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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 14, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Name Written in Wins in Britt School Election Cylinder Votes Bonds; Tie School north of here taught by Ag' t i T. r»_ -J_J nes Colby as the building was used ew scattering votes of which F I. Shelledy received the larger number. Koon Is Elected. IOWA FALLS, March 14.-- Four hundred votes were cast at Uie annual election of the independent at Lawler Is Decided by Drawing. BRITT, March 14.--The school election held here resulted in a new member on the Britt school board. , N. P. Nelson, who haa served on the board for a number of years was the only candidate out. However, In the last stage of the election the name of Bruce Lacock was written in and he won. The total vote was 76 for Mr. Lacock and 65 »jfor Mr. Nelson. »2,000 Bond* Voted. CYLINDER, March 14.--The town of Cylinder voted in favor of a $20,000 bond issue Monday, toward the building of a new school there. .The vote stood 204-16. The new building, to be erected near the site of the present one, is expected to cost abSit $40,000, with additional money to com* from the school and public works funds, it was said 1 Tuesday. · Decide He by Drawing. LAWLER, March 14.--In the election for one school director and a Seasurer, W. P- Corrigan won over E L. Bolger 206 to 166 and John ; Eichkoff was elected tre-wer. in ! an, 383 votes were cast Twenty- two absent ballots were recorded , and 11 were spoiled or not voted, --for treasurer four persons received one vote each for. a The winner's name was drawn from DECO March ".-Thirteen who were up for re-election. Mm Merle Knight, President of the toard; Norman C. « ta °"" Iaa Chellis Evanson, were all t*****?- Oscar Winger, former countyaudi- tor and Elmer Wepler, groceryman . Mrs. Knight received votes, . . Nelson 1,039, Evanson 53, Wfcger 551 and Wepler 397 Thirty-nine ballots were spoiled ^and five ballots were cast for outsiders. Locked Out of House, NASHUA, March 14-- When Mrs. Frank Harrison went downtown Say ngiht after the polls closed to learn the result of school election from force of habit she locked the nes Colby as the building was usert for the school election. Simon Albertson was re-elected a director. Named Without Contest MESERVEY, March 14.--Edward Rooks was elected director for three years and Arthur Musgjerd treasurer for two years at the annual election Monday. There was no contest. Named at Swatedale. SWALEDALE, March 14.--School election resulted in the election of H. Pahus and R. C. Taylor taking the places of Henry Casper and Cato Lundt as directors. G. A. Eddy is treasurer. Pforr ft Elected. WHEELERWOOD, March 14.-Henry Pforr was elected director of the Lincoln No. 6 at the meeting held here. W. Butler was director the past year but moved from the community on March 1. Named to Vacancy PLYMOUTH, March 14.--Glen Byington has been appointed school director in district No. 8, Union township, Worth county, to fill va- cany caused by the moving of W Borchardt from the township to Falls township. Robinson Is Winner. KENSETT, March 14.--The school election was held Monday The two running for directors were J. J. Boyette for re-election and J C Robinson. Robinson received 54 votes and J. J. Boyette 20. Elected »t Geneva. GENEVA, March 14.--la th! school election, B. D. Hunt was re elected for treasurer, defeating C M. Lambert Frank Tenter was elec ted director against Frank Kurtz whose term expired. Chosen at Faulkner. FAULKNER, March 14.--The fol lowing school directors were elected in Osceola township: District No. l George Meyer: No. 2, John Kleto No. 3, Edd O'Brien; No. 4, Heik Muller; No. 5, John Laipple; No. 6 D H. Lynch; No. 7, Edwin Clawson- No. 8, Fred Haupt; No. 9, Jas- oucsuie. Y»U=" "" --~-----· . . spent the afternoon in haultog voters to the polls, thought that hi *ould go down and find out how e'ectio/cam e ou£ h««%*»%£ locked out, but despite n^J' · he crawled out of «. 1 joined friend wife. At school district of Iowa per Mein. Count Is Clow. DUMONT, March 14.-- The school election Monday resulted in victorv for F. M Sorenson, member for the oast six years and president of the board. The count was close with 114 for Sorenson and Allen There were cast than two years ago. S. G. Bar- 105 for Harry 125 less votes from force of nami sue W^»=L. -.- nast ttan two years ago . a. u. uw- door and hung the key up on the :low was re ^ ]ec ted treasurer with no outside. TOen her husband who bad ^.^ elected treasurer. · Re-Elected at Floyd. FLOYD, March 14.--Emil Hoppe was re-elected Monday as member of the Floyd consolidated school board. H. J. Thompson was re-elected treasurer. Election Qnlet Affair. DOWS, March 14.--The school election Monday afternoon passed quietly C. F. Peterson was elected on the board in place of Hans Christiansen whose term expired ana who is a candidate for supervisor. j E Oler was re-elected treasurer. Ellison ft Elected. FREDERICKSBURG, March 14. --E. A. Ellison was re-elected t the school elec- opposltion. . Named to Membership. BR1STOW, March 14.--Edward C. Rheingaus was elected to membership on the school board for a three year term at the school election. Harry L- S«arlft wag elected treasurer. tormui,,, ,,,» G. E. Van Wert and W R Held at the school election. Mrs. Merrlck Named. _ ROCKFORD, March 14.---Mrs. Llovd Merrlck was elected Director of the school board. She received 305 votes and Mrs. Irene Bmek, 132. Adelaide Gunderson for treasurer received 308. Only WJ Votes Cast NEW HAMPTON, March 14.-The Khool^ecttonjras W«£ e TMTM " l " c. re-elected a director and ^'SCMarloW- LONEROCK, March *^.-- -- ~; tors for two y 8 "^^- ^Q otter candidates "ewlSSf for directors . nnnosltlon. Falls. these, Claude H. Koon, who was elected, received 321 votes, Glen Gardner, 32 and Dr. Lammers, t. Miss Elinor Cobb was re-elected treasurer with 342 votes. Three New Members Elected. RIDGEWAY, March 14,--Town school election was held at the Baker Johnson store. Three new members were elected: Karl Thompson, Ed Hovden and Anton Brekke to succeed John Moe, Addle Fosse and L G. McQueen. Directors for rural schools in Lincoln township are: Jim Soukup for district No. 1; William Belts, district No. 2; Frank Samec, district No. 3; John Enger, district No. 4; Clarence Hamre, district No. 5,and Gilbert Hopperstad, district No. 6. Two Are Re-Elected. MARBLE ROCK, March 14.--But 65 ballots were cast in school election on Monday. Roy Taylor was reelected director for a term of three years. Ralph Walster was re-elected treasurer for a term of two years. Boylngton Is Be-Elected. BRADFORD, March 14.--At the school election Wayne Boyington was re-elected. Other members of the board are Will Roche and Casper Meyer. Eagle Grove Vote Light. EAGLE GROVE, March 14.--The vote at the school election Monday was light, a total of only 115 votes being cast. Bruce E. Corliss was reelected as director, and Arthur Martin as treasurer, without opposition. Are Named at Budd. RUDD March 14.--School election was held Monday. William Hans was re-elected treasurer. Fred Muller will fill the vacancy caused by Elmer Treloar moving, Dr. H. A. Dockstader was re-elected as director and Louis Clay will take Walter Jackson's place. Vote Is Large. LUVERNE, March 14.--The following members of the board of education of the Vernon consolidated school south of Luverne were elected Monday. Wendell Friday and Oscar Wyatt, were both re-elected for a 3 year term with Frank Moeding as treasurer. There was a large vote cast. Boristetter ft Elected. CORWITH, March 14.--R. E. Bonnstetter was elected director of the Corwith consolidated schools for a three year term at the election Monday. A total of 309 votes were cast, Bonnstetter receiving 167, W. 0. Kirchgatter, 142. C. C. Johnson was elected school treasurer, receiving 241 votes. Elected at Miller. MILLER, March 14.--At the school election, A. H. Nonweiler and Inewert Jefson were elected direc- tni"fcr flTT' JTJHlr^f"" 3 K1 " J man wai elected to fffl vaciocy for two years. Herman Wise Named. SEXTON, March 14.--School election was held at the schoolhouse. Herman Wise was elected director. School Vote Light. WESLEY, March 14.--The annual school board election held Monday was an extremely quiet affair here. Seventy-one votes were cast out of a possible 325. I. A. Gerdes was reelected to the treasurership; H. J. Sherman and H. M. Hanson were re-elected as directors. HEED PLEA FOR SLASHED HOURS Auto Industry Takes Lead in Answering Call of President DETROIT, March 14. im--the motor car industry, a leader in the parade toward prosperity, has moved to heed President Roosevelt's plea for slashed hours and higher wage rates. It became the first of the vast industrial groups to do so when the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce announced last night that it had recommended to its member firms that average weekly hours be cut from 40 to 36 with "compensating wage increase." A few hours earlier Heary Ford, remarking that he was "mighty glad" to do it, announced that he had restored the ?5 a day minimum wage. This is the famous wage which surprised the nation when it was established back in 1914. Forty- seven thousand workers are affected. Johnson, Resident of Albert Lea, Is Buried ALBERT LEA, Minm, March 14. --Funeral services for Ed L. Johnson, 47, life time resident of Albert L«a who died Sunday, was held Tueday. Mr. Johnson was a cutter and worked in various 'markets. The funeral was at the Trinity Lutheran church. He is survived by his wife and daughter, Irene. Sentenced in Decorah Court on Rum Charge DECORAH, March 14.--Julius Landmeyer was sentenced in district court Monday to 90 days in jail, on a charge of bootlegging, and to pay a fine of $300. He is now serving the sentence. Court was adjourned yesterday until Thursday morning. Large Crowd Is Present for Gait Music Contest GALT, March 14.--The music contest, sponsored by the Gait Businessmen Booster club which was held in L O. O. F. hall was well attended, and $44.66 was the total receipts. The businessmen are purchasing a motion picture machine and will put on free pictures to the public each week starting Saturday night. CharlesCityNews Man Ordered to Give Aid to Wife at Rudd CHARLES CITY, March 14.--D. J. Woodworth was arrested by Sheriff B. F. Atherton in Mason City upon complaint of his wife, Edna Woodworth of Rudd who claimed Woodworth had not paid her money due on a separate maintenance agreement made 11 years ago. A hearing was held yesterday before Justice John McGeeney who directed that Woodworth pay $6.25 a w«ek'to the clerk of the district court for 'the support of his daughter, Phylis. Woodworth claimed he had been out of work and unable to supply the funds. Thursday in the Lutheran church parlors where the following program will be given: Duet, Mrs. Kenneth Springer and Mrs. Irving Smith: review of mission lesson, Mrs. Walter Mark; selections on the mouth organ, Ethel Mae Fitzgerald; Mrs. Fred Ortman and her committee will serve. Olive Hand, regent, Mrs. George Buckman, and Mrs. Isaac Frederickson gave reports of the state D. A. R. convention at the monthly meeting of Alden Sears chapter Monday. Luncheon was served in the Anderson tea room. Mrs. Malcolm Dana and her daughter, Mary, have returned from spending the winter in the east. Couple Is Honored at on Anniversary Last Civil War Vet Widow at Luveme Dies LUVERNE, March 14.--Mrs. j Elizabeth Barton, 88, last Civil war veteran widow, died yesterday of heart disease and complications. Funeral services -will be held Thurs- tion. EMMETSBURG, March 14.--' H Morling Emmetsburg attorney, was re-elected to the school board here Monday, with no opposition to the office. William Egan was again elected treasurer of 'the board, and was likewise the sole candiaate. Eighty-one votes were cast in the election. One Ticket in Field. GOLDFIELD, March 14.--The annual school election with but one ticket in the field, brought out a light vote of 99 with the following results: H. C. Pinkham, 83 votes, 3 year term; Floyd Zincer, 61 votes, 3 year term; Harry W. Stevenson, 78 votes, 1 year term. Ross Henry, a candidate for re-election as school director received 82 votes and was re-elected for a two year term. Named M SpillviUe. " SPILLVILIJB, March 14.--The school board election held in the town hall resulted as follows: John Leeble succeeded W. C. Cekal for two years and George Zoulek to fill vacancy for three years. Hangen Is Re-EIected. TTTONKA, March 14.--The school election at the Titonka consolidated district was a quiet affair, only 46 votes being cast Ernest P. Hansen was re-elected director and Lee O. Wolfe re-elected treasurer. Gets All But One Vote, THOMPSON, March 14.--Mrs. A. J. Erickson was re-elected Monday at the school election for a three year term. There were only 49 votes cast of which she received 4S. E. O. Osmundson was elected as treasur- Terpstre Again Director. STJLSON, March 14.--The StiJson school election was held Monday. R. Terpstra was elected director again. Cloaen at Iceland. LELAND, March 14.--At the school election held Monday, O. T. Aaibroson who received 69 votes, VMUJ re-elected, Walter AmbrosoB was named treasurer, and Clifford Monson was elected to take the place of LcvJ Larson who moved to Tbncifwon. Thare was no school Moctey moruiig at ths Mattison 4-Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of Clear Lake to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Guests included the seven children of Mr. and Mrs. Hanson and their families, Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Foster, all of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer, Mr. and. Mrs. C. A. Hanson ana Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith of Mason City. Other guests were Mrs. Dora Hanson of Clear Lake, C. Lawrence Payne and Walter Needham of Mason City and Blythe Watschke of Rudd. Fourteen grandchildren and three great grandchildren were also present. Infant Son Is Buried. LAKOTA, March 14.--Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Monday at the home for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus, east of town. The Rev. A. F. Boese had charge. Rites for Ed Werder Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY, March 14.-There was a large attendance at the funeral services held at the Frederickson funeral home for Ed Werder yesterday afternoon. The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful. The Rev. E. W. Huelster, pastor of the Congregational church, had charge of the services and the members of the Elks lodge acted as pallbearers. The Elks'burial service was used at the grave in Riverside cemetery. Hudson Werder, a son, accompanied by his wife arrived Monday from Denver, Colo. Frederick Werder, a grandson, who is attending Wisconsin university, also came for the funeral. Programs for 3 Bureau Gatherings Scheduled CHARLES CITY, March 14.--The Scott township Farm Bureau will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening, March 20, at the home of Arthur Baker. The program will consist of a talk by Mr. Cross on this year's seeding program and musical numbers. Mrs. Arthur Baker, Mrs. Crowell and Mrs. Cross are the committee members in charge. A meeting of the Floyd township Farm Bureau will be held at the schoolhouse Wednesday evening, March 21. A program has been arranged. Mr. Jacobs from Charles City will give a talk on poultry. Residents of pleasant Grove township are invited to a meeting of the Farm Bureau at the home of Lou Franke Friday evening. The program will consist of community singing, business meeting, a talk by the county agent and musical numbers and movies. Bound to Grand Jury. CHARLES ' CITY, March 14.-Ephfram Hoeft of Floyd was bound At Mason City THEATERS Jail. -d "ESKIMO" IS UNIQUE PICTURE A true, living picture of the lives and customs of our neighbors to the far north, "Eskimo" is unique among modem films. So interesting is the picture that one does not realize its educational value until he reviews it in his mind. Outstanding shots show a walrus hunt, a whale being harpooned and a battie between man and wolf. Through Friday at the Cecil. * * * Dorothea Wieck, Alice Brady, Jack LaRue and Baby LeRoy comprise a cast which guarantees the highest caliber of acting, and the kidnaping plot makes the story interesting and timely. "Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen" should be a good picture. "Dark Hazard," the second feature on the Palace bill which began Wednesday, should also provide interesting entertainment. Edward G. Robinson plays the leading role, that of a natural gambler; Gene! vieve Tobin has the part of the wife who tries to reform him, and Glenda Farrell is cast in a part which is a natural for her, the ex- sweetheart of the gambler, a typical "moll." This program shows for the last times Friday night. * * * IOWA SHOWS MUSICAL REVUE "Golddiggers of 1933," obviously a bit tardy but still good, finishes a two day run Thursday at the Iowa. * * * Marlene Dietrich in one of her finest pictures, "Song of Songs," completes a two day engagement Thursday at the Strand. Alison Skipworth, Brian Aherne and Lionel Atwill furnish adequate support for the exotic star. * * * "David Harum," another Will Rogers picture. Why say more? It might be added that the outcome ofjthe romantic angle of _thej[fita of course, ends'the right way. This picture begins a four day run Saturday at the Cecil. MARC^14JHJ£3£___ Mishap Victim Burled. MARBLE ROCK, March 14.--Funeral services for Lawrence Davis, 39 killed in an automobile accident enroute here 'to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs.. Lottie Davis, were held Tuesday in the armory in Lisbon, N. Dak., under the auspices of the American Legion post of that place. The services conducted bv the Methodist minister and the state chaplain of the American Legion. Services for Neal, 6, who died from injuries in the accident, were also held at this time. It was the birthday of Joan Bennett, screen actress, thus Gene Marker, her writer-husband and members of the Bennett family showered her wltft gifts. But Mr. Stork brought the "best of all," a baby girl. The daughter, named Melinda, was born at a Los Angeles hospital. (Central Press). NOW SHOWING ENDS IHVRS. A monument to love --1 m 1 1 n i as Ou marble out ot which U was born! iETRKH ALSO COMEJUY mud CABIOOS MAT. 15c - EVE. IDc synonomous with the Dunn-Sally Bilers combination, has developed a- new partnership which is every bit as effective. The new member of the firm is Claire Trevor, attractive blond who can put over wise cracks like nobody's business. Their latest picture is "Hold That Girl" which starts a four day run Saturday at the Palace on the same program with "I Like It That Way," musical comedy starring Gloria Stuart and Roger Pryor. * * # "The Fighting Code," western action picture featuring Buck Jones with Diane Sinclair, Ward Bond and Louis Natheaux, plays Friday and Saturday at the Iowa theater. * * « Another feature film in the series of western pictures with Tom Tyler as the star will show Friday and Saturday at the Strand. "When a Man Rides Alone," as the production is called, features Adele Lacey and Al Bridge with Tyler. Charles Capper Sells Hatchery at Lawler LAWLER, March 14.--The entire stock and equipment of the Capper hatchery, formerly owned by Charles Capper of Elgin, has been sold to August Schael, who haa operated it for the past three years. Under the new ownership the name wjtt be changed to the O. K. Hatch- "ery. " '·" x ' ··- -fe-.~i·jfe Special Added Feature NOW SHOWING Scenes of Mason City Bank Robbery Attends Rites In Chicago. CHARLES CITY, March 14.--J. ^. Livington went to Chicago last night to attend the funeral of his H-otlrer, Lee, who died Sunday at his lome there. Lee Livingston, 52, left Charles City 30 years ago. He was a graduate of the local high school. He is survived by four brothers and two sisters. One of his sters, Mrs. E. E. Sweet.lives in Colwell. JIMMY DUNN HAS NEW SCREEN PARTNER Jimmy Dnun, whose name was CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 14.-Ernest Patten' is at the bedside of E M. Sherman who is in the hospital at Rochester, Minn. Mr. Sherman is expected to have an operation. The Tabitha circle will meet eiui c^i'*.-*-wi ·· - anv opposition T was re-elected treasurer. Named at Plymouth. PLYMOUTH, March 14.--to the JEV^*f£S*TS ST. ANSGAR, Sarch 14.- School election was hew with only 224 votes ca: TM\X£T^A%£ ^ansen-.M^-Be^on^ivedH- Have No Opposition. ~! March 14.--At the school election Oscar Horvei sue- S a Ho h rvS eIf for^eS 0r Th^ w^no^osiHon to the incumbent ^a'ssssL BANLONTOWN, March 14g- HWlltoi. 58. T. O. Thovson received 62 votes for treasurer. C *" Vntlebury is a Winner HAMPTON, March 14.--- tion of the inaeF trict of Hampton 93 votes wei tlebury was eiet.=u ""---v ;,,,.. term of three years t and J3«ia Bramwell will serve a years to succeed J. H. treasurer. ^ ·CARPENTER, March 14.--At the member. 82 Ballots Cast. OSAGE, March 14.--Eighty-two ballots were cast in the Osage school election. Attorney A- £/· Brown and Walter E. Sheldon were the candidates, to succeed thfci- silves Mr. Brown received 67 votes and Mr. Sheldon 75. There were a church, the Rev. William Baddley in charge. Surviving are two sons, LeRoy of Minneapolis,. William of Luverne, Mrs. Clark McCormick of Los Angeles and Mrs. Bertha Larimer of Luverne. flrs. Koeningsburg of Sheffield Is Buried SHEFFIELD, March 14.--Mrs. R. !. Koeningsburg, 53, died at her jome five miles west of Sheffield Saturday evening following a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. O. W. Brenner, pas of the German Baptist chui Mrs. Koeoingsburg was born in Brainemoor, Germany, March 9 1880. She came to America with her parents in 1903. Surviving are her husband, R. B. Koeningsburg; four sons, August, Henry, Reinold, Orville; one daughter, Mabel; two children died in childhood. She is also survived by four sisters and one brother. Tremendous Reductions in BUS RATES MASON CITY to ONE WAY St. Paul $ 2.35 DesMoines S 2.20 Kansas City $ 5.25 Ames § 2.00 Cedar Rapids S 2.80 Waterloo $ 1-70 Los Angeles $25.20 New York $15.50 Bus Fares to Other Points Are Proportionately as Low. Phone 97 for information. Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot at 16 First Street S. W. Mason City, Iowa CRIME HITS MASON CITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK ROBBED in Daring Daylight Holdup! MISS FANE'S BABY IS STOLEN! Child Vanishes in Deep of the Night 400,000 DEMANDED Here it is! The picture Hollywood was afraid to make ... until now! Headline drama written in the heartblood of anguished motherhood! "Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen" with a great cast headed by DOROTHEA WIECK, ALICE BRADY, BABY LEROY REWARD yourself with one of the most exciting evenings you'll ever spend in a theater At the PALACE now Now and Thure. Mat. 15c; Eve. 20c; Children 10c IOWA WAKREN WILLIAM ALINE MacMAHON JOAN BLONDELL DICK POWELL GUY KIBBEE GINGER ROGERS NED SPARKS RUBS KEELER World's Most Beautiful Girls Song Hits Mighty Spectacles MAJOR 1 FEATURE!^ Mat 20C Eve. 30c NOW SHOWING iPALACS Eveiy mother wtl! clutch her cHW closer to her breast when she sees... DOROTHEA WEICK ALICE BRADY IB Rupert Hnsl«' "'"T V "Miss Fane's '. is Stolen" With Baby LeKoy CECIL -TODAY- Primitive Love . . . Untamed--Unashamed! An epic from the edge of eternity HE'S COMING ~ TO THE ~~ CECIE 4 - B I G DAYS - 4 Starts Saturday! The One And Only Will Rogers Greater than "Trader 'David Harum' s _ _J --with-- ^^^=0^^ Thousands of fans have requested that Rogers play this role and ... IT HAS TURNED OUT TO BE THE BEST WILL ROGERS PICTURE OF ALL TIME!! Plan Right Now to See "DAVID HARUM"

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