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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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IS Wednesday, March 13, 1941 MASON Cm GLOBE-GAZETTE N, IOWA SCHOOLS HOLD ELECTION Results of Balloting Shown; List Directors Thompson -- O. J. Lockrem, ; George Robinson and Oscar Johnson were re-elected directors and E. O. Osmundson treasurer. The proposition o£ selling the north half oE the present playground and buying another plot just south of the high school building which was to be used as a playground and an athletic field lost by 6S to 75. Joice --Leland Schott and Alton Tenold were elected directors. E. N. Petersen was elected treasurer. Rintsted -- Ralph Fleihler and Raymond Johnson were elected to the Ringsted school board. Hans Wilberg was elected to-fill a vacancy. F. A. Nelson was reelected treasurer. Geneva --Melle Abbas and Carl Eoezher were elected directors. R. A. Waddington was re-elected treasurer. Rake --E. J. Butler was elected to replace Johnnie Rake on the school board and Henry Olson was re-elected as treasurer. Kidgeway --O. T. Sime received all 22 votes to succeed himself as director on the school board. Ventura -- Theodore Wolfram, Jr., was re-elected to membership lor the 3 year term. Max Dietrich was unopposed for the one year term. Plymouth -- Elected directors were IJoyd Stevens and Blair McCready. Bristow -- Lester Eberline and Ray Hahn were re-elected to the board of education for another term. H. L. Searle was elected treasurer. . Hayfield --Leonard Brozik and H. H. Stoltenberg were elected directors. Stacyville --Roy Gerbig and Anton Bawek were elected directors and Anton Halbach treasurer. Fertile -- Edwin Ouverson and Frank Orcutt were elected to the 3-year terms and Reuben Rodberg to fill a vacancy. Ivan Deuel was appointed secretary. Klemme --E. F. Jacobs and Glen Bridges were elected directors. Waucoma --Nick Balk and Dr. Paul H. Belding, directors, and William M. Adams treasurer. Alexander -- Kenneth Blakley was elected to fill a vacancy on the board. L. M. Green was reelected treasurer. Leland -- Phillip Peterson and Helmer Branstad were elected directors and William Ambroson treasurer. Thornton --D. W. Brady and Mrs. Harry Engebretson, directors. Charles City--Mrs. L. E. Von- Berg and Mrs. R. W. Stober, directors; Merten Klaus, treasurer. Floyd--M. A. Stewart and Will Stonecypher, directors; P. J. Barney treasurer. » . v Iowa U to Demonstrate Value of Films in Education LT. CLAIR F. MULLIX VIRGIL R. MULLIN "COUSINS SERVE IL S.--Lt. Glair F. Mullin of the army air corps, is a son of Mrs. Annie L. Mullin of Minneapolis and W. J. Mullin of Mason City. He is stationed at Liberal, Kans. Virgil R. Mullin, son of Mrs. Margaret Mullin of Dougherty, has been promoted.from seaman 1/c to gunner's mate 2/c. He is somewhere overseas. The boys are 1st cousins. HOLD MEMORIAL FORSGT.6.RY6H Was Killed in Action on Solomons Last Fall Rake --Memorial services were held in honor of Sgt. Glenn Rygh, 27, of the marine corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rygh, at the Trinity Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. The Lee Post No. 165 of the American Legion of Bricelyn, Minn., was ill charge. The Rev. S. Tverberg of Bricelyn and the Rev. Alfred Bredeson of Decorah, served as clergymen, Mrs. Clarence Johnson was organist, and the vocalists were the Trinity male quartet and Mrs. P. J. Flo of Bricelyn. Sergeant Rygh was born April 9, 1916, in Winnebago county. On Nov. 17, 1943, he was killed in action in the performance of his duty as a member of the U. S. M. C. on the Solomon Islands. His parents received a message from the war department last December that he was missing in action and in February word came that he was listed among the dead. Pie entered the service in October, .1940, served in Iceland for 9 months after which he was home on a furlough. Before serving in the Solomons he was also in New Zealand. He leaves his parents, 2 brothers, Lt. Lloyd Rygh of the navy air corps, serving overseas, and Cecil of Bricelyn, and 2 sisters, Mavis and Bernice at home. Iowa Soldier Missing in Action Over Italy Dumont --Mr. and Mrs. William Alexander received a message Monday from the adjutant general which stated that their son, Cpl. William Gordon has been missing in action in Italy since Jan. 30. Corporal Gordon was a ranger. SET 5 MEETS FOR CITIES IN STATE Speakers Will Offer 6-Member Expert Team Iowa City --A series of 5 visual instruction conferences in Iowa high schools has been scheduled by the University of Iowa for next week to demonstrate the value of educational flims and slides as classroom aids. The conferences are under the direction of the bureau of visual instruction of the extension division and the speakers and demonstrators from a 6-member team of experts. It is the first time that such conferences have been scheduled by the university. Not only school administrators and teachers but also parents and all other interested persons are invited to the affairs. The schedule includes Burlington, Muscatine, Davenport, Clinton, and Dubuque from Monday through Friday that order. University of Iowa staff members in the group will be E. T. Peterson, acting dean of the college o£ education; Dr. Bruce E. Mahan, director of the extension 'division; and John R. Hedges, acting direc- H E R E and T H E R E tor of the stmction bureau of visual in- Other persons will be 2 representatives of Erpi Classroom Films, Inc., of Chicago and one man from Teaching Film Custodians, Inc., of New York City. It is pointed out that the university's bureau last year distributed films for 36,072.showings, seen by 3,607,200 persons, and is ready to supply the latest 16 mm. educational f i l m s to schools, clubs, churches, industrial firms, and 'civic groups. The bureau now has a lending collection of some 3,000 films, with new ones added monthly. A group of 2 by 2 Kodachrome educational soon. Lyle, Minn. --Luverne Austinson is moving on to his father's farm east of Lyle and will operate it the coming year. Clarion --Mrs. B. C. Dougherty received word that her husband has been promoted from seaman 1/c to radioman 3/c. He is located at San Diego, Cal. Northwood -- Miss Lola 'Mae Borg spent the weekend from her work in Minneapolis with her mother, Mrs. Glady "Borg. Goldfield--Sgt. Wilbur Agard of the Sioux City air base spent the weekend ,with his · mother, Mrs. Alice Agard. Northwood --Mrs. Emma Johnson came recently from San Diego, Cal., and is visiting relatives here. She is an aunt of Mrs. J. O. E. Johnson, where she visited for some time. Ackley --Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keninger that their son, Bernard Keninger, is now stationed at Norfolk, Va. Garuer --Dorothy Missal, who is employed by the department ol public safety in Des Moines, spen' the weekend visiting with her brother, Don, at Wichita, Kans where he is training at the University of Wichita as an air corps cadet. Dumont--Proceeds of the ama- tuer contest Friday evening sponsored by the Parent-Teachers association totaled $67 clear. Garner--County Extension Di rector Paul Henderson was in De: Moiries the past week for his pre induction examination for en trance into military service. Itanlontown --Harold and Mrs slides will be acquired Kline have been visiting relative here a few days. Mr. Kline jus finished his boot training at Far ragut, Idaho. He is in the navy. Wesley -- Clp. Louis Garman who is stationed in a camp in Cali fornia, is here for a furlough wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augus Garman and to attend the funera of his grandfather, Matt Laux. Remarkable Treament FOR STOMACH DISTRESS From Too Much Acid Stomach Arc y o u tortured with the burning misery of too much free stomach acid? Use of tbc famous VON TABLETS is bringing comforting relief to hun dreds of such cases. S tn- ccrely grateful people tell of what they call the "wonders" Van's Tablets have done for them. This gentle formula aims to counteract surplus irritating stomach acid and to brine relief from such conditions. If you suffer from indigestion, gas, heartburn, belching, bloating, sour stomach and other symptoms-- ·**"- to excess stomach acid--you. too. due should try Von's for prompt relief rignt at home . . . without rigid liquid diet Gel $1-25 trial size. AJso available 52.00, 53.50 sizes. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. If he does not have Von's he can eel them for you from hJs jobber. Rites at Lake Mills for Retired Banker Lake Mills -- Funeral services were held at the Salem Lutheran church for T. S. Tweed, 83, with the Rev. H. M. Blegen officiating. He was a banker in Lake Mills for 20 years, served on the board of education for 14 years, and the city council for 12 years. In 1927, after both banks closed as a result o'f the financial depression, a clearing office was started, and Mr. Tweed was appointed secretary and treasurer. In 1028 a new bank was organized and T. S. Tweed was elected one of the directors and cashier, and continued in that capacity until he resigned in March, 1933. Since that time he had been taking care of his farming interests. Four children survive: Mrs. J. 1. Johnson, Minneapolis; Mrs. F. C. Streeter, Lake Mills: Mrs. Hobert Stracke, Cedar Rapids, and Selmer T. Tweed, Garner. REPAIRS PLANES--Sgt. Ker- rait K. Koerner, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Koerner of Klemme. is in the depot repair squadron in Italy, helping repair planes that return from combat. He entered the service Feb. 6, 1912, and landed in North Africa in January this year. Ewe Near Dougherty Has 10 Offspring in 4 Years, All Thriving Dougherty --Oscar Thayer is the owner of a prolific ewe. She had triplets in 1941, twins in 1942, twins in 1943 and triplets again in 1944. This makes 10 head, all living, in 4 years. Hold Rites Thursday for Lester A. Granger Nashua--Funeral services will be h e l d at the Little Brown church Thursday at 2:30 p. in., for Lester A. Granger, former resident, who died at Tacoma, Wash., Friday. He was born here April 2. 1872, and was married to Carie Danna in 1892. He is survived by 4 daughters, Mrs. L. A. Scharnweber, Waterloo; Mrs. A. R- Frederickson, Eugene, Ore.; Mrs. M. D. Chesney, and a sister, Mrs. Ella Tower, Tacoma, Wash. Nora Springs-- Mr. and Mrs. Coiner Johnson and children and Irs. Dawes Tatuin spent Sunday Sheffield. Goodell --Mrs. T. R. Burgess, ifrs. L. W. Wesenberg, Mrs. Les lobbins and Mrs. Amos Hanson elicited Goodell for Red Cross unds Friday and received $210.60. Stilson--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schwab and Marlys and her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Pearon, were recent guests in the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Grant iaugland of near Britt. Kensett-- Mr. and Mrs. Peder Skram are happy over a cablegram received from their son, Pfc. Arthur Skram,' that he had arrived safely overseas. Manly --Mr. and Mrs. Mose 3rim were in Mason City Thursday to visit with their son-in-law, C. I. Hewitt, who left that evening .o be inducted into the navy. Bristow --Ensign William \Valsh completed his training at Miami, Fla., and is awaiting orders. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs leorge Walsh. Plymouth --Miss Francis Sar- chctt, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Sarchett, who teaches in Colwell, spent the weekend with her parents and brother. Mitchell--Sgt. Wayne Weldin of Camp Edwards, Mass., came Saturday for a few days' furlough a the parental Ervin Weldin home. Fenton --Mrs. Howard Fullei left for Des Moines to attend the national convention of the cosmetologist Association. Goodell -- Everett Sellers re turned home Monday from Long Beach, Cal., where he visited hi: brother, Willus Sellers. Rake --Mrs. Henry Quume i spending a week at the home o her son, Le Roy Quame and family at Marshalltown. Donald Quam returned^ after spending 2 week with his grandparents here am Carolyn Quame also accompaniei her home after a visit at the Han Hanson home in Forest City. '. weeks leave with his wife and p\ I 1HI I · 1 tents, Mr. and Mrs. o. o. Rue. | Uecorah Man Iniured Le Roy, Minn. --Norval Morse of I ,,,. - _, . Thompson --Sgt. James Hughes, tationed at Camp Roberts, Cal., ame Sunday to spend a furlough vith his mother, Mrs. J. R. iughes. Armstrong --Verne Weller, who as been employed in a defense 5lant at California for the past ear, returned home this week. Hanlontown --F e r n Brunsvold, ludent nurse at Fairview hospita Minneapolis, is visiting in the lOTne of her father, Brick Bruns- ·old. J o i c e--Mrs. ' Dena Berg of amestown, N. Dak., spent the past veek visiting relatives and friends n Joice. She taught school in this vicinity many years ago. · Ridsreway --Lt. Loren Rue arrived from Perrin Field, Texas vhere he is an instructor to spent a 2 weeks leave with his wife anc parei Le the Great Lakes naval training school, visited with his parents, ~r. and Mrs. M. P. Morse, and Brothers. A r m s t r o n g--Dorae Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, is Quarantined for scarlet fever at her home north of town. Aredale --A. Bailey and other men began work Monday taking out the old furnace at the Aredule Methodist church and will install a new furnace this week. Stilson--Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott and daughters visited their daughter, Shirley, in Omaha, who is employed in a dental clinic. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunting of Corwith, parents of Mrs. Scott. Chapin --C. A. Banker visited Saturday and Sunday with his son, Malcolm, who is a patient at ii hospital at Rochester, Minn. where he underwent a major operation last week. Rake --Cpl. Sidney Johnson, sot of Gust Johnson, who is serving with the army overseas, has been promoted to sei'geant. IOWAN KILLED IN MARSHALLS Pvt. Frank Hilton, 39, Lived at Emmetsburg Emmetsbure-- Mrs. Hans Hilton received word from the war department that her son, Pvt. Frank Hilton, 39, was killed in the Marshall Islands in the South pacific Feb. 18. The young man had beci.i in the army service since September, 1942. He took part of his training in the Hawaiian Islands. In civilian .life, Frank worked for 6 years in the Walter Middleton lumber yard. Besides his mother, he leaves several brothers and sisters. When Train Hits Auto Decorah--Otto Rovang's car was struck by the northbound Rock Island train 4 miles south of Decorah. The train struck the center of his car and carried it about GO teet down the track. Rovang escaped with bruises and a cut over one eye. WAVE PROMOTED Northwood--Miss Shirley Noe, Northwood, has been advanced to the rating of storekeeper, 2nd class, in the WAVES. She is . at the supply office of the naval landing forces equipment department at San Diego, Ca). She received her boot training at Hunter college at New York City and took advanced training in a women's college at Milledgeville, Ga. She enlisted about 10 months ago. MEDICATED Soath ° it:h of «n«pi« __,,.,,__ ___^ rashes by sprinkling on POWDER FOR Meuana.theeooiniug, ra*|||y I. Ar medicated powder. Re- rAMILY Uwb lievea diaper raali. WHEEL BALANCING AT and LUBRICATION SERVICE STANDARD SERVICE 321 BEAUMONT DRIVE HEAKS FROM HUSBAND Aredale--Mrs. Robert Reser received a letter from her husband. S. Sgt. Robert Reser now in Italy, the first in 6 weeks. He had been in combat and when he got relieved he received 169 letters and 3 packages. He is at a rest camp at present. Charles Penaluna, 60, Dies at Phoenix, Ariz. Hampton -- Charles Penaluna, 60, former Hampton resident, died suddenly Saturday evening at Phoenix, Ariz., after a brief illness with pneumonia. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m., Thursday, at the Church of Christ at Hampton, and burial will be at Hampton. Mr. Penaluna was born in Illinois, came to this community at the age of 2 and resided here until moving to Phoenix a year ago. He engaged in farming for many years. He is survived by his wife, his mother, Mrs. Frances Penajuna of Hampton, and 3 children. Kenneth of Hampton. Dorothy of Iowa Airman Returns After India Service Waucoina --S/Sgt. Emerson W. Hurd and wife, who have been visiting New . Hampton and Dubuque relatives, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Maude Hurd and son, Arthur. Sgt. Hurd joined the air forces while employed in California, recently returned from India where he was stationed for 14 months. While there he is credited with 393 hours of flying missions. The plane he was with never had material damage but was forced to make emergency landings due to running low on gasoline. He served for the most part as tail gunner but was transferred to the front of the plane when nose turrets were added. They ate camel meat and used camel milk to quite an extent but the food as a whole in India was fairly good. Think how much more of a hell this war would he--if there were no Red Cross. No Red Cross to collect life-saving blood plasma! No X-ad Cross to bring comfort and encouragement to the heartsick aud wounded! Think, America, and give generously in the Red Cross War Fund Drive, March 1 to 31st. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Indiana) Kansas field. City and Betty of Shef- THE BEST IN GLASSES at LOWER PRICES Are Yours at Mason City Branch of the Service Optical Co. of Des Moines I«w»'« UrjeilEet.il OpMc.l Firm-- Brincho in Principal !ow» Clllei Here at Our Mason City Office liou Can Get Complete First Class Eyeglass Service ·I Your eyes ar« tested by i Slale Rc'sislued Doctor of ·* ' Optomctry . 9 First quality lenses are jiouna tvactly to the Doclor'j "· prescription for sour eyes in our own mortcmlv equipped optical laboratory in DCS Moines by skilled ·rkmcn. O First quality frames and mounlinss-- a wide selection **· of all styles-- arc furnished by our own optical suri- ply house in DCS Moincs -- to fit your fjce according to your own measurements. . For a Belter Deal On Eyeglasses SERVICE OPTICAL CO. 207 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Ground Floor Henry Eugene Wiley Dies; Rites Tuesday Northwood --- Funeral services for Henry Eugene Wiley, 75, who had resided at Las Vegas, N. Mex.. the past 2 years, was to be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Conner funeral home. The Rev. Donald H. Artman of the Northwood Methodist church was to conduct the rites. Mr. Wiley, a prominent business man of Northwood from 1903-1926, was born in Mitchell county. Stockholders Meet, Elect, Pay Dividend Rake --At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the State Savings bank, O. E. Quam was elected to serve as president to succeed the late Ed O. Halverson, who served as president for over 20 years. Johnnie Rake, secretary and cashier, was elected to serve as director to replace the new president, O. E. Quam. Other directors re-elected are' A. J. Havnen, Johnnie Jarshaw, and S. B. Jensvold. O. H. Toft and Carl Knudtson . are assistant .cashiers. An 8 per cent dividend was paid to stockholders and the surplus was increased. Young Mother Dies at Farm Home Near Rake Burt--Mrs. Melvin Abbas, 211 year old mother, died Tuesday morning at the home of her par- | ents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Abbas, after giving birth to a still-born child. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steward. Eleanor Maxine Steward was born and grew up in Burt. On July 27, 1941, she was married to Melvin Abbas. They lived at Buffalo Center a few months, but in February, 1942, they moved to Osceola, S. Dak., where they lived on a farm about a year, when they returned to Burt and farmed the past year. Mrs. Abbas is survived by,her husband, a small son. her parents, 3 sisters and 5 brothers. Buy War Savings' Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. HEALTH QUIZ FUNERAL IIELL) Decorah --Funeral services were conducted Tuesday for Lars L. Iverson, 91, the first white child born in Canoe township, Winnc- shiek county. EXCEEDS QUOTA Goldfield --Goldfield went over the top in the Red Cross drive with over 51,100 raised. 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Get Carter's Little Liver Pflls today-- at any druzstor*-- You will b* dad you did. SHORT-TRIP DRIVING CAUSES EXCESSIVE WATER TO FORM IN MOTOR, GET INTO CRANKCASE, CONTAMINATE OIL.BETTER CHANGE OIL EVERy,6O DAYS, OR AT 1000 MILES--WHICHEVER COMES FIRST. HERE WONT BE ENOUGH TIRES TO GO AROUND THIS YEAR. SO TAKE CARE OF THOSE YOU HAVE. MOST IMPORTANT-HAVE THEM RECAPPED BEFORE THEY WEAR DOWN TOO FAR TO PERMIT RECAPPING. %OLE AND HEEL!THESE TWO SERVICES GO TOGETHER. SAME THING'S TRUE OF CAR LUBRICATION AND O!L CHANGE. GET ONE WHEN YOU GET THE OTHER. SAVES TIME^-ASSURES VITAL PROTECTION. **·*· «. ««; r wit* your lundtM Oil ·Man, It T»u ua, pin**. STANDARD OIL DEALERS ARE TRAINED FOR BETTER CAR CARE . Vw H Wistty Boy Mt* War Bond.

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