The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 16, 1936 · Page 7
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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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SEVEN 1936 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 SCHMARZO, 95, OSAGE, IS DEAD Served in German Army From Age of 16 to 21; Eight Children Left. OSAGE -- August Schmarzo, 95, died of old age infirmities here early Thursday. He was bom June 9 1S41 in Germany and served from 16 to 21 in the German army, then coming to a farm near Little Cedar where for several years he and James Duryea, now of Osage, lived together. Fifty-nine years ago Mr. Schmar- zo was married to Gustie Hensel She and four daughters survive Mrs Nick Lorenzen of St. Ansgar Mrs James Willis o£ Osage, Mrs. A Grover of Osage and Mrs. Earl Lewis of Osage and sons, Earnest August and Max of Osage and William of Detroit. Burial will be in Little Cedar, probably Saturday. Case llSetded After Jury Hears Some of Testimony in Court CHARLES CITY--A suit brought riv Elizabeth Freebury against Mrs. Jessie Goddard Cero, administra- trix of the estate of Mary Ann Goddard, was settled Wednesday m judge J. J- Clark's court for SSOO after being partly tried before a alter uemg H"""J , , ea c^n fnr iurv The plaintiff asked 53,640 for care of the late Mary Ann Goddard from Nov. 28, 1929 to 1935, a period of seven years, at the rate of ?10 a W The court granted the application for extension of a foreclosure of real estate mortgage in the case brought bv the Equitable Life Assurance society vs. Fred Towner. The continuance was granted to March, 1937 Jens Grothe, county attorney, filed information against Floyd Dunkelberg, RocWord, charging him ·with driving while intoxicated. He was arrested early Sunday morning Howard Dinkel Wed to Dorothy Lois Jeffrey CHARLES CITY--Howard Clark Dinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkel, and Miss Dorothy Lois Jeffrey Missoula, Mont., were married Wednesday to the Little Brown Church in the Vale by the Rev. E. W. Huelster, pastor of the Congregational church, Charles City. The marriage was witnessed by the members of the immediate families and a few close friends of Miss Jeffrey The attendants were Miss Olive Arness of St. Paul and John R Dinkel, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served at the Charles Dinkel home, 401 West Kelly street. Miss Jeffrey, a graduate of the Minnesota university school of nursing, has been employed for the past three years at St Croixdale, Prescott, Wis. Mr and Mrs. Dinkel will reside at 60o North Jackson street. Larceny Charge Against Eagle Grove Man Dropped C H A R L E S CITY--The case against Tim Thomas, Eagle Grove, was dismissed by Justice John McGeeney Wednesday. He was charged with the larceny of an overcoat. Ralph Wright, proprietor of the inn vhere the coat was taken, testified hat Thomas took it with the undertaking that he was taking it in place of his own which was taken and promised to return it to Cedar Inn Saturday. Thomas said be went to the inn at 7 o'clock but no one was there so he took the coat with him to Eagle Grove. The court ordered him to pay the costs and re:urn the coat. Funeral for Kraus, 23, to Be Conducted Friday CHARLES CITY -- Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Edward Leroy Kraus, 23, who died Wednesday in the Cedar Valley hospital of acute leukemia. He was born in Charles City and lived here all his life. He is survived by his wife whom he married on Feb. 3. his mother, Mrs. Nettic Kraus, and a sister, Mrs. Ralph Goddard, all of Charles City, also a brother, Harold Covington, Ky. The Rev. G. A. Hess will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Meteoric Career Charles City Briefs Will Live in Charles City. CHARLES CCTY--M. E. McClain district supervisor of the Central States Theater corporation, Des Moines, will move to Charles City Mr McClain who has been with the theater company eight years wil supervise the theaters in Charles City Algona, Oelwem and Esther ville in this part of Iowa and m Al bia, · Chariton and Centerville in southern Iowa. CHARLES CITY--The first gun shoot of the season will be held on the Charles City Gun club grounds Sunday at 11 a. m. The second appeal of the Floyd county pension case has been taken to the Iowa supreme court through the attorney general, Edward O'Connor. The resistance of the Floyd county board of supervisors to payment of old age pension expenses was upheld by the supreme court in a previous decree. E. S. Fyler who leased his mill on Court street while he was living emporarily in Clarion, has taken ack the business and is in charge f the mill. Mrs. Mary Miller had a major op- ration in the Cedar Valley hospi- ;al Wednesday. Hillis Noon, who was associated with Ralph Zastrow in his law of ice, has moved to Fayette county. Dr D A. Kinney went to Des Moines to attend the annual convention of the Iowa State Association of Optometrists which will be n session three days. A large crowd attended the father and son banquet in the First M. E. church Wednesday night. Dr. J. M. Walters acted as toastmaster of the program which began with an address of welcome by Charles Laun and response by Charles Trusty Paul Auringer led the singing and Fritz Holcker played a violin solo followed'by songs by the high schoo bovs' quartet. The main address was Siven by Coach Whitford of Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls Mrs. Andrew Kout o£ Nashu read a paper on "Old Forts" at IOWA LICENSES IN SHAPE OF CORN ARE PROPOSED BY FLYNN DECORAH -- State Reprcsenta- iv e Joe Flynn, Decorah, has suggested that Iowa license plates be nade in tie shape of an ear 01 orn. In a letter to Lew Wallace, motor vehicle department, Des Moines, Flynn writes: ··Iowa is mown as the state where the tall corn "rows--why not carry out the dea in a practical and clever manner by making the license plates m the shape of an car of corn? No matter where an Iowa car trav eled persons would be reminded o Iowa's corn producing powers. Th unusual shape of the tag would cause comment and would star conversations resulting in advertis ing for Iowa. The additional cos in manufacture would be offset b the favorable publicity Iowa woul receive." Hi?h school girls in Mill Hall, Pa donated for flood relief all the mon ey they had saved for a spring tn to Washington. They'll probabl never know what a narrow escape they had.--Boston Transcript. T I K One of »he most meteoric careers in Hollywood has been that of Rosalind Russell, who shot to stardom from obscurity In a few months and won acclaim for her role, opposite George Raft hi "It Had to Happen." cgular meeting of the D. A. R. at the Anderson tearoom. Old Fashioned Landau Shipped to Hollywood CHARLES CITY--An old fashioned horse drawn landau was loadec on the train at the Illinois Central station and shipped to Waterloo where it will be routed to Hollywood Cal., to he used in the mov ies F M. Shores. Waterloo, pur chased the vehicle for the Fox Film corporation from the Sylvester es ta-te It has been housed undisturbe in the Sylvester building on Wiscon sin street for more than a quarte of a century. QUALITY MOTOR OIL COSTS ONLY 245*0* A QUART Eight shorfminutes is all it takes to have your crankcase drained and refilled with the proper grade of Iso=Vis"D" for Spring, at Standard Oil Stations and Dealers--where you see the sign of] · Plus 2% Iowa Retail Saks Tax.51 a qt. pin* fW«wJ Tax I i a qt.-total 26f a cjnarf. STftNDARD OIL SERVICE Copt. 1936. StzndiiJ Oil Co. 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