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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1936, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 10 1936 THREE AGEDWINNEBAGO WOMAN IS DEAD Mrs Johnson 75 Resided m Lake Mills Vicinity Many Years LAKE MILLS Jan George L Johnson 75 resident of Winnebago county 57 years died at 10 oclock Thursday evening She had been ill four years She was born in Sorgen Norway and came to the United States when 6 her parents stopping in Winneshiek county Surviving children are Mrs Nels Bagne of Mason City Mrs John Lande of Lake Mills E J Johnson of Kensett Olse G Johnson John G Johnson Benhart Johnson and Mrs Palmer Jensen of Lake Mills and Mrs H G Johnson of Lake Park Her husband died about 1921 Burial will be made at North Prairie west of Lake Mills Charles City News Fenholt Is Chairman for Community Chest CHARLES CITY Jan Fenholt was elected chairman of the Charles City Community Chest Al ton Sanders secretary and W A Loosebrock treasurer Other mem bers of the board are Mrs M W Ellis Mrs E A Sheldon Mrs Charles Hcmans W E Frudden W K Carr the Rev W F Belling Tack Kuech Dr Ray Fox Dr W E Voreck and E C Hardwig Plans will be made at another meeting soon for a drive for funds Charles City Company to Add More Trucks to Line CHARLES CITY Jan vin F Schlick owner of a local transfer company will add more ttucks and trailers in addition to the eight he now operates between Mason City and Cedar Rapids The railroad commissioners of Iowa Iiave given him the right to haul freight to and from several addi tional points enroute and points be yond which wilj materially increase his business Pictures Are Purchased CHARLES CITY Jan Normal Training club of the high school bought two pictures for its roomThe committee Francis Nik eraldine Eckhoff and Evelyn Hartman assisted by Mrs J F Til den fourth district chairman of art in the Iowa federation of womens clubs selected The Gleaners by Millett and Spring by Carqt Each year the N T club makes some con tribution for future classes to en joy An exhibit of prints sponsored by the Womens club will be shown in the high school building Feb 11 Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY Jan jor P L DeBevoise former editor of the Salvation Army periodical The War Cry will speak tonight in the S A hall 601 North Main street He will also inspect the lo cal organization while in the city A divorce was granted by Judge T A Beardmore to Forest D Felt US from Anah Feltus on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment They were married in Charles City Nov 23 1922 and lived together until recently Mr Feltus agreed to pay his divorced wife 525 a month for ten months Mrs B MHudson has been en gaged as instructor for the gym classes for women in the Y M C A R P Waller and Bob Waller left yesterday on a pleasure trip to Is Mr Cupid in Background It is reported that Gov Frank JoHan is engaged to Mrs JeSBin with whom he is shown above All cerning the rumor was It may be true F Merriam of California former Lipsey Long Beach Cal widow Governor Merriam would say con tnie some day Right now it is not BEER BOARD TO HEAR 1ST CASES iquor Commission lo Ask to Have Two Muscatine Permits Revoked By GEOUGK MILLS Iowa Dally Press Bureau DES MOINES Jan Iowa state beer board created by the last egislaturc is expected to hear its jioneer cases in February when the iquor commission will seek to have two Muscatine beer permits revoked Application for hearings on the cases will be considered at the next meeting of the board Feb 3 State Treasurer Leo Wegman said today The other two board members are Secretary of State Mrs Alex Miller 1 State Auditor Charles W Storms Revocation of permits held by Mrs Roy McDowell operating the White Way in Muscatine and of VIrs Glen Nicklas operating the 3rown Bottle in the same city will be asked Henry J Roelofs special assistant attorney general assigned 0 the liquor commission said today Roy McDowell and Glen Nicklas jleaded guilty in December to viola tion of the liqour law in connection with the operation of the two estab ishments liquor commission records Though the beer permits are n the names of their wives an ar termed a subterfuge by Roelofs the latter contends the li cense may he revoked anyway The case is the first of its kind o come to the attention of the beer Doard according to Wegman even though somewhat more than 0000 state licenses have been issued The ast legislature passed a law re quiring all beer parlors tcobtain joth state and local licenses to op erate Cancellation of state licenses automatically revokes local permits according to Wegman The state fee s a year California They expect to be away two months Mrs C W McQuillen is visiting Mrs A H Ehresman in Des Moines Mr and Mrs Charles Webster have returned to their home in As siniboia Sask Canada after visit ing a month at the Henry Webster home Mr and Mrs R W Zastrow and Mr and Mrs Louis Savre of Osage spent the first of the week in Chi cago on a pleasure trip The International Relations group of the A A U W met at the Kel logg tea room yesterday for lunch eon M W Ellis president of the Iowa Bankers association addressed the members on National and In ternational Legislation Several Give Talks at Decorah Grid Banquet DECORAH Jan annnal football banquet was held last eve ning at the high school gymnasium with nearly 50 players attending Members of the board of education were guests at the banquet Supt T R Roberts was toastmaster Speeches were given by L W Buckton head coach Jaffrey Pet erson principal Mrs L W Knight president of the school board La Verne Miller captain and senior representative of the team and Wal ter Johnson junior representative of the team Letters were given to La Verne Miller Earl Rima Lance Lil libridge Robert Hunt Kenneth Malli Bernard Baldis Walter John son Ray Thompson John Hovey Archie Mclntosh and Harold Wohl ford A minor letter was given to Dunvin Bernatz Bernard Baldis was presented a certificate of the National Athletic School society by Mr Peterson Next year four lettermen will re turn to play on the Viking Thompson Baldis Johnson and Hunt The funds for the banquet which was served by members of the cooking class were raised by a faculty basketball game earlier in the season Fort Dodge Man Is Hurt in Car Mishap ENID Okla Jan 10 J W Andrews of Fort Dodge Iowa was in a hospital here with severe head injuries and possible internal injur ies suffered when his auto collided with one driven by Rudolph Decker of Memo Okla MIXED DANCE Saturday Jan 11 Music By CAMPBELLS ORCHESTRA Admission 24c and 1c Tax MOOSEoidTimeDANCE Saturday Might Jan II KELLYS KELLODIAHS Dancing Till 12 Lunches 25c Per Person Moose Hall Corner South Federal and Second Street S W Preliminary Plans for P r e s i d ents Birthday Ball Jan 30 Announced DBS MOINES Jan 10 C Aaberg assistant Iowa secretary of agriculture and president of the Capitolian club today announced preliminary plans for Iowas obser vance of the birthday ball for Pres ident Roosevelt Jan 30 Birthday balls the proceeds of which will go to relieve sufferers from infantile paralysis will be held in 5000 cities and towns through out thenatiori Seventy per cent of the receipts will remain in the community where the money is collected while 30 per cent will be given to the Warm Springs Georgia foundation The Iowa birthday ball will be held in Des Moines but the place or details of the program have not yet been decided Aaberg said Bonnie Mullen Ed Slye and Car mella Donohoe all Capitolian club members have been named to the arrangement committee Clarion Congregational Church Officers Named E 0 Hansen Is Honored CLARION Jan annual business meeting of the Congrega tional church was preceded Wednes day night by a covered dish dinner Following the dinner reports of ac tivities in the different departments of the church were read After a service of 17 years as Sunday schoo superintendent E O Hansen re signed that office Mr Hansen was given a chair in appreciation of his years of work Mrs Arthur Draheim was elected to fill Mr Hansens place Others elected to offices were Mrs W D Pardun organist Mrs Charles Hansen chorister Miss Minnie Lockwood clerk George Richards treasurer William Hagie and Hen ry Medin trustees Mrs J E Glen dy and Mrs William Hagie deacon esses Arthur Richards deacon Dr E L Sizemroe Archie Wilkinson Arthur Richards and Malcolm Churchill ushers Lieut M GFerguson in charge of the CCC camp at Clarion out lined the work and aims of the con servation camps Its Swell to Be Alive Again Its swell to be alive again If I was dead death is just a blank So says Patrolman Frank Owen of Chicago who died Christmas eve That is Owen was struck by a taxicab rushed In a hospital and pro nounced dead by 1wo physicians Dr Edward Vaughan however jrave him a dose of adrenalin and now Owen IK once more alive and expects o recover Dr Vaujrhan left Owen and a staff doctor are also shown Funeral Services Are in New Haven Church for Nora Sullivan 73 OSAGE Jan serv ices were held Friday morning at St Peters church in New Haven in charge of Father Gerleman for Miss Nora Sullivan 73 who died Wednesday afternoon at her home near New Haven from a heart at tack For two weeks she had been sick with the flu Miss Sullivan was born in Dubuque and was one of 11 children The family moved to Osage when she was a small child and Mr Sullivan was employed on the Illinois Central railroad Later he purchased a farm near New Haven which has been her home ever since Forty years ago her par ents died Surviving are her sisters Mrs Kate Erwin of Osage and Mrs Annie Flynn of Minneapolis a brother Mike Sullivan of Osage Burial will be in the New Haven cemetery Emmetsburg OES and Knights Templar Hold Installation Services EMMETSBURG Jan the regular meeting of Esther chapter of 0 E S Tuesday evening sup per was served followed by installa tion of officers Clara Suss of Graet tinger was installing officer Those installed were Worthy matron Amber Frost worthy pa tron Lloyd Frost assistant matron Lorena Piper assistant patron Alva H Piper secretary Irene Zahcndt treasurer Edna Fordyce conduc tress Margaret McAllister assist ant conductress Gladys Davidson organist Secepta Vaughn marshal Mabel Knight chaplain Clara Suss Adah Margaret Edge Ruth Mil dred Dickey Esther Cleone Hoff man Martha Christina Morrison Electa Iva Goodfaxcn warder Marie McDonald sentinel Dr T W Parish Holy Grail commandery of Knights Templar installed Wednes day night Eminent commander Dr D E Kulp generalissimo Leroy F Rice of Algona captain general John G Davidson senior warden Donald L Logan junior warden John W Edge prelate A R Mc Donald recorder Homer McAllistei and treasurer W H Morling Spangler Resigns Direcforship EAGLE GROVE Jan M Spangler who has been a menber of the board of directors of the Se curity Savings bank for 36 years has resigned and his son A E Spangler has been elected to suc ceed him Twito Elected Chief TAKE MILLS Jan an nual business meeting of the Lake Mills fire department was held Tues day evening The following officers were elected Harry Twito chief F C Nash first assistant M 0 Got land second assistant Leonard Gunderson secretary A M Ran dall fire marshal Clarion CCC Worker Sentenced for Theft CLARION Jan Wil son IS Fonda a member of the CCC camp here charged with the theft of two army jackets was taken before Justice of the Peace Oldham for a hearing and was found guilty of petty larceny and sentenced to 30 days in the Wright county jail Wilson had taken the jackets to Fonda and sold them Wilson was given a military hear ingin camp and found guilty and was then turned over to the county authorities The jackets have been recovered County Amateur Contest to Be Saturday m Bntt BRITT Jan Hancock county American Legion auxiliary will hold the county amateur con test at the auxiliary rooms in the Memorial building at Britt Satur day afternoon at oclock Towns to be represented are Gar ner Klemme Kanawha Corwith Britt and Crystal Lake Winner of this contest will represent the coun ty at the eighth district amateur contest at Fort DodgK Satiivtiay Jan IS STARTS SATURDAY THE BARNUM BAILEY OF WESTERN SHOWS HARRY CAREY HOOT dIBSOH BooH Millory Bob Tom Tylr Cuinn WlllUm Fsrnum William Demand Bun Brton BurWo Ml Jr Buddy RooMveK Frunklyn Fsrnum Hardy AND THIS GREAT COMPANION FEATURE 0 W Brenner to Leave Sheffield Pastorate for Church in George SHEFFIELD Jan an nual business meeting of the Ger man Baptist church was held Tues day Annual reports were given and election of officers held Martin Fed ellick Sr was elected deacon to succeed John Doden John Stover treasurer Henry Bochlje secretary George Kocster trustee The Rev O W Brenner who has served thn church seven years will leave Apri 1 for George to serve the Second Baptist church been named The Sheffield No successor has church Peace Lutheran annual meeting was hel Jan 7 August C Oelker was elect cd to the board to succeed H A Boelk St Johns Lutheran church hcl a meeting Jan 6 Arnold Krucken bergwas elected to the board I succeed Chris Kruckenberg L W Reuther is pastor of both congre gatione Candidate for Recorder GARNER Jan Chris tyna Callison of Stilson has an nounced her candidacy for count recorder to succeed Mrs Fern Kat ten Miss Callison served as recordfi about 25 years ago At Mason City THEATERS Bj B 1 F IOLLEG1ATE OPENS ATUKDAY AT CKC1L Saturday marks the opening at he Cecil of Collegiate the sec nd Joe Penner starring picture he picture is a big musical pro uction with a cast which includes ack Oakie Ned Sparks Frances angford Betty Grablc and Lynne verman Eight new songs arc eatured The stoiy deals with the efforts f Penner Oakic Sparks and Over an to conduct a girls school They CURRENT FEATURES Friday If You Could Only Cook Starts Sat urday Collegiate1 Friday Three Kids and a Queen and Re member Last Night Starts Saturday So Red the Rose and Powder Smoke Range Friday Gal lant Defender and Public Menace Saturday Waterfront Lady and Tim ber War modernize the entire plant includ ng the dormitory rooms the teach rs living quarters classrooms and xccutive offices ALLSTAR WESTERN THRILLER AT PAJLACK Almost every actor with the ex eption of William S Hart who has ever been known as a star of western films has a role in Pow der Smoke Range a dandy pic ure of the southwest in the days ollowlng the California gold rush This picture he same bill opens Saturday on with So Red the Rose Stark Youngs novel of the south before and after the war be ween the states with Margarel jjj Now jlShouing James Oliver Curwoods Hrst Showing In City TIMBER mflSftBRD COMPANION HIT First Showing In City CHAPTER NO 8 ullavan Randolph Scott and Wal cr Connolly starred at the Pal cc Final Dividends Soon IOWA FALLS Jan fi nal dividend checks for depositors n the Peoples Trust and Savings iank which closed Dec 21 193 re expected iTi a few days The div dcnd amounts to 11845 per cent of he deposit W7000 will be distri cted at this time Previous divi lends of 2o per cent naking the to al return to depositors 3684S pep enl had been returned to deposi ors Indianapolis streets may be slip pery but that is a trifle compared with the condition of cabinet floors n London and Star DANCE NOTICE NEW LOW PRICES SATURDAY ft Ladies Gents llC Include 41C FRANK ROBINSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA Youll Like Em Alrite OldTime Donee Every Per Person Big First Run Program THE GIRL HUNT IS ON THE PUBLIC MENACE Jean Arthur George Murphy Peter B Kynes ntory of ihe conquering of the West Gallant Defender with CHARLES STARRETT JOAN PERRY BUCK JONES THE ROARING WEST New Flashes Starts Sunday THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1936 Its Big Its Grand Its Swell ENDS FRIDAY 3 KIDS AA QUEEN REMEMBER LAST NIGHT THEYRE COLLEGEMAID SPECIAL LATE SHOW SATURDAY P M Jack Oakie and Joe Penner imagine them running a gills school Fiances langioid leading the song parade 100 campus culies majoring Boy what a college 8 Song Hits In cluding Will I ever Know You Hit the Spot I Feel Like a Feather in thp Breeze1 EXTRA Silly Symphony Cartoon BROKEN TOYS JOE PENNER OAKIE MES FRANCES BETTY GRABLE iYNNE MACK GORDON HURRY REVEL Directed by Ralph MuiphyA Paramount Piclun Ends Friday If You Could Only Cook COMING SATURDAY JANUARY 18th Dickens OF TWO CITIES SStftZ
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