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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1934
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 27 1934 FOUR HURT AS AUTO UPSETS Buffalo Center Persons Are Taken to Hospital at Fort Dodge. BUFFALO CENTER. March 27.-Four young people of this vicinity were injured Sunday evening when the car in which they were riding, returning from Fort Dodge, turned over near Gilmore City. Those Injured were Carrie Larson, student at Waldorf, who suffered s broken jaw bone, Leon Barsness an'' Orland Sparks of Buffalo Center and Miss Pekham of Thompson. Lights blinded the driver. All were caken to Fort Dodge hospital for treatment. Mr. Barnsness and Sparkes have returned to their homes. Schrecengost Practice in Armstrong Is Bought by Dr. Whitlow of Swea City ARMSTRONG. March 27.--Dr. R H- Schrecengost sold his residence office property and veterinary practice to Dr. A. Whitlow of Swea City, who will take possession April 3. Mrs. Whitlow and children wil) move here at the end of the school year. Dr. Schrecengost expects to leave Armstrong for Los Angeles Cat, after April 1 to make his home, his wife being a resident ol jthat place. Kerbsback Funeral Is Conducted at Ledyard LEDYARD, March 27.--Joseph Kerbsback died at his home five miles west of town Saturday afternoon of heart disease. Surviving are six grown children. His wife preceded him in death two years ago. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at the Sacred Heart Catholic church with the Rev. Father Sturm in charge.. Fifty-three blood tests were necessary to find the correct type of b'-od for a recent transfusion. Mrs. Meland Dies at Lake Mills; Husband and Two Sons Survive LAKE MILLS, March 27.--Mrs. Tillie Meland, 33, died Monday morning at the Kingland hospital. Death was due to a hemorrhage. Tillie Leidal, who was a daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Leidal, was born Dec. 6. 1901, at Klester, Minn. In 1919 she moved with her parents to Lake Mills. She was married to Knute Meland Nov. 11, 1922. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son. Harlan, 10, and an Infant son. born Monday morning. Unless further notice, the funeral will be held Friday afternoon at the Salem Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. 90th Birthday Observed by Jones, Lime Springs LIME SPRINGS, March 27.--Edward T. Jones was 90 years old Saturday. He had several callers and was recipient of a birthday card shower. Mr. Jones' son, Tom and wife of Madison, Wis., were present to help celebrate the birthday. Mrs. Morris Davis celebrated her ninetieth birthday March 15. A card shower was held for Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Owen E. Thomas celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday, March 24. Daughter of Thompson .Couple Hurt in Crash THOMPSON, March 27.--Mr. and Mrs. C C. Peckhom were called to Fort Dodge Monday after their daughter, June, was Injured In an auto accident near Gilmore City. Arrow Interrupts Electric Service CEDAR RAPIDS, March 27. C3V- Electric service was interrupted for 28 minutes in all outlying residential districts when a green willow arrow, fired from the bow of a boy playing Indian, lodged on wires in such a way that it caused a short circuit. _ JAILED OVER HEART BALM DEBT] Onable to pay a $7,500 judgment in an alienation of affections suit, Mrs. Myrtle Tanner Blacklidge, former collector of Internal revenue, was jailed In Chicago. Mrs. Suzanne Nottingham, policeman's wife who won the verdict against Mrs. Blacklidge, had her love rival jailed by promising to pay $3 a week for her meals. (Associated Press Photo). Buys Taylor Lunch Room. EMMETSBURG, March 27.--Wilbur Price, former hotel man at Graettinger, has purchased the Taylor lunch room here and has already taken possession. The Graettinger hostelry has been purchased by Ray Loveall who is managing it. R. N. A. Books Audited. WESLEY--Mrs. Clara Trumbull of Omaha, special auditor of the Supreme Royal Neighbor camp at Rock Island, HI., is here giving the local books a special audit. She is being entertained at the home of Oracle Edna Sturdivant. BUY YOUR CAR BEFORE APRIL 1st SAVE THE TAX! On April 1st a 2% Sales Tax Will Be Added to the Delivery Price of ALL NEW AND USED CARS By purchasing your automobile before the first of April, you will save the amount of this tax. If you are planning on buying a new or used car this Spring or Summer , . . BUY NOW and avoid this additional expense! ONLY 4 DAYS Remaining Before Tax Becomes Effective J. H. Martson DODGE AND PLYMOUTH z Block East of Hanford Hotel Lapiner Motor Company HUDSON -- TERRAPLANE 125 South Delaware Ave. Phone 1183 Tom Summerhays Company Mason City Motor Company CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 116 South Delaware Ave. Wagner Motor Company FORD SALES AND SERVICE 202 First Street S. E. John Gallagher, Inc. PONTIAC MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE 27 Second Street S. E. Phone 1567 NASH SALES AND SERVICE 22-24 Second Street S. E. Phone 208 North Iowa Motor Company STUDEBAKER SALES AND SERVICE Phone 896 S R Chevrolet Company, Inc. CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE 18 South Washington Ave. Phone 665 COUNCIL GALLS FRANCHISE VOTE Charles City Proposal to Be Submitted to Voters, Probably April 30. CHARLES CITY, March 27.--The city council passed a new ordinance and franchise for the Charles'City Gas company late Monday night which will be voted on by the people of Charles City probably April 30, acordlng to Mayor W. K, Carr, Tuesday morning. The date for the election was not set definitely. The franchise for the gas plant will expire in April. The new franchise will be for 25 years, subject to termination in the event the city wishes to condemn or purchase the plant In case the city does either, no growing value Is to be added to the unexpired term of the franchise. The city will reserve the right to locate future mains and will also determine where work above ground shall be done. The ordinance calls for a sliding scale of rates with $1 as the minimum. The rates shall be fixed so the citizens will know what they are voting for. Specifications also call for the gas company to pay all damages In case of accidents and furnish legal defense in case of suits. The city will reserve the right to have a certified public accountant examine all the books of the gas company here in Charles City or any office the city may name. If the company refuses to allow this it will constitute grounds for the revoking' of the franchise. The gas company will be required to continue furnishing the city 120,000 cubic feet of gas free. The company shall also deposit $500 to pay for the cost of publishing the ordinance and the cost of the election The council reserves all powers not expressly granted by the franhise. Wisconsin Farmer Slays One Robber and Wounds Second GREEN BAY, March 27. JF--Gustav Faridaens, 61 year old farmer, meeting the challenge of four masked robbers with revolver fire when they broke into his home near here early today, killed one and seriously wounded another. The other two were held In the county jail after confessing, police said. All were neighbors of Pari- daens. · The dead man is Paul Kamps, 35, and the wounded is Bert Vande Hei, 28. Russell Vande Hei, 25, Bert's brother, and Fred Hock, 17, were captured. C. E. Doak Dies in Cedar Falls Hospital WATERLOO, March 27. CSV-C. E. Doak, deputy internal revenue collector in charge of field deputies, died at Sartori Memorial hospital in Cedar Falls Tuesday forenoon. He was a resident of Des Moines and formerly lived in Cedar Falls. Doak had been in failing health several years with a heart ailment, and had been in the hospital nearly a week before he died. Mrs. Doak has been with him during his last illness. ' Postoffice at Leland Is Now in Jorgenson Store LELAND, March 27.--The postof- fice was moved Saturday to George Jorgenson's hardware store. Effie M. Steward, who had the office for almost 20 years, is succeeded by Elizabeth K. Buren, acting postmaster. A civil service examination for postmaster is to be held soon. The last day for filing applications is April 13, 1934. Kleckner Gives Sermon at Service in Hampton HAMPTON, March 27.--The Rev. C. S. Kleckner, pastor of the Church of Christ, was the speaker at the union meeting of the Congregational, Baptist, Methodist and Church of Christ congregations at the Congregational church Sunday evening Mrs. Clyde Yount, Sheffield, sang. The meeings will be continued through Passion week and will be held at the Church of Christ and Congregational church. RONBERG ELECTED AT FOREST CITY nm Fift 1) feld, B. J. Uockjndorf and Charles Luckritz for councllmen. Inez M. Daly of the citizens' ticket was named treasurer without opposition. Nick Nosbisch was the citizens' candidate for mayor. INCUMBENT DEFEATED mC ONLY 10 VOTES CLARION, March 27--L. L. Klrkpatrick was elected mayor of Clarion, receiving 343 vote*. Dr. G. B. Brown, the incumbent, received 323 votes. The other candidates were E. H. Leonard, receiving 189 and E. R. Martin, 16S. A. E. Weber was named treasurer. H. G. Bowman and O. N. Scott were named councllmen at large and Paul Heacox, Fred Brooke, R. s. Austin and E. A. Glendy, ward councilmen. LESLIE EDDY NAMED MAYOR OF SWALEDAL8 SWALEDAIE, March 27.--Leslie Eddy waa elected mayor, receiving SO votes. He defeated Carl Lelnhaas. who received 44. Henry Conner was named treasurer and Charles England, assessor. Councllmen elected were George Urbatch, Walter Zook and G. A. 'Eddy. On* hundred three votes were cast. BARZ IS CHOSEN BY VOTERS AT GARNER GARNER March 27.--W. J. Ban was elected mayor, recelvng 187 votes. Names of three other candidates were written in. Charles Marks, manager of the Avery theater, received 65 votes; Art Wille, local clothier, received 47 votes and Mrs. Clarence G. Barnes 5. C. R. Sweigard was re-elected assessor with 215 votes. His opponent, Ross E. Utt, on the Independent ticket, received 131 votes. The council were all re-elected without opposition. They are B. L. Prouty, Gust Boehnke, Dr. J. S. Wesson, H. H. Ollenburg. Treasurer Charles Wellik and H. V. Reed, town clerk, were reelected without opposition. Mayor Barz has served eight years. Three hundred and sixty-three votes were cast which is about a two-thirds vote. SUPERIOR COtTBT AT IOWA FALLS LOSES IOWA FALLS, March 27.--At a spirited election Monday at which about 1,500 ballots were cast, the administration ticket, headed by Mayor Frank M. Cottrell, won by a 2 to 1 majority. The present council was retained, the personnel being F. W. Hibner and John Berfield councilmen-at-large, M. O. Hocum councilman from the first and W W. Johnson, from the second ward There was no opposition to the minor city offices, W. S. Walker being re-elected treasurer; E. A. Westbury, park commissioner to succeed M. M. Kickels; W. K. Armentrout, hospital trustee, and Albert Klein, assessor. The vote on the abolishment o: the superior court, carried by an overwhelming- majority. Politically Mayor Cottrell is a democrat and he councilmen, republicans, party Ines cutting no figure .in the campaign. VRI1TEN IN NAME WINNER AT ELMA ELMA, March 27.--A split vote, with a possible recount and a "writ- en-in" winner was indicated as the returns were counted in the Elma own election. D. B. Brandmill was elected mayor, on the "New Deal" ticket, and G. Lietz, E. B. Richmond, and t. 3. Erlon were named to the town council on the same ticket. Other councilmen are Walter Diekmann, ;reasurer, and Lewis O'Toole, whose name was written into the ballots. Ed Sayers, "Regular" party candidate, also won a council post, as did Jim Kane, assessor. The latter vote was so close that a recount may be demanded. TRAINER RE-ELECTED BY ACKLEY VOTERS ACKLEY, March 27.--F. E. Trainer, who has been mayor the past six terms, was re-elected, receiving 370 votes. His opponent, R. R. Hadley, recieved 355. Others elected were: Councilmen, Fred J. Seibold, 523; Ed J. Kenlnger, 471; Ferdinand Schultz, 421; William Marschall, 318; Edward Coyle, 312; treasurer, G. H. Ballard, 342; assessor, William A. Humke, 354. Other votes cast for council were William Flessa, 311; Ed A. Amman, 311; W. J. Scourick, 2Q5; W. B. Artes, 257; Richard Heinz, 256. HAWN IS NAMED MAYOR OF AREDALE AREDALE, March 27.--C. H. Hawn on the citizen's ticket, was elected mayor of Ackley, receiving 61 votes, while A. D. Allen on the People's ticket received 41. R. S. Stoddard was named treasurer anc Orlle Miller assessor. Those elected councilmen were J. H. Raber George Ilgenfrltz, Homer Stout, H H. Hopkins- and J. F. Mero, all oi whom had opposition. Ninety-seven votes were cast. SEAMAN IS ELECTED AT NORA SPRINGS. NORA SPRINGS, March 27.--I M. Seaman was chosen mayor of Nora Springs yesterday by a large majority. The name of W. F. Miner was written in as the other candidate. A. B. Hemphlll was chosen assessor and H. H. Schnedler, treasurer. Councilmen elected were F W. Ueker, J. T. Hofler, C. D. Ellis B. A. Barker and Daniel F. Dean. OFFICIALS CHOSEN AT BUFFALO CENTER. BUFFALO CENTER, March 27 --John Lornback was re-electee mayor of Buffalo Center with 123 votes. The name of O. R. Cramer was written in and he received 69 votes. Councilmen chosen were H W. Winter, John Slaba, J. L. Costigan, John Asrnus and Anton Rank The name of J. C. Koppen, former councilmen, was-written In several times but he was not elected. PEOPLE'S TICKET IS NAMED AT WEST UNION. WEST UNION, March 27.--The People's ticket won the city election Monday. This ticket consisted of Elmer J. Smith, mayor; Harry Kelg, Harry Raney, B. 3. Hanson, H. A. Retaers, Harry A. Neff, ouncilmen; H. W. Hall, treasurer, and W. W. Wright, assessor, who lad no opposition. XUSDE RE-ELJKCTED IN LUVERNE VOTE. LUVERNE, March 27.--George Tlede was re-elected mayor of Lu- verns, receiving 106 votes. Will Ramus, whose name was written in, received 49. Others elected were Fred Schneider, J. L. Lichty, Lloyd Smith, Harold Sorenson, who is new and Charles Wolf, on the council; H. H. Lichty for treasurer and J. C. Ellis for assessor. JIT!' TICKET WINS IN 3LARKSVILLE VOTE. CLARKSVTLLE, March 27.--D. L. Youngs wag elected mayor of Clarksville,' receiving 248 votes. The incumbent, E. B. Stevenson was given 107 votes. Alfred Schmade- te was named treasurer with 251 votes, Van Poesal was named assessor with 254 votes, aod for councilmen those elected were August Miller, 174; Warren Bellis.,182; August Hammel, 226; Frank Newberry, 249;Lester Sinram, 178. Ross Knight, a candidate for assessor, received 37 votes. ' CRESCO GIVES STRONG SUPPORT FOR BAND. CRESCO, March 27--In the Cresco election, the band .was given strong support. Officers elected were H. G. Addle, mayor; C. E. Fields, A. L. Ohmacht, Ed Wilkins, C. S. Miller, J. D. Kennelly, councilmen; E. P. Farnsworth, treasurer; F. J. Thayer, assessor; J. H. Howe, park commissioner. Trout Is Named Acting Mitchell Postmaster MITCHELL, March 27.--E. W. Trout has been appointed acting postmaster for the Mitchell postof- fice following the resignation of Mrs. Chloe Ritter, who has held the position for the past five years. Mr. Trout enters upon his' new duties at once. Mallard Youth Given Suspended Sentence EMMETSBURG, March 27-Howard Bryant, 24, of Mallard,, pleaded guilty in district court here to charges of breaking and entering the Brownlee hardware store at.. Mallard in February and was fined $25 and sentenced to a year in jail, then paroled to Dr. G. H. Keeney of Mallard Monday by Judge George Heald. Operetta at Dows High School for Two Nights;! DOWS, March 27.--The high school operetta, "Ask ths Profes-. . sor," will be given at the high schoof, Tuesday and Wednesday evening*/" There v-ill be only two days' Ea?* vacation here, Thursday and Frid Mrs. Bennett Named Head of Mitchell Unity Club MITCHELL, March 27.--The annual business meeting of the Unity cluVwas held at the home of Mrs. Ed Glassel. The following were elected: President, Mrs. W. P. Bennett; vice president, Mrs. L. R. Dockerty; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. H. W. Trout Osage Woman Injured. NASHUA, March 27.--When Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Winther and children were returning to their home in Osage after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Usher, their car collided with another near the Deep Rock Service station at Charles City, and Mrs. Winther was thrown into the windshield, receiving minor cuts and bruises and a badly injured leg which will confine her to her bed. Hired by Telephone Firm. EMMONS, Minn., March 24.--The board of directors of the Fanners' Telephone company held an annual meeting and named: Lineman, Maurice Olson; day operators, Constance Rasmusson and Mrs. Melvin Sveen; night operator, Mrs. Ida Lanijan, 7Ms Unique New Gas Refrigerator Has NO MOVING PARTS Small Amount Down Balance in Convenient Monthly Payment* ELECTROLUX Facts About Electrolax 1. Permanently silent , « « e 2. Has no moving parts . « » 3. Tiny gas flame is whole work* 4. No repairing required . . 5. Economical in operation s «. Has temperature control . B T. Non-stop defrosting , . 5 8. Ample food space . « . » 9 . Plenty o f Ice cubes - I B S H ERE is a new, decidedly different refrigerator, that has no moving parts . . . nothing to make noise . . . nothing to wear. A new refrigerator that freezes entirely by a tiny gas flame without even the aid of water. Extreme? Well, yes and no. Extreme in that it offers a distinct departure from conventional refrigerator performance. Yet practical in that it has already provided dependable, economical refrigeration in thousands of homes a number of years. Why don't you see the new Electrolux tomorrow? Learn why' the entire gas industry endorses it. After getting the facts, you'll readily agree that Electrolux offers everything you could possibly want--and then a little bit more. KOPLES GAS AND EUECTKIC COMBVNY Approjud Refrigerators Maj Alio Be rurcbaMd Irom Othei Reliable Dealers to This CommnaJrf

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