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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 11, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE look! list en! taste! JUST pour m i l k o r ' cream in a bowl of golden brown -Rice Krispies and your own ears will tell you v how crunchy every toasted bubble is. So crisp they actually crackle out loud I · * Rice Krispies are deli"' cious for breakfast, lunch, bedtime snacks. Great for kiddies. .At your grocer's'. Slade by Kellogg in Battle Creek. MARCH 11 I'1931 Mrs, Knight and -Bailey . Named on Decorah Board Vote in School Election Is J ' L^rge; Contest Close RICE KRISPIES a ·Valve-in-Head S T R A I G H T EIGHT ENGINE i ; . for erceptionally swift, smooth, powerful performance and long life. ' ' · · ' · / · ' · · ' ' · ' " ·s I' : L/'E' : N T SYNCRO-MESH TRANSMISSION t i . which assures non-clash gear-shifting, faster getaway and increased driving Safety. ·INSULATED B O D i E s B Y F I S H E R i t : luxuriously comfortable, and insulated like fine homes against heat, cold and noise; · T O R Q U E T U B E D R I V E i j i the secret of Buick's remarkable readability; AND UP-- f. o. b. Flioc, Mich. la tteir ficpMlarity, ttr praml madtlt ef 1931 Snick Straight Eitbti mil it canlinurj tbretttlxiiit tit cumin* BIRUM-OLSON CO. 318 No. Fed. Mason Clly I'lioTio ;88 Guy X. Kline tn'b. . . ' . . . , . .Clarksvllle, la. Starkweather Bros..'. ..... ...Greene, la. Wot Bnlck Co ........ . . .:Hamptnn, la. Blnun Motor Co.. . . . . .Charles CHy, Ja. Blrma BaJclc Co.. . . . . . . . . . . . .Osftge, la'. A. 3. Helen ........ .New Hampton, Jo. THE EIGHT AS BUIGK B U I L D S I T at Swea City. DEGORAH, March 11.--A large vote was cast at the school election. Mrs..Merle* Knight and Ed Bailey won. Norman ^Telson was also a candidate. Mrs. Knight received 1,342 votes, Nelson 1,203 and Bailey S74. Ed Haines, candidate for treasurer, without opposition, received, 1,143 votes. , ! Posts Hotly Contested. SWEA:. CITY, .March 11.--The school election, held here developed inta a real contest between the three candidates. Only flv§ votes were a margin. Winners were 6. S. Pebrson and Emil Larson. Edwin Hovey, a brother of Sheriff, Hovey was elected as treasurer. In the Grant consolidated school Severt Holm and Henry Selberg .were winners in a hpt : contest. An. independent can- \didaterin the field received 37 votes. :.The total votes ;cast in'Swea City were'lBi and at -Grant 119. Nelson Is Victor.;' BRTTT, March 11.--At the school election held Monday N. P. Nelson was victor over Harold Stevenson.' C. W- Botsfo'rd also was're-elected, having; no'opponent. . .Elected at Orchard. ORCHARD,'March 11.--At the school'meeting Monday T. J. Brewer *vas re-elected to a'three years team on-the school board..Clarence Morse and John ,Wright were reelected. . 'Nimed at Freeport. . FREEFORT;; March H'.~Allie Headington and Andrew Anderson were. elected school directors at Freeport on Monday. The retiring- directors are Roy Jaegersou and Louis Swinefus.: Emil Hoppo Elected. · FLOYD, March 11.--Emil Hopp was elected the hew member on th't school, board at the election, taking the; place of A. G.. Anderson. . ; Chosen at Nora Springs. NORA SFRTNqs; March 11.--A the school, election Monday Fred Ueker was re-elected and-Dr._A. F Branson was named to'serve In the place of GharlesiDinsmore. Receive Most Votes. ALEXANDER, March 11.--Those receiving- the highest number of votes .for .school directors at ;the polls were: L; C. Peters, W. F. Dunn and Charlie Hopkey. Is Only. Candidate FOREST CITY, March 11.--John A. Olson, of Forest City was reelected to the school board in a quiet election-j here Monday. Mr. Olson was the only candidate: .for the office and few-votes were .cast. Knight Named at Nashua NASHUA, March 11.--At the city votes cast- C. H. Knightreceived 110 and D. B./Grawe-63. , Is Named at Bancroft BANCROFT, March 11.--The school -election here Monday was a quiet affair 1 as there was no opposition. Ed Droessler, who has teen president of-the 'board, was elected for a three year term and Alvin Stramseth to fill the vacancy o1 George Carman, who resigned lasi June. After election a banquet'was served to the:directors of the board and the faculty at the wiblic school Vote Is Light. GOLDFIELD, March ll.~Ear] H. Nelson and · ; Floyd. Zincer were chosen as school directors at the annual . school election Monday without 'opposition. Only 119 votes were cast, one of the smallest votes ever recorded here. i Named in Joice, JOICE, March 11.--School election was 'held at 1 the .Joice Independent school Monday. Dr. L. A Iveraon and..'Representative; S. -R Torgeson were, elected as the new members of the board of directors. .1 ' H e l d at Town Hall. LATIMER, March 11.--At the school election held in the town hall Monday J. H. Loge -received '46 votes, o: N. Schultz 16 and.K: K. Steenhard 6. ·'·'. . , : ( , Elected at Ionia. (IONIA, March 11.--The annual school election was held at the council room Monday afternoon. Two .directors' were elected, Mrs. Myrtle- Ransom for'three years to succeed · Albert Wolff whose time expired and Herman G. Perske. for two years ;to fill out the unexpired term .of Nelson Huffman who resigned some time ago. D. H Dudley was re-elected treasurer. There were 64 votes. cast- Directors Succeed Themselves. ; HA SHIELD, .March 11.---Nearly 100 votes were cast in the school election Monday, which resulted in returning V. C. Waldeck and Thomas T. Blank for three year terms af. directors to succeed themselves. -- Woman Succeeds Herself. ROCKFORD, March 11.--In tlu school election. Monday in the city ball Mrs. Loyd Merrick was the only candidate to succeed herself. One hundred thirty-two votes were cast with Mrs. Merrick receiving 125. " . -, ' 2S Voterir Present. AREDALE, March 11.--William Creeden was re-elected school director Monday night. Only 23 voters were present and Mr. Creedon got 21 of the votes. 17 Votes are Cast. HANLONTOWN, March 11.-Seventeen votes were cast at election here Monday. Tom Kaasa and John Masoner were re-elected with no opposition. G. L. Gray Elected. BURT, .March 11.--George L. Gray was elected school director to succeed the Rev. S. H. Aten, wh-, withdrew his name from ,the ticket Only 116 votes were cast. Named at Brlstow. BRISTOW,' March 11.--The school election Monday afternoon drew a large crowd and resulterl as follows: Ed Brandenburg 1 was elected for three years to succeed Doctor G. W. Appleby. Lester Eber- line was elected for one year to the unexpired term of Ducan Wli kinabn, deceased. Armour Lemkee Chosen. IRVTNGTON, March', 11.--S chop ^election was 'held Monday : af temoon at the district schpolhouse. Armou Lefekee was elected director. _ Elected at Swaledale. 1 SWALEDALE, March 11.--Schoo election was held in the independen .school district. One hundred fift yotes were cast Richard' Charles Hnnna'were elected to sue ceed Fred Ward an'd R. C. Taylbr. ,, Vote Is Small. !'.. NEW HAMPTON, March 11.--F B. Strike, was re-elected to thi board of education in the schoo election Monday. He was unopposed The vote was small, only 147 per sons v o t i n g . . . . . : , . Elected at' Sexton.' i SEXTON, March 11.--The an mial school election; was held Mon day afternoon at the schoolhoiise There were" two cndidates for direc {or, Tony S eil er an d Albert Gro s en back; Mr.; Grosenback was elected. OUttle-Excitement Results THOMPSON, March 11. --With three' offices to be filled and ; but three candidates ^running oh 1the ticket little' excitement was created the school election Monday. The candidates elected were: Mrs. Anna Ericksoh,. Dr. C. E. Tegus and Elman Erickson. New Member Named CARPENTER, March 11.--At' the annual school election' Monday one new member. .was elected. Otto B artz was re- ele cte d and L. - S. Mc- GUvery elected to! fill the ; vacancy of Adolph : Sthen, who resigned. Named at Root Fulls ROCK FALLS, March 11.--The members of the Falls township unil school board for the;corning year who'were elected Monday or wil hold over because of no election are: District No. 2, Roy Rodrian; No.; 3, ;Nels Gildner; No. 5,-George Christiansen; No. 6, Martin Hcn- reichsen; No. 7, Peter Jensen; No 8, S. i A. Bistllne, and director-at- large, Waiter Harmon. Two Celebrate 40th Wedding Anniversary at Home in Dumont DUMONT, -March 11.-- Mr. and Mrs. J,acob Pfaltzgraff celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary. Their children planned a surprise and came at noon with well-filled Daskets. Their son. Ho and family, :rom Waterloo, w,ere unable to come. Other children present were: Lloyd and family, Clinton and wife, Gordon and Mrs.^Nita Hershey-,and family: ·Mr/,Ffaltzgraff a 'brothers; ' ' ' ' B f l e ^ ' a S e r 7 w I v e o t DUmont , an'd two"'sjsters, CKariotte Ahrens and husband of Cedar Falls and; Mrs; -Lena Schmidt of Mason City, were present and Mrs. Pfaltzgraff s .sister, Jennie Norman, and brother, Thad Harl an and wife of Bristow. Prince of Wales and George Differ on Fun MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina, March 11. Iff)--The Prince of Wales and Prince George have different Ideas as-to fun in golf. Wales took a lesson, then played a foursome and was'beaten. Meanwhile George played with a fair Argentine,'then had tea In" the clubhouse with a crowd-of girls. . - , Eagle Grove Play to Be Given by Junior College · EAGLE GROVE, March ll.^The Junior college will-put on the play "The Nut Farm," Wednesday evening-, March 18. Members of the cast are Bob Stryker, Bruce Middleton, Carol Alter., Justin Thebiay, Catherine Torp, Bernice Mellgren, Ralph Wells, Clifton Evans, Stewart Wiest, and Gwendolyn Hawkins. The play is under the direction of Mrs. Guy Tibbetts. Give that Gas just two minutes! How old is your stomach? Do grum- blings and rumblings and belches after hearty meals tell its age? Then take Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, a modern anti-acid containing Calcium Carbonate (2% times as effective as soda) and other soothing, healing ingredients and end such distresses--every pang of indigestion in two minutes. ·' ' Makethe Monday to Sunday Test By purchasing a 25c Handy Pocket Tin of Stuart's Tablets at your druggists', take after meals and note almost immediate relief from gas and acidity. "A staett stomach for twenty five cents" Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at ALL DRUG STORES: 25cand60c Quick reJteffor Caitrlc dltordcr STUART'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO THIS? You timid souls who shudder at the thot of a parachute leap hearken to the tale of E. S. (Spud) Manning, above, 22 year old jumper, wh balled out of a plane 16,665 feet above the "Los Angeles airport, and postponed opening his chute until he had fallen 15,265 feet. This set a new record for delayed jumps. Manning ia shown here with his wife and child. . County Meeting Is .· Held at Thompson for Bureau Women . -' THOMPSON, March 11.--Mrs.' Wyne Jacobs, second district chairman of the state Farm Bureau women, held an all day county contact meeting at the M. £. church Monday.'.Mrs. Jacobs explained the Activities-of the Farm Bureau'anil the work to be done this "year.!Miss ·Bertha Vahder Kran, county demon- .strator, · was present. A similar meeting of the county of the second district held at Mason Cltv March 18. . ;Rudd Woman DescriBes ; ; /Blizzard at^Chicaigb: RUDD, March'·; il.--Mrs. Archie Masters returned'. Monday morning from Chicago, where she visited her' daughter,'Miss Betty House. Mrs. Masters experienced great difficulty because of the 'severe blizzard' in Chicagol It took her 1%. hours to go 10 blochs m a taxi. - Stalled autoa were everywhere with their tops sticking out of the high drifts. 1 WiU Compete at Britt. LELAND, · March 11.--Frances Nolte, daughter ojf Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nolle,' who won first, in the dramatic class at the home and sub-district declamatory at Crystal Lake will go to Britt ..Friday to compete with pupils from eight other schools ,in .the second series of the state preliminary. ... Thompson Bowling Alley, ' Is Bought by Halvorson THOMPSO^f, March 11.--Ed Halvorson bought-" the bowling ailey from C. C, Peckham which is In the Halvorson "building formerly occupied by the J. W. Halvorson .clothing store. Mr. Halyorsbn leased the basement in the same building and has commenced to lower the base- .ment floor about 20 inches.- When completed'about April l he will move hia outfit In the basement. Nicholas Murray Butler Says He Will Raise Dry Issue Among Republicans PASAJpENA,:Cal., March 11. UP) --Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president of (Columbia university, said today he would bring up the prohibition issue In the republican party for the presidential election of 1932. ; "And there.wil! be many others with me," he said. "The eighteenth amendment must be repealed and the police power returned to the states." Part of Bancroft Hotel , - Is Damaged by Flames BANCROFT, March ll._The Commercial hotel caugh't fire early Tuesday morning. The southeast rooms were burned before the firemen could get it.under control. It is thot the blaze originated from a kerosene heater. Mrs. Eliza Shea owns the hotel and Art Lindsay is manager. · j Auto, Smashes Into ' v Train Near Rockwell ROCKWELL, March It--No one was injured but an auto' was damaged when it crashed into a gaso-\ line-electric motorcar on the M. arid St. L. railroad a' mile south 'of here last night on highway 65. The^car was registered in the name of M. E. Bradley, Pennington, S. Dak., who was going with his wife to Missouri. They : were. not injured and proceeded on their trip by train. A wheel was torn off and a fender smashed on the auto, an Oldsmobile. Steps were damaged on the railroad car. · - . . . . " · Henry Bonewitz, Ackley, 111 Since July, Is Dead RUDD, March 11.--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonewitz left Monday for /Vckley. They were called there by the'death of a nephew, Henry Bonewits, 28. He had been ill since July and died, from the effects of high' blood pressure. . . PREVENT BALDNESS New treatment produces amazing results -- stops hair from {ailing oat -- makes It- ihiek, vigorous, althy and luxuriant. Try Roso'a Pin-\ Moss. Sold by Barber [and Beauty She pa. Write for free pamphlet.. ROSE'S PINE MOSS LABORATORIES » BIG Water St., Waterloo, Iowa ROSE'S WiNE-MOSS B I '"T MEW RED CROWN ETHYL i 1 $ n mm m. m 5230 The sales of New Red Crown Ethyl go up--and stay up. Because this speedy, powerful motor fuel never · falters, never stutters. 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