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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1 1936 INCUMBENT MAYORS LOSE OUT AT SWEA CITY AND LAKOTA BAND TAX VOTED AT HANLONTOWN Robert Kirk Is Elected at Greene; Goldfield Split Ticket Wins. SWEA CITY--In a hotly contested city election 366 votes were cast. For mayor, P. J. Heiken was named with 177 and. the incumbent, J. M. Dye, received 166; councilmen elected were: Fred Peterson, L. C. Knutson, A. J. Christensen, C. A. Lfncle, A. B. Tweeten; assessor, Guy Bone; city treasurer, J. J. Anderson. Make Clean Sweep. LAKOTA--In the town election held here on Monday, Dr. H. H. Murray was elected mayor, receiving 127 votes, while H. W. Roba who has been mayor the past several years, received 102. An entire new council was also elected as follows: Ben Farrow, A. C. Schissel, W. E. Gutknecht, Raymond Smith, and E. Trasamar. Kirk Wins 305-280. GREENE--The local election returns showed 595 votes were cast, resulting in the election of Robert Kirk, mayor, with 305 votes, 280 votes for Ralph Doore, Frank Knight, elected assessor. Councilmen elected were: Robert Cole, Ed Hildebrand, Frank Daily, Thomas Dolan and E. H. Earth. Ray Swab, the only candidate for city treasurer, received 347 votes. Many in Council Kace. GOLDFIELD -- The municipal election attracted 221 voters to the polls, a heavier vote than usual. S. W. Pinkham, the only candidate.for mayor,- polled 191 votes. Three members of the people's tickei and two members of the citizens ticket were electd as city councilmen. The vote for the five vacancies for this office was: C. A. Anderson, 144; F. M. Clausen, 138; R. L. Cunningham, 133; E. H. Nelson, 12S; W. V.-Jones, 122; George Hawkins, 99; Roy Hildebrand, 96; F. C. Moseley, 74; R. R. Jones, 64 and T. A. Knight, 42. J. E. Richardson was elected treasurer with 183 votes with Kenneth Whyte receiving 164 votes for the office of park commissioner. A spirited contest for the office of assessor with three candidates in the running, resulted in the election of W. J. Braden over D. Goodrich, who sought reelection. The results were W. J. Braden, 106, D. Goodrich, 68 and J. M. Sherk. 33. Wins 159 to 49. BURT--At the town election C. H. Blossom was re-elected mayor, defeating- his opponent, G. J. F, Vogel by a vote of 159 to 49. L. A. Boettcher, C. B. Chipman, P. L. Dremmel, C. C. Smith and R. H. Thompson were re-elected as councilmen. Opposing candidates were W. E. Bleich and M. E. Polhemus. G .J. F. Vogel was elected treasinrer and O. H. Graham was elected assessor. Hage Chosen Mayor. CORWITH--Only 51 votes were cast in the town election. Sigurd Hage was elected mayor and the other officers are the same as have been in office. Re-Elected Without Opposition. GOODELL--Mayor Charles Conklin, Councilmen D. M. Conlan, Heinie Waage, Chris Deiger, Tony Ahrenkiel and O. Johnson, treasurer, Warner Butts and assessor Francis McNulty were all re-elected without any opposition at the polls. Orchard Elects. ORCHARD--At the city election Alvin. Welter, mayor; Dale Fink, assessor; E. O. Clapper, treasurer; P. G. Behrns, George Crawford, Pat Sims, William Walling and Anton Merfeld for councilmen were elected. JDr. Colman Mayor. CALMAR--Dr. H. M. Colman was elected mayor of Calmar at the election held Monday in Palmar. Councilmen elected were James J. Sobolik, James Krall, Walter D. Yager, Louis J. Frana, Walter D. Ya- lemann; for treasurer, Dena B. Winger, and for assessor Arthur Stromsodt. One Change Made. MESERVEY--The town election Monday was a quiet affair. Mayor E. W. Langlitz was re-elected, and the only change in councilmen, was D. M. Farran, elected in place of L. B. Hulsebus, who was not a candidate for re-election. Rice for Mayor. LONEROCK--Town election was held Monday. H. J. Rice was elected mayor. Others named were Councilmen J. M. Blanchard, Fred Blaig, Alex Krueger, Arthur Priebe, Charles Morris; assessor, W. G. Flaig; treasurer, N. L. Cotton. Beginning Tenth Year. CRESCO--The municipal election at Cresco was a quiet affair, no issue at stake and but one ticket in the field, with the exception.of the office of city assessor, the incumbent J. F. Thayer being re-elected by a good majority. Mayor H. G. Addie and several other city officials were elected for the fifth consecutive term, now beginning their tenth year of municipal service. 135 Votes Cast. RIDGEWAY--One hundred and thirty-five votes were cast at the town election held here Monday. The following were elected: Mayor, C. T. Trytten; councilmen, O. A. Fosse, 0. O. Rue, Albert Aegcrtcr, Lars Fue and I. G. McQueen; assessor, Marvin Place; treasurer, M. O. Rue. Officers Are Elected. LIME SPRINGS--Town election was held Monday with the following results: Mayor, A. J. Cray; clerk, Leland Johnson; councilmen, 0. J. Jones, R. E. Jones, Charles Scbacnt, Walter Peters, W. R. Williams; assessor, Howard Lubbers. Christenson Is Rc-Elected. CRYSTAL LAKE--A. O. Christenson was re-elected mayor at the election held Monday. The councilmen are M. A. Nelson, C. C. Powers, Albert Sonerholm, Emil Damm and Cliff Stewart. Only One New Officer. WEST UNION--With only one ticket on the ballot for the biennial city election, West Union re-elected Monday all incumbents except one who declined to run, with a total poll of 325. Dr. H. A. Reinere, mayor, was re-elected by receiving the vote of every person who cast a ballot. The others lost only a few scattering votes. Councilmen at large are Harry Keig and F. W. Loftus; ward councilmen, Chris Peterson in the first, Fred Gruver in the second, H. A. Neff in the third; treasurer, C. W. Grimes; assessor, W. W. Wright. May Sell Property. ALTA VISTA--Only 77 voters went. to the polls here Monday at the town election. Carl A. White was re-elected mayor, Inez M. Daly, treasurer; George B. Lofy, assessor; Adolph Alt, B. J. Dockendorf, Herman Schanfeld, Harry Fichtel and Peter Hentges, councilmen. The last two succeed L. B. Mahoney and Charles Lukritz, who were not candidates for re-election. Those elected were all on the Peoples ticket and won by substantial majorities although there was considerable "scratching 1 ." By a vote of 65 to 9 the voters also approved a proposition to give the council power to sell two separate pieces of town property. Youngest Ever to Serve. JOICE--Election results were: Mayor, Dr. E. ~H. Ostrem; councilmen, Dr. L. M. Iverson, T. O. Gordon, P. J. Fiblestad, George Abraham, and Dr. H. I. Nesheim, the last two being new. Knudt Trustum is assessor and I. H. Bang, treasurer. Dr. Ostrem was the only candidate for mayor. George Abraham is one of the youngest ever to be on the council. He is 22 years of age. AH Are Re-Elected. MARBLE ROCK--Only 53 ballots were cast at the town election. But one ticket was filed, listing the incumbents, all of whom were reelected. They are: Mayor, John Jes- more; councilmen, P, L. Baltimore, Josef Erb, R. D. Walster, R. B. Bullemer, and DeGraw Bear; assessor, Silas Maxson; treasurer, A. J. Ackley. 65 Ballots Cast. CARPENTER--The following men were elected: L. N. Priem, C. E. Thomson, Alfred Stehn, Edwin Borak, Henry Frank, councilmen, and M. R. Nicbolsen, mayor. Sixty-five ballots were cast. 90 Out of 700 Vote. LAKE MILLS--Only 90 out of a possible 700 eligible votes, voted at the municipal election. There was only one ticket with T. C. Olson as mayor, and the same councilmen. Elected at Fertile. FERTILE--The town election went off quietly Monday, when Thelan Elthon was elected mayor, J. T. Tollackson as treasurer; C. 0. Sheimo, assessor, and councilmen, C. N. Jorgenson, Leo A. Stokke, Harley Ouverson, Max Purcell and P. J. Ouverson. Band Tax Voted. HANLONTOWN--The result of the election Monday was: Mayor, Selmer Lee; treasurer, M, T. Rye; assessor, T. G. Kaasa; .councilmen, C. M. Kaasa, J. M. Knutsen, Charles Nagel, W. T. Russell and Sam Swartk It was voted to use a two mill tax for the local band. Hartnell Is Mayor. STACYVILLE--City election had 78 votes cast and the councilmen elected were: S. Pitzcn, Art Wolf, Paul Faas, Aloys Hemann, Mike Mayer; mayor, B. T. Hartnell; A. J. Heimerman, city treasurer; N. J. Adams, assessor. Several scattered votes were cast. Council Is Ke-Elected. LELAND -- The city election passed off quietly Monday. The council was re-elected. The mayor is Oscar Ambroson; councilmeu, L. Thompson, Elmer Olson, Sylvan Hughlen, Ive Ozmun, H. D. Branstad; assessor, O. M. Peterson, and treasurer, Mrs. M. Holland. New Assessor Named. THORNTON--At the town election the entire group of officers was re-elected with the exception of assessor. Mrs. Lora Throssel, whose name was the only one printed on the ballot, received the majority of votes for assessor. Those re-elected were: Mayor, Melvin Ingebretson; councilmen. Joe Courtney, John Stambach, James Hemming, · B. L. Harris and Dr. A. L. Dittner and Paul James, treasurer. There were 71 votes, several ballots being spoiled because the names written in did not have a cross in front of them. Vote Heaviest in Tears. ALLISON--The old ticket was reelected here, the vote being the heaviest in years. It was the first time in many years there has been more than one ticket filed. George L. Arnold was re-elected mayor for his sixth successive term. F. C. Voigts, treasurer; Roy parsons, assessor; F. C. Folkers, John B. Folkers, O. S. Ransom, Francis Allan and John Pals, councilmen. Out of the 203 votes cast for mayor Arnold received 165 and Harold Opperman 38. Schrage Is Elected. BRISTOW--The city election here Monday resulted as follows: Mayor, Carl Schrage; councihnen, J. C. Young, Fred Truex, George Conger, H. R. Duffield, B. W. Sniff in; treasurer, John Boveri, and assessor, W. E. Boylan. Keys are Awarded. AMES--Six members of the Iowa State college under graduate agricultural council have been awarded honorary keys for 2 years of active service on the council. The recipients included LeRoy Cation, Spencer, and Williard Latham, Alexander. Mason Cityan Pledged. AMES--Sixteen students in the home economics division of Iowa State college have been pledged to Oinicron Nu, national honor society of home economics. North lowans are Dorothy Husby, Forest City; Martha Roberts, Mason City. An INVITATION: All Car Dealers, Garage Men and Service Station Operators Are Invited to Attend Our FIRST ANNUAL SIEG CLINIC Thursday and Friday APRIL 2-3 9 See the Latest in Shop Equipment, Tools and Replacement Parts. Demonstrations by Over 30 Manufacturers, Motion Pictures and Educational Talks. Sieg-Mason City Co. Wholesale Distributor of Automotive Equipment and Replacement Parts. PHONE 74 MASON CITY 109-1II FIRST STREETS. E. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Daughter Is Bom. CLARKSVIULE--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henning. Sunday. Home From Fort Dodge. FAULKNER--Mrs. William Diamond returned Monday evening from a week-end visit at Fort Dodge with her daughter, Dorothea Diamond, who is a student at the Mercy hospital school of nursing. Visitors From Albert Lea. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Schuyler of Albert Lea, Minn., visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bell. Visitors From Alta Vista. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Katz of Alta Vista, spent Sunday at the R. E. Rallier home. Will Return Soon. AREDALE--Julius and Lee Cutler, Mrs. Bell Lind and Mrs. Wilbert Zimmerman drove to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit Clarence Cutler. Mr. Cutler is getting better and will soon return home. Are 1'arents of Son. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cooling are parents of a boy born Monday. Returns to Iron City, ST. ANSGAR--The Rev. John Allshouse, who has been visiting his parents, the Rev. and Mrs-. Henry Allshouse, while the roads have been impassable around his parishes, returned to his work at Iron City, Saturday. Resumes Teaching. JOICE--Miss Dorothy Walstad, local teacher, returned to Joice Sunday from her home in LeRoy, Minn., where she was confined with infection in the foot. She is able to walk only with crutches. She assumed her teaching after being relieved by Mrs. Paulson. Visit in DCS Moines. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Flynn spent Sunday in Des Moines. Returns From Chicago. GARNER--Mrs. C. V. McCullough returned from a two day's visit with her daughter, Mildred, who is convalescing in the home of a friend in a Chicago suburb. Miss McCullough; dental hygienist in one of the Gary, Ind., schools is not yet strong enough to resume her work, but is improving. Moving From Fanora. RICEVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Meilitz are moving back to Riceville from Panora, where they have been located several years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Meilitz were bom here and lived on the farm west of town until about 6 years ago when they bought a farm at Panora. Visitors From Linton, N. Dak. AREDALE--Mrs. Nettie Voks and her sister, Mrs. Emma Norman, of Linton, N. Dak., will arrive here Monday night. Mrs. Voks has spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. Norman, and now Mrs. Norman will visit relatives here. Honored on Birthday. LONEROCK--A group of friends and relatives surprised Mrs. Tillie Hanna Sunday in honor of her birthday. Moving to Town. KIESTER, Minn.--Joel- Herfendahl is moving to town to occupy the Johnson house in the northwest part of town. Returns From St. Anne. HAYFIELD--Miss - Rilma Lowe who has been visiting an uncle, Walter Guertin, at his home at St. Anne, 111., for several weeks, returned home Monday. Mr. Guertin accompanied her home and will remain here for a few days. 73,000 Bushels Sealed. SWEA CITY--To date 72,000 bushels of com has been sealed in Eagle, Swea, Harrison and Seneca townships. Visitor From Chicago. NORA SPRINGS--E. H. Cneno- weth of Chicago Is here visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs. C. B. Chenoweth and nephew, E. E. Chenoweth and family here and another nephew, Dr. Charles Chenoweth and family at Mason City. He will return to his home next week. Hostess at Luncheon. CLARION--Mrs. H. C. Hanses was a luncheon hostess Tuesday to the members of a contract club. Other guests were Mrs. G. R. Hill and Mrs. W. M. Trowbridge. High score award was presented, to Mrs. C. J. Nagle. Leaves for Preston. CALMAR--Mrs. Ryan left for her home at Preston, Minn., Monday after a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. V. J. Horton and family. Visitors From Prairie City. LATIMER--Joice Hubretese and Ruth Bost of Prairie City were visitors at the Wilma Hemroes home. They are students at the Pella college which Miss Hemmes also attends. Visitors From Akron. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Perry, formerly of Akron, are visiting with Mrs. Perry's mother, Mrs. August Bohling. Gospel Meetings Held. CHAPIN--Special gospel meetings are being held here at the Methodist church for a week, which started Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Getty, pastor of the M. E. church at Geneva has been in charge of the meetings. Visitor From Waterloo. ROCK FALLS -- Miss Carolyn Wilkinson of Waterloo spent the week-end at the home, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. Returns to Sheldahl. ORCHARD--Mrs. Bracbcr returned to Sheldahl after having spent the winter with her son, Herbert Groebcr and family. Opposes Bankhead Aiming for the seat occupied by Senator John H. Bankhead (D) of Alabama, John L. Ancler- ton, above, attorney and anti- prohibitionist of Birmingham, will contest with the senator for the democratic senatorial nomination, tantamount to election in Alabama, Return From California. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Goodhue returned from Long Beach, CaL, Monday after spending the winter there. Visitors From Ames. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs Joseph Slctten and children of Ames, visited over the week-end with the former's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Sletten. Visitors From Hollywood. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hitntington of Hollywood, Cal., arrived here Sunday for a few days' visit with her mother, Mrs. Annie Thompson, and relatives. Honored With Shower. RUDD--The Jolly Ulster club met at. tie W. M. Krause home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Krause were honored by a shower. Music, Talks Heard. NORA SPRINGS--The Crescent club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Frank Bright. Lorimer Olson, accompanied by Roger Behne on the clarinet and his mother, Mrs. Harry Olson, on the piano sang. The program on "Puffs and Snuffs"was given by Mrs. Harold Scbnedler on history of cosmetics, and Mrs. Ethel Burlingham on perfumes. Suffers Fractured Hip. ARMSTRONG--Frank Gibbons is suffering a fractured hip bone as the result of an accident Stmday afternoon when he fell on ice that was covered with snow. Mr. Gibbons was walking to his home from his son's which was about 3 blocks distant. Return From West. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Claas Symens returned home Friday from the west, where they spent the past winter with relatives and friends in California, Oregon and Washington. Returns From Florida. AREDALE--Charles Bushbaum, who spent the past three months at St. Petersburg, Fla., returned to Aredale. Sunday. Guests From Parkersbnrg. DOUGHERTy--Mr. and Mrs. William Thrasher, Miss Marie and Robert Thrasher and Miss Card of Parkersburg, spent Sunday at the W. C. Boyle home. Yakima Visitor Honored. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. George Faas entertained at dinner Sunday honoring Mrs. Anna Myrick Rosen baum of Yakima, Wash. This was her first visit here since 1914. Given Farewell Party. ROCK FADLS--The Community club held a farewell party in the school gym Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rodrian and family, who are moving to Mason City. Will Serve Friday. BRADFORD--The Ladies' Aid society will hold a bazar and serve an Easter supper in the church dining room Friday evening. Recovers After Operation. KIESTER, Minn.--Dorothy, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vogel, was taken to Albert Lea Sunday by F. M. Cudorf for an operation for appendicitis and is getting along fine at this time. Leave for San Francisco. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Roberts and Donna Mae left by train for San Antonio, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Roberts will accompany them home by car. Will Start Home. GOODELL --· Ralph Hofer completed plans for his new home and expects to have workmen start building it this week. Visit in Des Moines. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Deam, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Heuberger were visitors in Des Moines Sunday. Birthday Is Observed. POPEJOY--Mrs. Rudolph Kaplan entertained at a birthday dinner, Sunday in honor of Mr. Kaplan. The guests included friends from Belmond, Ackley and Alden. Leaves for New York. SHEFFIELD--Miss Betty Trowbridge left for New York City following a few weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Trow- bridgc. Injured in Fall. ARMSTRONG--Mrs. J. O. Johnson fell from off the back porch Monday morning, cutting the back of her hea*on the cement walk and spraining her ankle. Goes to Chicago. BURT--William Giddings went to Chicago Saturday to help his brother, Gu5'. who is a mail carrier there, move to Tama, where he has been transferred. Business Is Sold. IOWA FALLS--The printing plant of the Iowa Falls Printing company was sold to R. G. Elliott. With the sale of this plant, goes the Iowa Falls Advertiser. Stockholders in the Iowa Falls Printing company were Burt Kroesen, Mrs. Kroesen and Merle Kroesen. Visitors From Waterloo. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Braner and two children of Waterloo spent the week-end with Mrs. Braner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kinden., Leave for Montana. KANAWHA--Miss Doris Gramlcy left Tuesday for her home in Lewistown, Mont. She has been a guest several months at the Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart home. Miss Gramley is a niece of Mrs. Stewart's. Moves (o Clear Lake. LAKOTA--C. C. Freeark, who was injured this winter by a bull and then suffered a siege of pneumonia, is unable to carry on his farm work so has moved with his wife and .son to Clear Lake. The John Dakin family has moved to the farm and will take charge of it. Visitors From Aurora, BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel and son came Sunday for a few days' visit with Mr. Drcm- mel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. Makes Trip by Plane. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. C. E. Garman left Sunday for Fort Worth, Tex., to visit her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Garman. She went by train to St. Louis and from there by the American airline to Fort Worth, where Harry is now division superintendent of the American air line. Fertile Creamery Output Total of 190,000 Pounds of Butter in Past Year FERTILE--Patrons- of the Fertile co-operative creamery held the annual meeting when the butter maker, Harry Cash, was rehired for the coming year. The directors are Jasper Humphrey, president; Gussie Haugen, vice president; Clarence Hennis, secretary and treasurer; Jim Tompken, James Kirk, George Levang and Spence Abrams. During the past year the creamery manufactured 190,000 pounds of butter and the average price paid to patrons were 31.46c with an overrun of 24.19. LY FLEES BURNING HOUSE Floyd Meyers Residence at Chapin Destroyed; Most Contents Lost. LATIMER--A fire of unknown origin destroyed the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers west of Latimer about 4:30 o'clock Monday morning. Members of the family were forced to leave the house in their nightclothcs. Only a few clothes and a few articles from the first floor were" saved. The loss was estimated at about 513,000 and was partly covered by insurance. Titonka Man Sentenced to Kossuth County Jail ALGONA--Frank McColley. Titonka, pleaded guilty before Judge F. C. Davidson on forgery charges and was given six months in the county jail. McColley is supposed to pay court costs and value of all checks written. Harold Burtis, Irvington, was bound over to the grand jury on statutory charges under $1,000 bond by P. A. Danson, justice. The case of Jack C. Noylar, Marshalltown, was settled in Danson's justice court Tuesday after paying checks and costs on charges of obtaining money and other property under false pretense. NEIGHBOR SEES BLAZE IN HOUSL No One Home When Fire ifcan Corwith Home Starts;' ^ Place Destroyed. f, CORWITH--Fire of undetermined origin destroyed i.he Sherl May" 1 town residence and contents Sunday. There was no one at home and when the fire was discovered by a neigh- ! bor, who turned in the alarm, the blaze was shooting through the roof and one side of the house. The town (ire department put the fire out, leaving a shell of the building standing. Bedding from a downstairs bedroom was al! that could be removed from the house. Insurance was car- f - - ried on the loss, estimated at $2,000. " Loses Because Note Is Executed on Sunday, Held Void With Law EMMETSBURG, (.T)--Because the law holds a note executed on Sunday is not collectable, Henry Lanf- mers, Mallard, farmer, has given his sister. Mrs. Alvina Peterson, .$1,600 as her share of their father's estate instead of $1,000. By doing so, h e gained title to their father's farm. Henry Lammers, Sr., died several years ago and bequeathed the farm to his namesake with the condition that the son pay in cash to seven other sons and daughters, $1,000 each, payment to be made one heir a year until all were paid. . Mrs. Peterson, widowed mother of 12 children, borrowed $1,100 from her brother before she was paid her $1,000. When the note fell due, she asked that it be cancelled in payment of her inheritance. When the court finally held that the note was void because' it was executed on Sunday, the brother, to gain title to the farm, paid her S500 more. Ionia Farmer Injured. NEW HAMPTON--Emil Schultz, 63, Ionia farmer, may lose his right leg. His right kneecap came in contact with a circular saw on a farm near Ionia. "My TERRAPLANE does more than most cars claim" 'it's 'fops' of oil the cars I've ever owned." 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