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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 11, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 1938 IOWA SCHOOL BOARDS WILL GATHER MONDAY TO ORGANIZE INCUMBENTS WIN AT ST, ANSGAR Only 82 Votes Are Cast at .Hampton and Algona Has Only 38. School boards, including the newly elected members, will meet Monday in North Iowa to organize, following out the regulations according to state law. Presidents will tie elected and work of the new year started. Incumbents Are Winners. ST. ANSGAR--The annual school election was held Monday with 323 balloLs cast. The old directors seeking re-election were elected, George Gutman receiving 167 and Sherwin Kleinwort 166. Others on the ticket were Dr. W. L. Dockstader 127, the Rev. Olaf Langebough, 96, and W. Leon Thorson, 64. Wilmer Rosel received 232 votes for treasurer. Inman, Envin Elected. ROCKFORD--L. W. Inman and Dr. H. H. Erwin were elected as members of the Rockford school board at the election held in the town hall Monday. J. A. Ruckdashel was- also a candidate. Mr. Inman was a candidate to succeed himself and Dr. Ervin will succeed Mrs. F. B. Triggr, who did not seek re-election. Chosen at Bristow. BRISTOW--H. R. Duffield and Jake Wessels were elected directors at the school election held Monday. Vote Unusually Light. CLARKSVILLE--At the school election of Clarksville, Monday, an unusually light vote, 42, was registered. C. P. Christensen and W. F. Eusching were re-elected to succeed themselves as directors, and H. N. Reints was elected to succeed W. L. Asher as treasurer. Will Serve Again. · AREDALE--School election was held Monday afternoon. Few votes were cast. Jack Raber was re-elected on the board. Chosen at Lonerock. LONEROCK--Mrs. Glenn Sharp was elected for a one year terra and Frederick Schultz for a two year term at the school election held Monday. · 50 Ballots Cast. CRYSTAL LAKE--Only 50 ballots were cast Monday at the annual school election. Gerald Voiding received 45 votes; Tom Murry 40 votes for the directors; Morton Nelson received 41 votes for treasurer. There were 200 less votes cast Monday than last year. Re-Elected to Board. GRAFTON -- The school board held its election Monday in the schooliouse. The following' were reelected: Herman Walk, treasurer and Walter Wagner, director. Each Receive 79 Votes. HAMPTON--A total of 82 votes was cast Monday in the school board election in which there was no contest. E. H. Bryan and L. H. Davis, candidates for re-election for a three year terra each received 79 votes and D. D. Bramwell, candidate for re-election as treasurer., for a two year term, received 74 votes. D. D. Inglis received one -vote for treasurer and R. R. Stuart received one vote. Neither was a candidate. Ticket Is Re-Elected. LAKE MILLS--The general school election passed very quietly here. The former ticket was re-elected. Oscar Twito and Ed King' land were the directors and John Horvie the treasurer. None Filed Candidacies. PLYMOUTH--School election was held at the schoolhouse Monday to elect two directors and a treasurer. No candidates having filed, those holding the present positions were elected, Paul Chehock and S. L. See- Jey, directors and M. A. Hanson, treasurer. New Treasurer Elected. FERTILE--The Fertile ' Consolidated school election went off quietly Monday. J. A. Ouverson was reelected on the school board to the only vacancy, and L. C. Tallackson was elected treasurer to fill the vacancy,, filled by C. N. Jorgenson, refused to serve another term. Have No Opposition. HANLONTOWN--School election passed off quietly Monday with no opposition. W. J. Loveless and Burr Payne were elected directors and Mrs. Myrtle McEnelly, treasurer. New Directors Named. STILSON--School election was held Monday st the schoolhouse. A new director of Stilson school is Lawrence Carlson of district No. 5 of oBone township, M. K. Nail of district No. 7 and C. R. Williams. New Directors Named. GENEVA--Albert Fredericks and C- M. Lambert are the newly elected school directors to take the place of Henry Sicms and Frank Thomas. Only 38 Votes at Algona. ALGONA--The annual city school election was held at the high school Monday with only 38 votes cast. It was very quiet with no contests. Mrs. D. D. Monlux and D. L. Leffert were re-elected directors for the board for a three year term. Other members of the board include Dr. W. D. Andrews, G. D. Shumway and.E.. J. Hough and Mrs. George St. John. Will Succeed Self. BRADFORD--At school election Monday, Will Roche was elected to succeed himself. Other members of the board are Wayne Boyington and Gene Klien, with C. B. Jones, secretary and L. F. Houshka, treasur- r. No Candidates Filed. THORNTON--In the school election Monday, George Myers was reelected director for three years and A. L. Hemming, treasurer. There was little interest shown in the election as there were no candidates filed for the place of director. Only 51 votes were cast. Two Are Chosen. ROCKWELL--George E. Moorehead and Gerald Miller were elected directors and James F. Murphy, treasurer in a quiet school election held here Monday afternoon. Will Succeed Selves. OTRANTO--School election was held Monday afternoon. Eric Wahl and Fred Logerman were elected to succeed themselves. 19 Votes Are Cast. STACYVILLE--Public school election Monday was a quiet affair with only 19 votes cast for directors Messrs. George Penney and Joe Mayer and treasurer, Anton Halbach. Henninges Is Elected. ALTA VISTA--Raymond Hen- riges succeeded Lou Wegner to the board of directors of the local high school at the annual election here Monday and Ed Kemp Sr., was reelected. Little interest was mani^ fested in the election and only 62 votes were cast. Kemp received 50, Hennig-es 44 and Wegner 29. Joe Menges, the only candidate for treasurer was re-elected with 52 votes. Again Will Serve. MARBLE ROCK--Thirty-five ballots were cast at school election, Monday. W. R. Smith and Elmer Lines were re-elected directors. R. D. Walster was re-elected treasurer. Good Turnout of Voters. RAKE--The annual election of the Rake independent school district was held at the city hall.'There was a good turnout at the polls with 117 ballots cast. H. L. Heath and Dr. M. W. Smith were elected to fill the expired terms of John Mauss and M. J. Erdal as directors. John Rake, with no opposition, · was re-elected treasurer. Re-Elected to Board. SWALEDALE -- School election was a quiet affair, only 35 vote: being cast. M. Peterson and Adolph von der Linde were re-elected as directors and G. A. Eddy re-elected as treasurer. ;W'inners at Dumont. DUMONT--The following members of the consolidated school board were re-elected Monday: Charles Boylan, 145; Jacob F. Pfaltzgraff, 111; treasurer, S. G, Barlow. L. H. Overturf, 61, and Carl Boechemeier, 58, were defeated. 61 Votes at Chapin. CHAPIN--The Chapin consolidated school election was held at the schoolhouse Monday afternoon with 61 votes cast. T. B. Hamilton was re-elected to succeed himself anc L. F. Heuberger was elected to fill the place vacated by Roy Koenings- berg. Chosen at Ridgeway. RIDGEWAY--One hundred forty- four votes were cast at the annual school election held here Monday. Directors .elected were C. R. Butz x H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous 25 Items From North Iowa Globe-Gazette Correspondents and Minnesota in 72nd Birthday Observed. CLARKSVILLE--A company of 'ourtcen relatives held a surprise jarty on Jake Best Sunday on his seventy-second birthday anniversary. Mr. Best has resided in this community all of his life. Return to Colleges. LIME SPRINGS--The following students returned to their respective colleges after spending the week-end at home, Miss Dorothy Thomas and Charles Moore to Coe at Cedar Rapids; Bernard Hughes to :edar Falls and Wendell Van Der Bie and Tudor Price to Cornell at Mt. Vernon. Declam R-sults Announced. MITCHELL--The home declama- ;ory contest for the Mitchell consolidated school was held in the auditorium. The following results were given: Oratorical, Robert Cordes; dramatic, Helen Bennett; humorous, Avis Schmidt. Miss Lucille Ruby, dramatic coach in the Osage school was judge. H. D. A. in Charge. DECORAH--Miss Helen Gilger, H. D. A., was in charge of the program given at the meeting of the Child's Study club. The program included a movie, "Sun Babies." The meeting was held in the large court- oom. Leave for Highmore. DOWS--Ezra Drury left Monday form his home in Highmore, S. Dak., after visiting the past two weeks in the parental Ed Drury home and with other relatives. Mrs. Maria Vaughn. Honored at Surprise Party. RIDGEWAY--Mrs. L. T. Fosse was honored at a surprise party by a number of her friends and relatives Saturday afternoon, on her 76th birthday anniversary. Are Parents of Son. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sherwood are parents of a boy, their first. Mr. Sherwood is principal of the school here. Moves Near Coulter. BRADFORD--Glen Staley moved to a farm near Coulter. Move From Bristow. RUDD -- The Edward Folkert family moved from Bristow to the farm vacated by the Holtz family. Returns From Missouri. HUTCHINS--John Schleuger accompanied his brother on a trip to Missouri, returning Thursday. 'He reports the grass showing up green and dust blowing along the roads and that the farmers are busy with their spring planting. Visit in Jefferson. THORNTON--Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Dittmer spent the week-end visiting Mrs, Dittmer's parents, Mrs:. F. E. Stidwell, in Mr. and Jefferson. Mrs. Stidwell returned with, them for a two weeks visit. . Born to Couples. CRYSTAL LAKE--A daughter weighing 7 pounds and 15 ounces was born Friday night to.Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Benson at the Irish hospital in Forest City- This is their first child. The child has been named Dixie Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Earp are also the parents of a son born to them Sunday at the Irish hospital at Forest City. This is also their first child. and -Dr. L. J. Hospodarsky, for a term of three years and G. A. Kuntz for a term of one year. I. G. McQueen was re-elected treasurer. The following are the directors elected at the annual school elec tions Monday in the rural schoo districts of Lincoln township: Dis trict No. 1, James R. Soukup; No. 2 Ernest Baumgartner; No. 3, Frank Saraac; No. 4, John Enger; No. 5 Elling Lundby, No. 6, Ole Melaas Renamed at Rudd. RUDD--William Hans was reelected treasurer of the schoo board and Otto Brandau was re elected director. Will Serve Again. COULTER--At the school election Monday J. C. Hansen was elected for a term of three years to succeed himself. Ole Hansen was again elected-as treasurer for two years JUNGLE BOUND! "I always smoke Camels for digestion's sake," says Frank Buck, famous wild animal collector, whose expedition is shown above entering the depths of the tropical jungle of Malaysia. "I recommend Camels for flavor," he continues. "They are rich and mellow. And they are a delightful help to digestion." Science confirms Mr. Buck's reliance upon Camels as an aid to digestion and-well-being. It has beea definitely established that smoking Camels increases the flow of digestive fluids and gives a cheering, comforting "lift"! CAMELS SET YOU RIGHT! They are a friendly aid to digestion. And no matter how many you smoke- Camels never get on your nerves. Birthday Is Celebrated. MITCHELL--A group o£ relatives and friends surprised Charles Graves at his home in honor of his birthday. 500 was played at four .ables, followed by a picnic lunch. Returns From Molinc. MITCHELL--Frank Arickx returned home for the spring farm vork after having spent the win- ,er at Moline, 111., where he worked n one of the machine shops. Will Meet Thursday. STILSON--Mrs. C. R. Williams 'ill be hostess to the U. B. Ladies' Aid society Thursday afternoon at ,he church. Leave for Florida. LONEROCK--Donald Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, left for Lake Wales, Fla., vhere he expects to be a month in .raining camp for the Milwaukee jaseball club. Relief Assistant Injured. HAMPTON--Mrs. J. P. Myers, county relief assistant, is recover- ng at her home from a sprained jack and knee suffered when she : ell on the stairs at her home Sunday. Visits With Parents. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Janet Christensen, who is employed at Waterloo, came Monday afternoon to visit a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Christensen. Suffers From Gangrene. STACYVILLE--Jake Winkcls is suffering from gangrene which set in on his toes after a long illness. Mr. and Mrs. William Jorden will care for him. Home From California. LAKOTA--U. A. Dreesman and Albert Koppen who have been spending the past two months in arrived home on coal coal California, day. · At Rites in Britt. MESERVEY -- William Messel- heiser attended the funeral of his brother, Ed Messelheiser, at Britt Sunday. His brother was about 65 years old and had been in poor health for some time. Leave for Idaho. NORTHWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Anderson of Summerton, S Car., left Tuesday for Kellogg, Idaho, where Mr. Anderson will be associated with the Bunker Hill Smelting company as engineer. They arrived Saturday and spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson, parents of Mr. Anderson. Visitor From Wisconsin. PLYMOUTH--Charles Fromm of Cederburg, Wis., is visiting relatives and transacting business here. He with his family formerly resided here. Moved to Mankato. SEXTON--Mrs. Loyd Stevens and children went to their new home near Mankato, Minn. Nominated at Caucus. FERTILE--The town caucus was held Monday evening when the following were nominated: Thelan Elth'on, 'mayor; treasurer; C. 0. Joe Fallackson, Sheimo, assessor. Councilmen were C. N. Jorgenson, Harley Ouverson, Leo Stokke, Max Purcell and P. J. Ouverson. Will Go to Denver. .GARNER -- County Engineer Charles F. Merten and Mrs. Merten will leave Saturday to motor to Denver, Colo., where Mr. Merten who is a captain in the reserve officers corps will be in training for two weeks at Fort Logan. Guests From Wisconsin. GRAFTON--Robert and Morley Hartwig of Cottage Grove, Wis., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Bork, Sr. Visitors From Io\va City. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Freida Lippert and LaVerne Kuehl drove from Iowa City Saturday evening and visited until Sunday evening at the parental Lippert and Kuehl homes. They were accompanied from Waterloo by Mrs. Matilda Schultz who visited at the Kuehl and Baldner homes. Visit at Guttenberg. MESERVEY--Mrs. Dorothy Braga and son, Gary, are visiting Mrs Braga's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fumbage at Guttenfacrg. Home From Visit. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. W. H. May are home from an extended visit with their daughters at Eddyville. Plan Playground Equipment. LUVERNE -- The Community club met Monday evening with smaller attendance than usual on account of the roads. Plans were made to purchase some playground equipment for the park. Injured in Fail. NORTHWOOD--Miss Anna Ed wards, 78. suffered injuries to one arm when she fell down a short flight of steps in her home here Tuesday Fortunately no bones were broken but as she is in rather feeble health she may be housed up for a time. Returns From Waterloo. ROCKWELL--Mrs. Mary McCarthy returned Tuesday from a month's visit with her son, Clement, at Waterloo. Brought to Hospital. LAKE MILLS--Jerry Groe, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Groe, was brought' to the Kingland hospital Monday. He has been seriously ill with pneumonia. Legion Reaches Quota. RAKE--The local American Legion post has accomplished its aim to reach the quota in membership this year. The post commander, Bert Underbakkc, and the adjutant, Mcntc Asmiis, each received pins of award from the Legion headquarters for ascending over the quota. Suffers Injured Hand. RUDD--Ray Burzette suffered a badly injured left hand as he was helping unload a carload of Saturday. A large lump of slipped and struck it. Were in West Indies. RIDGEWAY--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baker of Minneapolis, Minn., are here for a week's visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Baker returned last week from a month's vacation trip to various points in Florida. They also enjoyed a six day cruise to the West Indies. Visitor From Minneapolis. DOWS--Mrs. Margretta Gundcr- son, teacher at Minneapolis, visited over the week-end in the home of her father, M. S. Gunderson. Arrives From South Bend. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Ethel Brainerd of South Bend, Ind., arrived Monday morning at the home of her father, 0. J. Hubbard where she will care for Mrs. Hubbard who is suffering from a broken leg. Visitor From Hardy. GALT--Earl Pollock of Hardy called on friends here Monday. Moving From Independence. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmidt drove to Independence Sunday to visit Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Van Etten, and to bring back a load of household goods. The Schmidt's are getting settled in their new home here. They returned home the same night. Gospel Team Heard. GARNER--A gospel team of eight high school young men from Mason City led by Artemus Brown, Jr., had entire charge of the Sabbath evening service at the United Presbyterian church. One of them accompanied the singing on the piano, one read the Scripture and the others gave short talks. Visitor From Des Monies. ALEXANDER--Leroy Stoffer of Des Moines, spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoffer. Meets at Chyle Home. PROTIVIN-- The Legion auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Frances Chyle Saturday evening. Ill in Arkansas. ALLISON--Mrs. Roy Parsons received word of the critical illness of her mother, Mrs. Rosina Hamilton at Springdale, Ark. Mrs. Hamilton is well known here. Play Program Given. HAMPTON--The second in a series of four one ..act play programs was given at the high school Monday evening by members of Miss Eleanor Dunn's high school dramatic classes. Visitors From Marion. PROTIVIN--Harry Parker and son of Marion are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buble, Sr., and family for a couple days. Move From Britt. MITCHELL--The Martin Jensen family moved Monday from Britt to the farm about three miles west of town, which they purchased recently from the North Western Mutual Insurance company of Milwaukee. The Martin Lenoch family, who lived on the place for several years, moved to a farm near Orchard. The Oscar Nichols family moved here from Gafton, into the house purchased of SEEK TO RAISE HOUSING LEVELS Architects Plan to Bring Service Into Small House Field. DECORAH, (UP)--Iowa architects, builders, government agencies, banking and other groups soon are to be mobilized into a movement to raise national housing levels, it was disclosed here. Charles Altfillisch. chairman of the Iowa chapter of the American Institute o£ Architects, is in charge of Iowa activities. In Small House Field. A major objective of the movement is to bring architectural service, hitherto largely confined to costlier structures, into the small house field. Another aim, with the aid of the federal home loan bank system, building and loan associations, and other lending agencies, is to raise building and mortgage standards. Three million new and four million modernized homes are needed, according to Stephen F. Voorhees, president of the American Institute of Architects, which is backing the campaign. It is planned to enlist the entire architectural profession in directing their construction and design. Plan Is Drafted. Housing groups in each of the Institute's 68 chapters will carry on the work in every section of the United States, in co-operation with field representatives of the Federal Housing Administration, Voorhees said. An authorized plan for financial and technical co-operation of the two groups now is being drafted, Voorhees. explained. Greatest emphasis is to be placed upon need of homes costing up to 54,000, he said. Co-operation of other groups in Iowa is to be sought by Altfillisch. who will direct Iowa activities in the campaign from here. Hanlontown Home Which Burned Will Be Rebuilt HANLONTOWN--The N. L. Storre family is planning to rebuild a home to replace the one burned. Not much of the household goods was saved and much of it was scorched, due to inability to get in far enough from the burning structure, as the house was practically snowed in. The hired hand as well as the teacher who made her borne with them lost all o£ their clothing. They are staying- with the Christ Schott family for the present. Swea City Man Jailed on Charge of Drunkenness ALGONA--Dick Saat.hoff, Swea City, was lodged in jail Tuesday on a charge of drunkenness and and disorderly conduct after caus- )r. Pangburn Named Head of North wood Golf Club NORTHWOOD--Dr. S. A. Pang)um was elected president of the Northwood Golf club at the annual meeting of that organization, A. E. Ordahl was elected vice president, and Clarence Huus was elected scc- ·ctary and treasurer. Albert Huso and Carl Arcndts, the latter a resident of Kensett, were named trustees. M. M. Brager, who has held the position of president for the past :wo years, refused to serve for a third term. Return From Kansas. HANLONTOWN--R. M. Hall, son leuben, went to Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday and returned Saturday. They were accompanied by Mrs. R. M. Hall who visited relatives at Randall and Mrs. Seymour Hall who visited a sister and family in Des Moincs. ing He a disturbance' was given Titonka. day jail sentence by Mayor Wolfe of Titonka. One gallon of alcohol was confiscated from his possession. John Neilson, Bancroft, was given a 15 day sentence Monday on drunkenness charges by Mayor A. A. Droessler of Bancroft. Perna Whitney Buried. OSAGE--Funeral services were leld Tuesday afternoon at the Champion funeral home in charge of the Rev. Mr. Stiles Lessly of the Congregational church for Miss Perna Whitney, 74, who died at her home here Sunday after a 2% years' .Uness with paralysis. 2 ARE RESCUED FROM FLAMES Farm Home Near Burr Oak Is Destroyed; Loss Placed at $2,000. DECORAH--The farm home of Fred Douglas, near Burr Oak, burned to the ground. James Douglas, father of Fred, and Mrs. Harold Harvey, his sister, were rescued from the burning house by neighbors who were first to observe the flaming roof. The condition of the roads made it impossible for the community fire truck to reach the burning building in time to save it. The loss, which will reach nearly $2,000 was partly covered with insurance. Hurt Man Fined. GARNER--H. W. Trainer of Eurt was picked up Tuesday morning on Highway No. 18. four miles west of Garner, on a reckless driving charge by State Highway Patrolman Claude Benedict. He pleaded guilty in Justice H. V. Reed's court' and paid a fine of $5 and .$2 cost. Ha attempted to pass a car on a hill. Ut "BUDGET" ' There's real satisfaction in knowing that you still a» indulge in quality without extravagance. Enjoy the advantages of Custom-Fit Top, All-Over Tipt-Toe, Streamline Duo-Heel, Extra-Mileage Foot, Anchor Lock Stitch and other exclusive PHOENIX features. 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