealers realize the war is far from over yet. They will gladly continue to do everything they can to help you keep your car or truck rolling. der this proposed merce act" 'Iowa air com- ATTEND FUNERAL, Hayfield--Many, relatives from here attended the funeral of John E. Johnson at the Major funeral home at Mason City- Saturday with interment at Forest City. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. Charles H. Lackore and formerly resided here. / THE STUPEBAiiER CORPORATION NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO. in i MI nit \V\it ItOVUS PHIC'FS D«m\ ' Tour Studebaker Dealer for 30 Tears 20 4«h N. E. -- Phone 896 aiASON CTTT, IOWA STUDtRAKiR : : . PtONHR AND PACEMAKM IN AUTOMOTTVI PROGRESS dent o£ the tJnited Service Women, Miss LiUic of Mason City, will speak at the county United Service Women's meeting at the township hall in Saratoga Friday afternoon. \ IOWA FALLS--Groups ol the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon. SEXTON--The Sexton "W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold Hunt, south of town. IOWA FALLS--The Woman's association of the Congregational church will hold a sewing meeting at the church Thursday afternoon. Garments for European refugees will be made. MESERVEY--The United Service Women will meet at 2 p. m. the school building. Election and installation of officers. IOWA FALLS--The Women's Circle of the English Lutheran church will "meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Anderson arid Mrs. M. O. Amundson hostesses. IOWA FALLS--The West Side community group will have a covered dish bupper'at the West grade school Thursday evening. FREDERICKSBURG -- Glenn Ladwig was re-elected venerable counsel of the local M. W. A. Other officetr are: P. S. Wesp, adviser; D. B. Nourse, banker; C. S. Morgan, escort; W. G. Case, watchman; F. W. Whilcomb, sentry; P. E. Morf, clerk. Medarv was the prewar capital CREAMERT MEETS Garner--The annual meeting of the Garner Co-operative creamery will be held Thursday. Directors will be elected and annual reports of the year's business will be given. Vircamy... delicately pint ... luxurious aid to vour skin in combating harsh winds and dryinp indoor _ heat! Helps your skin stay dewily soft and smooth right into spring! Timely reduction just when your skin most needs such help! CHECKSTER We've aslted you Junior gals what you really wanted in a ope piece dress. "Tattersall checks" you screamed, and please, please . .'. pleats all around. So here 'tis, m a softly classic style and dressed up a bit with tiny gold buttons, and a saddle stitched belt. Like it? 11

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