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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 31, 1945
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. 1945 The base of an army ordnance steel cartridge case is heat-treated by Induction heating, which sends the steel from room temperature to 3,009 degrees and back again within 3 seconds. . What a Difference! THE FIRST BAB1] CARRIAGE ORD1IIAR1J BLADE R1Q1D IN RAZOR A MODERN BABY CARRIAGE PAL HOLLOW GROUND flexible in Kaior fat cullers Pioneered,Pe'rf«cted cndPalentecUheHof/owGrounJ 'blade--o different modern blade for a different, modern ah ove. Pal is flexible in the ra zc r/ follows facial contours, whisking away whiskers with just a ·'Tecther Touch". No "bearing down"so no irrilatian to tender skint. Delicate blade edges last longer, too. Try a pack today. PAl BLADE CO., NEW YORK PAL RAZOR BLADES and Sharing Supplier BOOMHOWER HARDWARE lharles City Globe-Gazette OUTH PROGRAM Easy, Chief! DIRECTOR NAMED George Hedger to Take Over Activity in City Charles City--Dr. Frederick G. lenke, Floyd county juvenile de- nquency officer, Tuesday. an- ounced that George E. Hedger as arrived here to take over his uties as .director o£ child and outh activities in Charles City. Mr. Henke said in announcing fir. Hedger's appointment here: The commission on child and outh welfare has been very for- unate to be able to obtain his ervices. It has become increas- ngly apparent during the war ears that our community needs to ive additional attention to the velfare of Charles City children nd youth. Mr. Hedger is well ualified' by character and experience to take charge of the 'outh program in the city. He has upervised similar programs in Tucson, Ariz., and Dover, Ohio, and has in addition bad wide ex- ierience with young people." 4-H J ers Study Maintenance of Tractors Charles City--Boys 4-H club leaders of the county and one or two older club members from each local 4-H club will attend a farm tractor maintenance training school to be held in the agricultural room of the Charles City high school Thursday starting at 10 a. m. This is a follow-up of the state wide training school on tractor maintenance held for representative club members from each county. The information presented will be used by the local leaders for discussion at the February meetings of their local clubs. Dale Koehler of "Ulster township will conduct the school, assisted by James L. Bailey of Mason City. Motion pictures will be shown on tractor maintenance and on fuels for tractors. Many suggestions will be made for keeping farm tractors operating at full efficiency. This Might Hurt a Little Charles City--Fire Chief James Tynan hardly knew, what to do Tuesday when the fire siren sounded. He had just gotten out of the dentist chair where a tooth was pulled, when the siren sound- ded. His jaw which was "frozen" by the dentist and the pulling of the tooth with its attendant bleeding left no room for doubt in Tynan's mind that he should not rush out of the dentist office to the fire, as it was zero weather outside. Calming himself he had the dentist's assisaht telephone to get the location of the fire, after which he regained his composure as he was' aware no serious fire would be at the location. It proved only a small hole was burned underneath a heating stove in the floor at the Fred Balhman home. POPULAR DATE January 1, is a popular' date In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bullerman of Calmar. Four years ago on that date a con was born. January 1, 1945, was the birth date of another son. Another son born 2 years ago has to celebrate his birthday alone--his is January 3. - ' * I'm Buying * MORE WAR BONDS with the money / save painting 1. ONE COAT COVERS MOST WALLPAPERS 2. APPLIES EASILY 3. DRIES IN ONE HOUR 4. MIXES WITH WATER 5. WASHABLE ROIL IT ON WITH * SMART BORDERS far MINTED ROOMS ROLLER- KOATER NEPTUNITE FOR Ml ENAMELING Currie-VanNessCo. Chorles City Briefs Mrs. Garfield Gohr and Marie Cinder resigned their positions at Dr Salsbury's Laboratories and left Sunday for Minneapolis where they will be employed in defense work. They will reside at 622 University avenue, N. E. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gohr entertained Mrs. Gohr, who is their daughter-in-law, and her friend, Marie Cinder at a 6 o'clock dinner before their departure for Minneapolis. The girls of Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories gave a farewell party at the Frontier club Tuesday evening of last week in honor of Mrs. Gohr and Marie Ginder. Each was presented with a lovely gift. On Wednesday evening, a 7 o'colck farewell dinner was served at the A. G. Summerfield home in honor oi the 2 departing friends. Those present were Eleanor Ewen, Marilyn Follansbee, Roberta Smith and Pat Summerfield. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Morse are the parents of a daughter bom at the Cedar Valley hospital. Daughters were also born at the hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boss, and society -v to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Grant of rectory. Clarksville. Bea Nelson is spending the week in Chicago at the spring markets in the interest of her shop. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gohr were Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Goedders home in Greene. The regular Ladies' Aid dinner will be served Thursday noon in the Colwell church dining room. . St Margaret's Episcopal guild will meet at the home of Mrs. L. J. Lockhart Thursday evening at 7:30.- The Wesleyan Service guild of .the.Ceritral Methodist church will nieet at the church Thursday evening at 7:45. The executive board of W. S. C. S. of iFIrst Methodist church will meet at 1:15 Thursday afternoon in the church. Division No. 2 of the Christian church women will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of 'Esther Zielstorf, 403 Hildreth street. All ladies have a special invitation to attend this meeting. Pythian Sisters will meet in regular session Thursday evening promptly at 8 o'clock. There will be initiation of candidates. As a special feature, the birthday anniversary of the order will be observed. . A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Matt Dostart, honoring Donald Dostart, a C. M. 3/c, who has been in the south Pacific for the past 18 months. It · was also in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson of Chicago, the latter being Marlys Dostart, who was married in Chicago Friday evening, and came to Charles City for the weekend. Another son, Matt, Jr., who is also in the navy stationed at Corpus Christi, Tex., and wife and son. were unable to be present The general meeting of the W. S./C. S. of the First Methodist church will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Worship will be conducted by Mrs. H. D. Floyd. The study will be in charge of Miss Merle Laughlin. Hostess will be the Rachel circle, and hospitality, Elizabeth circle. The Happy Hour dub met at the home of Elva Bauer with 21 members present. Velma Schlicfc was welcomed into the club. Members of the club will join the Seven-in- One club for their annual party Feb. 13 in the K. P. hall. Edyth Marsh conducted a "True or False" contest with Veto a Schlick winning the prize. Guessing games were conducted by Martha Miller with Lulu Stewart the winner. The hostess served a lunch at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the home of Maud Boyd with Julia Palmer, Frieda Paulson and Grace Schlick in charge of the program. FORENSIC MEET SET FOR MARCH Schools Will Compete in 5 Speech Contests Iowa City--High school speakers will compete as usual in the events of the Iowa High School Forensic league in 1945, with the finals scheduled at the University of Iowa March 29, 30, and 31, officials said Monday. ; Officials are moving forward with plans for the event on the assumption that government restrictions as to conventions will not apply to the contests if such other high school activities as basketball tournaments do not fall under the ban. District debate contests are scheduled throughout the state for February, with Feb. 28 being the final date. The last date for district oratory and extempore contests is March 17. The program for the finals at the university includes competition in debate and discussion, original oratory, extempore speaking, interpretative reading, ' and radio' speaking. Most of the subject matter will be focused upon the issues of the war and the home front. Topic for the debaters is: "Resolved, that the legal voting, age should be reduced to 18 years." This is the Question being, argued in high school leagues throughout the nation. Some 13 to 16 schools will enter the final debate rounds in late March, representing 4 districts. The 1944 champions were Burlington in Class A and St. Patrick's of Waukon in class B. Some 125 schools are members of the league. Prof. A. Craig Baird of the university speech department is chairman of the executive committee. HERE and THERE Swaledale---Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Watson and sons visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rovang in New Providence recently. Manly--Dr. and Mrs. Spearing returned recently from a trip to New Orleans. Dr. Spearing also attended the state veterinarians' convention at Des Moines. Chester--Mrs. Elmer Speer returned home from a 2 weeks' stay in Mercy hospital, Cresco, following, an operation. Dougherty--Leonard Dolan of the marines is at Parris Island, N. Car. Emmett Logan of the navy is at the Great Lakes training station. Edward Ewens is awaiting for missionary service on the island of Madagascar. Plymouth--Mr. and Lundy Mrs. Nora Springs visited his call in February. Fopejoy--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savidge and C. B. Corbin, Hampton, were Sunday dinner guests in the J. E. Carr home, in special honor of Mrs. Lucia Hart, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carr and sister-in-law of Mrs. Savidge. Goldfield-- Miss Eloise Moseley, freshman student college, Cornell Vernon, spent the , , weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moseley. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations ACKLEY--St. Mary's Cemetery society will meet Thursday at the GAHNER--The degree staff of Loyalty Rebekah lodge will have a benefit card part at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. X.YLE, Minn.--Mrs. N. Severson will be hostess to the W. C. T. U. unit at her home Friday afternoon. GARNER--The Garner Chamber of Commerce will hold Its regular February meeting at the Garner opera house Thursday evening; noon. ACKLEY--Ladies 1YLE, Minn.--Ladies Aid of the Lyle Lutheran church was to meet at the church Wednesday after- Aid society will Thursday in the home of Mrs. Anna Oehnann. ACKLEY--Ladlies Aid society of St. John's Evangelical church was to be entertained Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Alta Vista-- A group of neighbors and friends tendered Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mishak of west of here a pleasant surprise Sunday night when they gathered to bid them good bye before they move to their new home in Alta Vista. Basset! -- Mrs. Myron Bigelow is visiting her daughter in Waterloo. Bndd -- W. C. Frank was brought home from Cedar Valley hospital Sunday afternoon. Bode^-Donald Blair who received ,an honorable discharge for service'"in the navy, is moving to West Bend where he has employment with a lumber company. Plymouth -- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pearce and sons of Hiceville visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pearce. Clifford just returned from St. Paul, where' he attended the state convention of telephone workers. Waucoma -- Miss Isabel Leitch finished a 2-year normal course at Upper Iowa university, Fayette, Friday, and is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leitch. She intends to take up the profession of teaching in the near future. Hay field -- Mrs. ;Sarah Hutson, who has been visiting her son, R. M. Hutson and family, returned to her home at Webster City. Swaledale -- Mr. and Mrs. D. Gaspers entertained relatives and friends in honor of their son, Orville, who is spending a 9-day furlough with them. Otranto -- Mr. and Mrs. H. Emil Haiisen left Sunday for a visit with relatives and to look after business interests in California. Woden -- Bobby Goslin left Monday for Fort Snellirig, Minn., for Harvey Anderson, Anton Blom, Mrs. L. B. Blom, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christiansen of Kiester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. A. C.' lyerson and family, were entertained at the' John Christiansen home in honor of their son, Gordon, who left Tuesday evening for Fort Snelling, for induction. Kanawha--Mons Skouge left for the west coast from where he will go to Hawaii, where he will be employed on the construction of a veterans' hospital at Honolulu. Goodelt--Siipt. and Mrs. F. Fee were guests Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mrs. F. Prouty at Nashua, in honor of their 33rd wedding anniversary. Kanawha--Mrs. Arlon Hanson returned from Hot Springs, Ark., her husband having transferred to Fort Riley, Kans. Goodell--Harvey Anderson.Is a patient in Mercy hospital at Mason City recovering from a major operation, which he had Saturday. Larry Beek, 4 months old twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beek is there with pneumonia. Bristow--Mrs. Tall DeBower, Allison, visited her niece, Miss Joyce E. Duffield, 2 days recently. Swaledale--John Fatten and daughter, Leona, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J o h n Overbeck and Mrs. Emily Morehead in Rockwell, and with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Patton and family and Wilbur Patton, returned to their home in Oxbow, Canada. Britt--Miss Helen Treganza Is h o m e after spending several weeks in Knoxville, Tenn., visiting in the home of her sister and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Billy Randall. Bode--The Hev. and Mrs. William Trygstad will visit in Minneapolis before starting for the Mrs. Lundy's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Seeley, Sunday. Waucoo -Pfc. LaVerne Belding notified his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Belding, Friday, of his arrival overseas. Woden--Mr. a n d Mrs. John Ward returned home following a 2 weeks' visit at the home of her sisters at Momence, 111. Alexander--Mrs. Clay Kline- feiter and son, Philip Klinefelter, of Siloam Springs, Ark., came Monday for a few days' visit at the Oscar Hensel home. Sexton--Joe Gurdett returned to his home at Colman, N. Dak., after a week's visit with his sis- ters, Mrs. Essie -McMahori and Mrs. Fannie Branagan. · . Jolce--Mrs. Reuben Almelien suffered'a major operation Saturday at the Irish hospital in Forest City. . · . · ' ·; ' ' Mclntlre--T./Sgt. Perry Lorain Hockens is spending a 6 day furlough here with his brother, Howard Hockens and family. He will return to a camp in Delaware after his furlough here. A brother, Larry Hockens of St. Paul, is also, visiting his brothers here. Kudd--The war stamp and bond sales in the school for January netted a total of ?57. High, school sales were high at $28. Luverne--Miss Harriet Beattie, former teacher in the Luverne high school, visited friends in Luverne. She is now teaching science in Ames senior high. NOW SHOWING Continuous Show* Daily T H R U F R I D A Y IT'S WHAT YOU WANT IN DANCE, TUNES, GIRLS AND EXCITEMENT! east coast where they will embark Fred Sprain. HICEVILLE The American induction into the armed forces. Alexander-- Miss Marjorie Richards, a student ^of-Cornell^college, came home Friday to spend the week with her parents. Joice -- After spending a short vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mostrom, Bobbie Mae Mostrom returned to Kansas City, Mo., where she will take up her new duties as terminal hostess for the Braniff Airlines. NOW SHOWING | HIS G R E A T E S T ROLE! ** GRANT * Companion Feature NAVY WAY With Robert Lowery Jean Parker Plus Latest News C IE CII li HOME OP HITS Legion auxiliary will meet in their rooms Monday evening. GARNER -- Loyalty Rebekah lodge will have initiation of new members at the I. O. O. F. hall Thursday at 7:30 p. m. .DUMONT -- A school of instruction of the Bristow chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will be held at Bristow at the Masonic hall Monday. PLYMOUTH-- The brotherhood of the Methodist church will meet Thursday evening. GENEVA-- Mrs. Ray Waddington will be hostess to the Geneva Ladies Aid society In' the church basement Thursday afternoon. Charles Cityan Dies at Waverly Hospital Chirlei City-- Funeral conducted by the Rev. James Delahooke, will be held at Grossman's chapel Thursday at 2 p. m. for Mrs. H. L. Loper, 200 Seventh avenue, Charles City, who died Tuesday morning at '5:40 at the St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, .Waverly, where she had been a patient the past 2 weeks. Interment will be in Riverside cemetery. Emma Richards Loper was born to J. N. and Mary Hesley Richards, Dec. 10, I860, and lived in and around Charles City all her life. Mrs. Loper had baen in poor health the past 5 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by 2 sons, Ivan and Cleremont, and 3 grandchildren, in addition to her broth. Okla., and Schneider and Mrs. Ralph Slater, both of Rapid City, S. Dak., and Mrs. Will Prater of Glendale, Cal. WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY LUMBER ARRIVES Charles City--The Fisher company is in receipt of 40 carloads of lumber to work into war supplies, such as cots for lend-lease. The 40 carloads hof material represent quite a good-sized order and the main difficulty of the company right now is to find sufficient labor to unload the material. CONFERS WITH VETS Charles City--Dave R. Roberts, representative of the Veterans Administration, Des Moines, will be in Charles City, Wednesday, Jan. 31. Mr. Roberts will confer with any veteran concerning vocational rehabilitation and the educational program under the G. I. bill of rights. He was to be in the office of the United States Employment Service, 215 Ellis building, Charles City at 1 p. m. Wednesday. ENDS WEDNESDAY "BRIDE BY MISTAKE" tSCAPE TO DANGER" Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ber gland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson and Homer, Mrs. THURS., FRI., SAT. IT'S DANCETIME orgettable LYNN KERNS, WED. HAZEL'S BAND, FRI. CHUCK HALL, SAT. - SUN. -·l-ittl PLUS DISNEY CARTOON Ako Xo. 11 "B»ldtn of Ghost Cll; Late Bos Every Fri.-Sat. THE MOSTEST AND THE BESTEST IN ENTERTAINMENT lost Times Wed. Wing and a Prayer" Myjleri of 13th Gent" Will L. Richards of Carnegie, sisters, Mrs. Henry LOADS OF EXCITEMENT AND FUN IN THIS COMBINATION PROGRAM STARTING THURSDAY AND THROUGH-SATURDAY Five on Job 113 Tears ADVICE TO THE LOV 5 Fort Devens employes adds up to 113 years -- 4 .times the age of Diirepo has been on the AIM Latest News Cartoon -- Fledge to Baiaan Fales has served 24 months, Joseph C. CHARLES STARRETT DMTAYLOft CONSTANCE WORTH UylYOON · LWYNN U.VERA VAGUE Also Chapter 11 "Zorrd's Black Wiip" and Latest News Flashes! on wd Kris! -,_ ITS YOUNG - GAY - WONDERFUL! Fort Devens, Mass., (U.RX-- The total continuous service record of the served pmer J. job years and Heath 24 years and 2 months, while J. Stafford Sheedy has been at Devens 22 years and 6 months. Air and magazines are now flown at reduced rates between a large proportion of cities offering air express service. It is possible to fly 20 pounds of newsprint, for example, from Houston to Colorado Springs at 20 cents per pound, or S4, compared with the previous Icost oi $6JO; .1

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