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March 24, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 ·§ 1936 ARMSTRONG HAD 2 TICKETS IN FIELD; NOW HASN'T ANY i VJ ! ac Ml. ed dp .7! S ST.; Ci tssi 5CG tea n.2 - P' PROTEST MADE TO 2ND GROUP 2nd Group Doesn't Contest Objections, Then First Group iWthdraws. ARMSTRONG--For a while there were two tickets in the field for city election to be held March 30. Now there aren't any announced candidates. Little interest was taken in the town election until the last day for filing when a second ticket was filed at a time claimed to be about 10 minutes before closing time Saturday night. Names on this second ticket were: For mayor, G. B. Vandenburgh; councilmen, L. F. Heinrich, J. S. Beera, Ed Pape and J. A| Huff. Names on the first ticket were: For mayor, J. V. Law; councilmen, M Anderoerg, D. A. Fitzgibbons, G. A Stone, George Peterson and Johr Korret Opposition against the legality and the form of the second ticket soon developed and on Monday a ·written protest was entered against the ticket. The candidates on the challenged ticket did not make any protest against the filed objection Later the men whose names appeared for mayor and councilmen on the first ticket all withdrew. So now. there are no names filed for mayor or councilmen. Mrs. Hamlet Moe, 20, Dies at Lake Mills; Funeral to Be Friday LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Hanviet Moe, 20, died early Sunday at the Kingland hospital. She was taken suddenly ill Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Moe had just moved to a farm formerly occupied by Harvey Dowds. Mrs. Moe was formerly Ula Hauge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hauge of northwest of Lake Mills, and was married to Hamlet Moe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moe, Dec. 16, 1934. Site was a member of the graduating class of 1934 of the local high school. She is survived by her husband, her parents and several brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Salem Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. DUMONT FARM HOUSE BURNED Members of Miller Family Unaware of Fire Until Told by Motorist. DUMONT--SparM on the roof started a fire which burned, the farmhouse owned by Fred Miller, 67, 2 miles east of town on No. 10 Sunday afternoon. The Millers were unaware of the fire until a passing motorist stopped and told them the whole roof was ablaze. There was a strong south wind which carried burning shingles across the paving, to a grove of evergreens to the north of the house. The fire truck came out from town but was unable to stop the blaze. Neighbors saved most of the things on the first floor and in the cellar. The loss is partly covered by insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Miller, who are at the home of a daug-hter, Mrs. Guy Jackson, plan to rebuild. They bought the place 24 years ago. . Burial of Mrs. Flint, 60, Is Made at Osage OSAGE--Burial services will be held here Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in charge of the Rev. Frank Court of the Methodist church for Mrs. Elmer Flint, 60, who died at her farm' home at Argyle. Lillian Cady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Cady, came here as a small child and spent her girlhood; she was married 30 years ago. to Elmer Flint who at that time was a druggist working in the' Sampson and Lezotte drugstore. Mr. and Mrs. Flint Jived ill different places in Iowa and seven years ago they moved to Argyle where they have since made their home. Surviving are her husband and four children, Mrs. Lois All of Greenville; Ebner Flint of Andrews; Raymond Flint of Argyle; and Clarence Flint of Andrews; and a sister, Mrs. Stanley Schoonover of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., and brother, Vint Cady of Rockford, HI. Burial will be in the family lot. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Oldest Member of Iowa Falls Church Is Buried IOWA FALLS--The funeral of Mrs. Mary Hayes, 87, who died at ier home in Lee township. Franklin county, Thursday, was held at St. Mark's Catholic church Saturday. Mrs. Hayes was the oldest member'Of the congregation. Bom at Westford, Ireland, July 12, 1848, she came to Illinois with her parents when four years of age. She is survived by two sons, John at home; Thomas, Sioux. Falls, S. Dak.; two daughters, Mrs. John Botzier, Iowa Falls, and Mrs. William Nachazel, Alden. Week-End Guests Enleriained. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Claude Comer and mother, Mrs. Comer, Sr., of Cedar Falls and an aunt, Miss Minnie Pitman of Randolph, Nebr., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John von Bergen. Guest From Minneapolis. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. T. A. Thompson arrived from Minneapolis and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Julius Johnson. Back From Minneapolis. LYL Minn.--Mrs. James Newling came back from Minneapolis where she spent the past two weeks at the home of her son, Clair, and taking care of her new granddaughter. Visitors From Iowa City. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Warren Starr and family of Iowa City were here Sunday to visit Mrs. Starr's sister, Mrs. John Cleveland and family. Moves Machinery to Ridgeway. PROTIVIN--J. D. Bouska Construction company moved its excavation machinery to Ridgeway to start excavation for the new schoolhouse to be built there. Visitor From Chicago. MESERVEY--Mrs. Ruth Wright of Chicago is here fora couple of weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Smith. Go to California. WESLEY -- Miss Marie Richter, daughter of the John Richters of Wesley and Miss Esther Hogan, both graduates of the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, have gone to Los Angeles, Gal., to seek employment in their profession. Will Meet Friday.' STILSON--Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mrs. Addie Massion will be hostesses to the D. Y. J. club at the home of Mrs. Thompson Friday afternoon. Visitors From Rochester. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Marion LeVitt of Rochester, Minn., visited Sunday with the LeVitt and Bender families here. Called From Buffalo. MESERVEY--The Rev. Herman Dirks was called here from Buffalo, N Y., Friday by the illness of. his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Dirks. Gets Superior Rank. MITCHELL--Jasper Mason, Jr., won a superior rating on his tenor solo at the subdistrict music contest, held at Charles City Saturday. He will compete in the district contest at Waterloo in two weeks. Visit in South Dakota. ARMSTRONG--Mrs. R. W. Boade and children and Miss Myrtle Trygstad are visiting Mrs. Boade's parents at Lake Peston, S. Dak. Leaves for Southwest. BURT--Clarence Schrader, who recently graduated from the I. S. T. C. at Cedar Falls, leaves Tuesday for Carlsbad, N. Mex., where he will visit his sister. From there he will go to Eunice, N. Mex., where he has a position with the Phillips Oil company. Visit in Waterloo. CALMAR--Misses Marcella Bush and Dorothy Meyer and Messrs. Caunt McCauley and Mel Teslow spent Sunday at Waterloo. Visitors From Minnesota. STACYVTLLE--Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Prosdy and son, Leroy, of Hollandale, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wagner of Rochester, Minn., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. George Penney. Visitors Are Entertained. ARSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. O. Z- Eurkhead of Zearing and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and sons of Albert Lea, Minn., visited Sunday in the Dr. J. B. Knipe home. Visit in Chicago. GOODELi,--Mr. and Mrs. Francis McNulby, J. E. Savague and niece, Mrs. Walter Boiler, left for Chicago Monday to visit relatives. 69th Birthday Observed. GOODELL--A group of friends and relatives met at the Bill Em- brink home Sunday and helped her father, Charles Kienenberger, celebrate his sixty-ninth birthday. Visitor From Morninsside. LEDYARD--Kenneth Thompson, who is attending Morningside college at Sioux Citj', spent the weekend at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson.- Guests From McCallsburg. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thompson of McCallsburg spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Chris Thompson, Sr., home, and. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson of Ottumwa visited with her aunt, Mrs. Tom Thompson, and family. Honored on Birthday. A R M S T R O N G --Friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson and gave a farewell surprise party for them. They are moving Friday to a farm north of St. Cloud, Minn., where they will make their home. Returns From Florida. BURT--V. T. Martinson returned Sunday from Lakeland. Fla., where he had spent the winter. Visit in Wisconsin. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. John Hosting and daughters, Margaret and Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uher and son, Don, spent Sunday with relatives at Prairie du Chien, Wis. Leaves for Chicago. GARNER--Miss Charlotte Terwilliger left Saturday night for Chicago where she has a position. Anniversary Is Celebrated. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Izzard celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday by en lertaining a number of relatives and friends at their farm home east of Corwith. Aged Woman Succumbs. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. George Aman and John Roadinper and John Blinkman left Sunday for Passvillc, Wis., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Know Your State A Fact a Day About lowgy! HUMBOLDT--Women do not lack either interest or power . in Humboldt's affairs. Three women have served as mayor of the town. LAURA YOUNG, MESERVEY, DIES Rites for Aged Victim of Pneumonia Conducted at . Home, Church. MESERVEY--Miss Laura Young, nearly 80 years, died suddenly Sunday at her home southeast of Meservey of pneumonia. Miss Young lived alone on her 40 acre farm, the land being rented, out. She was in a critical condition when her relatives were notified of her illness last Friday. Miss Young is survived by two brothers, Osbon Young of Belmond, Lewis Young of Nebraska and three sisters, Mrs. Emma Stevens of Des Moines, Mrs. Mary Brogan of Whittemore and Mrs. Martha Webster of Mankato, Minn. Dr. Harvard Young of Thornton is a nephew. The funeral was held at 2 p. m. in the Evangelical church here and burial was in the local cemetery Tuesday. Aman's aunt who died Saturday evening. She was more than 90 years old. The funeral was held Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink left Monday for Wisconsin for the same funeral. Special Services Announced, GREENE--Services at the local Methodist Episcopal church this week will be held Wednesday night with the Rev. Lloyd Gustafson of Waverly as the speaker; Thursday night, Dr. Earl Baker of Cedar Falls brings the message and Friday night, the Piney Woods Cotton Blossom singers will present a sacred concert. The gospel team from Mason City led the evening services Sunday night. . I Candidate for Commissioner. KIESTER--John Courier of Kiester has announced he will be a candidate for county commissioner. Return From Chicago. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Jake Douglas spent the week-end in Chicago and Dubuque, returning home by motor Monday of this week. Has Job in Minneapolis. . LYLE, Minn.--Harold Johnson left for Minneapolis where he has a position in an 'apartment house. Homfi From Cedar Kapids. MANLY--Mrs. Joe Macku returned from Cedar Rapids Monday. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Joe Robertson of Cedar Rapids. Visit at Indianola. BRADFORD--Frank Leasure and family spent Sunday with relatives at Indianola. Mr. Leasure has returned. Mrs. Leasure and children remained to help care for her father who is seriously ill. Honored at Sh'tnvr. CARPENTER--A postnuptial miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Mrs. A. C. Feldt Saturday afternoon at the Ed Dreher home. Mrs. Lloyd Hansen and Mrs. Dreher being hostesses. Visits in Chicago. MESERVEY--Theodore Wendel is visiting in Chicago this week. Will Retire From Farm. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. John Seefeld have purchased a home in Algona where they expect to live, retiring from their farm northeast of town which will be managed by their son, Naaman Seefeld, who was recently married to Miss Esther Crone. Visitor From Illinois. POPEJOY--Jason Porter of Louisville, 111., is spending a few weeks' at the Lawrence Harmon home. Arrives From Ames. PROTIVIN--Clarence Kinkor arrived from Ames to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kinkor, · Sr. Submits to Operation. WESLEY--Miss Marjorie Ann Gouge, 7, daughter of the Lon Gouges, underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix in Algona Friday. Mrs. Vincent Daughan and daughter, Nancy Ann have returned from Rochester where the;' went for examination and treatments for Nancy Ann. Daughter Is Born. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer are the parents of a daughter, Virginia Rose, born to them Friday morning. · Gives CCC Credit for Reduced Number of Reformatory Inmates DES MOINES, -a)--Chairman E. H. Felton of the state board of control said he believes the civilian conservation corps is in part responsible for a considerable reduction in the inmate population of the men's · reformatory at Anamosa. Felton noted that .the reformatory's population had declined from 1,460 in January, 1933, just before the CCC was started, to 1,200 on March 1, 1936. The population of the Fort Madison, state penitentiary at the same time increased from 1,490 to 1,526. "I feel the CCC, by keeping younger men off the highways and out of law violation activities, is in part responsible for the smaller number of inmates in the reformatory," Felton said. ROWANBOYlS COUNTY CHAMP Kercheval, 11, Takes First in Spelling Contest at Clarion. ROWAN--Marion Leslie Kercheval, 11, in the seventh grade of the Rowan consolidated school, won the Wright county spelling contest Saturday afternoon which was held in Clarion. There were 46 boys and girls who took part. Miss Ella Zu- mak is the Rowan seventh and eighth grade teacher. E. 0. Iverson Funeral Is Held at Ridgeway RIDGEWAY -- Funeral services for E. 0. Iverson, who died at his home in Bluffton .township Thursday, were held at the Orleans Lutheran church Monday afternoon. The Rev. H. Norman officiated. Mr. Iverson was married to Miss Ella Peterson of Decorah who survives him. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Theodore Scott of Orleans, Mrs. Will Heim of Cresco and two sons, Marvin and Clarence at home. Mrs. McNulty Hostess. MANLY--The Ladies' guild of the Sacred Heart parish was entertained at the home of Mrs. J. W. McNulty. After a business discussion luncheon was served and prize awarded to Mrs. R. Williams. ICE JAM NEAR BRIDGE BROKEN Odd Fellows of Northwood Aid Farmer Who Is in Poor Health. NORTH\VOOD~~A practical demonstration of the brotherly principles of their ord _· was given by a group of members of the local Odd Fellows lodge Sunday when they went to the farm of G. I. Appclgate. 3 miles south of Northwood, and loosened an ice jam in the Shell Rock river that was threatening to crush the iron bridge over the river on the Appelgate farm, the only bridge giving access to the place. Long poles with metal barbs were borrowed from the local fire company and by strenuous effort the ice cakes were loosened and the bridge was saved from more than casual damage. Ice broke up in the mill pond at Northwood late Saturday night and this added to the mass of ice which had previously floated down stream from below the dam. Mr. Appelgate has been in ill health for several weeks and had been unable to guard the bridge himself as he had done in past seasons, his fellow lodge members responding heartily when word of the danger reached them. Funeral for Geddes, 37, Former HayBeld Man, Held at Britt HAYFIELD --· Funeral services for Frank H. Geddes, 37, former resident here, who died at.the hospital at Cherokee, were held at Britt Saturday afternoon. A short service was held at the Boughton funeral home and a public service at the Ml E. church in charge of the pastor, the Rev. A. N. McMillian and interment was at Evergreen cemetery at Britt. Mr. Geddes was born Aug. 6, 1898, at Oskaloosa, being the youngest" son of Mr. and Mr. George W. Geddes. The family moved here in 1912 and remained for several years. He was married Jan. 1, 1925, to Miss Naomi Morningstar at Jefferson. He leaves the widow and one daughter, Harriet, his aged father, one brother, Albert, and sister, Mrs. Jennie Van Fleet, all of Hayfield. For the past four years, he has operated a truck garden on highway 18 between Garner and Britt. He became ill two weeks ago and was taken at once to the hospital. , Horse Killed in Crash Near Hampton; Wrecker Also Is in Collision HAMPTON--A horse belonging to George Bobst was killed Saturday evening o .nhighway 10, 4V» miles east of town when a Ford car belonging to the Wood Auto company, driven by Charles Wil- ·liams, came over a hill and ran into the bade of the wag-on Bobst was driving. The wagon was pushed against the horse and broke its leg. Both car and wagon were badly smashed. A wrecker was sent out from the Woods garage and as it was turning around at the scene of the accident a Chevrolet car driven by C. J. Rock of Cedar Rapids came over the hill and collided with it. Rock was blinded by the lights. The damage to wrecker and car was slight. FROZENTOETS CAUSE OF DEATH Nashua Farmer, Whose Foot Was Amputated, to Be Buried Thursday. NEW HAMPTON--Funral services will be held Thursday afternoon for William Rubenhagen, 71, Nashua farmer, who died in a hospital here Monday afternoon. He died from complications resulting from a frozen toe during the subzero weather in late January. He was in the hospital here eight weeks. His left foot was amputated in an attempt to save his life. Surviving are his widow, one daughter and one son. Stanhope Man Shot Fatally by Accident WEBSTER CITY, (JF)--Accidental discharge of his shotgun brought death Sunday to Dr. I. A. Anderson, 55, druggist and veterinarian of Stanhope. Dr. Anderson drove to a farm to hunt pigeons. The gun discharged as he was taking it from his car. Former Foes Dine Together. DUBUQUE, (/£)--Foemen of IS year ago, former doughboys and former soldiers for the central powers, dined together here Tuesday. The social affair, proving- that time heals many wounds, was arranged by the Dubuque American Legion post $120,0371. S.C. COST INCREASE Athletic Council Activities Show $27,329 Profit for College. DES MOINES, UP)--A state accountant's report to State Auditor C. W. Storms Tuesday showed an increase of 5120,037.67 in total net operating costs of Iowa State college at Ames in the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935, as compared with, the 1931 fiscal year. The report of G. S. Worden. supervisor of state audits, showed the college's 1935 fiscal year total expenditures as $2,834,554.52, including $2,757,457.87 or 97.28 per cent, for education and research. Revenue Totals $2,848,450. The institution's total revenue was placed at 52,848,450.96. Of this $1,780,000 came from state appropriations, federal funds totaled $379,401, aud tuitions and fees provide $430,359.88. Various "auxiliary enterprises," business activities not directly related to educational functions-grossed $382,476.53 and netted $320,205.26. The major item of profit in this classification, Worden's report showed, was $31,072.19 from dormitories. $27,329 Athletic Profit. Activities of the athletic council showed a $27,329.32 profit on a $73,441.21 gross income. Football games accounted for a profit of $27,389.50. Basketball and wrestling showed small profits and some minor sports listed losses. The report made virtually no criticism of the college's finances except to list accounts receivable totaling $31,376.17 of which it said of $10,703.40 in veterinary clinic accounts were "long standing and some worthless." Mrs. Burt Arnold Rites Held in Clarion Church' CLARION--Funeral services for Mrs. Burt Arnold, 50, who died suddenly at her home in Clarion, were held at the Methodist church Friday with the Rev. J. C. Buthman in charge. She leaves her husband, a daughter, Mrs." Melbourne Lindstrom of Clarion, three sons, Roy and, Joseph who are attending high school, and Harry Marshall of Rowan, three brothers, John Sheffield of New Auburn, Wis., and George and Jerome Sheffield of Clarion, and three sisters, Willah Sandray of Orlando, Fla., Lucy Strait of Eagle Grove, and Cora Halverson of Clarion. OF RICH, RIPE-BODIED TOBACCO -"IT'S TOASTED" SCIENTIFIC BLENDING The blending of tobaccos to secure a given taste--uniformly, season after season and year after year--is both an art and a science. Every fresh blending of Lucky Strike tobacco contains more than 100 different types produced on thousands of different farms -- not only in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Maryland and other States, but tobacco-lands in Macedonia and Xanthia in Greece, Smyrna and Samsoun in Turkey-where the finest Turkish tobacco is grown. Luckies are less acid Excess of Acidity of Other Popular Brands Over Lucky Strike Cigarettes BAIANCE j LU-C K.Y S T R I K E B R A N D B R A N D 3 R A N D UJCIOES ARE LESS ACID! Recent chemical tests show* thot other popular brands have an excess of acidity over Lucky Strike of from 53% to 100%. 'RESULTS VBUNED BY INDEPENDENT CHEMICAL LABORATORIES AND RESEARCH GROUPS. -^f IT'S TOASTED"-Your throat protection-against irritation -against cough . 133*;. The AmnHfin TnMrcf* f'ftmMny__

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