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March 24, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE,.MARCH 24 · 1937 CCC CAMP AT HAMO.N ; ':1tt^HOM)----PE^.eOUSE APRIL 4 i VISITORS WILL SEE PROJECTS Will Mark Fourth Year of Conservation' -Corps Establishment. HAMPTON--The fourth anniversary of the establishment of Civilian Conservation corps camps will be observed by CCC company No. 2717 with open house.Sunday, April 4, from 1 to 6 p. m. Residents of Mason City and other communities in North Iowa have been invited camp. .Residents to visit and inspect the of ; this and other communities are cordially invited torattend the program planned for the occasion. This is one of many similar programs- at CCG. camps throughout the nation in which the enrollees, supervisory personnel and the public are joining in celebration of the corps' fourth birthday. Will Show Chart. "Guests will be shown through the'camp by various, members of the company who will act as guides and will explain and show how the boys are housed, fed, clothed, educated and entertained. A huge chart placed in one end of the mess hall will be of interest to the guests while drinking coffee and munching doughnuts. The committee, in charge of the open house refused to divulge any details regarding the chart, stating that they were reserving that as the surprise section of the program. Sight-seeing buses, which will be the actual trucks in-which the boys ride to and from work, will take passengers ,to the work project every half.hour, but 'visitors inay drive private cars if they wish, as guides will be stationed at points of interest to explain each section of the project. . Open Park June 1. · The project is the construction of a state park to be''"known' as Seed's Lake. The park will be opened June 1. The bathhouse and dam have been completed and there will be a public beach, picnic area and: boating and fishing facilities. Fish rearing ponds are being built below the dam. The dam is the largest masonry construction of its kind in the United States built by CCC labor. : First Lieut. Arnold F. A. Kluever, junior officer, and Earl M. Kileore, senior foreman, comprise the committee in charge of formulating the open house- program. A'welcome has been extended by Capt C R Benbrook, commanding L officer. _ _ , --Y ,_,, The following members of the company are enrolled from this locality. Lloyd Allen, Erwin Ferris, Donald Fisher, Tony Flores, Robert Ereudenberg, Clarence Glazier, Marvin Hoveland, Donald Howard. Lester Huntley. Lawrence Klein, Louis Klein, Ralph-Marker, Sylvester Martinez, Richard MouTin, Robert Moss, Martin :Shinn, Norman Svendal, Marion Thompson, Bill Badker. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Mason Gityan, Whose Car Hit Patrolmen's : Car, to Have Hearing HAMPTON--A charge of reckless driving was filed Tuesday h the court of Justice D.'W. Parks against C. A. Chase of Mason City and a hearing set for Thursday afternoon. Information was filed by Patrolman Faber and Reese. The patrolmen's car, parked on the roadside, was struck by a car driven by Chase Monday evening ·'six miles west of Hampton. Faber, standing on the running board of his car, jumped to avoid being injured. His car was badly damaged. The car driven by Chase went into the ditch and rolled over three times but Chase was uninjured.. Gresco High Cagers and Wrestlers Are ;. Honored at Banquet ·CRESCO -- Members of the Cresco high school wrestling football and basketball squads were banqueted Monday evening in the school cafeteria with a group of Cresco businessmen as sponsors. Coach B. A. Thompson presented letter awards to Clarence Ernst, Lawrence Hayes, James Mclntire, Francis Owens, Willard Peterson, Robert Weaklen and John Tlusty of the basketball squad. C. - F. Flannagan, wrestling coach, who had a successful season winning ten dual meets in Northeast Iowa district championship, awarded letters to the following boys: Grant Tuttle, Leonard Bateman, Gerald Reutlinger, Raymond Dean, Paul Hanson, Oscar Moen, Victor Moen, Norbert Chehak, John Connolly, Roland Lickteig, Hubert Easier, Leonard Culbert, , Leonard Broghammer and Craig Queel. . · · ' . . ' Partnership Is Dissolved .ALTA VISTA--The firm of Nehl and Hentges, dealers in windmill and pumps, dissolved partnership, effective Monday when H. Harold Nehl senior member of the firm' purchased the interests and accounts of his partner, Clem Hentges. Mr. Nehl will continue in the business as sole owner. Mr. Hentges made no public statement regarding his plans for the future. From Fort Snellingr. ALEXANDER--The Rev. Sherman · Arends of Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives and preached in the United church Sunday morriing. Go to Iowa City. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ryan and Miss Agatha Downing of Rockwell left for Iowa City Monday where Mr. Ryan and Miss Downing will receive medical attention. At Rites in Hollandale. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Eilert Madderman, Mr. and Mrs. Claas Madderman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Madderman, Mr. and Mrs. George Madderman and Fred Madderman attended the funeral of Mrs. Dodo Harms, mother of Mrs. George Madderman, at Hollandale, Minn. Leaves for Chicago. DOUGHERTY -- Thomas McManus left Sunday morning for Chicago with a car load of sheep. Visit at Milbahk. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barkema and daughter spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Leibing, at Milbank, S. Dak. · , :'. · Leaye : for Pierre. . · '·· BRISTOW--Mr, 'and. M r s . Charles L. Yost left. Sunday for Pierre, S. Dak., to.be present Tuesday to bid on roadwork contract. Visits in Williams. S WALED ALE--Murl T a y l o r who is employed in Williams, is spending several- days-, with his parents, Mr. and'M_rs; Ralph Taylor. Mrs. 'Nelson Hosless. BURCHINAL--Mrs. W. E. Nelson entertained the Burchinal ladies' aid society .at her home Friday. This society has just purchased, a piano f o r . the M. E. church. From Twin Lakes. " ·HANLONTOWN--Miss ' Sophie Paulsen employed in Twin Lakes the past 3 year's spent a week at her home on the Martin Paulsen farm" home. Visits at DCS Moines. THOMPSON--F. B. Fraizer motored to DCS Moines Saturday to visit his brother, E. D. Fraizer and family and sister, Mrs. Stanley Cooper and 'family. y. Attend Druggists Convention. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr: and Mrs. D. R. Snell left Monday for Des .Moines .to .attend a . druggist onvention * Daughters Are - B orn. PLYMOUTH--Mr and Mrs Dale Young. are,parents of a baby girl. This is their second child, the other one a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Godfrey are parents of a girl born Monday, March 22. This is their fourth child. Entertainment Is Given. BURCHINAL^-The entertainment given at the ladies' aid halt by the "Young People's Forum" was given before a capacity house. The ladies' aid society served a lunch at the close of the performance. 824,000 in Soil Pay. NEW HAMPTON--The Chickasaw county soil conservation committee Tuesday was distributing 234 checks which amounted to ap- Judge at 33' Youngest federal judge in the U. S., Alfred P. Murrah, 33, is sworn in.at Oklahoma. City. Ho will have a, roving assignment in the fourth federal district. He remarks that he will be ready to-quit when he is 70. "I shall have had 37 years on the bench," he says, "and by that time I'll lie ready to retire." Daughter Is Born. STACYVILLE--Mr.' and Mrs. Casey Adams are parents of a daughter born Monday. Home From Story Ctiy. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Harriet Gutman, who teaches at Story City, came Saturday noon to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gutman. Visitor From Minneapolis. DOWS--Miss Margretta Gunderson, teacher at Minneapolis, came Saturday night for a visit during the Easter vacation in the home of her father, M. S. Gunderson. Recovering- From Illness. BURCHINAL--Mrs. E. B. Nelson, who had been quite seriously ill for some time, is now able to be up and around the house again. Visit Hospital Patient. BRISTOW--The lour Wessels young folks, Jake Jr., Lorraine, Donald and Margery, accompanied by Delores Ashwprth and Darrell McGeachy, went to Iowa City," Sunday, to call on Mrs. Jake Wessels, who is in the University hos- iptal following a serious operation. Visit at Whitten. S WALED ALE--Mrs. D w i g h t Fernau and daughters of Carpenter accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Fernau and Mrs. Jennie Ingham to Whitten Saturday to visit the latter's brother, Joe Baker, who is seriously ill.with heart ailment. Waterloo's Stores Agree on Minimum Pay, Shorter Hours WATERLOO, group of 30 Waterloo stores, including the several largest, reduced working hours and established a minimum wage of $13 a week for all em- ployes except apprentices at a meeting of retail merchants here Tuesday. Beginning March 29, stores will be open Monday to Friday from 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. and 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. during July and August. The Saturday hours will be B a. m. to 6 p. M. the entire, year. Stores previously have been open Saturday nights until 9. Aged Northwood Woman Suffers Fall Injuries NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. M a r y Gullickson, 82, a widow, was taken to the hospital in Albert Lea Monday, having received a fractured hip late Sunday night when she fell in her yard. Her calls were heard by neighbors who came to her aid and carried her into her house where she received emergency treatment and was taken to the hospital by ambulance the following morning. Hurt Kicking At Hog TITONKA -- Bradford Buffington was injured Sunday evening when dividing a peri of hogs. One of them tried to get out of the pen and he kicked at it to keep it in. In so doing, he seriously wrenched his knee. He will be forced to stay off- his feet lor about six weeks. 36 SCHOOLS IN DEBATE FINALS Clarion, Thompson, West Union Representing North Iowa. IOWA CITY -- Thirty-six Iowa high schools have qualified debate teams for the final round of contests at the University of Iowa April 1 and 2, it was announced by Prof. A. C. Baird, secretary of the Iowa High School Forensic league. The official entrants, representing four districts in three classes, include 16 schools In class A, 12 in class B, and 8 in class C. Some of the schools will be represented on both sides of the question, some on only one, and in class C one team from each school will be prepared to debate-both sides. Question for all of the debates will be government ownership and operation of all electric utilities. Two speakers will appear upon each team. Fort Dodge in class A is the only 1936 champion to qualify for the 1937 finals. These are the qualifiers for the Dodge, Central tournament: Class A--Fort of Sioux City, Spencer, Ames, Cedar Falls, Clarion, Oelwein, Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids, Boone, Jefferson of Council Bluffs, Lincoln of Council Bluffs, Dowling of Des Moines, Davenport, Iowa City, Burlington and Newton. Class B--Rockwell City_ £2), Laurens (2), Pocahontas" (2), Manchester (2), Teachers High of Cedar Falls, West Union, St. Angela of Carroll, Mapleton, Mt. Ayr (2), Greenfield (2), University High of Iowa City (2), and Cincinnati (2). Class C--Immaculate Conception of Cherokee, Northwestern academy of Orange City, Primghar, Orange City, Elkader, Thompson, St. Paul's of Defiance, and Waukee. MRS, KAPENOS, CALMAR, DIES Funeral H e l d ; " Husband and Five Daughters Survivors. CALMAR--Mrs. Joseph Kapenos, 64, died early Monday at her home here from heart trouble. Mrs. Kapenos had been in poor health the past five years. Frances Chezek Kapenos was born March 9, 1873, at Spillville. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Chezek. She was married Oct. 26, 1891 to Joseph Kapenos. They moved to Calrnar in 1812 where they resded since. Mrs. Kapenos is survived by her husband and four daughters, Mrs. August Lauck of Elma, Mrs. Willis Giesen of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Peter Stenseth of Calmar and Miss Mildred of Minneapolis. One grandson survives, Vernon Stenseth, Calmar and one brother, John Chezek of Cresco. Burial was held Wednesday. Services were held at the Calmar Community church, the Rev. A. C. Prust of Burr Oak, officiating. $1.5,000 SUIT OPENS IN COURT Action at Hampton Based] on Auto Accident in Mason City. HAMPTON--Testimony was begun in district court Tuesday afternoon in the case of Phillis Paul vs. Edna and C. A. Card in which the plaintiff asks ?15,OQO damages lor' injuries received when she was struck by a car driven by C. A. Card, belonging to Edna. Card. The accident occurred July 11 at Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street in Mason City as the plaintiff was crossing the street. .; The suit was brought for the plaintiff, a minor, by her mother, Mrs. Alma Paul of, Mason City. Her attorney is Stanley .Comfort of Mason City. Attorneys for the defendants are Leming and Hobson of Hampton. The jury includes Mrs. A. R. Vorthmann, Mrs. FJoyd Allen, C. J. Small Fred Hughart, Jerry Beenen, C. M. Saylor, Mrs. Dwight Purcell, Neil Burman, A. W. Schaefer, Mrs. Hollis Folbrecht, E. E. Claypool and August Schaefer. The case of H. M. Coggeshall, Des Moines attorney, vs. C. F. Bokmeyer of Sheffield, in which Coggeshall sued for attorneys fees, was decided in favor of the plaintiff and he was awarded his full claim of 553.85. Coggeshall presented his own case and Bokmeyer was represented by J. J. Sharpe of Hampton. \ proximately 524,000. Has 87th Birthday. PLYMOUTH -- Relatives . and friends of Samuel Willford remembered him on his eighty-seventh birthday Saturday with a postcard shower. He has been confined to his home this winter because of illness. New Station Agent. LYLE, Minn.--F. L. Mortimer FAILURE A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins has been appointed station agent here L for the Great. Western. He has rented the Hughes house and will bring his family to Lyle soon. Continuances Are-Granted. ALLISON--The past .week the Butler county district court has been holding hearings on moratoriums. Continuance was granted in all cases except two which were First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago vs. Cornelius Abkes and Independent Order of Foresters vs. Jans Van Loh. Honored at Shower. S E X T O N--A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday afternoon in the hall here for Mrs. Harry . Felter, formerly, Arlene Brethorst. She was married Dec. 19, 1936. Mr. and Mrs. Felter will make their home on a farm south of the State Park, near Algona. Mrs. Felter is a teacher in the Martinek school northeast of Sexton. Visit at Minneapolis. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Halverson and son, Donald^ motored to Minneapolis, Saturday to visit their son, Walden and daughter, Margaret. Mr. Halverson and Donald returned Sunday evening. Mrs. Halverson will visit there for some time. Daughter Is Born. CLARKSVILLE--A 10% pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vito Ciavarelli Monday, March 22. She has two brothers, two sisters and a half sister. Returns After Winter. WHEELERWOOD--Mrs. Sarah Kisner returned to her home after spending the winter with her daughters at Chapin and Thornton. Return From Alexandria. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graf returned home from Alexandria, S. Dak., where they spent the past week visiting relatives. For Week's Visit. DOUGHERTY -- Miss Frances McDonough of Rockwell came Sunday for a week's visit at the Return From Minneapolis. DOUGHERTY. -- Daniel O'Donnell and ,John_ Brislin returned from Minneapolis Sunday where they have been visiting since Thursday. Visitor From Adams. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Hagen o£ Adams, Minn., visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tesse Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. George Dunri, over the week-end. Home From Waterloo, DOUGHERTY -- Mrs. James Carrigan, who. spent .last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Kinery of Waterloo, returned home "Sunday. Preaching at Shell Rock. GENEVA^-The Rev. F. .V. Getty went Sunday to Shell Rock where he will preach at the Methodist church for their Lenten services this week. Returns to Austin. CALMAR--Mrs.. Le.ander Fisher returned to Austin, Minn., Friday after a week spent with her father, Frank Uher, Sr., who has been sick. _ Superior at Eldora. LATIMER -- The Girls' Gles club ranked superior in the contest held at Eldora Saturday. Miss Ruth Jurgens also ranked superior. They wilt compete in the contest at Nevada which will be held soon. Arrives From Indiana. CALMAH. -- Arnold Larson of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Saturday for an extended visit at the home of his father, Kent Larson. Suffers Heart Attack. GREENE -- James Pringle, 86, suffered a heart attack Monday when he was on his way from the down town district to his home on Third street southeast. The attack came as he was near the railroad tracks others and J. E. took him Grayson and to his home where he recovered. Goes to Mnlinc. CALMAR--Frank Condfion left for Moline, 111., where he will spend a few days visiting relatives. Returns From Hospital. ORCHARD--Franz Bilharz returned from the Mason City hospital Saturday where he had an operation some three weeks ago.- Returns From Tama. PROTIV1N -- Mrs. Katherine Kovarik and sons returned home from Tama where she was called on account of the illness of her father. Return From Texas. O R C H A H D--Mr. and Mrs. George Walter returned Sunday evening from a trip to Texas and Mexico where they visited Mr. Walter's sister. They were gone three weeks. Buys Barber Shop. GALT--Bernard Keefe of Ulmer, has purchased the barber chop equipment of E. H. Bray and took possession Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bray and two children will leave as soon as school is out for the state of Washington where they will make their home. Mason Cltyans Buys Dairy. CLARION' -- The OK Dairy, owned by E. A. Breckenridge and Russell Long, was sold Monday to Skougland and Bailey of Mason City. The new owners will take possession. April 1. Pontenberjr Named Postmaster LITTLE CEDAR -- Ross Pon- tenberg has been appointed postmaster at Little Cedar, to succeed Mrs. May Runkle. The office equipment was moved to his grocery store Monday afternoon. 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