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March 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 9 1934 NORTH IOWA SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO CAST VOTES MONDA TOWN ELECTIONS ALSO SCHEDULED Caucuses Are Held to Name Candidates for Posts in Muncipalities. LAWLER, March 9.--The election of a school director to succeed J. F. Feeney will take place Monday in the town hall. One vacancy Is open to candidates for a term of three years. W. P. Corrigan and E. T. Bolger have filed their names as candidates. At the town caucus Thursday evening, a mayor, five councihnen and an assessor were placed on the citizens' ticket. For mayor John Lewis was nominated and chosen ·without opposition. Walter O'Connor was chosen for assessor without opposition. Of nine candidates, five councilmen were voted in as follows: James O'Neil, E. F. Canty, L. F. Qulllin, Leo O'Connor and William Galligan. John. Junko who has served she two year terms withdrew his name when asked to accept a nomination for councilman. Nominated at Canons. SHEFFIELD--One hundred Sheffield citizens attended a caucus in the Memorial hall Wednesday/evening at which candidates for the various town offices to be filled at the election, March 23. 'were, selected. The caucus was called by Mayor Dr. P. H.';Rodemeyef. Dr. Rodemeyer was again.' nbininr ated on the citizens' ticket for mayor. Those nominated' as"councilmen ·were: W. H. Schaefer, S. O. Ingebretson, Norman Bohlen, Burt Fnr- ness, H. A. Berding. W. W. Brower was nominated candidate for treasurer with Howard Kuntqn; given the nomination for assessor. Will Elect Director.- LAKE MILLS, March 9.'--The annual school election will be held at the city hall on March 12. A director will be elected for. three years to succeed Oscar Horvei. A treasurer will be elected for two years to succeed J. A. Horvei Two Ejections Scheduled. CRESCO, March 9.--Mayor H. G. Addie has issued a call for the city election to be held in Cresco March 26, and a citizens' caucus is called for Saturday evening. Cresco school election will be held Monday, March 12, 'for the election of treasurer and o n e director. ' . . " ' ' Nominated by Republicans. NORA SPRINGS; March 9.--At the republican caucus! held'Wednes- day evening the following officers ·were nominated: Mayor, I.'M. Seaman; . treasurer, Hi. F... Schnedler, assessor, A. V. Hemphfil; -for councilmen, J. W. Kenne4y,'P.anieI Dean... "-£;iESTesTDuver,~Ben Barker and C. B. Sellon. Candidates for Re-JElectton. L E L A N D , March 9.--Clifford Monson has been appointed to .take the place on the local school board of Levi Larson who moved- near Thompson March 1. He is a candidate for election on March 12. Other candidates are F. W. Bowman, lye Ozmun, also O; T. Ambrpson, now president, for re-election.' Three Seek Office. H A T F I E L D, March 9.--Three men have filed for the. office of school director for three year terms for the election next Monday. They are J. J. TTrich, Thomas T. Blank and G. W. Hitter. Mr. Blank has served six years as a member and is seeking re-election. Mr. Waldeck, the board's president, is moving from the district and 'is not a' candidate. . Wifl Name Two. LATIMER, March 9.--The annual school election will be held in the town hall Monday for electing a director for three years to succeed J. H. Lage and one for one year, to succeed Fred Imennan. A treasurer for two years to succeed J. C. Sorensen will also be.named. Help-en Not Candidate. THOMPSON, March 9.--At a town caucus to be held Friday evening in the town hall, candidates for mayor, assessor, treasurer and five councUmen will be nominated. John Helgren, present mayor, who has served several years, announced that he would not be a candidate. Only One Vacancy. BANCROFT, March 9.--In the annual election of school directors, the only vacancy on the board this year is that of Edward Droessler, president of the board.'His name will be the only one to appear on the ballot. Have No Opposition. HAMPTON, March 9.--For the school election Monday, Dr. Ed C. Scantlebury is a candidate for director to succeed himself and Dan E. jBramwell is a candidate for treasurer. No other candidates have announced. S T O P ! SUITS and TOPCOATS ewe* ' t«*im · titriet · ABEL SON INC, *t nut* nvtM ftnrrx i HERE AND T H E R E * * * * * * « * » » * · » » « * » * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Daughter Is Born. PROTTVIN -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huber are parents of a baby girl. Recovering After Operation. FLOYD -- Hugh Chestnut, Jr., underwent a major surgical operation at the Mayo hospital, Rochester. He is recovering. Meets in Mason City. MANLY-- The Birthday club met for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Amber room at Mason City Wednesday. Will Meet Saturday. FLOYD-- -The Royal Neighbors will meet in regular session at the hall Saturday evening. Mrs. Laun and committee will serve. In Buffalo Center Hospital. LAKOTA-- Mrs. C. O. Peterson is in the hospital at Buffalo Center recovering from an appendicitis operation. O. E. S. School Planned. SHEFFIELD-- Sheffield chapter No. ST, O. E. S., will hold Its annual -school of instruction Monday afternoon March 12. Miss Anna Johnson of Eagle Grove, instructor for .this district will have charge. Meet .at Hnnscn Home. CLARION-- The New Century club and a number of guests were entertained . by Mrs. Charles Hansen Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Roosevelt was assisting hostess and gave a, ;talk on the origin of St. Patrick's day. Miss Dorothy Hilton, in a humorous reading, concluded the pro- Are Parents of Son. SHEFFIELD-- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schnittjer are parents of a son born Wednesday. Special Meeting Scheduled. ILIME SPRINGS -- Howard lodge -No.- 214 A. F. A. M., will hold a special meeting Friday evening for initiation. WiU Manage Station. LAKE MILLS -- Oliver Mortinson, who formerly operated a Sales and Exchange service here the past year, will be the manager for the new Champlin oil station here. Recovering After Operation. HAMPTON -- Mrs. Paul Graper, Sheffield, is convalescing at the Lutheran hospital after a major operation which" was performed Wednesday. Agent Presents Lesson. FAULKNER -- The Farm Bureau Women's club met at the home of Mrs. .William Bonewitz- with 15 members present. The . lesson Trends in Trimming" was presented by Clara Blank, H. D. A. Meet at Zalmsky Home. PROTIVTN-- Mrs. Ray Zahasky entertained the bridge club Tuesday evening. The evening was spent playing bridge. Bill Lusson won high prize and Reuben Tuchek, low prize. The next meeting will be at the Ed Zashasky home. Dl in California. FLOYD-- Clarence Griffith, a former Floyd boy, suffered a stroke and is in a serious condition at his home in California. His father, A. S. Griffith, was a pioneer resident and businessman of Floyd. Hostess to Dorcas Society. FLOYD-- Mrs. W. Hendrickson and Mrs. Arvilla Wulff were hostesses to the Dorcas society at the Hendrickson home Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-eight women were present to enjoy the afternoon quilting. Rites Held in Duraont. DTJMONT-- Miss Ella Soper was called to Hampton Tuesday to attend the funeral of her brother, Verne 'Soper,. who died in Pierre, S. Dak. The body was brought to the home of their sister, Mrs. J. C. Ferris, formerly of Dumont, where the funeral services were held. Celebrates Tlst Birthday. FOREST CITY -- Twelve women gathered at the A. Madsen home Tuesday to help celebrate Mrs. Madsen's seventy-first birthday. Mrs. Floy Gives lesson. THORNTON -- Fourteen women heard a lesson on Clothing Accessories given by Mrs. Carl Floy Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Melvin Ihgebretson. Mrs. Floy also showed a number of collar and other patterns and explained how to make them. Mrs. John Benson of Swaledale was an . out-of- town guest. Returns to Home. BRISTOW-- Mrs. Emmaliue Jones returned home after spending the winter with her children at Hampton, Chapin and Rockwell City. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Huber of Clarksville, came with her and will remain for aome time. Chrigtensen Is Recovering. LATIMER -- Lloyd Christensen, who has double pneumonia in the hospital at Hampton is recovering. Dumont Women 111. BRISTOW-- Mrs. Margaret Morford of Dumbnt, is at the home ot her sou, Alva N. Morford and is ill. Win Spelling Contest. LATTMER -- In the spelling contest of the eighth grade, Lavonne Muhlenbruck was winner and Lela Lindloff was second. Return to Mountain Lake. CHAPIN-- Herbert Haek returned to Mountain Lake, Minn., after spending a week at the home ol Fred Van Horn and family. Herbert. Haek, son of Harm Haek, and his parent had lived around Chapin 16 years ago. . Returna From Chicago. NORA SPRINGS-- C. M. Dreher returned Wednesday from a trip to Chicago. Miss Gladys Ueker of Grafton assisted her aunt, Mrs. Dreher, in the store during his absence. Moving Near Ridgeway. SPILLVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Snyder, Sr., are moving to u PASSES 93RD YEAR O?AGE, March 9.--Ole Peterson celebrated his ninety-third birthday Thursday afternoon, informally receiving friends at his home. Mr. Peterson is one of Mitchell county's few remaining Civil war veterans, serving his adopted country in Company K Seventh Iowa artillery during two and » half years of the war. farm near Ridgeway and their son, Joseph, and family are moving on the farm vacated by his parents near SpfflviUe. The former's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillip and family of near Ridgeway are moving to the Mrs. Clara Wagner residence near Spillville. Program Is Presented. LONEROCK--The mothers' club met Wednesday afternoon at the Victor Rogers home, Mrs. Andrew Thomeen as hostess. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard read a paper on "How Movies Are Beneficial to Children." Mrs. Fred Genrich read "How Movies Are Harmful to -Children." Lillian Angus and Lois Whitehill rang a duet. Move to Kanawha. STILSON--The Dewey Welzhel- mers moved from the William Schwab farm east of Stilson to Kanawha. VJsit at Sheldon. WHTTTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and daughter Teresia and Ann, and Teresia Kollasch went to Sheldon Wednesday afternoon for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter and family. Visits In Huron. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. S. L. Seeley has gone to Huron, S. Dak., to visit her father who is ill. Honored at Shower. SCARVILLE--Under auspices of the Immanuel Ladies aid, a large group of friends and neighbors honored Mrs. Martiri Torgerson with a miscellaneous shower Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. William Larson, Mrs. Thomas Thompson, : Mrs. Harvey Anderson and Mrs. Bernold Knudsen. Special Meetings Start. NORA SPRINGS--The Christian and Missionary Alliance church began a series of special meetings Thursday night with Evangelist Roy Stenlund of Lyle, Minn., speaking 'each evening during the campaign. The Rev. F. R. Dreyer of Moore Park, Mich., is the musician. Sunshine Circle Meets. OSA.GE--The Sunshine circle members, their husbands and a number of other guests were entertained at the Glen Gast home Wednesday. An address was given by County Supt: Rena Nelson on "Making a Success of Life." Miss Nelson then conducted a spelling contest and Mrs. Ernest Darnels a Drojjram of contests and stunts, ith Mrs. Gus Lunde, Miss Truly Ones and Mrs. Fred Lesch winners of prizes. _ , Mrs. Kabe Hostess. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Agnes Rabe was hostess to the Ladies aid which met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Are Parents of Son. OSAGE--A son was born .Tuesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McGuire. Pioneer Suffers Stroke. SWEA CITY--John E. Pehrson pioneer of Swea township, suffered I stroke of apopi8xy Tuesday ^and is in a serious condition. On March 1 he moved to his farm that has Been tenanted by renters for. the oast eight years. · P Club Meeting Postponed. ROCK FALLS--The March meeting of the Rock-Falls Community dub has been P* t P° n «' afroim ·March 9 until March 16. Mrs. Oswald-Bailey is in charge of the program for that meeting. ·House Is Remodeled. THOMPSON--Harold Clifton of Holstein is here looking after his property interests. He is having Us residence in the west part of town remodeled and P^f 1 "*£ week. A. W. Payne will live in the Plan Temperance Program. NORA SPRINGS-The W. C..T U met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Kluver A committee with Mrs. Henry Lucas as chairman and Mrs. George Coleman and ^ f. Volkman will prepare a temperance program in the near future with all the churches parti- ° 1P Former Druggist 111. OSAGE--Charles H. Lezotte, former Osage druggist, who with his wife is making his home at the Eastern Star home at Boone, is reported critically ill. · Home From Hospital. RUDD--P. C. Lohr wa» brought home from the Cedar Valley hospital Thursday: ' · · · · . Meet* In Bummel Home. DOWS--The Thursday club met In the home of Mrs. U. H. Rummel. Mrs. O. A. Kellog gave a history of Marie Antoinette. Honored With Shower. RUDD--Friends from the Wesleyan Methodist church went to the Max Nauman home Wednesday evening: and held a miscellaneous shower for his daughter, Mrs. Harold Freese, who was married Saturday. Pinochle Clubs Meet. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brock were hosts to their evening pinochle club Wednesday night. Mrs. George Sheffield and Fred Brooks were awarded prizes for high scores. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Brock entertained the J. U. G. club with four tables of pinochle In play. Flay Is Presented. MANLY--The W. M. S. Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. F. M. Hess Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Bosworth, Mrs. Clair McKercher and Mrs. James Hungerford served on the entertainment committee. The Mesdames L. Rowe, F. Triton, I. Wren, A. Knowles, F. Blakely and H. Moore presented a play. OBSERVES 5 OTH YEAR OF SERVICE Dr. Sanders Officiated at 4,550 Births in Career in Worth County. NORTHWOOD, Marh 9.--Dr. C. W. Sanders of Northwood, dean of the medical profession in Worth county, is receiving the congratulations of his many friends on his completion of 50 years of practice as a country doctor in- Worth county. Dr. Sanders opened his first office within the county at Manly, then called Manly Junction, March 6, 1884. He continued his practice there for 26 years, then came to Northwood where he has practiced during the remaining 21 years of the half century period. There were not many physicians in Worth county in those days and Dr. Sanders found it necessary to answer calls from practically all parts of Worth county and part of Cerro Gordo county as well. In coming to Northwood he changed locations, but he retained much the same clientele, the development of the automobile enabling him to cover a greater territory than formerly, his influence extending into Freeborn county, Minnesota, in addition to his former field. In his 50 years of practice he has established one record which his friends believe cannot be equalled by any other country doctor'In Iowa. He has officiated at 4,550 births, a number equal to 40 per cent of the present population of Worth county. During his first 40 years of practice he exceeded an average of 100 births each year and the 50 year average is 91. Only one set of triplets is included in the total, the Cornell triplets, born a few years ago at Gordonsville, Minn. Dr. Sanders Is a native of Vinton, where he received' his common school education. He began his medical course at Iowa university and received his degree in medicine at Rush Medical college, Chicago, in 1884. He has married twice, his first wife preceding him in death in 1892. His second wife is the former Miss Bertha Sanders, a. daughter of pioneer Worth county residents. .They have two children, Leslie B. Sanders, Northwood, and Mrs. A. T. Hegg, Mason City. Dr. Sanders was one of the organizers of the original Park hospital in Mason City, and on Tuesday Drs. George M. Crabb and N. C. Stam of that hospital, drove to Northwood to bring the congratulations of the hospital staff and assistants, also leaving a bouquet of flowers. At the meeting of the Lions club here he was given special recognition and was presented with a cake on which 50 candles were placed. The Worth County Medical society and other local friends also expressed congratulations and good wishes. NAMED U. S. JUDGE Miss Florence Allen of Cleveland, a member of the Ohio supreme court, was nominated by President Roosevelt for judgeship In the United States circuit court of appeals at Cincinnati. She will be the second woman in the nation's history to occupy a federal court bench. (Associated Press Photo). DOUBLE FUNERAL WILL BE SUNDAY Rites for Mrs. Ryerson and Son to Be at Silver Lake Church. LAKE MILLS, March 9--A double funeral for Mrs. O. B. Ryerson, 70, and her son, George Arnold, 43, will be held at Silver Lake church Sunday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at the home and at 2 o'clock at the church, the Rev. Mr. Fosness and the Rev. Mr. Fjelstul officiating. The bodies will He in state at the Anderson funeral home 'at.Lake Mills until Saturday afternoon. 1 Mrs. Ryerson died of heart disease at 1:20 Wednesday morning and her son died at 11:20 Wednesday evening. George Ryerson died following a-major operation a week ago, for obstruction of the bowels. The Ryersons have lived on their far.-i in Silver Lake for 46 years, cor..ing here from Mitchell, county. Surviving are a brother, Roy, and a sister, Alma. Deal Opens Hatchery. HAMPTON, March 9.-^A chicken hatchery is being opened here by L. C. Deal, well known poultry man. The new plant will operate under the Dame of the Hampton Electric Hatchery and is on the Oma Huston land on highway 65 in the north edge of Hampton.. 1 i WHEN THE THERMOMEIEt DROPS ' HERE'S PROOF Phillips 66 is GH TEST Gravity Q Q Your motor needs high test gasoline for quick starting in freezing weather. You know that. You also know that Phillips is the world's largest producer of natural high test gasoline. Is it any wonder then, that in every ad we tell you exactly how high the test of Phillips 66 is! Not with high-sounding, meaningless claims. But with plain figures . s s wfeich^are definite proof of honest high test ..s.. which guarantee more value for the money . ; -. which insure real action for every cent you spend to fill the tank; Phill-up with Phillips and feel the difference. Your motor starts with split-second speed. Soon it purrs along, as| on a rainy June night. 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