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Mason City, Iowa
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8 Friday, March 1», 194 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWO LUTHERAN GROUPS MERGE Services Will Be Held at Washington Prairie Decorah--The congregations o the Washington Prairie Luthera church and the North Washing ton Prairie Lutheran church hav consolidated and services are be ing held at the Washingto Prairie church of which Rev. O E. Engebrefson is pastor. Th North Washington Prairie churc! was served until last October b the Rev. Milford Hendrickson. The congregation of the Nort Washington church has turne its property over for the use o both churches. The North Washington churc building, located on highway Si 2i/£ miles northeast o£ the Wash ington Prairie church, will b used for various church organize tions such as the ladies ak Luther league, etc. Hold Services Friday for Auto Crash Victinrf West Union -- Funeral service for Mrs. Ada Berry, accident vie tim, were to be held Friday morn ing at Holy Name Catholic churcl Burial was made in the Wes Union cemetery beside her bus band, who died a week ago an was buried Saturday. Mrs. Berry was killed We'dnes day when the car in which sh was riding with 4 other peopl skidded into a truck near Pos1 ville. Her daughter, Mrs. Pau Fisher and husband, who were t take a train to Durham, N. Car were not seriously hurt and re turned to West Union. Other pas sengers were Francis Loftus, driv cr of the car, who suffered seal wounds, 'and Mrs. Loftus, who ha a possible fracture of the hip o pelvis. Both are in the Postvill hospital. Mrs. Berry was a registere nurse and a valued member o this community because of he training. Survivors besides he daughter, are 3 brothers and : sisters living in the middle wesl NAMES ECONOMIST Emmelsbursr -- Mrs. H a z e l ^ Doerr of Emmetsburg has beer hired by the Palo Alto county Farm Bureau for the position 01 Palo Alto county extension homi economist to succeed Mrs. Margaret Pratt, who resigned Feb. 1 Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. MeiLWomenlNoPep? Wora Out Exhausted, Want New Vitality at 21 to 60? OSCO DRUG Moson City, Iowa Teacher ShortagejtoJBe Even More Acute in State IS GERMAN PRISONER--Mr and Mrs. Louis H. Beach of Northwod received word that their son, S. Sgt. Walton W Beach, Is a prisoner of war o: the German government. Sergeant Beach was a turret gunner on an army bomber stationed in England and was officially reported missing in action in a telegram received by .the parents Feb. 5. GO-OP LINEMAN HURT BY BLAST Dynamite Explodes as Workman Investigates G a m e r--Clarence Niemeye lineman for the Hancock coun Rural Electric Co-operative, na rowly escaped death Wednesda afternoon, when a charge of dy namite that had been set in th morning and failed to explod e x p l o d e d two and one-ha hours later .as Niemeyer wen back to investigate. Niemeyer received severe in jury to his face and right cy by frozen dirt blown into his fac and was taken to a Mason Cit hospital. It was thought at firs that the sight of his right eye wa destroyed but doctors now hav hope of saving his sight in the in jured eye. The line crew was using dyna mite to break f r o s t in diggin pestholes for a new line beini built. DIES AT BELMOND Belmond--Jacob Swenson diec Tuesday at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Christ Rise. Funeral was to DC held Friday at Trinity Luthran church. Burial was to be in tie Belmond cemetery. CO-OP WILL MEET Dougherty--The annual meet- ng of the Farmers Incorporated To-Operative society of Doughery will be held in the hall Satur- ay afternoon at 1 p. m. Hubert derrick is president, May Lalor ecretary. WILL PRESENT PLAY Greene--"Grieg's Music Box," n operetta, will be presented by he pupils of the 3rd, 4th and 5th rades of the local public school t the high school auditorium. It's To Go Head-Over-Heels Into War Work Use your head and save your feet by wearing Wright' Arch Preserver Shoes. They're best in the long run because of scientific design and patented comfort features. And our expert fitters can draw on an unusually wide size range to supply the perfect shoe for jour feet. Arch Preserver B This army model will keep your feet in fighting shape either in or out of the army. Nichols Green "Where the GOOD SHOES come from" 4,000 ALREADY WANT NEW JOBS Director of Manpower to Provide Placement Des Moines, (IP)--Four thousan Iowa teachers and school super intendents wanting to chang jobs have registered with tl teacher placement division of tl U. S. employment service, Georg D. Haskell, Iowa war manpowe director, said Friday. He estimated the list include half of the school superintenden in the state. The teacher placement divisio of the USES offers free service t members of the profession an Haskell said placements made la year saved school men and wo me of the state more than $51,000 i fees. During 1943 the division re ceived orders from Iowa schoo boards for 2,909 instructors- an superintendent s. Haskell said that because selective service withdrawals h expected the shortage of athlet coaches, manual training and vo cational agriculture instructoi would be more acute this yea than a year ago. Farmer Dies in Fall From Loft in Barn Cresco--Funeral services wer held Wednesday at the Assump tion Catholic church for Thoma J. Carolan, 76, farmer who live 6 miles northwest of Cresco h pastor, the Rev. Father E. J. Sup pie, officiated, with burial at Cal vary cemetery. Mr. Carolan's death was a re suit of an accident which oc curred at his farm home March when he fell from the hayloft i his barn, dropping about 8 feet t the ground which caused hi death. Surviving are 5 daughters an 3 sons, Mrs. Carolan having diec about 10 years ago. Work Will Be Resumed on Surgical Dressings Iowa Falls--The Red Cross surgical dressing room was to be pened Friday afternoon, Mrs F R. N e w m a n , supervisor announced. A new shipment of ma- erials for making 9,000 4x4 inch dressings, 7,200 4x8 inch dress- ngs, has arrived. The dressings will be made b vorkers at Ackley, Buckeye Alden and Iowa Falls. The Buckeve vorkers will make all of the 4x4 nch dressings. Chairmen in- lude Mrs. S. Ray Roosevelt, Ackey; Mrs. D. D. Walker, Buckeve- nd Mrs. Frank Halberstadt, Alen. The Iowa Falls workroom will e open each Wednesday and nday afternoon until the shipment is completed. National Farm Loan Association to Meet Clarion--The annual meeting of he National Farm Loan associa- on will beheldWednesdayatthe O., O. F. hall. Dinner will be erved at noon to the members of he association and invited guests y the members of the -Rebekah idge. The board of directors for the ew year will be elected. E N an Home, president, of the Fedral Loan Bank of Omaha will be he principal speaker. A business meeting of the new- f elected board of directors will ollow at which time officers will e elected. MUSIC GROUPS COMPETE Garner -- Superintendent S. T weed of the Garner schools an- ounced that the Garner music roups will compete at the pre- mmary state music contest at lason City April 14 and 15. The hool will be represented by in- rumcntal and vocal groups ac- ording to Mr. Tweed. 'iery Itching Skin? Stop Scratching! Try This For Quick Ease and Comfort Hero is a clean, powerful, pcnctratine I now dispensed by pharmacies overv? here at inflins cost that brings speedy Iiof from itd,i nE an d torture of TM - rnall.v caused skin troubles S =SS' S , En ; crilttJ on soothes t!.c itch- OSCO DRUG CO. HERE and T H E R E Manly--Mrs. Allen Leslie h b e e n confined to her room the Frank Kline home for a fe days with arthritis. Her siste Mrs. Kline, is pinch-hitting fo her at the local postoffice. Ackley--Attorney and Mrs. f J. McGreevy had word that the son, Aviation Student Robert A McGreevy, is now in training a Bozeman, Mont. They have sons in service. Stacyville--Eddie Gerbig ai Ludwig Falk trucked 8 horses t the St. Paul market Saturday. O the return trip they brought truck loads of feeder cattle to b placed on the Gerbig farm. Hutchins--Sailor Dale Weilam son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry We land, Is home on leave from Ole tha, Kans. Hutchins--Mrs. Norris Larso and daughter, Mardelle, have re turned from Rowan where the spent 2 weeks with Mrs. Larson parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froh ling. Thompson--Cpl. Adain Hagen son of the military police at For Des Moines is spending a fur lough here with his mother, Mr Bertina Hagenson and sister, E nora. Sheffield--E. C. Schroeder le Tuesday for San Francisco, Ca! where he will .visit his son, Pv James Schroeder, who is sta tioned at Fort Mason, Cal Ackley--Dr. R. W. Baird ha returned from Kirksville, Mo where he spent several days. Eagle Grove--Mrs. Earl Knut son visited her husband, who i stationed at Camp Sutton at Mon roe, N. Car. Their small daugh ter, Lois Kay, remains with th grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Emerick. Sexton--Jerry Jennings of th army air corps, has been trans ferred from Fresno, Cal., to Kin ker army air field in Oklahom City, Okla. He is a son of Mrs Martin Mimbach of Sexton. Stilson--Mrs. Blanche Stith re ports her third son, Robert, ha left for training in the navy ai corps. Manly--Mrs. I. E. Hanson spen a few days in St. Paul visitin and shopping. Sheffield--Miss Dorothy Craw : ord left Tuesday for Bakersfield "al., where she plans to make an extended visit. Manly--M r s William Henrj D» It TMndf wll. m ^em neat. Save mvaty *nl Ua Sander, per day ...S3.M Up to 4 hrs. S1.59 Edger per job 75c Caulking Gun, per hour 25o (S4.50 Deposit) Complete line «r saprr qualit nits, untnpcr. canning c. Paints and vtipnlir*. las returned after a visit in Wa- erloo. Cresco--W. B. Perry of Cresco s enjoying a v i s i t from his daughters, Mrs. H. K. Aldridge of Worthington, Minn., and Mrs Jlanche Adams whose son, Cpl . B. A d a m s of Desert Center Cal., is stationed with the army nd is spending his furlough with elatives here. Kanawha--Mr. and Mrs. James Yeakel received word that their on. Wayne, has been promoted 0 first lieutenant. He has com- leted his 5 months traini ourse at Davidson college in forth Carolina, and will be ·ansferred to another training enter. Rake--Cpl. Orlando Quame, son f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quame, T ho has been stationed at Camp Davis, N. Car., has been trans erred to Orlando, Fla. Stacyville--Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vagner moved from the Frank teiger farm north of town to a arm on the north edge of Stacy- ille which they purchased last ear. Hake--Wanda Quam and Betty olven are spending a week at IB Omar Folven home at Ackey. Goodell--Delorus Berhow who as been employed in San Diego, al., the past year, arrived home unday for a visit at the par- jital, Alvis Berhow home. Thompson -- Pfc. Stanley H. earce with the army stationed at amp McCain, Miss., is visiting us mother, Mrs. Anna Pearce. on 15-day furlough, his sister, Mela, of Des Moines, came with im. Cresco--United Service Women f Howard county will meet at he Cresco public library March 5. District President Mrs. Carl Rice advises that unit officers e elected. Luverne--Mr. and Mrs. Guy rauger, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof, and Irs. Harold Trauger and son, went '-Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Sunday, visit Harold Trauger, who is in le military service. Ackley--Mr. and Mrs. John Am- nann, who visited relatives the ast 6 weeks, left for their home t Carlsbad, N. Mcx. Fredericksburg -- A check of 70.67 has been added to the easury of the Boy Scout patrol 1 Fredericksburg, as the result the sale of waste paper. Popejoy -- Miss Lois Warman as given a prc-nuptial shower, the church dining room rc- cntly. Ackley--R. R. Hadley and Hen' Carstens who spent the past 6 eeks in California, have rc- irned home. Stacyville--Brother Hubert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Stacyville, who has been stationed at Elizabeth, N. J., for several years, has been assigned to the Alexian Brothers hospital at Chicago. Hntchtns--Miss Ruth Weiland spent the past weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Weiland. She is employed in Waterloo. Goodell -- Howard Boiler enlisted in the navy and went to Des Moines Monday for his examination. Thompson--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shay and son Billie left Monday morning for Hastings, Nebr. Dean will seek work there. Cresco -- The Howard county chapter of the Red Cross. undeY direction of D. D. Webber ot Cresco as chairman, is making another intensive drive for funds. Manly--Cpl. Willis Hogan le Saturday for Camp Roberts, Cal after spending several days i the home of his parents, Mr. an Mrs. C. H. Hogan. Northwood--Ensign and Mr George Nelson left Monday fo San Francisco where the ensig will report for active duty Marc 10. They plan to visit Ensig Lawrence Nelsoa and Jamily a San Leandro enroute. The me are brothers. Cresco---Mrs. Bertha Nichols o Cresco enjoyed a fesv days' vis from her son, Sgt. Jean Nichol of Fort Bliss, Tex. Latimer--Mrs. E. H. Grumme of Oxford left after a visit wit her son and family, Mr. and Mrs L. J. Grummer. Ackley--Mr. and Mrs. 011 Grobe had word from their son Henie, that 'he was leaving fo sea duty. Clarion--Mr. and Mrs. R. C Campbell of Clearwater, Cal., ar parents of a son, Douglas Wayne born Feb. 26. Mr. Campbell i a former Clarion resident, son o Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell. Manly--Mrs. James Wood hac as her guest last weekend, Mrs Charles Crow of Inver Grove. Northwood--Pfc. Lloyd Felej who is stationed at Carolin; Beach, N. Car., is spending a 1: day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ferley. Rockwell--Woodson Barret ar rived from Sewal for a visit at thi home of Mr. and Mrs. John Har rington near Rockwell. Mr. Bar ret has 2 sons in the army, one overseas. Stacyville--Mrs. Jim Larsen wife of Pvt. Larsen of San Diego Cal., returned home Friday afte several months visit with he: husband. Hutchins--Mrs. Helen Larson i: at Forest City helping care fo. her aged mother, Mrs. Nets Vorland, who is ill. Hampton--Pfc. Kenneth Armfield returned to' Hunter Ligget military reservation near Cam[ Roberts, Cal., after an 18 day furlough with relatives and friends. Clarion--Mr. and Mrs. W. J tlenry are in receipt of word tha ;heir son, Sgt. C. W. Henry, has been promoted to staff sergeant. Cresco--Raphael Komarek OL "Jew York City where he is sla- ioned with the- navy, spent a rief furlough with his mother Mrs. Mamie Aberiy, and her mother. Luverne--Mrs. H. Von Draska ·eturned Friday from Excelsior, Minn., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Vida Boyle, and ler granddaughter, Mrs. Gene- 'ieve Walters, of Syracuse, N. Y. Latimer--Mr. and Mrs. K. J. 'raugott, former residents ,of ^atimer, now of Cedar Falls, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Ackley--Francis Hanig, So., ob- erved his 83rd birthday Monday. He is in fairly good health. Sexton--Mr. and Mrs. Richard tliller came Wednesday morning rom Maro Bay. Cal., where Richrd is stationed, and are visitin" iis mother, Mrs. Mary Miller of iexton. They will return Sunday. lemon S. Bowers Dies n West; Rites in Iowa Cresco--Vernon S. Bowers, 60 ormerly of Cresco and vicin- ty, died Monday of pneumonia at hospital in Oakland, Cal. Burial vill be at Lime Springs. He is urvived by his wife and a daugh- er, Mrs. Ray Galvin of Lime prings, and a son, Lt. Donald M. Jowers of the army air corps Seymour, Ind. He also leaves 3 broth- rs, Donald Bowers of Lime prings, Rose Bowers of Mason -ity and Grant Bowers of West Jnion, and a sister, Mrs. Esther Healy of West Union. WILL RECEIVE WINGS Rockwell--Mr. and Mrs. Henry choll left Thursday for Texas to ttend the graduation of their aughter. Lt. Vcllma ScholK \vho : ill receive her wings. Lieuleii- nt Scholl was a graduate nurse f Mercy hospital, Dubuque. Beware Coughs fro« COMMON cotfc That Hang On CreomulsJon relieves promptly bemuse It goes right to the seat ol the trouble to help loosen and expel rerm laden phlegm, and aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender, in- amed bronchial mucous mem- ranes. Tell your druggist to sell you bottle of Creomulsion with the un- erstanding you must like the way it ulckly allays the cough or you are *a have your money back. CREOMULSION for Courfis, ChesrCoIds, Bronchitis TOYS We make all kinds of TOYS out of wood. Wrife or phone for . . . . · WHOLESALE PRICES · FREE CATALOGUE Toys on sale in Mason City at the Boomhower Hdw. CANFIELD McCANN TOY COMPANY 2«7lhN. E. Mason City 2573-J PLAN RITES FOR SEAMAN DUCLOS Solemn Requiem Mass Will Be Held Thursday Manly--Solemn requiem memorial mass will be held at Sacred Heart ehui-ch Thursday at 9:30 a m. for Bernard F. Duclos, seamai 2/c,« who died Jan. 3, on the U. S. S. Turner. Assisting the Rev. Father Ferring in the mass will be outside priests. The American Legion and Auxiliary will attend in, a group witi the colors. Bernard was the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Duclos, and had been ir the service for more than 2 years Many Change Homes in and Near Manly .Manly -- Harley McQuatters, brakemun for the Rock Island, a former Manly resident, has moved with his family from Cedar Rapids back to Manly. They are occupying the Snopek house, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Leslie. Mrs. Leslie moved to the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Kline, for the duration. The George Hanna family have moved to the Charles Dahl farm. Charles Hanson has moved with his family from Murray Hill to the Petzniek farm south of Grafton. The place Mr. Hanson vacated is now occupied by the Walter Symes family of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hurtman ivho came here from Griswold a month ago, and have been staving with her mother, Mrs. Lena Tietz. have located on their farm near Bolan. Mr. and/Mrs. Elmer Klemp and family, are located on the Frank -hlupach farm, having moved irom the Charles Dahl place. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McKercher have rented their farm to lames Kline and moved to Many. They recently purchased a :esidenc-e from Mrs. Alyda Allen. The J. R. Einerlson family vacated the Cerney house and are now located on the Rossiter farm n the extreme east part of Manly. Truck Hits Terminal 'ole; Knocks Service Bancroft--The K and H tank ruck skidded into one of the arge terminal electric and. tele- ihone poles in the south part of Bancroft during the snowstorm Monday night and broke it into 3 )ieces. Electric and telephone ervices in the rural district were lisrupted for a lime. The truck yas only slightly damaged. Wiliam Rustemeir was driving the ruck at the time. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations . . CLARION--The local American Legion and Auxiliary will hold their annual anniversary party preceded by a covered dish dinner March 13 at the Legion hall. C. W. Sankey o£ Clarion, 3rd district commander, will speak. RUDD -- The United Service Women were to meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. ~H. A Dockstader. BELMOND--Progress club will meet with Miss Matilda Skovlin Tuesday. BUFFALO C E N T E R -- The United Service Women unit 129 will hold a .work meeting at the city hall Tuesday afternoon. Four wool quilts are to be tied as well as 3 laprobes. ALTA VISTA -- The March meeting of the Alta Vista Commercial club will be held in Forester hall Monday night. BELMOND--Navy Mothers club was postponed on account of bad weather and will meet Tuesday mgnt at the Maurice Dillon home. RUDD--The Men's Brotherhood mil meet in the social rooms of the Methodist church Monday evening. MANLY--The Brotherhood of the Bethel church will meet Monday evening when guests will be the Mason City Brotherhood LATIMER-The Legion Auxil- ,ary will meet Thursday evenin" March 16, at the home of MrT William Heginger WEST UNION -- Mrs. John E Hush is the new president of Chapter DB. P. E. O. elected Monday. Mrs. Robert F. Estery is vice president; Mrs. Leon Luyton _ecording secretary: Airs. Clyde Blunt, corresponding secretary Mrs. George Wopdard, treasurer Mrs. W. H. Antes, -chaplain; and VIrs. John P. Camp, guard. Mrs Rush, president, is delegate to at- end the state convention to be leld at Marshalltown in May Mrs. Robert Estey is alternate. WEST UNION--Lee G. Johns vho served the past year as vice president of the West Union Citizens' club VIMS elected president it this week's meeting. Other of- 'icers elected are Linus Pulz vice president: Voyle Potter, secretary and E. M. Phillips, treasurer. Di- ectors are Gerhard Johnson harles Halverson and John E' Rush. HOLD PERRY RITES Greene--Funeral services for Oscar Perry, Greene farmer, who lied at the Cedar Valley hospital t Charles City Tuesday, was to e held at the Methodist church t Greene, Friday afternoon, with he pastor, the Rev. H. F. Mercer fficiating. ' DIES AT IOWA CITY Bancroft -- Alden Winter died 'uesday evening at the University lospital in Iowa City. Mr. Winter ad been a patient at thp hospital he past 3 weeks. He was a broth- r of Mrs. Alice Anderson HEARS BROTHER DIES IN NORWAY J. H. Hagen Gets Word by Red Cross Assistance Joice--J. H. Hagen, local but- tennaker, recently received a letter containing a telegram originally written to his brother, Haakon Hagen in Robin Hood, Saskatchewan, Canada, from their sister, Karen Gjcrde at Oslo, Norway, telling of the death of their brother, Kristian. The telegram had come through the European Red Cross headquarters at Geneva, Switzerland, to the Red Cross inquiry bureau at Ottawa, and finally to the Canadian Red Cross society, Saskatchewan' division with provincial headquarters at Regina, Sask. The message read as follows: "Advise Haaken H a g e n , Robin Hood, S a s k., was w i t h dear brother, Kristian, Oct. 13, when he died peacefully. Everybody se well. .Love, Karen Gjerde." Kristian Hagen was 52 arid had journeyed to the U. S. twice, living in the vicinity north of here tor 12 years, about 27 years ago. The second time he stayed about 1 year when he returned to Norway. He was married and has a family. He has one son fighting "or Norway. At one time he contracted the job of grading some land between Twin Lakes and Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. William Tesch, 73, Dies; Rites Saturday St. Aiisgar-- Funeral services for Mrs. William Tesch, 73, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Lutheran church, the Rev. O. A. Langehough officiating. She died Tuesday at n Mason City hospital where she had been ta'ken a few days before for medical care. She was born in Chickasaw county, near Lawler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthias Buehrer, but had been a resident of this vicinity for many years. Surviving are her husband and several brothers and sisters. Burial will be in Rock Creek cemetery,, southwest of St. Ansgar. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789 in ererf aenM of the word. Smart lo choose these panel color Miami cloths lo set off with rich embroidery trims . . . smart to design such figure-praising dresses. Rose, Blue, Luggage, Gieen. Lett Claiie Tiifany's collarless slyle; 12 to 20. Right Irma Hill's half-size cardigan coat irock; UVi to 24'/j. $7.95 Exclusive with

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