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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945 Your Neighbors in the KHAKI AND BLUE What They Are Doing BATED SEABIAJf 1/C -- Elmer M. TheUen, son of Mrs. Rosalind Iheilen, Mason City, has been promoted to seaman 1/c. Be has just been graduated from armed guard school in San Diego, Cat, and is now at Treasure Island waiting overseas doty. (Russell photo) NEW RANK IN BELGIUM-Virgil Drnry was promoted to the rank of corporal in Belgium in December according to word received by -his wife, who lives at Charles City. Col. Dmry is in the 7th ' armored division serving in the first army. Be has seen action in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, since going overseas last July. He is the son of Mrs. Orville Drury, Kockford. a You Do Net Receive FÂ»per Before 5:38 p .m. Call W or IM CLEAR LAKE GLOBE-GAZETTE DEADU.M8: U Â». m, IH NÂ«w. and *Â«Â· 6 p. m. fÂ«r !*!Â· NÂ» Phone 239 or 259 AND KGLO OFFICE 5*7 West Main St Family in Holland Is Visited MRS, PRAMER ELECTED HEAD BATED YEOMAN 3/C -B. Pedersen has Jnrt received the ratine of yeoman 3/c at his station somewhere in the south Pacific. He has .been overseas since August. Yeoman Pedersen was a bus driver for the Jefferson Transportation company when he entered the' service last May. His wife lives at 131 9th N W. He is the son of Mrs. OUna Pedersen, Austin, Minn. Lt. "Sunny" Erickson Shoots His First German Fockewolf e 34 MONTHS OVERSEAS --S/Sgt. Paul Behrens, who re- (nrned In December from 31 months overseas, has reported to New York for farther assignment. He was in Mason City visiting at his home, 1212 Georgia S. E., from Dec. 19 to Jan. 12, and since that tune had been at Hot Springs, Ark. S/ Sgt. Behrens had last served in Italy. He left Mason City with the national guard in Feb., 1941, and went overseas with them in 1942. ' Downs German' Plane With Two Turns of His P-47 Fighter A 9th Air Force Fighter Base, Belgium -- It took 2 360 degree turns for 2nd Lt. Hilmar G. Erickson, Mason City P-47 Thunderbolt fighter pilot to shoot down his first German plane, a Fccke- Wolfe 190, recently. "We met head-on. I broke around into him again and followed through 2 360 degree turns, and fired my guns on the last turn. He did a split-S to get away. I followed and saw the pilot bail out and his plane crash on the outskirts of Cologne," he related. Lt. Erickson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Erickson, 228 25th S. W., Mason City. He flies'with the "Holt Hun Hunters" of the 9th air force, recipient of a war department citation for air support to ground troops in Normandy. (Lt. Erickson, Mohawk football' COMMISSIONED IN INFANTRY -- Frink Charles Lovell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frink C. tovell, 212 2nd S. E., was commissioned Â» 2nd lieutenant in the IT. 8. army on Jan. 27 upon completion of the officer candidate course at the infantry school at Fort.Bennlnr, Ga. The announcement came from headquarters at the school. Lt. Lovell enlisted In the army on May 11, 1943, and served with the 89th division before going to officer candidate school 4 months ago. He held the rank of corporal before being commissioned. He is a graduate of the Mason City high school and attended the University of Iowa. --v-- BEACHES FRANCE--T/5 Alvie M. Sarchett, who left the states recently, has arrived in France according to word received by his wife and 2 children at 725 llth N. E. Sarchett is chap- . Iain's assistant in special troops in the infantry. Before entering the service last February, T/5 Sarchett was with the American Red Cross at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Prior to that he was serving as principal of the Strawberry' Point school. He is a graduate of the Center. Point high school and has his bachelor of science degree from Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo B. Sarchett, Center Point. --V-- MADE CAPTAIN IN ENGLAND --Leon Raizes has received the rank of captain at his station somewhere in England according to a cablegram received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raizes, 90S Adams N. W. Capt. Raizes is medical supply and legal officer for the 187th general hospital. He went overseas last March. and baseball athlete, will be remembered as "Sunny" Erickson.) --V-Maj. Mullan Awardedthe Bronze Medal Selman Field, Monroe, La,--For "meritorious services and his devoted and inspiring performance of duty," during 35 months . of service with the 13th air force Chaplain Maurice A. Mullan (Major) 526 5th S. E., Mason City was recently awarded the bronze medal at ceremonies at Selman field, La., where he is post chap lain. During his service in Hawai and the south Pacific, Chaplain Mullan served as group chaplain for a heavy bombardment group and assistant staff 'chaplain for headquarters 13th air force. Since being returned to the United States, he has been stationed at the AAF training command's navigation school at Selman field. The citation reads as follows: "For meritorious services in the south Pacific area. Withstanding the hardships .of constant enemy bombings 'in his devotad and inspiring performance of d u t y , Chaplain Mullan contributed immeasurably to the mental and physical welfare or personnel of a bombardment group in combat." --V-:In Convalescent Hospital at Camp Carson, Colorado Camp Carson, Colo. -- S/Sgt James W. Murphy, son of Mrs. M. E. Murphy, Rockwell, Iowa, and husband of Mrs. Gertrude L. Murphy, 318% 1st S. W., Mason City, Iowa, is now at the army service forces convalescent hospital. He took part in the battle oÂ£ Cherbourg. He has a brother, Lt. Thomas E. Murphy in the service. The convalescent hospital at Carson is situated in an ideal spot for outdoor recreation activities. Sight seeing trips to. the various scenic places in and near Colorado Springs are arranged for patients. Emphasis is placed on pre-occupational training so that convalescents can find what skills they have and thus discover what type of occupational training they may want in the veterans' administration program after returning to civilian life. Practical arts are some of the most popular subjects taught. ' Sgt. Murphy attended Notre Dame university. --V-Member of Platoon Commended for Aid in Crack-Up Plane 9th Air Force Bomber Base, France--A 9th air force fire fighting platoon of which Sgt. Elmer L. WUdebor, 1144 1st S. W, Ma- on City, Iowa, is a member, has )een commended by Maj. Gen. Samuel E. Anderson, head of the ith bombardment division. The unit; which, bas disting- guished ; itself many times when ts B-26 Marauders have returned lome from a heavily defended arget, received the commendation allowing the crack-up of a fiam- ng transport plane. Members at he platoon, despite exploding Juliets and intense heat, choppec their way into the nose of the blazing ship and dragged an unconscious crew member to safety Sgt. Wildebor is the son of Mrs. EUa Wildebor, 1144 1st S. W., Mason City, and the husband of Mrs Flo Wildebor, 1012 12th St.; Sioux City, Iowa. --V-Take Turns at Serving Each Other Lt. Willis Patton in a letter received here tells of a couple of experiences he had recently in the New Guinea area--both concerning surprise meetings with a gen- er. In one the general served him and in the other he served the general. "I was flying from the Admiralties to New Guinea," wrote Patt- ton. "As I was unceremoniously deposited on this runway, I found myself standing in the mud and rain amidst complete wilderness. No transportation of any kind seemed available and the prospects of any, likewise. "Eventually I spied a command car apparently just parked and waiting. Obviously an officer was at the wheel but he was all slouched, down and appeared to be drowsing. I walked up as big as life and said, 'Pardon me, but can you tell me how I can get transportation around here?' "The figure stirred and turned around and I.noticed 2 silver stars on his collar. He seemed as startled as I did. He told me an officer was coming to meet him shortly and he would get me a ride. I thanked him big as you please, passed to one side and waited. When the officer arrived the general brought him over to me and I had my ride. Some service, eh? "Another time just the day the 40th quartermaster closed their mess, I started mine. Our equipment was poor--no plates, chairs or anything and the roof of my dining room leaked like a sieve. I looked up and there stood the general. " 'How about something to eat?' he asked. I got him a box to sit on, borrowed a mess kit , and started him at it. Our food' was good and he ate as though he enjoyed it. I .visited about half an hour and then he was on his way. Was I ever surprised." --V-Latimer--Fred Lemke, Jr., seaman 1/c of San Francisco, Cal., and Mrs. Lemke and children of Io%va Falls, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Lemke, Sr., recently. Â·ARIS--Cpl. Gilbert D. McEwen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McEwen, 311 5th N. W., has been stationed in Paris in headquarters office of the intelligence service since Dec, 1. He. went overseas to Engalnd in August, where he was stationed until the .tint part of October, when he went to France. Cpl. McEwen took his basic- training at Palm Beach, Fla., and following completion of that entered tHe ASTP at Chicago, taking German foreign area work there. Later he was sent to Camp Crowder, Mo., for signal corps training. His wife and baby live at Cleveland, Ohio. by S-Sgt. Paul Patterson Grateful Mother Tells Service Man's Wife of Many Sufferings Clear Lake--Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patterson, 301 S. 4th street, have received a letter from their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Paul Patterson, San Diego, Cal., written by a Mrs. S. G. Huixinga, somewhere in Holland, telling of a visit Mrs. Patterson's husband, S/Sgt. Paul Patterson, bad made in her home. She wrote: "It was in the after- on of Sept. 14 that the first merican soldiers directly followed by tanks of the first army after 2 hours of street fighting drove the hated Germans out of our town. "You can hardly believe how glad, how grateful, how elated with joy we were and perhaps your boys may have thought us a little crazy by shaking their hands again and again and singing, crying and stammering words of* thanks in poor English. "The txntes stayed a few days near our street and one of .the tank commanders was your husband. We asked V"'m to come into our house' and were very glad to talk with him and to hear something of America and you. "We need not tell you of our suffering and our want. Bombers destroyed some of our most beautiful cities in 1940. The Germans robbed us of everything that had been dear to us. Our children became underfed, taoly clothed and they have had no youth. We are standing now at the graves of thousands of our best men who have been murdered. -Now we thank you very, very ranch for the arrival of your boys and husbands. God bless especially you and the many, many women and mothers who have given the dearest they possess for our liberation. We know what great sacrifices your best men have made to fight for the freedom of the whole world. We together hope to be worth this great price and after this terrible war we shall try to make the best of this freedom for all our people in a real democracy. "We shall pray that He Who is Mighty shall bring back your husband safely to you. God bless and save him for you. Please, Mrs. Patterson, when you write your husband after you receive this, ask him, when he gets a chance, o come to us, maybe he will get US.W.UnitNo.277 Names 1,945Officers Clear Lake--Mrs. Walter Pramer was elected president of United Service Women's unit No. 277 at the regular, meeting in Legion hall Thursday evening. Mrs* John Kopecky is retiring head. Other officers chosen were Mrs. Frank Swanson, first vice president; Mrs. Harold Grattidge, 2nd vice president; Mrs. C. L. Baumgartner, recording secretary; Mrs. Ed Heitland, corresponding secretary; Mrs. G. W. Darnell, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Spilman, chap- lajn; Mrs. Loyal Cox, historian; Mrs. Lyle Leach,' color bearer; Mrs. S. S. Hudson, historian; Mrs. Kopecky, parliamentarian, a n d Mmes. Albert Christenson and D. D. Dye, Red Cross contactors. Mrs. E. W. Lilly, county president, Mason City, will conduct public installation ceremonies March 1. ' Mmes. Florence Berfield and George Perkins were, obligated. Mrs. Kopecky appointed Mmes. Fred Fankell, Henry Schoeneman and.F. G. Cookman as the auditing committee. Letters, of thanks for Christmas packages received were read from Harry Eliasen, fireman 1/c; Pvt. Eugene Christenson, Pvt. Calvin Johnson. Pvt. Charles P. Lowe; Cpl. Luther M. Buss; Alvin H. Nelson, A. M. 2/c, and T/Sgt. Halph W. Johnson. Mrs. Lyle Leach and committee served. The committee for Feb. 16 includes Mmes. Axel Thomson, A. B. Phillips. O. A. Ostrander. and James Sage. Thelma Mills New Member of Girl Scouts Clesr Lake--Girl Scouts ol troop 1 worked on monagrams, knitted and sewed at the meeting at junior high Thursday afternoon. Thelma Mills was welcomed as a new member. Plans were made to hold a valentine party Feb. 13. .After games the meeting closed with taps. Miss Lorraine Roff and Mrs. Julius Tesch are troop leaders. BROWNIES LEABN VALENTINE SONG Brownies of troop 3 at the Lincoln school learned a, valentine song and heard a valentine story Thursday afternoon. Other songs were sung and games played. The session closed with folk dancing. The meeting day has now been changed permanently to Thursday. Mrs. O. E. Gilfillan and Mrs. Bruce Thompson are leaders. SERIOUSLY WOUNDED--Cpl. Kenneth L. Johnson, who has been in service more than 2 years and overseas a year and a half, was seriously wounded in action in Germany Jan." 17, ac- cordine to a message received by bis wife, Mrs. Corabelle Grell Johnson, 710 N. 3rd street, Clear Lake, Thursday. Cpl. Johnson bad been in Ireland, England, Luxemburg, Belgium and Germany. His last letter was received here about 2 weeks ago. Cleor Loke Briefs Lost: Parker fountain pen. Ph. 500. Doris Stuart. Collections for the March of Dimes carried on at the Lake theater the past week amounted to $192.74 according to a report by C. E. Mosher, manager, Friday. The sum of $29 was taken in Wednesday evening the closing night of the drive. William J. Anderson, Mo. M. M. 2/c, Fosston, Minn., returned home Thursday after spending a couple of days with his grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Anderson, Sr., 200 E. Benton street, and other relatives. He is a REVIEWS BOOK FOR PROGRAM Mrs. W. J. McGowan Presents Biography Clear Lake--Mrs. W. J. McGowan reviewed "How Dear to My Heart," a new book by Emily Kirhbrough, for the program of the Crescent club at the home of Mrs. J. G. Liudon Thursday. The book is a story of the lives of the author, her parents and grandparents, in'Muncie, Ind., and describes many interesting . situa- tons, Mrs. McGowan said. Mrs. Lindon served tea. . The next meeting is a luncheon Feb. 15 at the home of Mrs. Ira W Jones with Mmes. Edward Huntting, R. R. Rogers, H. N. Halvorson and E. W. Winnie assisting. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mason City, will be guest speaker and give a discussion of "Modern Trends in Religion." Other groups also met Thursday. Mrs. Ed Nelson was honoree at a social session of the Sorosis club at the home of Mrs. W. F. Rich. Mrs. H. ,N. Halvorson was a special guest and Mrs. Willis Miller won the prize in a contest. Mrs. Nelson was presented several gifts. The next meeting is a luncheon Feb. 15 at the home of Mrs. L. W. Sherman with Mmes. L. E; Jacobson, S. A. Watts, Arvig Nelson and Will Scherf assisting. An auction sale of donated-articles will be held as a financial project a few free days from the front. We should be glad to see him. One day he came to us but I was not at home. I feel very,: sorry about this...-- 'Â·-'. -Â·"Â·$*Â· Â·'Â· "With fine regards, your unknown friends from Holland, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Huixinga, Mary, Jo and Dick/' . S/Sgt. Patterson entered the service at Peoria, HI., March 4, 1942, and trained at Scott Field, m Â· Camp Cook, Cal., and in the desert of southern California. He was then transferred to Camp Forest, -Tenn.; Watertown, N. Y., and Camp McCoy, Wis., going overseas in January, 1944. After 6 months in England he was taken by plane to a replacement center in France until Aug. 12 when he went into action and has been at the front near Aachen since. He is a tank commander. The family - in Holland sent some snapshots of S/Sgt. Patterson and their children on his tank. Cleor Lake Churches Zion Lutheran Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o^clock. Sermon theme, Come." Both "The Light choirs will Has sing. Applications Allowed in January Are Listed Clear Lake--Applications al- owed by War Price and Rationing )oard 17-2 in January included he following, Mrs. Jane Griffith, clerk, announced Friday; 2 pair rubber boots, 8 special shoe stamps, 2 oil heating and 2 gas tieating stoves, 2 oil and 6 gas cooking stoves, 99 tires, 18 small implement tires and 8 large implement tires. Luther League, 6:30 o'clock. Ten study series, 8 o'clock. Topic, "Christian Life and Prayer." Trinity circle will serve. Ruben Mostrom, pastor. Congregational Church school, 10 o'clock. Worship service, 11 o'clock. C. E. Gilman, Y. M. C. A. secretary, Mason City, will speak. Congo club, 6:30 o'clock. Ceutury club, Mrs. M. W r Hughes, 517 N. 4th street, 7 o'clock. Church of Christ Bible school, 9:45 o'clock. Lord's Supper and- preaching service, 10:45 o'clock. Sermon theme-"Great Is the Mystery of Godliness." Christian Endeavor society, 6:30 o'clock at the M. H. Dueseri- berg home, 205 E. State street. Evening service, 7:45'o'clock. Sermon topic, "Freedom From Bondage." Midweek service, Wednesday, 7:45 o'clock. C. W. Hicks, pastor. son of Air. and Mrs. Abe Anderson, former residents of Clear Lake, and had been overseas 21 months. He still has 10 days left on his leave and then reports at Washington, D. C. for further assignment. He spent the past-9 months in the Mediterranean area on an LST boat Seventeen workers completed the quota of 4 by 4 inch surgical dressings for the Red Cross at the workroom Thursday afternoon and work was to begin on the 2 by 2 inch dressings Friday. Mrs. H. N. Halvorson, production chairman, states that more workers are needed.- As many as 50 can be accommodated at one time. If there is a good attendance Friday and again Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons of next week the new quota of 10,000 dressings may be completed, she said. Mrs. W. P. Martin. Knoxville, arrived .Wednesday .evening .to spend until Saturday with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ivan Mar- Sack Sense" formed the program of the Busy Bee club at the home of Mrs. Lynn Hyde with Mrs. Earnest Carr assisting. Mmes. C. C. Jacobsen, Elmer Luscomb and Harold Cash arranged the p r o g r a m and each member brought articles made from various kinds of sacks. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cain and Mrs. Roy Westcott were guests. Mrs. Adolph Hollats, assisted by Mrs. Donald Luscorob, will entertain March 1 when Mmes. Jack Trimble and William Hollatz will give "Chick Chats" for the lesson. Mrs. W. P. Martin, Knoxville, was a guest of the Royal Neighbor club at the home of Mrs. J. R. Buttleman. Mrs. F. G. 'Cookman presented a group of contests with prizes for the winners. Mrs. Hobert Miller will entertain Feb. 15 with Miss Florence McGrady assisting. Mrs. R. W. Peterson gave a lesson on "Scientific Discoveries," dwelling mainly on the sulpha HOME FROM OVERSEAS--Milford L. Solum, seaman 1/c, has reported to Lido Beach, N. Y., following a 30 day leave from 19 months of overseas dnty. Before coming to the states Solum was stationed at Darthmonth college, England. He had been in north Africa, Sicily, Italy, England 'and France. In Mason City he visited at the' home of his father, Lewis Solom, 326 3rd S. W. He also spent 2 weeks with his mother, Mrs. Jesse Pearson, in Wisconsin. __v_ Whereabouts Three 17-year-oW youths who enlisted in the navy on Jan. 26, through the local navy recruiting office, are Edward Earl Ewen, son of Jacob Ewen, Dougherty; Joseph Paul Rowe, son of Jean Taylor Rowe, route 4, Mason City, and Marvin Kenneth Peterson, son of Andrew Peterson, Clear Lake. The boys all chose the general service branch of the navy, according to announcement by W. G. Burris, Jr., recruiter in charge. Pvt. Charles A. Morse called_his wile here from his station at ~ort Leonard Wood, Mo., on Monday, the occasion being their 18th wedding anniversary. . Donald F. Brooking, seaman 2/c, is attending 'trade school at Newport, R. I. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Brookings, 1442 Virginia N.-E. The restricted meat supply has increased the production and shipments of baby chicks which are often forwarded when one day old. More than 50,000,000 will be handled in the United States this year alone, while the increased baby chick shipment on the Pacific coast Sunday Methodist school, ' 9:45 o'clock. states has increased 70 percent Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "The Laws of God." Youth Fellowship, 6:30 o'clock. Study class at parsonage, Monday, 7:30 o'clock. Double C class, Mrs. Paul Miller, 106 Bell street Wednesday evening. W. H. Hubbard, pastor. Old Fashioned Gospel At Legion hall, Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "Behind tin, and family. Group t of the Congregational aid will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knutson instead of with Mrs. R. G. Schumacher as listed in the programs. Mrs. W. J. McGowan is Â· group chairman. Mrs. Glen Thome has received a letter from Miss Ehola Hedfearn, formerly of Clear Lake, stating that her mother, Mrs. Emma Red- feam, is very ill with pneumonia and heart complications at their home in Des Moines. C. A. Boullne returned to his work with the railroad at Wishram, Wash., Thursday evening after spending 5 weeks with Mrs. Bouline and family. drugs and their variations and accomplishments and on new methods in surgery for the program of the Twentieth Century club at the home of Mrs. Arthur Pryor. Mrs. Forde Lee was co-hostess. Mrs. Henry N. Graven will entertain Feb. 15. Prison Bars." 7:30 o'clock. Evening service, Sermon t o p i c , Faith." This begins a new series of "Big Little Words" of the New Testament. Prayer meeting Thurs- ing, 7:30 o'clock, C. A. Burnett home, N. W. Center street. The Rev. Evelyn Elefson, pastor. Gospel Tabernacle Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Eli Levang, Fertile, will speak both evening. Christian o'clock. Evening morning and Endeavor, - 7 service, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Gertrude Bice, Sunday school superintendent St. Patrick's Catholic Masses on Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Weekdays at 8 o'clock. Confessions heard Saturday evening from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. J. J. Buzynski, pastor. Church of Christ Scientist N o r t h East street, Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Church service, 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening service, 8 o'clock. Bethel Chapel Moyer house, 302 N. Elm street. Sunday school, 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Evening worship, 8 o'clock. Bible school session, Tuesday, 7 to 9:30 o'clock. The Rev. G. W. Gamlen, dean. Prayer meeting Friday, 8 o'clock. --The Hevs. Manifred and Hope Askew, pastors. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their helpfulness and consideration at the time of the illness and death of our mother, Mrs. Julia Thompson. It was much appreciated. We also wish to" thank all who sent flowers or other expressions of sympathy and those who assisted in any way at the funerai. MR. and MRS. CARL ASHLAND and Family. Zion Lutherans Plan Father-Son Banquet Clear Lake--Plans for the annual father-son banquet to be held in the Zion Lutheran church parlors the evening of Feb. 22 were made at the regular session of the aid Thursday afternoon. Committees are to be appointed to carry out the plans. The aid also voted purchase of another war bond. Mrs. Chris Jaspersen presented the lesson on "Teach Us to Pray" and Mmes. A. E. Folkmann and Lester Bergerson sang "In the Cross of Christ I Glory" and "O Bread of Life From Heaven." June Ashland played a piano number. THEY USED TO CALL HER FATTY Mrs. C. O. Lomen and committee served. The next meeting will be March 1. The Roman city of Pompeii was wipsd out by a volcano in 79 A. D. and its ruins were not rediscovered until the 18th century. Alma* iMbefimUe lam of wcsrfrt * fomlttr for neat overweight people tlioogh a pleasant, absolutely banning reducing method. While eating plenty , U is possible to take off as much as three to 6ve unsightly poqnds a week. 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