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Tuesday, March 10, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 1936 SEVEN MESERVEY VOTES BONDS FOR GYM-AUDITORIUM AT SCHOOL FREE BOOKS AT OSAGE DEFEATED Nashua Approves Issue of $10,000 for Repairs and Fixtures. MESERVEY--By a margin of 14 votes of the 60 per cent required, Meservey voters Monday approved a bond issue of $8,000 for "building a new auditorium and gymnasium. A transfer of J2,000 from the general fund is also involved in the Construction. At a previous election, two years ago, the proposal was defeated. G. B. Gruis and W. J. Hartfelder 'were re-elected to the board without opposition. FREE TEXTBOOKS AT OSAGE ARE DEFEATED OSAGE--The proposal to provide free textbooks was defeated Mon' day at. the school election by a vote of 302 against and 198 for. W. E. Sheldon, treasurer, unopposed was re-elected. H. L. LaRue with 436 and G. O. Laschbrook with 400 were elected directors for three year terms. H. R. Duncan, who had withdrawn from the race, received 12. Max Catz with 188 was named -to the two year term, defeating Mrs. Hazel Swann Dickson with 154 and Henry Kienast with 132. F. P. Chapman received 452 and was named to the .one year term. LUNDBERG, SEGERSTROM WIN AT FOREST CITY FOREST CITY--Herman Lundberg and A. F. Segerstrom were elected directors of the Forest City school board at the election Monday. The count was: Lundberg, 428; Segerstrom, 407; T. J. Irish, 305; and G. E. Osmundson. 241. The total vote cast was 705 with 9 spoiled. WOMEN ARE WINNERS IN SHEFFIELD VOTE SHEFFIELD -- Mrs. Dorothea Yelland with 1S6 and Mrs. Lou Es- sflinger with 138 were elected directors of the school board Monday. The other candidates were M. A. Sanderneier with 98 and W. B. Trowbridge, incumbent, with SO. Harry O. Webb was elected treasurer without opposition. The vote totaled 259. GRATTIDGE AND MRS. MULLIN ARE ELECTED ' WESLEY--John L. Grattidge and Mrs. Vee Mullin were elected on the school board Monday. H. M. Hanson and Mrs. Frank Koba were the other candidates. H. J. Braley retired after serving 22 years on the board. K Ems Gerdes was elected treasurer. l» Total vote was 144. K BIG MAJORITY FOR NASHUA BOND ISSUE NASHUA--A $10,000 bond issue for repairs to the old school and fixtures for the new school was approved Monday with 134 for and 27 against. Roy Scoles with 150 votes and J. P. 'Watson, 143, were reelected directors and A. L : Kout, treasurer, was elected with 118. TWO MEN DEFEAT TWO WOMEN AT GOLDFIELD- : GOLDFIELD--The annual school election of the Goldfield Independent school district was held Monday with a total of 194 votes cast, p. F. Schipull and Braden Stoakes were elected over the two women candidates, Mrs. E. L. Bartley and Mrs. L. B. Skafte. The votes stood: Sehipull, 118; Stoakes, 103; Bartley i, 81 and Shafte 60. DIRECTORS AKB RE-NAMED j TO EAGLE GROVE BOARD. EAGLE GROVE--At the school election Monday, the following directors were re-elected to succeed themselves: Evert McGrath and Ed Ryan, for three years, and Stanley 1 Bragdon for one year. Scattering votes were cast for Dr. E. C. Johnson, Dr. E. B. McCulloch and Mrs. Grace MacNaughton. The total number of votes cast was 196. VOTED INTO OFFICE AT QUIET CLARION ELECTION. CLARON--B. E. Nagle and R. B. Duer, unopposed candidates for election to the Clarion board of education were voted into office in a very quiet election Monday. They will fill the expired terms of Granville Smith, president of the board and Stanley Shupe. IOWA FALLS VOTES TO REDUCE SCHOOL DEBT IOWA FALLS--Mrs. H. A. McLeod and Mrs. W. E. Weldon were re-elected directors and Miss Elinor Cobb selected as treasurer at Monday's school election. The proposition to use $12,150 insurance money received when the North Ward school burned in January, 1934, to reduce outstanding school bonds, carried. The election was quiet and a small vote was registered. 85 VOTES CAST AT ONE OF QUIETEST ELECTIONS GARNER--A total o£ 85 votes were cast at school election Monday at one of the most quiet elections in years. Charles H. Bethke received 79 votes and Fred Steiff 78. Both men were candidates for director and had served one term each. Nat A. Buck received 74 votes for treasurer without opposition. There were 8 scattered votes for director. Justice H. V. Reed who had served 20 years as school treasurer was not a candidate for re-election. 65 VOTES CAST WHEN NO OPPOSITION SHOWN NEW HAMPTON--One of the smallest elections in recent years was held here Monday when only 65 votes were cast. C. C. Shcakley and J. G. Schtieth were re-elected with SI votes each. A. C. Klatt. treasurer, also received 61 votes. NO OPPOSITION SHOWN j FOR EMMETSBIIRG POSTS j EMMETSBURG--Dr. A. A. Thcile ' was re-elected to the Fmmctshurg school board and Dr. F. X. Cretzmeyer was named to succeed O. V. x H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Rezab Elected President. PLYMOUTH--At the Bohemian Catholic cemetery meeting held in the town hall Saturday afternoon the following officers were elected: President, Ed ' Rezab; secretary, Charles Ciner; treasurer, J. E. Che- aock; directors, Ivan Lantz, J. H. Rezab and Joe Novak. Move to Nora Springs. WHEELERWOOD--T h e J o h n Trainer family moved Sunday to their new home near Nora Springs. The Trainer family lived in this community for a number of years. Visitors Over Week-End. LYLE, Minn.--Bob Rick from Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rick from Minneapolis spent the week-end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs R. J. Rick. Pastor's Wife Honored. LAKE MILLS--The ladies of the Salem Lutheran church honored their pastor's wife, Mrs. 0. R. Sletten, on her birthday Sunday at the church parlors. A program was presented after which lunch was served. Visitor From Wisconsin. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Arnold Anderson of Florence, Wis., is here to visit her mother, Mrs. 0. Ugland. Return From Rochester. LAKOTA--George Heetland drove to Rochester, Minn., on Saturday, returning "Sunday, bringing with him his wife and daughter Faustine, who have been there the past two weeks. Faustine had recently undergone an operation for a tumor in her jaw. Return tn Nnrthfield. FERTILE--The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Okland drove to Northfield, Minn., taking their son, Elmer and wife back to college, where Elmer is a student, returning home on Saturday. Elmer Okland had been practicing teaching in the Fertile schools. Bride Is Honored. OSAGE--Mrs. Stannard Hill entertained at a linen shower Monday evening in honor of Miss Lcora Cornell, a bride of this month. Bridge was played at four table. 1 !. Wednesday evening Miss Dorothy West and Miss Lucille Larson have issued invitations for a shower to be held at the West home in Mitchell, in Miss Cornell's honor. Will Meet Thursday. CARPENTER--The H. L. Sewing circle meets Thursday at the home of Mrs. C. M. Golberg'. Hostesses are Mrs. Dwight Farnan. Former Pastor in Charge. OSAGE--Dr. Frank W. Court o£ Davenport, a former pastor here, is conducting special Lenten services all week at the Methodist church where his son, the Rev. Frank Court is now pastor. Mrs. Helen Cassluig of Davenport has charge of the jnu- sic and also is conducting special sei-vices for young; people every afternoon after school. Returns From Des Mninos. BRADFORD--Stycrl Fraser returned after spending the winter with his father in Des Moines. Born at Forest City. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Benson of Crystal Lake are parents of a 7 pound 13 ounce girl. The baby was born Friday night and has been named Dixie Lee. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tokheim and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Higgles also have baby girls. This last week 6 babies have been horn at the Irish hospital, all girls. O. E. S. School Wednesday. GARNER--Members of the local kswo6.n BbwaSLy..d m m m m order of Easter Star will hold a school of instruction at the Masonic hall Wednesday night. Mrs. Pearl M. Fluegel, district instructress of Charles City will be in charge. A 6:30 o'clock dinner will be served. Returns to Oklahoma. FOREST CITY--Mrs. M. O'Neil returned to her home in Enid, Okla., Saturday, following a several months' visit in the home of her sister, Miss Julia Beadle. Fire Damage Slight. KANAWHA--Fire started in the Art Harlow barber shop was caused from an explosion of a gas heater. Only slight damage from the smoke was done. Moving Near Decorah. FOREST CITY--Oscar Aspenson and family are moving the first ,part of this week to a farm near Decorah where they will operate a dairy. Mr. Aspenson has been employed in the Clauson and Hanson store in Forest City for a number of years. Ill at Marshalllown. HURT--Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman were called .to Marshalltown Sunday by the serious illness of Mrs. Chipman's father. Henry Ross, who had a stroke a few weeks ago. Returns From Florida. CORWITH--Dean Brown returned Friday from a three months' stay with his aunt, Mrs. Dell Gorrell at Dunedin, Fla. Visit in Des Moines. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carr spent Sunday in Des Moines visiting with their son, Donald. Visits in Des Moines. FOREST CITY.-- Mrs. H. F. Thompson is visiting her daughter, Miss Helen Mar Thompson in Des Moines this week. Given Farewell Party. SWALEDALE--A farewell party was held Saturday at the John Benson home for Mrs. David Enabnet. Mr. and Mrs. Enabnet had a sale of farm implements and stock Friday and are moving: to Clear Lake. Move From Wyoming. WESLEY--John Govern, together with a daughter and her husband, returned to Wesley last week fol- owing a 20 years absence, having ived in Wyoming after leaving Wes- ey. Their stock and goods arrived iere Friday via the C. M. St. P. route. They will live on Mr Govern's farm north of town, which is being vacated by the Dewey Hutchison family. Will Make Up School. DUMONT -- The consolidated school was held on Saturday. It is planned to make up five days on Saturdays and forego the usual spring vacation and close school May 29 as planned. School was closed 13'j days because of blizzards and coal shortage. Substitutes in Pulpit. FOREST CITY--The Rev. Stanley Olson of Waldorf college substituted in the pulpit of the First M. E. church Sunday morning due to the illness of the Rev. H. O. Ward, pastor of the church. Program Is Presented. OSAGE--The regular meeting- of the City Federation of Women's clubs was held Monday afternoon in the city restroom. 'The Osage Woman's club had charge of the program. A motion was carried to present the matter of the dangerous intersection at Seventh and Main streets before the city council. The following program was announced by Mrs. Emmett McGuire; Mrs. Grace Thomason read several poems; Mrs. H. L. Lidstrom played a violin solo, accompanied by Mrs. G. L. Horton; Jeanette w'oodard gave a reading. Visitor From Waterloo. BRADFORD--Mrs. Harry Bullard of Waterloo is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller. Visitor From St. Olaf. LAKE MILLS--Art Sand, senior student at St. Olaf college,-is visiting his sister, Olga. Visit in Minneapolis. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ozmun and sons, Duane and Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Gisle Johnson drove to Minneapolis Sunday. Mrs. Ozmun and children remained for a few days' visit with her sisters, Mrs. Morseth at Minneapolis and Mrs. Salzwedel at Osseo. Home From Texas. WESLEY--Mrs. Silas Skow and son, Harold, who spent from Dec. 1 on with her mother, Mrs. Nils M. Johnson at Alamo, Texas, returned to their home here Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Johnson and a cousin, Inga Halvorson, who also went south with them. Mrs. Johnson's son, Herbert, recently underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix at a hospital in Minnesota. Are at Hot Springs, WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan of Algona are in Hot Springs, Ark., with a party of three others for a 10 days' stay at the Springs. Visitors From South. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Feldt, who have spent their honeymoon in Florida and other points of the south returned Sunday and will go to housekeeping in the Mrs. Martha Smidt house, vacates by his brother, Edward, who moved on a farm near Otranto. Will Reopen in April. FERTILE-- The Mission held a business session last Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Eikenbury where it was agreed to re-open Sunday school on the first Sunday in April, Mrs. Eik- enbury was re-elected superintendent and Mrs. Thelan Elthon assistant, Carol Hammervold, secretary- treasurer. Postmaster Eikenbury was elected teacher for the Bible class. Critz in the annual school election here Monday. William Egcn was reelected treasurer of the board. None was opposed. About US votes were cast. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR NATURAl "BULK" Needed to Correct Constipation* Most people recognize the seriousness of constipation. But too often they dose themselves with strong cathartics that often actually lead to chronic constipation. The natural way to check common constipation is to correct the condition which causes it--usually, insufficient "bulk" in meals. How can you get "hulk"? Fruits and vegetables have some. Bran has more. The most popular product of this kind is Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. The "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is gentle in action. ALL-BRAN also supplies vitamin B and iron. This delicious cereal is a ·whole- some food. Serve ALL-BRAN regularly for regularity, with milk or cream--or use in cooking. Two tablespoonfuls of ALL-BRAN daily will usually correct constipation due to insufficient "bulk." If not relieved, see your doctor, ALL-BRAN gives you gentle internal exercise. Sold by all grocers. M a d e by Kellogg in Battle Creek. f Ccjisti]aLipn due to jjwu^tcicnt "bulk" Guests in Minneapolis. LELAND--Miss Ruth Johnson and Misa Lucilc McGreevey spent .he week-end with friends and rela- ,ives in Minneapolis. Honored at Shower. STACYVIL.LE -- A prenuptial shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gerbig Sunday, honoring their daughter, Maurine. Twenty-five guests were present. Miss Gerbig was graduated from Osage high school and since then las been a beauty operator at Lake Mills. She is engaged to Norman kelson of Lake Mills. Returns to Fonda. RAKE--Joe Jordahl returned to his teaching duties at Fonda after spending from Thursday until Sunday at the Martin C. Olson home. Mrs. Jordahl and son will remain here for an indefinite period. Visitor From Cedar Falls. GRAFTON--Walter Kuehn of Cedar Falls, was a visitor at the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kuehn, Jr., Sunday. Given Farewell Party. LONEROCK--Mary Ann Flaig and Lucille Genrich were hostesses to a party honoring Lucille Rath and Mary Jane Hofines who soon move. June Rahn won high prize, Lorabelle Householder low. Are Parents ol Son. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Adams are parents of a aoy born at their home Thursday, March 5. This is their second child. Return From Minneapolis. RAKE--Sidney Jcnsvold motored to Minneapolis Saturday afternoon to visit friends, returning on Sunday evening. Keturn to Cedar Rapids. GRAFTON--Mrs. Louis Schlotterback and children returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday night after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bork. Sr. Move From Remvick. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hansen and family of Renwick moved here and are occupying the farm recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Frogg and daughters. Mrs. Cook Is President. KANAWHA--The Country Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Henry Christians Friday afternoon. Mrs. Erith Cook was elected president; Mrs. Elmer Engstrom, vice president; Mrs. Martin Thompson, secretary, and Mrs. Henry Christians, treasurer. Will Uve in California. BDRT--Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mann, who have been living with Mr. Mann's mother. Mrs. Ada Mann, for nearly a year, left Sunday for Beverly Hills, Cal., where they plan to locate. Visitors From Waterloo. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wells, Jr., of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Price and daughter, Jeanne of Iowa Falls are visiting Mr. Wells and Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wells, Sr., as Mr. Wells, Sr., has been ill all winter. Birthday Is Celebrated. WHEELERWOOD--A few friends and neighbors gathered at the Claude Kisner home on Friday night to help Mrs. Kisner celebrate her birthday. CRASH FATAL TO CARL MITCHELL Former Nora Springs Man Is Killed When Struck by Drunk Driver. NORA SPRINGS--Word has been received of the death of Carl Mitchell of Cassville, Mo. He was killed when a drunken driven ran into the car in which Mr. Mitchell and four other men were riding. Mr. Mitchell was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell and was born and grew to manhood here. He visited here with his wife and mother about two years ago. He is survived by his wife and daughter and by his mother and brother, Linn and sister, Mary, all of Casville. -lorse Breaks Through Snowbank on Wagon; Is Injured, Shot Later PLYMOUTH--Fay Cooper lost an .,800 pound mare, one of a matched earn and valued at $200 Sunday. She walked over the barn yard ence on a snow bank and broke hrough on a wagon. In struggling i» get out, she was Injured so badly t was necessary to shoot her. Ole Brenden Dies at Fertile Home: Rites to Be Held Thursday FERTILE--Ole Brcntlcn died at is home in Fertile Monday. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lutheran church. The Rev. H. E. Okland will have charge of the services. Mr. Brenden leaves his wife, Etta, and one son, Arthur, and two grandchildren, Francis Mae and Lavonne Brenden, several brothers and sisters. Mr. Brenden had been failing in health about a year. Mrs. Carrol Waters of Orchard Dies in Osage ORCHARD--Mrs. Carrol Waters, who was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital a week ago. died Friday evening and was taken to the Champion undertaking parlor and the funeral was held at 1 o'clock Mon- cisy afternoon at the funeral home in'Osage, followed by rites at the church here, the Rev. Mr. Court officiating. Born in 1S89 in Bailey, Mrs. Waters spent her life there and at Orchard until 1914. when she was married, homesteading for six years in the northwest. Surviving are her husband, a daughter, Vivian, 10, a son, Vinton, 16, a sister and six brothers. Mrs. Wartman, Widow at Lakota, Succumbs LAKOTA--Mrs. Julia Wortman died Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, after a brief illness. Her husband passed away several years ago. She leaves one son, Irvin 33. and a daughter, Mrs. J. E. Ukena and four grandchildren all of this place. Two sisters, Mrs. J. C. Rand a l l , of Glenburn, N. Dak., Mrs. C R. Lewis of this place and two brothers, P. R. Winter of Missoula Mont., and C. A. Winter of this place. Fine Is Suspended. GARNER -- S t a t e Patrolman Claude Benedict arrested Johannes Matzer of Galena, 111., Saturday. He was charged with driving a car without an identification card and was fined ?5 and $2 cost. The fine was suspended on recommendation of Patrolman Benedict. The hearing was before Justice H. V. Reed. 2 MARBLE ROCK HOUSES BURKED Losee Family Returns and Finds Home Destroyed by Flames. MARBLE ROCK -- Two farm homes near here were destroyed by fire Monday afternoon. The Wrate Losee family returned home late in the day to find their home, three miles west of Marble Rock, burned down. Passing motorists had carried out most of the furniture. Fire caught In the roof of the Matt Staudt home, five miles west of here. No ladder was reported available and the home, valued at ?4,000 burned to the ground. Most of the furniture on the first floor was carried out. Move to Hampton. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stokes and daughter moved to Hampton where he has employment. NO MORE KNEADING With this Amazing Bread Recipe [ Y O U W O R K H A R D F O R NOTHING IF YOU KNEAD YOUR DOUGH-A FEW FOLDS ARE AIL THAT'S NECESS A R Y TO MAKE WONDERFUL BREAD 10 to 15 minutes of tiresome kneading and punching the dough. THE OLD WAY t, THE NEW WAY No kneading at all! Merely fold in flour and fold dough over a few times. No work, no effort. Takes only afcwmoments, · Master baker tells how to make the most delicious loaves simply by folding the dough . . . Saves so much time and effort! D O you work hard kneading and punching the dough every time you make bread? Don't waste your time and strength that way any longer! For now you can make the most wonderful bread without once kneading the dough. Think how much easier that would be, how much quicker! A master baker has now revealed his lifetime secret -- the No-Knead Method. You'll be amazed to see how it takes all the work and effort out of baking. And no experience is necessary. This method is practically failure-proof! Imagine it! Instead of stirring, beating and kneading your dough, you simply fold flour into the yeast ferment, press lightly with hands, and fold from sides to center. You have your dough all mixed in just a, few moments. And it makes such grand bread and rolls -- the lightest, most appe-. tizing you've ever tasted 1 With this new method, you use Yeast Foam -- a yeast specially developed for home baking. It comes dry and thus keeps till you're ready to use it. And here's another advantage: Bread made with Yeast Foam in the No-Knead way stays fresh and moist longer. 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