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Â·rwo MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 12 1933 BREEDER GROUP NAMES OFFICERS Boehmler Head of Franklin County Holstein Cattle Association. HAMPTON, Deo. 12.--The annual meeting: of the Franklin county Holstein Cattle Breeders association was held Saturday evening in the Farm Bureau office and the following officers elected: President, James H. Boehmler of Hampton; vice president, Cullen Barney, Chapin; secretary-treasurer, Chris Miller, Alexander. The directors are James H. Boehmler, Cullen Barney, Chris Miller, Raymond Shroyer.and Charles Showalter. Plans were made for a meeting to be held in January for awarding prizes to the Holstein winners of the awards at the Franklin county . fair. This meeting- will be for the 4-H club boya and girls and then- parents. Northwood Chorus to Present Light Opera NORTHWOOD, Dec. 11.--Members of the Northwood high schoo chorus directed by Miss Arline Urban, instructor of public music of the Northwood schools, will give Gilbert and Sullivan's light opera "H M. S. Pinafore" at the Northwoot theater Wednesday afternoon and evening. This, is the first time in a little more than 10 years that this popu lar production has been used as the vehicle of the Northwood high schoo vocal 'group for its annual program. Rehearsals have been in progress-for several weeks. Â· Those who will carry tio principal parts in the production are Duane Crossley, Gordon Larson, Charles Stevens, Hall Dillon, Ray Perry, Martin Sandman, Horace Mellem, Stella Huso, Fern White, Marjorie Narum, Clarice Ranum. Mrs. McDaniel Funeral Is Held at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, Dec, 12.--Funeral services for Mrs. Herman McDaniel were held at the Methodist church yesterday afternoon in charge of the Rev. W. G. Muhleman of Algona, formerly of this city. Surviving are the husband and several brothers and sisters. ' Sheriff Seizes Slot Machines at Belmond BELMOND, Dee. 12.--R. B. Wilson, Wright county sheriff, raided five local business houses and confiscated five slot machines. Sheriff Wilson took the machines to Clarion and announced contents would be turned into the.county school fund. The business houses were the Schultz pool hall, Schultz Drug company, Roberta cafe, Brady pool hall and the Cook poo! hall. Agriculture Students at Cresco E n t e r t a i n Fathers With Banquet CRESCO, Dec. 12.--The seventh annual father and son banquet was served last night at the high school cafaterla' as the agricultural club boys entertained their dads. The definite object is to acquaint the fathers with the general high school work being carried on. Billy Burns was toastmaster. Supt. D. J, Robbins presented each of the men members of the faculty who explained the work of his department. County Agent Paul N. Payne explained the corn-hog program, and two of the alumni, Neil and Merrick Gassett, who style themselves as the Sorrel Serenad- ers, entertained with several musical selections. Winners in Declam at Whittemore Announced WHITTEMORE, Dec. 12.--The public school declamatory contes held at the academy hall was largely attended. Mrs. Donald Weir of Burt was judge. Places were: Oratorical, Lillian Kucker, first; Erwin Koenecke, second. Dramatic Myrtle Barber, first; Lillian Helci- enwitb, second. Humorous, lola Barber, first; Dorothy Heidenwith, second. Work in Two Shifts. NASHUA, Dec. 12.--Seventy-two men are employed here under the CWA, ten of whom were added to the number yesterday. There are two shifts with 25 men each, dig- ing and crushing rock in the Chickasaw stone quarry. The remainder are working on graveling streets in townvand on the water mains. Ships TOO Sheep. ORCHARD, Dec. 12--George Hill hipped about 700 sheep Monday. Emmetsburg First in Judging Contest Held for Schools in County EMMETSBURG, Dec. 12.--In the third annual county high school ;rain and judging show Saturday, Dmmetsburgf's judging team Â· won 'irst and was awarded the silver :rophy, Second place went to the Mallard high schoo] team. High !n- divjdua! honors went to George Sharts of Cylinder who received a jold raeda!. Ben Henkelvig of Cylinder and Arlo Martin of Mallard won second and third Individual awards. Bluffton Woman, 77, Succumbs at Decorah DECORAH, Dec. 12.--Mrs; I. L. Sibert, 67, Bluffton, died Sunday if ternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Williams, Decorah. Death was caused by heart disease from which Ehe had suffered the past year. Funeral services will be held on Thursday afternoon at the Willis and Ness funeral parlors at 1 and at 2 o'clock at the First Methodist church, with the Rev. O. Sandbach officiating. Burial will be made at Bluffton. Kate Murdock was born in Bluffton. She was married in Bluffton to I. L. Sibert, who survives. Three daughters also survive, Mrs. J. G. Johnson and Mrs. George Williams, Decorah, and Ada at home. 100 Girl Scouts Gather at Honor Court Session POPEJOY, Dec. 12--Nine members of the local Girl Scout troop accompanied by their leaders, the Misses Miriam Hotchkiss stud Marion Marriage, also Mrs. Hettie Hotchkiss and Mrs. W. E. Maltby were guests at a court of awards at the high school building in Iowa Falls Saturday afternoon. Nearly 100 girl scouts were present Including troops from .Hampton, Sheffield and Popejoy. An interesting program was given and Velma Jacobsen and Marvelle Boyington, local girl scouts, took part In the talking and laughing contests. Opens Filling Station. RUDD, Dec. 12.--Ernest Ryner, who has been employed at Nora Springs, is now manager of the "'hamplin Refining company station tere. He opened for business yesterday. CHARLES CITY NEWS Former Charles City Man's Water Colors Exhibited in Library CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.--A dozen water colors painted by Rug- sell Parr, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Parr, 20i Tenth avenue, during a two years sojourn in Greece, are on display in the local library- His work has been shown several times in Chicago, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Md., Andover, Mass., and Washington but this is the first time his paintings have been displayed here. Several other pictures are now in a show in New York City. Mr. Parr Is a graduate of the local high school. He attended Grinnell college for a year and then Served in the World war for two years. He studied in the art schools of Chicago and St. Louis, Mo., and spent the last two years abroad. During this time he studied in Brittany and Greece, traveled in England, France and Italy viewing the pictures in the museums and historical collections. Mrs. Parr's father is Dr. George Edward White, president of Antolia college, Salonica, Greece. Both Mr. and Mrs. Parr learned to speak the language while In Greece where they lived for months in part of an old Byzantine castle built in 1145. Two views of this castle done In sunlight and moonlight colors are In the New York display. The Parrs are now in Washington, where Mr. Parr is studying painting and teaching children's classes. He has also painted some stage settings for plays there. Man Fined $5 and Costs on Charges of Assault CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.--Frank Woodward, Jr., pleaded guilty to the charge of assault and battery before Mayor W. K. Carr yesterday. He was fined 55 and costs- Woodward was involved in the fight Saturday night when Jess Peper tried to separate him from Fred Schneider who flourished a knife and cut Peper badly several places on his neck, hip and leg. Peper Is in the hospital and could not appear at the hearing schedulfid for Monday when Mr. and Mrs. Schneider were to appear. Mrs. Schneider came out of the house with an ox at the time of the fight and she and her husband are now in jail. Reports at the hospital were that Peper's condition is serious. Godfrey to Speak at Annual Floyd County Farm Bureau Meeting CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12--Every Farm Bureau member has been urged to attend the annual meeting to be held In tha Ellis auditorium in Charles City Saturday, beginning at 10;30 a, m. and continuing through the day. George Godfrey, former master farmer and now assistant to the president in agriculture at Iowa State college, will speak at 1 p. m. The Legel family of Nashua consented to furnish special music. The German band of the Charles City high school will play during the noon hour.- It is hoped that many will attend the forenoon meeting in order that the various reports and other business matters may be completed before dinner. Election of officers will be held in the afternoon.. Every family attending should bring sandwiches and a covered dish. Fingerprints nre Taken. CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12--Fingerprints were taken by Sheriff B. F. Atherton yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Howell and Mr. and Mrs. A- F. Wyatt, transients held In jail for Investigation. They were arrested Saturday after Mrs. Howell and Mr. Wyatt had a scrap at a local filling station and Mrs. Howell filed charges whiti she refused to press. They will not he released until reports of the fingerprints ate returned from Des Moines. Butchering Demonstration Planned, CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.--A farm butchering demonstration wilt be held for the young men's organization at the county farm Wednesday by C. W. McDonald from Ames. The demonstration will start at 9:30 a, m. and one or more hogs will be dressed during the forenoon. At noon the boys will eat lunch brought by themselves. Chester Blomberg has returned to his home In Albert Lea, Minn., and nis place as clerk in the Gamel store was taken by Gordon Marston. Mrs. Bentley's Songs Win Favor When Given at Charles City Club CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.--The original songs of Mrs. Elizabeth Wilbur Bentley, local composer, fvcre sung last evening at a musical program arranged by Miss Gusta Clemens for the St. Charles club at the home of Mrs. L- H. Henry. A dozen songs arranged for soprano and a young girl's voice were sung by Mrs. M G. Smith and Marion McFarland with Mrs. Bentley playing the accompaniments. Every song and accompaniment was the expression of rhyme, rhythm and melody in a unity of performance as the composer said was her aim when she had an inspiration for a theme. While Mrs. Bentley has written children's songs since she was a girl that have delighted her friends, it is only recently that she attempted songs for the adult voice There is a lilting quality in her songs as she composes on themes such as fairy shoes, bird notes, rainy days, daffodils, May morning, etc. The text and music are complimentary to each other. Mrs. Bentley says she cannot compose to verses other than her own. A new number was a Christmas hymn sung by little Miss McFarland. Current music news was presented by Mrs. H. J. Huber and Miss Clemens preceding- the musical progr'am. Mrs- Henry and Mrs. Guy Martin served refreshments during the social hour. Schedule of Lessons in Child Training Is Given CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.--The fourth lesson of the child care training school is being given in Floyd county this week by Mrs. Alma H Jones from Ames. The schedule oJ meetings, was changed because of the annual meeting being heia Saturday, Dec. 12, Rudd, Rock Grove and Ulster will meet at the home of Mrs. Jay HillmaB. Dec. 13, Pleasant Grove, Riverton, St Charles, Cedar, Niles and Floyd townships and Charles City will meet in the Washington school in Charles City. Dec. 14, Scott, Union and Rockforc townships will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Strate. BodyofMrs.Cline.80, Sent From Charles City CHARLES CIT V , Dec. 12.--The body of Mrs. Juliet Cline, 80, was taken to Waterloo this morning and from there will be sent to Irene, 111., where services and interment will tnke place. Mrs. Cline who had lived here 15 years died Saturday at her home, 302 Illinois street. Surviving arc six daughters, Mrs. D. D. Lane, Mrs. Everett Monroe, Mrs. William Fitch, Charles City; Mrs. H. O. Strawn, Cherry Valley, III; Mrs. L. L. Strawn, Belvidere, 111.; Mrs. D. M. Cobb, Minot, N. Dak., and eon, Wallace Cline, Rockford, 111. . flan Achievement Day. CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.-^-The township chairmen for the home project work will meet with Mrs. N. May Larson Thursday, Dec. 21, at 1:30 p. m. to formulate plans for achievement day and to get suggestions for completing the training s'choolT. The meeting will be held in the Farm Bureau office. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Dec. 12.--Wilbur Miller, Floyd county-farmer living near Nashua was handed the first corn loan check for $440 by Merten Klaus, cashier of the First Security Bank and Trust company. The Ipans for corn average about a dozen a day. Mrs. F. L. Dayton of Hartford, Miss., who visited her brother, Earl Stewart and family, went to Mason City to visit her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Otto. Baldwin are the parents of a daughter born at their home on Seventh avenue. G. C. Hunt, district deputy of the Rotary clubs, of Guttenberg, spoke at the regular meeting of the local club yesterday in the Hildreth hotel Mr. Aiken who will supervise the work on the stream bed just below the Main street dam for the Iowa State Board of Conservation was a guest of Erwin Larsen. The project is under the CWA and work was started Monday. -0 More in Winnebago j B e g i n on Forest City, Buffalo Center Works FOREST CITY, Dec. 12.--Forty nore Winnebago county residents ent to work yesterday on CWA rejects in the vicinity of .Forest Ity and Buffalo Center. Â· Five men were transferee! from IB Forest City athletic park project i join 20 new men put on a street Â·aveiing project in Forest City. Ten en from Buffalo Center and hompson have been assigned to iin the crews on the county gravel- ig project. The town of Lake Mills has pro- ured the approval of a project to aint and decorate the school build- ngs. Ten additional men will be put o work early this week on s-atc .ghway Improvement work, 5 Iymouth Insect Exhibit Shown at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS, Dec. 12.--Sev- ral hundred insects whose color vals that of the rainbow were hown as the program of the C resent, club at the home of Mrs, I. C. ronson. J, O. Hansen of Plymouth lowed this collection gathered by 1m in many years. Moths from outh America, Germany and Scot- and were included. Play Will Be Given at Sexton Wednesday Night SEXTON, Dec. 12.--A home talent play, "The Blue Bag" will be given Wednesday night at the hall here by a cast of 12 young persona of Sexton and community. Since Its erection In 1930, 300,000 persons have visited the Pioneer Woman statue at Ponca. City, Okla STEPPING.. I'll say they're stepping. Just about the best cigarette you ever smoked: Chesterfields are milder Chesterfields taste better f5 ^3? I * estertie EVERYTHING BOXED FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING After Your Name Madam's He'll Look for Ours! For AfteV All'., .,,j Â·* AbetÂ£i^So Inc. . . . 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