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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 20, 1943
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8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ·WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, IMS Navy Reports 1 North lowanKilled. 3 Missing, 2 Wounded PART OF LIST OF OVER 1,200 George Sullivan, Elma, Reported Lost in Battle · WASHINGTON, ()--Names of twenty-eight lowans were included on the new list of navy casualties announced by the navy department Tuesday. The casualties --part of a full list of 1,219--included 10 lowans dead, seven wounded and 11 missing. All the lowans were enlisted men. North lowans listed as dead and their next of kin: Shipfitter 3rd Cl. George Anthony Sullivan father, Frank Sullivan, Elma. North lowans listed by the navy as m i s s i n g were: Coxswain Charles Bernard Folkedahl, father, Sam Folkedalj], Goldfield, Aviation Radioman 3rd Cl. John Duane Hayes, father, George E Hayes, Nashua, and Seaman 2nc Cl. Richard Dwight Reibe, father Ben C. Reibe, Thornton. North lowans listed as wounded were: Fireman 1st C!. Eldon Dale Briggs, father, Dale G. Briggs, Mallard, and Shipfitter 3rd ' Cl. Ernest James Cavanaugh, father Ernest A. Cavanaugh, Madrid; Seaman 1st CL Lonnie LeRoy Furnas, father, Jules Verne Furnas, Columbus Junction; Kenneth LaVerne Nelson, torpedoman 3rd Cl., mother, Mrs. Vera Irene Nelson,. Keokuk;. Fireman. 1st. Cl. Lynn Edgar Stratford, mother, Mrs. Leta Stratford, Nora Springs. Mrs. Peter Bonzer Succumbs at Nashua; Rites to Be Thursday NASHUA--Mrs, Peter Bonzer died Monday afternoon following a fall she had recently when she fractured her hip.' Her -health had been very delicate for the past few years. Mary Hemple was born near Giard, the daughter of Charles and Dorthea Hemple. She was married March 26, 1883, to Peter Bonzer. who died in June, 1942. After their marriage they moved to Dakota where they lived two years and then returned to Giard. In 1892,-they moved to Floyd county where they purchased a farm; in 1901, they moved to Nashua. She is survived by her children, Charles of Charles City; George, Will, Edmund and Mrs L. E Harrison of Nashua, Mrs. Deo Butler of Arlington. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church Thursday at 2 p, m., and interment will be in. Oak Hill cemetery. The body is at the Chenoweth and Sons funeral home. ISSUE MARRIAGE LICENSES C R E S C O--Marriage licenses were issued at Cresco Friday, Jan. 15, to the following couples: Walter Schoenfeldt, 32, and Iva Melver, 33, both of Cresco, and Sgt Jay B. Rainerson, 20, Des Moines and Dorothy Molt, 22, Cresco. HUTCHINS--Miss Clarice Nelson has accepted the position as teacher in the rural school in district. 1, Orthel township. She succeeds Mrs. Charlie Gault of Britt who resigned. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globte-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota SIVALEDALE--Walter Patton Camp Roberts, Cal., has received the medal for straight-shooter rifleman. CORWITH--Word has been received by relatives that Lyle Gourley underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital in Mason City last Wednesday morning. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Ole Eenhuis have returned home aftei a visit of two months in the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trulson in Fayetteville, Tenn, GOLDFIELD--Gilbert Freeman of Sioux City spent the past week with his father, Ben Freeman, anc will leave Wednesday for Rolfe where he will visit his brothei several days before returning to Sioux City. NOKA SPRINGS--Bob Gram spent Tuesday visiting with friends in Nora Springs. He had completed his . basic training at the Great Lakes naval training station last. Saturday, and is now spending his furlough with relatives at Howan. Mr. Gram was employed by the Kluver Mercantile company prior to his enlistment/ VENTURA--Mrs. O. M. Gunderson of Lake Wilson, Minn., and her daughter. Mrs. Lyle Holsne of Wilmot, Minn., returned to their homes Saturday after a few dsys visit at the Addison Cooley home. ALTA VISTA -- Cp). Norbert Keying, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heying, is home from Coffeeville, Kan., on a furlough and Pvt. Waldon Grattop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grattop, is home from Camp Sutton, N. C., visiting. KANAWHA--The junior and senior high school classes enjoyed a party at the schoolhouse Wednesday evening. Various games and contests were played and a chili lunch was served. NORTHWOOD--The Wesleyan Guild met at the home of Mrs. Donald Wright Monday evening. Mrs. W. B. Wilcox presented the lesson on Latin American. GOODELL _ Ben Benson left Monday for Aurora. III., where he will do defense work. Mrs. Benson and four children will stay with relatives in Belmond until he finds .iving quarters. WESLEY-XThe Adolph Kilian family have moved to South Min- icsota street in Algona where they lave taken up residence during his employment as a Watkins representative in that territory, GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tobin were host and hostess to the Anitawk bridge club at their home lere Sunday evening. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Josephine Schmidt has returned to her home lere after a four months visit with icr sister, Mrs. Alden Scott Boyer n Chicago. ALGOJVA -- Charles Lund, a Jharmacist technician with the army, is homa on a short furlough for a visit with relatives. GOODELL--Mrs. Fred Grosz and Urs. Frances Kelley of Brock Saskatchewan, Canada, are visiting n the home o£ their sister. Mrs. Thorn Cashman. They are enroute So Kansas City to see another sister, Mrs, Jack Finn of Belmond who is ill in the hospital there WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger observed their twenty- third wedding anniversary Jan. 14. CpLDFIELD--Merle Harvey and Bud Basinger, freshmen students at Iowa State college, spent the weekend at their respective homes OSAGE--Mrs. Clarence Melson came from Sauk Center, Minn,' Saturday to care for Sam Melson who has been confined in bed foi a short while. Clarence Melson is an instructor at Saufc Center, anc Mrs. Melson is a nurse. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs C. H. Dancliff and son. Bob, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson near Rockford Sunday Bob remained at the Paulson home to spend the week with his brother-in-law and sister. DOUGHERTY-- PFC. Clifford Ross of Coffeyville, Kans., spent 10 days here on a furlough. LYLE, Minn.--Gus F. Schmidt, who has operated a Dysart farm three miles north of Lyle, is moving soon to his own farm, the old Peter Johnson farm, which he has purchased. VENTURA--Emmet Olson has rented a farm 14 miles north of Albert Lea and will take possession March 1. _ KANAWHA--The C. D. H. S. club met at the home of Mrs. Wayne Yeakel Friday evening. Substitute bridge players were Mrs. David Baker," Mrs. H. H. Brummund, and Mrs. Carrie Lucas. A lunch was served by the hostess. . PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and Mrs. George Seeley and two small children arrived home from California Saturday. They had been gone two months. GOODELL--Pvt. John Hubbard, who is in the medical corps in Fort Riley, Kans., came Sunday for a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hubbard. WESLEY--Richard Wolf returned home from the army last week having been released because of his age which is over 38. He is the son of Frank Wolf who has a number of other sons in the armed forces also. GARNER--Mrs. C. O. Fredrickson and son, David, o£ Chicago, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Fredrickson's mother, Mrs. F. E. Blackstone here. CORWITH--Robert Masterson who suffered a paralytic stroke .ast Tuesday, was taken to the Mercy hospital at Mason City Saturday. OSAGE--Sunday evening, Gerald Gilles was honored by the Bridge club to which Mr. and Mrs. -«illes belong. A money belt was presented to Mr. Gilles who is leaving for armed service, this weekend. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gauger and sons of Floyd were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D Ellis. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Coons of Chanute Field, Kan- :oul, 111., visited at the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eddy. They were returning from Lhe funeral of Mr. Coons' father at Des Moines. OSAGE--Dean Gilles returned io his work Sunday, after spending the weekend with friends and relatives in Osaee. Mrs. Dean Gilles and Tommy will remain for this week. Mrs. Gilles is the former KGLO news correspondent for Today in Osage. I CUT I EXCITEMENT OR CONTENTMENT I Can the two go together? Can marriage be successful when one of the two prefers fun and night life to the responsibilities of a household?, 'Kay Stevens, pretty career girl, and Jonathan iKerr, brilliant but shiftless young pianist, tried it--and found out. Their courtship and marriage are typical of today. And the final solution of their problems makes jnot only intensely interesting reading but should !be the answer to the problems of thousands. WHERE CONTENTMENT LIES A new mnd by SUSANNE SHERIDAN Begins Friday, Jan. 22, in the Mason City Globe-Gazette MRS, VAN HORN DIES AT GREENE Bride of Few Months Dies Suddenly at Home GREENE--Mrs. Rosalind Virginia Van Horn died suddenly VIonday at her home. She was born June 27, 1924, at rosby, Minn., and came to Ireene in childhood. She was married to William Van Horn, Jr., ast fall and they lived five miles southwest of Greene. Besides her husband she is sur- ived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wells of near Briso\v and one brother, Howard, vho is in the army at Vancouver. Wash. Funeral arrangements are incomplete because of weather and road conditions, and the family s also waiting to hear from Howard Van Horn. MRS. W, DORSE Y OF WODEN DIES Burial Will Be Made at Swea City Cemetery WODEN--Mrs. W. L. Dorsey, Sr., died at her home here Monday night at 10:30 following a long illness, at the age of 68 years. Surviving Mrs. Dorsey are her husband, three sons. Walter and Fred of Nashcora, Wis., and William o£ Woden and three daughters, Mrs. Leola Moddugh of Bancroft, Wis., and Mrs. Opal Konnor and Mrs. Maxine Nitz both of Ledyard, Iowa. Three sons and one daughter preceded their mother in death. Funeral services will be held" Thursday or Friday at the Methodist church at Swca City with the Rev. Mr. Mayberry of Buffalo Center officiating. Burial will be at Harrison township cemetery at Sv/ea City. FIRE CAUSES $5,000 DAMAGE Emmetsburg Lumber Company Office Burns EMMETSBURG -- Fire com- Jletely destroyed the office of the Interior Lumber company here at noon Tuesday. With the tempera- :ure at 10 degrees below zero, he fire hurried for two hours. The firemen were handicapped, as the water hydrant was buried n snow drifts, and had to be located and shoveled out. According to Frank Haansen, nanager of the lumber yard, the oss is estimated at $5,000, and the 'ire probably was caused from defective wiring. The loss was covered by insurance. All records were saved, ut all hardware, and the entire 3aint stock was lost. VIrs. C. P. Paulson Dies at Home in Clarksville CLARKSVILLE--Following in ess than a week the death of her husband, Mrs. C. P. Paulson died t her home in Clarksville, at 3:30 . m. Sunday morning. Born Anna Britsch. at Miles, Ohio, on March 30, 1864, she was married to C. P. Paulson at Spirit .ake on Dec. ft, 1887. Mr. and Mrs. 'aulson lived at Spirit Lake until 3 years ago when they moved to 10 vicinity of Clarksville, where hey engaged in farming. About 7 ears ago they retired from the arm and moved to town where hey lived until their deaths. Last iugust Mrs. Paulson suffered a troke which was followed by eyeral since that time, and she as been bedfast almost constant- y during the past six months. Nine children survive, Ray of Clarksville, Roy of Joplin, Mo., Irs. John Grail, Fort Dodge, Myre Paulson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Irs. Henry DeJong, Rockford, 111.; + Births + RIDGEWAY--Word was received from Owatona announcing :he birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lustig at the hospital in Owatona, Monday, Jan. 11. * * * HIDGEWAY-- A message from Vlason City conveyed the news of the birth of a son, Tyrone Laverne, to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Al- jertson at a Mason City hospital Jan. 12. * * * CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller are the parents of a daughter born Friday morning at the Clarion General hospital. ' * * * RAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Teigland are the parents of a son born on Thursday. They also have a daughter. * * * ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Hilko Janssen are the parents of twin sons born at the Waverly hospital Jan. 14. CRESCO--The following births were reported at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Cresco, during the week: To Mr. and Mrs. Hovvard Mintey, Cresco, a son, Jan. 8. To Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hart, Cresco a' daughter. Jan. 12. To Mr. anc Mrs. Arnold Baker, Cresco, a daughter, Jan. 12. Funeral Service Held for Alta Vista Women ALTA VISTA--Funeral services for Mrs. Garrelt Hovermnn 75, who died here Sunday were held in St. Bernard Catholic church Wednesday morning, Jan 20, at 10 o'clock. Her son, the Rev- Vincent T. Hoverman of Epworth will be celebrant of the solemn requiem high mass to be read Burial will be in Mt. Caivar- cemetery. The deceased was the daughte of Gerhard and Marie Hireling and was born in Burlington, Wis July 29, 1867. She was marriec to Garrett Hoverman of thi place, Oct. D, 1901 and made he home here ever since. Three children survive beside her husband. They are Mrs Aloysius (Angeline) Offcrman Manchester, Iowa; the Rev. Hov erman, and Gary of AHa Vista One son, Joseph, preceded her i death. £2, DAUGHTER JOINS WAACS, TOO -- Cp!. Matilda Blaustein (right) of WAACs, stationed at Mitchel Field. N. Y.. helps daughter, Bernice, pack before leaving for a WAAC training center. The mother joined in September. Mrs. P. J. Kavanagh. Portland-. Ore.; Mrs. G. C. Olberg, Chicago: Mrs. Stanley Burt. Minneapolis; Mrs. Jack Flynn, Chicago. Asks Survey Be Made of Welfare Commission DES MOINES, fJP)--Averting that the state welfare commission has on hand more than $2,000,000 of unallocated funds granted by the last legislature for old age pensions, Representative W. A. Yager (D., Spirit Lake), has asked a legislative survey of the commission. In a resolution filed Tuesday, Yager asked that a committee of five representatives be named by the speaker to make "a thorough survey of the present needs of the social welfare "commission." Yager suggested that the unallocated funds might be used to help dependent children or to permit a reduction in the state income tax. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations FOREST CITY--The Iirunanuel Lutheran women's society meets Thursday afternoon, Jan. 2J. GARNER--The regular meeting of the Garner Republican Woman's club was postponed here Tuesday on account of the bitter cold weather and blocked highways. BELMOND--St. Anne's Study club will meet Thursday, Jan. 21, witli Mrs. Frank Quigley. Mrs. C. C. McGuire will give the lesson. PLYMOUTH--The W i 11 a r d Woman's Christum Temperance Union will meet Thursday afternoon Hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Cluus. with the president, Mrs. Emma Sutton lending. JO1CK--The only church activity for this week will be the reor- Kiiuizntion meeting of the L. D. R. at the parsonage, Saturday iifter- noon. FERTILE--The Keel Cross will meet every Wednesday afternoon from I oV-lock to -I in the home economics room «t the fertile high school. CRESCO--rThe Men's Brotherhood of the Baptist church will meet Thursday evening, Jan. 21. with Mr. Desing of Decorah as guest speaker. CRESCO--John Emslie of Cresco will lead the discussion on "The Life of Moses" at the regular meeting of the Friendship class of the Methodist church Friday evening, Jan. 22, following a picnic supper at the R. L. Atkinson home. ACKLEY--St. Mary's Study club meets Thursday afternoon, Jan. 21, in the home of the Misses Margaret and Nellie McGough. Well, Sarg, Did You Ever Drop a Stitch? BOISE, Idaho, (£) -- Square- jawed Master Sgt. George Yuhas of Gowen Field, a heavy bomber gunner, says it calms his nerves-So he crochets. He's finished a dresser scarf and is halfway through a bedspread, "Rather pretty, eh?" DUMONT CHURCH PLACES PLAQUE Dedicates New Flags, Honor Boys in Service DUMONT--The United Brethren church dedicated a new service roll plaque, along with new flags, the national and the church, Sunday at a special dedication service. The pastor, the Rev. El» ton M. Miller, brought the message on the subject, "Sacrifice and Service." The names placed on the plaque were Thomas W. Day, navy bom- badier, Duane Jamison, army lieutenant; Elvon Miller, army sergeant; Cecil Miller, marine lieutenant; Vincent Boots, army corporal; Don Heard, army first class private; Joseph Vane, navy second class store keeper. Newton Lee Vane, navy, missing in action; Otto Kriens, army; Carl Austin, army; Wayne, Miller, army corporal; George Davis, navy; Kenneth De Vore, navy; Lyde Reents, army, and Paul Miller, army. Oregon Has Something Colorful in Ministry COQUILLE, Ore., (/P)--The Rev. Charles M. Brown is the Methodist pastor, although the Rev.' G. A. Gray substitutes occasionally. The Episcopalians have Archdeacon. H. R. White filling in until Feb. 1 when their new rector arrives. He's the Rev. Robert L. Green. Buy War Savings" Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. MOTHERS HAIL OVERNIGHT COLD MISERY Cold's coughing, I ft A B 'f nasal congestion, I ** ** " muscle aches in chest ·"·!········ and back relieved by warming, comforting, two-way action o f Penetro. the salve with the base of old-fashioned mutton suet, which was Gran'dma's stand-by. 25j, double supply 33f. Demand Penetio. as rationing JNl£SS EXPERTLY STOREOrA~CAR | N DEAD STORAGE GOES'*TO THE DOGS' FASTER THAN IP CAREFULLY DRIVEN AND SERVICED. PROPER PREPARATION FOR DEAD STORAGE COSTS ABOUT *3O. ERE COME TIMES WHEN EVERYONE WANTS THE BEST. THAT SURELY is TRUE ABOUT GASOLINE TODAY. STANDARD WHITE CROWN IS OUR FINEST GAS.i ROLLING STONE GATHERS NO MOSS, BUT CARS THAT STAND IDLE A LOT 'GATHER* 7 MOISTURE AND RUST. BEST PROTECTION IS A GREASE JOB AT LEAST EVERY 2 MONTHS. JF THE "GROUND HOG CAN , SEE HIS SHADOW, THAT MAY 8£ BAD NEWS FOR YOUR, BATTERY-6 MORE WEEKS OF WINTER. KEEP rr CHECKED AND CHARGED FOR THOSE COLD DAYS TO'COME. 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