Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 5, 1933 · Page 12
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 5, 1933
Page 12
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^ 2-B MANY SEEKING P, M, POSITIONS Candidates at Burt, Ledyard, Armstrong, Titonka and Renwick Listed. ' Globe-Gnzette Washington Bureau. · WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 A total of 46 candidates have applied to the civil service commission for entrance to the examinations for six Iowa postmaBterships. The offices In which vacancies will occur, due to the expiration of the postmasters' terms Dec. 18, include: Armstrong, Burt, Ledyard, Lchigh, Berwick and Titonka. Seek Armstrong Position. Candidates for the 51,900 position at Armstrong- are: Fred W. Dar- iea, Bert L. Clark, LaVerne E. McIntire, Bert O. Peterson and Nona L. Link. Candidates for the $1,700 'Burt office are; Maude M. Hanna,. Arthur C. Blerstedt, Mrs, Agnes M. Stewart, Mrs. Lillian F. Sigler, Albert Staehle, Lula Hawcott and Let Ho C. Vogef, Candidates for the 51,300 Ledyard office arc: Mrs. Jessalle A. Wein- ·tjerger, Mrs, Ella McDonald and Roy A. Link. Candidates at Renwick. . Candidates for the $1,600 Renwick position are: Mary 11. Kea«T", Lucille M. KlaasI, Mrs. Anne M. L. Block, Maude Anderson, Cecil Brown, Leo P. Mlmbach, George S. Peters, Mrs, Inda M. Blesie, Hichard M. Goettsch, Harry H. Packard and Howard R. Granner. Candidates for -the 51.700 Titonka office .are: .Grace V. Brown, Lester W. Callies, Mrs. Lucy B. Newvllle, Luvia B. Craven, Homer C. Barbour, Stella Mae Brown, Theodore A. Dunmire, Frank Burger, Mrs. Margaret M. Wantz, Nathaniel Walsh and Mrs. Clara M. Bruns. GETS PRISON TERM Fassler Funeral Held in Church at Aredale AREDALB, Dec. 5.--Funsra services were held Saturday after non for August William Fassler, 63 in the Evangelical church by the Rev. L. Smith assisted by the Rev C. H. Hawn, the Rev. William Dryer and the Rev. Phillip Pfaltzgraff of Hubbard, the Rev. Fred Pfaltzgr.tff of Le Mars, the Rev. E. H. Heverly of Washta. a former pastor, and the Rev. Mr. Raecter of Dumont. Mr. Fassler was born at Stein, Germany, and moved to Butler county with his parents when one year old. He was married to Miss Dena Rademacher 38 years ago, and settled on the home farm two miles west of town where they since resided. To this union two daughters was born, Florence, dying i- 1918, 'and Miss Lavon, a Butler county'teacher. Mrs. Hazel Schnomier, 17, was sentenced to 10 years In prison in connection with a bank raid In Manchester. With her husband and three other youths, she was captured near K e n o s h a, Wls. (Associated Press Photo), Abraham Tweeten, 69, Pioneer in Winneoago, Dies; Funeral Frida LAKE MILLS, Dec. 5.-- Abrahar Tweeten, 69, one of Winnebag county's prominent farmers, die Sunday night at his farm home fiv miles southwest of Lake Mills. Mr Tweeten who had been in poo health all fall was seriously ill jus two days previous to his death, du to Brlght's disease. Mr. Tweeten farmed here nearly all his life, Surviving are his wife and nln children, three brothers, Ole and Halvor of Lake Mills, J. A. of D Forrest, Wls., four sisters, Mrs. T A. Thorvelson. Miss Gunhild Twee ten of Lake Mills, Mrs. Ebrlck of Crosby, N. Dak., and Mrs. Tviet of Mahnomen, Minn. Funeral services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and 2 o'clock at Winnebago church, the nev. Mr. Huseth officiating. Burial will be. at the cemetery there. Mrs. Benedict, 77, Is Honored on Birthday NORA SPRINGS, Dec. 5.--Mrs. Sumner Benedict celebrated her seventy-seventh birthday Sunday when a dinner was given in her honor. Those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Helm of Rockford, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Carter and family of'Osage Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Blandon and Vincent and Donald of Orchard, Miss Vera Benedict of Crystal Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bishop and daughter, Miss MInette, of Rudd. The last named also celebrated her birthday with Mrs. Benedict. Mrs. Hanson Funeral Is Held at Ridgeway . RIDGEWAY, Dec. 5.--Funeral services for Mrs. Olavas Hanson, 61, who died at her home five miles north of here Friday morning, were conducted yesterday afternoon at the Orleans church, the Rev. H. M. Normann officiating. Burial was made in the adjoining cemetery. She la survived by six children Henry, Bertha of Chicago. Oscar, Mrs. Swen Malgran of Ridgeway. Mrs. Spencer Kjose of Ridgeway and Elmer at home. Grove Will 1 Erect Arches for Decorations EAGLE GROVE, -Dec. 5.-- The Chamber of Commerce committee on Christmas decoration will soon start work for the holiday season. This year the plan Is to construct arches on each corner 6£ the .business section and in the middle of each block. A prize- will also be offered 'for the beat decorated store window, and for the best Christmas decorations on the lawns in the residence district. Henry Ligget Funeral Is Held at Nashua Church NASHUA, Dec. 5.--Funeral services, were held Sunday at the Methodist church for Henry Ligget 60, who died Thursday at the state hospital in Independence, the Rev G. C. Lusted officiating. Mr Ligget, who \?as born on a farm near here, had lived in this locality all his life. Surviving are two brothers Tom of Nashua and Charles of' Charles City, and a sister, Miss Mary Ligget of Nashua. Two Suffer Injuries in Crash Near Algona ALGONA, Dec. 5.---.Two cara collided on highway 18 five miles west of Algona Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson and Ralph Reidet were the occupants of one car, Ralph receiving a bad scalp wound. Mr. and Mrs. Schemel Kucker were the occupants of the other car, Mrs. Kucker suffering a scalp wound. The Kucker car was demolished. The accident happened in the heavy fog. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWO SENTENCED AT NORTHWOOD Mason City and Gordonsville Men Will Serve Year at Anamosa. NORTHWOOD, Dec. 5.--Richer Solum of Mason City and Everet Swensrude of Gordonsville, Minn were each sentenced to serve a yea in the state reformatory at Ana most by Judge M. F. Edwards In district court yesterday afternoon on their pleas of guilty to charge of operating an auto without th consent of the owner. They will be taken to Anamosa this week. Solum and Swensrude took a ca belonging to G. C. Tumvold an Donald Talle last Wednesday night Swensrude was later found asleep i the Talle car in an intoxicated con dltlon, offlcera said. A stove whict had been taken from a Gordons ville home was found in the back o the car. The Tun-old car was found parked near the Turvold home on Fourth street, with a bicycle belonging t a person from GlenvIHe in the bad seat of the car, Swensruda an Solum had been Been together an Solum was arrested in Mason Cit, on a warrant issued last Augus charging him with operating t motor vehicle while intoxicated. On his plea of guilty to the new offense the old charge was dismissed. Nils Gylleck, Former Kensett Businessman, Dies; Rites Are Hek KENSETT, Dec. 5.--Funera services for Nils Gylleck, who dlec. a his home suddenly, were helc Sunday at the U. L. church with tee Rev. Mr. Sigmond In charge Burial was in the Kensett cemetery Mr. Gylleck was bora in Sweden Feb. 19, 1864. He came to America in 1891 with his brother, John Gylleck. He began working In a creamery at Campton, 111., with his brother, Olaf. On Dec. 12, 1896, he was married to Ida Peterson, who with one daughter, Mrs. Clarence MikkeJson of New Hampshire, survive. The Gylleck family came to Kensett in 1909 and owned th« creamery here until 1918 when he retired from that work. Sheffield Women Give Nora Springs Program NORA SPRINGS, Dec. 5.--A rogram in atory and song was given Sunday afternoon at th« Baptist church by five Sheffield women who attended tile missionary conference under the auspices of the Council of Churches of the Des ·loines area. The five women were: »Irs. Fred Eickmeier, Mrs. E. E. Salinger, Miss Alta Rust, Mrs. Henry Rust and Mrs. Clyde Yount, -vho sang The Holy City. These five 'ent to Charles City Sunday even- ng to give their program. Thompson Man Starts Serving Jail Sentence FOREST CITY, Dec. 5.--LeRoy Aske of Thompson started to serve a. 60 day term in the county jail this veek. He was convicted at the Sep- ember term of illegal transporta- ion, and was sentenced to a 60 day erm and a fine of $150, with an ad- itional jail sentence in default of he payment of the fine. He was ar- ested last spring by Sheriff J. F. Johnston while driving north Thompson. of Mrs. Miller Funeral Is Held at Cresco Church CRESCO, Dec. 5.--Funeral rites were held yesterday for Mrs. Alltce Miller, G8, conducted at the , Assumption church by tha Rev. E. J. Dougherty, with burial in Oak Lawn emetery by the side of her hus- )and. One son, Lloyd Milier, survives, and a sister, Miss Stella O'Brien, all of Cresco. MEAT CHAMPION Harry Hege, Jr., Lafayette, Ina., was adjudged champion meat animal raiser for 4-H members-at the Chicago livestock show. The prize included an agricultural college scholarship. (Associated Press Photo). AAA Program Insures Success of Fairs in 1934, Corey Declares CHICAGO, Dec. 5. UP)_The administration's agricultural adjustment program should Insure the success of 1934 fairs and expositions, President A. R. Corey of the International association of fains and expositions told its annual convention today. Corey predicted that relief of the farmer from the burden of debt and low prices would revive the interests of livestock men and other exhibitors in the annual expositions. Reviewing the operation of fairs and expositions during the last few years, Corey declared that a survey of 21 large shows in the United States and Canada had shown that most of them operated at a profit during 1933 after having been burdened with a deficit the previous year. "Four or fivt years ago if you had old this group of men that It would e necessary to reduce all operating penses by 30, 40 and in some cases per cent still giving the public a food fair many would have thrown up their hands in dismay and declared such a thing would be utterly impossible," Corey said. "Yet that s exactly what'-vlrtually all of our- alrs have accomplished, and accomplished successfully. So successfully, in fact, that by this year nearly all fairs were back on an even keel and able to operate en- irely on their own income." Dumont School Band Will Give Concert Wednesday DUMONT, Dec. 5.--The school and, under the direction of R V Leach, Waverly, will give a concert at the school auditorium Wednesday eve. Marcella Johnson will play L trombone solo, Beryl Shreve and xmis Pfaltzgraff, a cornet duet, Dorothy Barlow a baritone solo, lorge Sorenson, Marcella Johnson and Lavon Raoker a trombone trio, and the entire band of 24 pieces wili play several numbers. STARTER GENERATOR IGNITION SERVICE Central Battery and Electric Company Well have plenty snow I his winter --he's a wise car-owner who has WEED CHAINS in his car! 1HE finest engine in the world can't pull a car out of snow nnless .-. the wheels have traction--such as WEED Chains put there. But they have got to be on the wheels to do any good. Not hanging in the garage or lying in the store. Don't take a chance with snowy, slippery roads. Get a set of WEED Chains today. Keep them in your car, so you'll have them handy when you need them You can be sure they're WEEDS by the gray galvanized side chains, the brass plated cross chains, the red connecting hooks and tie name "WEED" stamped on every cross chain. WEED CHAINS DISTRIBUTED IN THIS TERRITORY BY SIEG- MASON CITY COMPANY oleHflTn DlKtrlhlltsiriz A titjx.nnf L.r* *^~...l__ * « _ _ . . , Tlrcg and Oil Mnson City, Iowa UARE NAMED AS STATE VETS Scantlebury Reappointed in Frankb'n and Juhl in Mitchell Counties. DES MOINES, Dec. 5. UP)--Ray Murray, state secretary of agriculture, has announced appointment of It assistant state veterinarians. New appointees are: Drs. L. N. McNay of Garden Grove, Decatur county; R. V. Beard, West Burlington, Des Molnes county; A. H. Toejnk, Iowa City, Johnston county; R. E. Collins, Oskaloosa, Afa- haska county; G. B. Van Tuyl, Paul- OECBMBER 5 mm 19S3 Una, O'Brien.county; F. F. Ballard, Ashton, Osceola county, and F. E' Ludgate, Fort Dodge, Webster county. Reappointments are: Drs. F. W. Taylor, 'Osceola, Clarke county; Ed Scantlebury, Hampton, Franklin county; H. L. McRoberts, Columbus Junction, Louisa county; C. B. Juhl, Osage, Mitchell county; J. W. Haxby, Clarinda, Page county, and A. Kaderabek, Fort Dodge, Webster county. Dr. Forest Davis, Moulton, Appanoose count3'. Body Buried at Nashua. ALTA VISTA, Dec. 5.--The five months baby girl, Marion June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schmidt of west of here was buried at Nashua Sunday · afternoon. The baby died suddenly Friday. It was the only child and their first born. Heinselman Is Named Preoident of Farmers Elevator at Plymouth , PLYMOUTH, Dec. S.--At the annual meeting of the Farmers' elevator at the schoolhouse Saturday afternoon, officers elected were: G O Heinselman, president; Ingloff Mottland, secretary; A. Spaumann vice president; Charles Armstrong, treasurer. At noon a luncheon was served furnished by farmers' wives and corn cakes were judged before dinner and Mrs. Charles Armstrong received first prize. Mrs. A. Anderson was second, and third prize went to Mrs. Sam Graverson. Project Survey Made. GARNER, Dec. 5.--County Engineer Charles F. Merten of Garner and Mr. Hutton, chief engineer o£ the Iowa Conservation department, Des Molnes, made a survey of the Twin Lakes project Monday that la to be started soon under the CWA. MRZEN Cold Kit Special price Most Men Prefer Useful Gifts! I WHAT IS MORE USEFUL THAN SOMETHING TO WEAR? if you select it at his favorite store! Wise spending--the essence of thrift--suggests useful Christmas gifts--and sensible economy. So it's Gildner's to the rescue. Our value standards are so high, stocks so large, selections so varied, that you will surely find just what you want to appease the most exacting taste--the most limited budget. Stop worrying--let us help you. 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