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SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Convict Daubendiek of Failure to Transmit 'Phone Messages JURORS STUDY CASE 10 HOURS Marks End of "No Gas, No Service" Trial JEFFERSON, (IP) -- Carl H. Daubendiek, manager of the Jefferson Telephone company, was convicted by a. district court jury Saturday on a charge ol fulling to transmit telephone m e s s a g e s speedily--in the "no gas, no telephone service" case. * Â¥ * Judfre Bruce M. Snell said he would sentence Daubendiek on Feb. 4. The maximum penalty , is one year in jail or $500 line or both. * * W ' Defense Attorney Guy C. Richardson indicated he would seek a new trial. Th'e state accused Daubendiek of intentionally manipulating . telephone equipment so that calls could not be completed through the switchboard for two hours the night of Dec. 15, because the rationing board refused to grant him all the gasoline he sought lor the automobile he used in business. Daubendiek testified the interruption resulted from technica trouble in the equipment and denied he did anything to cause the delay. * * * The ration board declined (o grant him auxiliary gasoline pending his compliance with technical requirements. He Has since filled out all the necessary forms and now holds a "C" card. * * * The jury returned the verdict a 1:15 a. m. after deliberation o more than 10 hours. FIND BODY OF ALGONA FLYER . Crashes in 'Frisco Bay Accident Dec. 30 Â· HAMILTON FIELD, Cal., (#)-The body of 2nd Lt. Howard W. Medin, 25, Algona, Iowa, was recovered Friday from San Francisco bay. Medin was piloting a fighter plane which crashed and burned in the lower bay Dec. 30. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Medin, live at Algona, Tenant-Purchase Farm Groups Hold Annual Meeting in Kanawha KANAWHA--The annual meet- Ing of the Hancock and Wright c o u n t y -tenant-purchase f a r m groups was held at the Methodist church parlors Thursday with n pot luck dinner at noon. The total attendance was about 40. F. Byrcn B. Cory, rural rehabilitation supervisor, of Clarion was in charge of the meeting and the topic under discussion was farm accounts and their analysis. Officers of the two groups for 1943 are: For Hancock county, president, LuVeme Thompson, Â·Corwith; vice president, Ray Bonnstetter, Corwith; secretary-treas urer, Mrs. Harold Geddes, Game:, For Wright county, president, Willis L. Kurtz, Kanawha; vice president, Delwar Lonning, Kanawha; secretary-treasurer, Mrs Harry Bonnett, Clarion; reporter Mrs. Ddmar Lonning, Kanawha. Howard County Girls Suffer From Exposure CRESCO--Sub zero weather ant a stalled car were responsible fo the suffering of two Howard county girls from frostbite whih on their way to. Saratoga, 14 mile: -west oE Cresco. Miss Ada Beaston and Mist Grace Lukes were obliged to walk a mile and a half to shelter when Ihe car in which they were riding refused to go farther. Miss Beaston is in Mercy hospital, Cresco, suffering from exposure. ' Miss Grace Lukes is confined to her bed in a more serious condition as a result of exposure when th car stalled. A third companion Â·who was riding with them was more fortunate and returned to her duties in the Cresco cafe soon after. BIBLE CLASS ENTERTAINED STILSON--The members of the Stilson Bible class were entertained at the farm home of Mrs Chester Williams on Wednesday afternoon. The local president Mrs. Edward Mehl. was in charge of the program, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Buy War Savings Bonds an, Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota D E C O R A H--Miss Lorraine Knutsen, who lias been employed in the local Montgomery store, left this week lor Marshall, Minn., whrere she will have a position as time payment girl with the same company. Her-sister, Mrs. Raymond Sersland, accompanied her ,o Marshall i'or a few days visit. NORA SPRINGS--Bob Buckmann arrived home Tuesday morning from Richmond, Cal., where lie had been employed for the past six weeks In the shipyards. Chris Paulson, who Accompanied the group of local men who went to the California shipwards, has also returned home. DECORAH--Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Engbretson celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary Tuesday by entertaining 10 guests at dinner in the Green Parrot tea room. NORA SPRINGS--J. W. Wilson left Friday noon for Roanoke, Va., and. other points in the east and south, to spend several weeks visiting with relatives. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Frank Reindle, who has spent several weeks here with her 'mother, Mrs. Mildred Bumgardner, went to Manly Tuesday for a visit with her parents-in-law and will leave Thursday for her home in Lon Beach, Cal. ALEXANDER--Mrs. Ten a Ammerman entered the Hampton hospital Wednesday for medical treatment. ACKLEY--Mrs. Ed Ammann of Ackley was taken Wednesday to St. Francis hospital at Waterloo lor treatment. GARNER -- Wednesday Entre Nous club met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Barries Wednesday afternoon GARNER--Bid and Bye Bridge club met here Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leo Brown. KANAWHA--Mrs. Jack Cosgriff has returned to her home after visiting for three weeks in the home of her sister, Mrs. E. W. Shaw and family at Akron, Ohio. GARNER--The freshman class of the Garner high school entertained the sophomore class at a party at the high school gymnas- 'um here Wednesday evening. TIXONKA--Joe Boekelman has arrived from a camp on the west coast to spend a 14 day furlough v/ith relatives here. TITONKA--The second largest acreage for hemp' signup in the county has been made by Clifford Ringsdorf here. He has'agreed to plant 30 acres and is the only Buf- "alo township signer. K A N A W H A _ Miss Nelda Chomas of Clear Lake was a re- cbnt visitor in the home of her sister, Mrs. Howard Kudej and amily. ' KANAWHA--The faculty of the ianawha high school entertained me of their members. Miss Rose-nary Fleming, at a birthday dinner Tuesday afternoon alter chool. The table was set in Miss Fleming's room and the dinner was prepared by the home economics girls. Miss Fleming was presented a gift. CALMAR -- Mayor and Mrs. Cenneth Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Trancis Meyer drove to DCS VIoines Thursday when both gen- lemen took their physical examinations for army service. NEW HAMPTON--G. R. Barnes, manager of the J. C. Penney company store until a year aso, has accepted a position with the Gamble-Skogmo company and will be located at Galesburg, 111. FENTON--Mrs. J. A. Schwartz left Thursday evening for Des Moines to be present when her daughter, Betty Jean, receives her nurse's cap. Betty has finished the term of probation at the Iowa Lutheran hospital, having been in training there since Sept. 7. RAKE--Mrs. Carrie Rake returned home Tuesday after spending two weeks at the home of hei son, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rake and family in Minneapolis. She visited at the Ingvold Erdah home in Blue Earth enroute home . CLARION--Recent guests at the E. E. Taber home were A. C. Bryant and son, Bobby of Chadron Nobr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and Mrs. J. J. Tilton and daughter. Ann Ladd of Maquoketa. CLARION--Miss' Regina Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hansen. left last week for Rochester, Minn., where she wil be employed in the diet kitchen of the Kahler hospital. GOLDFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs Raymond Richarci, Mr. and Mrs Curtis DeWitt and Mrs. Gertrude Whyte drove to Fort Dodge on Tuesday and Mrs. Whyte left from there for Storm Lake where she is visiting at the Fred Farmei home. GARNER--Pvt. Harold Church from Camp Claibornc. La., has been visiting with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhodes here. GOLDFIELD--Wayne Rasmussen, a sophomor student at Tarkio colege, Tarkio, Mo., returned home Tuesday and will not return to school for the second semester o] the school yea: W. R. Cothern, M. D. SPECIALIST I TREAT AH, RECTAL DISEASES. Free examination. I can tell you what can be done and what it will cost. Take care of yourself before it is forever too late. Special attention to prostatic diseases and sexual weakness in men. It may save you an operation later. Private diseases of men and women scuccssfully treated. OFFICE: III/, EAST STATE ST.--OVER YELLAND HANES GARNER--The Gifford Olson jost of the American Legion will lold its regular monthly meeting at the legion hall here Tuesday evening, Feb. 2. Commander J. R. Keith will preside. GARNER--The Kebekah Ipdgc leld initiation Thursday evening at which time three new members were taken into the order. They were Mrs. John Tice, Mrs. Burdette Beers and Miss Marva Brade. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taft will take over the duties at the local telephone exchange Feb. 1. They come from Swea City where they have operated the exchange for several years, and replace Dayle Craven who has gone into defense work on the west coast. KANAWHA--Mrs. William Dahl lias gone to San Antonio, Tex., to remain with her husband who is in the army ir corps. KANAWHA--Theodore Freerksen recently sold his 160 acre farm located one mile south and one mile east of Kanawha to Fred Allison of Bclmond.-Mr. and Mrs. Freerksen are planning on moving to Kanawha after their closing out sale at' the farm on Feb. 17. THORNTON--Roger Caffrey and Maynard Holmgaard arrived home from Great Lakes naval training station Thursday morning for a nine day furlough. THORNTON -- Hattie Hansen submitted to a major operation in a Mason City hospital Wednesday morning. ROCKWELI^-Mrs. Fred Eiler was hostess to the Congregational ladies circle at her home Wednesday. Assisting her were Mrs. Carrier White. Mrs. Owen Mullen and Mrs. Ron Sherwood. DECORAH -- Miss Josephine Daly, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly, who recently joined the WAVES, left this week for Georgia after spending several days with her parents. WEST UNION -- Leo Smith. teacher at West. Union high school since Feb. 9, 1342, received his call Thursday to report at Fort Des Moines for induction into the army air corps at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, Jan. 30, 1043. K O C K W E t L -- Mrs. Charles Tish, the former Marjorie Baker, has returned to her duties as Engish instructor in the school here. She was married Jan. 17 at Cedar Tails to Lieutenant Fish, now stn- :ioned at San Antonio, Tex.^.wilh .he medical administrative corps. VIrs. George Pierson acted as supply teacher during her absence. HUTCHINS -- Eugene Steenhard, son of 'lUr. and Mrs. C. E. teenhard, submitted to an appendectomy at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton Wednesday morning. HUTCHINS--Vcrner Wirtz of West Bend is-spending two weeks lere helping his brother-in-law, Paul Montag, with farm tasks. He arrived Tuesdav. ~. BELMOND--Mrs. Rex Hawley eft this week to make her home in Omaha where Mr. Hawley has employment. DUMOST--Cpl. Jacob Duit -of Camp Indian Town, Pa., is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Duit and other relatives on a 12 day furlough. I ALGONA--County Atty. HeJ- muth Miller and Sheriff Cogley drove to DES Moines on Thursday on county business. ALGON'A--Fred Zeigler has gone to Excelsior Springs, Mo., for his health. CORWITH--Charles Claude has received his final orders and was to report Sunday at Des Moines for duty. He expects to go to Omaha, Nebr., to he inducted into the arms' air corps. ALGONA--Mrs. A. E. Miciiei has received word "that her snn Lt. Morris Michel and his svife. the former Helen Austin of (lie Algona high school faculty, are being transferred from North Carolina to Camp Hahn. Cal. Lieutenan Michel is with the anti-aircraft di- CRESCO--District Supt. Rev. H D. Temple of OeHvein was to be guest preacher at the morninf service of the Cresco Methodisl church Sunday. ALGONA--J. C. Mawdsley has returned to his home after two weeks in the Kossuth hospital, following an appendectomy. ' ALGONA--James Murtagh o Camp Callan, Tex., has been promoted to first lieutenant in the coast guard artillery. CRESCO--Pat Taylor, 4 ycai old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alber* Taylor northwest of Cresco, is in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital here recovering from a broken left leg which occurred at the Taylor fai-m home a few days ago when the boy fell from a ladder. ALGONA--Lt. Lawrence Misbach is home on leave. He was recently graduated and commissioned from army officers' training. Within the week he will leave for Santa Ana, Cal. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lang, Des Moines, visited Wednesday and Thursday at the home o! their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber. CRESCO--The Rev. J. Priestly of Riceville, who has been supplying the pulpit of the Cresco Congregational church for the last several weeks, was to preach his final sermon Sunday, after which the Rev. E. Forest Beyers of Cedar Rapids will assume his duties as regular pastor here. P.IDGEWAY--Arthur Martinck, ten of Mr. and Mis. Louis Martinck of Ridgeway, left Tor Chicago on business and also to visit will relatives. He expects to return in a few days. GETS CITATION FOR BRAVERY Honored for Work in Guadalcanal Battle, CLARKSVILLE -- George Mc- Neilus, son of H. C. McNeilus of ^larksville, is a member oÂ£ the :econd,raider battalion which has :eceived a special citation for bravery and for work accomplished on Guadalcanal. George is now resting up at a marine base in the Pacific area, according to a letter received by his ather, which contained a copy of he citation. The second raider jattalion went into active duty on ^'ov. fl and for a period of 30 days was in combat against enemy forces of equal or greater size, and m which 400 Japs were killed against 15 of our%\arines. ' It was for their skill in opera:ion. for-the training, stamina arid fortitude of all members of the battalion and for the high morale of the men that they were'cited by A. A. Vandergrift. major general of the United States marine corps. Aukes Renamed Head of CommnuityOil Company at Buffalo Center BUFFALO CENTER -- ft. B. Aukes was re-elected president of the Community oil company at its annual business meeting. Other officers are Joe Larson, vice president; Harm Hartman, secretary; G. B. Heitland. treasurer, and A. O. Milbrandt, Henry Hofbauer, Nels Swanson, John Feldick and Oscar Frandle, directors. Harm Feldick is manager oÂ£ the company. A report of the past year's business showed an increase of '$5,- 743.GO over-1941. Supt. J. E. Smith was the principal speaker and his topic was "Neighborhood Co-Operation." 3,232 Acres Signe^ in Kossuth Hemp Program ALGONA--Wednesday evening the local war board reported 3,232 acres signed up for the hemp program. Mr. Garret Welhousen of the local u-ar board assures Kossuth county that within a few days the necessary 4,000 acres will be secured which will bring to Algona a plant and equipment costing 5335,000. Four sites for the plant have been approved. The plant buildings will occupy a 10 acre area and 40 acres are -equired for storage space. One lundred persons will be employed vith 20 per cent of them women. VIcKim Farm Home Is Destroyed by Fire GOLDFIELDJThc W. C. McKim home located two miles northeast of Hardy was completely de- stroyedÂ»by fire Wednesday eve ning. The fire -\vas discovered by Morris Williams who was driving to Renwick. He notified the Hardy fire department at once but upon its arrival the house was a mass of flames. All contents of the house were destroyed. The McKim family was away from home for the evening. COLORS GO UP AT LUTHER -- Student reserves are, shown above raising the colors at Luther college. From left to right, they are Avlo Woolery, student supervisor of-V groups, Harold Heltne and Howard Hervig, all of Lake Mills. + Births GARNER--Mi and Mrs, Lester Reab living east of Garner are the parents of a boy born to. them' at their home. They are the parents of tsvo other boys and orie girl. . SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hansen are parents of an U pound, 9 ounce boy born Jan. 27 at the Benson nursing home. SWALEDALE -- A 7 1 ,:; pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rice at the Benson nursing home Jan. 28. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith are the parents of a boy bom on Thursday. The Smiths now have four daughters and two sons. CRESCO--Following is a list of births reported at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Cvesco recently: To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goetle- man of Cresco, a son, Jan. 22. To Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boerschel, northwest of Cresco, a son Jan. 24. To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burmeister, northeast of Cresco, a son, Jan. 21. KANAWHA -- Announcements have been received of the birth of twin girls on Jan. 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Ingvald Rod of Des Moines, formerly oE Kanawha. .BELMOND -- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Morris are the parents of a daughter born Jan. 23. BUFFALO CENTER--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eppie Johnson at the Dalmage hospital Thursday night. FLAG DISPLAY TO BE SHOWN Annual Americanism Program to Be Monday BUFFALO CENTER--Plans are nearing completion for the annual Americanism program which will Â·e held Monday evening at the city hall in connection with the regular meeting of the local American Legion Auxiliary unit. Mrs L. P. Miller, Americanism chairman, will preside. A program of musical numbers and readings has been prepared .vith Mrs. J. R. Randall of Forest "iiy as Ihe speaker. Mrs. Joe Graham, county Auxiliary president will be present. A unique flag display wilt bo shown. This display was made through the courtesy of the Chris- :hil!e store at Aigona. A large col- ection oÂ£ magazine covers which lad been competing in a contesl are included. These have been mounted on 10 panels of wall joard measuring 16 feet high and 2 feet wide. Birdsall Named Head of Bank in Clarion CLARION--C. J. Birdsall' was re-elected president of the First National bank of Clarion for the year 1943 at the meeting of the stockholders. Other officers reelected were I. E. Nagel, vice president, and R. L. Davison. cashier. Mrs. Bernard Bunn was elected assistant cashier. Directors of the bank are C. J. Birdsall, W. K. Roosevelt, C. H. Crowe, and Dr. E. D. Tompkins. MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS MANLY--Mrs. George Duncain was hostess to the English Lutheran missionary society Friday afternoon. Mrs. Irwin Wren was lesson leader. Britt Creamery Has Income Gain in 1942 BRITT--The Britt Creamery association held its annual meeting recently. Directors re-elected, were Jens Jensen. W. J. Rasmusson, Walter Kahl, William Jakoubek, and E. J. Andregg. Lars Johnson was re-elected treasurer. J e n s Jensen was named president, and Norman Nelson, secretary. The creamery made 33,746 less _ pounds of butter than in 1941 but showed a net gain of 530,782.60. Butter shipped brought $11,327:50 more than the 1941 shipment. Butter sold to patrons brought $2,407.17 more than in 1911, and butter sold locally brought $5,116.93 more than in 1941. Total income gain for 1942 was $30,782.60. Patrons were paid $252,292.49 during the year. Owens Commissioned Second Lieutenant CRESCO--Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Owens of Cresco have received word that their son, Robert, was graduated from the officers training school at Camp Berkeley, Texas, Jan. 27. and was commissioned second lieutenant. Being in the medical corps of the United States army, his work will be in the hospital administration department, assigned to Camp Atterbury, Ind. After a few days' visit here with his parents, he expects to go to Durand, Wis., where on Tuesday, Feb. 2. he will be man-led to Miss Joan Engeldinger of that place. His parents plan to attend the wedding, accompanying their son from Cresco. Three Sets Twins in Second, Third (grades GOLDFIELD--Miss Frances Ka ele, teacher of the second am third grades of the Goldfield pub lie school has three sets of twin: enrolled in those two grades a the present time. The twins include Jean and Joice Kallem. daughters of Mr and Mrs. Ed Kallem. who enrolled this week, Don and Dee Sorenson son and adughtcr of Mr. and Mrs Hans Sorenson all of wh'om ar in the third grade, and Gerald ant Joanne Kr.iuse, who are seconc grade pupils. SHE'S A QUEEN -- "Thrilled?" exclaimed Mrs. Paul Farber. Lake City, a war bride, when informed pages had chosen her queen of the Iowa house of representatives, "wouldn't any Kirl be?" Five fool two and with eyes of bine, she is clerk In Representative Mclvin Wilson. Lake City. Her husband is an army air corps pursuit pilot overseas. (Iowa Daily Press photo) Carman New Head of Businessmen's Club BUFFALO CENTER--George A. Carman was elected president oÂ£ the Businessmen's club at its regular meeting this week. C. B. Olson was elected vice president and Albert Fleming was re-elected secretary and treasurer. The new officers will take over their duties at the first meeting in March. The club members voted to en tertain the ladies at the nest meeting which will be Monday Feb. 8, RECEIVES PROMOTION C R E S C O--According to announcement from Pendlelon Field, Ore.. Car! B. Cassidy, formerly editor of The Herald at Lime Springs, has been promoted to corporal. He is employed in the public relations office where he is assigned to an army air force headquarters squadron. ,J1 V Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations G A R N E R--The Garner Wo- ian's club will hold its regular monthly meeting at the C. D. of A. all here Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harry Reilm will talk to the club n "Japan's Industrial Strength." GAHNER -- Meetemall Bridge lub will be entertaijied' Tuesday fternoon at the home of Mrs. C. H. Schisscl. BELMOND--The Congregotion- 1 guild will meet with Mrs. Beck m Monday, Feb. 1. Mrs. Bob Smith co-hostess. BELMOND--Progress club will neet with Mrs. Ella Liuck on Tuesday, Feb. 2. ALGONA--Mrs. Zada Naudain, vorthy matron of the Order of the Castern Star, has issued invita- ions for an officers' luncheon for Tuesday at the Algona hotel. Quests of honor will be Mrs. Pearl May Fluegel of Charles City, wor- hy grand matron of the O. E. S. the state; Mrs. Alice Freeman of Clear Lake, instructor for Dis- rict No. 3 and Mi's. Fanny Hammill of Britt, a past grand worthy matron of the state. Britt Darius Lodge Officers Installed BRITT--Officers installed fo: the coming year in the Dariu. lodge, 431 A. F. A. M. were wor shipful master, F. D. Reibsamen senior warden, George Kolthoff junior warden, Guy McGinnis treasurer, Alfred Wallen; secre tary, Delmar Anderson; senio deacon, B. R. Boldt; junior dea con. C. F. Ashman; chaplain, Dr F. E. Heacox; senior steward. Elli Dudgeon; junior steward. C. H Black; marshal, Penn Eckies, am tyler, Lars Johnson. 18 Counties to Be Represented at War Bond Meeting Tuesday HAMPTON--County war bond chairmen from IB Iowa counties will hold a district meeting here Tuesday to make plans for the 1943 war bond pledge campaign. " In charge of the meeting will be V. L. Clark, state war bond administrator, of Des Moines, and Hogers F. Warin, deputy administrator, assisted by Regional Administrators D. D. Inglis of Hampton and Russel H. Smith of Eagle "rove. Counties represented will be Kossuth. Winnebago, Worth, Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Humboldt Wright, Franklin, Butler, Bremer, rlamilton, 'Hardin, Gruridy, Black Hawk, Boone and Story. FORMER RESIDENT DIES MANLY--The Rev. David McLeod, 85, passed away Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles, Cal., following an illness caused by =i stroke. He was the last member of a large pioneer family of this community. He was'an uncle of Mrs. Ambrose Chesebro and Mrs. Emma Mitchell. Bay War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. AIR SCOUTING AWARDS GIVEN Talk Made by Lane of Civil Air Patrol CLARION--A talk by'Lt. Frank Lane of the Clarion civil air patrol and instructor at the Clarion airport, which stressed the importance of the newest branch ol scouting, air scouting, featured the program of the Wright district court of honor held Wednesday night in the court room in Clarion. Mr. Lane in his talk emphasized the universal usage of aviation scheduled for the future following the war, and indicated that we would soon accept air travel for trips 6Â£ 100 miles or better just as the present generation ha*; come to accept automobile transportation for any distance further than a block or so. He also volunteered assistance fo all scouts in connection with their air scout activities and invited them to visit arid witness C. A. P. activities whenever possible. * * * Ted Jorgenson, advancement chairman for the Wright district, -Â· was in charge of the evening's ac- f tivities, and following Mr. Lane's talk he introduced E. L. Shupe, who took charge of the presentation of awards. * * * Second class awards w e r e given to Jack Cavanaugh, Clarion; Earl Beisel, Goldfield: Carl Pesch, Rowan, and Worthie U s h e r , Rowan. First class awards were presented to James Stevenson, Goldfield and Kent Whyte, Goldfield. Those receiving merif badges were Dean Potgeter, Eagle Grove, and Kent Whyte, Goldfield. A 100 per cent boys' life pennant was presented to troop 66 ol Dows. A life badge was given tc Dean Potgeter, Eagle Grove. Tenderfoot air scout candidateÂ»awards went to Tom Groom, Rowan; Doug Mosley, Goldfield; Jim Stevenson, Goldfield; Carl Pesch, Rowan, Worthe, Usler Rowan, and Jack Shroeder, Dows. The life award was presented to Dean Potgeter of Eagle Grove through a proxy at this meeting,' as Dean is now in school at Ames and thus was unable to appear in person to receive his award. This is only done in unusual circumstances, it was pointed out. The Tenderfoot air scout candidate awards are the first ones to be made-under the requirements of -the new air scouting program of scouting, in Wright district of the Winnebago council. The next board of review was announced for Thursday, Feb. 4. 1943 FEBRUARY 1943 5UNMONTUEWEDTHU FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Honor The Boys Serving Their Country Display a Service Flag YOURS FREE! Trie reef-bordered service flag with the blue star in trie center, pictured above is being offered by the Mason City Globe-Gazette to parents and relatives who have someone in the service One flag will be given for each son in the armed services. The service flag conveys this message: "From this house a man hot gone to do hÂ« duty tor his country." The service flag sheet is prepared for display in windows, and the top is glued so it can be conveniently attached to the glass. All you need do Is to stop in at the Globe-Gazette newsroom. The flag will be given to you free of charge. Out-of-town requests will be recognized il accompanied by return postage.