The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 25, 1945 · Page 13
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January 25, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JANUARY zs, 1945 Rationing Calendar 'MEAT--The Book No. 4 red stamps Q5, R5, J55, T5, U5. V5, \V5 and XS now valid. Next scries will be validated Jan. 28. PROCESSED FOODS--The Book No. 4 blue stamps X5. Y5, Z5. A2, B2, C2. D2, E2, F2 and G2 now valid. Next series ,will be validated Feb. l. t SHOES--Stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 on the f Airplane sheet in Book 3, are good indefinitely. I SUGAR--Stamp 34. labeled "Sugar 1 * in [Book 4, good for a pounds, is now valid, f Next stamp becomes valid Feb. I. r GASOLINL-- The 6 HA coupons are 1 good for 4 gallons each through March f 21. ,The 15A coupons become valid March 22. B5, C5, B6 and C6 coupons good for 5 gallons each and B4 and C4 coupons no 'longer valid. NOTE--Blue and Red stamps in War Book 4 worth 10 points each. Red tokens given in change for Red meat stamps. Certificates no longer needed for re- capplng truck tires. Certificates no longer needed to purchase , inner tubes or to purchase used farm implement tires. Commercial vehicle inspections every G months or every 5,000 miles, whichever occurs sooner. The Mason City war price and ration- Ing office is open from 1 to 3:30 Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. on Saturday. Mason City Calendar Jan. 25--Annual Y. W. C. A. meeting dinner at 6:30 at V. W. Jan. 20--Annual meeting of- Cerro Gordo county chapter o£ Red Cross at high school auditorium, at 8 p. m. -Jan. 30--Annual dinner meeting of Mason ^ City branch of Lutheran Welfare society at Y. M. C. A. banquet room at ·'- 6:30 p. m. "Feb. 1--Federal court session starting at '-- 1:30 p. m. 'Feb. 5-9--Red Cross blood donor clinic - for Cerro Gordo county at Y. M. C. A. ".'· in ilason City. Feb. 25--Law enforcement conference In ; - -Mason City under TBI sponsorship. · Feb. 2c--Concert by James Melton, tenor, r sponsored by Mason City Community concert association. LOCAL BOARD NO. 2 SENT 14 MEN THURSDAY -- Fourteen inductees left board No. 2 Thursday morning on the 2:50 bus for Fort Snellirig, Minn., where they will be classified for entry into the army or navy. Shown at the bus depot just before leaving are Donald G. Peterson, Allen S. Hendricksen, Stanley R. King, Clay L. Woodhouse, James E. Klinge, Earl D. Weaver, Henry Arends, Maynard W. Smith, Leonard I. Dolan, Emmett M. Logan, Charles E. Brady, John J. Martin, Gerald A. Cahill and John Joseph Hingis. Representatives of the Citizen's Victory committee, shown with the colors, were present with their'customary gifts and best wishes as a sendoff for the new inductees. (Lock photo, Kay- .enay engraving) 5 Democrats File for City Posts Salvage Calendar County Chairman Ivan Barnes Women's Division Mrs, H. D. Makcever PAPER: Tie bundles securely, loose paper in, bags or boxes. Boy Scouts col- ' . lect first Saturday of February. Phone 1 200- TH 1 ? CANS: Remove labels, clean, cut -, both ends and flatten- Hold for future : pickup. Phone Mrs. Pendergraft, city chairman, 4489-J. For out of town collections call or write Ivan A. Barnes. Foresters Bide- Phone 1300. WASTE FATS: Deliver to~ your local " market, Two red points and 4c per · pound. City-wide collection by Girl Scouts, and Cubs, Feb. 3. RAGS: Collect clean rags and old cloth- inc of all kinds. Leave at courthouse. HtAi: Farm scrap badly needed. Sell to dealer or give to savage committee. CONTAINERS: Cardboard containers of : all kinds must be saved. Grocers will be unable to furnish cartons or sacks as in the past. Use your own container when shopping. MOVIE MENU . CECIL--"Gypsy Wildcat" now playing. | PAT-ACE--"Enemy of Women" a n d "Reckless Ase" end Friday. I STRAND--"The Hairy Apt" and "10 [ Thieves" now playinjr. [l STATE--"the Kansan" and "The House Across the Bay" t n d Saturday. |[LAKE--"My Pal. Wolf* and "Meet Miss Bobby Sox" end Thursday. "Cyclone Prairie Rangers'* and "Dancing in Man. ballan" start Friday. HERE IN IMASON CITY ·'.Rummage Sale, 32 East State Jstreet, Fri. and Sat. Circle 1, Holy |Family Ladies' Aid. " . Farm loans tailored to your I needs. M. C. Loan 1 Investment Co. ODAC spray removes room i odors. Boomhower Hardware. For paint see Paynes. Ph. 245. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Pvt. Keith L. Haight Missing in Luxembourg Since December 22 Pvt. Keith L. Haight, son of Mr. and Mrs, Elgar Z. Haight, route 3, has been missing in action in Luxembourg since Dec. 22, according to word received from the war department. Pvt. Haight has been overseas a year and has seen front line action in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. 1ST CANDIDATES ENTER RACE FOR NEW POSITIONS Jake Douglas, Demo Chairman, Files Names at City.Hall The affidavits of 5 candidates for city offices under the mayor and council form of government, which goes into effect in April, were filed at the city hall at noon Thursday by Jake Douglas, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county democratic central committee. The candidates are: W. V. Lorine, proprietor of the Loring Supply company; residence 720 Carolina N. E.--councilman at large. Herman F. Schorping, watchman at Jacob E. Decker anfl Sons; residence, 1411 North Federal--councilman, 1st ward. Jay Folsom, operator of the Folsom Auto company; residence, 907 Washington N. \V---councilman, 2nd ward. E. J. Bohn, manager of the Mason City Warehouse corporation; residence, 112G 3rd S. W.--councilman, 4th ward. R. A. Ludeman, former hanker and farmer, 725 Washington N. W. --assessor. Petitions were being circulated for the candidacies of Mr. Loring for councilman at large and Mr. Ludeman for assessor. Only affidavits are necessary for filing as councilmen from each ward. The names of these candidates will go on the democratic ballot at the city primary election to -be held'Feb. 26. Their names are the first to be filed in the forthcoming races which will determine who are to fill the positions on the council and in other offices as the new form of government goes into effect the first Monday in April The regular city election is on March 26. To be elected are a mayor, 2 councilmen at large and one councilman from each of the city's 4 COMDR. CHAMBLISS RECEIVING PURPLE HEART-- Comdr. William C. Chambliss, husband o£ the former Ruth Parker of Mason City, is shown receiving the purple heart presented by Capt. George W. Campbell, acting director of the office of public relations. The presentation was made Jan. 19 and was given for wounds Comdr. Chambliss received on Sept. 15, 1942, while he was serving as flag secretary and flag navigator of a navy task force. When wounded, Comdr. Chambliss was stationed aboard one of the early "Fighting Ladies," the first U.S.S. Wasp, and was on the bridge when she was attacked./ Comdr. Chambliss, whose, home is in El Cajon. CaL, is now living at 304 Fountain street, Alexandria, Va. He is head of the Program Branch of the Office of Public Relations. Mrs. Chambliss is the daughter of Starr Parker, formerly of Mason City, now living in California. (Official navy photograph) W. V. LOKING --Councilman at Large JAY A. FOLSOJI Councilman, 2nd Ward E. J. BOHN --Councilman, 4th Ward R. A. LUDEMAN --Assessor Pvt. Johnson Is Killed in France Pvt. Robert Bruce Johnson, vhose wife lives at 4 Hazel court, vas killed in action in France on Dec. 21, according to a message received here from the war department. Pvt. Johnson had been overseas Field Worker To Tell Story of Red Cross Overseas Operations -£. m ^ A A s': rfs A sl« $£ s£ =£ ^ ?o Speak at ligh School Monday Night Red Cross Gets Check From St. John School Algbna--Kossuth chapter of the Red Cross received a check for $45.80 as a donation from St. John's school, Bancroft, as an appreciation o£ the work the organization is doing. Pupils b£ the schools arranged basketball games between Leciyard junior^ high and high school teams and St. John's and proceeds from the 2 games after deducting expenses comprised the donation. [SAVE MORE GET EXTRA USED RED FATS-POINTS PUBLIC PRESENTATION OF AWARD -- Presentation of the bronze star medal awarded post- hnmousiy to Sgt. Cecil T. Wold- moc will be made to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Woldmoe, Sunday afternoon at the program of the rejrular monthly public memorial service at Music hall at 4 o'clock. Col. H. H. Odell of the war department reserve officers training corps, Iowa State college, will make the presentation. wards, assessor, police judge and city treasurer. , Interest was still focused on possible mayor candidates for the reason that under the mayor and council government the mayor is clothed with extensive powers. Mr. Loring, candidate for councilman at large, prominent in many activities in this community, has lived in Mason City 33 years. He was born and received his early "school training at Indianola and attended Simpson and Iowa State college. He came to Mason City to join the Hathorn Auto company and later opened up his own business handling typewriters a n d other office equipment. Mr. Scherping, candidate for councilman; 1st ward, is a long time resident in Mason City, having operated a pool hall in the north part of the city for many years. Following his retirement he accepted a temporary position as watchman for the Decker company. Mr. Folsom, candidate for councilman, 2nd ward, has been in the automobile business here since 1934, previous to which time he was sales manager for a local automobile Sales concern. He has lived in Mason City more than 20 years. . \ E. J. Bohn, candidate for the 4th ward council posHion, was made general manager and secretary and treasurer of the Warehouse corporation when F. D. Pearce entered the armed services, previous to which time he served as assistant manager. Mr. Bohn was reared on a farm north of Ventura and was graduated from the Hamilton School o£ Commerce in Mason City. He was accountant and auditor for the Champlin Refining company for several years. . Mr. Ludeman, candidate for the city assessor nomination on the democratic ticket, has had 10 years of experience as a banker. Seven of these years were spent in Parkersuurg, where he was serving on the town council at the time he moved to Mason City. He was for 3 years in the banking business in Mason City. Mr. Ludeman also has served as federal land appraiser, receiving his appointment in 1941. He also served as appraiser for the Federal Land Bank of Omaha during the lime he was cashier of the former Central Trust company bank in Mason City. THOMAS LYNCH SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Arrangements Are Not Complete Thomas Francis Lynch died in a local hospital Thursday morning at 2 o'clock following an illness of 2 weeks. The body is at the Patterson funeral home. Arrangements for the funeral are incomplete- Mr. Lynch was born on Jan. 8, 1877, in Cedar Rapids and had lived in Mason City the last 35 years. He had been in the hospital 2 weeks. He is survived by a brother, \V. J. Lynch, Winnebago Heights; 3 sisters, Mrs. M- E. Twinning, Ce- "dar Rapids; Mrs. W. W. Valentine. Chicago, and Mrs. John Loftus, Beloit, Wis. Edward N. Nelson, 82, Succumbs at Hospital Following an Illness Edward N. Nelson, 82, died Thursday morning at* 1:30 at a local hospital, where he had been since Jan. 16 following a broken hip received in a fall. Mr.' Nelson was born in Mitchell county on Jan. 15, 1863, and made his home with a niece, Mrs. F. C. Bush, Clear Lake. Funeral arrangements are as yet incomplete. The body is at the Patterson funeral home. Stories of narrow escapes wher is post was bombed and stratec nd the experience of operating le farthest American outposi ill be related by H. F. Dear, merican Red Cross assistanl eld director, when he speaks al ic high school auditorium in Maon City Monday, Jan. 29, at 8 clock under the sponsorship of IB Cerro Gordo county Red Cross lapter, T. L. Connor, chapter nairman, announces. An effort is being made to pro- ure a large attendance at the meeting by the hundreds of men nd women who have been'bctivi n various types of Red Cros: vork the past year. ,Dear, who was overseas for 16 lonths, served part of that tim n remote Hollandia, While we were there all ou led Cross equipment had to b flown over the Owcn-StanJe. mountains," said the Red Cros man. "Sometimes we were isolate or days by bad weather. Th constant bombing of the airfie didn't make it any easier. 'One lamented strafing casualt was our ice cream machine. Yo can't imagine how important ic cream is to those b.oys stuck i that hot, uncomfortable climate Being a Red Cross field worke s a 24-hour job, Dear assertei He slept in a bunk back of his o fice and was on call at all time He helped hundreds of GI with trieir personal problems an assisted in transmitting and ol taininR emergency messages. H also operated canteens and arranged recreational programs for the fighting men. Prior to his Red Cross appointment. Dear served as director of the Bureau of Information in Hibbing, Minn., his home town, and was executive secretary of the Hibbing Chamber of Commerce, recorder on the Village Council and park foreman of the Hibbing Park board. He is a past commander ol the American Legion post in Hibbing, honorary member of the Veterans o£ Foreign Wars, past vice-commander of the American Legion state department of Minnesota as well as a life member of the Elk's lodge. MRS. MARTIN, 75, SUCCUMBS Funeral Services to Be Saturday at St. Joseph's Mrs. Walter J. Martin, 75, died uddenly at her home, 102 Con- iccticut S. E., Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Martin was the mothe of Mrs. C. M. Franchere, 930 Madson N. W. Funeral services will be held iaturday morning at 9:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's church with the Rev. P. J. Behan officiating. Bural will be in St. Joseph's ceme- ery. The Rosary is to be said Thursday and Friday evening at o'clock at the Meyer funeral jome where the body is lying in tate. Mrs. Martin was born March 9, 1869, at Clifton Springs, N. Y., the laughter of James and Honora Sweeney. She was married to Walter J. Martin on April 20, 1892, it Clifton Springs and they "lived at Newark, N. Y., for several years. In 1910 they came to Mason ity, where Mr. Martin was a urtncr with his brother, Thomas, in the M a r t i n Manufacturing company. Always active in local church and social circles, Mrs. Martin was a charter member of the Athenian club, a member of the Woman's club, St. Joseph's Tabernacle society and the American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving, in addition to Mrs. Franchere, are 3 sons, Waiter Jr., Leo and Bernard Martin, all of Berkeley, Cal., and 4 grandchildren, Corinne Marr Franchere, a student at the University of Wisconsin, Diane and Mary Martin of Berkeley and Jim Morse of the United States navy. Mrs. Martin was preceded in death by her husband in 1929. The Meyer funeral home is in charge of arrangements. HOLIDAY BUYING RAISED MONTH'S SALE OF LIQUOR Total $52,298.40 for December Eclipsed $35,383 in November Pre-holiday buying caused a sharp increase in proceeds of the Mason City state liquor store during December, the monthly report ot the Iowa liquor control commission, released Thursday, shows. December's total was $52,298.40, while November's was only $35,383.24. Sale of war bonds and stamps at the local store rose from $2,139.20 to §332,C25.75, the report indicates. The local increase in liquor and bond proceeds was in line with the trend throughout the tate. December liquor sales were 52,930,729.15 against $2,189,843.30 in November. Bond sales were $20,379,278.05 in December, only $9,711,470.10 in November. Tola! gallonagc sold last month was 25,149.7? gallons more than for the same month of 1943-217,870.05 against 193,720.27. Following are the receipts o£ other North Iowa state-owned stores: PVT. ROBERT B. JOHNSON since last July. He was serving with the 7th army. At the time of entering the service he was employed as city salesman for Gamble-Robinson wholesale groceries here. Pvt. Johnson has 2 brothers in the service. Their father, R. E. Johnson, lives at Virociua, Wis. Cresco Girl to Speak on Air at Pittsburgh Cresco--Doris Montag, senior in Cresco high school left for Pittsburgh, Pa.. Tuesday night to participate in the Junior Town Meeting of the Air to be broadcast Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. over the Blue network. "Should America have compulsory military training for youth" is the subject on which Miss Montag will speak in the negative. Miss Montag is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Montag of Cresco. Carpenter--Clifford Ellgen. Jr., of the navy, left Monday for Norfolk, Va., after spending a 30-day leave with his wife and son, Paul. TOWN'-Algona Decorah New Ha'ton Waverly Charles City Emm'tsburg West Union Eagle Grove Hnmnlon Forest City Iowa Falls Waukon Osage Esthervillc Eldora Bclmond Garner Manly Clarion Clear Lake Dows Cresco Northwood Sumncr Britt Ackley Calmnr Greene Lav.'lcr Bancroft Livcrmore Clarksville Poslvillc DEC. $20,564.08" 14,244.33 9,fiG1.43 12,095.12 22,969.57 17,139.42 6,740.74 9,591.38 13,891.04 8,099.98 12,459.96 9,339.59 9,008.36 16,481.92 11,212.13 6,402.73 7,859.55 6,206.13 8,218.22 8,665.05 4,582.16 12,285.51 5,035.58 6,711.89 9,239.32 5,293.61 (5,184.54 5,557.37 4,060.90 11,087.79 11,010.10 4,371.02 3,423.53 NOV. $17,473.74 9,833.72 7,389.92 9,463.02 17,602.60 12,969.27 5,254.10 9,216.98 13,015.27 5,837.44 10,138.62 7,040.76 5,766.67 14,160.02 10,005.17 5,975.88 6,541.67 5,161.12 6,953.46 8,213.67 4,272.19 9,497.27 4,083.17 5,288.72 7,311.31 4,663.75 5,140.29 4,571.14 3,892.62 ' 10,618.86 9,611.97 3,725.85 2,676.72 Joice--Flight Officer Arthur Felland of the 2nd air force at Baton Rouge, La., is spending a 15 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Felland. 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