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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 9, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTB FEBRUARY 9 1934 M CHARLES CITYAN KILLED AS AUTO GOES INTO DITCH Companion Injured in Beer Truck Smashup Near Fredericksburg CHARLES CITY Feb Bisenius 20 was hilled and Len Spurbeck 20 was seriously injured when the truck on which they were riding went into a ditch Friday morning eight miles east of Freder icksburg They were employed by the E G Guthant Transfer com pany The youths were not found until about an hour after the accident BiaeniuB died in the office of a phy sician at Hawkeye where he was taken for treatment One Was Sleep tag The two had started from Mil waukee about 4 oclock with a load of beer consigned to the Capital Tobacco company of Charles City When the accident occurred Bise nius was driving and Spurbeck was sleeping Spurbeck said he did not know what caused the accident The car go of the truck smashed Into the drivers cab Six young men jncuding Leo Mc Call and Richard Sorg who came along the road about an hour after the accident found Spurbeck sitting up but dazed Spurbeck told them to devote their efforts to aiding Bi senius Taken to Hospital Bisenius suffered a broken leg chest injuriesand Internal injuries Spurbeck who received a broken hip and other injuries was brought to a local hospital for treatment The body of Bisenius was brought to the Grossman funeral home Fun eral services will be held Monday af ternoon BIsenlup was the son of C J Bisenius farmer living near here 200 at Gathering of Sheffield Creamery Officers ReElected SHEFFIELD Feb all day meeting of the Sheffield Com munity creamery was held at the Memorial hall Thursday The meet ingopened in the morning when Manager H J Binger presented his reports for the year More than 200 patrons and businessmen and their wives were served dinner at noon The afternoon program included several selections by the high school 1 band a talk by County Agent Man ning W Howell and four members of the Thursday Study club of Shef field presented a one act play Theyreportshowed Pounds of butter sold during year 226004 to tal receipts average price paid patrons for cream 22 cents average price received a pound for butter 20 cents less freight Paid to patrons for cream 95253 pounds of cream received 689610 pounds of butterfat 181 0011 The old officers were all reelect ed and are D R Edglngton presi dent George Meyer vice president Fred Cockram secretary directors Otto Schaefcr D J Atkinson Roy Hemm William Schroeder The manager Is HJ Binger Creamery in Thornton Elects 3 Directors Hall Reynold Speak THORNTON FeD r Har mon L E Jacobsen end J H Champion were reelected directors of the Thornton Cooperative creamery at the fourth annual meeting held at the opera house Wednesday There were about 300 present The report showed a total of 95011 paid patrons for butterfat A total of 330437 pounds of butter was made and 2680035 pounds of butterfat churned The average price received a pound for all butter was 2020 cents The manufacturing cost of a pound of butter waa 0271 cents The total dairy products in come was 6733617 R M Hall Northwood and How ard Reynold Mason City spoke at the meeting Audra Henricltsen gave two readings A mens quartet sang and the Thornton orchestra played There was singing by the crowd Dave J Cook Manly Named 1 st Lieutenant MANLY Feb 8 Information has been received of the appoint ment of Dave J Cook to the rank of first lieutenant In the infantry reserve Mr Cook has been active In military work since 1930 when he received his second lieutenants commission as a graduate of Coe college with four years R O T C work Promotion was gained by at tending summer camps and by cor respondence study Mr Cook has been employed as coach at the Man ly high school the past four years Program Is Presented at Osage P T A Gathering OSAGE Feb meeting of the Osage Lutheran ParentTeach ers association was held at the church Thursday evening with the following program Male quartet Arnold and Harold Warren Nor man Christiansen and Lynn Lar talk Mrs Alfred Havig on the relation of parents and teach ers solo John Goplcrud address on Sunday school work S R Knud son Kensett Mrs W T Jackson Iowa City Last of Shuey Family Dies CEDAR RAPIDS Feb 9 Mrs W T Jackson 86 of Iowa City last of the immediate family of David Shuey who founded Shuey ville and Western college before the Civil war died early today in a local hospital of injuries she suf fered in an automobile accident on Christmas day Mrs Jackson came to Iowa with her parents from Vir ginia In 1856 SEVEN SCHOOLS SEEK SRE FUNDS Waldorf Forest City Files Petition for for 17 Students DES MOINES Feb 9 Iowa schools Friday filed applica tions for SRE funds for aiding needy students E H Mulock state relief administrator announced Included In the applications was one from the State University of Iowa signed by President Walter A Jessup for to glvehelp to 427 students Other applications include Cor nell college Mount Vernon for 47 students Simpson college Indianola 630 for 42 students Fort Dodge Junior college for 14 students Waldorf Junior college Forest City 5255 for 17 students Des Molnes Catholic college for three students and Ottumwa Heights Junior college Ottumwa for seven students Aurelia Spengler Ackley Gives Talk at Faulkner FAULKNER Feb Rural Teachers club met at the home of Miss Irene Wolf Wednesday eve ning Miss Aurelia Spengler of Ack ley talked on Art in the School One of the members Miss Thelma Clawson who will become a bride Feb 18 received a gift from the club Granting of a patent to the de signer of the Blue Eagle is good news Isnt it required of an appli cant that he demonstrate that his device will accomplish the purpose for which it Is Oivl University of California Los Angeles MISSSAMUELSON WILL RUN AGAIN Says Interests of People and Schools Need Seasoned Judgment DES MOINES Feb 9 UPUMisa Agnes Samuelson state superin tendent of public instruction today announced her candidacy for re nomination in the republican pri maries in June In a format statement Miss Sam uelson pledged a continuation of my efforts towards assisting the districts In providing the children of the state with tha best possible edu cational program at a price the peo ple can afford and to advise as to the educational needs of the schools without dictating the amount of revenues required Interests of People The interests ofthe people as well as the welfare of our schools require at all times seasoned judg ment sound policies and exper ienced leadership in the adminis tration of our public education and especially Is that true during this period of financial depression through which we are now passing she said The young generation in our schools today will be the future citizens who will carry on the re constructed program now being cre ated Theres a limit as to what can be financed under present con ditions Therefore both the children and the taxpayers alike are entitled to an administration of the state de partment of public instruction which is thoroughly familiar with the dif ficult problems affecting our schools today and trained by ex perience in arriving at prompt and correct solutions Without Opportunities In some states many children are now without educational oppor tunities because their schools have been obliged to close Fortunately Iowa Is not one of these states due to the patient confidence of the taxpayers the devoted service of the teachers the unselfish sacrifice of the parents and the unshaken faith of our people in education 1 am proud to have served the state during tha time this enviable rec ord has been established The welfare of our schools has always been placed above all per sonal and political considerations In all my life time service In the pub lic schools from rural teacher to state superintendent and I now pledged continuation of that pol icy of conscientious and unselfish service JUDGE SIGNS ORDER CHANGING VOTE IN 32 TO DEMOCRAT NORTHWOOD Feb C Finch lifelong resident of North wood and a staunch supporter of the democratic party during all his adult life was the victim of an In advertent error on the part of elec tion clerks at the 1932 primary election which resulted in his name being recorded among the republl can voters of the county This fact so Irked Mr Finch that he has recently obtained an order of court ordering the county auditor to change the party affilia tion of Mr Finch on the 1932 poll books Mr Finch also obtained affi davits from judges and clerks of election who recalled hearing him ask for a democratic ballot There was one more democratic ballot cast in the Northwood precinct than the poll book recorded The petition filed In district court here sets forth in full the facts as to Mr Finchs lifelong residence here his constant affiliation with the democratic party since becom ing of age and states that by an inadvertent mistake the affiliation was incorrectlyrecorded and that a writ of mandamus issue to the said auditor directing the said audi tor to change the party affiliation of the plaintiff upon the 1932 pri mary poll books within and for Northwood township Worth county Iowa In a signed statement accom panying theorder issued by Judge M H Kepler Mr Finch says in the closing paragraph I have been accused of many things good bad or Indifferent justly perhaps some times but I think this was the first time I was ever accused of being a republican Straus Appointed to Theater Code Board WASHINGTON Feb 9 ert K Straus aon of the American ambassador to France and a former executive assistant to Hugh S Johnson today was named by the NRA as administration member of the code authority for the the atrical Industry Society Neivs Club Board Deliberates on ByLaws Womans Club Hears Report of Committee on Revision The board of the Mason City Womans club met in special session Friday morning to consider changes hi the bylaws of the organ ization Mrs J L Pauley parlia mentarian presented the proposed revisions Thq articles of Incorporation were brought up to date It was voted to have the president appoint delegates and alternates to the conventions of the General and Iowa Federations of Womens clubs with the approval of the board at Its March meeting The section concerning the de partmental organization of the club was changed to provide that the club shall be departmental main taining such departments as art lit erature drama outdoor life current events and the like Revision concerning the commit tee provisions of the bylaws were made effecting the appointment of a standing budget committee which shall be made up of three elective members of the board among them the treasurer all to work with the president Duties of the hospitality committee concerning the ushers and pages were transferred to the house committee It was voted to change the pro vision that reports be given at the annual board meeting to the May board meeting A provision making the club bulletin the responsibility of the second vice president was adopted There was discussion on the pro posal to limit the club membership and to conduct two board meetings a month The revised bylaws will not be come effective until paased by the general membership of the Womans club Note to young spinsters Man lovea a dog because the dog thinks him a kind of Bc vlew Central Lutheran Brotherhood Plans to Present Drama The Dutch Detective a three act comedy will be ataged by the Central Lutheran brotherhood Mon day evening at the Monroe school auditorium The cast Includes mem bers of the Central Lutheran church MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES Marriage licenses have been is suer to Fines Ingham 24 Swale dale and Berntce Harken 18 Thornton and to Clinton Bencook 21 Aredale and Margaret Sweeney 22 Dougherty fr BOB BIGG HONORED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Members of the cast of El Cris to were guests a party given by Tom Gregory 317 Fifth street northwest honoring Bob Bigg of Clear Lake on his birthday The play is the one which St Johns fel lowship will enter In the Iowa City play production competition MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO PRESENT PLAY The Womens Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will present a play How Much Owest Thou Sunday evening at oclock at the church Mrs Donna Hlndal Duncan is director of the drama Wayre Is Named Head of Creamery in Nashua NASHUA Feb the annual meeting of the Farmers Coopera tive Wednesday W L Wayre was elected president A Peterson vice president R F Goings treasurer J O Carter secretary A total of 347453 pounds of butter was manu factured at the companys plant for the year a gain of 21000 pounds over the past yesj The average price paid patrons for butterfat was 221 A buttermaker and assistant will be hired Saturday New traffic lights ia New York arc designed to give the pedestrian a chance for his life1 Every day more and more obstacles are being put in the way of the motorists enjoyment Naehvllle Southern Lumberman Aimee McPherson to Conduct 7 Day Camp Meeting at Fairfield FAIRFIELD Feb 0 Semple McPherson Hutton evan gelist is to conduct a seven day camp meeting here next summer according to an announcement made here today She is to be assisted by a group from the Four Square col lege at Kenosha Wl9 The session will be held at Chautauqua park at a date to be determined later Daladiers Check for Refused by Hospital in Paris PARIS Feb 9 Daladiers check for 50000 francs about 3000 was refused today by the police hospital where 200 persons were treated for wounds received in this weeks riots The mourning of Paris Is too deep and too poignant for this house to accept a gift having so close a link with the recent dolor ous events said the hospital direc tors letter to the outgoing premier 460 Iowa Vets to Go Back on Relief Rolls DBS MOINES Feb 9 J Laird adjutant of the state depart ment of the American Legion esti mated that 460 Iowa veterans would be placed back on the rolls for veterans relief as the result of new rulings on disabilities Date Changed for Iowa Bar Meeting WATERLOO Feb 9 annual convention of the Iowa Bar association previously set for June 14 and 15 In Waterloo will be June 21 and 22 the local committee was informed today by J c Marby Albia president The change IB made to permit attendance of Earle W Evans Wichita Kans president of the American Bar association Mrs Lenz In Charge MANLY Feb Eastern Star yearly school of instruction wag held Wednesday afternoon at the Masonic temple Mrs Laura Lenz Mason City instructor of dis trict No 2 presided The initiation of officers was held in the evening Mrs Maud DeVault had charge of the decorations JOHNSTON AND SMITH GUILTY Railroad Brotherhood Chief Convicted on Bank CLEVELAND Ohio Feb 9 Alvanley Johnston grandchief of the Brotherhood of Ebcomotive En gineers and C Stirling Smith president of the now closed Stand ard Trust bank were found guilty by a jury here today on charges of misapplying of the banks funds and of making false entries James H Cassell secretary of the brotherhood and former director the bank waa acquitted on the same charges The verdict was given by the jury of nine men and three women after 15 hours of deliberations Franklin County 4H Clubs to Hold Party HAMPTON Feb boys and girls belonging to Franklin county 4H clubs will be entertained at a party at the high school Saturday evening at 8 oclock Prizes will be given to the clubs presenting the best stuents as a feature of the en tertainment and a program com mittee has been appointed SUITS rJ TOPCOATS 20 S25 31 COMPARE T tyAunr ttttitt ABEL SON INC ft WMBIft tlVIM You buy Chesterfield cigarettes every day You may buy them one place today and another place tomorrow or you may buy them the same place every day It is estimated that there are this day 769340 places in this country where Chesterfields are on sale all the time To make Chesterfield Cigarettes we get the best tobacco and the best materials that money 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