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4 Friday. March 17, 19441 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE I DRIVER FINED AT NORTHWOOD Mason Cityan Arrested for Reckless Drivjng Northwood--Charles Gilbert or Mason City was lined $100 and costs in Northwood Tuesday by C. II. Dwelle, justice of the peace, following his plea of guilty to an information filed by Officer Tometich of the Iowa highway patrol, charging him with reckless driving. Gilbert was arrested by Officer Tometich, late Monday afternoon about 2 miles south of Kensett when the officer claimed the car was being driven "in an uncertain manner." There was indication that Gilbert had been drinking, Officer Tometich, stated, but Gilbert claimed he was suffering from a heart attack and was not intoxicated. A local physician made examination and verified Gilbert's claim as to a faulty heart condition. The line was paid and Gilbert was discharged from custody. Iowa State College Names 2 New Home Economists Pred Paullus Enters Race for Seat in State Senate Hampton Man Opposes 0. Johnson of Kanawha on Democratic Ticket Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations CRESCO--Newly elected of£i cers of the Cresco Wild Lite clul are: Loel Reinhart, president; Di R. B. Koger, vice president; How ard Pollack, secretary, and Be M. Smith, treasurer. i B E L M O N D -- Wednesday,! March 22, St. Anne Study club at 'the home of Mrs. Marice Dillon. GARNER--Chapter FN, P. E. O. elected the following officers: President, Mrs. C. A. Frisbie; vice president, Mrs. C. H. Schissel; recording secretary, Mrs. Charles H. Bethke; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Cecil Stille; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Rehm; chaplain, Mrs. M. Greiman; guard, Mrs. Don Roe. G A R N E R--T h e Republican Woman's club will inert March 21 at the home oE Mrs. W. J. Barz. BELMOND--Wednesday, March 22, Kensington club at the home of Mrs. Clarence Peterson. GARNER--St. Boniface guild ·will hold regular meeting Tuesday with Miss Margaret Mantcr- nach hostess. BELMOND--Friday, March 17, "Tood Front Alert" mass meeting at I. O. O. F. hall at 2 p. in KANAWHA -- T h e postponed meeting of the Evening guild will be held Tuesday evening in the Kanawha Lutheran church parlors with Mrs. L. J. Ilcckerson, hostess, BELMOND--Tuesday, March 21 'American Legion Auxiliary wil! meet with Mrs. George Baxter. LAKE MILLS--The St. Ansgai circuit Lutheran brotherhood wil hold a men's rally at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Fores' City Sunday at 7 p. m. C H A P IN--The Old Chapii Cemetery society w i l l hold it regular monthly meeting Tuesdaj afternoon at the homo of Mrs. J B. Sanders. There will be clcc tion of officers. C H A P I N -- T h e P. T. A. wil meet Tuesday evening in til school auditorium. LATIMER--The Latimer uni of the United Service Women me for election of officers as follows Mrs. Claude West, presidcn' Mrs. J. C. Hansen, vice presiden' Miss Edna Rasmussen, secretary Mrs. A. C. Carlsen, treasurer Miss Lcona Johansen, historian Mrs. Lee R e e d , chaplain; Mrs John Johansen, sergeant-at-arms Hampton--Fred J. Paullus an- lounced Wednesday that he is a candidate for the state senate from his district on the democratic icket. Mr. Paullus served 2 terms in he Iowa legislature, but was not a candidate at the election 2 years igo. Being reared on a farm, he is hordughly familiar with the farmer and his interests. Not long ago le moved to town, but this does lot put him in the class oE a re- .ired farmer. He still maintains a herd of registered Jersey cattle and Poland China hogs on the farm. He served for 2 years, until recently, on the Iowa Jersey Cattle club. Mr. Paullus has 2 sons in the service. Rex, who is training with* the army at Camp Fannin, Texas,' and Ralph, who is with the navy somewhere in the South Pacific. Present senator in the 43rd district is Oscar E. Johnson of Kanawha, who also is a democrat. The district includes Cerro Gordo, Franklin and Hancock counties. FRED J. PAULLUS H E A D C O L D G E T S THE SIR | 2 drops in each nostril open 1 cold-cloggedno.ycubre.'ith j freer quickly. Caution: Use only as directed. Dem IKMETRO NOSE DROPS lowan Gets Subway Post Iowa Cily--Richard Van Gorp, University of Iowa graduate, has een promoted to the position of ssistant chief subway engineer f Chicago, it was learned Wed- esday by Dean F. M. Dawson of ic engineering^college. Van Gorp, formerly of Orange :ity, graduated in civil engineer- ng at the university in '1926, and ince has worked for the Chicago anitary district, the Illinois high- vay division, and the Chicago sub,'ay department. In his new position, the ex- owan will have a prominent part :i further building of the subway, low only partly completed due to ack of critical materials. JAIL WOMAN ON FORGERY COUNT Mrs. Katherine Taft Unable to Raise Bond New Hampton--Mrs. Katherine Taft, formerly Mrs. Katherine Meyers Thursday was bound over to the next term of the district court by John Tietjen, justice of the peace, on a charge of forgery. Bond was set at $5,000. The bond posted by Mrs. Taft was not JOIN EXTENSION STAFF SERVICE Emmetsburg Woman ta Serve State-at-Large Ames--Two county extension home economists have been appointed to the staff of the agricultural extension service of Iowa Stale college. Director R. K. Bliss announced the appointment of Miss Claudia Weinman as county extension home economist for Clinton county and Mrs. Hazel L. Docrr o'f Emmetsburg as county extension h o m e economist-al- large. Miss Weinmuun, who is a graduate of Alabama Polytechnic Institute with a major in home demonstration, begins her work in Clinton county this week. For the past month, she has served as county extension home economist- at-lurge,in Iowa. In addition to a year's experience as vocational home economics teacher, she was a 4-Pi girl for 4 years and lived on farm 1'or 17 years. In Clinton county, she will work with County Extension Director M. D. Lacey in promoting the extension educational program. Mrs. Doerr was graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor of arts degree in horm economics-. She has taught horn 1 economics in consolidated school at Ware and Washta. She also ha taught at Ruthven and in a rura school near Curlew. She will wor! with county extension director throughout the state, assumin; particular responsibility for wo men's anci girls' 4-H club horn accepted by Mr. Tietjen and she was returned to jail. Mrs. Taft Monday was returned from Santa Rosa, Cal., where she is alleged to have fled after cashing a check for $2,500, which her employer, E, W. Rugger snid was made out for S2S. economics education. Mrs. Doerr' appointment five May 1. will become effec THE REV. HAROLD HENRIKSEN THE REV. P. LAUBENGAYEK THE REV. II. M. RAECKER Two Allison Men Quit |obs; Leave Vacancies Allison--Harry Wilder, who has vorked in the engineering department of Butler county for the past 21 years has resigned as assistant engineer which he has held for he past 13 years. He is planning o devote all his time to manag- ng his farm. A successor has not been selected by the board. Tom Epperly, superintendent of he Butler county HEA for the past 4'.2 years also has resigned. He las not plans. announced his future DISCUSS SCHOOLS Garner--Township school secretaries and board chairman met Wednesday evening with County Supt. Charles S. Whitney in the courtroom to discuss rural school problems. GETS MEDAL AWARD Osage--S. Sgt. James Bailey, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Jud Bailey o£ Osage, has been awarded the good conduct medal at the Dodge City, Kans., army air field. It is a red and white ribbon to be worn on the tunic as a symbol of service of a year or longer in the army with a character efficiency rating of ''excellent" TO FILM IOWA U AS TYPE FOR U.S. Overseas Nations to See University Life Iowa City--American education will be typified by a motion picture for overseas distribution to be filmed at the University of Iowa by the office of war information, 'President Virgil Hancher announced. A camera crew from the bureau of motion pictures, overseas branch, ot OWI will arrive next week to begin filming the picture under the leadership of Sheldon Dick, producer, and Lcroy Robbins. director. President Hancher said that OWI has selected the University of Iowa "because its broad program enables the picture to cover many aspects of American education at one p 1 a c c." A tew scenes, however, will be made at Iowa State college and other parts of the state. ' Under the probable title '·Free- dom To Learn," the 30 minute picture will be shown in allied and neutral nations and in liberated territory, sound track will Farmers Show Little Desire to Seal Corn New Hampton--A total oE 9,200 bushels of 1343 corn have been sealed, E. A. Breitbach. Chickasaw county AAA chairman said Thursday. At one time nearly one-half of all the corn in the county was sealed. Grades Set for Speech Test Finals Garner--The finals in the Garner grade school declamatory con- Lcst will be held in the high school assembly Wednesday evening, March 22, according to announcement by Charles Tompkins, ;rade school principal. The elimination contest was held last week with Mrs. R. J. Fritsch as judge. Winners in the various groups who will compete in the final contest are: Oratorical, Dorothy Olson, Joan Patrick, Reta M c C o r m i c k and Darl Schmidt; humorous, Darlene Ferr. KDrmit Grcirnan, Marie Nedved and Merlin Schoneman; dramatic, Y v o n n e Rasmussen, Rosemary Jurgenson, Gloria Greiman and Mildred Lou Keith. CO-OP ELECTS Kanawha--At a meeting of the board of directors of the Kanawha Co-operative Oil company, Ernest Can- was re-elected president; William Engh, vice president; and Hjalmar Janson, secretary. Other members of the board are S. A. Barber, C. E. Mulholland, Fred Prclip and Helmer Hill. AGGIES ENTERTAIN Kanawha--The Kanawha vocational agriculture group is sponsoring an educational and social evening Monday at the high school building for members and their families. A pot luck dinner will be served, and R. V. Diggins will be speaker. Basketball will also be part of the entertainment. FILE TICKET Bristow--Only one ticket has been filed for the city election and it is as follows: Mayor, Carl Schrage; treasurer, Chris Henchen: assessor, Omer Weigand; councilmen, Clayton E. Boyland, Duffield, Yost. Sr. George Conger, H. D. Roy Merfeld and C. L. IE-DECK DOIY S P R I N G BY \ ; It's oil-out this spring for Navy Tan, (hot so versatile color thai will highlight moil every ensemble. Designed by PEAC°CK...and it goes without soy- ing, they possess knowing styling and perfect weal-ability. $ 1Q CQ NICHOLS GREEN "Where the GOOD SHOES come from" The narrative be in some 22 languages. The picture will revolve around the normal lite of. the university and no professional actors will be used. It will depict the relationship oE the institution to the citizens of the state and will stress the vital role of education in the survival of democratic processes. Mr. Robbins spent more than a week in mid-December investigating the possibilities oE using the university as location tor such a picture. Upon hearing his favorable r e p o r t , O W I l a s t month assigned Mr. Dick to the producing job and the two men Llicn came to the university to the script. INFANT DIES Algona--S h i r 1 e y K. Streck daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Streck, died at the Kossuth hospital 4 days after birth Graveside rites were held Thursday mornins at Bancroft. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gizett carrier boy. 6 NEW GASES IN HANCOCK COURT Term Opening Monday to Be Unusually Short Garner--Only 6 new cases have een ^filed for the March term of the Hancock county district ourt which convenes Monday. No criminal cases have been "tiled. udge Henry N. Graven of Clear ..ake will be on the bench. Grand jurors are to report for luty Tuesday at 10 a. m. Petit urors will report Tuesday, March 23. at 10 ,1. in. Following are the new cases filed for the term: Rush Gabriel- on vs. T. J. Murray, note, "5700; Klemme Co-op Grain company vs. Truels Steffen, promissory notes, S80.72 and S100; Dorothea Schrocder vs. Louisa Schroeder, et al, partition; Mrs. Sarah Wieder vs. Frank Wieder. divorce: G. L. Severson vs. W. J. Shipman, note, $231.63: Woodforci Wheeler Lumber company vs. Arthur P. Bartik, ct al, suit, on account, $353.50. Cases noted for trial include the first 2 mentioned above and the following: Clifford Anderson, et al, vs. Jennings Anderson, suit to establish lein in the amount of 57,680; ClifCord Anderson, et al, vs. Elmer H. Anderson, et al, suit' to establish lien in the sum of $13,440: Galloway Company. Inc., vs. Eise Sluik, on account S126.94. 3 PASTORS ARE MINISTERS'SONS Learn Profession in Homes of Clergymen Slanly--This town challenges recognition by reason of the fact that its 3 protestant churches are headed by ministers who were reared in the homes of ministers. The Rev. H. M. Raecker is pastor ol Bethel Evangelical: the Rev. Paul Laubengayer of St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed and the Rev. Harold Henriksen of the English Lutheran. Mr. Raecker was born in an Evangelical parsonage at Magnolia, son of the Rev. and Airs. H. Raecker. The father served as pastor in the- Iowa conference for 3G years, retiring at the time the son entered the ministry. In 19IG he began active work as a minister and served the following charges, Garrison. 3 years 1 Gilbert, 4 years; Abbott, 3 years Sheffield, i years: Dumont. f years, and lias been at Manly f years. Mr. Henriksen was born at Cordova, Nebr.. son of the Rev. Henry M. Henriksen. He served 2 parishes in Nebraska before coming to Manly last year. It was in moments of great sorrow, caused by the death oE 5 ou ol 8 children in his lather's family that brought about the determina tion to answer the calling tha came to him. After the death o his brothers and sisters, he vowe to become a minister. Mr. Laubengayer, pastor oE S Paul's Evangelical and ReEormec church, is a son oJ the Rev. O. C Laubengayer. of New Orleans, La Born in Marietta, Ohio, he spen his early years in Buffalo, N. Y Detroit. Mich., and New Orlean La., where his father held pastoi ates. After attending high school an college in Detroit, he was gradu ated from Tulane university i New Orleans in 1938- Receiving his seminary trail: ing at Eden Theological Seminal in St. Louis, Mo., he was gradi ated from that institution in 184 coming the same year to Manly where he has served since. More Cadets Will Leave iowa Classes Iowa City--More army special- ed training cadets were schecl- ied to leave the University of owa within a week following dis- ontinuance of classes in the pro- ram's basic phase, according to ol. Luke D. Zech, commandant E the units here. Classes have ended for these 75 basic cadets. Work was start- d in early February but due to hanges in the war department's Inns, certain units of the ASTP vill be dissolved and the trainees eassigned. The basics constitute the 2nd ;roup of service men to leave the university this month. Last Sat- irclay. 148 men of the army air orces pre-meteorology unit grad- lated after a year of work and uch training is not being con- inued. Some 096 trainees still are on he campus and definite plans for lossible transfer of some of these after April I have not yet been announced. Included among those still at hc'ir studies are 211 advanced engineering, 135 area and language, 100 pre-professional, 80 post- iradtiate engineering, 191 medicine. 92 special area work, 70 dentistry. 37 ASTP reserve, and 30 acoustics and optics. SERGEANT RAHE AMONG MISSING Bancroft Youth Lost in Action Over Italy Bancroft--T. Sgl. E r w i n M. Rahe, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rahe, radio man on a liberator bomber, is missing in action over Italy, according to a telegram received from the war department by his parents Saturday. No further information was contained in the message except that Be has been missing since Feb. 17. Erwin landed with his squadron in Italy Feb. 7, and his parents received a letter from him March 8. It had been written Feb. lli. Erwin entered the service o£ his country, Oct. 30, 1942, and was first stationed at Kearns, Utah. He attended radio school in Chicago for several months. He is a member of St. John's high school graduating class of 1930 and helped his father on the farm before entering the army. File Citizens Ticket for Thompson Voters Thompson--A complete ticket for the coming town election, known as the Citizens' ticket, contains the names oE 4 incumbents, A. W. Payne, mayor; M. E. ElliE- son, Frank Fletcher and Felix Halvorson, councilmen. Adrian Tenderholt did not file and O. D. Florence replaces him on the ticket. J. W. Halvorson is candidate for assessor and Edith Ellickson, treasurer. AUXILIARY ACTIVE Kanawhn--The local unit of the American 'Legion Auxiliary recently sent 25 pounds of carpet rags to the Schick hospital at Clinton; 123 records for fighting men; 31 pounds o£ fur for the Eur vest project; 12 books to the merchant marines, and 8 books to t.he Iowa traveling library. BECOMES SERGEANT Mitchell -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martykan received word that their son, Cpl. Joe Martykan, stationed for the past 26 months somewhere in Australia, has been promoted to sergeant. Joe has been in the armed forces 3 years. LIST QUIZ WINNERS R a n a w h a--Prize winners in the "Know Your America" quiz sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary in the local schools were as follows: In the 7th and 8th grades. Dcloris Johnson ; won 1st, and Jack Strain, 2nd. In the 5th and 6th grades, Avis JoAnn L a r s o n won 1st, and Deloris Schacfer, 2nd. First prizes were 50c in war stamps, and 2nd prizes were 25c in war stamps. ASSESSOR FILES New Hampton--Severt Robertson, republican incumbent, assessor, Wednesday filed for re-election Evom the Utica-Jacksoiivilte district. Clarence Cutstorlh. former assessor, previously filed. R. H. Lukes and Leo J. Collins arc the democratic candidates. Top Flight, regarded as the greatest [illy of all time, led the turf's money winners in 1931, taking down 7 straight races and 8219,000. IHJEPHERD'S .HMSMt CIYV'5 WALLPAPER ? G. H. Lee Dies at Home Rites to Be Saturday Clarion--Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Eylcr funeral home for G. H. Lee, 82, who died Thursday morning at his home in cast Clarion. The Rev. Elden Chitwood of the United Presbyterian church will officiate. He is survived by his wife and 2 daughters- Mr. Lee had been a resident ot Clarion and vicinity for the past 40 years. For a number oE years he owned and operated a feed store in Clarion. Backstage in Iowa Politics Iowa Legislator, Who Hos Taken Oath in Marines, Seeks Re-Election; Report Wearin Against F. R. 4th Term By PAUL K. BUMBAKGKK Iowa Daily Press Writer DCS Monies, (IDPA)--Iowa will continue to have representation from armed service personnel in the legislature if Re|. Glenn E. Robinson, Colesburg attorney, is elected., to a 2nd term in the IIOUEC. Robinson, who took the marine oath at the close of the special session, has filed nomination papers. Hep. Earl C- Fishbaugh, Jr.. Shenaiidoah. who wore the uniform of an army private, at the extraordinary session, apparently will not National Farm Loan Association Meets Clarion--Three hundred members of the Cornbclt National Farm Loan association attended the annual meeting and dinner at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday- The dinner was served by the Rebeknh lodge. Charles Troyer of Goldfield was re-elected president of the organization. Other officers elected were Emil Bock of Belmond, vice president: Jay Vendelboe, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Melvin Roy, assistant secretary-treasurer. Jelskc Cramer of Blairsburg. M. L. Thompson of Kanawha and Henry Gocuian of Betmond were elected directors. seek re-election. No nomination papers name. have been taken out in his NO PAY--Fishbaugh drew no money for his legislative services at HIES IN CALIFORNIA Clarion--Funeral services will '. be held Sunday afternoon i n ! Popcjoy for V. H. Hammitl who died in El Cerrito. Cal. The body will be at the Eyler funeral home until time for services and burial will be in Aldcn. Johnny (Double No-Hit) Vander Meer of Cincinnati led the pitchers in the Piedmont League in 1936 when he turned in 19 victories while losing G sanies for Durham. Joe Bcggs oE Cincinnati won 22 and lost 9 the same year for Norfolk. CHOIR STARTS TRIP Forest City -- The W a l d o r f a cuppcllu choir was to leave Friday for Minneapolis to give a aeries oE concerts Saturday and Sunday. Fifty-five members were to be accompanied by Prof, and Mrs. Ocivin Hagen and the f'cv. John Mason. They have also planned several concerts in this vicinily besides the a n n u a l home concert. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. HAVE PRITCHARD'S Keep You Roiling with O.K. RECAPS Ail Work Guaranteed Pritchard Motor Co. 103 SOUTH PENX. the session. Probably no one would raise the question but there is some doubt whether any-person drawing federal pay. can under a strict interpretation of the Iowa constitution, serve in the legislature. NO SLEIGH RIDE--Iowa republicans are confident Gov. B. B. Hickenlooper will defeat Sen. Guy M. Gillette's re-election effort but they had hoped for a smooth sleigh ride and now soberly realize the road may be bumpy. Comments heard in capital corridors: "Jn 1938 Gillette needed Roosevelt. In 19« Roosevelt needs Gillette." "There has never been a situation just like it." CREATES LOOPHOLE--Gillette, who opposes a 4th term for the president, leaves a somewhat vague loophole under which he could run on the same ticket with F. D. R. j "What my party does at nominating convention i* another story. I · There is one dentist for each do not have to yield my right "to support the party nominee.'' 13150 American soldiers overseas. WATCH WEARIN--An unusual aspect to the campaign is t h a l j Otha Wearin. former new dealer who r;m against Gillette in irr.UI.j now is aligned with nn anti-4th term wing of democrats and in this j situation might support Gillette this year. At any rate, his reaction j will be interesting. Wearin is reported to have been at odds with new j dealers since he received no Federal appointment as a reward Eor making the 1938 race. j BUTLER INDORSED--W. P. Butler. Slason City republican, w i l l ) be recommended by the Cerro Gordo county bar to f i l l the district bench position iE Judge Henry N. Craven's nomination to o Eedcral judgeship is confirmed. It is the governor's general practice to follow these recommendations. A curious bit of history is that Butler was nominated by the 1938 republican judicial convention to the district judgeship but withdrew in favor ol Judge Graven and Judge T. A. Beardmore, incumbent whom both party conventions subsequently nominated. BITS--Lt. Gov. Robert D. Blue will name his fellow townsman, Editor Ward Barnes of Eagle Grove, manager oE his campaign for governor. . . . He expects to open headquarters at the Kirkwood hotel late this month. . . . Secretary of State Wayne M. Ropes is going to brew a pot or two of coffee while his office stays open Friday night to accommodate last minute filers for office. . . . A wag suggested a better plan might be to save the stimulating brew for the lo.scrs in the primaries. . , . State Superintendent uf Printing Sherman Nccdliam rc- t pui'ls all but a few auditors have ordered oapcr for the printing t i f war ballots and supplies of the ready-printed 3 sets of envelopes to be used 1 in mailing, certification and return. Sander, per ctay sn.oo Up to 4 hrs. SI.50 Edgcr per job 7jc Caulking Gun. per hour . . . ,25c (S4.50 Deposit) Cnmplrlt linr of ishe^. v a n r i p a p e r . rululs .11 r a u l k i n s r o m p n u n d THANKS FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION! Members of the Cerro Gordo county salvage committees wish to sincerely thank you for j'our kindness, co-operation and loyalty during the various salvage drives which have been held in this county since we entered the war . . . Mason City Globe-Gazette Clear Lake Mirror Clear Lake Reporter Rockwell Tribune Thornton Enterprise Radio Station KGLO Truck Owners and Drivers Farmer Friends Business and Professional Firms Schools, Clubs, Groups Fathers and Mothers Sons and Daughters Yes. \ve extend our sincere thanks to everyone in Cerro Gordo county who has helped make our Salvage campaigns a success! We greatly appreciate the fine co-operation you have given us in so many d i f f e r e n t ways! SALVAGE DRIVES MUST CONTINUE The war is far from won! The 2nd front has not been established. Many fierce battles are yet to come. How much longer the war will continue, no one knows. And so WE MUST CONTINUE OUM SALVAGE DR1VKS, Our boys need guns, tanks, planes, bombs, ships, ammunition and many other articles. Let's see to it that they get plenty of everything. We can help do this by carrying on our Salvage campaigns. Let's do everything possible for our American boys! Members of The CERRO GORDO COUNTY SALVAGE COMMITTEES

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