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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1933, Mason City, Iowa COURT TERM TO OPEN TUESDAY Nine Criminal Cases to Be Debated by Winnebago Grand Jury FOREST CITY Sept The September term of district court will start Tuesday the courthouse being closed today for Labor day Judge M H Kepler of Norttiwood will preside over the term which is expected to last three weeks There have been 78 matters filed for this term of court of which 30 are law cases requiring a jury and 41 are in equity Of the latter 29 are mortgage foreclosures which num ber Is the largest in any one term for some time Fourteen trial notices have bean filed for cases which have been carried over from previous terms but it is doubtful if many of the cases will be tried that require a jury The first week of court will be given over to equity and pro bate matters which do not require the trial jury which is to report on the morning of Sept 12 The grand jury will meet the first week and consider indictments in at least nine cases where the defendant have been held to answer in justici of the peace courts during the summer Among the criminal matters to b considered by the grand jury are A J French of Mankato Minn for obtaining money by false pre tense in the sale of a chicken tattoo ink Mrs H J Hlntz o Lake Mills for practicing beauty culture without a state license Charles V Cerhagle of Buffali Center on a liquor charge Orbli Hoy of Lake Mills for threats o violence Elmer and Gib Hockinson for liquor viola tlons Ed Severson for larceny t embezzlement and Robert G Smith of Manly on charges grow ing out of hia attempt to obtain the possession of his son last spring Among the case of general in terest on the civil side of the dock et are the cases against the board of supervisors to prevent the Farm Bureau aid money being paid This case will be the first one tried after the jury cases have been dis posed of1 The case of the receivership of the Thompson bank against N E Isaacs and others formerly offic ers of the bank may be heard this term This case involves the mat ter of several thousand dollars The Forest City national bank case against the county for a refund of back taxes will be heard Two divorce actions will be proved up that of Opal Sten berg vs Elmer Stenberg Thomp son and Helen Coffman vs Clyde Coffman of Forest City MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Body of Woman Killed Near Iowa Falls Taken to Boorie for Funeral IOWA FALLS Sept 4WThe body of Bffie Schuneman who was killed Saturday in an auto acci dent near Hubbard was taken to her former home in Boone The wo man had stepped out of the car her brother was driving intending to cross the highway and seek some road information at an oil station She saw a car approaching from one direction but the lights Wiled those of one approaching from the opposite way Waiting until the first car passed she stepped on to the highway and was struck by tfte second car She was identified with the art department of the Iowa State Teachers college at Ce dar Falls for many years She had traveledextensively in this country and abroad and was recognized as an authority on art Charles City News in the atr by Sir William Ramsay and Morris W Travers in 189S Expert Auto Repairing AT SPECIAL PRICES STORAGE SPEEDWAY SUPER SERVICE Harry A Walter Proprietor II 2nd St N W Phono 1108 Fuel Punip and Carburetor Service Central Battery and Electric Company Motor Repairing By Men with Tears of Experience New and Used Motors Bought and Sold Zack Bros ELECTRIC CO S06 2nd S W Phone 971 Germaine Tremblay Sfie hilled i desperate manhunt long anougfi far ColinHewiff to fill in Ion THE HIDDEN DOOR By FRANK L PACKARD Starts Wednesday Sept 6 GLOBEGAZETTE 3000 PRESENT FOR AIR SHOW Ward Hixon Makes Para chute Jump From Balloon at Charles City CHARLES CITY Sept wa estimated about 3000 persons at tended the air show held yesterday on the John Hobert farm two and a half miles eastof Charles City un der the auspices of the Iowa Ai Show company of Des Moines Fou visiting planes were busy all after noon taking up passengers The parachute Jump from the balloon which ascended late in the after noon was made by Ward Hixon who had some difficulty In cutting loose from the balloon and he landed some distance away in a field The rain the previous night made entrance to the field difficult but men pa trolled the road to assist any cars that got stuck BUTLERCOUNTY FAIR IS OPENED Willford to Speak Tuesday Ball Games and Programs Are Scheduled ALLISON Sept Butler County fair opened today for en tries and the Labor day program in the evening The Allison mu nicipal band will play throughout the fair aa a contribution to the fair Rosios Minstrel revue will feat ure the Labor day evening pro gram Oliver Metzgar post of the American Legion will be in charge of the bowery dance all three eve nings Representative A C Wtllford of Waterloo will speak at the fair on Tuesday afternoon Tuesdays baseball schedule is p m Dumont vs New Hart ford 3 p m Shell Rock vs Greene Wednesday p m Allison vs Bristow 3 p m Park ersburg vs Aplington Child Care Training School Schedule for Floyd County Is Given CHARLES CITY Sept second years training school in child care will begin next week in Floyd county Mrs Alma H Jones extension specialist in child care will be In the county the entire week to conduct this training school The subject of the lirst les son is habit training The following schedule will be day Sept 12 Pleasant Charles Rlverton and Charles City will meet at the Washington school n Charles City Wednesday Floyd 3edar and Nlles townships at the home of Mrs E L Morey Thurs day Rockford Scott and Union ownships at the home of Mrs Dan Barth Friday Rock Grove Ulster and Rudd townrhips at the home of Mrs George F Brandau The plan of the training school s to have at least 7 leaders one rom each township or one from ach school district present at the meeting abor Celebration Is Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY Sept Fall Testival and Labor Day celebration s being held on Lon field today by he Immaculate Conception acade my to raise funds to conduct the school The program started at 10 oclock this morning with conces sions games and the circus that op crated at the Cresco fair A large dining tent was erected where wo men of Sacred Heart Guild served meals They were prepared to serve 250 a a time The nigh school band under the direction of Leo Schula furnished music during the day Speakers this afternoon were to in clude Mayor W K Carr and Lieut Gov N G Kraschel The business places in the city were closed for the day Teachers Meeting Is Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY Sept teachers meeting was held in the high school this morning prepara tory to the opening of the public schools tomorrow Separate meet Ings were held for the junior senior and grade teachers later The jun iorsenior pupils are asked to be in the high school at tomorrow morning to get their assignments The Catholic school opened a week ago Storage Session Planned CHARLES CITY Sept are underway to hold a vegetable storage meeting in Floyd county during the latter part of September according to W H Brown county agent An extension specialist frojn Ames will be present to demon strate the best storage methods Three Pastors Return Hold Church Services OHARLES CITY Sept vices were resumed in the Baptist Congregational and Methodist churches yesterday following the return of the three pastors who had been in Chicago and other places on their vacations Echoes of the In stitute at Clear Lake were given at the young peoples meeting in ttie First Methodist Church which rent 50 persons to the institute A re port of the annual ChicagoNorth west conference was given by the Rev Wesley Belling at the evening service in the Central Methodist church Hereafter the Central M E church will be in the English con ference aa the ChicagoNorthwest German conference has disband ed CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY Sept The Girl Scouts enjoyed a breakfast this morning in the park on Waverly Mr and Mra Chris Hauser re turned Saturday from a weeks visit with their son Milton and family at Robinson 111 and the Century of Progress in Chicago Chicago visitors for Labor day in clude Mr and Mrs Elmer Linda man and Mr and Mra Jones Hed dens Mrs Jennie VanAmberg who will stay this winter with Mrs Cora Sanderson was given a surprise party Friday afternoon at her home on North Jackson street Mrs VanAmberg has been ill for months with arthritis A C Campbell won the mens city handicap golf tournament by defeating Elmer Lindaman Mr and Mrs Riley Campbell re Lurned from Harrlsburg Pa where they visited Mr Campbells father C E Laun C J Castle B F Atherton sheriff and son Gordon left yesterday for northern Minne sota to fish for three days Mr and Mrs Charles Brownell 406 West Ferguson street who have Ived here for many years are mov ing to Mason City RicHard Cart Funeral Sons Widow Survive SWALEDALE Sept Funeral services were held Saturday after noon at the Baptist church for llchard Carr 77 who died at his icirie north of Swaledale after on llness of two days The Rev Mr Brenner of Sheffield officiated Richard Carr was born in Culpep rer Va Oct 16 1855 He grew to oung manhood In Virgnlnla and in 1875 moved to Illinois where he re sided seven years In 1883 he was married to Mattie Hitt and they moved to Bath township Cerro Gor do county After six years they purchased he farm onehalf mile north of Swaledale which had been their home 44 years Mr Carr united with the Baptist Church In Virginia when a young man On coming to Iowa he trans ferred his membership to the Swale dale Baptist church For many years he was a deacon He was presi dent of the school board when the new consolidated school building was erected He was serving as a member of the board at the time of his departure Surviving are his wife two sons Elza of DCS Moines and Roscoe of Swaledale one grandson Donald three brothers W W Carr and J H Carr of Des Moines and B Carr of Swaledale and one sister Mrs Julia Davis of Los Angeles Col Emergency Education Problem Study to Be Held in Washington DBS MOINES Sept 4 Mlsa Agnes Samuelson Iowa super intendent of public instruction wll attend a special conference of state school superintendents in Washing ton Sept 1516 The purpose of the meeting called by Federal Education Commission er George F Zook will be to study emergency problems in education andthe relation of education to the NRA program Miss Samuelaon said Miss Samuelson also was appoint ed recently to a national committee on public school work Interpretation for the National Education associa tion Her report will be presented Feb 24March 1 1934 in an NEA department meeting BEAVERSSHOW MEN REAL DAM Animals Are Successful in Making Structures to Hold Water GRAND MARAIS Minn Beavers can still teach man a few tricks when it comes to building a dam Capt R c Sanders commander of the Northern Light Civilian con servation corps north of here found that out The water supply of the camp on the Gunflint Trail failed one morn ing and Captain Sanders climbed the rock Idges over which only a trickle of water was falling to as certain the reason Beavers had dammed up the stream So the dam was tornout and promptly replaced by the beav ers Taking a cue from the beavers Captain Sanders then ordered a dam built as nearly like theirs as possible and had the water piped rom the reservoir to the camp But the camp beavers were less adept than the animals The man made dam leaked while the one nade by the rodents seemed water Ight But the beavers came to the escue They built nine more dams while the men were building one nd now the Pine Mountain creek Is fair sized lake Engineers have estimated it may e feasible to light the camp by hy roelectrlc power with a fall of sev ral hundred feet from the reservoir o the camp below By dnmming the stream the leavers have made it safe from reezing to the bottom this winter and a opring supplies pure water for drinking Mrs Furnish Funeral Is Held at Mitchell OSAGE Sept Henry Furnish 85 died Saturday here Shi had been a resident of Mitchell 46 years comingto that place from Charles City She was twice mar ried She is survived by her hus band a aon Jrvln Lambert of Mitchell and two daughters Mrr Elmer Bostetter of Mclntire and Mrs Harl Rltter living in Ohio Eighteen grandchildren and several great grandchildren survive Ser vices were held today at the Mitchell Community church in charge of the pastor the Rev An derson with burial in Mitchell cem etery Many From Greene Leave for Duties as Teachers GREENE Sept Who left for their posts were Alta Eikenberry to Seattle Wash Lorraine Hesalroad Oskaloosa Lillian Marsh Relnbeck Kathryn Doore Plalnffcld Merle Crandall and Zillah Morgan Rockford 111 Merle Kahiida Aurelia Maude Stober Logan Hilda Martzahn Lake Mills Marguerite MaGuire Osage Ruby McCarthy superin tendent at Dysart Ruth McCarthy Geneva Albert Kingery Klemme George Hardy Riceville Fray Luis de Leon Spanish poet and mystic was the greatest of all the Spanish mystics and one of the greatest of Spains lyric poets Thornton Picnic Race Winners Are Announced THORNTON Sept fol owlng prizes were won at the Com munity picnic Boys race first Stanley Floy second Dale Floy girls race first Edith Enabnet second Geraldine Schonermann hree legged race first C Sawyer and Milton Geer second Walter Daners and Harry TenIll sack ace Milton Geer fat mans race eter Wohler mens 100 yard dash rlilton Geer womens dash Viola Stauffcr pillow fight Walt Denora Waverly V F W Post Is Awarded District Trophy WAVHRLY Sept Joe W Cretameyer post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has been awarded the ninth district council of administra tion trophy for the period from Oet 1 1931 to July 1 1933 for the argest percentage of membership increase in the period The ninth district includes Iowa Kansas Mis souri Nebraska and South Dakota Rena Nelson New Head of Schools in Mitchell OSAGE Sept Rena Nel son of Mitchell the new county su perintendent took over the duties of the office Friday Miss Nelson is a graduate of state Teachers col lege at cedar Falls She has taken lome work at Northwestern toward icr masters degree She has been a grade teacher at Otranto and at Hayfield Minn assistant principal at Williamsburg High and the past hree years in departments of Latin English and dramatics at Garwln junior high SEPT 4 1933 RITES HELD FOR MRS A BLARSON Services Held in Home am Bethany Lutheran Church at Thompson THOMPSON Sept services for Mrs A B Larson who died Friday morning were conduct ed this afternoon by the Rev J JT Skarpneas at the home and at Beth any Lutheran church Interment was in the Rose Hill cemetery Mrs Larson was born near Ossian July 4 1858 When 13 years of age she moved with her parents to Win nebago county where she since re sided On July 121882 she was mav rled to Mr Larson Surviving are her husband and 10 children Sidney Larson Mrs T H Swenson of Minneapolis Mrs John Sterrenberg of Sheldon Mrs Ver non Sharp of Iowa City Mrs Selby Broms Mrs Lillian Mallinger of Garner Mrs Otto Alquist Myrtle Larson Elmeiand Arthur of Thompson 18 grandchildren two brothers and two sisters Holver Holverson of Regan N Dak Se ver Holverson of Vermillion S Dak Mrs John Iverson of Inwood and Mrs Anna Iverson of Britt TORNADO CAUSES HEAVY DAMAGE Farms Near Ayrshire Report Losses Woman Suffers Broken Arm EMMETSBURG Sept age of many thousands of dollars was caused in Ayrshire Saturday night by a tornado according to estimates made today The storm demolished barns outbuildings and parts of farm homes uprooted trees and caused other damage At the farm of J W Sager north of Ayrshire the house was stripped of porches windows and doors and he furnishings of the house badly damaged after the roof was blown off A barn and chicken house were blown down and 100 chickens were killed An entire apple orchard vas destroyed and loss on this farm was estimated at 55000 Several outbuildings were blown lown on the Fred McKee farm and Mrs McKee suffered a broken arm vhen she was hurled against the vails of her home In the town of Ayrshire windows were shattered doors blown off ind several roofs damaged Box ars wete blown over on the M and 5t L tracks but isleep in the cars escaped without njury Telephone and Alight wires vere badly damaged the Iowa Pub ic Service company of Emmets urg reporting more than 5300 dam age to its lines Crews were still iusy today repairing damage The path of the tornado was about 3 miles long although other torm and hail damage resulted to rops Auxiliary Units From Kossuth County Gather at Burt for Program SWEA CITY Sept nembers of the local American Legion auxiliary went to Burt vhere all units of Kosauth county were entertained by past county resident Mrs Luella Schenck of 3urt and Mrs Sadie Denton of Ti tonka past eighth district com mitteewoman The program was In charge of Mesdames Z Maudlin M rloward of Algona Sadie Denton of Titonka who gave the report of the state convention Eighty attended the meeting VIrs Anderson Elected Head of Stilson L A S STILSON Sept elected for the coming conference year in the Ladies Aid society in the J B church are Mra Lena An derson president Mrs Ethel Wil iams vice president Mrs May Long secretary Mrs Winnie Nail assistant secretary Mrs G C 3rickey treasurer Dows Minister Among 6 to Be Received in M E Groups CHICAGO Sept 4 Ger man Methodist ministers will be re ceived into the English speaking conferences of their church at two Iowa meetings this fall The Rev W H Schwiering of Muscatine will become a member of the lowaDes Moinea conference at Dea Moines Sept 19 The Rev G W Wessel pastor at Dows and Morgan the Rev S C Steinbrenner of ie Mars the Rev B I Hubbard of Odebolt and Rich land W J Loeck of Varina and the Rev F W Schneider vice president of Morningslde college will become members of the English Northwest Iowa conference at Humboldt Sept 26 The induction is part of thepol icy of absorbing German speaking ministers and their churches into the English speaking conferences A number of central and northwest states will follow the Iowa practice during the latter part of September and October GLAMOROUS GLENDA Beacom New Superintendent CORWITH Sept Cor with Consolidated schools opened today George W Beacom is the new superintendent and Miss Aline E Martinek of Wesley and Wes ley Stokenberg of Aplington are the new teachers Two departments were eliminated music and home economics Injured in Fall CSAuiS Sept Ballin er daughter of Mrs Laura Ballin jer suffereda fractured left wrist Friday afternoon when she fell from a ladder Vogel Funeral Held in Church at Rock Falls BURT Sept services for Gottlieb Vogel Grasston Minn were held at the Methodist church here The Rev J E Clifton had Jharge of the service He died at a Minneapolis hospital Friday He Is a brother of G J F Vogel and W H Vogel of this place Although exceeded in dimensions the lion and tiger the leopard ranks with them in grace quickness and ferocity VIcLaughlin Speaks at Convention in Garner GARNER Sept surprise feature of the young peoples con vention of the Presbyterian churches of Clarion Qoldfleld and Garner held here Friday night was a talk by Dr Ralph McLaughlin who has spent 15 years at Cairo Egypt in the Mission field Dr McLaughlin and family have been spending a year in America and the last few weeks at Goldfleld CORRECTION It was erroneously stated in Wednesdays GlobeGazette that there would not be a senior class in 1934 in Joice high school There are 10 Jn this class according to announcement from the office of the superintendent and enrollment is almost as large aa last year Duke Sims and His Famous Mixed Dance Band Will Play for DANCE Mason City Armory SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 We want you to hear these musicians Theyll present a fine musical program and specialn r ties Bargain price At Mason City THEATERS A rare addition to the blond array of the movie colony Is Glenda Farrell who wears a new black velvet gown with a gold belt to offset her ravish ing locks In this photo If you aro a fan of hers you can see Glcnda next in Havana Wid ows Captured the four star hit which showed to large crowds over the weekend closes its local en ageemnt at the Cecil theater Mon day evening Leslie Howard Doug os Fairbanks Jr Paul Lukas and Margaret Lindsay head the cast of his tremendous drama of three men vho loved the same girl If you en oy your pictures crammed with ac ion and romance see Captured As an erstwhile newspaperman Richard Dix dabbles in Hyuor love and advertising in No Marriage ies showing for the last times flonday at the Palace thaater In bis amusing story Dix handles a vomans love lightly breaks a cou le hearts and receives a big sur Hell a sensational melo drama pf submarine adventure starring Robert Montgomery Wal ter Huston Madge Evans and Jim my Durante is the attraction at the Strand theater Monday and Tues day Based on the famous novel Pig Boats the picture reveals a tlrrlng romance interspersed with he thrills of submarine warfare That laughable lovable pair Slim Summerville and Zasu Pitts play at the Iowa theater for the last imes Monday in Out All Night magine Slim as a meek backward mamas boy forced into marriage o protect his good name An ex ellent supporting cast is headed by Laura Hope Crews and Alexander George Arllss plays at the Cecil heater for four days starting Tues day in The Affairs of Voltaire enacting a role that Is a decided de arture from his previous charac erizations It will be remembered hat Voltaire was the profesional agitator of his time a man with a strong liking for women who se cretly courted the most wicked ady in Parld Arliss is again co starred with Doris Kenyon Willam Gargan is starred oppo Surf BALLROOM CLEAR IAKE Labor Day Dance TONITE SLATZ RANDALL GENTS 6oc LADIES 85c No Dance Tuesday Thursday September 7th HERBIE KAY site Frances Dee in Headline Shooter opening at the Palace Tuesday Gargan is seen in the most colorful occupation in Hollywood that of the newsreel cameraman Headlinge Shooter is the story of a lad who went through fire flood and revolutions but couldnt stand the Jolt when his girl turned him down Ralph Bellamy and Jack LaRuc are also prominently cast Little Orphan Annie of the funny papers is brought to life on the screen at the Strand theater Wednesday when Mltzi Green comes in the picture bearing that title Grownups will enjoy this picture Just as much as the younger people Other stars of the production in clude May Robson and Edgar Ken nedy After six months of intensive and hazardous filming In the Austrian Tyrol and Dolomite Alps Unlver sals special The Rebel has finally been completed and will be shown at the Iowa theater for three days starting Tuesday The film marks the return to pictures of Vil ma Banky and the reappearance on the American screen of Luis Trenker remembered for his work in The Doomed Battalion The thrills and action of mountain war This high pressure ad man wanted ELIZABETH ALLAN ir ASVT13R HJT PLAYS THE PALACE MAT 20C EVE 30C STARTS TUESDAY WILLIAM GARGAN FRANCES DEE SHOOTER RALPH BELLAMY JACK LARUE MONDAY TUESDAY NEVER BEFORE SUCH THRILLS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN ROBERT MONTGOMERY WALTER HUSTON MADGE EVANS JIMMY DURANTE ROBERT YOUNG WED THURS LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE EVENING 20C fare make this production unusually exciting If you liked Ronald Colman In Bulldog Drummond youll be more than pleased with his work in the absorbing mystery story The Mas querader The Masquerader plays at the Cecil theater soon with Elissa Land in the leading feminine role surprises come thick and fast in this romantic mystery produc tion Girls who have walked home from auto rides can sympathize with Ar llne Judge featured in Flying Devils film opening at the Palace theater Thursday Arline goes for an airplane ride with Eric the plane is forced down and Arline has to walk home however Eric walks with her Bruce Cabot Ralph Bellamy and Cliff Edwards are also prominently cast In the drama of mystery and ter ror written by Edgar Wallace Before Dawn the dead speak Stars of this sensational picture are Stuart Erwin Dorothy Wilson War ner Oland and Dudley Diggs and it will be shown at the SUand theater Friday and Saturday Tim McCoy rides ropes anil shoots at the Iowa theater Friday and Saturday in Silent Men Tims latest western Unusual feats on horseback a fine cast and an ex citing plot are features of Silent Men 1 IOWA Mat 16 c Eye 20c Children lOc JPKlAir SUM SUMMERVILLE ZASU PITTS OUTAU IGHT THE SCREENS TEAM OF TEAMS IN THE SCREENS SCREAM OF SCREAMS Cartoon Novelty Sport News STARTS TUESDAY THE REBEL LOUIS TRENKER VILMA BANKY 1 Last Times Today 4GREAT STARS4 LESLIE HOWARD DOUG FAIRBANKSJr PA U K AS MARGARETLINDSAY In 19S3s Most Exciting Screen Event mmm STARTS TUESDAY OLTAIRC Even Paris blushed when he did in 5 minutes what it took a king five months to accomplish Why did he secretly court the favors of the wickedest woman in Paris STARTS SATURDAY RONALD COLMAN The Masquer a der with ELISSA LANDI You Always Get Value Received When You Attend the Cecil J I ;