Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 14, 1949 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 14, 1949
Page 22
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His.n City GIob.-Giiette, *Mi,on CUy. U May File for Exemptions Until July 1 Persons who want homestead exemptions have from Jan. 1 to July 1 0 £ each year in which to file, according to J. P. Manley, city assessor, instead of Feb. 1, fu a PJ? eared in Monday's story on the filing for homestead exemptions. ^ The city assessor urges, however, that exemptions should be filed as soon as possible. He also urged those in charge of churches and charitable institutions should sign for their exemptions at once. .Persons who have had homestead exemptions in the past may sign application blanks with the deputy assessors. Persons who have purchased homes within the past year and have no homestead exemption should take their certified contract or recorded deed to the city hall in order to file for exemption. 3 Drivers Fined in Garner Court Garner—Three cases were reviewed in the Court of Justice R. J. Fritsch during the past week. Merle E. Broome of Clear Lake who was fined $5 and costs for operating a motor vehicle without a chauffeur's license. Sig Signer of Minneapolis, Minn., was arrested for permitting an unlicensed person to drive a motor vehicle and was fined S5 and costs. Mrs. Signer of Minneapolis was arrested for excessive speed in a restricted zone and was fined $20 and costs of which $15 was suspended pending good behavior. All arrests were made by highway patrolmen. Test Grade Pupils Eagle Grove—The Iowa "Every Pupil Tests" of the University of Iowa are being given grades 6 to 8. The tests are being given to the Eagle Grove grade school children in reading, work study skills, English and arithmetic. EXPERT Watch Repairing 10-Day Service RAY SENEY 19 East State St. Mrs. L M. Bed Services Held Rites Also Held at Janesville, Iowa A prayer service was held for Mrs. Laura Murphy Beal at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. Roscoe Patton included in her selections, ."Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Attending the services here from out of the city were Bernard Murphy of Waterloo, Mrs. Nellie Gillette of Springfield, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beal,' Clear Lake. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at Janesville Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Paul Clements officiating. Mrs. Cora Schaley, Laporte City, attended the services there, with other friends and relatives from Cedar Falls. Pallbearers were Frank Murphy, Bernard 'Murphy, Frank Kelck and Henry Sorenson. Burial was .at the Oakland cemetery at Janesville. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Carl Conway to Be Speaker at Annual Y.M.C.A. Dinner The Rev. C. A. Kent Services Held at Altadena, Cal. Word has been received here of the death of the Rev. Charles August Kent at his home at Altadena, Cal., on Dec. 20. He was a first cousin of Mrs. F. H. Callow. 224 6th S. W. Mr. Kent was born at Linden, Wis., Sept. 22, 1876. He grew to manhood 3fc miles northeast of Plymouth and attended the country school east of Plymouth. In 1896 the family moved to California, where he had resided since that time. He had lived at Altadena for the past 14 years, and was a member of the Southern California-Arizona Conference of the Methodist church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Pearl Finney Kent; 4 daughters, Mrs. Lois Kent Dean of Ontario, Mrs. Ruth Kent Rapp of Whittier, Mrs. Esther Kent Lindell of Duarte, and Mrs. Persis Kent Lindgren of Wasco, all in California; 2 sons, Oliver F. Kent of Portland, Ore.; and J. Russell Kent of Oakland; 10 grandchildren, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Anna Borkey of Templeton, Cal., and Mrs. Pearl Rice of Pasadena, Cal. Officers Named Leland—1949 officers at Our Saviours Ladies Aid are as follows: President, Mrs. Walter Ambroson; vice president, Mrs. Mabel Groath; secretary, Mrs. Edward Branstad; treasurer, Mrs. Herbert Eide. ODD LOT SHOE COMPANY Not Only Brings You Great Values and Quality Shoes BUT We Are Keeping Prices Down During 1949 it is our greatest ambition to bring you quality merchandise at further LARGE SAVINGS. Below is just one example of the many values found in our store. Men's LOAFERS In Dark Brown These handsome loafers are all welt constructed — Fine elk uppers — A shoe built for sturdiness and comfort. They come in B-C-D widths, sizes 6 to 12. We Invite You to COMPARE This Shoe for Quality and Price Odd Lot Shoe Co. 121 South Federal Maurlc* Kitsis Harry Tamres T Carl Conway, Osage lawyer, humorist and philosopher, will be the speaker at the annual dinner of the Mason City Y. M. C. A. to be held in the banquet room next Wednesday beginning at 6:30 p. m. Conway's subject will be 'Whither America." He served with the counter-intelligence corps of the army in the southwest Pacific in World war II and is a former Mitchell county attorney. He is in demand throughout the state as a public speaker. John Calhoun, Y. M. C. A. general secretary, pointed out that the meeting is open to both Y members and friends. Reservations should be made by Saturday. Annual reports will be held to a minimum and the entire meeting is scheduled to be of less than 2 hours duration. , President Louis Wolf will preside. Five new directors will be announced along with the other new officers. Pair FAREWELL TO PASTOR Chester — The congregation of St. Stephen's parish j*ave a farewell party Tuesday evening to Father Vollmecke, who is leaving soon for Eagle Center. During his 5 year pastorate here he has built the new St. Stephen's church. Winter in South New Hampton — Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mielke are spending the next 2 months at their winter home in Florida. It's Not on Friday But the 13th Means End of 73 Year Wait » Harrell DeFries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto DeFries, 29 Vermont S. E., waited 13 years for Thursday to arrive. An 8th grader at Roosevelt junior high, he was celebrating Thursday his 13th birthday on the 13th snd had no fears of the day. He vyas born on Jan. 13 in Minneapolis at 11:02 a. m., 13 months behind his older brothei-, Byron. He's the 13th grandchild on the paternal side, has 13 cousins and was the 13th baby in the hospital at birth. Naturally he was assigned to home room No. 113 at school. Spillville Parish Officers Elected Spillville—The following officers were elected at the annual meeting of the St. Wencesl'aus parish: C. J. Andera, secretary; W. J. Silhacek, treasurer; Stephen Frana, George Zoulek, Frank Klimesh, Will Humpel and Robert Balek, directors; Joseph Ludwig, secretary, and Roy V. Novak, treasurer, of the cemetery board. Klein Given 10 Years in Reformatory Kenneth D. Klein, Clear Lake, Wednesday was sentenced to serve 10 years in the state men's reformatory at Anamosa. Klein pleaded guilty before Judge William P. Butler to a county attorney's information charging him with forgery. Klein admitted forging the name of R. W. Tapager to 5 $20 checks which he passed in various Mason City business places during October. He was arrested by Mason City police. The county attorney informed the court that Klein has previously served a year in the.county jail for forgery and that he also had been convicted in Minnesota on a bad check charge. Stephen Goodrich Services Conducted; Burial in Etmwood Funeral services for Stephen Goodrich, 70, who died Monday, following a lingering illness, were held at the Major Memorial chapel Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. F. W. 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