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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1944
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I North Iowa School Districts Elect Board Members SOME BALLOT ON SCHOOL ISSUES Iowa Falls Okays Free Textbooks; Vote Light Iowa Falls--Only 92 votes were cast in the school election Monday. Mrs. E. Z. Welden and E. II Sproat were elected members oi the board o£ education. Sproal succeeds Clarence Smith, who was not a candidate. Two special questions were: voted on: 78 favored free text! books, and 14 opposed the plan. Books have been furnished on a rental plan for several years. The other question, 81 favored and 11 opposed giving the board of education authority to receive bids for the sale of Tower school, a grade school building which has not been used for several years. B r a d f o r d--Elmer Haekbarth was elected to succeed E. E. Klein whose term expired. Other members elected to the board are Kasper Meyer and Irae Furman. Garner--C. H. Scissel and A. E. Rasmussen were re-elected directors o£ the Garner school district and Herbert L. Orenburg was reelected treasurer. Only 92 votes . were cast. Calmar--Dr. F. A. Hennessy was elected to succeed Dr. C. D. Sobo; lik who resigned. Fred Meyer was elected treasurer. Northwood--C. O. Christensoi and C. A. Sharp were electee board members. Mrs. A. S. Lund was elected treasurer. Uanlonlown--Carl Holstad am Alfred Prestholdt were elected directors, and Mrs. Darlene Lor enz, treasurer. S h c f £ i e 1 d--Five candidate shared 272 ballots cast. O. L Krink and J. W. Dunnette wer elected to the board. H. O. Web was elected treasurer. Alta Vista--Elected to the boarc were Otto J. Lentz and Jerome , White, with William Joachim chosen to fill a vacancy. Jo Menges was elected- treasurer. Decorah, (JP)--A proposed S15,- 000 bond issue to finance enlarged public school playground facilities here was approved by a vote of 11G to 67. DOESN'T KNOW DIFFERENCE--Edward Stepan, 9, indicated by the arrow in this picture of the John Stepan family at Spillvillc, runs and plays the same as any other boy even though his heart is on his right side and upside down. No one ever knew of the condition until 2 years ago when a lump was discovered on the right s ld e of his chest. He was taken to a hospital at Iowa City where the unusual position of the heart was discovered. It was also found that the lad has an extra rib extending from his left shoulder to the center of his chest. The 2 girls at the back of the picture are Agnes, at the left, and Lillian. Theophilus is at the right of Edward and Wenceslaus, the youngest, is in front. Young Republicans Announce Convention DCS Sloincs, (IP)--A. Jay Beiring of F o r t Madison, Iowa, chairman of the convention committee, announced Monday that the national young republican federation has issued a call for a national convention of the organization to be held at a time and place selected by a committee which will meet April '2 in Chi- Appoint H. H. Begkman oity Clerk at Hampton Hampton--H. II. Beckman has been appointed city clerk to fill the unexpired term of Harold D. Baldwin, who died lust month. He was formerly employed as agent for the Sinclair Refining company. He had been serving as chief of the Hampton Fire department since 1941, but resigned. HANCOCK FARMS CHANGE OWNERS List Land Transfers at Recorder's Office Garner--Recent land transfers ·ecorded in the office of County Recorder F e r n Peck Kattcr totaled approximately S181.000. Deeds were recorded convoying, title to the following purchasers Gene Juel Goethe deeded 120 acres in Binghum township to Gertrude L. Harrington, consid eration 37,000; Frank Klesel, Jr 240 acres in Ellington township to F. G. Peter, consideration ap proximately §18,000; Anna Prul et al, to George Schuljer a 10 acre tract in Orthel township consideration $I7,(iOO; Lawrcnc Block an CO acre tract ill Concor township to Samuel Wrede, con sideration SS),UOO. Albert II. Kraus deeded Clifford K. Anderson a 160 aci tract near Klemmc, consideratio $21,600; the Michelson estate, 240 acre tract in Amsterdam township to Glenn F. and Elle E. Martin with consideratio 532,700. Arie Willcmseii to Central Na tionul bank in DCS Moines an i acre tract in Erin township, con sideration at §7,000; Frank \IcCorkle, et al, to Arthur Chel via a ICO acre tract in Twin La HERE and T H E R E Swalcdale--M r s. Maltie Carr id son, R. J. Carr, and Mrs. Doothy Hostettler returned from the moral of Maj. Ora W. Liltletield, ho died suddenly in Santa Ana, al. He was a former resident of es Moines. i\ckley--Elmer Koedcr, 2nd class DK. SENIOR Sl'EAKS Garner--Orthel township Farm Bureau was favored by a very excellent discussion on the control oC poultry diseases by Dr. G B. Senior, federal veterinarian from Mason City, Friday evening. Doctor Senior stressed I h e "all pullet flock plan" and the necessity of a strict sanitary program during the entire year. Rake--Capt. and Mrs. M. O. Nesheim and sons, Paul and John of Abilene, Texas, arrived this week to spend a furlough at the home of their parents, Dr. and |;~ Mrs. J. E. Russ and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Nesheim. WAG VISITS llaiilontown--Sgt. Elsie Ivcs, who is stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex., visited friends here on Thursday and Friday. She was the home economics teacher here PASSES QUOTA Gurner--The Red Cross v fund drive in Garner crossed the $2,000 mark Saturday with severa committees still to hear from. The quota for the Garner chaptei which comprises the east halt of Hancock county was $3,500. Mrs. W. G. Williams reported Friday evening that the quota had been exceeded with only about 40% of the workers having reported. ownship, consideration $19,5' Clifford Anderson ct al, to Albert H. Kraus an 80 acre tract in Twin Lake township, consideration 50,400; the Equitable Life Assurance Society oi the U. S., a 320 acre tract in Boone township to Ernest Newbrough, consideration, §30,- 800; and Oscar Larson to Leonard Johnson a 160 acre tract in Ellington township, consideration $14,800. etty officer, stationed at Great naval training station, Chiago, enjoyed a brief visit svith his 'iirents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koe- ,er and his 2 sisters. New Hampton--Mr. and Mrs. E. . Fouling have been informed hat their son,, John E. Feuling, ·eceived an advancement in rank rom second lieutenant to first ieutenant. Clarion--Sft. and Mrs. A. J. Bredall and son, Mark Stewart, will irrive Wednesday from Washington, D. C., at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stewart. Sergeant Stewart will leave Saturday for Washington where he will report for overseas duty. Mrs. Bredall and son will remain in Clarion for the duration. Ackley--Henry J. Janssen is off duty as rural mail carrier because of an attack of flu. Allison--A potluck dinner was held in the home of Pvt. am Mrs. Kline Shipman Friday eve ning honoring the Rev. and Mrs Noel Orcutt. Greene--Pvt. Richard Johnson of Sheppard Field, Tex., is on short leave at the home of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus John at Greene. He is bein Northwood--Mrs. Ronald Schuh- macker and daughter. Jcanette of Correctionville, arc visiting in the parental Herman Lau homo. Aekley--Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bcrgstrom and daughter, Mrs Vincent Linden of Swecdsburg, are guests of Dr. R. W. Baird and Mrs Margaret Baird and their son, Ensign and Mrs. Wallace Bergslrom Garner--Mr. and Mrs. Petei Engstler and Mrs. Anna G. Williams, visited over the weekenc witli relatives and friends at Wa seca, Minn. Riccvillc--Lt. Everett Martin ·om Camp Luna, Las Vegas, N. lex., is spending his furlough at ie parental Francis Martin home. Eagle Grove--Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Parsons entertained at a diner complimentary to their son, Valter Parsons, of Harvard uni- ersity. Chester--Mrs. uesday, March 14, 1911 7 IASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE KENSETT DAIRY BUSINESS SOLD Manly Creamery Buys Second Concern in MontH Kcnsctt--A deal was closed last cek when the Lindciuist dairy which operated here for the past G years, sold the business and euipment to the Manly Creamery. Mr. MelzgeT announces lie will make deliveries at Kensetl every other day. Mr. Lindquist is working at Deckers at Mason City. This is the 2nd dairy the Manly Creamery has purchased during the past month, having recently bought Kay's dairy at Manly. The creamery will furnish pasteurized milk to its customers. Fred Kchret of INCOME TAX Service Bureau ·213 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. TELEPHONE 1026 last year WAG's. before joining the ·NA5IE CANDIDATES C a 1 m a r--The Young Mens' caucus Friday resulted in the following nominations for office in the town election to be held the last Monday in march: Mayor, E. J. Hackett; councilmen; Fred Meyer, Ralph Weselman, Dan Novak, James Krall and Gregory Becker; assessor. J. F. Kodbci; treasurer, Dena Winger. TO OFFER CONCERT Xora S p r i n s s--The Nashua high school band, under the direction of Leon Krafft, will play a joint concert with the N o r a Springs high school band .under the direction of E. L. Snyder, at the Nora Springs high school auditorium Tuesday at 8 p. m. The smelt, a fish common to Lake Michigan, disappeared mysteriously from those waters in the winter of FILE CITIZENS' TICKET Greene--Present town officials, with the exception of treasurer, are seeking re-election on the Citizens' ticket. They are Herman Wolf for mayor; J. B. Hardy, William Bronscma, J. P. Wagner, Royal Hardman, and Clifford Smith for councilmen: Frank Knight, assessor. For treasurer, Dias K. Ellis will seek the office held by Vert Barlh who expects to be called for induction into military service soon. ·· Jinx Pursues Soldier; Now He Loses Leg Clarion--Word that Lt. Randall Matson has been wounded in action in Italy was received late Monday by his mother, Mrs. E .E. Maxhcimcr, of near Clarion. Lieutenant Matson was reported to have lost his right leg betow the knee and injuries to his ribs anc right arm. His-wounding is only the last of a series of harrowing experiences for the Clarion man. He enterec service in July 1941, and went to officer candidate school with the field artillery nt Ft. Sill, pkla., ii June, 1942, graduating in Sop tcmber. In January, 18-13, he boarded a transport to cross the Atlantic and it was rammed and sunk, the men on board being landed at Bermuda. He later continued across and took part in the North African and Sicilian campaigns. He also was at Cassino before being transferred to the Aimo beachhead where he was wounded. transferred to Salt Lake City. Norlhwood--Mrs. Erick John son spent several days this wee with her son, Omer, who has bee a patient since last August at th Sister Kenny Institute in Min nenpolis. Goldl'leli!--Pvt. Ed Capscl, wh is stationed in Arizona, is spending a furlough w i t h his wife, who is staying at the parental W. V. Jones home for the duration. Northwood--Mrs. J. F. Hale vas brought home Thursday from Mason City hospital where she lad been about 6 \veeks for troat- i c n t following complications rom a broken hip suffered C iionths ago. A c k l e y -- Commander P a u l Vurtzcl of the navy medical corps at Iowa City, visited at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Vie- or and with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vielor. Hock Falls--Loyd W. Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Hansen of Rock Falls left March 9 for Farragut, Idaho, for his boot training. Sheffield--Lt. Minnie Oelkers of the army nurses corps, came Mil'lower, Cal., was a weekend guest at the home of her uncle, rvin Hungerford. Hanlontown--T. Sgt and Mrs. ngvald Furness of Grand Island, Jebr., visited in the parental John Furness home. Cpl. Carl Furness was also home from Califor- lia at this time. Wesley--The annual collection of Red Cross donations was to commence in Wesley Tuesday morning. Other communities in Kossuth county are observing the same day for the purpose. Corwith--Miss Burlette Erick- snn, who has been visiting relatives and friends here and at Dumont, left last week for her home with her parents at Oakland, Cal. BUY TOUR SEEDS EARLY ONION SETS You know about the onion shortage and you should be warned that Onion Sets are seriously short, too. We cannot hope to have enough to last. Got yours now. QUART 30c AND 3 c c Earl rtlay Says: Right now you will find a very complete selection of all the best varieties of vegetable seeds in my store. And right now is the time to get yours bought . . . because there are going to be shortages of some of them before the planting season gets here. My vegetable seeds are all tested, every single packet. The germination is high to help assure you the most productive Victory Garden you've ever had. Saturday for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Will Oelkers. Liculcnant Oelkers returned to Looks Like Soybeans Will Be But Half Crop Garner--Hancock county triple A officials arc disappointed in the response to soybean acreage contemplated for 1SH4. Only about f0 per cent nf the goal requested has been indicated and an appeal i-s bcinj.; made to farmers tu increase the acreage to aid in the war effort. , Allotment of combines for the county may be governed by the number of acres of soybeans that will be planted in 1D44, say Triple A officials. APPOINT DELEGATES Garner--Concord township publicans held a caucus Friday and appointed the following delegates to attend the county republican convention to be held at the courthouse in Garner at 30 a. m., March 17. C. E. Barnes, Herbert L. Ollcnburg Orvillc Mabcn, The early buyer is sure to get the choice of a wide selection ot" the finest varieties. These ;irc ready .for you now in my .store. What, will le left fof the "last minute" buyer-no one can say. Remember to make an early planting of the following vegetables, just as early as you can work in your garden: Peas, Radishes, Lettuce, Beets, Carrots, Parsnips, Spinach and Chard. GARDEN BEANS (18 varieties) 35c fro 40c Ib. GARDEN PEAS (12 varieties) : . . . 30c to 45c Ib. SWEET CORN (10 varieties) 30c to35c'lb. Clinton D. Daniels. H::rry Tichm, Mrs W. S. Priichard. Sr.. Mrs. W. G. Williams, Mrs. Ed Bochnkc and Kern Peck Kattcr. CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES Selected, Genuine Northern Grown. Certified seed gives heavier yields and fewer culls. IRISH COBBLERS . . . enormous yielder with superior flavor, the -skin and flesh are white, cooks up dry and mealy. EARLY OHIOS . . . best known, dependable sure cropper, early. Shallow eye with pink skin. WARBAS ... best extra early variety and a tremendous yielder. SEED OATS BOONE and TA1MA varieties. High yielding, rust and wilt resistant, originated by Towa State College. ALFALFAS F A R M HELT and FARM BKLT G R I M M TYPE seed of hardy origin, high in germination. WHITE and YELLOW BLOSSOM SWEET CLOVER o£ high germination and purity. RED CLOVER, very hardy with high germination. HOLD MARTINSON KITES Scarvilic--Funeral services for Amos I. Martinson will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Svnod church in Scarville with the Rev. J. A. Peterson ot- ficiating. if Ruptured Try This Out Modrrn ITolcclion P r o v i d e * Grcil Comtorl and Holding Security Without Torturous Truss Wearing Earl May's SEED MASON CITY 215 South Federal Avenue Telephone 756 the United States from Italy where she has been serving on a hospital ship. G a r n e r -- T h e Gilford Olson unit of the American Legion Auxiliary had as their guests members of the Legion post at a birthday party at the Legion rooms Friday evening. Wesley--Ensign Leonard Alnc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alnc, was recently graduated with a class of 200 r a d a r students at Princeton college with high honors. He is now attending the Massachusetts School of Technology nt Boston. Corwith--Miss Elaine Chambers, who recently moved with her parents to Algonn, has. accepted a position as receptionist nt the General hospital at Al- Wiui. S h e will begin work ·March 15. Popujo.v--Mrs. E. Corcoran has been given several courtesies the past few days by her neighbors and friends, in honor of her 83rc birthday anniversary. Goldfield--Mrs. Woodrow Willson, accompanied by her mother Mrs. Myers and daughter, Meridce of Ringstcd, spent the last of the week at Des Moines where they attended the girls' state basketball tournament. Northwood--Mrs. A. O. Haugebak is in Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a goitre operation. Ackley--Dorothea Jacobs, of the WAC's. is home on a week's furlough with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs. She is stationed at L i t t l e Rock. Ark. Uisck Kails--Pfc. Harold Wegner is home fur a few days' furlough after being called here from Shrcveport, Lu., because of the illness of his daughter, Nancy Lou. Riccvillc--Lt- Paul Hochc, who is in the camp pharmacy at Camp McCall, N. Car., is spending a furlough al the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roche. Easlc Grove -- Cpl. and Mrs. Wayne Trask, of Fort Snelling Minn., are the parents of a daughter born March 3. Mr. and Mrs Grant Trask of this city are the grandparents. Chester--Mr. and Mrs. M. H Reitx of St. Paul came Saturday to bring Mrs. Reitz's parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry Larson home afer spending the winter will them. Lake Mills--Lt. Alvin R. Ky guard, chaplain, stationed a Lowry Field near Denver. Colo has been promoted to captain, nc cordins to word received here b his wife. Captain Nygaard. wh has been in the service Tor months, was pastor of the Asbur Methodist church here. Mrs. Ny gaard and 3 children reside Lake Mills. Wesley -- F. M. Christcnsen meat man at the Farmer's lockei had the misfortune to saw into on right KIcrame--The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harney and daughter, La Nolle, dwrove to Clarion Friday to visit friends. Swalcdale--Walter Patton, who has been honorably discharged from the Foster General hospital in Jackson, Miss., and his wife, who has been at her home in Hampshire, III., arrived lor a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilosco Patton. Thompson--J. R. Lillebo is planning to move his sawmill and eciuipment to Thompson from Lake Mills Wesley--The Misses Nelle and Winnie Frimml went to Marengo Friday morning to spend a few days at the home of another sister, Mrs. E. J. Ryan. Burl--Lt. Ruth Wcisbrod, who is a nurse in the navy and has been in Italy and other European points, is expected for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waltei Wcisbrod. H e r brother, S g t David Weisbrod, who is stationec at St. Louis, is also due soon. Goldfield--Mrs. J. E. Kcrr re turned Friday from Circleville IOWAN KILLED IN AUSTRALIA Lt. Marshall Pierce, 31, Victim of Plane Crash Osage--Lt. Marshall Pierce, 31, son of Mrs. J. M. Pierce, was killed in an airplane crash over Queensland, Australia, Feb. 28, it was reported in a message to his wife, Monday. It was stated a letter will follow giving an explanation of the accident. Lieutenant Pierce was born Dec 20, 1912, near Osage. He has beei in active service since 1DHO. He was a radio communications officer. His training for service was at Chanute Field, 111., Hawaii, Sai Antonio, and for the past 2 year in Australia. Surviving arc a son, Jimmy, hi wife, his mother, Mrs. J. M 'ierce, and a sister, Mrs. Merl ..oiler, wife of Captain Loiler, o iracketville, Texas. Milton Weselmann, 38, {Dies; Rites Wednesday Calimir--Milton Wcselmaiin. 38, ied Sunday afternoon at t h e me of his parents following a gcring illness. Funeral services, conducted by IB Rev. H. A. Prues, pastor of. e Calmar Lutheran church, will held Wednesday afternoon at e French funeral home. Milton was b o r n on Dec. 30, 05, in Calmar, son of Mr. and rs. Henry Weselmann. Besides s aged parents he is survived v one sister, Mrs. J. C. Iverson Calmar, and 2 brothers, Ralph Calmar and Alvin in the armed rces stationed in England. Ohio, where she spent the winte vilh relatives and friends. Bomber Pilot Returns After 60 Air Missions Gooilell--Lt. Virgil E. Seller son of Mr. and Mrs. Everet Sellers of Gooriell, recently re urned from overseas service an s now being processed throug the army air forces rcdistributio station No. 2 at M i a m i Beac Fla., where his next assignrne will be recommended. Lieutenant Sellers, who is years old, served as pilot of B-25 Mitchell bomber in 60 m sions in the China-Burma-Ind theater. He was awarded the a medal. 7-Iis wife. Mrs. Bernicc Selle resides at Hayfield. : ormer Popejoy Man )ies in California I'opcjoy-- Word has been re- eivcd of the sudden death of V. '. Hammitt, OS, at El Cerrito, al., Saturday due to a heart alack. The remains will be sent to 3 opejoy for funeral services. Surial will be in the Alden ceme- cry. Mr. Hammitt had been a resi- ent of Popejoy and vicinity for nany years, he went to California nst September. He leaves 4 children, Mrs. Lola Schwalin, of Clemme, Laverne Hammitt in the -irmed forces in England, Lyle lammit, of Garner, and Lavonne iammitt of Gait. Garner--D o 11 a 1 d D. Aucham- rach, seaman 2/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Auchampach, arrived home Monday on a 15-day leave from the naval training station at Farragut, Ida. RELIEVE To caso irri tation. f arm medi- catcd c^ 1 of protection be- twccn skin nail chafing bedclothes, apply McxBann. soothing meditated powder. SORES Corn-iUi--Mrs. Julius Matz vis ited last week with her husban ..._ _ _ who is a patient at the Mayo clin' has "broiiBhV'ioy'and comfort"to thou-| a ( Rochester, Minn. sands-by rclcasina them from Trusses | Stilsoil--Clai CncC DeWaard. Jo c;il farmer, is in the Mcthodi: filh sprtngs and straps thai bind anrl cul. Designed to fcevircly hold a mplurc u p anrt in where il bclonc* and yrt Give freedom o( iHXiy and penuinn comfort. Kor full information--write today! is in hospital at DCS Moines for sui j;cry and medical treatment.

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