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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ber. SHACK FIXED UP Puts Final Touches on His Lonely Antarctic Home for Next 8 Months. LITTLE AMERICA, Antarctica, March 28. UP)--(Via. MacKay Radio) --Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd put the final touches today on a little shack where he will spend eight months with a battery of thermometers for company. It's all in the name of science. Alone in this tiny portable house at a winter advance base 123 miles south of Little America, he plans to study antarctic meteorological phenomena until the end of Octo- 2r. There will be perils aplenty. Intense cold. Depressing darkness. Sudden storms. Yet, said Byrd as he departed by plane: "I hope no one will make anything of what I am about to do ... I am making no sacrifice of any kind." He urged the 55 men at Little America not to become concerned should his radio fail. After all, he smiled, "I am not a radio operator, so the radio will probably fail." In his abserice, the men at Little America will be under command of Dr. Thomas C. Poulter, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, senior scientist and Second in command. Funeral of Niels Riis, Pioneer Resident of Coulter, Is Conducted COULTER, March 28.--Niels Riis, : . pioneer resident of this community who died Sunday night at his home, was buried Wednesday 'afternoon. Mr. Riis was engaged in Â·.farming for. a number of years and recently moved to Coulter. Surviv- .'tag are his wife and the following children: Andrew Riis of Oakland, Minn.; Mrs. Chris Johansen, Latimer; Mrs. Theodore Korth, Dows; Herman Riis, Coon Rapids, Harold Riis,.Dows; Mrs: Claude Mossman, Liscomb, Mrs. Harold Johansen, Coulter. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church here, the local pastor, the Rev. H. Jorgenson, officiating. Gets Salary Advance. NASHUA, March 28.--Keith . Conklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.-A. Conklin, who has been instructor of music in the schools at Marble Rock the past four years, has been re. hired for another year at an advance in salary. Brown Elected 912-514 for Emmetsburg Mayor Heavy Votes Polled in Many North Iowa Municipal Elections. EMMETSBURG, March 28.--A heavy vote was polled here Monday in the city election, with Earl Brown, incumbent, winning the mayoralty race over Joseph Hand by a vote of 912 to 514. Earl Beebe. east side councilman-at-large, was defeated for re-election by Melvin Jeppeson, by a vote of 697 to 577, L. H. Bauck, west side councilman-at-large. defeated Josenh McNamara and J. C. Rubel for the job. the vote standing 676, 393 and 275. respectively. Julius Skow, first ward councilman, defeated Dale Barrick and Elmer Ellis, aspirants for the job. the count standing 187,111 and 47. ?red Christiansen, without opposi: ion, polled 340 votes in the second ward councilman campaign. Charles Waldron, incumbent, defeated P. L. Godden, 255 to 95. in Â·he third ward councilman race, and John J. Steil won over James Collins, incumbent. 159 to 122, in Â·he fourth ward, Charles Spies for o ffi cers j n the history of Greene, treasurer, and Sapud P. Boies Sr A , Ape Ke . elected . F O'Neil, 255. For park commissioner, J. V. Burkhead 25. For assessor, William Fuller, 271; Joe Johnson, 81. New Councilman Elected. ALLISON, March 28.--Only 117 votes were cast at the municipal election. George L. Arnold was reelected mayor without opposition: Roy parsons, assesor, and F. C. Voigts. treasurer. O. S. Ransom was the only new councilman, defeating J. J. Cashman by 32 votes. Members of the council re-elected were: A. W. Froning, John B. Folkers, F. C. Folkers, Conrad Jakel. S. B. Dailey, the other member of the council, had previously withdrawn as a candidate. Largest In History. GREENE, March 28.--Results of the local municipal election were: Mayor, Robert Kirk: councilmen, E. G. Van Eman. Chukker, T. W. Dolan, Ed Hildebrand " and Frank Dailey; treasurer, Frank Knight: assessor, Thomas Corbett. A total of 635 votes was cast with 301 straight ballots. This was the largest number of votes for town or assessor, both incumbents, had no opposition, and polled close to 500 votes each. Race for Office Develops. DUMONT, March 28.--The town slection caused quite a little excitement, although only one ticket had been filed, that of the incum- jents who were all re-elected. A church group decided Sunday evening- to run a former mayor, Fred Noelting, as an independent, writ- tag in his name. He received 6t votes and J. M. Manifold, 176. Manifold, a councilman -for 16 vears had been appointed mayor March 1 to fill the unexpired term for H. M. Thatcher, who moved awav Councilmen elected were as follows: J. F. Pfaltzgraff, 187; F. C Whitaker, 182; Will Stock, 1(7: 3'. R Piper, 182; Carl Meehan, to succeed Lowell Burrows 182. S. G Barlow was re-elected treasurer with 196 and Ray Boots was reelected assessor with 194 votes. Two hundred sixty-seven votes were cast which was about one hundred less than two years ago. tarsjest in History. ARMSTRONG, March 28.- -At the town election, 427 votes were cast Monday, the largest number ever cast at the town election here. The votes were as follows: Mayor. George Vandenburgh, 154; R. E Bunt 73; J. V. Law, 193. For councilmen, G. A. Stone, 239: George W. Peterson, 273; Martin Anderberg, 264; D. A. Fitzgibbons 217; W. J. Morsch, 268; J. D. Kingston, 143; J. P. Korrect, 59; J. S. Beers, 169; P. A. Gaarde, 135; Peter Richardson, 115. For treasurer, J. ROCKFORD, March 28.--All of the present city officials were reelected at the city election Monday. They are: Mayor, J. J. Wilson; councilman, B. D. Steuben, S. ,S. Lohr, George Kornegor, C. J. Crowell and V. B. Palmer; clerk, R. E Martens; treasurer, Adalaide Jenkinson and assessor, I. H. Benson. People's Ticket Wins. SPILLVILLE, March 28.--The People's ticket was elected here winning over the new deal ticket H. G. Haug received 144 votes for mayor while H. S. Swehla received 53. Others elected were C. J. An dera, treasurer; H. J. Cooper, as sessor and C. R. Haug, W. C. Ceker F. J. Swartz and F. M. Bernatz councilmen. Full Ticket Elected. THOMPSON, March 28.--A fu] Citizens' ticket was elected, A. W Payne, mayor; H. H. Drussell, F. E Larson, W. Erickson, Aage Jensen and E. M. Osmundson, councilmen J. O. Osmundsen, treasurer, and J W. Halvorsen, assessor. The Independent ticket was headed by J. C Myre for mayor and Dave Lindfee and H. F. Crawford for councilmen and Elmer Erickson for assessor One hundred sixty-four votes wer cast. Selmer Lee Mayor. HANLONTOWN, March 28--Tb. following were elected: Mayor, Se mer Lee; councilmen, J. M. Knutsen T. 0. Thovson, C. Kaasa, W. T. Rus sell and S. Schwartz; assesso" sseasor, R. R. Swancutt. Less than 10 votes were cast. Elected at Ionia. IONIA, March 28.--Town election as held at the council room with 65 votes cast. Officers elected ere: M. N. Crooks, mayor; Ab Ran- Km, assessor; D. H. Dudley, treas- rer; C. B. Moody, Richard Wolf, H. . Perske, William Cassimeler, Wilam Grahlman. councilmen. Ambroson Is Mayor. LELAND, March 28.--At the own election O. T. Ambroson was ected mayor; Mrs. Maria Holland, reasurer: O. M. Peterson, assessor; tto Nolte, Sylvan Hugelen, L. E. 'hompson, H. D. Branstad and F. t. Bowman, councilmen. 68 Votes Cast. CRYSTAL LAKE, March 28.-he town election was held in the ank building with 68 votes cast. A. . Christenson was elected mayor; *.. B. Davenport, assessor; Andy R. ansen, treasurer and councilmen, '. J. Voiding, M. Iverson, Mike kelson, Emil Damon and J. F. Johnon. Wins by 12 Votes. FERTILE, March 28.--The town lection was held with 92 votes cast. Vo men were running for mayor, Phil Sheimo receiving 52 votes and Harley Ouverson 40. Those elected or councilmen were Norman Jor- 'enson, Harley Ouverson,.Max Purell, Mort Haugen and Leo Stokke. Ruben Rodberg for treasurer, and C. THIS WEEK join the uplift movement and reform your figure! IT takes * Vassarette to give you that gloriously I youthful bustline. The shapely sections lift, divide, and accentuate (but you can adjust them easily if you don't think you're the "uplift type"). Wear the slipover Vassarette Bandeau with a hip- slimming little Girdle ... or tuck yourself into the Formal Vassarette Foundation that's dedicated to dancing but practical enough for daily duty. All Vassaxettea are light, supple and remarkably firm -and they actually improve with washing. VASSARETTE FOUNDATIONS Thomas Kaasa; treasurer, M. '. Rye and park commissioner, P. A Grove. Elected at Rake. RAKE, March 28.--The following officers were elected: Mayor, Elmer D. Simpson; councilmen, Clarence Lund, J. N. Larson, A. A. Rake, Ole Ryg, A. K. Neshiem; Harvey Heath, assesor; Johnnie Rake, treasurer, Has Majority.of 25. FENTON, March 28.--The town election was held with about 150 votes cast. Dr. J. T. Waite was elected mayor by a 25 vote majority over E. C. Weisbrod. Three of the old councilmen were re-elected and two new ones were elected. The old councilmen are L.'J. Weisbrod, F. J. Weisbrod and A. H. Krause. The new councilmen elected are Charles Weisbrod and E. C. Fauerby, C. H. Geronsin was re-elected treasurer and W. C. Stamer for assessor. Tie to Be Settled. LONEROCK, March 28.--A spirited election was held here. Two tickets, the Citizens and Independents, were in the race. The following were elected: Mayor, Theodore Krueger; treasurer, N. L. Cotton; assessor W. G. Flaig; councilman, J. M. Blanchard, L. R. Roderick, Alex Krueger, Charles Moms and a tie between Frank Flaig, Oscar Earing and Arthur Priebe, which will be settled some time this week. Margin of Six Votes GOODELL, March 28.--A. C.'Carpenter was re-elected mayor by a margin of six votes in one of the largest votes ever cast here for city election. C. H. Conklin and D. M. Conlan were re-elected councilmen. New councilmen elected were 0. Johnson, H. Waage and Tony Ahrenkiel. Warner Butts was elected treasurer and Francis McNulty, assessor. Officials Are Re-Elected. TITONKA, March 28.--One hundred one votes were cast at the town election Monday and all the old officials re-elected. Lee O. Wolfe, mayor; Ray F. Bonacker, L. F. Callies, Homer Downs, A. Missal and Pierre Sartor councilmen; J. E. Keil, assessor, H. C. Schweppe, treasurer. Have No Opposition. KENSETT, March 28.--Election here was a quiet affair. All old officers were re-elected without opposition. They are: T. S. Baken, mayor; Ed Johnson, Hans Roslien, Er- wiu Newland. Charles Berge and John Knudtson, councilmen; Arthur Earth, treasurer and Arthur Tabbert, assessor. Large Vote Drawn. BRISTOW, March 28.--The city election drew a large vote and the following ticket was elected: Mayor, Ed Brandenburg; councilmen, Carl Schrage, John Boven, J. C. Young, George Conger, Charles H. Hass; assessor, W. E. Boylan; treasurer, D. A. Newbury. Stewart Is Mayor. RICEVILLE, March 28.--As a result of the town election held here Monday the following officers will serve: Mayor, R. E. Stewart; councilman, E. J. Gooder, F. P. Martin, I. S. Duncan, R. J. Burke and L. W. Richmond; treasurer, C. G. Potter; 0. Sheimo, assessor. Citizens' Ticket Wins. WESLEY, March 28.--Two tickets were voted on at the town election with the citizens' ticket winning oul y a good margin. There were 232 votes cast out of a possible 290. The citizens' ticket Included John Hutchson, mayor; Henry Kunz, treasurer 1. A. Gerdes, assessor; councilmen H. 3. Braley, Matt Laux, A. M jease, A. L. Kleinpeter and Emi Wester. Wilcox Is Re-Elected. FLOYD, March 28.--A spirited election was held in Floyd without any particular issue. Two tickets were in the field, the Peoples ticket with E. J. Wilcox, mayor, for reelection, and the Citizens ticket with J. W. Hendrickson for mayor. The following were elected: E. J. Wilcox, mayor; councilmen, D. W Curry, E. A. Kenyon, George Rankin, Harry Thompson, Art Wamsley; Will Pyle, treasurer. Bruce Chosen Mayor. ROCKWELL, March 28.--In ,, hotly contested municipal election in which 329 votes were cast, thf following winners were named Hayor, W. B. Bruce; councilmen R. A. Campbell, C. A. Thomas, Joe Kelly, R. D. Hardman, A. M. Geer treasurer, Joe Gallagher; assessor M. D. Roderick. Quiet at Gait. GALT, March 28.--Town election was quiet. H. F. Beer was re-electe mayor of the town; G. E. Nelson, W. F. Briggen, Glenn Kluss, C. D. Denger and Ralph LaBarr as councilmen; Nick Poncin, Jr., assessor, and Vernie Steenblock, treasurer. Large Vote Out BRITT, March 28.--There was a large vote out for the city election. G. L. Lloyd was re-elected as mayor and the following councilmen: Chris Jacobsen, William Kudej, Alfred Wallen, W. E. Raw and William Spangler. Have No Opposition. STACYVILLE, March 28'.--The city election was a quiet affair, PRODIGAL GANDHITE Nlla Cram Cook, daughter of an American dramatist-poet, George Cram Cook of Davenport, who became a disciple of Mahatma Gandhi only to tire of the ascetic life as a daughter of "Mother India," arrives at New York with her son, Sirios. She was deported from India after she had left Gandhi's seminary and started to "enjoy life." (Central Press). ed: Galen Mellinger, K. S. Corey anc Homer Troutner on the citizens ticket and Roy Scoles and F. H Lichtenstein on the people's ticket Dows Vote Light. DOWS, March 28.--The town election was quiet and the vote onl} about one-third as many as was polled two years ago. The result: ilayor, F. H. Peterson; councilmen, Otis Johnson, Oscar Jacobson, Arthur Banwell, Elmer Phiffer and Dd Satterlee; assessor, A. E. Drury; xeasurer, A. J. Peterson. GOLDFIELD, March 28.--The city election was a quiet affair as there was only one ticket seeking election. The election attracted 112 votes. The officials chosen were: Mayor. S. W. Pinkham; councilmen, ? M. Clausen, E. H. Nelson, R. L. Cunningham, C. A. Anderson, F. W. Stevenson; treasurer, J. E. Richardson: assessor, Dewitt Goodrich. L. ?. Stevenson whose term had expired as park commissioner was re-elected for another six year term. People's Ticket Elected. CORW1TH, March 28.--Town officers on the people's ticket were elected with a large majority Monday, the independent ticket receiving abuot one-third of the votes cast Two hundred thirty-nine voters out of a possible 254 voters in town were at the polls. Officers elected are the present officials with the exception of the mayor, who did not run. They are: Mayor, C. C. Johnson; treasurer, Lewis Larsen; assessor, F. J. Bush; councilmen, C. B. Gray, G. H. Oxley, B. A. Ross, Fay Scace and W. R. Sutcliffe. Complete Ticket Named. COULTER, March 28.--At the city election a complete citizens ticket was elected which included N. R. Christensen, mayor; Walter Hansen, J. D. Lambertson, Nels C Pederson, H. C. Sorenson and Arne Oestergaard, councilmen. Dve Chosen Mayor. SWEA CITY, March 28.--Results of town election: Mayor, J. M. Dye councilmen, A. J. Christensen, P. J Heiken, L. L. Knutson, Fred Peter son, V. L. Nelson; assesor, Clan Erickson; treasurer, J. J. Anderson J. C. Olson Is Winner. LAKE MILLS, March 28.--J. C Olson of the. Citizens' ticket wa elected mayor, receiving 280 votes A. F Ruby of the independent ticke received 185 votes. For treasurer Orin K. Groe received 373 votes; fo assessor, John Teigen, 384; park commissioner, I. L. Moen, 382 votes for councilmen, M. G. Johnson, T. J Moe, T. S. Tweed, Hans Twito, W M. Weed. There was a total of 46 votes cast. MRS,INSULL'S TROUBLES GROW France Unlikely to Grant Her More Than Present Transit Visa. ATHENS, March 28. W--Mrs. Samuel Insull's difficulties appar- Â·ntly were growing today. It appeared unlikely France would grant her more than the transit visa she now holds and it was said she ras accorded that only because MARCH 28 m I 934 Â·--Â· England had been named as her ultimate destination. England's refusal to grant a visa, however, apparently has wrecked the usefulness of the French permit. Since no visa is required for Italy, there is a possibility Mrs. Insull may go in that direction. However, official quarters no longer maintain she will be expelled as an undesirable alien for assisting her husband to thwart the police when he fled Greece. This official attitude gave rise to the belief snt. may seek to remain here. A rumor circulated today that negotiations were under way for Insull to go to Yemen, in southwestern Arabia. When Dining in Cedar Rapidt Vioit the MONTROSE COFFEE SHOP Featuring Grant Wood'* famous farm life Excellent food at thrift/ price* Home of Radio Station KWCR and headquarters of the Cedar Rapids Auto Club. Located one block from the Union Station, in the center of business and social life, the Hotel Montrosc , ;. k n o w n WithoutBath throughout the state for its eco- Snd i 'fc. Â£w With Private homelike atmosphere. Operated Iw AÂ« EPPLEY HOTELS CO. there being no opposition. The fol lowing were elected: Dr/B. T. Hartnell, mayor; Arthur Green, Tony Bowek, Alois Herman, Ernest Adams and Mike Mayer, Jr., councilmen; Will Schumacher, secretary, and A. J. Heimerman, treasurer. Bouska Elected Mayor. PROTIVIN, March 28.--At the city election the following were elected: Mayor, J. D. Bouska; treasurer, J. A. Dostal; assessor, John Bader; councilmen, W. M. Kalishek, John Svoboda, W. J. Kalishek, Alois Bernard, Louis Sindelar. Kodemeyer Is Mayor. SHEFFIELD, March 28.--Town election was quiet here. Those elected were Dr. F. H. Rodemeyer, mayor; councilmen, W. H. Schaefer, S. O. Ingebretson, Bert Fumess, H. A. Berding, N. L. Behlen. There were 98 votes cast. 90 Votes Cast. . POPEJOY, March 28.--The town election when 90 votes were cast, resulted as follows: Mayor, H. F. Stauffer, assessor, George Brownlee, treasurer, M. Baker, councilmen, J. Hammitt, W- Perington, A. E. White, Ed Anderson and A. Jacobson. All Are Re-Elected. MARBLE ROCK; March 28.--At election all the former town officers were re-elected. Only 51 ballots were cast, 36 of which contained votes for other candidates. The reelected officers are John Jesmore, mayor; Ashbury Ackley, treasurer; Silas Maxson, assessor. The councilmen are Telmer Dablen, S. W. McNinch, E. L. Hoadley, R. B. Bullemer, C. E. Moore. Kerssen Named Mayor. FREDERICKSBURG, March 28. --Henry Kerssen was elected mayor at tie city election. Other officers elected were Treasurer, Earl W. Lamka; ,, Wesp, Milo Smith, Vern Upham, Frank Weitenhagen and John Schuette. There were 328 votes cast. CALMAR, March 28.--The town election resulted as follows: Mayor, J. F. Conover; councilmen, Ralph Weselmann; councilmen, Ralph Weselmann, G. A. Anderson, Philip Gerleman, James Sobolik and James Krall; assessor, Arthur Stromsodt. Wetter Named Mayor. ORCHARD, March 28.--At the city election Alvin Wetter was elected mayor; Elmer Clapper, treasurer; Dale Fink, assessor; C. M. Morse, Fred Denning, Eern Evans, George Hill and William Walling, councilmen. Waite Is Re-Elected. NASHUA, March 28.--R. Waite was re-elected myor at the city election held Monday and the following councilaen were re-elect- Leach; assessor, C. councilmen, Claude H|^^^^^mHHHII^H^MMil^H^BMHBiBi^^^ |B ^ H ' MV Get Ready For Easter At ZEBKER'S \ A Special Purchase Enables Us to Stage This Spectacular Selling Event / Mr. and Mrs. Zebker have returned from the market where they made special purchases of Easter wearing apparel for both men and women. All these smart things have arrived and we know you will want to snatch them up at once ... A sale like this just before Easter is an event you can't afford to miss. $12-45 $14-85 $9-85 $1 $Â£.75 $10*5 MEN'S HATS $1.98 and up AMAZING VALUES IN COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES Frankly, if we marked these suits and dresses up five dollars you'd still think they were amazing values. II Â·Â·-- Â«? CLOSING OUT One Lot of Silk Dresses $1.98 MEN'S SHIRTS and up H A R R Y ZEBK 121 SOUTH FEDERAL AYE.