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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1945 Wh Prisoner Shall Be Paid for Injury CASE INVOLVES (INJURY TO HAND Other Disputes Arise Over State Finances Des Motaes, (ff)--The question of whether a person imprisoned in the state is entitled to reimbursement for an injury suffered while serving time was to be discussed Tuesday at a meeting of the claims committees of the 2 houses of the Iowa legislature. The specific case on which a decision was to be made involves Sidney Walter, Cedar Rapids, who lost part of the fingers of his right hand while working in the furniture factory at the Fort Madison penitentiary. Walter is seeking ad- tSv ; orial money after the state appeal board approved a grant of $450, Sen. Arthur H. Jacpbson (R- Waukon) said. Meanwhile the senate judiciary ·. committee will meet Wednesday 'and again next Monday in an attempt to solve an inter-dep art- mental disagreement over state finances. The dispute hinges on the question ol whether state funds shouli be 'channeled first through the of f ice of Comptroller .C. Fred Porte: or Treasurer John M. Grimes. Sen., George Faul (R-De« i Moines), chairman of the judiciary committee, said the group had de cided to .have conferences "wit the men who are most concerned attending separate meetings. Meanwhile in. the house Mon day, the fish and game committe reported out a committee bi which would permit duck hunter to use live decoys in hunting wa terfowl. The proposed measur would allow the use of 5 live fow upon payment of a license fee o 50 cents for each. No live decoy are. allowed at present. Use of hooks or flies for pole or line fish instead of the present one als oldier Visits Home rom Pacific Action; iVears 2 Battle Stars Iowa Falls--Pvt. Lester Brady is lending a 21-day furlough at the ome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . R. Brady, after serving in the acific for nearly 3 years. Hft bean service in February, 1942, and us is his first visit home since his induction as he volunteered or foreign service a few weeks fter his training began. He was stationed in the Hawain Islands . for a number of months, then was sent to the outh Pacific. He wears 2 battle tars for the landing at Tanah- merah in New Guinea, and for Leyte. At the conclusion of his fur- ough he will report at Hot Springs, Ark., for rest and a new assignment. f'/ery way fvery /" Da Y \\ t BREAD TCCKEB KITES HELD Clarion--Funeral services were held Sunday at the First Congre- ational church for Mrs. A. D. Tucker, 44, who died Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Louis H. Preul, pastor of the Methodist church of Clarion officiated. Death was due to a heart, attack. She is survived by her husband, a son, a daughter, 6 sisters and 3 brothers. T R O U B L E SHOOTER -- T/5 Fred W. Kadow, Bancroft, a mechanic with the famous 3rd division, works on a car motor somewhere on the southern flank of the western front. Before entering the army almost 3 years ago, Kadow was a meat packer with the Wilson Packing company at Chicago. He has been overseas 2 years and has the good conduct medal and 6 battle stars. CREAMERY CUTS BUTTER OUTPUT Dairy Herds Reduced in Size; Labor Scarce Garner--The Farmers Co-Operative Creamery association ol Garner held its annual meeting and elected the following directors: O. J. Woiwod, Harvey Goll and Chester Geddes. The board will meet soon to organize for the year and elect officers and hire personnel. During 1944 the creamery sold a total of $355,180.99 of dairy products. The firm produced a total of 696,597 pounds of butter in addition to other dairy products. During the past year the creamery gained 20 new patrons but produced approximately 100,000 less pounds of butter. Manager O. J. Kloock reports that dairy herds have been cut in size due to shortage of labor and expects further curtailment in the dairy industry in 1945 on account of the war. Charles A. Hoeft, president, presided at the meeting. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations FALLS-- The W. S. C. S. o£ the Methodist church, will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. ALLISON-- Mrs. Beryl Dittmer of Sheffield, district instructor of the O. E. S., will conduct a school of instruction here Feb. 6 at 1 p. m. Following the instruction the Past Matrons' club will serve dinner. IOWA FALLS -- The Immanuel would be permissable under the proposed bill. The compromise state income tax proposal which failed in the senate when offered by proponents of the $12,000,000 school aid program, was revived Monday when the house ways and means committee recommended a measure which would forgive half the personal income taxes on income earned in 1944. A measure passed previously by the senate would forgive half of the tax on income earned in 1944- 45-4B. The one-year forgiveness proposal offered in the senate as a compromise was defeated. In the senate Monday, Sen. Ross R. Mo wry (R-Newton) filed an amendment to one of the school code revision bills which had been reported out. He proposed another cut in the suggested annual salary of the state superintendent of public instruction to $5,000. A proposed salary of $7,200 had been reduced earlier by the senate school code committee to $5,000. FIRE DESTROYS 2 FARM HOMES tittle Cedar--Two farm homes with most of their contents were destroyed by fire Sunday. At 11 a. m. neighbors of Ralph Tibbets, living 4 miles southeast of town, informed them that their house was on fire. They had no phone and ready help was not available so very little furniture was saved.' During the evening it was discovered that the large dwqlling on the farm, southwest of,town, tenanted by the Ray Hernon family, was on fire. The fire truck was called from Osage but the firemen were unable to save the residence." In both instances other buildings on the farm were saved. Algona Ranks Second in Sale of Yule Seals Alfona--Christmas seals sold here for the fight against tuberculosis amounted to $1,009.84 against a sale a year ago of $518, placing Algona second higlf in the state for smaller cities. Mrs. Robert LaBarre is local chairman, C. B. Murtagh county chairman. No U. S. president was born in the month of May, and no president has died in May. ANOTHER CUDAHY CUDAHY'S PURITAN BACON made from Thornton Twin Yanks Meet Chum in England T h o r n t o n--Ralph and Roy Timm, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Timm, who are in the army somewhere in England, were surprised to leam that Claire James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul James,-was stationed in the same locality. A meetHIg was arranged by the boys who are former schoolmates and they enjoyed the reunion immensely. When the Timm twins were inducted it was this same friend, Claire James, who had taken them to the train and brought then: car home.' More War Food Needed; Price Prospect Good Allison--Butler county agricultural leaders heard Otto Brandeau, AAA fieldman, and L. J. Bodensteiner, extension field representative, tell of the need of more food production. Brandeau pointed out that the end of the war is still very indefinite and that we must have additional reserves on hand. Bodensteiner said that the outlook for farm prices was good during the next year because basic farm commodities generally have government guaranteed support prices. Evangelical Lutheran Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. H. E. Daleske Thursday afternoon. ALLISON -- The American Legion and Auxiliary will hold a joint meeting at the Legion hall Thursday evening. IOWA FALLS-- The circles o£ the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Glenn H. Long, Mrs. J. H. Spencer and Mrs. S. L. Toot. GARNER-- The Britt township Farm Bureau will meet at the Schubert schoolhouse Friday evening. JOICE -- The Bethany Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. IOWA FALLS-- The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Clara Fossler Wednesday afternoon. ALTA VISTA -- Mrs. Herman Schanfeld will entertain the Evangelical Ladies Aid in the church parlors Thursday. .- GARNER-- The Erin and Britt township nutrition meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Anderson in Erin township Thursday. "Variety In Winter Meals" will be the topic. JOICE-- The Charity club will be entertained at the Bethany church parlors Friday afternoon. IOWA FALLS -- The Iowa Falls chapter O. E. S. will meet in the Masonic hall Friday evening. ALTA VISTA-- The Evangelical PROGRAM TO AID RETURNING GI'S To Plan Readjustment in Life as Civilians Iowa Falls--A program of interest to families of service men is to be presented at the Metropolitan theater Wednesday afternoon. The program is called "Our G. I. Joe Returns Home." It is presented by the Iowa WACs and other army personnel of recruiting stations in the state. The program includes a recent film prepared by the war department, and dealing with the'.readjustment of servicemen to civilian life. There will be an opportunity for members of the audience to ask questions about the rehabilitation of servicemen. The program is sponsored by the United Service Women, the Woman's club, and other women's organizations. Trucker Checks Fire on Roof of Farm Home Garner--A roof fire was discovered at the Harvey Engstler farm home north of Garner about noon Monday. The Garner fire department was called but quick action by a trucker who happened on the scene with a chemical fire extinguisher put out the lire. No serious damage was reported. lowan Taken by japs on Wake Writes Home West Union-- Miss Wa3ena, and Iden Edith Gell, Cell, West Union, have received a postal card from their brother, Walter Gell, who has ben a prisoner of the Japs since the beginning of the war. The card, the first communication from him since taken prisoner, was dated July, 1944, and told only that he was well. Mr. Gell was a civilian carpenter on Wake Island. OHIO MAGAZINE HONORS BISHOP Brashares Made Life Member of Conference C o l u m b u s , Ohio -- Bishop Charles W; Brashares, residen bishop of the Des Moines area o the Methodist church, is picturec in the current issue of the monthly magazine of the Ohio Counci of Churches as a "Life Membe: of the Ohio Pastor's Conference." Son of an Ohio Methodist mini ster and a graduate of Ohio Wcs leyan university, Bishop Brashare served a 12 year pastorate a Grace church, Dayton, one o Ohio's outstanding churches. Dur ing this period he was active i leadership to the state's inter church life. Top Turret Gunner on B-24 Bomber Promoted 15th AAF in Italy--John P. Kelly, 23, engineer and top turret gunner on a B-24 Liberator of the Fifteenth army air force, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Dennis J. Kelly, Vincent, Iowa, has been promoted to the grade of technical sergeant. Sgt. Kelly was graduated from ihe Eagle Grove high school and was employed by the Lockheed Aircraft corporation before entering the service in October, 1942. He arrived overseas in October of last year and has more than 15 missions to his credit. DIES AT IOWA CITY Goodell --Burial services will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p. m., in the local cemetery for William Nelson, 75, who died,Saturday at his home in Iowa City. Church services will be at 2:30 p. m. in the Congregational church in Belmond. He leaves his wife and son, Herbert, who is with the armed forces in Texas, a sister, Mrs, John Ahrenkiel, of Goodell and a brother, Charles Nelson, of Sioux City. Forty years ago he was Goodell's barber, later moving to Belmond where he was in the insurance business. The past 6 years they lived in Iowa City. Young Peoples League will meet in the church parlors Thursday at 8 p. m. GARNER -- The Liberty and Twin Lake nutrition meeting will be held at the home o£ Mrs. Ben Goll in Liberty township Wednesday. JOICE--The Beaver Creek Mission Circle will meet Thursday at the Tom Field home. ALLISON -- Washington boys' 4-H club elected the following officers: President, Edwin Meyer; vice president, Bob Fresenberg; secretary, Wendell Stockdale, and reporter, Vernon Stockdale. EMMETSBURG -- There was to be a public dance at St. Mary's gym Tuesday evening. CHAPIN--The Congregational Ladies Aid society will meet in the church on Thursday for an all-day meeting. A pot luck dinner will he served at noon. ROCK FALLS -- Mrs. Park Thomason will entertain the W. S. C. S. at her home Thursday afternoon. Annual Meeting Held by Ventura Creamery Ventura--At the annual meeting of the Ventura Co-op Creamery company the same board and the same officers were elected to hold over. They are Max Dietrich, president; Emil Ollenburg, treasurer; Hollis Bokelman, director, and Orel Hoel, secretary. George Boehnke, extension director of Dickenson county and Marion Olson of Mason City gave talks. The volume of business done was about the same as last year. A lunch was served following the meeting. BRTT G. I. MISSING Britt--Mrs. John Sweers, liyin on a farm west of Britt, receive information from the war depar; ment that her son, Pvt. Louie Sweers, has been missing in ac tion in Luxembourg since Dec. 2 He was %vounded in action an hospitalized in England and on re covery was taken to France, Be gium which a n d place written Dec. 15. Luxembourg fro, his last letter wa 55 STUDENTS N BAND CLINIC Event Will Be Held at Forest Ctiy on Feb. 15 Forest City--One hundred and fty-five students from 25 north owa schools will participate in a and clinic at the municipal audi- orium at Forest City Feb. 15. The clinic will be under the di- ection of Myron Russell, director f the Iowa State Teachers college and, assisted by another school iand director from this part of the tate to be announced later. Russell will direct rehearsals, a voodwind clinic and the concert n the evening. Cities and towns to be represented at the clinic are: Mason City, Forest City, Manly, Rock Tails, Osage, St. Ansgar, Northwood, Lake Mills, Thompson, Swea City, Emmelsburg, Algona, Britt, Garner, Klemme, Belmond, Clarion, Bode, Luverne, Alexander, Clear Lake, Fertile, Joice, Han- .onlown and Kanawha. The program for the evening concert follows: Star Spangled Banner. United Nations Rhapsody (Bennet). Bolero (Cornet trio)--(Smith). Deep South--(Issac-Lillya). Footlighter--(Filmore). French Horn-- (Emmetsburg). Woodwind ensemble---(to be selected at clinic). From the Shores of the Mighty Pacific--baritone solo, Swea City. Three Blind Mice at a Night C lub--Fra n kiser. Dedication--Frankiser. I'll Get By Semper Fidelis--Sousa. The part of Australia under cultivation does not exceed the area ot the state of Maine. Here's what science says about cigarettes: BROTHER DIES Faulkner--Mrs. F. W. Dentel received word Sunday of the death of her brother, Wesley Trepp, GO, o£ Long Beach, Gal., and left Sunday evening to attend his funeral. She was accompanied by her brother, Tom' Trepp of Ackley. ^ BUILDING SOLD Otranto -- The store building owned by A. W. Buchen iias since been sold to Evert Gurber, who bought the stock and fixtures several months ago. Mr. Gurhr plans on remodeling the building. . Rake--Mrs. Henry Quame, left Friday for Deer Park, Wis., where she will stay at the E. C. Ajer home while her sister, Mrs. Ajer, is with her husband at the Veterans hospital in Minneapolis. Manly--Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Knowles and son, Robert, drove to Clear Lake Thursday to visit at the home of Mrs. Knowles' sister, Mrs. C. A. Boulain and family. Mr. Boulain, who has been railroading in the state of Washington, was home on a short visit. Mrs. Eugene Ross, another sister of Britt, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kimmel of Eldora, were also guests at the Boulain home. Rockwell--Mrs. Luverne Finlayson of Newton spent the weekend at the Robert Finlayson home. H E R E and THERE [Just Taste Ihe Difference fin Crisp Young Tender PURITAN Bacon! With every flavorful, tender bite of Cudahy'a Puritan Bacon you will discover the difference in this young bacon. Thousands prefer Cudahya Puritan--the .bacon made from young tender pigs less than 1 year old! You get a real plug ... eitra value... in the unusually delicate flavor and delicious tenderness of Cudahy's Puritan Bacon. That is why Puritan Bacon has been awarded Cudahy's famous Plus Product Seal. Why not serve sizzling strips of tempting Cudahy's Puritan Bacon L with waffles soon? Extra Vafcw hi Each of HMS» C Htw it CM(T B«M WMMf Jsnmg Bake in the oven. Place on a rack over a shallow baking pan; do not turn. Of course, when frying bacon torn it frequently. Notice that Cudahy's Puritan Bacon slices do not fry away to nothing in the pan. After All ... "THE TASTE TEllS" LOOK FOR THIS SEAl TiU Pfes Prodact Sal ia the advertising of CctUhy product* ii yaur Raids to outsUnd- icg quMity. Look fer it. PURITAN HAM Th* Ham with th* C U D A H Y C O M P A N Y Manly--Sgt. and Mrs. John J. Hoyt are the parents of a girl born Wednesday morning at Meiyy hospital, Mason City. Garner -- Paul Engstler, CEM who was injured some time ago, underwent a major operation recently at a Boston hospital and is making satisfactory progress according to word received here by his mother, Mrs. Charles Engstler. Paul has been stationed at Davisville, R. I. Rudd--William Stalker, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Stalker, left Friday for Fort Leavenworth, Kans., for his final examination to enter the service! If he passes the examination he will then be sent to Kessler Field army : base. Corwith--The Men's club of the Methodist church voted to sponsor a Boy Scout troop: Rockwell--Joseph McLaughlin, stationed in California, and his wife from Des Moires, spent the past week with relatives, here. Chapin -- Pvt. Lawrence Heuberger, aviation mechanic of Fort Sill, Okla., is here on a 10 day furlough visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. H. H. Heuberger, and with his wife who is with her parents in Mason City. Wesley--The Rev. and Mrs. O M. Johnson and family were honored at a combined birthday and farewell party at the Congregational church when members of the church gathered for a program and final social get-to-geth- er with their pastor and family. Plymouth-- Mrs. Harry Wilkenson is confined to her bed with sinus trouble. LeRoy, Minn. -- George and Gene Medinnus, seamen 1/c, wh finished their boot training in 5 weeks at Great Lakes Naval base came for a 9-day leave and wil transfer to a camp in Chicago. Riceville--Miss Lizzie Funte is onfined to her bed with a heart ilment. Popejoy--H. F. Hord, of Effing- ; am, 111., arrived Saturday for a ew weeks' visit in the home of .is son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nd Mrs. H. A. Lancaster. Corwith -- Mrs. Wallace Wood- jury, Sr., has gone to Crocker, S. 3ak., where she will visit her 3 irothers who live there, also with a brother from Johnston, Pa. Northwoofl--Miss Stella Tenold, member of the Des Moines school faculty spent the weekend here with relatives. Chapin -- Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pascoe, Mr. and Mrs: Frank Phil- jot and Mrs. M. J. Godfrey were )usiness and social callers in Des "Moines one day recently. Convith--Miss Marylin Gouge who spent the past 2 years in the employ of the government at Los Angeles, Cal., arrived here Thursday for a 5 day visit at the home o£ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Gouge, and her sister, Beryl Rockwell--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fatland spent the weekend a Slater. Chapin--Pvt. Donald Buss returned to South Carolina las week after spending a 12-day furlough with his father, Richard Buss, and family. Manly--Mrs. Verne Pucke gave birth to a son Thursday at a hospital in Osage. Mrs. Pucke has been in serious condition and blood transfusions were given, He condition was improved and the child is healthy. Lyle, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Et Grovo returned home after spend ing the past 3 weeks with the! daughter and son-in-law. Capl and Mrs. Louis M. Wall at Coium bus, Ga. Mrs. Wall and 2 children accompanied her parents to Lyl for an indefinite stay. Corwith -- Mrs. Arnold Heise, ier mother, Mrs. Robert Sarchett, ..f Burt and Miss Frances Smith vent to Des Moines where they vere guests at the home of Olaf lomstead. Northwood -- Richard Skjeve- and of the navy is spending an 11 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Skjeveland. He ust returned from 15 months rom overseas duty in the south Pacific and is wearing 4 stars for participation in engagements at .aipan. New Guinea and Leyte. Clarion--Howard F. Whitman, gunner's mate 2/c, visited his wife and children at the J. J. Whitman lome. He has just returned from .he European theater of war. Clarion -- Mrs. Ruby Woodin and Mrs. Vernon Hargan will be representatives from the Clarion Methodist church at the religious observation school at Estherville Thursday and Friday. Ackley--Mrs. Raymond Till anc son Albert of Chicago are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Chris Sailer. She came especially to help care for her father who has been seriously ill Cresco--Ross Stevenson, president of the Howard county Farmers Union, will take part in the Iowa Farmers Union meeting for officers at Mason City Tuesda; and Wednesday. Acklc.y -- The Rev. Arthur A. Rumbaugh returned from Chicago where he went as chairman of the Presbytery in the interests of the war time service fund. Calmar--Pfc. Paul Huinker o George Field, Laurenceville, 111 arrived home to spend a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. ; Mrs. Edmund Huinker, and fam ily. Ackley--Mrs. Ed Coyle receivec a letter stating her son, Cpl. Am brose Coyle, arrived safely over seas. He is with a hospital unit. 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