Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 17, 1944 · Page 5
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 17, 1944
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H E R E and T H E R E Bristow--Lee Frashler returned Sunday night from Kissimmee, Fla., where he spent about 3 months. S h e f f i e l d -- Mrs. M. E. Van Sickle, Roscoe, Cal., arrived here J'or a visit with Iier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ahrens. Spillville--Gladys Loesch, R. N., ot the New Hampton St. Joseph's hospital, is home on a 2 weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. Christina Loosch. Goodell--Lt. Virgil Sellers, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sellers, has been transferred from Miami, Fla., to Columbia, S. Car. Joice--Mrs. Will Otto and son Carl, left Sunday for Chicago where they were to attend the funeral o£ Mrs.^Otto's uncle, Joe Jameson. Scarville--Lu Verne Anderson fireman 1/c, and wife ol Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting relatives here. Eagle Grove--Gordon Johnson located at Tampa, Fla.. has re turned to his post, following ; 2 weeks' furlough here, visiting his wife, and his father, Olau Johnson. Corwith--W. C. Woodbury spending a vacation from his du ties as station agent for the M. . hich Mr. Perkins purchased last ill. Meservey -- Mrs. C. J. Jaussen, ssisted by her daughter, Mrs. V. IcClintock of Mason City, and Irs. B. E. Gruis of Klemme, gave shower in honor o£ Mrs. Lewis layers. Greene--Mrs. Russell Meyers nd Mrs. Clarence Shatzer of ·reene are patients at the Cedar /alley hospital at Charles City. 3oth submitted to major surgery. Lyle, Minn.--Mrs. Oscar Miller, irimary teacher of the Lyle pubic schools, has been ill and Mrs. -·litford Blowers, wife of the ·oach o£ the high school, has been ;ubstituting for her. Meservey -- Pvt. Gene S. Janssen is home from Amarillo, Texas, army air base on a 10-day fur- ough enroute to Salt Lake City, Utah. Greene--Mary Lucille Price, daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price of Greene, left Wednesday for Rock Island, 111., where she will receive her cadet nurses training in St. Anthony's hospital. Kanawha--Mrs. Lowell Jones of Seattle, Wash., is visiting in the homes of her brothers, C. O. and Fred Gorton and their families. Waucoma--The Congregational Minn., who will spend spring vacation at home. Vacation was to start Friday. Clarion-- Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Groom celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Manly-- Mr. and Lichtensteiii and Mrs. Mrs. O. H. Mabel Brown drove to Albert Lea to visit sisters o£ Mrs. Lichtensteiii, Mrs Dibble and Mrs. Ida Molstad. Goodell -- Mrs. Paul Kramer who has been a patient in Mercy hospital at Mason City the past 4 weeks, was taken to the Mayo clinic in Rochester, Minn., and is being treated by nerve .specialists Corwith -- Mrs. Floyd Kehl and 2 children of Mt. Carroll, 111., are spending 2 weeks at the home o her father, George Livingston. Spillville-- Stanley Klimesh, ii the submarine division o£ th navy, San Francisco, will leav this weekend after spending hi St. L. Railroad, at Washington D. C., where he is a guest at th home o£ his son, Wallace, Jr. Fertile --William Hammer volt who is employed in a defens plant at Eoyal Oak, Mich., ai rived at the home of his pai ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ham mervold, Monday, for a 2 week visit. Goodell--I. W. Harder, who is in navy training, has been transferred from Gulfporl, Miss., to New Orleans, La. He was former superintendent of the local school. Goldfield--The business men's wives were entertained at a dinner at the home of Mrs. E. L. Bnrtley Monday. K a n a w h a -- Mr. and Mrs. George Roekow returned home Tuesday from Durant where, they attended funeral services for the former's brother-in-law, William Banks. Manly--Mrs. Harold Smith. Jr., left Thursday for Chicago, where she will visit a sister, Mrs. E. Gonzaloz. T h e mother. Mrs. Fred Logeman. who has been in Chicago lor the past week, is expected home Saturday. Waucoma--Mrs. Birdella Baker received word o£ the birth ot a great-niece to S. Sgt. and Mrs. Harvey Ishaman, Feb. 23, at Fairbanks, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hoy, Waucoma, are parents of a daughter, born March 8. Corwith--Mrs. Thomas Haftin and 2 children ot Des Moines, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Sorenson. Goodell--Mrs. Frank Clark, a former resident, is seriously ill at her home in B l u e Mound, Kans. · Lyle, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Randall Perkins and family are moving this week from the Mads Nelson house at Mona to the A. Larson farm west ot Lyle, Minn., church kitchen, dining room and annex are being redecorated by Robert Proctor, the paint for some being donated by the Webster Lumber Co. Osage--Frank Ahrens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Ahrens ot Osage, is among the boys attending Shattuck school at Faribault, DANCE at RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky Saturday, March 18 Music by FARRER'S Rhythm Band Admission 50c, Tax Iiicl. urlough with his parents, Mr. :id Mrs. Joe Klimesh. Latimer--Mrs. Gerald Walrod isited several days with her lother-in-law, Mrs. William Wal- od, in Belmond. Garner -- The Garner Rotary lub entertained the Hancock ounty selective service boarcU at he regular luncheon held the past vcek. Chairman Daniels ot the North wood--The national birth- ay o£ the Girl Scouts of America vas observed by members of the Vorthwood troop Monday eve- ng. Clarion--Mrs. Spencer Lonning of Sioux City is visiting at the lome of Mrs. Lena Doherty. Goldfield--Howard Smith of the lavy is spending a 30-day furlough at the home o£ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Smith at Hardy. Corwith--Mrs. George Campbell is a patient at Mercy hospital in Mason City, where she submitted to a major operation Wednesday morning. Goodell--Mrs. A. G. McMullen, local chairman of the Red Cross sewing, reports 65 kits and 65 housewives have been completed and sent to the Garner chapter. Fenton--Richard Behrens was a tonsilectomy patient at the Mueller hospital Tuesday. Fertile--Mr. and Mrs. Houston Ouverson and son, Tommy, and Mrs. Ouverson's brother, Milton Lund, o£ San Diego, Cal., who is in the navy and is here on leave Special Saturday LUNCHEON ROAST TURKEY DressinE - Cranberry Sauce motored to Spring Valley, Minn., where they visited a sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Boonerud. .Goodell--Leona Jamison, who las been employed in Mill Valley, Cal., arrived Wednesday for an indefinite visit at the parental William Jamison home, board gave a talk. Northwood--Mrs. H. If. Douglas went to Marsh Field, Wis., Wednesday to spend 2 weeks with her son, Robert, and family. Robert is a member ot the high school faculty of that place. Manly--Mrs. Paul Laubengaycr, wife of the Rev. Paul Laubengayer, returned to her home here after spending 2 weeks with hei 3arents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Ray, n St. Louis. Mrs. Laubcngayer ivent to St. Louis after hearing ihat her brolhcr, Raymond Hay. liad. been reported missing in action. Kauawlm--Airs. Krling i\Vil- liuinson is visiting in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alfred Johnson and family. Mrs. Williamson is the former Miss Harriett Phillips and is making her home with her father in Albert Lea, w h i l e her husband is in overseas service, being stationed in Italy. Fenton--Lee Haase, 4 year old son of Mrs. Clifford Haase of Algona, underwent an appendicitis operation recently at the Kossuth Friday, March 17, 1944 5 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE hospital in Algonii. Lee's father, Pvt. C l i f f o r d Huusu, is in the services overseas. The Haasecs formerly lived in Fenton. l.utimer--A number of r e l a - tives and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Imcrmau Sunday afternoon to celebrate her 80th birthday anniversary which was Wednesday. Lt. Col. C. V. (Sonny) Whitney saw his racing colors earn $1,- ·153,868 in -1 years beginning in 1930. Yet he never won the Kentucky Derby. Try Our Evening OC° Dinners O« up · Barbecued Ribs. Steak. Chicken. Sea Pi»ods DANCING EVEKT EVENING The Covered Wagon "Fireproof" "Where Food Is Kill" W« Caler to Parties J END FRIDAY. -- "ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID," ANDREWS SISTERS -- "FALCON AND THE CO-ED" START SATURDAY PALACE 4 BIG DAYS DANCING EVERY NIGHT Come -- Try Our Delicious Food Steaks - Fried Chicken Home Barbecued Kibs Fried Fish END FRIDAY "COME LIVE WITH ME" "WAGOX TRACKS WEST" STARTS SAT. Plus Tax ·*· CUILPEEN 1UC AS American AS AN ICE CREAM SODAI LATE WORLD NEWS LATE SHOW SAT. NITE WHEN WAR is OVER WILL YOU Mat. 30c Eve. fir Sun. 40c l l . c l . Tax All Child. lOc 7^ m ,\\, JUST was SIXTEEH ·V B IbWK wtl«i IDA LUPINO DENNIS MORGAN JOAN LESLIE GOOD PASTRIES AT THE SODA GRILL DANCE at the Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Saturday, March 18 IHusic by HAZEL AND HER BAND Vdmission 50c Tax JACK CARSON GLADYS GEORGE . , RIDER Raymond HATTONS CECIL Mason - City's - Best - Theat H NOW - PLAYING Late - Show -Sat. - N i g h t - a t - 10 P. M. 100 CHEERED "SERGEANT YORK"! YOG TH81UED TO "AIR FORCE"! ·V*.'. '--* \ F.xlra: Sal- - Suit. - MOIL--Chapt. II "\Viuslo\v of the Const Guard'' DANCE and STAY YOUNG AT THE HAZEL'S OLD TIME BAND Tonitc (Fri.) Jimmy Barnett Sat. jSam Campbell Sun. TUBS. THE BAND IN DEMAND RAY PEARL'S ORCHESTRA .-.«r. the m a n who diioclcd them bath brings you thTM screen's greatest drama of the sea ;-.. its men--and the women wto love t h e m ! X RANDOLPH^ SCOTT n-Utl ~ JAKES B10WK NOAH BEHT.Jr. BABBT FITZCEIALD AHDT 1EV1KE F9ZZT IK IS IT OATIB IBOCE TIOXAS COMEI tlCBABD IANE onrf tlLA BAWES STARTS - SUNDAY -- brol we i ' of i to "TINY" BERKEY DELORES WALTER BLOOM and the Three Jewels · .lust As You've Heard Them Over t'HS B| LATE BUS AFTER DANCE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY I j GOOOARO EDWARD ARNOLD .ROUND YOUNG HILLARY IROOKE · PORTER HALL nftb ManhaHDNT-JUexnderiniOX, Henry TRAVELS-Erik ROLF Directed by Andr* t» Telh Produced by SAMUEL USCHOFF { A COLUMBIA PICTURE WIT-H filS SOCK-TO-T4H - GO-\X/AAGKY CO-HIT ! ! (ft- WITH .ANN MILLER JOE BESSER THE VAGABONDS HUO, JACK?!!? DAME HAL MclNTYRE ^ Tsafus? 4, A C O I U M » ! A

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