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

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE EXPLAIN HOW PLAN WORKS List Ration Items Under New Program DES MOINES, (U.R--The office of price administration for the first time revealed details Tuesday of the general food rationing program, expected to begin before the end of February. How the program will operate was explained by Kenneth E. Stau'ffer, chief of the OPA's processed food division. He spoke Monday before retail and wholesale grocers from nine midwest- ern states at the first of several regional meetings to acquaint the food industry with the program. The following foods, constituting more than 200 grocery items, will be rationed immediately when the program begins: Canned--Fruils, vegetables, all soups, juices, baby goods;' Bottled--Juices, soups, catsup, chili sauce; Frozen--Fruits, vegetables; Dried--Fruits; In jars -- Fruits, vegetables, soupa, juices. Meat will be rationed later in the program. Sugar and coffee, of course, already are rationed. Under the program a consumer will be permitted to shop in any grocery store. He may buj . expensive or inexpensive brands of food. The amount ot items he may buy will be limited, however. If he buys high point-value items he will get fewer cans than if he buys low point-value items He will have to learn to budgel his ration points as well as his money. While no exact date has yet been set for the beginning of the new rationing program, it was expected to come before the end of February. Before rationing begins the sale of canned goods and other items to be rationed will be frozen for one week. Sometime during this ·week every consumer will have to register for ration book No. 2. Registration was expected to be held again in schools. Each consumer should be prepared for registration in three ways: 1--He must have with him and show all No. 1 ration books for himself and every member of his family; 2--He must know how many commercially canned, etc., goods he has at home; 3--He must be able to say how much coffee he had at home as of November, 1942. The consumer will continue to use ration book No. 1 for buying coffee and sugar. At the registration site, the consumer will be given one ration book No. 2 for each member of the family, regardless of age. These books must be carefully 'preserved. Ration book No. 2 has two sets of stamps, one, red and the other, blue. The red stamps are for meat, the blue stamps for canned foods. Since meat will not be rationed immediately, the blue stamps will be used first. Each stamp has both a letter and a number, on it. The letter shows when that stamp may be used. The number shows its value. The letters run from A through Z, except for the letters I and O which are omitted. Each letter appears on four stamps. Thus there are four A stamps, four E stamps, and so on. In all, there are 96 blue stamps in ration book No. 2. The stamps will be used in three letter groups. That is stamps with A. B and C on them will be used during the first ration period. Then stamps with D E and F will be used during the second ration period. And so on. The length of each ration period will be announced later by the OPA. Gives Details of General Food Rationing Program Clear Lake Man Will Take Over Job With St. Ansgar Company ST. ANSGAH--C. G. Mitchell of Clear Lake will replace J. E. Templeman as manager of the St. Ansgar and Lyie exchanges of the Central Iowa Telephone company. The Templeman family moved Jan. 15 fo Hartley, where Mt Templeman will be employed a telephone manager. · In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, Ulerc arc no chemicals, r.o minerals, no phenol derivatives. NR Tablets arc dif- ferent--«i different. Purely ccgrtabk--a combination of 10 vegetable ingredients formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoatcd or candy coated, (heir action is dependable, thorough, yet gentle, as millions of NR's have proved. Gc t a 10( Con- vmcer Box. Larger economy sizes, too. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette .Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota CRESCO--Harold D. Jones, son of Mrs. Sarah J. Jones of Cresco, who is stationed at Lubback, Texas, in the south plains army flying school, was recently promoted to the rank of corporal. CRESCO--Hugo Klave, farmer near Cresco, recently received a merit certificate from station KSO. Des Moines, for his "outstanding farm production in 1942" when he increased his hog, milk and poultry productions by a considerable amount each--eggs by 800 dozen and milk by 25,000 pounds increase. CRESCO--Ernest Precious of Cresco, for some time clerk in the Cresco postoffice, who joined the navy last December, and has been working in the fleet postoffice registry section at San Francisco, Cal., has recently enlisted in the petty officers force, second class, is mail specialist BUFFALO CENTER --Proceeds from the scrap iron drive conducted here last November will be given to three local organizations. MANLY--Mrs. Maynard Bartlett was honored at o shower Wednesday evening at the Frank Hess home. Mrs. Kermit Helge land was co-hostess. EAGLE GROVE--Nets Shurson, who is stationed in the east in a navy position, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shurson. EAGLE GROVE--Lt. John Kist of Columbia, S. Car., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kist, on a ten day leave of absence NEW HAMPTON--R. J. Sullivan was elected president of the New Hampton Chamber of Commerce succeeding J. N. Hess. Sullivan, who has served since August, was elected for the full term at tlie annual meeting here Thursday evening. NEW HAMPTON -- T h o m a s Meighan, 40, former resident of New Hampton, was critically injured Thursday near his home in Chicago, 111., when he was struck by a hit and run driver. CLARION--B. A. Samson and H. O. McGahey returned Thursday noon from a business trip to Kansas City, Mo. While there they also visited Mr. Salisbury's son Richard, who is a member of the United States army air corps and s attending ground school there ROCKFORD--Mrs. C. E. Bruce vas hostess to the Congregational church club at a luncheon at her -Trie. She was assisted by Mrs. j ;, arnham ' Mrs - A ! Palmer and Mrs. F. E. Trigg. NASHUA--The wives of mem- )ers of the Lions r-lub were en- ertained by their husbands at a :30 o'clock dinner at the Steele afe Monday evening CLARION--Mrs. M. F. Birdsall vas hostess at a 1 o'clock luncheon Ihursday afternoon at her home o the members of her afternoon bridge club. R -- The xjiyvm.u.11- letnke employes were treated to a party by the management here Thursday evening. Following a 5:30 dinner at the Garner cafe, KANAWHA--Twelve pupils enrolled iu the kindergarten class Monday morning. The first grade teacher, Miss Ordella Tenold is aso teaching- the kindergarten classes. KANAWHA--Mrs. L. II Med- gaarden is spending several days m tiie home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry Hanson, at Northwood helping care for her brother lloyd Hanson, who is seriously ill TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. W. J Denton held open house Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs Dentons father, James Winter, who celebrated his 81st birthday. Mr. winter is a native of England and is now making his home with the Dentons. ACKLEV-Merle Vietor, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Vietor, has enlisted in the navy. He has been employed at Ratli's Packing company at Waterloo. ALEXANDER _ Mr=. Henry Schulte left Thursday lor an extended visit with her sister in Austin, Minn. - A L E X A N D E R _ Missionary circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. C. Peters. The usual business meeting was held and Mrs. Ross Riggins had charge of the meeting. After the meeting a farewell party was held in honor of Mrs. Art Peters. HAMPTON--Mrs. J. S. Rule was called to Ottumwa Thursday by the illness of her brother, Lee Raymond, who is confined to the hospital with pneumonia, and his daughter, Miss Katherine Raymond, who is suffering from a bone infection. ROCK FALLS-The Rev. and Mrs. Warrior left Friday for tneir home at Adair after spending the past few days visiting with their son-m-Iaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bissell, and son. Carroll RELMOND--MI-. and Mrs. L. B Oberhauscr visited the lattcr's parents. Representative and Mr* W. S. Pritchard, in DCS Moines ori Thursday. Jan. H, and attended the governor's ball that evening STILSON-Mrs. Sylvester Gorman was hostess to the "Ever Ready club" and a few friends at her home on Wednesday afternoon. Ihe time w.is spent in conversation and the hostess served delicious refreshments. CRESCO--The Woman's Relief Corps met Thursday afternoon and installed the following officers;, Mrs. Mrytle DeWalle, president; Mrs. Mary Benson, senior vice president; Mrs. Ida Cornish, junior vice president; Mrs. Lida Pollitt treasurer, and Mrs. Clara Gaskill secretary CRESCO--Charles Howard, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard of Cresco, has been given a petty officer's rating in the U. S. navy as yeoman, 2nd class, somewhere in the Atlantic on convoy duty. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. George Breuckner left for Chicago, 111., where they will spend a few days. Their two sons, Bobby and Billy, are visiting with their grandparents in Dyorsville while they ar:.away. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. James Krall received word of a daughter born on Jan. 5 to their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Manvetus Bena of Davenport. Mrs. Bena was the former Miss Loretta Krall. EAGLE GROVE--The annual meeting of the Congregational church was held Thursday evening in the church dining room, the business session being preceded by a covered dish 6:30 dinner at which 120 were served GARNER--T h e Luther league of the Miller Lutheran church met at the home of Winfred Johnson Friday evening. , GARNER--The first semester ended in Garner schools this week. Examinations w e r e given on Thursday and Friday FOREST CITY--Mrs. Emil Anderson accompanied her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Earl Anderson, and children to Minneapolis Wednesday where they visited relatives until Monday. GARNER--Reports f r o m the bedside o£ John A. Chambers, of Goodell, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia at a hospital in Goodell, state that he has improved sufficiently to be removed to his home in Twin Lakes township. Mr. Chambers is the newly elected Hancock county supervisor who took office on January ' SCARVILLE--Mr. and Mr= c' B. Johnson of Lake Mills attended Ladies Aid here Thursday. Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Gertie Severson, was one of the hostesses. ST. ANSGAR--Pvt. Walter Dieterichs of Camp McCoy, Wis., spent a few days furlough with his mother, Mrs. Olga Dieterichs and brother, Arthur ST. ANSGAR--A , g r o u p of triends met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Amelia Kittleson for a house warming party ST. A N S G A R -- T h e westside Birthday club met Friday after- icon at the hWme of Mrs. Gustav Leraaen in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Anna Beuhler, Mrs. Lucille Beige and Mrs. Leraaen. ST. ANSGAR--Jerry Lund, son or John P. Lund,, who has been attending school at Iowa City, pre- wratory to entering the navy air corps, has completed his training there and left last week for Minneapolis to receive further train- ng. KANAWHA--Cpl. Lyle TJeibler of Flushing, L. I., N. Y.. is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Deibler. and other relatives and friends. CRYSTAL LAKE--Roscoe Finer left 4he first part of the week after spending a navy leave with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Finer, and Roger) , CRYSTAL LAKE--A Red Cross surgical dressing room was opened Wednesday afternoon at the Cliff Stewart home which will be used for that purpose for the duration, under the direction of Mrs. Chris Gillstrap. production chairman. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mike Nelson closed his home and service station and left this week- for Oregon to go into defense work CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Arnold Jensen and Mrs. Charles Vander- worker were hostesses for the afternoon Bridge club which met at the Jensen home. . BRISTOW--The Ladies Auxiliary to Oak Hill Cemetery association held the January meeting at the home of Mrs. J. E. Olson on Friday afternoon. BRISTOW--Clarence Wiegmann of the navy arrived Thursday foi a visit with his parents, Mr. ano Mrs. Conrad Wcigmann. and other relatives and friends. Clarence i a survivor of the ill-fated Northampton and is now having His first furlough in two years. He is to re port for duty again Feb. 1. ALGONA -- The St. Thomas, Guild of the Episcopal church rr.el Thursday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. Clair Anderson. ALGONA--The members of the Presbyterian Men's club entertained their wives at the annua ladies guest night dinner Wednesday evening in the church dining room. The program was in charge of Herman Barker and C. A. Phil ips. H. L. Woodward showed a sound movie, "Industry's Part in the War Effort." ACKLEY -- Matt Muessigmam has sold his residence in Ackley to George H. Abbas, north of town farmer. ACKLEY--L. E. Coordes suffered a stroke of paralysis while in his home Tuesday evening. Mr Coordes will be 82 years olc Feb. 27. HAMPTON--Werners Vclkers proprietor ot Vclkers grocery, qui business for the duration bccausi of the uncertainty and difficult- of getting stock at this time PLYMOUTH -- School close, Friday afternoon because of smnv and difficult roads for the buses PLYMOUTH--There were 22 ladies present at the republican meeting held at Miss Cora Ward home Thursday afternoon. BELMOND--Mrs. John Lowenberg is at the Mayo clinic in Rochester for a check over. George Olson Funeral Rites Held Tuesday THOMPSON--George Olson, 68, died Saturday morning about 8 o'clock at the Irish hospital. He had been taken to the hospital Friday with pneumonia. Mr. Olson was a Bachelor and had lived ihe past year with his half brother, Ole Haun. His former home was at Ulen, Minn., v.- ere he had lived for 47 years. Funeral services were held at he home of his mother, Mrs. J. J. .iaun in Thompson, Tuesday aft- jrnoon at l o'clock and at the -inden Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. Services were in charge of the Larson funeral home with he Rev. C. M. Hanson officiating Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Harold flunt will entertain the Sexton dome Builders class on Thursday, Jan. 21. All members and friends are invited to attend. NORTHWOOD"--The S-M club of the Northwood Methodist club will have an "Around the Calendar Party" Thursday, Jan. 21. The lostesses are Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Painter, Mrs. Viva Gaarder and Mrs. Betty Maize. A lunch will be served at the close of the n-ening. y ff, .v, WESLEY--Two local co-opera- :ivcs are making plans for their annual meetings in the near future. The first will be on Monday, Feb. 1, for the Farmers Cooperative society, local elevator ind lumber firms; and the second in Saturday, Feb. 6. for ' the farmers Co-operative creamery ·£ 4- ^c LYLE, Minn.--Mission circle fo. 3 of the Lyle Lutheran church vil] hold its January meeting at he H. E. Lerud home. GARNER--The young people of it Paul's Lutheran church will lold their regular meeting at the hurch parlors Thursday evening. The program will consist of a dis- ussion of "Luther's Small Cate- hism." ' * *· * N O R A SPRINGS--The next egular meeting of the parent- eachers' association will be held n the school auditorium Tuesday vening with the business meet- ng beginning at 7:30. The members of the program committee re Mrs. Melvin Jones, Mabel -rould, Mrs. Carl Petersen, Mr= Virgil Cast and Mrs. Leroy Severe * * ¥ Buy War Savings Bonds am Stamps from your Globe-Gazclt carrier boy. Algona Woman Heads )istrict Farm Bureau ALGONA--Mrs. C. C. Ininun, lancroft, has been appointed umber 2 district committee voman by the state Farm Bureau oard to follow Mrs. Jacobs Forst City, who resigned. This ap- ointment entitles Mrs. Inman, to e one of the nine state committee vosncn for the Farm Bureau. Mrs. Inman has been very ac- ive in county and township Farm Bureau work. She is the mother £ six children, three boys and hree girls, who are now or have cen active 4-H members. Mrs. Inman is now educational o-operator for her school dis- ·ict and is the Greenwood girls ·H club leader. SEW FOR RED CROSS KANAWHA--A group of 10 adies met at the I. 0. 0. F. hall Tuesday afternoon to sew on garments for the Red Cross. A pot uck lunch was served at the close " the afternoon. Allison Friends Fete Brothers in Service -- St. Sgt. H a r o l d Wehrhan of Savannah, Ga., is spending a 10 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wehrhan. Maurice Wehrhan of Des Moines, who has enlisted in the signal corps, -was also a weekend guest of his parents. A dinner in honor of the two brothers was held at the Howard Wehrhan home Sunday and included Miss Ellen Knbtt of DCS Moines, Mr and Mrs. Russell Wehrhan and daughter Annette of Charles' City Mr. and Mrs. Richard Speedy and son, Ronald and Darrell Wehrhan. Convith Guild Girls Elect New Officers CORWITH-- The Guild Girls of the First Baptist church met Thursday with Mrs. Barbara Gilmer at the home of Dr. and Mrs C. L. Scverns, their leader, Mrs. Phillip Puffer is in charge of the meeting. Officers elected were president Gloria I?.zard, vice president, Eunice Tabb, secretary, Margaret Mortimer and treasurer, Wanda Hash. The new president appointed Barbara Gilmer and Sunici Tabb to make the calendar for tlv coming year. The next meeting will be at the home of Margaret Mortimer. BLIND LEARN" FIRST AID PHOENIX, Ariz., U.R--A Red Cross first aid course for the blind, believed to be the only one in the country, is now being given at Trinity Episcopal cathedral Phoenix. The class of a dozen men and women meets twice ; week. Its membership include Mexicans, Negroes and whites. DEMONSTRATES NEW GUN LOS ANGELES, Cal., (U.R) _ \\ B. Hale staged a clemonslratioi here before army, navy and ma fine corps officials of a pncu malic gun he has invented whic' he claims will tire 12,000 round a minute. Official reaction to th gun was withheld. ' SOLDIERS JA5I PARTY SANTA MONICA, Cal., (U.R)_ Service in the army does not dim appreciation of a circus, as USO club here found when . borrowed circus performers from Hollywood for a circus party. Th USO sign went out early. ' Buy War Savings Bonds an Stamps from your GIobc-Gazc.lt carrier boy. Buy War Savings Bonds and tamps from your Globe-Gazette irrier boy. JACOB POPPEN FUNERAL HELD Allison Resident Dies After Short Illness ALLISON--William Jacob Poppen, 75, died at his home in Allison Saturday afternoon following an illness of pneumonia. Funeral services were held at the home at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon followed by services at the St. Jacobus Lutheran church in charge, of the Rev. W. C. Nassen. Burial will be in Allison cemetery. Bom in Neusiegelsum, Oster- friesland, Germany, Sept. 12, 1867, Mr. Poppen come to the United States with his parents in 1882 on the ship Vera. The family settled at Washington, 111. He came to Butler county in 1888 and was married at Waverly Feb. 26, 1892, to Gersiene Etteina Harms. Their home for 24 years was on a farm in Jefferson township. In 1917 they purchased a farm in Jackson township and lived there until 1931 when they moved to Allison. Mrs. Poppen died April 25, 1912. Surviving are a sou, Herman Poppen, Allison, a daughter, Debora, at home, two brothers, Albert and Ralph, Allison, a sister, Mrs. Louis Pagel, 'Shell Rock, and two grandsons, Empry and Harlo Poppen, Allison. Peterson Family Will Reunite in California ALGONA--Mrs. Mel Peterson and two children left Friday evening for San Francisco to meet her husband, Lt. Com. Petersen, who will arrive there for a furlough from the Pacific. Mrs. Petersen was living in Pearl Harbor at the time of the bombing, Dec. 7, 1941. She returned to Algona a few weeks later where she took up her residence. Lieutenant Commander Petersen is a member of Admiral Nimitz's staff. A self-igniting mixture of quicklime and oil--a forerunner of the modern flame thrower--was used by ancient Greek warriors. Minnie Haas Is Back From North Africa ALGONA -- Miss Minnie Haas, a second lieutenant with the army nurses, arrived Saturday for a four day visit with relatives. She shipped recently from New York City to Africa, arriving at Algiers a short time before Christmas. Through the kindness of the army officers, her brother with the African army was located and was permitted to spend Christmas eve and Christmas day with her. COFFEEE SHOP SOLD ACKLEY--Chick and Chuck Coffee shop, operated by Mr. and Mrs. C. O'Connor, has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. George Squires of Allison. Possession was taken Jan. 15. The English legal definition of a witch is "a person who hath conference with the devil to consult with him or to do some act." EFFECTIVE TH/S WEEK - Government establishes ingredient ste for all white bread* Stan FULL T/2 LB. LOAF . . ,,.*,.. - · - ' . * - . - - , - f - · · , - . r - - , - . * . - i . - - · - - · . y^'^'^.'-'^vv^--' 1 '^''^'^^-^ W'^.^^VA^

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