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January 21, 1943

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 194a DEADLINES: II ». «. It, * a m. ttr ·**!· K» [LEAR LAKE CLDBMAZETTE II T.. Ot Not Itteive Ptpw Btr«rti 5:30 p. m. Pbooe 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 297 West Slain St. Mrs. Atkins New Head of Newcomers CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. G. W. Atkins was chosen president of the Newcomers' Card club at a meeting held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Floyd Porter. Mrs. W. J. Durham is retiring president. Mrs. .Frank Baber was named secretary treasurer. Mrs. Sidney Brownstone won high score; Mrs. Baber, second; Mrs. Durham, third; and Mrs. William Bader, fourth. Mrs. O. B. Gift received traveling prize and Mrs. Bob Webb a special prize. A potluck luncheon was served. Mrs. Lewis Ross was assisting hostess. Mrs. Ralph Spaans, 837 North Second street, assisted by Mrs. Webb, will entertain Feb. 3 when a l o'clock potluck luncheon will again be served. * * * Other clubs also met Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Barlow entertained the Sing and Sew club at a potluck dinner with nine members present and Mrs. Melvin Barlow as guest. A discussion o£ salvage work was held during the afternoon. Mrs. James Barlow will entertain Feb.- 9 and a potluck dinner will be served. Mrs. Royal Cox spent the afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Davis. * * * Mrs. Lawrence Brown entertained the E. T. C. Bridge club with Mrs. .C. Shideler winning high, Mrs. E. A. Musgjerd, second high, and Mrs.. T. A.. Hein consolation. War stamps were given as prizes. Mrs. F. W. Irons will be hostess next Wednesday. * * * A charge of 35 cents each will be made in the future for the dinners served in connection with the monthly meetings of Park Chapter No. 35, P. E. O., it was decided by the membership at the regular session held Wednesday evening at Masonic Temple. This charge is made to meet the requirements of the food rationing program. A school of instruction for officers will be held the afternoon of Feb. 17 with Mrs. H. E. Freeman, district instructor, in charge. The regular meeting and 6:30 o'clock dinner will follow. RE-ELECTED -- D. E. Kenyon was re-elected president of the Clear Lake Federal Savings and Loan association at the directors' meeting follotvinc the annual session of stockholders in the company's offices Wednesday evening. Dr. A. S. Dice, vice president, and II. N. Hal- v o r s o * , secretary - treasurer, were also re-elected. D u r i n B the stockholders' meeting; Sir. Kenyan and Mr. Halvorson were re-elected to the board of director's. Other directors are John V. Bohnlng, L. E. Ashland, C. F. Crane, \V. H. Ward and Dr. Dice. The secretary's report for the year of 1942 showed an Increase of $13,000 in total assets. A dividend of ZYi per cent was paid stockholders. The company maintains its record of no foreclosures in the nine years it has been in existence. Will Collect Old Radios as Project CLEAR LAKE--Collection of old radios to be turned over to agencies and schools training radio technicians is a new project adopted by members of the Lions club at its meeting at Legion hall Wednesday noon. Persons having old or discarded radio sets are urged by the Lions club to leave' them at the Clear Lake office of the People's Gas and Electric company or to call Dr. H. C. Krueger, who is chairman of the project. Otto B. Petersen showed moving pictures of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and of the Wisconsin Dells for the program. Keith Jacobson, petty officer third class, of the U. S. naval armory, Chicago, was guest o£ E. H. Boyle. Ruth Juel Is Married to 0. C. Kramer CLEAR LAKE--The marriage o£ Miss Ruth Juel, manager of the Royal Beauty Shoppe for the past six years, to Omer C. Kramer, Garner, on Jan. 9 was announced Thursday by the bride's father, J. P. Juel, Forest City, The marriage service was read at the Central Christian church, Peoria, 111., by the Rev. C. C. Carpenter, brother-in-law of the bride. Attendants were Mr. anc Mrs. George Edminister, Wyanet, 111. The bride wore a two piece silk crepe suit of airforce blue made with fitted bodice. Her flowers were a shoulder bouquet of sweetheart roses. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Carpenter. After a wedding trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Kramer v.'ill be at homo on the bridegroom's farm cast of Garner. As early as May, 1917, in World war 1, there were mutinous outbreaks in the German navy. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. URGES VOTE AGE BE PUT AT 18 Mrs. Roosevelt Calls fof Lower Minimum Age WASHINGTON, (UR -- Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who often gives hints of policies being discussed in administration circles in her daily newspaper column, Thursday advocated lowering the voting age to 18. "If young men of 18 and 19 are old enough to be trained to fight their country's battles and to pro- ceed from training to the battlefields," she wrote in Thursday's column, "I think we must face the fact that they arc also old enough to know why we fight this war. "If that is so, then they arc old enough to take part in the political life of their country and to be full citizens with voting powers." She said that the question had been academically discussed for some time, "but now it becomes more than an academic question." Cahokia Mound, in Illinois, is the largest prehistoric earthwork in America. Nazis Report Saturday Night Toll From RAF Raid Increased to 110 LONDON, (IP)--DNB dispatch broadcast by the German radio said Thursday the death list oE the RAF raid upon Berlin Saturday night had risen to 110. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier faoy. USE 666 TABLETS. 5ALVE. NOSE DROPS Miss Ida Rorem Tells W.C.T.U. About Work CLEAR LAKE--Miss Ida Rorem, Mason City, spoke of child welfare and showed pictures of her wort with children at the · January session of the W. C. T.'U. held at the home of Mrs. J. C. Davenport Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. O. Lomen led devotions and Mmes. G. L. Patterson and D. H. Culver were assisting hostesses. - Mrs. C. A. Knutson and Mrs. Culver spoke concerning a petition asking that no sales of liquor be allowed in the vicinity of army camps. Mrs. Knutson will be hostess at a Willard tea at her home Feb. 17 # ¥ * IS HOSTESS TO DORCAS CIRCLE Mrs. Walter Soremen was hostess to Dorcas circle of the Zion Lutheran aid Wednesday afternoon with Mmes. H. L. Erickson, Dora Hansen, James Landingham and Peter Nielsen as guests. Mrs. Jorgen Thomas led devotions and the Rev. Ruben Mostrom gave a talk. Mrs. John Eliasen, who lives in the Keith Holt house, 611 Henry street, will be hostess Feb. 17. BOARD LISTS 34 TIRES RATIONED 21 Recaps, 14 Tubes Allowed for Week C L E A R LAKE--Thirty-four tires of all kinds, 21 recaps and 14 tubes were allowed by rationing board 17-2 for the period Jan. 11 to 16, it was announced Thursday. Of Hie tires 26 were grade 3. Of tires for passenger cars Holden Nelson, Clear Lake, received one grade 1. Peter Wahler, Carl P. Floy and Ernest Meyers, Thornton; Vern Bacon and Max Dieiricii, Ventura; Carrol Boelje, Rockwell, and Phillip Hoffman, Donald Folvig, . Harold Winterstein, Arthur Minchoiv, Christian Schroeder and Clyde Smith, Clear Lake, one each of grade 3. Emil * * Palmateer, * Clear Lake, was allowed three grade 3 tires- Ed Lenning, Robert Zobel and Leonard Bowers, Clear Lake, 2 each; C. B. Keel. Mason City, 2, and Forrest Gobeli, Thornton, 3. Edward Mason, Thornton, was allowed two passenger recans; Fred Wilson, Chris Jasperson and Loretta Marshall, Clear Lake, 2 each: H. N. Halvorson, Clear Lake, 4; Harold Winterstein and Ed' Lenning. Clear Lake, 1 each; Herman I. Johnson, Swaledale, 1. and Howard M. Wirtz, Thornton, 2. * * * Bus, truck and tractor tires were allowed t\vo each to W. A. DeMerritt, Ventura, and McE!- doon and Son and Jack Levisav. Clear Lake. Jacob P, Johnson and Marlus F. Perkins, Clear Lake, got t\vo truck recaps each. Jacob Maason, Clear Lake, was allowed Winning Scores in Intramurals Listed CLEAR LAKE--Iowa won 30 to 25 over Ohio State in the third round of the intramural basketball series at the high school gym Wednesday evening. Michigan triumphed over Indiana 29 to 25, Minnesota downed Northwestern 27 to 22 and Wisconsin trampled on Purdue 31 to 23. In the Big Six event Kansas U walloped Nebraska 15 to 4, Oklahoma scored a 15 to 6 victory over Kansas State and Missouri buried Iowa State in a 24 to 2 landslide. The series will continue next Wednesday evening with the first game called at 6:30 o'clock. No charge is made for admission and the public is invited to attend. one implement tire. Passenger car and motorcycle tubes were approved as follows: Herman Heitiand, Ventura, 4; John K. Arends, Clear Lake, 2- Ernest W. Meyers. Thornton, 1; C. B. Neel, Mason City, 1; William DeMerritt, Ventura, 1; A. O. Ashland, Emil Palmateer, Christian Schroeder and Marious Nielsen, Clear Lake, 1 each, and Ben Myhre, Hanlontown, 1. WAR WORKERS · In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, there are no chemicals, HO minerals, na phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different-- eel different. Partly ttgcteblc --a combination of 10 vegetable ingredients formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoated or candy coated, their action is dependable, thorough, yet gentle, as millions of NR's have proved. Get a 25 box today ... or larger economy sue. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Modern Woodmen o£ America lodge, Ward's store, 8 o'clock. Verity lodge No. 250. A. F. and A. M., Masonic Temple, 8 o'clock. O. N. O. club, Mrs. Keith Raw, 111 Southwest Center street. Friday--Red Cross surgical dressings, rcstroom, 1:30 o'clock. E. B. Bridge club, Mrs. J. P. Isaksen, 610 Kimball street. Star club, Mrs. G. E. Wallin, 300 North Elm street. Christian Workers, P.Irs. Austin 118 West Benton Clear Lake Briefs Twenty-six women met at the restroom Wednesday afternoon and made 2,200 Red Cross surgical dressings. This brings the total to date to 16,000. The workroom will be open Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:30 o'clock and all women are invited to come and help in the work,, C. \\. Butts, sr., elec. pumps, jacks and pump repair. Phone 107. The meeting pf circle 1 of the Methodist W. S. C. S., scheduled at the home of Mrs. H. G. Garth Friday afternoon, has been postponed a week. ' Art Butts, well drilling-, elec. pump sales, service. Phone 224. The meeting: of Lakeside Ladies aid officers Wednesday to make out the year's calendar was postponed because of cold weather and drifted roads. Due to a missprint in the schedule, Humboldt was announced as the Lions' adversary in the basketball game here Friday evening. Instead Charles City teams will meet the Lions on the home floor. A doubleheader is scheduled with the first game opening at 7:15 o'clock. E. jr. Duesenber?. Inc., moved its offices Thursday from 113 North Fourth street to the front office, ground floor, of the Cerro Gordo Bank building, at the corner o£ North Fourth and Main streets. Mrs. Lee Alien has returned to her home in Minneapolis after spending several days with her cousin, Mrs. Lauretta Henderson. Oakwood. Claron Leith is expected to arrive Friday from Clinton to spend the weekend with his wife and family who are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Siesseger and with his own parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Leith and daughter Mrs. Wallace Kroeger, and children. The Navy Mothers club plans to hold a courtesy at Legion hall Friday evening in 'honor of Harold Kocourek, who took part in battles in the Solomon Islands and is now visiting his mother, Mrs. Adolph Kocourek, 715 South Third street. Navy Mothers and their families are invited and an impromptu program will be held. A potJuck dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. Members are to bring their own table service and sa.rulwicb.es and a covered dish. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Henninesen, 700 North Third street, plan to move next week to 320' East State street, the house recently vacated by the Henry Monroe family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Claesgens, who are living at 205 East State street, have purchased the Louis Bass* house in which the Henning- sens have been living and plan to move in Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stout, Patterson, have leased the house at 300 East Main street and are to move here soon. Mr. Stout is employed by the Sears Construction company. L. E. Jacobson, 'secretary, took the books of the Clear L;ike Cooperative creamery to Fort Dodge Thursday to have them audited in the auditing department of the Reynolds, street. Methodist W. S C. S.. Circle 3, ,- nmnnm nuaeur Mrs. J. C. Davenport, 415 North Fourth street; circle 5, Mrs Will Rich, 300 North Third street; circle 6. Mrs. Holden Nelson, 406 North street, all at 2 o'clock. Basketball game, Charles City vs. Clear Lake, high school gym Ederx Farm club, City hall, evening. Dorcas Society of Gospel Tabernacle, H. M. Dunsmoor home, 212 Jefferson street. Townsend club, William Tedder home, 309 South Fourth street, 8 o'clock. Navy Mothers club, Legion hall, 6:30 o'clock. Farmers Grain Dealers association there. Usually the auditor comes to Clear Lake. The change is made because of a shortage of auditors. Mr. Jacobson was accompanied by his son, Keith Jacobson, Chicago, petty officer third class in the navy. . I The Rev. J. O. Blaness, South Haven, Minn., will conduct services at the Bethlehem Lutheran church Sunday at 11 o'clock in the morning and at 8 o'clock in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Bickford have received word that their son, Ray, is now located 'at Camp Robinson, Ark., and William is at Camp Bowie, Texas. Ray entered the service last Dec. 5 and William Dec. 29. Wild Duck Storage Final Day Jan. 22 CLEAR LAKE--J. Z. Stevens, stale conservation officer, announced that Friday is the last day.that wild duck may be legal- Men Initiated to Phi Zeta Fraternity CLEAR LAKE--Kaymond Fistler and Richard Bragor, seniors, were among the 19 Iowa State college students and faculty members who were initiated into Phi Zcta, national honorary veterinary medicine fraternity, at Ames Tuesday evening, it was learned Thursday. Raymond is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fistler, 300 West Division street, and Richard of Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Brager, 608 South Third street. ly held in storage on a state permit. The federal government does not issue permits to hold ducks longer than a 30 day period, Mr. Stevens stales. ON SA.LI THU/tSDAY fRIDAYvtJ SATURDAY Y O U ' R E A L W A Y S W E L C O M E A T W A L G R E E N S D R U G S T O R E S 101 SO. 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