The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on March 10, 1935 · 23
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to Section Kour-'-Pages 19-24 Third and Fourth Congressional Diatrict Areas Art Given Special Attention In Courier News Coverage. NORTHEAST IOWA Each Day ! the Week the Courier Convey 1 JLmAtn thm News of Special Important to Northeast Iowa. FIRST WITH THE NEWS WATERLOO, IOWA, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1035 FflTEIT IE An ojfnipnfn TIB LISTED FDRIS0JIIE5 . 110 ' EXPENSE II 1S3S trust Fund of Tribe to Yield $2,000; No Mention of Schools. Wihin(tn Nfwi Knreae, Wattrlo Dmily Coorler. Washington, D. C Appropriation totalling $75,000 to be spent on the Sac and Fox Indian agency are included in the interior department appropriation bill for the next fiscal year which was recently passed py the house and referred to tne appro prlatlons committee of the senate. Two Appropriations Made. ' For "general support of Indians and administration of Indian prop erty" under the Jurisdiction of the Sac and Fox agency the bill directs that $2,000 be appropriated from the funds held by the united states m trust for the tribes. For the Rap. and Fox sanitarium the hill nrovidea an annronrlation of $73,000. This amount is scheduled to Include all the expenses of the health Institution for the coming fiscal year. Balance for General Use. , Included in the Items under the $73,000 appropriation are: Payment cf personnel, purchase and maintenance of equipment, additions or repairs to buildings, transportation of patients to and from the sanitarium, and interment of deceased patients. Scoficld, Schroder File for Mayor in Chas. City Contest (Covritr Special Service) Charles City, la. One complete and one partial ticket, both affording competition for the office of mayor, were on file here Saturday. W. K. Carr, Incumbent, Is not asking reelection as mayon J. L. Scofleld Is candidate for mayor on the People's ticket and J. L. Schroder has filed ' for that office as head of Citizen's ticket. Harry Rosencrans Is seeking election as city assessor on the latter ticket and E. C. Sorensen is the other candidate. He wants to be hospital trustee. Other members of Scofield'a ticket are: Council: H. H. Blunt, First ward; Harney F. Welch, second; C. J. Castle, third: Clarence Bremer, fourth; H. J. Huber, J. L. Atherton, eouncllmen-at-large; Miss Pamella Fluent, Harold White, S. F. Artz, park commissioners; F. E. Messecher, city assessor. All are asking reelection except Scofleld and Atherton. Iowa Falls Junior Play Raises $100 ' (Courier Special Service) Iowa Falls, la. Proceeds of the presentation of the farce-comedy, "Oh Professor," by the Junior class of Iowa Falls high school are reported at approximately $100. The money will finance the annual Junior-senior banquet In May. Members of the double cast which staged the production will have a dinner party at Caroline hall Friday evening, March 15. A program and dance will follow. The cast personnel was: Dorothy Lee Stewart, Grant Stiner, Warren Folks, Lowell Klslia, Katheryn Sanders, Clayton Meers, Betty Dougan, Katherine Crockett, Catherine Mc-Millen, Donna Belle Hlbbs, Don Jones, and Maxlne Summerhays. The next major stage affair, Miss Carolyn E. Gallagher, director, announces, will be the annual sH-achcol or El Juco play, May 3. Train-ing of talent will begin Monday. FARNUM COMMITMENT IS AT PARKERSBURC (Courier flneio' Smitf't rarkersburg, la. Committal rites were conducted here Friday for Lem L. Farnum, former tresident, who died at Owatonna, Minn, March 5. Ha had been residing with a nephew, Boy Farnum. Mr. Farnum was born April 23, 1858, at Marengo, 111, and in August, 1883, married Emma Freeland, who died in 1920 at Altamont, S. D. They moved from here to Canby, Minn, In 1903, going from there to Altamont. He lived at Millstown, Wis., from 1927 until January, when he went to the nephew's home. Survivors are a brother, Frank, Friendship, Wis, and three sisters: Mrs. Delia Swale, Fredericksburg; Mrs. Helen Monroe. Independence, and Mrs. Bertha Richardson, Missouri. A brief service was conducted at the cemetery here by Rev. J. E. Frttehard of the Methodist Episcopal church. MANCHESTER CHILD HAS tMSCAL ANKLE INJtUT Manchester, la. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Cox, suffered a severe injury to her right ankle while at play at school Wednesday. The accident, which is the second injury to the ankle, caused a separation of the ankle bones, according to an x-ray examination, and resulted In a severe sprain. The ankle was placed In a east Friday and hi all probability the child will be compelled to miss sev-iral actij cf school work. Greek Airmen Bombing planes of the Greek government and heavily armed loyal troops , smaihed -4nto rebel forces In Salonika, moving In a mass offensive against the Macedonian rebels, and heavy casualties were reported. Many revolutionary troopers were reported captured. Above Is a typical group of Greek aviators with? a giant war plane of the type in use during the present crisis. (Associated Press Photo) College Fund to Be Started for Youthful Hero Benefit Show at Dcs Moines Wednesday Will Be Nucleus. Des Moines, la. (U.R Clarence Steffen, 12, Oelwein, will be the state's "king for a day" in Des Moines Wednesday. And when it is all over, the boy who risked his life to snatch 8-year-old Rose Marie Boyle from the path of an onrushing train probably won't have to worry about his college education, either. A benefit show, at whlrh Jan Garber, famous orchestra leader, will appear, will be staged for him that afternoon. Proceeds will be kept in trust by a group of Oelwein business men, who will use the money to further his education. Preceding the show, Clarence, Rose Marie and their parents will be guests of honor at a dinner which Gov. Clyde L. Herring, Lieut Gov. N. Q. Kraschel and members of the Iowa legislature will attend. Young Commitment Rites Will Be at Vinton on Sunday (Courier Special Servict) Vinton, la. Charles Young, 70, former resident of Vinton, died Friday in Henrietta, Okla, from heart disease, friends here are Informed. The commitment will be in Evergreen cemetery Sunday at 10 a, m. with the Vinton American Legion post m charge. Spanish American War veterans will be pallbearers. , Mr. Young was a resident here until 1900. He was captain of Co. G, Forty-ninth Iowa, and left Vinton with his unit for service in the Spanish-American war. He was a, bachelor. Two sisters surviving are Mrs. B. M.-Mllls, Vinton, and Miss Ida B. Young. Henrietta. Miss Young will accompany the body here. Osage Child Dead of Complications Following Measles (Courier Kpecial Servicet Osage, la. Audrey, year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Llncke, died Friday night from complications following measles. The funeral will be Monday, with services at 2 p. m. in Osage Lutheran church, Rev. T. P. Solem officiating. Surviving are the parents, one brother, and three sisters. HARDIN COUNTY ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROCRAM FOR YEAR IS APPROVED (Conner Special tervirxi Eldora, la. The Hardin county improvement program which has been approved for the coming year provides for expenditure of a minimum of $1,000 in each township. The program will include graveling, grading, bridge work, clearing and grubbing. charles crrr chamber or COMMERCE WILL CELEBRATE CLOSE OF MEMBER DRIVE Charles City. la. do6e of the membership drive of the Chamber of Commerce will be commemorated with a dinner Tuesday evening In the Congregational church here. MARBLE ROCK LEGION' PLAT. Marble Rock, la, The American Legion here is tponsoring a home talent play In be sUged at the opera bouf Tuesday evening. Bomb Macedonian XJL. J .1 . . i Ar fete- ; '5 CI'L CLUB WILE HAVE Former Trade Journalist to Give Address; 50 on High School Honor Roll. (Courier Rpecial Servicel Oelwein, la. Arthur Brayton, for mer editor of the Dry Goods and Merchants Trade Journal, Des Moines, will speak at the monthly Chamber of Commerce dinner March 12 at Hotel Mealy. Mr. Brayton now lives in Chicago. About 65 members of the Chamber are expected to at tend the dinner. Enter Suhdistrirt Pedant. Verla Mooney and Alta Bradley will represent Oelwein senior high school in humorous and dramatic divisions of the subdlstrict declamatory contest at Waterloo, March 13 Miss Mooney will give the humorous selection, "The Garter," and Miss Bradley will read "Madame Butterfly." Senior High Honor Roll Big. Fifty students of senior high school received rankings In the high school honor roll for the first six weeks' period of the second semes ter. This is the largest number on the honor roll for several periods. Betty Kennedy ranged high over all students with an average of 98 per cent. John Cotnam, with an average of 96.75 per cent, topped the boys' list. Final Grade Exhibit. Final grade school exhibits will be held in the Oelwein trade schools on Monday, April B. Exhibits at that time will be by Parkside, South-side, Harlan and Central. Woodruff Funeral Is Held at Urbana (Courier Fpecial Service t Urbana, la. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Woodruff, 72, who died on Thursday at her home here as result of a stroke suffered eight days before, was conducted at the Christian church Saturday afternoon. Rev. John McKee, Brandon, la., iad charge. Interment was in Urbana cemetery. Mary Bushman was born In Prague, Bohemia, Dec. 26, 1862, and was married in 1S79 to Jefferson Woodruff. He died six years ago. Survivors are three daughters and two sons: Mrs. Leo Rivers, Belvi-dere, Cal.: Mrs. Charles Owens, Center Point; Mrs. Pauline Allbones, Vinton: Frank and Howard- Woodruff, Urbana. FORMER IOWA FALLS RESIDENT DIES 24 HOURS AFTER KIN (Courier Special Service) Iowa Falls, la. Mrs. I. N. Force, former resident here, died Friday at Boone, 24 hour after the death of her sister, Mrs. Mary Striker, of Iowa Falls. Mrs, Striker's funeral was conducted here Saturday afternoon. ' Mrs. Force is survived by four brothers and two sisters: W. L. Thomas, Long Beach, Cal.; A. A. Thomas, John F. Thomas, Charles Thomas, Miss Minnie Thomas, all of Iowa Falls, and Mrs. W. F. Sefton, Eldora. HAMPTON PIPILS WILL STAGE ONE-ACT FLATS Hampton, la. A program of one-act plays win be presented by senior and Junior high pupils at the school auditorium Tuesday evening, March 12. More than 30 will take part in the productions. DEI 1','E DIE MEETING Rebel Forces Young Farmer in Grundy Crushed By 3jTon Baler Merton Clark, 17, Fell Before Machine While It Was Being Moved. (Courier Special Service) Grundy Center, la. Merton Clark, 17, employed on the Wilbur Plager farm eight miles west of Grundy Center, is in Mol hospital in Grundy Center suffering from injuries received when a 3,000 pound baler passed over his body. Several ribs, his chest bone and shoulder bone are broken and his lungs may be punctured. His condition is serious. Paul Hook was driving the tractor that was pulling the baler to a different location when Clark fell and was unable to get out of the way of the baler in time to keep it from running over him. Clark, who came from San Luis Obispo, Cal., has been employed by Plager the last year. Musicale Will Be Given at Hudson School Tuesday (Courier Special Service) Hudson, la. A musicale will be presented Tuesday evening, March 12, at the high school by pupils of the school, assisted by Iowa State Teachers college woodwind quintet. Vinton Will Have Second Fox Hunt (Courier Special Service) Vinton, la. The second of a series of fox hunts is scheduled this morning, starting at 8:30, and continuing until noon. Clinton Burk, chairman of the fox hunt committee of the Vinton Fish and Game club, announces. The first hunt was last Sunday, about 50 club membeis at-tendlng. Two animals were bagged. These hunts are part of a drive on the part of the club to eliminate the enemies of wild game life in Benton county. The huntine is done with shotguns to prevent any possibility of injury to the hunters at close range snoot ing. MASONS IN 3 TOWNS WILL OBSERVE ALTAR REUNION AT TRAER (Courier Upectat Servirt) Traer. Ia. Altar night will be commemorated by Traer Masonic lodffe Monday evening. Dysart ana Reinbeck lodges will Join in the ob servance here. Rev. T. P. snaner, Waterloo, will give the principal address. Other sDeakers will be H. K. Bennett, Traer; D. E. Klieben-stein. Gladbrook, and Dr. H. J. von Lack urn, Dysart. INHERITANCE TAXES PA in lT NORTHEAST I A. ESTATES Des Moines. Ia. (,T Inheritance lux payments were received Saturday from four estates by State Treasurer Leo J. Wegman. Thu mute of Alexander Kirley oi Charles City paid 1419.23 on a taxable valuation of 14.890.30, the estate of Henrietta Conley of Perry paid 4389 44 on a taxable valuation of $4,673.33, the estate of Bert Vanveen of Oskaloota paid 190.90 on a taxable valuation of $1,354.53 and the estate of Hulda Snyder of Benton county paid $125.61 on a taxable valuation of $2,512.12. THEATRE REMODELED. WinthroD. Ia. Interior of the opera house here has been remodeled. the old stage removed and an or chestra balcony added. 1 FOR EM SELECTING is son Present Method Criticized by Author of Bill Replacing "Closed" Convention. D Moinn Nfw Bor, ' lowt Daily Frex AMoeiatlon, Des Moines, la. Drastic changes in the niethod of selecting members of the state (air board to end what Sen. William McArthur (D, Cerro Gordo) calls a "closed corporation," will be asked la a bill which the senator today was preparing for filing next week. The nine board members, one from each congressional district, now are elected each December in a convention held in Des Moines. Under Mc-Arthur's bill they would be appointed by the governor, subject to the approval of the senate. Want More Representative Group. "New blood" is needed on the state 'fair board. Senator McArthur declared. He added that the present mode of election has resulted in the "self perpetuation" of the board's personnel, with little change over a period of years. He said, however, that the bill is not to be taken as being overly critical of the present board, many of whose members are his personal friends. The bill would include the governor, secretary of agriculture, and the president of Iowa State college at Ames as ex-officio members of the board. The directors would serve six-year terms, beginning Dec. 1, 1935. Directors at present are elected for two years. Present Members Do Electing. The secretary and treasurer, elected by the board, shall hold office "during the pleasure of the board," according to the bill. At present they are elected for one year terms. Under the present law, the incumbent directors are permitted to take part in the voting at the convention. This has resulted in the group perpetuating itself in power. Senator McArthur says. Beside the members of the board, those entitled to vote in the convention are representatives of farmers' institutes, and representatives of such groups as the Iowa Beef Cattle Producers' association and the Iowa State Dairy association. Dismissal Asked' by Hyland of Suit, Denying Liability (Courier Special Service) Toledo. Ia. M. W. Hyland. attor ney at Tama, filed an answer Friday in district court in the case or tne Gillette Rubber Co.. of Eau Claire, Wis., vs. M. W. Hyland and the Tama State bank, in which judgment was asked for $224.58. The rubber company claimed that June 26, 1931 it consigned to O. E. Zirat, at Tama, a stock of Gillette tires which remained the property of the company. It was claimed that Mr. and Mra. Zlrat were indebted to the bank on a note for $270, that the bank a.ssigned the note to Hyland, who caused suit to be brought against Zirat on tne note and caused an attachment to be lev-led on 31 new tlrs. The company declared, that on learning of the wrongful levy, it orally notified Hy-land's attorney and Sheriff E. O. Harris of Its ownership of the tires and demanded their return, but alleged that the defendants failed to release the attachment and permlt-tel the sheriff to sell the company's property, at execution sale; The tires were valued at $224.58. In answer, Hyland says the assignment by the bank of the note to him was without consideration, en accommodation only and solely fe he convenience of the bank. He derlares he has no knowledge of the other matters alleged in the rubber company's petition, and if a kvy was made and sale had of merchandise in satisfaction thereof, the proceeds of such levy and sale never became the property of Hyland. He says that if such proceeds came into his control or possession, it was ft matter of convenience only, and the real party In Interest in or to any of the transactions alleged by the rubber company was and Is the Tama State bank. Hyland asks that plaintiff s petition be dismissed as to him. Mishlcr Funeral Held at Horlon (Courier Special Servusr) Morton Ia. Funeral services were conducted here March 7 for Mrs. Mnm MMiler 90. who died March 4 after an illness of two weeks. Her husband died several years auo. Eleven of their 15 sons and daughters survive her. They are: J. H. Mishler. St. Croix Falls. Wis.; Alpheus MWito. Herbert Mishler, Mrs, Delia Terry. Mrs. Rose Youmans, Mrs. Jessie Remley, Mrs. Mabel Nlcols. all of Horton; Mrs. Parlee Burch, Garden City. Kan.; Mrs. Charles Burch, In Wisconsin; Mrs. Nettie Fassett, Waterloo; Mrs. Ada Remley, Wsverly. nORTON CEMETERY SOCIETY WILL MEET ON THIRDAY Horton. Ia. Horton Cemetery o-eiety will meet Thursday at. the home of Mrrle Hail. HF!l Armed Clerk Balks "Officers" Seeking Shop Slot Machines (Courier Special Service) Cresco, Ia. Two men posing as federal officers were driven off by an armed clerk when they attempted to seize a slot machine at a store in Davis corners, nine miles west of here, Friday night. They entered the Zender store about 10 p. m. and represented they were officers under instructions to pick up slot machines. The clerk asked for their credentials, meanwhile reaching for his gun, and the two fled. Deputy Sheriff Percy Haven was called and on his arrival 10 minutes later learned the two also had visited the only other store in town on a similar mission, escaping just before the officer entered. They drove south of town on 59 and Haven notified Sheriff George C. Murray, of Chickasaw county, who attempted to head the fugitives off, but they escaped by a side road and returned north. The two men were in a Willys coupe with Iowa license 10-28020, the officers learned. Wavcrly Minister Conducts Service at Muscatine Home (Courier Special Servicel Waverly, Ia. Rev. A. G. Wenninger, superintendent of Waverly Lutheran Orphans' home will conduct a religious service today at the orphanage of the . denomination at Muscatine. He was accompanied there by Mrs. Wenninger and Mr, and Mrs. E. G. Engelbrecht of Waverly. Waverly Community club will elect officers Monday evening at the annual meeting, which was postponed from Feb. 25. Annual membership campaign has been started by the Municipal golf club. Mrs. Henry Thcdc, Gladbrook, Dies; Funeral Sunday (Courier Special Service) Gladbrook, Ia. The funeral of Mrs. Henry Thede, 81, who died Thursday, will be conducted at the family home Sunday at 2 p. m. Rev. H. H. Specht, pastor of the Evangelical church, will officiate. Interment will be in Maple Hill cemetery. She was born in Germany Jan. 10, 1854, and married in 1873 to Henry Thede, who survives. Their three daughters are deceased. Other survivors are 12 grandchil dren. La Porte Masons to Observe Altar Night (Courier Special Service) La Porte City, Ia. Trowel lodge, A. F. & A. M., will Join the statewide observance of altar night Monday. There will be a special meeting, with luncheon at 7 p. m. The lodge will open in the first degree. Floyd Phllbrick, past deputy grand master, will be the speaker. The committee urges all members to attend. Alvln Cordray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cordray has been taken to the state university at Iowa City for examination and treatment. Mrs. Frank Krebs and son, Leo, were at Watertown, S. D., to attend the funeral of her sister on Friday. New Hartford Man Is Seriously 111 (Courier Special Service) New Hartford, la. L. M. Knlpe, general merchant here for more than 30 years, is very ill of liver and gall bladder infection. Rehearsals are in progress under direction of Mrs. Wayne Towsley for the alumni play, "You Wouldn't Fool Me," which will be given at the school auditorium Wednesday evening, March 20. Miss Anna Doden. who has been seriously ill after influenza, is making slow recovery at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Doden. LITTLETON CEMETERY ASSOCIATION ELECTS ( Courier Spectal Service) Littleton, Ia. Annual meeting of Littleton Cemetery society was conducted at the Presbyterian church here March 6. Officers chosen are: T. H. Hoffman, president; E. W. Stevenson, vice president; Miss Lucy Durham, secretary; J. B. McLaughlin, treasurer. Directors chosen are: P. G. Walker. C. H. Hoffman, W. E. Masters, H. J. Ganiere, N. E. Baldwin. Charles McLaughlin, T. C. Melrose, T. B. Durham. LeRoy Meythaler, George Alexander, and J. B, McLaughlin. MRS. HANNAH TACKMAN, M. TO BE Bl'RIED AT CLARKSV1LLE Clarksville, la, (Special) Mrs. Hannah Tackman, 88. a native of Sweden and widow of the late Chris Tackman, died at the Butler county home near Allison Friday. The body was brought to the Hammel funeral home here and services will be conducted at the Lutheran church by the pastor. Rev, S. M. Becker, at 3 p m, Sunday. Burial will be in Lynwood cemetery beside the grave of her husband who preceded her about four years ago. She has no rear surviving relatives. She had been at the county home about three year. She and her hutband were rsidnU of Clarksville some 20 years. Pianist spy yiii. ii mil I II "I - Hi 1 ITTTII III I J I I . O .teNM, , v .:x ::v.v.. Frank Mannhelmer, (above) Ohio native who has won world recognition as a pianist, will gve a recital at Cornell college, Mt, Vernon, Tuesday evening. The following day he will hear and criticize students of the piano in a cortcert clinic. Rev. J. S. Hockett, Age 79, and Deaf, Was Walking Along Track. (Courier Special Service) Iowa Falls, Ia. Rev. J. S. Hockett, 79, retired minister of the Friends church, died Friday in the hospital at Eldora from injuries suffered that morning when he was struck by a railway train at Glf-ford, his granddaughter, Mrs. Carl Burt, Iowa Falls, is Informed. Rev. Mr. Hockett was walking along the right of way when struck. He was slightly deaf and it ia believed he did not hear the train in time. The funeral will be at Marshall- town, probably on Tuesday. Rev. Mr. Hockett had recently moved to Gilford from Lisbon, Ia, He spent most of his years in the ministry in Michigan. Survivors are liis widow, a daughter and three sons: Mrs. D. B. Griggs. Marshalltown; Victor Hockett, Albert Lea, Minn.; Noah Hockett, Ava, Mo., and Francis Hockett, Revillo, S. D. Allison Boy Dies from Meningitis (Courier Speciat Service) Allison, la, Keith Zack, two-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otmar Zack, died Saturday as result of cerebro spinal meningitis. Several blood transfusions had been given and other treatment used in at' tempts to save the child's life. . The funeral will be Monday at 2 p. m. with services at the home here. Rev. J. M. Kaufman, pas tor of the Associated church, will of ficate. The child Is survived by his par ents, two brothers and a sister: Bruce, James and Phlllls. The fa ther is Butler county engineer. Riccvillc Church Officers Elected (Courier Speeial Service) Ricevllle, Ia. Officers elected at the annual business meeting of Ricevllle Congregational church are: Charles Bartlett, deacon and treas. urer; Anna Potter, deaconew: Alma Maxwell, clerk; Charles Potter, L. M. Mosher, tnu-tees; Luzelle Loper, organist; Mildred Jorgensen, assist ant. Ushers are Taul Potter, Robert Minnls. and Robert Sprung. Finance board members are: Fred Sprung, Lawrence Roe, Roy Stark, Albert Zllk. Emil Zudlicky, and Or ville Van Syoc 3-YEAR AVERACE FOR CHICKASAW PAYMENT OF TAXES 97.52 PCT. (Courier Sperial Service) New Hampton, Ia. Tax payments for the last three years have aver aged 97.52 per cent of the amount due. compilations made by the Chickasaw county auditor's office here reveal. Collections in 1334 were 102.38 per cent of the. levy, those in 1333 were 91.2 and in 1932, 98 93 per cent were collected. WHEELS PASS OVER BOY STRITK DOWN BY ALTO. WITHOUT INJURY TO HIM Lamont, la. Terry Tyrell. three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tyrrell, two miles east of town, escaped serious Injury when he walked into the path of an automobile near his home. He was struck down, but the car passed over his prostrate body without its wheels touching 1.1m. Albert Sherrer, farmer near Masonvillr, was driving the machine. RETIRED FRIENDS MINISTER DIES OF Ii'IIDH) El Til FIGHT IHDIGITED AS DP10N OVER METHOD S One Faction for Repairs; Other Wants New Wing on High School. (Courier Special Service) Fayette, Ia. Citizens of Fayette school district will have more than ordinary Inducement to cast ballots in the election of Monday, due to the submission of a proposal for re. building a grade school which b timed some months ago. Former Proposition, Defeated. Decisive defeat was voted at ft previous election to a, proposal to Issue $20,000 in bonds for rebuilding the grade school which burned. The new proposal is to issue bonds for a sum not to exceed $10,-000, the money to be derived from present school funds and an additional levy. Division of Opinion. Much of the contending opinions center about whether the building which was ravaged by fire shall be rebuilt or an addition made to the high school to house all pupils in one plant. The grade pupils are being accommodated In the high school building at this time. Henry Heitler Is ft candidate for re-election. Competition for the other vacancy is between Milo Schneider and A. J. SteggalL Candidates Elsewhere, Candidates for school director in other towns in northeast Iowa include: Clarksville M. G. Mather, incumbent; Glen Kocher, Alfred Scharpff ; two vacancies. Conrad E. P. Smith, Incumbent. Dumont Vera Early, incumbent; William Alexander, M. E. Johnson. Greene Dr. H. G. Mcleod, J. Burdette Hardy; two vacancies. New Hampton John P. Snyder. Dr. H. J. McGrane, Incumbents. Janesvllle H. V. Bannister, incumbent. Osage Mrs. Cora E. Johnson, incumbent; Dr. G. L. Horton; two vacancies. Quasqueton Claude L. Kimball, Incumbent. Urbana C. E. Houser, Carl Wil-ford. Rueh Cumberland, . George Drtpps, for three year term; Ed Moore and C. E. Billiard, two year term. Wellsburg J. L. Lutterman, Heiko C. Neessen, incumbents: S. L. Dilly. John D. Bering, Ben Koekstra. Winthrop Eugene A. Dunlap, Theodora Reinhold, incumbents; Roy Gaffney, Kenneth Norman; two vacancies. Former Resident Will Be Buried at Marble Rock (Courier Special Service) Marble Rock, Ia. Commitment rites for Mrs. Allen Cates, 88, who died in California, will be conducted here. The body is being sent from Riverside. Mrs. Cates formerly resided here. It la believed the rites will be Monday afternoon. Services will be at the Arley Cates home. Mrs. Roy Crabtree, Rockford, is a daughter. . ' March Term for Delaware Court to Open Monday Manchester, la. The March term of the Delaware district court will open at Manchester Monday with Judge George W. Wood of Waterloo on the bench. The term promises to be a busy session, with many cases filed for hearing. Trial notices have been asked for 21 rases. The term will include both grsnd and trial jurors. The gTand Jury will be summoned to appear on the opening day of court and the trial jury one week later. REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF CREENE TO HAVE MEETING MONDAY (Courier Spectallervtem) Greene, la. The monthly meeting of the Republican Women's club will be Monday afternoon, March 11, at the home of Mrs. M. B. Call. Guest speaker will be Dr. H. O. MacLeod, who will compare Canadian and American systems cf government. There will be a general diseu.wion of current topics and light refresh ments will be served. UNIFORMS FOR HICH SCHOOL BAND MADE BY WINTHROP FERA (Courier Upenal Sentre I Winthmp, Ia. Women FERA em ployes here have completed 40 uniforms for members of Winthrop high school band. They art of black, with white braid trim. JESCF MAN TO WASHINGTON ON FEDERAL AITOI.NTMf.NT f.,r...n t. VaiiU T C.Kt -Mt,. merit to fill vacancy d'i to a risfi- IHin, n. S"i;r w v ssjmiK-". w, to accept a federal appointment

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