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^^^y^^, ^ S?^^ 1 EIGHT .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 ·T'19'37 WRITE IN 4 WOMEN'S NAMES IN LUVERNE SCHOOL VOTE 2 PROPOSALS IN NASHUA GARRY Shovgard and Zimmerman Elected at Ballot in . Sheffield. ' LUVERNE--A close vole developed here Monday in the school election between four women candidates for the board, all of whose names were written in. Mrs. Irvir) Chapman was elected to the three year term, defeating Mrs. George Ha'nselman 77'to 55.. For the one year term, Mrs. Harold Sorensbri won from Mrs. Gustave Baesseler 58rto 41. There were 174 votes cast.', ",'" ·· · '· ' Two Propositions Carry. NASHUA--The proposal to sell the ward school in Brooklyn suburb carried 47 to 6 and that o£ Celling of thei-eal estate purchased from the L'. P. Hansen estate was approved 54.. to 1 at the school election. Dr. E. F.. Taylor, unopposed, received 54 votes for the position, of director. One ballot was spoiled. : ·' · '"·': 'Skovsrarfl, Zimmerman Win. SHEFFIELD --Dr. W. -Skovgard received 88 votes and was elected to 'the board- ot education. · J. -W. Durraette 'received 42 votes. D. Garb Zimmerman received 127 votes: and . was elected. Wins in 3 Way Vote. ROCKFORD--M. H. Brallier was elected to the board of education with 169 votes. Those who were defeated were Bill Yerkes with 60 and Mrs. Rose McCartney, 6 . . . . . · ' , Gets All ot Votes. CHARLES CITY--Ralph Anderson, unopposed for school director, leceived all of the 92 votes cast In Monday's election. Incumbent Is High. CRESGO--At the Cresco school election Monday, G35 votes were cast, of which L. A. Kellow, incumbent, received 390 and Mrs. Tulsa S. Craig, 233 votes. 12 bpoileri. With no special issue, the contest brought out the largest vote for school election in years. Woman Is Defeated. DUMONT--Howard Pfallzgraff was elected to the school board in the iinnual school election here Monday by a vote of 100 to 47 for Mrs. J. R. Britcher. . G O L D F I E L: D--T h e annual school election of the Goldficld Independent school was held Monday 'with two directors being elected for terms of three years. Henry C. Pinkham, who served as president ,of the board was reelected, and Glenn Moseley, the only othei candidate for the othei^ directorship weie named to the three yeai terms Fifty votes xvere cast Elected at Calmar. CALMAR--At the school election held at the town hall there were 171 votes cast. ,Of this number there were 34 invalid ballots. J. F. Conover was elected treasurer by 112 votes. Fred Meyer was elected to the school board by 70 votes mid Valentine Frana was elected to the school board by 60 voles. Quietest in 'in Years. NEW HAMPTON--New llamp- lon had the quietest school election in 20 years Monday wnen only -io voters went to the polls to re-elect F. B. Strike for a three- year term and J. P. Riglcr for a two-year term. Rigler will serve the unexpired term of C. C. Sheakley who died last May. Four years ago more than 1,100 votes were cast in the school election. Have No Opposition. DECORAH--School election was held Monday in Decorah, with a "-light vote. Mrs. L. K. Knight, president of the.board of education; Worman Nelson, and E. R. Haines, treasurer, were re-elected without opposition. Quiet at Emmetsuurff. EMMETSBURG--Emmetsbui'g's annual school election was a quVit o n e - h e r e Monday, with W. H. Morling, attorney, rc-clcctcd lo the school board. He was unopposed, for the office. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North lowa and Southern Minnesota Taken' (o Iowa City. TITONKA--Florin Bartlett became critically ill Sunday and Monday evening was taken in an ambulance to the University hospital at Iowa City. Moving to Arkansas. JOICE--Mrs. C. ^A. Kittleson returned to Fort Dodge with the E. O. Rappe family who visited at her. home Sunday. She plans to stay a week. Her daughter, Mrs. Lyle Monson, and son, James, have been visiting her while Mr. i.HclcLin Emmet County. EMMETSBURG -- Onnic Akridge and C. E. Jolliffe o£ Palo Alto county are being held for investigation, in Emrnet county after officers there found what may be a stolen car in their possession Monday. A check for approximately $300 made out to Cornelius Fogde by the Quaker Oats Elevator company .was also found in their possession. Monson moved their furniture from Des Moines lo Wynne, Ark., where .they will make their future home. From New Mexico. ' . " ST. 'ANSGAR -- Mrs. J a m e s Rhinehart and two children of Belen, N. Mex., are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Gilbertson. · · ' Return to St. James. BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. Joe Downey and baby of St. James, Minn., returned to their home Sunday after spending a few days in the H. Harms home. Honored at'Shower. THORNTON--A . miscellaneous shower was held at the Methodisl church annex in honor of Mrs. Art Dixon. Births Are Reported. RAKE--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lund Saturday They now have two daughters anc one son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fabci are- the parents of a son born on March 6. They now have two sons and one daughter. Are Parents.of Son. KENSETT--A son weighinj R",\ pounds was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Melvin Dahle, Friday. Scarlet Fever Reported. RAKE--The Martin K. Monsor family northeast of town was quarantined for scarlet fever Saturday, their oldest son, Jessie, being ill. This is the first case of scarlet fever in this community this year. Visitors From Dubuciuc. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B.ionerud of Dubuque spenl the week-end visiting at the home of relatives. Taken lo Hosjiifal. CALMAR--Mrs. Joe Bencia was taken to the Decorah hospital Friday where she was operated oi\ for appendicitis. Honored'at Shower. HUTCHINS--As a courtesy to Mrs Henry Werbben, nee Edna Carlson of Wesley, Mrs Olaf Fun- nemaik entertained at a parcel shower Saturday afternoon. Return From Florida. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs Herman Zuman and son, Leland, returned from their trip to Florida by auto. They visited at St. Petersburg, Tampa and other interesting points and also visited the white house at Washington, D. C At D. A. R. Moelinsr. OSAGE--Mrs. Sam Clay, Mrs E. .T. Scofield and Mrs. Charles Kathnn drove to Des Moines early Monday morning to attend 111 state D. A. R. meeting. Tlicy wil return home Wednesday. Leaves for Oklahoma. C R Y S T A L LAKE--Georg Helm, Arnold Jensen and E Hansmeier boarded a train . fo Oklahoma City, Okla., where h has been employed for some time Visitor From Lisbon. KENSETT--Theodore Tosten son of Lisbon, N. Dak., arrive Saturday for an extended vis with his sister, Clara, and brothei Norman and Reuben and othe relatives. Buys Clarksville Bakery. CLARKSVILLE--Joe Kuchel o Holstein bought the White Swa bakery of Louis Monnier. It wi be closed for some time, while ex tensive remodeling and redecoi atinj* is going on. Boy Is Recovering:. CRYSTAL LAKE--Dickie Jan? sen wiis in the hospital at low City, where he was taken a fe weeks ago, after a piece of nu went into his lung and later pneu moni-i developed. An operatio was performed but as the . nu could not be found it \va thought he had coughed it u Dickie came home Friday and getting along fine. Injured in Accident. NEW HAMPTON--Miss Glad; Regan, 25, Elma, suffered a frac tured left ankle Sunday evenin in an automobile accident ne: there. Miss Regan was taken to S Joseph's hospital here Monday bu was dismissed during the evenin Ilcturn From Florida. DECORAH--Dr. and Mrs. C. O'Brien and son, Charles, are bac in Deborah after vacationing se\ eral weeks in St. Petersburg, FI The O'Briens enjoyed s w i m m i r . in the gulf during the greater part of .January and February. On their return trip they passed through parts of the country which had been badly flooded. Celebrate 31st Anniversary. D O W S--Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Know Your State A Daily Fact About loway The number of mules on Iowa arms al 67,000 head now, is un- langed from a year ago. The av- ·age value a head was $118 this ear and. S121 last. The low point n farm value of mules was cached on Jan. 1, 1932 and 1933 ith a per head valuation of $64 ach- year. Meyer celebrated their thirty-first wedding anniversary last Sunday. Their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Meyer entertained in their From Winncbago. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Irs. Hollis Hunter of Winnebago, linn., spent Sunday in the M. D. Xmter and J. Hoffman homes. Will Meet Wednesday. K A N A W H A -- The regular neeting of the American Legion Vuxiliary will be held at the home f Mrs. Nellie Muhm Wednesday, Irs. Nora Johnson and Mrs. Chester Haller assistng. Visitor From Truman. BRITT--Mrs. Bernard Lorig nd daughter, Marlene of Truman, Vlinn., visited over the week-end vith her sister, Mrs. John Pritchard, and Miss Florene Laffey. Recovering After Operation TITONKA -- Ray Miller was aken seriously ill Thursday and Friday and was operated on al he Kossuth hospital for appendicitis. He was very sick for a few days but seems to be making sat- sfactory progress now. Mrs. Hall Hostess. ST1LSON--Mrs. Hussel Hall was hostess to the L club Saturday afternoon. Visitors From Lansing. GRAFTON--Mrs. Loyd Nack and daughter of Lansing is visit- ng Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nack anc elatives. Submits (o Operation. HAKE--Vivian Satre, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. John Satre, underwent an operation for appendi- itis at the Dalmadge hospital at 3uffalo Center Saturday evening. Visited in SI. Paul. WHEELERATOOD -- E. P. De- raw spent last week in St. Paul vith Mr. and Mrs. T. Law. Leave for Indianapolis. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Glen S'elson left Thursday for their ome in Indianapolis, Ind., after pending several days visiting ere. ·Visit-at Ames. SWALEDALE -- Mr and Mrs 'larence' Ulumn ! and children, can and James, went to Ames lunday for a visit with the form- r's sister, Mi\ and Mrs. Roy Grif- eth and children. 160 Attend Shower. HUDD--One hundred sixty per- ons attended the shower Saturday evening at the hall honoring and Mrs. Ray Smith. A Nora Springs orchestra furnished music or dancing. Refreshments were served. Visitors From Illinois. CORW1TH--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunting are entertaining their daughters and grandchildren, Mrs. Percy Mosher and c h i 1 d r e n, Charles and Phyliss, and Mrs. Clinton Strand and son, Don, of Rockford, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Scott drove to Independence Monday to meet them and bring them to Corwith. They will visit here until after Easter. Leave for Minneapolis. GREENE--Mrs. C. Frudden left for Minneapolis to meet her sister, Mrs.' Ilginfritz of South Dakota. They will spend several days in Minneapolis. Visit at Rochester. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs.. J. L. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Buck drove to Rochester, Minn., Saturday to visit Bud Sanders, a patient there. Visitors From Uanitls. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Forest Clemens and two children came from. Cedar Ranids to spend the week-end with their''parents, the Will Hulchinson .and James Clemens families. Enter Teachers' College. , · SWALEDALE--About 25'young friends met at the home of Ruth Ward Sunday evening, surprising her. Huth left Monday for Cedar Falls to enter I. S. T. C. Doris Enabnet also went to Cedar Falls Sunday to enter I. S. T. C.. Returns From Seattle. CORWITH--George Mitchell returned from spending the winter in Seattle, Wash., and will make his home in his town residence recently vacated by A. S. Beckman. Mr. Mitchell will remodel the house and put in a basement this summer. Return From California. THORNTON -- Mrs. M i n n i e Mors and daughter, Theresa, returned from their trip to California. They visited relatives and friends at San Francisco and Los Angeles. The trip was made by auto. Theresa will take her mother to Webster City where she will make a slay with her son, Mrs. and Mrs. John Mors and family, and Theresa will continue on to New York to take up her chau- Attcnd Mission Meeting". JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ^ogness, Mrs. Theodore Ramsey, "va Stensrud and Helga Rinden left Saturday for Badger where :hey attended a mission meeting. Visitor From Cornell. ST. ANSGAR -- John Albert Halvorson, who attends Cornell college, surprised his parents, the Albert Halvorsons, by a visit Saturday and Sunday. . Visit at Strawberry Point. BUFFALO 'CENTER--Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph Stenerson drove to Strawberry Point and visited in the Vincent Hamlett home. Mr. and Mrs. John Stenerson who 5,150 Pounds Gain for Osage Creamery m Year Is Reported OSAGE--At the annual meeting of the Osage creamery, Frank Jacobs and Fred Muller were reelected d i r e c t o r s and Judson Burtch, secretary. The annual report showed that 606,515 pounds of butter were manufactured last year, an increase of 5.150 pounds over the previous yeai-. The creamery paid out $195,591 to armors, an increase of 339,151 over last year. The price of but- erfat paid was 37.20 compared yith 32.50 in 1935. Howard Reynolds of Mason City talked on the care of cream and the marketing of butter. Tony Kurina with his one-man accordion band furnished music. have been visiting there returned home with them. Plan to Conclude Receivership. KANAWHA--The meeting of stockholders.of the First National bank was held Tuesday afternoon to discontinue the receivership of the bank. The receiver since the closing of the bank has been H. E. Mahoney of Humboldt. A ' committee was appointed to liquidate the balance of assets. Given Surprise Party. BRITT--Mrs. Walter Fox and Mrs. Hattie Aldrich planned. a birthday surprise party honoring Mrs. Gallaway Saturday afternoon. 'Called to Pomona. · GREENE--Elmer Moss left Saturday afternoon for Pomona, Cal.. called there by the critical illness of his brother, Dr. Solomon Moss, a dentist there. A sister of Waterloo will also go to Pomona. A Word for Cleveland. If it be granted that Franklin D Roosevelt is the greatest of al democratic presidents it must also be conceded that he is everything under heaven that Grover Cleveland was not.--Charleston News and Courier. Subdistrict Declam to Be Held at Rudd RUDD--The subdistrict declamatory contest will be held in the Rudd high school auditorium Wednesday evening at 8 p. m There will be 11 speakers and nine schools will be represented,' Allison, Elma, Nora Springs, Bristow Floyd, Plainfield. Charles City ; Meservey and Rudd. Mrs. Rebecca Jones, 85, Goldfield, Die; GOLDF1ELD -- Mrs. Rebecca Jones, 85, pioneer Wright county resident, died at her home here late. Monday after an illness o several months. Mrs. Jones had enjoyed good health despite he ; advanced age and kept up he: home until her last illness. Called to Dayton. RUDD--Coach and Mrs. Ever ett Manchester left Sunday lo: Dayton called there by the deatl of his grandmother. LAWLERMAN DIES OF FALL 'uneral for. Brannon, 41, to Be Held Wednesday at Church. LAWLER--Calistis J. Brannon, 41, farm hand died when he accidentally fell down stairs into a casement in a school house four miles east of here according to a .Vinneshiek county coroner's jury Vtonday. He was found dead. Funeral services will be Wednesday morning at Our' Lady of Vlount Carmel church here with Rev. John O'Donnell, pastor, officiating. Brannon enroute from the lome of his. brother-in-law, Frank Lynch, apparently fell down the steps when leaving the school house which, adjoins the Ray Lawrence farm where he was employed. He died nearly instantly from a fractured skull. Calistis J. Brannon was born in Chicknsaw county, Oct. 14, 1895, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatious Brannon. During the World war he served nearly 15 months abroad. He was a member of the Harold Redman post of the American Legion. Surviving are his parents, three sisters: The Misses Eustis and Eunice Brannon, both of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Frank Lynch, Lawler. He was unmarried. Calmar Woman, 91, Honored on Birthday CALMAR---Mrs. Frank Nockles Sr. celebrated her ninety-firs birthday Sunday by receivini friends and relatives throughou the day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nockles of Decorah and Cletis Nockles, Chicago, were relative; from out of town who spent thi day with her. Mrs. Nockles makes her home with her daughter, Mrs Herman Bush. Vlrs. Van Fleet Dies at H a y f i e l d ; Rites Are Held in Church HAYFIELD -- Mrs. Jennie Van Fleet, well known at Hayfield, died at the home of her brother, Albert Geddes, late Saturday afternoon after a short illness from a leart attack. She was born near Eagle Lake May 14, 1886, the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. eorge Geddes. The family moved to southern lowa when she was a little girl. he was married Oct. 20, 1923, to William Van Fleet at Oskaloosa. Mr. Van Fleet died in 1925. The family came to Hayfield in 1931. Surviving are her aged father and brother, Albert, and two nieces and one nephew and many other relatives. Funeral services .vere held at the Hayfield church Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. W. Whitford in charge and interment in the Britt cemetery family lot. St. Ansgar Play to Be Given March 19 ST. ANSGAR--A home talent play "Song of My Heart" in three acts sponsored by .the I. C. club and directed by Miss Alice Laun, is to be given at the high school gymnasium March 19 at 8 o'clock. The cast includes Zita Volney, Gene Gerlach, Dorothy Duesenberg, Bert Janzaw, Lois Gamble, Hazel Cory, Charles Enneberg. Kraschel Accused by Library Association DES MOINES, (/P)--Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel received a letter from American Library association officials which, lie said, accused him of "throwing the Iowa State library into party politics." He said he planned to answer the association's letter and explain that i was his intention to get the library "out of politics." LAKOTAMAN DIES ON VISIT Brought from Riceville? Funeral Is Conducted at Church. LAKOTA--H. D. Mussman, 83, .akola, died Friday at the home ot. his daughter, Mrs. George Kemp at Riceville, w.here he and Mrs. Mussman had been visiting 'or several weeks. The body was si-ought here Saturday to the home of his son, Harry with whom :hey had been making their home. The funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon at the M. E. church. A male quartet from the Pres- syterian church composed of I, E. Wortman, Jerry Ukena, George Ennen and Jerry Heetland sang three selections. The Rev. Harvey Nelson, pastor of the M. E. church, had charge of the-services at the church, and the Masons from Buffalo Center had charge of the services at the cemetery. Mr. Mussman as born in Germany and came to this country when 16. He leaves his aged wife, two daughters, Mrs. George Kemp of Riceville, Mrs. Elmer Dow of Sheffield, two sons, George, ot Ellsworth, Minn., and Harry of this place.; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Nora Springs Finals for Amateurs to Be Held on Wednesday NORA SPRINGS--The grand final of the amateur contest series will be held Wednesday evening in the h-gh school auditorium beginning at B o'clock. Three Jirsts and three seconds, the six winners of the three contests sponsored by the Commercial club and the American Legion will meet in friendly combat. Margot Grahame agrees that Luckies are gentlest on the throat honor in the Wallace Meyer home. Recovers Stolen Garner Auto. A L G O N A--Marshal F r a n k Green recovered the stolen automobile in Algona Sunday morning belonging to the Rev. Mr. Heilman o? Garner. The car had been stolen from Garner the same day. Several Are Entertained. BRITT--Mrs. E. 'G. McGreevey and son, Charles, of Charles City, Edward McGreevey of Crystal Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Trulson and two sons of Woden were over Sunday visitors at the Donald McGreevey-home. tauaua work. Recovering- From Operation. THORNTON -- Miss .Maybelle Morgan, who was operated on at the Lutheran hospital, Hampton, for appendicitis, is recovering nicely. Will Be Honored. CRYSTAL LAKE--A miscellaneous shower will be held Wednesday afternoon in the American Legion Auxiliary hall fpr Mrs. Bud Jilck who was married last Tuesday. Mrs. Jilck was Henrietta Martin before her marriage. The young couple, have moved south of Ciystal Lsfc, "I've smoked Luckies for eight years-ever since 1 was introduced to them in London by an American motion picture producer. He put forward the very sen' sible argument that they are the gentlest cigarette in the ivorld on the throat--and fine tobacco, too. Since then I have made many pictures, and I must say Luckies have always been considerate of my throat. In fact, my throat practically insists that I choose a light smoke -- ·which is easy to understand in vieiv of the voice strain picture-work entails." FEATURED IN THE RKO RADIO PICTURE BASED ON THE JULES VERNE STORY "MICHAEL STROGOFF" An. independent survey was made recently among professional men and women--lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87%stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Miss Grahame verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies--a light smoke, free of certain harsh.irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat* THE FINEST TOBACCOS-"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke Toasted"-Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION--AGAINST COUGH

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