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   State Center Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 24, 1933, State Center, Iowa                                TE I yn oo ENTERPRISE A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STATE CENTER AND VICINITY Wl 00 VOLUME 62 STATE MARSHALL AUGUST 1933 NUMBER 34 How NRA Agreement Affects Your Business i No Hour Restrictions Upon in Towns of Less Than The following unofficial summary how the NRA Reem ployment Agreement affects the mer or other employers m towns of less than has been prepared by the Louis office of the Department of Comerce as a to the business men in this The Enterprise reprints the in full as a service to the business men of State A If you do not employ Owners operating their own establish ments may obtain the insignia of NRA by signing the agreement and of B If you employ one1 or two peo maximum hours specified in paragraphs 2 and 3 of the Presi dents ReEmployment Agreement DO NOT APPLY to establishments em ploying one or two peoplein towns of Jess than you must raise the wages your employees provided that stores and drug stores need not pay over and retail dry furniture and hardware need not pay over per I C If you employ three or more hours which you may work your employees are specified in the various Codes which have been temporarily Get Informa tion regarding these codes from your trade A quick summary ofv some of the provisions approved for cer tain of retailers follows Stores Selling Foods Hours of Work 48 hours per not over 8 hours per day except that 10 hours may be worked try Banks Hoursof work Employees shall not work over 40 hours per week as an average over a period of five Hours shall not apply to guards and watchmen who cannot be shifted dur ing the night above hours do not apply to employees in a managerial or executive capacity who now receive more than per Wages Increase wages 20 in towns of under but need not pay over per PLEASE NOTE All the of special trades apply only to employ ing 3 or more in towns of less than Cases A and B above include establishments all trades and in dustries employing two people or less in towns under Also piease note that regulations are different in towns over All Over the State Just Now r Anthony Items Ray McBurney of Fremont visited several days In town last and Albert Koch left Thurs day morning for Chicago where they will attend the Worlds Lloyd Martin and daughter Ruth of Carlisle who visited several days at the parental Jess McNabb returned i home and Leslie Lindquist and j family of Hanlontown visited Thurs day and Friday at the and Liudquist Clara Kienert of visited several days at the Lyons Miss Kienert was a former Anthony i High pceseaves WON A PRIZE LAST i BET WELL FOLKS UP AND TAKE NOTICE DOWN TO THE FAIR THIS HOLD STILL THIS IS A BLUE RIBBON CURL IN YPOR THIS YEAR1 Iowa State Fair Opens Its Gales Friday Morning Expect Attendance of From to Mid West Des Special With reduced admission prices anil the largest 8day educational and en and Buchan of El1 tertainment schedule in more than a cut pay of any employees now get1 dora visited Thursday at the Iowas seventyninth annual the day before a and on any j teacher in the other 12 days over a six I Exception These hoursdo apply tifmanagefs andexecutives getting p6r or to salesmen and Wages Increase pay at least 20 in towns of less than but need not pay over per Do not Mary Drew son Merl and 3 attendedwtlie dinner at State Center Rose Bryant visited several days the past week1 at the Harry Bryant home near ting above these minimums because work shorter De Dry and Shoe Stores Buchan and Helin and family visited Sunday at the Peterson home at and Bryant and Hours of work and I Rose Bryant visited Wednesday after selling over 40 per I noon at week except that 48 hours may be I and Merrill West returned worked in any three weeks in eachhome Friday after spending several six as at Christmas sellingdays at the home of and State Fair and Exposition is prepar ing to open its gates to between 000 and midwest vacation seekers here As a last minute climax to the en tertainment fair executives an nounced here today that arrangements had been made to stage an exhibition of bull fighting in front of the grand Wages Increase wages at least 20 in towns of less than but need not pay over per Do not pay of those getting over the Drug Stores Hours of work 48 hours per not over 8 hours per1 except Jesse and Glen West and daughter returned home with them for an indefinite Rose Buchan and1 children vis ited several days the past week at CENTRAL STATE BANK OUT FROM UNDER SENATE FILE 111 The Central State Bank received word this week that they were releas ed from the provisions of Senate File as of August The response of depositors in sign ing the depositors agreements which made this action was almost1 unanimous and very gratifying to the j President Gilbert said Mon et of work and accounting Is to be done by the banlc in making and this will be completed as rapidly as The along with all other Iowa banks was closed by the executive order of the governor onMarch and reopened with other Iowa banks uiRSr the provisions of Senate File 111 a short time School to Open For Fall Term Faculty to Be Same as Last Year Course of Study Slightly Changed ROHDE NAMED HEAD OF LOCAL NRA COUNCIL Organization of the local board to have charge of the functioning of the Word from Superintendent who has been attending summer school at Drake University this is to the effect that the State CenterConsolidated School is to open on September The teachers have been notified to report for duty on the Saturday pre ceding Labor Day and a faculty meet ing will be held the high school building at There are no changes in the faculty for the coming On Monday the registration of students in the various grades will be held at taking approximately an hour and a The school bus drivers will re turn the country pupils to their homes at about Regular classes will begin on Tuesday morning at Roseman also sends word that any new students desiring to enroll in the high school for the first either resident or may call at the superintendents office in the high school on Saturday morning at There will be a few the alternate course of study in the high school this In the freshman Latin I will be offered in place of which was given last General Agriculture will also find a place in the curriculum in the fresh man Both these subjects are offered to accommodate both the Fresh man and Sophomore The senior years course Is also slightly altered by dropping a semester of American replacing it with a course in Commercial is given to round out the CommerTHal Otherwise the course remains jatne FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MIAUD TOWLES August 23 Special Funeral services for Maud Baby Beef Show At Fair To Be Greatest Ever Junior Livestock Show at Central Iowa Fair to Excel The junior livestock show at the Central Iowa Fair this year gives ev ery promise of being the greatest ever undertaken with the number of i animals greatly in excess of any pre1 Towles were vious to advance re R Cluirch at 230 Friday in charge of A mixed quartette was composed of Fred Buck and witli j Miss Agnes Buck as The pall Thfa baby beef showing will be par ticularly exceeding by 36 the largest previous Fair officials believe that it will be the largest and best show in Iowa this year with the single exception of National Recovery Act was completed jthe State Falr at Ces Moines stand every night of the exposition Thursday at a meeting of the j Marshall County club members will from August 25 through August business men at the Legion hall exnibit 1G2 baby beeves in this show to j Officials state that in this c R0nde was chosen chairman which wil1 be neld from Sept the bull will not be harmed in any the local with Pitman illolusive Tnf previous high rec A seven foot woven wire arena Liston was elected j ol d tlle fair was in 1932 wnen 126 as delegated to the county advisory were shown Tlie quality of the stock is being constructed extending for SOO the Mason home at MarshallI feet down the race and this will Eldon Mason returned home jibe used for this event and for the Min go Raymond Des Moines Har vey Jackson and Fred State and Wilbur Wil Caring for the flow ers were Raymond Dea Moines Samuel Max well Colo Harvey Hilleman and will represent this comjis IePolted to be which willand Fred Yingst State Center with them to visit a I Don noted Mexican and Fay Connelly and fam is being brought to Dss that male employees working as waitily of Marshalltown spent Saturday Moines for the evening i form the countv ers may work 54 hours per night and Sunday morning at the Vacationseekers have already throueh Registered Helin gun moving in on the exposition in councils registered and appren Buchan was a business caller large particularly in the huge J munity in the county make th9 snow this much better Each town in the county has a simthan ever and these together working distric The Interment was in Eden Attending the services from a dis county Beef Heifer Club also tance wore and Sebree will have more animals on exhibition Charles Sebree and Mr and Mrs Mi n 11 In n A l i fjt lice pharmacists are these Hours which the store is open must not be reduced below 90 hours in any one Wages Increase wages 20 in exempt from at Des Moines He also vis ited at the Ralph French Mary Drew Sunday eve tent city adjoining the fair Fret for over and Over two hundred were served at le fried chicken dinner served at the 1 A 1 i men wvti clliu T i i i i yn ning at the home of her special bargain campers ticket to the atJosePh 8 Catholic Church by the Ralph Jay and family near Clem fair is being offered this year for the ladies of the parish cities less than population but need not pay over per Do not cut pay of those getting over the Barber Shops Beauty Shops Plans are being made for two days of homecoming 30 and first i Ira El aso are said to be in excellent conmer Des Moines and Mrs The dairy heifer club exhibit Will Price and and jwill be about the same in number as Mac Ankony and be as Frank Ames and IK A Mingo and A record exhibition Is expected by J Mony Carlson and family Polk the sow and litter which has an j City and John Serfos Mr enrollment ot twentyone it is and Chris Reese and No good or and Meekins and j with free admission for all boys and V family and and Marion Hick1 girls under 16 years of World man and family left Saturday for a war veterans are to be admitted free Hours of work No barber or beauthree day motoring j on August boys and girls tician shall work more than 48 hours and McNabb in comUH Club members on in any one pany with and Williams of August and civil war veterans ev Clerical or office employees if any Marshalltown left Saturday morning ery day of the Line Twelve News I club is expected to be about the same as the six who comprise j ami McMahon and the club promising en and McMahon returned they U County Agent Harold Peterson Sunday from Chicago where may work only 40 Managers or for They expect to executives are exempt from theie be gone several hours but when owners or operators are actually working at barbering or beauty they must conform to the 48 hour Employees must finish serving all patrons who may be in the shop at Harry Burmeisterand John Mackin were Marshalltown callers several days visiting at the Admission prices and Gust Scholine of Mitch18 tlle superintendent of the junior live Carpenter home tvllucc lellvillfi came Saturday to the noyj stock Dobbin of this who had attended the National Land for the fair are j Goddard home to spend a few IClty is supervisor of the baby beef scape Architects Association conven lowest in Autos are to be ad1 Tne Ueod famlly reunlon was held nutted all children under 12 at tho Vernon Reed home children between 12 and 16 for half j Thoge present were and Mrs Paul A large crowd was in attendance at stand seats have been i pi the ball tournament here One ball game was played in the fore noon Zearing and Lawn Hill the time of and the time re1 the game being won by The reduced 25 cents per The fair will continue from August 25 through September fy of New sey Mr unniiy or rsew quired to finish shall not be figured in determining the total number of hours Restaurants Hours of work Male employees not over 54 actual working hours per 112 to between Anthony and afternoon games were both won HILLS GOLF TEAM The first game between State Center and Anthony with a score of 9 to 8 in favor of Anthony and the second game with a score of and Haines and and Reed and family of Des and Earl Tomlin son and family of and Elwood Packer and family of WINS FROM 8UNNYBROOKI Marshalltown and Harriet Do A golf team of ten men from the Butts and daughter of Rollings Hills Golf Marshall defeated a similar team from and Ronald Hilleman and and Russell Diggins attend Female employeesnot over Zearing was won by Sunday afternoon by a of 16 to the Sunnybrpok course at ed the funeral of Wilbur Gossarcl in 48 actual working hours per Wages Not less than 23 cents per hour in cities under These minimum rates of wages shall Jay a sufferer from dia betes for several is not so Miss Annagail Dunn left Sunday for Chicago where she will visit relatives be subject to deductions for meals for several weeks and furnished employees at the rate of Worlds 25c per not to exceed a total attend the and Ed Frein and children of Marshalltown were guests Sunday at the Tucker Donald and Lawrence Dunn were business visitors at Ogden Miss Nelle Lyons and Arthur Drew of in any one Tips shall not be considered a part of the Manufacturing Plants has approved special hours and wages for many different kinds of including ice Get fhls information from the associa1 ville where they visited at the Anton Miss Hazel Frl Monday Two other players from p each and Mrs Eugene Higgins and who started the match failed to complete but 9 Weaver and both of Rolling turned in the low 82 and 84 Ricketts was low among the Sunnybrook players with an Sunnybrook players will meet a team from Colfax on tEe home course next August Revand son returned home Monday from Harold and daughter Vivienne and irlllft Tirli nrtn tlon representing the trade or indusFrein from a visit at ay family of Marshalltown were callers at Shelton home Sunday eve Lloyd Buck returned home Friday morning after spending a few days at the Worlds and Jenson of demons called at the Aves home Monday Miss Irene Goddard has been spend iing the past few days at the Will Edler home north of State and Paul Poling and child ren of New Jersey spent Monday night at the Vernon Reed 11 exhibit Nickerson of the beet j tlon in joined them in Chi heiter show Robert Wheater of the cago and returned with them to his dairy heifer exhibits Waltemey er of the sow and litter club exhibit and Burdette Moffatt of the lamb club show SUNNYBROOK CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNEY STARTS THIS WEEK Conrad proprietor of the Sunnybrook golf course announces that the local club championship tour nament will be held starting next to enter the qualify with home in South Route Three 18 holes of play on or before August so that the pairings may be made and the first rounds played next Howard Richeson left Wednesday to attend the Worlds Fair in Cook of Albert on He asks that all those desiring f YU M r the foiirnnmpnt I at the Fletit Richeson home and George Buck and fam and Buck anil son Marcus and Miss Bessie Beatty were guests of and Lester Corbin in Nevada and George Peters and daughter and granddaughter of Jeffer son were guests Sunday of and Miss Pearl Gross and Jack Carlson of has been visiting at the George Gross home the past two Miss Olive Fields of Ames visited Wednesday with Miss Dolly and Leon Bodie left Sun day morning for to drive back their new Art Aves left Friday for a three weeks visit with her Le at Los Claude Richeson of visited at the Richeson this   

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