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March 13, 1934

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MARCH 13 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE ; DARK HORSE" WINS CLARION SCHOOL ELECTION 579-276 MARGIN OF 6 IN NORTHWOODVOTE Results of Other Elections Held in North Iowa Are Reported. CLARION, March 13.--Dr. G. A. Evans, whose name did not appear on the printed ballot, was elected director in the Clarion school district. He received 579 votes as compared with 276 received by Ed O. Turk, whose name was the only one appearing on the regular ballot. Turk has been a member of the board for three years. UBDAHL IS ELECTED BY « VOTE MAKGIN NORTHWOOD, March 13.--By a six vote margin. C. N. Urdahl was elected to the board of education Monday. Urdahl received 167 votes ,ind H. H. Douglas 161. There were 13 scattered votes and a total vote of 341. Mrs. A. S. Lund was elected treasurer, receiving 142 votes and defeating W. K. Hunter, who received 112 votes and Mrs. A. C. S. Rue, who had 31. There were eight scattered votes. 0. A. Tenold, the retiring member of the board, has served 21 years. UL.ANK AND IUTTEB AT HAYFIELD ARE ELECTED. HAYFIELD, March 13.--Thomas I. Blank, who has been on the school board for six years, was re-elected and George W. Rltter was elected at the school vote in the consolidated district. Blank received 147 votes, Hitter, 143 and J. J. Urich, 61. Ritter succeeds E. C. Waldeck, who is moving from the district. LEHMANN IS ELECTED BY VOTE AT GARNER. GARNER, March 13.--Otto 3. Lehmann, local baker, was elected school director with 255 votes, M. T. Love, who had served several years, received 102 votes. H. V. Reed was elected treasurer without opposition. Three hundred fifty-seven votes were cast. Charles H. Schissel is president of the school board and F. E. Blackstone, secretary. Directors who hold over are Dr. R. W. Specht, Charles Bethke and F. W. Steiff. LAEGEST SCHOOL VOTE AT MANLY IN 7 YEARS. MANLY, March 13.--There were 556 votes cast at the election of the Independent school district at the town hall yesterday. Mrs. Luella Mitchell was re-elected with 406 votes while Harry Bosworth receiv- ed 399 votes. D. L. Wilkie received 1G1 votes and Ingvard Andreason .145. The directors elected will serve three year terms.. Perry Webb was elected as treasurer. This is the largest poll cast in seven years. ARE NAMED AT FALLS TOWNSHIP ELECTION ROCK FALLS, March 13.--At the Falls township school election held on Monday the following were elected: Director at large. Glen Calvert; district No. 2, Art Wetter; district No. 8, William Bahnsen; district No. 3, N. J. Gildner; district No. 6, M. T. Headricksen; district No. 5, Paul Hansen; district No. 7, Elmer Heinold. TRAFFORD WINNER IN KE-ELECTION TO BOARD BELMOND, March 13.--W. H. Trafford, candidate for re-election in the school election Monday, won vith 317 votes against his opponent, Dr. A. M. Nelson, who received ,40. A total of 457 votes was cast. Six were spoiled. Dr. H. L. Gowdy received 346 votes for treasurer. Gowdy succeeded himself with no opposition. WILLIAMS ELECTED IN LTIVERNE 116 TO 93. LUYERNE, March 13.--Dr. T. L. Williams was elected director in the Luverne school district yesterday, receiving 146 votes. A. B. Burtis received 93 votes. Arthur Hof, candidate for treasurer, received 190 votes. A total of 247 votes was cast. Williams succeeds Ed Dehnert. RENAMED IX QUIET ELECTION AT CRESCO C R E S C O, March 13.--Cresco school election was a. quiet affair Monday, there being a light vote and no contest. L. A. Kellow, director, and A. J. Thompson, treasurer, were re-elected without opposition. COLIN, CHENEY WIN NORA SPRINGS VOTES NORA SPRINGS, March 13.--At the school election Monday, E. J Colin and Seth Cheney were electee as members of the school board and E. C. Moody as treasurer. EMIL HOPPE ONLY FLOYD CANDIDATE FLOYD, March 13.--Brail Hoppe was the only candidate on the ballot for. school director to succeed himself on the school board. BENHAM IS ELECTED BY VOTE IN HUXCHINS HUTCHINS, March 13.--School election was held at the Hutchins schoolhouse Monday. A. J. Benham was elected director of district No. 7. HOUGH RE-ELECTED AT QUIET ELECTION A L G O N A , March 13.--E. J. Hough was re-elected a director of the Algona board of education at a quiet election held Monday. Anniversary Observed by Couple at Nashua NASHUA, March 13.--Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Day celebrated their jolden wedding anniversary at the lome of their daughter, Mrs. H. C. Goodsell Sunday, surrounded by a *roup of relatives. They were married at Charles City, and for 49 years lived on tha same farm near St. Charles church in Floyd county, until they came here a year ago to make their home with their daugh- .er, Mrs. Goodsell. Mr. Day had been assessor in St. Charles township, Floyd county, for 24 years. Of the five children born, three are living and were present Sunday, Mrs. Goodsell, Mrs. Ed Baldwin of Charles City and Clarence Day of Mason City. 6 Lake Mills Homes Under Quarantine Now LAKE MILLS, March 13--The following homes are under quarantine for scarlet fever with one or more persons ill: Fred Bliss, Andrew Iverson, John Bjelland, Arne Holstad. Joe Thompson, Harry Twito. At the Fred Bliss home, Mrs. Bliss and three children are ill. Most of the cases are light. There are others reported to have scarlet fever but as yet are not under quarantine. H E R E A N D T H E R E * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota P.TA Play to Be Given Wednesday at Carpenter CARPENTER, March 13.--The play, "Will Ginger," will be presented Wednesday evening in the high school auditorium for the benefit of the Parent Teachers' association. The cast consists of Clarice Gorde, Myron Hansen, Carl Hansen, Alfred Hansen, William Anderson, Mrs. Nels Gorden, Mrs. Loyd Johnson, Mrs. Gust Lee, Mrs. Arthur Salton, Leland Thomas and Clayton Thomas. Rites Wednesday for Nihoof, 77, Clarion BELMOND. March 13.--Alfred Nihoof, 77, who had been seriously ill the past several months, died at his home here in the north part of town Sunday night. Mr. Nihoof was a retired farmer and has been a resident of this vicinity and town for many years. Funeral services have been announced for Wednesday afternoon at the Fulton funeral hotne, with the Rev. A. H. Anderson officiating. The fire department will change to Conoco Bronze after coming in second! CONOCQ ' RADIO PROGRAM KBC NetKork 10:30£.S.T., 9:30C.S.T.. «:}OM.S.T. Among the many users of Conoco Bronze there are many ·whose duties require them to be at their destinations in the shortest possible time. That means instant starting and lightning pick-up--outstanding Conoco Bronze features. Yet long mileage, motor smoothness, great power and high anti-knock are important and you will find them in extra measure in Conoco Bronze--but no extra price is asked. CONOCO BRONZE GASOLINE INSTANT STARTING--UGHTN/NG PICK-UP--HIGH TEST Get a free Tony Satg book of these eighteen advertisements. Go to any Conoco station or dealer, who ·will give you a postpaid, self-addressed postcard. You will receive this large book of entertaining advertising illustrations by mail. DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES AND DISTRIBUTORS FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Returns to Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Miss Nellie Knudson, who spent the past week visiting her brother, Jack and family, west of town has returned to her home at Minneapolis. Mrs. Dean Improve*. RUDD-- Mrs. Kate Dean, who has been so seriously ill, was somewhat improved yesterday. · Return From Harlan. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruble returned to their home here Sunday after spending the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Albert Nivens at Harlan. Leaves on Trip. OTRANTO--J. P. Hansen left Sunday on a business trip to Milwaukee Wis. Has Major Operation. THOMPSON--M r s. H e rm a n Hanen, living south of 'Thompson undemvent a major operation at Jie Irish hospital at Forest City Sunday. Attend Rite* at Osakls. FENTON--J. A. Schwartz, editor of the local paper, and C. F. C. Laage, prominent Fenton fanner, drove to Osakis, Minn., Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Laage's sister-in-law, Mrs. Ernest Laage, which was held Sunday afternoon. They returned Sunday evening. Move to Hutching. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lee moved to Hutchlns, where he will operate a garage at the Dew Drop inn. Mr. Lee has operated the Corwith garage for several months. 125 at Anniversary. NORTHWOOD--About 125 relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter I. Peterson to celebrate their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary. Ten years ago a large number of these same persons helped celebrate Peterson's silver wedding. Honored at Anniversary. S WALED ALE -- Relatives g a v e Mr. and Mrs. Milo Hoskins a surprise Sunday on their tenth wedding anniversary- Visit at Rochester. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. J. V McMillin of Hutchtas, Mr. and Mrs R. L. McMillin of Garner and Donald Jackson of Des Moines motored to Rochester, Minn., Sunday, -Where they visited with Mrs. B. O. Hoard who is a patient In the hbspita there. Go to Colorado. E A G L E GROVE--Mrs. R. Smairpage, accompanied by her sis ter, Mrs. F. G. Morse of Wellcsley Hilta", for a two weeks' visit to their broth er, John Fisher, at Akron, Colo, whom they have not seen for a num her of years. Were in Des Moines. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. H. 0 Webb and family, Mrs. Cecil Os wood and daughter, Betty Lou, were Des MoJnes callers Saturday. Returns From Funeral, WODEN--Mesdames George Zi pelman, Otto Glockner, Mary Pias Mid Joe Fitzpatrick of Kenosha Wis., and Mrs. Roy Wetterberg of Waukegan, 111., returned to their homes Saturday after having attended the funeral of their mother and visiting other relatives. Return From Goodell. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Johr Miller returned home from Goodell where they spent a week' visiting relatives. Guests Are Entertained. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. J. W James entertained at dinner Sundaj Mr. and Mrs. E. Paulin and sons, Mars; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence UIun and family, Swaledale; Mr. and Mrs Raymond James, Mason City, and J L. James, Thornton. Style Show Held. HUTCHINS--The followup meet ing of the women's work of Ortbe and Britt township met Monday in an all day meeting at the home o Mrs. John Smith. The lesson was "My Most Becoming Print Dress.' In the afternoon a style show was held. Bsketeers Are Entertained. ! WODEN--Ted Bode, coach of the high school here, entertained this basketball boys at a buffet supper at his home Friday evening. Supt. and Mrs. Merwin Zwald were also guests. Two Teachers HI. CORWITH--Miss Gertrude Jackman, high school Instructor, an Wesley Stukenberg, principal of the junior high school, are out of school this week on account of illness. Mrs. E. C. McMahon of Algona is teaching for Miss Jackman and Mrs. Ross Gourly for Mr. Stukenberg. Visitor From California. FREDERICKSBURG--Ray Grant of Stockton, Cal., is visiting his sister, Mrs. W, N. Ellis. Meet at Benson Home. SWALEDALE--The Farm Bureau women will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. P. Benson and she will give the lesson on dress accessories, Visitor From Clinton. FAULNER--Mrs. Charles Craig of Clinton is visiting her'sister, Mrs. J. R. Wallace. On Way to Washington. CORWITH--Mrs. M. C. Stark, a former Corwith resident, was guest of honor at a gathering at the home of Mrs. Amy Foley Friday afternoon. Mrs. Stark, with her husband and children, Virginia and Gene, The farms of five Iowa counties Sioux, Crawford, Shelby, Kossuth and Plymouth) exceed in value the arms of either New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Mississippi, Wyoming, New Mexico or Utah. Visitor From Mnrcngo. DOWS--Miss Mary Lois Dutcher if Marengo visited over the weekend with her sister, Miss June Jutcher, one of the teachers here. Two Are Elected. THORNTON--The Home Guards met Saturday at the home of Avril Alberty. Lorene Throssel was elected secretary and Beulah. Jensen mite box secretary to fill vacancies. Dorothy Ingebretson led the devotions and Lorene Throssel conducted the quiz. Home From Hospital. HANSELL--Charles Harper, who s been at the Hampton hospital receiving treatment, returned to his lome. Infant Son Burled. HUTCHINS--The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stfatton diea shortly after birth Friday. Burial was made in the cemetery near Titonka. Returns From Lincoln. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lantz and his mother, Mrs. A. J. Lantz, and J. F. Holden returned Monday from Lincoln, Nebr., where they went on a business trip and to visit relatives. Arrive From Washington. CORWITH--Miss Lillian Mitchell instructor in the schools in Seattle, Wash., arrived Monday to be with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Mitchell who is ill. YOUR IOWA An Interesting; Fact Dally About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Vlstor From Cantor. ARMSTRONG--Mrs. Alpha Irish f Cantor, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. E. Haworth. Daughter Is Born. GOLDFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. larence Sorenson are parents of daughter, Marjorie Ann, born Friday. They have one other child, son. Improves After JQlnestt. ST. ANSGAR--Jean Cleveland, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Cleveland, south of town, who had een seriously ill with pneumonia, a little better. At Rites In Dubuque. FLOYD--The Rev. Mr. Hendrickon, Will Hough, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bogard drove to Dubuque unday to attend the funeral ser- ices of the late John Steele. Daughter Is Born. RUDD--A nine pound daughter vas born Saturday, to Mr. and .Irs. Roy Fields. She has been named Betty Lou. Returns From JSost. ST. ANSGAR--James McCulla 'r., returned from Hanover, New Hampshire where he had been to attend the funeral of his cousin, Idward Wentworth. Harpist's Hund Cut. OSAGE--Frank Kelley, harpist of Kelley 'Brothers' orchestra, suf- "ered a cut on the left hand Monday that required stitches. A corn knife was the cause. Illustrated Lecture Planned. LAKE MILLS--The Women's Missionary society of the Methodist church will hold their annual mite jox opening at the church parlors Thursday evening. An illustrated ecture of various phases of missionary work will be shown. Aid Society Entertained. PROTIVIN--Miss Albina Lukesh entertained the Ladies' Aid Sunday afternoon. The afternoon was spent paying 500. First prize went to Sirs. James Urba and second to Miss Clara Bader. 4-H Club Elects. GREENE--The Union Try-it 4-H club elected officers as follows President, Erma Ruffridge; vici president, Virginia Hardy; secre tary-treasurer, Lillian Hildebrand reporter, Dorothy Mather. Guests From Marshalltown. FAULKNER--Miss Delores Bea and Miss Clara Amman of Mar shalltown came Saturday night t visit their parents. Miss Bear re turned Monday but Miss Amma will remain until Thursday with he Am Oil Burner Explodes, Causes Severe Bums to Barber at Cresco CRESCO, March 13.--Frank A. Pecoy, Cresco barber, was seriously burned on the neck and both hands Monday by the explosion of in accumulation of oil, soot and carbon on the under side of an oil burner when he attempted to light it. As a result he will be unable to work for a few days. NEWHEADOFTAX LEAGUE ELECTED Joe Wagner of Davenport Succeeds Knutson of Clear Lake. DES MOINES, March 13. (S}-Joe Wagner of Davenport today was the new president of the Iowa Association for Tax Justice succeeding C. A. Knutson, Clear Lake. Wagner was named at a meeting of the board here yesterday. Other officers include C. R. McCoy, Indianola, vice president; Vernon Sigler, Des MolneB, treasurer, and J. R. Tuzant, Dea Moines, secretary. Charlotte Green, 84, Floyd, Dies; Funeral to Be Held Wednesday FLOYD, March 13.--Fun-oral services will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Floyd M. E. church with the Rev. Mr. Christensen officiating for Miss Charlotte Green 84, svho died Sunday at the home of her nephew, Merton Clark, west of Floyd. Interment will be in the Floyd cemetery. Miss Green hac been an invalid for many years. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs Charles Fox of Belvidere, HI., and Miss Clara Green of Floyd. RITES HELD FOR OSAGE DRUGGISV Lezotte, Who Died at Boone Eastern Star Home, Was 50 Year Mason. OSAGE, March 13.--Charles H, Lezotte, former Osage druggist oi the firm of Samson and Lezotte, who died Sunday at the Eastern Star Home at Boone, where he and his wife resided since January, 1933, was buried Tuesday afternoon. H» had been In failing health for tome time. Mr. Lezotte was born in Haverhill, N. Car., Jan. 9, 1857, coming to Osage at the age of 16. On Oct. 3, 1882, he was married to Jessie L. Moran. His wife, two children, Dana M. of New Hampton, and George V. of South Milwaukee, a brother, Dr. George D. Lezotte of Muscatine, and four grandchildren survive. Mr. Lezotte studied pharmacy under the late J. F. Dailey, Osage pharmacist, and about 30 years ago formed a partnership with Frank Sampson in that business here. Mr. Lezotte was a 50 year Mason at Osage, a member of the local Blue Lodge, the Commandery, and a charter member of Bethany chapter. Order of the Eastern Star. He was also a member of the local Odd Fellows' for many years. Services in charge of J. D. Kern were held at the Champion funeral home, followed by a Masonic commitment service at Osage cemetery. Mrs. Skafte Is Named President of Wright Women's Federation CLARION, March 13.--The ex,- ecutive board of the Wright county Federation of Women's clubs met in Clarion Saturday. Mrs. L. B. Skafte of Goldfield will be the new- president, Mrs. Paine of Eagle Grove, treasurer, and Bon Walker Taylor of Clarion, secretary. The organization will meet early in May at Goldfield. man. "" Guests From Minneapolis. , LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rick are here from Minneapolis to visit at the Rick-Anderson homes. Leg; Was Broken. LAKOTA--J. H. Holcomb, who injured his leg some time ago, went to the hospital at Estherville, where i he had an X-ray picture taken and found that there was a broken bone just above the ankle. He is now going about with the aid of crutches. Guest From Vlnton. . GRAFTON--Arnold Petznick of Vinton visited friends and relatives this wek-cnd. Visitor From ^Lawrence. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Harry Lewis, Lawrence, Kans., is in town attending to business matters. She is staying with her niece, Mrs. Harry Anderson. Return From College. TITONKA--Miss Margaret Sleper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sleper, and Miss Anna Welhou- sen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Welhousen, returned Saturday from Cedar Falls, where they have been attending the Iowa State Teachers' college. Wood Chopping Bee Held. NORA SPRINGS--A wood chopping bee.was held in Gaylord woods by- men who are members of tho Church of Christ. The women of the church furnished dinner in the church parlors. Visitor From Bluffs. GARNER--Miss Esther King oi Council Bluffs arrived Monday to visit her grandparents, Justice and Mrs. H. V. Reed. Miss King will visit relatives at Crystal Lake before returning to her home. Will Meet Friday. CARPENTER--N. L. Aid meets Friday afternoon at the parish house with Mrs. L. S. McGilvery and Miss Naoma, hostesses. Visitors at Ames. BURT--Mrs. F. E. Rubey is spending a couple of weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Quenton Carey, at Ames. ICO Attend Program. NORA SPRINGS -- A Sunday school program waa given at the Methodist church Monday evening in which the sacred picture, "I Am the Way" was given in three episodes. There was a duet by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moody and other features given by the children. About 160 were present. Home From Dubuque. LAKOTA--Wilbur Hassebrock and Norman Frerking were home from Dubuque to spend the week-end at their homes here. The boys are students at the University of Dubuque, where they are studying for the ministry. Will Me«t Wednesday. NORA SPRINGS--The Calendai THE SALE OF VALVOLINE / MOTOR OIL /veceuie- . . , VALVOLINE KEEPS FAITH in refinery sealed quart and 5 quart cans We've Ixsen in this business of lubrication for quite * while. We've seen motor oik come and go. 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PHONE 888 spent the week-end here enroutc circle of the Methodist church will from Luther to their new home iu | be entertained in the church parlors j Shclton, Wash. Mr. Stark was man- ] Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. John i JOE DANIELS FRANK L. RYAN ager of the Convith Co-operative Grain company before going to Luther. They will operate a store j and filling station at their new lo- I cation. Treloar, Mrs. Tom Treloar. Mrs, Ellsworth Treloar, Mrs. James Wyatt, Mrs. Seward Hartong and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Ruth Rooks will have charge of ths program. MASTER SERVICE STATION GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Don't Cuss Fone t ; * . . Corner First Street S. N and Washington Avenue lon't Cuss 1 J OC Fone U s . . 1480 Corner 2nd St. N. E. and Del. Ave.--S. of New Fostofflce

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