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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                tt V EIGHT MASON CITY SEPTEMBER t 1934 REGULAR CLASSES START IN MANY NORTH IOWA SCHOOLS REGISTRATION IS HELD FOR PUPILS Some Report Others Losses From Previous Hamp ton schools opened Monday morning with an enrollment of 863 a material increase over past An increase was noted In the high school and a decrease in the The Park school on the west side has 107 pupils Franklin 300 Junior and Senior high school passed the 300 mark for the first time with an enroll ment of School opened with Scripture a salute to the flag and the singing of Each teacher talked for three min utes on her Maxine Ford gave the welcome from the senior high school and Louis Anderson from the junior to the new Monday saw the largest enroll ment of seniors in the history of the schools 77 in Football practice was called Mon day evening with a big Superintendents Son Thornton consolidated school opened Mondaj with an enrollment as follows In high with Principal Earl Scherf and Miss Mabelle Krum in Collins has 26 in seventh and eighth Miss NettJe 30 in sixth and fifth Hiss Leona 35 in fourth and and the primary grades istigit by Miss Vernice Fister have t5 was school Tuesday in respect for SupL sE HU3e was buried in JOWE Falls that In consoiidat sS school ppensd Monday with a record Miss Marguerite Skillms of Alogna was selected to ieacla the fourth Bad fifth grades as Society News 3rene IS e win who was to teach ibfiHE resigned on ac count 0f her mothers 215 on First schools opened Monday with a to tal of 245 There were 131 enrolled in high 102 in the grariss 12 posL More srudenls enrolling later in the Samuel superintendent of schools would increase the total somewhat 258 at Clarksville in school Monday showed a total of of which 153 were in the 105 in high with a senior class of junior soph omore freshmen Started nt Or chard consolidated school started The superintendent Is Graeber and Charles 63 in High opened Monday with an enrollment of 63 in the high school and 148 in the There is only one new Miss Evelyn who moved here from South Eng Increase Is NEW Schools in New Hampton opened but the attend ance was below normal due to the weather and had School au thorities felt that the attendance would be much larger Enroll lit Garner schools opened Monday with an en rollment of 178 in high school and 218 in the grade Open at Lylo public schools opened Reg istration took place Saturday and Monday Evan Ellluscn or Spring has been engaged as New Teacher Ruth McDougall of Osage is the newly elected member of the school facul ty to fill the vacancy in the sev enth and eighth grades by the resignation of Miss Gladys who haa accepted a posi tion with the school at Harvey as instructor in home Two New Green who received the resignation of Miss Irene music Instructor and Miss Mildred Weibley last week ob tained Miss Lois Raush of Cedar Falls to take the place of Miss Johnson who accepted a position in her home and Miss Ruth Mabon of Cedar Rapids to take the place of Miss fifth grade who also has work in the schools at her home Klected to Ruth Andrews from has been hired by the local school board to fill the vacancy left by Miss Blanche when she recently resigned to accept the position oY music instructor in the school at Ellen Landgren Becomes Bride of Andrew Jung The marriage of Miss Ellen Laod daughter of and Nels 524 Twentieth street to Harold son of and Andrew Jung of Charles took place Monday at 1 oclock at the Immanuel Luther an the Erholm The bride was attired in a gown of powder blue and wore white ac Her bouquet was of roses and Miss Lcoln sister of tht acted as brides maid and Henry brother of the was best Following the which was attended by the immediate families of the a dinner was at he home of a the Dinner guests werci Mr and A a nil Jung and Miss Leola all of Charles City Esther Landgren of Kansas Henry Landgren of DCS Moines and Keab of and Frid and and Larson and the and Mrs Erholm and Ru dolph Anderson and Ethel Swimmers Schedule at Changes as School Opens With the beginning of swimming classes will have a change of Begin ners will swim Monday at 4 oclock and Saturday at 2 The hour for intermediates hag been chajiged to Wednesday at 4 oclock and Sat urday at 3 The pool will be open to advanced swimmers Thurs day and Saturday at 4 Jun ior Life Savers will meet Tuesday at 4 oclock and senior life savers Thursday at 730 New members are invited to join the life saving classes at this Matrons will swim Wednesday and Fridays at 10 oclock and boys will swim on Saturdays at Evening classes remain un dancing and sport classes will begin the first week In OMAFiA GUESTS HONORED AT niNXERDANCE Misses Marione and Doreen Chap Hotel entertained at H dinner dance Sunday evening at the Clear Lake Country club in honor of their the Misses Selma and Grace Levin of Ten pucsts were seated at one table which was centered with a bouquet of garden Cor sages of talisman roses were pre sented the gueats as ATHERTOXBRAIJEN Na dine daughter of and and Dudley Atherton of Eftglc were married at the United Presbyterian parsonage at the Rev S Gladsfeltnr They wil live in Eagle SUMNER ENTERS CONGRESS RACE Local Railroad Man Given Nomination by Farmer Labor Wallace 146 Eleventh street has been selected by the farmerlabor party as its candidate for fourlh district repre entative in Simmer a now making plans for his cam who was nominated nt a meeting in Charles has been a machinist on the Chicago and North Western railroad until re ently when the force was He has been a resident of Mason y since when he came from Practically since the farmerlabor movement was started in this sec Sumner has been prom nently identified with He is now ourth district A succes sor to him in this since ils may be named Sumner tias a wife and three He served in the World war d was sent The other candidates INDUSTRIAL CIRCLE iMTlETS AT MOES The Ladies Industrial circle hclc a meeting at the home of Ida 502 Vnn Buren avenue Gvicsts of the meeting were Rosa Nellie Fitch and Lenn Follow ing the games were playec with prizes going to Ida Moo and Herman Lund was served by Ida Moe anc Gus U O I P K KST AI A K M ST K O N G Armn Lee Armstrong oT Orient ami Merl eldest son of and Theodore Hopperslad of Ridge way were married Monday The bride is a former teacher of the public school Hopperstad is n graduate of the Ridgeway and CreKco schools and for the past ynar has been em ployed as a depot agent at Biernmnn of Fred democratic and Benson of El Firemen Answer Two Calls to Blazing Vehicles on Street Only two calls were answered by the fire department over the week About oclock Sunday night the motorcycle of Lyle 601 Third street back fired at the intersection of Second street and North Federal avenue and caught About oclock Monday a sedan owned by caught fire when a short circuit was formed in the Joe Power Auto Is Found at Armstrong The automobile owned by Joe which was stolen from in front of his cottage at Clear Lake Sunday was found parked in Armstrong Tuesday ac cording to Sheriff Local officers will go to Armstrong Wednesday to obtain fingerprints from the Milk isnt the only thing that sours in hot Theres the familys Kewance Star Is Refunded in Cerro Gordo Following Auto License Fee Drop Cerro Gordo countys share ofthe refunds of made to Iowa automobile owners who paid their 1934 license fee before the legisla ture reduced that part of the fee based on the weight of the vehicle amounted to Lew superintendent of the motor vehicle said that the average refund in Iowa was about while some ran as high as Other North Iowa refunds in cluded to Emmet county and to Floyd COURT OPENED BY BEARDMORE Signing of Routine Matters Handled Clark Goes to The September term of Cerro Gordo countys district court con vened Tuesday morning with Judge Beardmore of Charles City The signing of various orders and other routine matters occupied the judges no assignment of cases having been made as George also of Charles is the court Judge Joseph Clark and Lloyd his went to Waverly to open the September term there Tuesday Mason City Womans Nose Fractured as Car Skids From Road Marion 220 Fifth street was confined at the Park hospital Tuesday suffering from a fractured She was injured about 11 oclock Monday evening when the car in which she was re turning from Clear Lake skidded from the Her condition was re ported good by hospital attendants Visitors From STACYVILLE and Henry Koch and Robert and Neil of accom panied by and Wendell El lis of are visiting Peter Fuller and and Don Davis this and Ellis will also visit at the Earl Penney home at Osage before returning SALES TAX HIT BY PATTERSON Herrings Claims Scored by Lieutenant Governor the dec laration that Governor Herrings 2 per cent sales tax Is an additional tax of a year on the families of the wage earners and farm ten and a net increase of on the families of the farm Senator George republican candidate for lieutenant made the Labor day ad dress here It Is estimated that Governor Herrings 2 per cent sales tax will yield about a which is a year for every Iowa said Senator liefors to How much of thia will be wast ed is not recent investigations in Washington shown that the government pays about a year for each COG worker and that but of this goes to the man The bal ance of is used in demo cratic In other words for faithful Let us be charitable and assume that none of the sales tax will be Then where are we Where does the farm renter come in 7 Where does the farmer who has lost his farm to some foreign cor poration come in Where does the average wage earner come in Claims Corporations The farm renter pays out a year in sales So does the farm er has lost his So do the truck the skilled and the unskilled the office work ers and the farmers who own their Ray Murphy of the Herring tax board says the farmer who owns 160 acres will save a he saves and pays out In other words he pays about for every he How about the corporations Where do they come into the pic ture Next year Governor Herring will have them paying an income tax which will bring in It is estimated the corporations own 20 per cent of the realproperty of the If they get 20 per cent of the in the form of re duced property taxes then they will be paying in and taking out Pretty soft for the Mayor Shulte introduced Senator who spoke in the after The celebration got a late start because of the heavy rain but the band started to play shortly be fore noon and a fairly large crowd Sankey Leaves Successes in School for Editorship New Head of Independent at Belmond Was Overseas in World San who is entering the editorship of the Belmond comes from the school superintendency to his new post with a record of successes in the field of high degrees and wide experience in community ac He knows how of newspaper work but has been dealing with the public for 20 Sankey stated he was leaving school work and buying a news paper because of a deep seated de sire to settle in a profession where a man might eventually own a home xvithout being looked upon as taking too much for call his soul his own and have an honest opinion which he dared express without conw suiting the school When Horace Greeley Young go San keys father took the advice and moved from Pennsylvania to west ern i where Sankey was When he was the family re turned to Pennsylvania where he was graduated from the high school at New Castle and Westminster col 10 miles Sankey enlisted in the regu lar army at Sioux City and was as signed to the evacuation hospital He spent 11 months overseas including service in the Mihiel and Argonne drives and with the army of Following the he held superintendencies at Ida Grove and Fair With a degree from West minster an from the University of Chicago and consider able advanced work at the Univer sity of Southern he has achieved much He is a member of the Masonic Ki wanis American Vet erans of Foreign Wars and other or At Ida Grove he held most of the offices in the Legion post at different serving as commander in SANKEV MISHAP BURIED Funeral for Son of Meyer Held in fu neral of George Christopher Gross son of and George Grossman of was held Tues day morning at the Sacred Heart church at 9 He was found Friday night sprawled in the alley way of the barn on their place with his neck No inquest was held as it was believed by authori tiesthat the boy met his ac Speaks nt of Agriculture Henry Wallace of DCS Moines was a guest of Repre sentative and Fred Biermann Sunday at their home in Wallace attended the annual jubilee of Johns parish in with the and spoke at the Injured in Fall From Is Reported Recovering son of and Frank fell from a tree and fractured skull when he struck the cement walk be The boy was taken to Hastings hospital where he received medical and is now recovering from theserious injury At last Hitler has evolved a sound idea He holds the inauguration be fore the New RECORD ENTRIES IN KOSSUTH F AIR More Livestock Exhibited I Than at Any Previous Year in seventyI sixth annual Kossuth county fair opened here today with the largest number of livestock and specialtien entered of any previous The I womens exhibit and livestock judgJ ing was begun today and to completed The program Wednesday ia cludes Whittemore harness race program and vaudeville acts Joe and in the evening concert by Algona grandstand pro features arid vaudeville Large Crowd Present for Sauerkraiit Day Celebrated in Lakota is estimat ed that persons hereat the day buns arid wieners were given away at Special enter tainment features Many stands were put Lakota Woman Injured When 2 Cars Collide Oran who runs the Royal 400 oil station on highway 9 north of was injured Sunday when she was coming into town when a car struck her She received a largegash in her forehead and scratches on her She was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center for The car was somewhat Cigarets Stolen From Store in Kiester Fred Diekman beer parlor was robbed of cigarets and in cash Sunday night Entrance was gained through a rear No clews were left for po lice to work Additional money was Infant Son Funeral services were held Monday for 5 weeks son of and Holly at the First Lutheran The Korsrud BITS ABOUT EM and Flick and Junior of Des spent the weekend with and Orville Gilson at 1G11 South Federal ave Condition of Is Unchanged condi tion of Matthew who was shot inthe hip by Steve Angnoa of Eagle Grave Sunday following an argument a home was reported tloday to be little rt is expected that Barry will re ilranwhile Argnos is being held in jailat Miss Lorone Holmes of Livcrmove has arrived to spend the winter with and Orville Gilson at 1GH South Federal Ventura Man Falls on Pitchfork While Working on Snreader Austin waa re ported to be resting fairly easy following his confinement late Monday afternoon at the Park hospital for injuries received when he fell on a pitchfork while throw ing manure from a Befudds Tobacco Company FROM LONG KEY TO NOVA the famous sports has matched his skill and vi tality against the big game fish of the Atlantic Below he tells how he lights Camel after fighting it out with a heavy soon feels as good aj new REX BEACH TELLS YOU how to get back vim and energy when Played Out Laymens Meeting Pedcr FOB torwold of was the main speaker at meeting at the Lutheran The FoaterwolcJ Is the acting secre tary of the inner mission The Gnrdc of was also a TOBACCO EXPERTS ALL SAY Camels are made from More Expensive Tobaccos Domesticthan any other popular I have taken my share of btg mar and Rex and noted I know what a rodand reel contest with these heavy fighters does to a mans When Ive gotten a hig fellow safely landed my next move is to light a and I feel as good as A Camel quickly gives me sense of wellbeing and renewed As a steady I have also learned thst Camels do not interfere with healthy Thousands of smokers will recognize 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