Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 17, 1936 · Page 55
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 55

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBt'-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 17 1936 THREE CHARLES CITY NEWS Nora Springs Man Is Sentenced for Theft of Poultry on Farm CHARLES CTTY—Robert L. Eaton, Nora Springs, who pleaded guilty to the charge of larceny ot poultry from the L. Pedelty farm near Nora.Springs, was sentenced to three months in jail by Judge M H. Kepler. Eaton has been in jail since Oct. 26 when Mr. Pedelty on whose farm he worked swore out the information. Louis Fletcher, Jr., pleaded guilty, to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and received a three months jail sentence. He was put in jail 51 days ago but this will not apply on the sentence. Justice John McGeeney fined Melvin Baldwin $10 and costs when he pleaded guilty to operating his truck without a tail light. John Gorman pleaded guilty to the illegal possession of intoxicating liquor and Judge Kepler sentenced him to serve three months in jail at hard labor. The trial jury was called Thursday morning to try the case of the state against J. L. Dalgetty who is charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Mrs. Monroe Funeral Will Be. Held Friday CHAKLES CITY—Funeral rites for Mrs. Minnie Monroe will be held Friday afternoon at the Lindaman funeral home with the Rev. W. F. Belling officiating and interment in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Monroe died in th'e hospital at Independence where she was placed last week. She is survived by her husband, Bernard Monroe; her father, Herman - Eottleman, Northwood; two sisters, Marie Anderson, Ellendale. N. Dak., and Anabelle Jasper, Northwood: four brothers, Carl Bottleman, Charles City; Leonard Bottleman. Barton, Wis.; Elmer Bottleman and John Bottleman, Northwood. Charles City Briefs Farm Bureau Plans of Drive Are Considered CHARLES CITY—Forty men * from 12 townships in Floyd county met in the K. P. ball to discuss Farm Bureau organization problems and plan for the 1937 membership drive. I. E. Troutnow of Benton county, organization director, was in charge of thu meet- Ing. The question of dues will be taken up at the annual meeting to be held in the Lutheran church Dec. 21. CHARLES CITY—A panel discussion on neutrality made up the program at the meeting of the A, A. U. W. at the home of Miss Ethel Waller. Miss Charlotte Magdsick reported on the international relations conference held in Grinnell. At the close of the discussion Mrs. Erwin Larson, chairman of the international relations committee, read the legislative program of the A. A. U, W. for the year. Mrs. Lois Scofield was elected worthy matron of Excelsior chapter, O. E. S. Other officers are Robert Whipple, worthy patron; A. B. Fluegel, associate patron; Rena Robeson, association matron; Faye Summers, secretary; E. Vera Witzel, treasurer; Florence Von- Berg, conductress; Martha Eggert, associate conductress. Installation will take place Jan. 5. Mrs. Dayton Mather of Greene who had a major operation in the hosoital has been taken home. Charles Erickson, Rockford, who has been a patient in the hos- jjta) has returned home. Charles Erickson, Rockford, who has been a patient in the lospital has returned home. R. L. Malmsten acted as Santa laus at the Christmas party given for employes of the J. .C. D enny store Tuesday evening. Mr. Malmsten is manager of the store and his three children contributed musical numbers for the enjoyment of the 26 guests. Mr. Malmsten and his assistant were presented with gifts by the employes. The Elks will give a Christmas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 22 in their clubhouse. They will also sponsor a carnival dance New Year's eve in the Ellis auditorium. Miss Gladys L. Stigen «and George C. Danielson, both of Lime Springs, Minn., were married in St. John's Lutheran parsonage by the Rev. C. G. Prottengeier. The couple was attended by Myrtle and Ben Thiel, also of Spring Grove, OPEN EVENINGS FRI.-SAT. THIS WEEK MONDAY - TUES. - WED. NEXT WEEK Coaster Wagon . </<?, LJndaman Elected President. CHARLES CITY—Elmer land- aman was elected president of the Tri-Cpunty Funeral Directors association which met in the Garden cafe. Other officers are pie Knutson, New Hampton, vice president; H. W. Grossman, Charles City, secretary and treasurer. On the board of directors are Mr. Lundt, Nashua, Chickasaw county representative; Mr. Schrader. St. Ansgar, Mitchell county representative, and Chris Hauser, Floyd county representative. Rites Are Held for Schutjer, Titonka, Who Died Suddenly TITONKA—Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for George G. Schutjer who died suddenly Monday afternoon from a heart attack. Mr. Schutjer was born near Ackley, June 3, 1871. He and his wife lived in Grundy county one year and then moved to the vicinity of Titonka where they settled on a farm. Mrs. Schutjer died in a Mason City hospital in June, 1936. 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