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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 27, 1943
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WEDNESDAV, JANUARY 27, 1943 OFFER PLAN TO AID PENSIONERS 3 Senators Propose Liberalized Benefits* DBS MOINES, W)--A triumvirate composed of Senators John P. Berg (R.-Cedar Falls), George Faul (R.-Des Moines) and E. K Behman (R. - Ottumwa) jointlj MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE series oj proposals sponsored a _ to liberalize old age assistance benefits in lows. * ¥ * The Cedar Falls senator also proposed selling aside $75,000 from the state general fund for construction on tlie state house grounds of an official residence for future Iowa governors. V ·¥ * Senators Berg, Faul and Bekman approached the old age problem from tlu-ee sides: First, they proposed to memorialize congress to make it possible lo pay benefits to persons who may be able to earn as much as S240 a year at odd jobs. A present such persons cannot receive benefits. Second, removal of the presen S25 per month ceiling on pension benefits was asked. They contended this would enable the stati board of social welfare to hand cases more nearly according to Individual merit. Their third proposal would enable an old age assistance recipient to keep up to $300 for the individual of $430 for a couple from proceeds of real estate owned anc disposed of. A similar exemption is now allowed for money and personal properly, but none for the recipient who owns his home. * * * Ppinlinp out that Iowa has no executive mansion, as most states have, Senator Here proposed to invest (he $75,000 in securities which could be converted info cash at the end of the war with the lifting of the present ban on construction. Under the plan, interest from the investment would go into the general fund. * * * Senators John E. Hattery (R.- Nevada and K. A. Evans (R.-Emerson) filed a bill providing for creation of the office of county assessor, · with the official serving a four.year term and receiving a salary "not less" that the highest paid elective office of the county A joint committee oj four members from the house and senate meanwhile was named to wrestle with the problem of a solution o: the state's deer-pheasant-beaver situation. Farmers in the vicinity of the ledges state park at Boone complain of the deer; counties in northern I o w a complain thai pheasants-are becoming a nuisance and from the lake areas comes the complaint that beavers are interfering v/iih drainage .systems. Every Pupil High School Testing Plan at SUI Discontinued 10WA CITY, (/P)--The every- pupil high school testing program of the University oi Iowa ha; been discontinued for the duration Prof. E. F. Lindquist of the college of education announced Tues day. ^ He said the reason for abandon, ment of the program was decreased clerical staffs and the fact that many of the test authors are now in war service. The new fall testing program for Iowa high schools and the basic skills project for grades 3 to 9 will be "maintained and improved,' Prof. Lindquist added however. The every-pupil tests were given annually in May for 14 - CKOSS OFFICERS ON--Officers of the Butler county Red Cross chapter have been ejected as follows: Hugh L. Mosher, chairman to succeed Bernard Huber. Allison; Mrs \V C lessen, re-elected vice chairman- Dana Shepard, re-elected secretary and Miss Lela Roose. treasurer, to succeed Wilford .Nelson Hi ID CDHL USERS RECOGNIZE VfltUE REORDERS^ i PROVE IT: LOW IN BSH FROM KENTUCKY MINES OttO£/t NORTHERN LUMBER CO. PHONE 30 wai Hold Services 10,240,000 to Be in Armed "'orces by End of This Year Drafting of Married Men With Children by Next Winter Possible GREENE--Funeral services for Amos Kingery, who died at his home Sunday morning, will be held Thursday at their home at 1:30 o'colck and at the Presbyterian church at 2 p. m., with the _ - - - - - - - - - , - *-· -·", . r * . * l luc *r 4 * »J 44 A A1 VT J. V i \ (iff Ari- Yi. Ludemann, pastor nouncement that the nation's . . , of the church, officiating. ·""·.«··"""!, "im.iai.iiig. .inueu lorces woum total 10420- Burial will be in Rose Hill ceme- 000 by the end of this year added tery Greene. Wednesday to accumlating evi- His daughter,- Mrs. Wilham dence that the drafting of men Kuhn, and son, Leonard, of Long --="- -· " · »"«iuu« «i men Beach and Taft, Cal., and another daughter, Mrs. Harlan Swab, of Mason, Mich., arrived at Greene Wednesday. A, WEIENETH TO HEAD JURY No Indictments Made in Opening Session NORTHWOOD--A. E. Weieneth of Northwood, formerly sheriff of Worth county, was chosen foreman of the Worth county grand jury when that body met for organization Tuesday. No indictments were found. Other members of the grand jury are S. H. Huber, Meltonville, Hubert Bang, Kensett; Thomas G. Kaasa, Hanlontown; Ernest H. Enerson, Northwood; Trumari Hogen, Kensett; and Martin Jenson. Joice. The January term of the Worth county district court convened Monday with Judge M. H. Kepler of Northwood presiding. Trial jurors will report for service next Tuesday, Feb. 2, those named for this term being- Northwood--Elroy Brecn, Earl Schaub, Reuben Hansen, Alice Turvold, John J. Johnson, Knute Haugen, Linn Pixley. Aage Eskildsen, Alfred Swenson, Clarence Stoddard, Alb in Loberg. Clarence Anderson, C. D. Cottingham, Iver Iverson. Manly--Pearl Plath Irvln Wren C. W. Miller. ' Kensett--Arnold Lien, Kenneth Cooper, L. G. Stevens, Mandell Overland. Arnold Jorde. Graf ton -- Elmei Nicholson, Peter Paulson. Roy Urbatch. Joice -- Gilbert Midboe. Ostma, Knut Hanlontown--Ernest Brunsvold Fertile--Mrs. Mervyn Stevens! Donald Petersburg. There were only six new civil actions entered on the docket for the January term, one of the smallest filings in years Hancock County Men Inducted Into Army " ""~ -The following Han GARNER- ton. Britt C. M. Eliason, .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, John T. Eness, Garner; Herbert C Goepel Britt; Earl H. Johnson,' Corwith: Robert H. Johnson. Ka- n .~X ha 4 Herman H. Lauen, Meser- eier s. Ixnvman, Britt; F. Chaemus, Britt: Carl E. ,,, - -- Forest City; Fred Smith, rj°^i en; Jlmmie R - Smith, Wesley; nvj Q_ g wan ^ Britt, and Joe M TM,i -a ' Ga l nen George Menke -md Henry p. Plemel will report on Jan. 27 and Jacob J. Weiss on W A S H I N G T O N , ) -- An- armed forces would total 10,420,- with children would ~be under way by next winter. * * * The announcement rtve new empluiis to a statement some time ago by Maj. Gen. UwU B. Bersber. »*teoUve service chief, indlcatinc the supply of childless married men would last only* about 10 months if the armed forces went above 10,000,00*. * * * Hershey's statement--the last he has made publicly on the subject--was that drafting of men with children would begin generally around next Oct. 1 if 10,000,000 or more were to be called up without drafting 18 and 19 year olds. Since he spoke, the minimum draft age has been lowered to include those age brackets, but the gain thus made in the num- ber of draft eligibles has been offset by deferment of all men 38 or older, apparently reinstating his forecast. Another development has been the shifting in draft deferment emphasis from dependency to occupation as the manpower shortage grows and the number of persons eligible for occupational deferment mounts with the expansion of war industry * V- * Drattlnc of childless married men h»s been under way generally for a month or more now, and the draft director for the District of Columbia says the calllnr up of men with children mltht beiin In Washington anytime after next July 1. * * * War Manpower Commissioner Paul V. McNutt, now overlord of selective service, has said he did not know when men with children would be called and declined to make an estimate on the ground it would be uncertain and would arouse anxiet3. The 10,420,000 figure, which includes officers, was announced by Senator Chandler (D., Ky.) following testimony before the senate military affairs committee by army and navy personnel chiefs. HERE and THERE Misce!lcmeous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota CHESTER--B. T. Kruger re- WORTH AWARDS LIME CONTRACTS NORTHWOOD--Contracts have been awarded by the Worth county soil conservation office for furnishing lime for agricultural purposes in Worth county as follows: Martin Bustad, Austin Minn _ Grove, Hartland, Deer Creek and Barton townships. Ideal Sand and Gravel company Mason City--Lincoln, Union and r.ensett townships. limestone Products company- Fertile Danville, Brookfield. Bristol and Silver Lake townships TV--- ranged from S2 ^,- t(j spread on the land, --- «o rau . c of each township , GO1J)FIEIJD--Miss Louise An- irom the point of shipment being der son, the only daughter of Mr the factor that controlled the ? nd Mrs - Ear l Anderson, is a range ot prices WAVES officer candidate, having recently made application for enlistment. Miss Anderson is a graduate of Grinnell college and for the past several years has been employed as a commercial instructor in the school for the blind at Vinton, Iowa. creamery and left Sunday for Clarence to be manager oi the creamery there. Mike Schrand of Hockford came Saturday to fil the vacancy. ACKLEJT-- Miss Kathleen Scallon, a registered nurse, has enlisted in the WAVES at Des Moines. She is the daughter of Mrs. Laura Scallon and is the firs Ackley girl to join the WAVES. DECORAH--Laura Luttle returned this week to Minneapolis where she is employed at the Swedish hospital. She has been spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Luttle DECOKAH--Barbara Morse and Geraldine Relf will represent Decorah at the pre-district contest to be held this week in West Union. Miss Morse will give her selection "Yellow Wallpaper" in the dramatic division. Miss Rel will enter the humorous division with the reading "A Lack and a Lass." DUMONT-- Sgt. Robert Barlow %vno is stationed at Camp Crowder. Mo., has been promoted to first sergeant. He is the son o Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Barlow and a- former employe- of the Mason City Brick and Tile company. CLAKION--Dr. E. D. Tompkins returned last week from Iowa City where he had been visiting at the home of his son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs W T Tompkins. Dr. W. T. Tompkins has been stationed at the nava base in Dallas, Texas, and was on leave before reporting at San Diego, Cal., for South Pacific duty. DECORAH--Members of the junior class will present an original melodrama on Feb. 5, during the regular assembly period. The play, "Letty, the Light of Lockheed," was written by Marilyn Evanson and Georgeanne Johnson. CRESCO-- Miss Anna Jensen, co, suffering r a double frac- aroe Jacob Duit from Camp Indian Falls for him. ICELAND--Mr. GRAY HAIR SELF SERVICE DRUG Mason City, low* INCOME TAX RETURNS Cerro Gordo County Bar Association --.,._ ~..»..uu.r nun! Pvtiinp Indian Town Pa., for a 12 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs '"" E" 1 *,!.]?* 0 motored to Iowa ..,,. and Mrs. Clifford Holland of St. Paul spent -he weekend at the H. C. Holland home. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Gerald Beckjorden who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sever Stensrud. ROK FAttS_Mr. and Mrs. iarold Wegener returned home Saturday after spending two weeks visiting with Mr. Wencn- 5 s j?. srs - Mrs. Byron Johnson and Miss Gertrude Wegner at Chicago. III. OSAGE--Ted Gunderson. former night clerk at the Cleveland hotel, began working at Gilles grocery, Monday. His former position is now filled by George Ciemmens. VENTURA--Mrs. Pete Christians received word the latter part of the week that her brother, Danny, was married Dec. 30 to Edna Elwood, formerly of Nora Springs. The marriage took place m Los Angeles where the bridegroom has spent the last two POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cox entertained a group of relatives at a birthday dinner Monday evening in honor of her mother, Mrs. A. R. Trousdalc. Mrs. L. Kenneth Dietrich and Marlys Avon Dietrich, visitor from Plymouth, N. H. were guests. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Guy .Peterson and children of Dowa visited at the James McGowan and Brader Stoakes homes Sunday. GOUJFIELD _ Miss Barbara Jane Moseley, Merle Harvey and Don Knutson, students of Iowa college ' the ALEXANDER-- Mr. and Mrs. Aldnch Beeven left Saturday to visit their son, Carroll, at Camp Carson, Colo.; also visit in Green Forest, Ark. ALEXANDER -- Mrs. Harry Suntkin was taken to Hampton hospital Monday morning for an operation. CARPENTER _ Dean Culbertson, student at the junior college at Austin, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L Culbertson. CARPENTER--Mrs. C. M. Culbertson returned from Fargo, where she had been visiting sister, who was ill. K A N A W H A -- M r . and Mr*. James Yeakel, DeLoris and Alice and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cameliri were guests in the Earl Wilhite home Friday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. Ice cream ?« d cake were served and Mr. Wilhite was presented an electric clock from the group KANAWHA -- Mrs. John Sanford has received word that her husband is now stationed with the armed forces at Sacramento, Cal. Mrs. Sanford has gone to Eldora to visit indefinitely j n the home of her sister, Mrs. George Tjaden ST. ANSGAR-L. J. Vande"-' rnyde, C. E. Biederman and A. Olson, Osage, spent from Monday until Saturday at St. Louis, Mo., attending the national R. E A. convention. KANAWHA-- Dr. and Mrs. Paul Swink from Ceylon, Minn., were visitors from Friday until Sunday at the homes of Dr. J. E. Dale and Dr. George Daniels and their families. Dr. Swink was here in the interests of the North Iowa Breeders' association. OSAGE--Mrs. Jim Delaney left Sunday for Sausalito, Cal., where she will join her husband, who is working in the shipyards as painter. Mrs. Delaney has been employed as sales clerk at Mary's Dress and Children's shop in Osage. ICELAND-- Mrs. Martin Bennet returned Sunday to her home at Albert Lea after spending a week here with her mother, Mrs, Helen Eide. ALGONA -- James Merryman, who has been training with the See Bees in Virginia, is home on a short furlough. LCVERNE--Pvt. Berdine Nygaard, who is in an army camp "in Louisiana, is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Nygaard, living near Humboldt and relatives near Luverne. He returns Fcb 3 SCARVULE -- Miss Lila Felland, student nurse at Grant hospital, Chicago, spent the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Martha Felland. SCARVIIXE _ Mr. and Mrs. Byford Severson and Mr. and Mrs. IVoble Severson of Wells were Saturday evening visitors at the Mrs. Gertie Severson home. SCARVILLE -- Harold Grun- fiovd, student at Luther college, Decorah, spent the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Alpha Gmnhovd. LTLE, Mimi--Miss Audrey Den- ruson has accepted a position in Jie First National bank at Austin, Minn. LTLE, Minn.--H. N. Peterson returned to Lyle Sunday after a few days spent in the Twin Cities visiting relatives. ~T1.E, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Marshall of St. Ansgar, Iowa, returned home after spending a few days at the homes of their daughters, Mrs. Levi- Larson and Mrs. Clifford Salesbury NORTHWOOD--Garl Reinke of Faribault, Minn., spent the weekend with his father, Otto Reinke, and his aunt, Mrs. Annie Reinke, and cousin, Esther. NORTHWOOD --Calvin Hoffer of Madison. Wis., spent the weekend with Roy Jay Thomas at the home of Mrs. Susie Ormerd The previous ·weekend, Wallace Weis- ?t'»^ ted with Mr - Thomas. LEROY, Minn.--Mrs. Charlotte ·lora has returned home from Minneapolis where she was dieti- ian a few months and will remain with her mother, Mrs. Nelle Parkcs. for the winter LEROV, Minn. -- p v t. Charles Roesler left Saturday noon for camp m Topeka, Kans., after a furlough with his parents and other relatives. DAMON'S SECOND FLOOR PRE-INVENTORY CLEAN-UP!! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY -- THREE G R E A T OPPORTUNITY DAYS THESI PRICES NOT IN EFFECT AFTER JANUARY 30th -- DAMON'S- UNTRIMMED-100% ALL WOOL COATS BOYS' STYLE - ZIPPED AND BUTTONED-IN LINING - CHESTERFIELD AND BALMACAAN STYLES 29 ONLY VALUES TO $Z9 · IMPORTED TWEEDS · HERRINGBONE TWEEDS · SHETLAND $ 10 81 ONLY VALUES TO $55 · IMPORTED TWEEDS · HERRINGBONE TWEEDS · NYLON FLEECE · CAMEL FLEECE · SHETLAND $ 22 ·DAMON'S- FUR-TRIMMED-100% ALL WOOL COATS ONE HUNDRED PER CENT WOOLS AND FINE FURS AT INVESTMENT SAVINGS 23 ONLY VALUES TO $79 · WOLF · MARTEN · SQUIRREL · RACCOON · PERSIAN 38 24 ONLY VALUES TO $95 · FOX · MINK · SQUIRREL · BROADTAIL · SILVER RUMD · GREY KRIMMER $ 48 ONE GROUP JUST 25 r--DAMON'S- SUITS-- % PRICE 5 FUR COATS HUDSON SEAL SIZE 16 HUDSON SEAL SIZE 18 HUDSON SEAL SIZE 20 BLACK PERSIAN - . . . SIZE 38 SKUNK--Dropped Skins - SIZE 18 $225 VALUE $275 VALUE $250 VALUE $250 VALUE $295 VALUE s 195 CLEAN UP OF FINER MILLINERY VALUES TO $3.95 I--DAMON'S 25 FORMAL AND DINNER GOWNS FORMERLY $16.95 TO $59.95 Some Slightly Soiled 64 STREET AND AFTERNOON DRESSES

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