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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Collection Saturday-Grease Needed for War CUBS AND GIRL* SCOUTS TO HAVE PART IN DRIVE Pbooe 2S» or 259 CLDBE-CAZETTE Importance of Salvage to War Effort Pointed Out Here Preparations ai-e being made to make the salvage grease collection in Mason City Saturday the largest ever held in the community. The collection will be one of a series held the first Saturday of each month, with Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts making the door to door calls. January collections fell short of the goal set for the community on tne basis of preliminary returns. An all out effort to bring the total up to quota or better is being made by Mrs. H. D.- Makeever county chairman of the women's salvage division, and her organization. * * * * The grease collection in Mason City will be handled by Cub Packs in the following school areas: Harding, Leon Greene, in charge- Wilson, Glen Gilbert; Monroe Lyell Moore, and Lincoln, Eric Denner. The remainder of the school areas will be handled by the Girl Scouts, in charge of Mrs. Carl Fick. "If the grease. isn't collected from your household please call the person in charge of your area " said Mrs. Makeever. ' * * * The fact that January's Quota wasn't reached doesn't mean that the salvage organiation hasn't been functioning. It means rafhcr that all housewives haven't come to the realization of the importance of grease in the war effort. Mrs Makeever, to show 'th type of work being done by he organization,' called attention t the message sent out by Mrs. Has Hemming, Thornton, in charge o Crimes township, which said in "Salvage saving should become a habit in every hotr.e. Automatically save all waste fat, tin cans worn out rubber appliances and silk and nylon stockings. "Urge .the people o£ your dis tnct not to waste precious fats anc greases in home, soan making oap of all kinds is plentiful on the markets today and inexpensive. Let s not permit the loss of a single ounce of waste facts or th glycerine it contains. Mrs. Elmer Christensen in charge of the work in Thornton is working hand in hand with Mrs Iteming , in that section of the county. , -·: Mrs. Lawrence Bless, Ventura deems the salvage so important that she has made part of the collection wagon. person Excellent with work smal also ,, --...--,i iv ,i.n, V.-U4.JV iS cllSl being done by Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Clear Lake, as ' well by many others in the organization, ihe silk and nylon hosiery collection has gone over with a tremendous impetus. The January 2nnl a was 1 ' 00t) P° U! «Js; a total of 5,000 pounds was collected. FORMER RESIDENT DIES SPILLVILLE _ Word reached relatives here of the death of a former resident of Spillville, Mrs Charles Kapinos. She is survived oy Tier husband, two sons Fred and August, four d a u g h t e r s Mary, Genevieve, Anna and Regina. For .Quick Cough Relief, MixThis at Home Saves Yon Big Dollars, arid It's So Easily Mixed. Here's an old hcrae mixture your mother probably used, but. for real re. *»«?· K "f s«» one or the most effective and dependable, for coughs due to colds. Once tried, you'll sv.-ear by it : It's no trouble. Make a syrup by «tirruie 2 cups granulated sugar and 3 cup -water a few moments until jis- solvedl No cooking needed--it's so easy! Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, instead of EUear syrup . Now put 2}i ounc^j of Pinex into a pint bottle, and add your syrup. This makea a. fuU pint ot truly EpleadM hold prompt Pinei is a special compound of nra- ven ingredients, in concentrated toTM Savings Bards and Nazis Raze Marseilles Harbor Area By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The German radio announced Tuesday that the razing of the old harbor district of Marseille in southern France from which the inhabitants had been moved was started Monday. The Berlin broadcast, recorded by the Associated Press, declared that "buildings of historical, architectural a n d aircheologieal value will be preserved." · Buildings spared were said include the 17th century tovvnhall, the municipal administration building St. Lawrence's church, the old customs building and a number of patrician houses. The broadcast denied reports from Marseille by way of Switzerland "that violent collisions had taken place in the evacuation of this district and that numerous people had been killed." It de- :!ared that "not a single shot had been fired and evacuation was carried through without incident" The broadcast failed to mention' however, reports that the harbor district was being cleared to make .yay for construction of fortifications to help protect "Europe's soft under belly" against any allied offensive.' AND KGIO OFFICE 207 West Main St. CARLE, RICHEY IS GRADUATED Completes Course at Gulfport Field, Miss. CLEAR LAKE--The graduation of Pvt. Carl E. Richey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Richey/ from the Army Air Forces Technical Train- mg Command school for airplane mechanics, at Gulfport Field, Miss., was announced Tuesday. Private Hiehey is now ready to take his place on the farflung service lines of this global war, wherever the biggest American planes are based, at home 'or abroad, officials of the school stat~i. Training received has fitted Private Richey for an important task in the war and afco for an import- Last Minute Enrollment Is Possible CLEAR LAKE--Opportunity for last mmute enrollment in the Red Cross home nursing class which Was open at City hall Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock was an- Milk Won't Deliver Pints of Miikb Homes WASHINGTON, "·"(JF) -- mllil comes an, quarts, starting Monday, and the dealers are required to collect a deposit on the bottles. No more pints or half pints for home ni- retail store delivery^ under an rder by Secretary o£ Agriculture Vickard. The idea is to save bot- - . manpower and d e l i v e r y ipment so that distributors an pay dairy farmers more .'here necessary, without increas- ng the consumer pricel ant job in peacetime aviation In private life he was a commercial boat pilot for Witke's boatline Clear Lake. . · ' Gulfport Field is producing an endless stream of airplane mechanics to service the big bombers and cargo and transport planes of the army. Students attend classes in sliifts around the clock, it is stated, every hour of time and every foot of space being given the most thorough utilization. Clear Lake Briefs Pvt. Reuben E. Grell returned to his post at -Camp Kearns, Utah baturday after spending a 10 day furlough, with his wife and other relatives. He is working in the classification office of the armv air. force. Mrs. Grell accompanied her husband' to Utah. Art Butts, well drilling, elec. pump sales, service. Phone 224, The regular monthly Rebekah staff practice will be held at I O nounced by the class committee. home Mmes. »" nursing Gerald a11 evening at THIEF BETUBJfS $21 . GRANITE CITY, 111., (U.PJ--At east one burglar has developed a ,, -- ---- -- onscience. The home rewer was entered of r- nn , -..*.*jfc*«j c v e m l l K at :30 o clock, Mrs. C. A. Luick, staff captain, announced Tuesday. - The office personnel and board members of rationing board 17-2 will attend a district meeting on toed rationing at Fort Dodge Feb 9. State rationing board officers will be .in charge. Corrinne Ashland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ashland, who is ill with mumps, is improving -.---...-u Ac^.iiiii.y *UJL 11 taken from a dresser drawer week later. Brewer received a etter containing $21 and no e-c- lanation. The money return'" d ·as not in the same denomina- ons as that taken. , , » . J. E. . c - w - Kstts, Sr., e!ec. pumps, and I acks a «d pump repair. Phone 107 iw:~~. wii _ *_^ w ^. . _ . ·*»" - - -- »·»*» wt,*,, it**iics. kjrciiiiu. Brooks, C. A. Knutson and Albert Christensou , Tuesday morning Those not previously enrolled could'do so while attending the first class session, it was stated The class, taught by Mrs. Ernest Melton, R. N., with Mrs. Philip Furleigh, R. N., assisting, consists of 10 lessons of two hours each. Any person interested may en- rol! without cost excepting to obtain a book cither by purchase of loan. The home nursing course is a prerequisite for the nurses' aide course now being offered in many localities.- Nurses' aides assist in caring for the sick in hospitals all over the country, making up in part for the lack of registered nurses .who are in great demand m army, navy and camp hospitals. BOARD LISTS RATIONED TIRES 8 Recaps, 22 Tubes Allowed for Week CLEAR LAKE -- Thirty-one tires, eight recaps and 22 tubes were allowed by rationing board 17-2 during the week of Jan. 25 to 30, it was revealed Tuesday. Hoiden Nelson, Clear Lake, got the only grade I tire. Grade III tires were allowed as follows: John Heitland, Ventura; Aage Christiansen and James Bonner, Swaledale; Johannes V Pals Meservey, and Charles Van Hylte) Clear Lake, two each; Abel Heit- PROGRESS CLUB STUDIES SOUTH Mrs. W. H. Orr Gives Book Review Lesson CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. W H Orr reviewed "A Southerner Di«cov- ers the South" by Jonathan Darnels for the program of the Progress club at the home of Mrs J. C: Davenport Monday. Mrs Orr recommended the book which she said, is highly interesting and' informative, for personal reading Mrs. c. A. Kriutson will entertain Feb. 15 when Crane will present Mrs. C. a lesson land, Raymond Hanna Ward and Fred Luker, Floyd Clear · TM~·*·* *- j-^-k-i. JLJLUICI, . vw±ar Lake; D. Koester, Swaledale; Fred Christiansen, Hanlontown, and John Muhlenbruck, Thornton, one Buy a r s a n tamps from your Globe-Gazette you can do to get more help for your eyes! Your eyes need all the help they can get. Don't handicap them with too little. Clean, reflector bowls and bulbs frequently. You'll get from 25-30% more light You'll get mere help for your eyes \vhcnj-ou rend, play games or sew, if your lamp sh.idcs arc light-col- orcd or have white linings. Clean or brush them regularly ; or if they're too bad, replace with fresh shades. Arrange your furniture and lamps so that you can, if necessary, make cadi lamp provide good light for more than one person. Bo sure .you're close enough to the lamp; a difference of 12 inches may cut your light in half. PEOPLES' GAS ELECTRIC COMPANY An Essential Industry Giving You Friendly, Dependable Service ^. j--.«·£* j-^^jtiii. j. j.j.uu,u: J.l/1- Miss Elpha June Carted returned Monday night from Dows where she spent the weekend with her parents. She stayed over Mondays to attend the funeral of her grandmother. Mrs. Nelson, of Alden Mrs. Henry Volstad substituted for her at school. Girl Scouts of troop 2 discussed plans for the future at a meeting at junior high school Monday after school. The book binding activity will be resumed later The meeting of Laf-a-lot clab scheduled at the home of Mrs. Virgil McKibben Wednesday has been postponed. Gary McKibben is ill with mumps. Lieutenant Brrnes and Second Officer Janet M. Jones, assistant recruiting officer for the WAACs, Des Moires, called on Mrs. John V. Bohning, wacruiting officer for Cerro Gordo county, Tuesday morning. Any young woman interested in joining the WAACs or m learning more about their service may contact Mrs. Bohning for each, Truck, and tractor tires the information. Lloyd Crozler is recovering from an accident Saturday when his right hand became caught in a portable mill while grinding hay at the C. C. Jacobsen farm He was taken to a hospital where the index finger was amputated returning home Sunday evenine WHIiam B. "Bill" Fankell, who aviation reserves Monday to Des enlisted in the Nov. 23, went ,,,,,,,,,,, lu ues Moines and from there Tuesday to Jefferson Barracks, Mo, for pre-aviation cadet basic training. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Fankell, 523 Carlton street! Also leaving was David Nelson son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer-Nelson, who enlisted in December The first meeting of a new class m Red Cross standard first aid will be held at the Lincoln school at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening Mrs. T. G. Burns and Mrs. B \ Morse will be the teachers. Anv person interested may enroll No charge is made for tuition. A card received from Will Osti-ander, who is winterin" at Clearwater, Fla. v states that the temperature there is close to 70 degrees. It was raining and he expected it to become colder. Memb«rs of Boy Scout troop SO are preparing for a parents' night as part of their observance of Boy Scout week, Reb. 6 to 13, and also for the Scout circus to be held at Mason City. Sea Scout ship 17 is studying knots and signaling and preparing for a test at the next meeting. _ Mrs. Anna Bam aid retnrned to her home in West Concord, Minn Tuesday a f t e r spending two weeks visiting her sisters, Mrs Clara Mason and Mrs. Lizzie Barwald. were allocated as follows: Gordon Nichols, Clear Lake, three; Carl Grell, . Wilbur J. Shipman and Great Lakes Pipe, lines, Clear Lake, two each, and J. P/McGuire Mason City. one. Charles Van Hylte and Cecil Fuller, Clear Lake, were allowed two passenger tire recaps.each and George Heitland and Thomas L, Burns, Clear Lake, one each. Sam Arnold, Clear Lake, got two truck -·caps. Implement tires for original farm equipment allowed were: Margaret Hpdson, Swaledale, one; Henry Vierkant, Thornton, one, and Nels Anderson, Clear Lake, one. 7 7 " ··»-. f t t ^ t ^ j t n ICSiiUIl Q| 'The Far West and Its California and Mrs. M. A. Arneson will review "Of Human Kindness." Other clubs also met Monday Mrs. John V. Bohning reviewed "Women With Wings" by Charles Planck for the Library Readin» club at the home of Mrs A H Skellinger. Mrs. Robert Furlei.-'li was m charge of roll call on the topic, "Aeronautic High Lights." Mrs. D. E. Kenyon will be hostess at a Valentine tea Feb 15 with Mmes. Robert Furleigh H L. Erickson, Minnie Nelson 'and *r , A l- Davis assisting. Original Valentines will be given for roll call response and Mrs. Harold Aitchison\ will give a lesson on The Negro's Contribution to War." * * * Mrs. Edward L. Secory was a substitute at the Double Four Bridge club session at the home of Mrs. Peter Miller. Mrs Fred Fankell won high and Mrs. Floyd Kimball second high scores. Mrs Leslie Carr will be hostess Feb. 15. V * * Mmes. Gerald Brooks J V Miksa and John Gardner were guests of Monday Niters at the home of Mrs. R. M. Cole Mrs Brooks won high and Mrs. Shirley Kimball second high scores. Mrs Howard J. Nye entertains Feb! 15, ¥ ¥ Passenger car and motorcycle tubes allowed included the following: John Heitland, Ventura, and James Bonner. Swaledale, two each; Aage Christiansen, D. Koester and Andrew Hanna, Swaledale one each; Abel Heitland and Charles VanHylte, Clear Lake, one each; Johannes V. Pals, Meservey one;" Fred Christiansen, Hanlontown, one, and Elmer Christenson Thornton, one. ' Tubes for trucks, buses, tractors and farm implements were allotted to Gordon C. Nichols Clear Lake, three; Carl Grell and Great Lake Pipe Lines, Clear Lake, two each; Margaret Hoctson, Swale- dale, one; J. P. McGuire, Mason City, one, and Wilbur 3. Shipman Clear Lake, one. ' Roof Fire Damages Mrs'. Can's Home CLEAR LAKE--The fire company ' was called to the home of Mrs. W. M. Carr, 207 Clara street about -1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon to extinguish a fire on the roof, thought to have been caused by sparks from the chimney. The fire was first seen by a neighbor R. B. Davis, 325 East Benton street, who turned in the alarm and then told Mrs. Carr of the fire. Considerable damage was done. A portion of roof about 12 D.U.V. Installs '43 Officers at Session CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. E. W. Winnie was installed president of Jesse Home Tent No. 45 Daughters of Union Veterans, at the regular session held at Legion hall Monday evening. Mrs. J T Charlesworth was installing officer and Mrs. P. D. Leith was installing guide. · Miss Katherine Choate was given the office of senior vice president and Mrs. H. R Peitzke junior vice president. Miss Verna Carpenter retains the office of secretary, Mrs. Charlesworth is treasurer and Mrs. Coral Hill, chap- Members of the council are Mrs. C. A Luick. Miss Cynthia Taylor and Mrs. S. .7. Ott. Mrs. Lona Brose is patriotic instructor. Mrs. Mary Flynn is guide and Mrs. A. M Olinger. guard. Mrs. Russell Roberts is assistant guard and Mrs. Willis Miller is musician. Color bearers are Mrs. Grace F ls ke. Mrs. W. D. Van Se-gen Mrs. Leilh and Mrs. A. R. Cam'. Mrs. Winnie announced the standing committees lor the year and Mmes. Charlesworth, Luick and Winnie served. The tent will continue to meet in Legion hall this year. The next meeting is Feb. 15. Arrange for Collection of Old Tin Cans CLEAR LAKE -- Arrangements have been made by which the i collector o£ city garbage will also collect all properly processed tin cans and bring them to the stor- ' ?f e building on West Main street, Mrs.- Arthur Johnson, committee chairman, announces Persons having processed tin cans are asked to place them in a separate container beside the regular garbage can and the collector will take them up on his regular rounds, she states. The cans 'must be washed, paper covers removed and ends cut put and placed inside, after which they may be flattened by stepping on them. They should not be pounded flat. Anyone who cares to may bring his own cans to the Shendan building, formerly occupied by the Thomas shol- shpp, where all cans will be stored till ready io ship. Housewives are also asked to save their waste kitchen fats for WASHINGTON, (fl 3 )--President Roosevelt disclosed Tuesday tha' the secret service had resorted to a school boy's trick to divert attention from him while he was traveling to Rabat, Morocco, to inspect -American troops on January 21. i He explained that the secret service men felt there was little to fear from the natives who constitute about 90 per cent of the inhabitants, but thought some of the Frenchmen there might get unduly excited * * * So when two secret service operatives, riding in a jeep ahead of him saw a European coin would point to the sky excitedly and exclaim "Look look." While the European bunted for a plane overhead, Mr. Roosevelt whizzed on by * * * Another trick to divert attention, he said, was for one secret service man to pretend he was falling out of the jeep, his companion grabbing him and haulm" him back aboard. Some other incidentals of his fcorth African trip mentioned by .he president at a press confer' * * ¥ A birthday party was held for the chief executive Jan. 30, with a cake and candles, in a plane 8,080 feet above Haiti. A lot of nice presents, picked up · in Trinidad, were given to the president by his traveling companions. * * * Five WAACs took care of the elephone and stenographic work for * e Casablanca staff meetings and Mr. Roosevelt had them all to vhat he termed a nice little party. He-said the WAACs had had an amazing experience -in December vhen all were aboard a ship which vas torpedoed. All were landed afely in Africa, he said, with no Clothes whatsoever. He hastened o add, amid a titter from his audience they had no clothing ex- epted that on their backs. The president thought the Amer- can troops he saw were magnifl- icent. In reviewing them, he said ne was close to having tears in his yes because they were about -eady to heacj for the front. He aid they had had some combat experience in November landing perations. Girl who will make t o w mae the monthly collection Saturday U!d silk and nylon hose may be ,^' n ^! ly s!oro wherc hosiery is sold. The hose should be washed before being turned in. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Red Cross home nursinn class, City hall. 7 o'clock. EA chapter P. E O., Mrs W W Choate, 314 North Third street' 7:30 o'clock. \ ' Theta Rho Girls' club, F. W Irons home, 400 Fifth street' 7:30 o'clock. open, the damage. Mrs. Carr had insurance on the property. Mrs. Carr, who lived alone, is staying temporarily with relatives. Buy War Savings Bonds Stamps -from I carrier boy. Adult education classes high school, 7:30 o'clock Masquerade ball, Surf ballroom 9:la o clock. i Wednesday--Colonial club Mrs Harvey Franks, dinner meeting! Coffee club, Mrs. J. \V. Behl all day. Thimble Bee club, Mrs. Clarence Hill, all day. Lions club, Legion hall, 12:15 o clock. Newcomers' Card club, Mrs Ralph E. Spaans. 837 NortlvSec- on street. 1 o'clock. Home Improvement club, Mrs E. E. Studyvin, 1 o'clock. E. T. C. 'Bridge club, Mrs. T. A. Hem. 506 East Main street. Congregational aid: Group 1, Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, 515 East street; group 2.-Miss Ida Clack, 517 North Fourth street; group 3 Mrs. Harold Thompson, 204 Jefferson street; group 4, Mrs. A. B. Phillips, 123 South Fourth street: group 5. Mrs. L. C, Stuart 520 West State street, all at 1:30 o'clock. Bethlehem Lutheran aid, P. J Pedersoh home, East Main street. Red Cross first aid class. Lincoln school. 7 o'clock. . Double C class. Mrs. Paul Miller lOS East Bell street. American Legion auxiliarv Legion hall, 8 o'clock. VICTORY BOOK CAMPAIGN GREENE--Two rural community clubs, Cold water township, and Dayton township, are buying new books to send to the USO victory book stations for service men. The Girl Scouts and several rural schools are giving new books. The books will be sent through the local public library auring the victory book campaign.' Individual contributions arc also being received. Frank Miles Speaks at Annual Meeting of Ventura Creamery . VENTURA-The annual meeting of the Ventura Co-operative' Creamery company was held Saturday afternoon at the high school Capt. Frank Miles of the selective service headquarters of DCS Momes talked on draft deferments State Inspector Howard Delahoyde and Marion Olson of Mason City, 'also gave talks, Officers re-elected were Max Dietrich, president; Emil Ollep.- berg, treasurer, and Orel Hoel secretary. William Ingram was chosen as director to fill the vacancy o£ Pearl Hickok, whose resigned after serving several years on the board. Ask for H'ashinj Machine TOBYHANNA, ,Pa., OJ.R)--Boys m the medical detachment of the army encampmentfiere told USO aostesses at Scranton that if they wanted to do something " j u s t nifty" for the soldiers they could provide them with~a washing' machine--new or used, pending their laundry out is an expensive proposition, said the boys, and "we wouldn't mind doing it ourselves anyway." ' Bay War Savings Bonds and Stamps from yonr Globe-Gazette carrier boy. , Bny War Savings Bonds and Jtamps from your Globe-Gazette armr boy. CONSTIPATION'S GONE, HOORAY! You'd shout; too, if you felt the way I feel now--compared ^ith how l useti to; Constipation due to lack of "bulfc" was the reason. Medicinal laxatives brought me only temporary relief Then I found out why--they didn't get at the cause 1 . But KttLOOO'S ALL-BRAN ·Hi? And that's because ALL-BRAS is a "bulk-Iorm- ing" food. I ate it regularly, drank plenty of water and-"Joined the Regulars." Try AIL-BUSK. It's one of tne most wonderful cereals you ever ate! Made by Kelloeg-s in Battle Creek. TEH CD/ SWIFT'S ALL SWEET Oleomargarine^ 29° Del Monte Cream Style TRUE AMERICAN MATCHES 6 Carton . ____ 23C Hazel Pancake Flour 4B l bs I5c GREEN OR YELLOW SPLIT PEAS 2 Pounds 25C Apples Pineapple Blackberries Gooseberries No. 10 , . Con No. 10 . . Can No. 10 . Can No. 10 . Can 49c 91c 90c 87c LETTUCE 2 ,,, 23c TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 12, 0 ,33c FRESHLY SLICED PORK LIVER15 Veal and Pork ~ _ CHICKEN LEGS., ea. 3* faik e« NECK BONES.... Tb. 5C Frenched **£** PORK CUTLETS, Ib. 55C Smoked PORK HOCKS tb. 25C SWIFT'S LARGE WIENERS ib. j \ V F n . AND THURS.I

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