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December 23, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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:S^£$3*ftEaOT«e^,rc?U3*^ DECEMBER 23 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Marble Rock Teachers Are Away on Vacations MARBLE ROCK, Dec. 23.-Teachers in the local schools are spending their holiday vacations in the following places: Supt. and Mrs. Larson, Meltonville, and Granada, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Conklin, Nashua; Mr. and lira. Duncan, Grundy Center and in New Virginia; Miss Allen, Ames; Miss Kinseth, Bode; Miss Scott, Hampton; Miss Govro, Rockford, and Miss Britten, Soldier. To You We extend our compliments of the season, and may it hold a wealth of Good Cheer for you. Maple Inn East on Highway No. 18" Phone 1839 MERRY CHRISTMAS, FOLKS And may GOOD HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND FORTUNE be by your side all through the coming year. Federal Clothing Stpre . 115 SOUTH FEDERAL U,S, MAY DEPORT JAPANESE YOUTH "Prince" Held in Jail for Shooting Classmate at South Dakota U. VERMILLION, S. Dak., Dec. 23. W)---A. decision on whether to deport a Japanese student at the University of South Dakota, charged with assault with Intent to kill, today rested with immigration department officials at Washington. Yukichl Yoshida, self styled Japanese "prince" was remanded to jail here yesterday in default of $1,000 bond after being bound over to the March term of circuit court on a charge of assault growing out of the shooting of Vernon McCann, a classmate, a. week ago. McCann was wounded in the hand. After the court arraignment, at which Yoahida waived preliminary examination, a deportation hearing was conducted by William Nyquist, immigration service inspector, who said a decision probably would he made at Washington in ahout six weeks. If Yoshida is not deported he will be tried here on the assault charge. Yoshida testified at the deportation hearing he also had attended Hamline university, St. Paul; the University of North Dakota and the University of Iowa, saying he had "trouble" in all the schools except Iowa. However, at the North Dakota and Minnesota schools it was said there was no official record of any trouble, although he had several minor disturbances. Pastoral poetry is a kind of poetry in which the incidents, thoughts, and emotions of cultivated society are presented under the disguise of rustic life. UNITED FRUIT CO. Wishing You A Very Merry Christmas NATIONAL FRUIT CO. School at Dumont Closes and Teachers Leave; Many Students Come to Homes DUAIONT, Dec. 23.--The consolidated school closed yesterday afternoon for Christmas vacation. Supt. R. H. Atchison and family will spend Monday and Tuesday at Independence. Principal and Mrs. Franz Rausenherger have gone to Earlham, Miss Nelle Jane Keithly, St. James, Mo.; Miss Dorothy Hoffner Chancellor, S. Dak.; Miss Helen Derscheid, Eagle Grove; Miss Harriet Brindley, Cedai' Falls; Miss Margaret Hult, Swedcsburg; Miss Mary E. Beeeher, Cedar Falls; Miss Luella Kuethe, VVaverly; Miss Merle George, Waterloo; Miss Flora Toet- ter, St. Ansgar; Miss Virginia Graham, Cedar Falls. Teachers who have been away teaching and are home are Miaa Floy Akin, Adalr; Donald Pfaltzgraff, St. Ansgar; Dwight Minert, Floyd; Miss Wllmina Roll, Delaware; Miss Ruth Meehan, Kamrar, Supt. and Mrs. Fred Griner, Doon. Students home are Miss Nona Collins, Cedar Falls; Clifford Day and Earl Allen, State University Iowa City; Miss Merle Meehan, Mason City, and Miss Helen Wilcox, Rockford, 111., will spend Sunday and Monday at their homes. Teachers in Northwood Go to Homes to Spend Christmas, New Year's NORTHWOOD, Dec. 23.--With the close of school for the 'holiday season, members of the local public school faculty whose homes are elsewhere left Friday evening and early Saturday to spend Christmas and New Years with relatives, as follows: Miss Esther Webb, principal, Oelwein; Miss Evelyn Davis, commercial instructor, and Miss Arlipe, music teacher, Marshalltown; Miss Lorna Meyer, English teacher, Breda; Miss Gwendolyn Selleck, home economics, Dows; William Becker, science, Waveriy. Miss Hazel Neely, mathematics teacher, left for Winterset and to visit at Des Moines; Miss Marie Meyers, third grade, near Sheffield and also visit at Kansas City; Miss Evelyn Simonson, second grade, to LeRoy, Minn., and will then visit in Minneapolis; Miss Marguerite Johnson, fourth grade, and Miss Julia Young-, kindergarten, to Iowa Falls and Webster City respectively. Miss Marcille Christensen will remain in Northwood with relatives until after Christmas and will then go to her home at Clarksville. Supt. and Mrs. E. A. Prehm will spend a week with relatives in Eagle Grove and Dubuque. Coach Henry Thomas and his family will spend a part of their vacation period with relatives in Rock Island, III. | Merry Christmas | SWIFT CO. ! MASON CITY I Merry Christmas Northwestern States Portland Cement Co. General Offices, Gth Floor First National Bunk Bldg. CELEBRATE DINE AND DANCE J ROMA CAFE I 3£ « eg « §g *£ 3£ Hhm*' -3TM 151/2 SECOND ST. s. \v. f£ SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT ^ SATURDAY . . . SUNDAY . . . MONDAY §g Juicy Steaks--Chinese and Italian Dishes 4£ a Specialty § EVERYONE HAS A GOOD TIME HERE! ·3$ I A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL Today, of nil days, when peace and contentment hover over mankind, we wish for you your fulsome shars of good will. C. L. PINE LOAN CO. , /£.-) OF M OF MASON CITY 100 at children's Tarty. FOREST CITY, Dec. 23.--More than 100 children attended the Legion children's party held in the high school gymnasium last evening. An hour of supervised play was followed by a visit from Santa Glaus who distributed bags of candy to the children and also gave each of them a horn. 0 Best Wishes And, may we add, a Merry Christmas, that the friends who have been constant will know that their patronage has been appreciated. Republican PRINTING CO. PHONE 272 119 East State We extend to you our heartiest wishes f o r a delightfully Merry Christmas and hope it will fulfill your highest expectations. S* S* Kresge Company DOLLAR STORE PRINCES INDICTED FOR THEFT ,2V .Indictments) charging Prince Serge Mdiviuti, left, ivml his brother, Prince David Bldlrnni, two of tho three "marrying Mdtvixnis" of this former Georgian kingdom, with 1-1 counts of grand t h e f t hi connection with their operation of the Pacific Shore Oil cmnpnny, hnvi- been returned by a grand jury at Los Angeles,. Daviil, former htisbiuul of Blue Murray, movie actress, and Serge, one-time husband of Mary McCor- mlc, opera singer, were cluirgcd with the theft of ?S7,047.5ii'from the company treasury since Feb. 13, 1931. They arc officers of the company. CHARLESCITYNEWS Many Towns Will Send Delegates to School on Training Leaders CHARLES CITY, Dec. 23.--The second annual leadership training school sponsored fay the First Methodist church will begin Jan. 15. Churches from New Hampton, Nashua, Floyd, Greene, Osage, Riceville and Little Cedar will participate. Four courses will be offered as follows: The Study of the Pupil, the Rev. H. F. Mercer, Rudd, teacher; The Old Testament, the Rev. John Kern, Osage, teacher; Training in Worship, the Rev. Ralph Collis, Charles City, teacher; Religious Education in the Family, the Rev. John DeLong, Nora Springs, teacher. Sessions will be held Mondays and Thursdays, Jan. 15, IS, 22, 20 and Feb. 1, Floyd County Groups in Corn-Hog Campaign Named for Townships CHARLES CITY, Dec. 23.--Members of the committee for the different townships in Floyd county who will serve on the corn-hog 1 campaign committees have been chosen as follows: Rock Grove, O. W. Morphew, Fred Freese, Seth Cheney; Rudd, O. G. Brandau, Clarence Fell, J. H. Brandau; Floyd, Will Troge, John O'Brien, W. J. Schmidt; Cedar, C. H. Newton, Fred River, H. R. Packer; Niles, Dick Cumrnings, W. E. Fix, Henry Regel; East St. Charles, Henry Benz, Harold Winter-Ink, Ben Bunn. West St. Charles, Henry Greensweig, Ray Flnhercr, Fred Korns; Ulster, J. Hillraan, William Kruse, C. J. Vietmeier; Rockford, Frank Shook, Jesse Heft, Robert Merfeld; Union, Andrew Jandle, Louis Staudt, Clarence Barr; Pleasant Grove, Joe Burkhart, A. J. Prlngle, Earl Neal; Riverton, Ralph Wilcox, H. C. Jakel and B. G. Butler. Jay Hillman is county chairman and F. E. Tracy is secretary. Filing of certificatce for corn loans has decreased the last few days. Last reports were 222 farmers had filed for loans amounting to ? .117,841.40. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Dec. 23 -County Treasurer Charles Laim stated all present maintenance warrants outstanding can now be cashed. This does not apply to court and poor warrants. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes McRorjerls will have a family dinner Christmas day which will include Mr. and Mrs. Truman O'Harrow, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Atherton ami Mr. and Mrs. Harry baby and O'Harrow. Mayor and Mrs. W. JC Carr and Mr. and Mrs. William Herhrechts- meyer will entertain out of town relatives during- Christmas. Mrs. W.' A. Gibson, Washington, mother of Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Herbrechts- meyer, Ruth Gibson, who teaches at Fort Madison and a brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C T. Mercer of Deg Moines wilt be here for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Studier, 103 West Kelly street, will entertain at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Studier, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Graening, Mr. and Mrs. George Kaiser of Waveriy, Mrs. Reed Corson and .son, James of Carthage, III., also their daughter, Aloha, Chicago, and son, Norman, a student at Ames. New officers elected by the Luther league are as follows: President, Gladys Krumrcy; vice president, Clarence Bahr; secretary, Bernico Youngerman; treasurer, La Verne Meinccke. The Christmas programs presented by the children of First M. E. and Congregational churches will be at 4:30 Sunday afternoon. The j Christian, Lutheran, Central Methodist and Baptist churches will have their programs at 7:30 Sunday evening. The children's program in Hie Wcsleyan M. E. church will be given tonight. Christmas services in the Catholic church wilt Include three masses, one of which will be at midnight. Balloon From Wavevly Is Found 65 Miles Distant WAVERLY, Dec. 23.--A balloot) released during a Santa Claus parade ut Waveriy was recovered the next day by a farmer near ElUport, ten miles from the Mississippi, having' traveled more than 05 miles. LIVESTOCK PRICE STATE REVIEWED Farmers and Packers Make Their Resolutions and Observations. OMAHA, Dec. 23. UP)--The farmers and packers looked at the livestock price situation here yesterday and made their resolutions and observations--the farmers first and the packers soon afterwards. Chief among the resolutions of the farmers, who met in a protest meeting 1 , were those advocating cessation of direct buying and feeding livestock by packers and asking for an investigation of "concentration group buying and selling of farm products." H. H. Roberts, head of the Omaha livestock exchange, said the attendance at the meeting was 4,000. The packers, in a statement released by the institute of American Meat Packers, declared that during the first months of this year the production of meat and lard was 900,000,000 pounds more than that of the same period a year ago and declared that "under existing conditions of purchasing power, the marketing of such a considerable higher amount of meat and lard hag been very difficult." "The result of these economic factors," the statement said, "is that the going market of meat represent;;, in practice, the approximate level at which the current supply can be sold." Marble Rock P. T. A. Hears Features From Rockford MARBLE ROCK, Dec. 23.--The Christmas program arranged hy the Parent-Teachers association was given before a large crowd Thursday evening. This was the December meeting- and sponsored by Mrs. Guy Gates, Mrs. Harold Mills and Miss Madge Govro, teachers. Pupils of the tower grades gave the program, added features being tap dancing by Yerhes and Palmer of Rockford and a vocal solo by Ernest Crawford of Rockford. Bolmoml Ulit.*, IMt Out. BEL.MOND, Dec. 23.--Fire in t.i. upper story of the Cohen Produce station here last evening was extinguished by the fire department. The blaze was soon brought under control. Mr. Cohen said the origin of the blaze was unknown and damage was small. The huilrling is owned by Martin Lewis of Mason City. CHRISTMAS NIGHT Monday, Dec. 25 At Mason City armory. Opal Murray will sing and entertain. Red Wilson's orchestra. Pa Clement's amplifying system. Big variety Christmas decorations. North rowans, college and university students homo for the holidays--all will be at this dance--and celebrate. By Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Couples Sl.OO--Extra Ladies 25c. | A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND I A HAPPY NEW YEAR | TO YOU Sg IS THE WISH OP 1 E. W. CLARK GO. N 1 GREETINGS TO ALL OF THOSE NEW AND OLD FRIENDS WE OFFER A GIFT OF GOOD WISHES Not only that your Christmas may be bright--but that every clay of 193-1 may bring happiness. HAMILTON SCHOOL of COMMERCE The Best of SEASON'S GREETINGS TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. ~f HvKunil SI. S. I-:. I'tinnn 3EHO Hearing on Winnebago Extension of Electric Lines Will Be Jan. 9 DES MOINES, Dec. 23. (UP)--A hearing on petitions for erection of 29.2 miles of high tension electric power lines in seven Iowa counties will he held here Jan. 9 by the Iowa board of railroad commissioners. The application on which arguments will he heard at that time follow: Jefferson county: Iowa Electric company, Cedar Rapids, one and one-half miles. Winnebago county: Interstate Power company, Dubuque, one and six-tenths miles. Dubuque county: Interstate Power company, Dubuque, one and eig-ht-tcnths miles. Allamakee county: Interstate Power company, Dubuque, one and eight-tenths miles. Monroe county: Central Coal company, Oakaloosa, six miles. Shelby county: City of Harlan. 15 miles. Greene county: M. J. Folcy, Grand Junction, one and one-half miles. 400 Quarts of Beer Are Destroyed in Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 23.-Sheriff George C. Murray Friday destroyed 400 quarts of beer, 41 gallons of alcohol, one gallon of moonshine whisky and 250 empty bottles. MERRY CHRISTMAS Greetings From CHAS. RITZ THE "TAVERN" Kanawha Library Is Open Daily With Help of CWS ICANAWHA, Dec. 23.--The Kanawha public library Is now open every afternoon instead of only three times a week as formerly. This is a pnrt of the CWS work and Mrs. L. Evans has been employed to assist the regular librarian, Mrs. Knudsen. Kanawha Alumni Party Will Be Held Dec. 26 KANAWHA, Dec. 23.--Lismoro Maland, Kanawha high school alumni association president, announced that the annual alumni party will he held at the grade school building on the evening of Dec. 26. Each alumnus has the privilege of bringing a wife, husband or friend. NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET BUEHLER BROS. 31-t S. Federal I'hono 910 Merry Christmas . . and come out for BARHEQUED MEATS IMbs, chiclten, hum, pork--extrn delicious because harbcqued the old- fashioned way. Fine sumlwiuhcs, potatoes any style. BOTTLED AND KEG BEER Blue and Dance. I'tcnty of parking space. Wo u'lint you to Iiavu u good time out here. FORMERLY THE LEHIGH LUNCH 25th Street N. W., V 4 mile west of the vluduct In Brick Imildlng-- only one on 25th street. Ideal Plumbing and Heating Co. Now Located at 14 '/z East State St. Phone 705 At t h i s Holiday Season we are move than pleased to extend greetings «nd thank o u r many friends f o r t h e i r patronage. Mason City Laundry Col South Jackson Phone 738 GHW3TMM Throughout this holiday time we'll be wishing you all the blessings of the season, in the true Christmas Spirit -- a spirit that is for us an expression of tlcep sincerity and gratitude for your favors of the year. Jeweler

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