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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1934, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 8 1934 i CREAMERY HOLDS ANNUAL SESSION Whittemore Cream Scoring First Prize Is Won by George Gengler WHITTTEMORE Jan temore Farmers Creamery associa tion held meeting Satur day afternoon In the Higgins hall In a cream scoring contest prizes were given to the three high indivi duals George Gengler first Peter F Kollasch second Lewis Duffy third R O Storvick manager of the Iowa State Brand creameries of Jason City was the speaker The erm of Herman Meyer one of the lirectors had expired He was nom nated again but was defeated by C W Elbert Seventysix votes were cast Mr Elbert receiving 45 and Mr Meyers 31 Albert C Christenson auditor of he State Brand Creamery associa ion explained the annual report The years business report was read by Mike Fandel secretary At the close of the meeting lunch vas served by Manager R A Bart ett January Parade of Values now in progress offers Sterllngworth Suits and Overcoats at great SAVINGS Suits 19 65 Oooats 19 6S Its a value sensation a smashing dramatic price on quality Stedingworth Suits and OCoats At these prices we will sell them quickly we advise you be here early Is Held for Mrs Cleveland 84 Early Wright Settler GOLDFIELD Jan E S Jleveland 84 a resident of Wright ounty for CO years who died at the Cirkpatrick home at Clarion on Thursday evening was buried yea erday afternoon She had made her ionic here for 12 years going to iarion this fall to reside This pioneer settler came to this ounty in 1874 where she and her amily moved on a farm In Dayton ounty and in 1877 moved to Lake ownship where she continued to re ide until 1910 when the family re ired from the farm moving to Clar on where she resided until 1921 Since that time she had been a res dent of Goldfield Funeral services were held at the Baptist church with the Rev Ira D Halverson in charge Burial was ade in the family lot at Glenwood cemetery Surviving children are Charles and Arthur of Goldfield Allen of Spring Valley Minn Harry of Bath Gate N Dak Walter of Ren wick and Mrs Ellen Cronk of Gold ield Thirty grandchildren and four een greatgrandchildren also sur vlve CharlesCityNews Charles City School Resumed Community College Also Opened CHARLES CITY Jan opened this morning after a vaca tion of two weeks The classes of the community college held in the high school were resumed today Classes in contemporary litera ture will be held on Monday Wed nesday and Friday mornings at The Rev Wesley Belling has charge of the classes In German Weaton E Jones teaches basic law at 11 oclock and William Leek has charge of the class in accounting at p m Mrs Alton Sanders teaches public speaking at p m Enrollment will be taken tonight for adult evening classes under the CWA and federal vocational depart ment at the superintendents office in the high school also for the nurs ery school for children between the ages of 3 and 5 years An effort will be made to provide class training for any group of ten who will sig nify a choice of subjects Artificial Lake Probable in Vicinity of Decorah DECORAH Jan J K Stepp member of the state fish and game commission announced the probability of the commission building an artificial lake near De corah Dr Stepp who has visited Decorah several times since the purchase of Sievers springs by the fish and game commission was ac companied here by Walter Altkon construction foreman who has charge of the building of ponds aud lakes for the commission North lowans Enrolled at Harvard University OTRANTO Jan Otranto shipping association held its annual meeting Saturday at the school house Officers elected were Pres ident Eric Wahl secretary Oscar Thompson directors H B Dock stader Elmer Korthke Ed Nelson C Goplerud man ager Allan O Gerdris Separate Maintenance Sought by Mrs Olds CHARLES CITY Jan A B Lovejoy of Waterloo was to arrive this morning to try the case of Mrs Dorothy Olds against Rus sell B Olds The plaintiff is suing for separate maintenance and cus tody of three children Judge T A Beardfnore held the first day of his regular January term of court The grand jury will meet Tuesday and the trial jurors will report a week from today The criminal work is expected to be light this term but there are a number of important civil cases that will probably be tried CLOSING DATE OF APPLICATIONS IN P M OFFICES SET Postmastership Vacancies in Many Towns in North Iowa to Be Filled GlobeGazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Jan civ il service commission has set Jan 19 as the closing date for receipt of applications from candidates for ad mission to examinations for 45 Iowa postmasterships The offices In North Iowa to be filled and the annual salaries are Alden 51800 Bode Denver 51100 Elgin 2100 Fayette J2000 Fenton 51500 Goldfield 51800 Graettlnger 51700 Also Greene 52100 Lake Mills 52100 Marble Rock Nash ua 52100 Sheffield 51000 Stacy ville 51300 Swea City 51900 School Is Removed At Denver Postmaster John F Schoof whose term did not expire until January 1935 has been remov ed and P G Blooser ia serving as acting postmaster At Sheffield Postmaster Chester C Yelland has also been removed His term would not have expired until February 1936 C H Bokmey er is serving 03 acting postmaster here At Alden the vacancy is caused by the expiration of Postmaster Clyde C Sheaffera term in May 1932 An examination was held and William Granzow waa nominated by President Hoover but his nomi nation was never confirmed At Bode the vacancy is caused by Stevens SemiAnnual SHOE Russell C Parr Given Art Project Commission CHARLES CITY Jan C Parr son of Mr and Mrs W T Parr who is painting and studying in Washington was given a commis sion by the public works of art pro ject by the government His paint ing is intended for a decoration for a library or public building Mr Parr has just had copyrighted two courses in teaching art one on stagecraft relating to scenic design and lighting of stages the other is a practical application of design re garded as an original approach to develop the originality of the stu dent Mr Parr is also now engaged in illustrating a book of Greek folk tales and making some scenery for a play acted entirely by children Nine of Mr Parrs water colors on cTihilrit it library been sent to him and some of them with others in New York will be placed temporarily in the public li brary In Washington D C Mr and Mrs Parr spent some time in Charles City last summer IN KIDNAPROBBERY PLOT George AV McDonald 37 left confessed that he planned to use 11 year old Robert Walsh kidnaped from an Omaha orphan age in a projected jewel robbery The lad was hired from the orphan age by promises of life on ii ranch and of ponies McDonald ad mitted convicted in Denver for a similar crime McDonald was sentenced to 12 years in prison Associated Press the expiration of Postmaster James F Temples term this month Littelle In Office At Fayette Willis P Littelle has been serving as acting postmaster since July At Goldfield the vacancy is caus ed by the forthcoming expiration of Postmaster Eva Keiths term in March Miss Keith has served at this office since 1909 At Graettinger the vacancy is caused by the expiration of Postmas ter Olga H Raleighs term this month Vacancy at Greene At Greene the vacancy is caused y the expiration of Postmaster William C Moons term in 1932 He was renominated by President Hoover but not confirmed At Lake Mills the vacancy is caused by the expiration of Post master Martin A Aasgaards term this month At Marble Rock the vacancy is caused by the expiration of Post master Lucy A Moores term last November Mrs MattSttuidt is serv ing as acting postmaster At Nashua the vacancy is caus ed by the expiration of the posst masters term and the failure the senate to confirm Verne L Strike a recess appointee to the office fames B Bellamy is now serving as acting postmaster At Stacyville the vacancy ia caused by the death of Postmaster George H Kinney Joseph C Kinney s acting postmaster At Swea City the vacancy is caus ed by the expiration of Postmas er Leona B Christensens term this month The civil service commission also announces Jan 23 as the closing date foe receipt of applications from candidates for the 53500 Albert ea Minn office For this office no vritten exam will be held the can didate being rated on their business experience and fitness for the post Salaries for Kossuth Deputies Cut One Is Raised by Supervisors ALGONA Jan deputy salaries cut by the board of supervisors Two cuts were required by a state law fixing the minimum Deputy Auditor CS Pearsons pay was cut 52050 to a month and Deputy Treasurer Earl Griffith was cut 510 to 590 to com ply with tlse law One raise was allowed when Irene Vandt clerk in the auditors office was increased from to 75 Deputy Clerk Alma Pearsons sal ary was reduced from 58750 to 580 and the janitors pay was cut from to No change was made in Deputy Casey Loss salary of 5100 The board fixed a maximum of 5250 a day for extra help Asses sors were given the same number of days to complete the 1934 assess ment as last year The pay is on a per diem basis fixed by law at 53 The liquor tax will show the in gratitude of republics The more a man does for his country the quicker he lands in the Lincoln Star MRS HARTWIG 41 SUCCUMBS Funeral for Nora Springt Woman to Be Tuesday at Lutheran Church NORA SPRINGS Jan Herbert G Hartwig 41 died al oclock yesterday morning af ler home northeast of Nort Springs She had been ill for severs months and had been to the May clinic at Rochester Minn fo treatment Funeral services will tie held a 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon at th Lutheran church The Rev Conra Buehler will officiate and burio will be in Park cemetery Mrs Hartwtg was born Nov 11 1882 Surviving are her husbanrf and two children Virgene Kuth 9 and Herbert DeVere Jr D her mother Mrs Lizzie Steidl and a brother Henry Steidl Two Injured in Mishap at Hampton Return Home HAMPTON Jan and Mrs H B Smith who were in jured In an automobile accident north of here two weeks ago were able to leave the Lutheran hospital Saturday and returned to their home at Sheffield 111 accompanied by their little daughter Joan who has been staying at the A G Prib benow home while her parents were patients in the hospital Ionia Man Injured NASHUA Jan Trout ner 85 pioneer resident of Ionia slipped on the ice Friday and foil fracturing his hip His condition is considered serious He was taken to the Charles City hospital William Wright Faces Counts at Charles City CHARLES CITY Jan liam Wright faces two charges and a suspended fine was reinstated be cause Chief of Police Henry DeBoest received Information that Wright sold to a minor boy The mother swore out the information and Wright was bound over to the grand Jury County Attorney Jens Grothe later signed information charging Wright with perjury claiming he swore falsely at the hearing The suspended fine was for disorderly conduct imposed a year ago Overseers Office Moved CHARLES CITY Jan office of the county overseer of the poor in charge of Mrs Lucje Toepf which has been located upstairs in the city hall was moved Friday to rooms upstairs in the Lindaman building at the corner of Main and Ferguson streets where the CWA offices avc located The CWA moved from the city hall a week ago Starts Wednesday Morning JANUARY 10 MUST CLEAN HOUSE Mens Womens Childrens Shoes This is to be a storewide all of our high grade goodlooking fall and winter shoes will go at Sale prices Hundreds of pairs dozens of leading styles in most popular materials and combi nations Stevens has a sale twice a year The stock is clean No outofdate shoes to sell you Just fine styles for now and spring wear Youll find prices so low that youll probably want 2 or 3 pairs ShceCh DEPENDABLE SHOES 105NO FEDERAL AVE MASON CITY CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Jan corn loans reached 520021820 Sat urday at closing time Sixteen were made that day totaling 5400815 So far 395 loans have been made Mayor W K Carr will speak at a meeting of the Catholic Menu club tomorrow evening A musical pro gram and cards will follow the ad dress Installation ceremonies will be held this evening by the Womens Relief corpsthe Knights of Pythias and Almon chapter of the Masonic lodge C H Muesel was at his hardware store for the first time Saturday in many months He has been recover ing from a severe Illness Mrs Carl Magdslck returned Sat urday from Des Moines whereshe attended a conference of the board of managers of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers Herman Cramer ia receiving med ical attention In the Cedar Valley hospital Henry Troutaer of Ionia was ad mitted to the Cedar Valley hospi tal Saturday Mrs Donald Datlsman of Gary Ind is visiting her mother Mrs A O Ruste Mrs Ruth Demo district deputy of the Rebekah lodges Nora Springs presided at the installa tion ceremonies Friday night when the Cedar Valley Rebekah lodge and Odd Fellows held a Joint Instal lation Florence Smith was installed noble grand of the Rebekahs and Oscar Booher noble grand of the Odd Fellows to me theyre MILDER fo ne TASTE BETTER I ticcrrr MYIUS TOBACCO Co
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