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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 10, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1937 FIVE CONSIDER SALES BARN ERECTION , Lake Mills Farmers Meet and Make Plans for Stuuclure. LAKE MILLS--A meeting was held Tuesday allornoon at Lake M i l l s to begin plans for a c o m m u n i t y sales barn. The meeting was well attended' by ·farmers 'from a wide territory. Georae Thomas was elected as acting chairman and George Stamp as acting secretary. A committee was appointed to solicit shares and memberships to find out if enough are interested in erecting a sales barn. This committee consists of Ole Haugo, Lewis Hoi vie, Elmer Bergland, George Kilen. Carl Sheimo, George Thomas, Carl Moe, A. O. Westland, Ed Sprecher, Ole Kringlaak, Glaive Dahl. Rudolph Groe, Albert Ingebritson, George Holtan, George Stamp, Adolph Ellingson. If enough persons are interested, more complete plans will be drawn up and officers and directors elected. Contest in Fox Hunt at Buii Is Announced HURT--The Burt chapter of the Conservation league met Monday evening at the Legion hall. Plans were made for a fox and crow hunting contest between the north and south sides, which will continue from now until the second 'Monday in June. Prizes will be given to those winning the .most points and the losing side will entertain the winners. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WnBoul Citamel--And You'll Jump Out of Bed IB Ihe Morning Rartn' lr Go i, TI ?S J lvcr Hhou| d Pour out two rounds ol liquid bile jnto your bon-ets tfally. If thia bifo la not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest It just decays in the bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach, Yoii set constipated. Your whole oyatcm ta poisoned and you feel sour Bunlc and the world loolts punk. Laxatives ura only makeshifts. A. mcra bowel movement doesn't tret at the CRUSG It takes those good, old Carter's Little Liver Fills to tret tliese ITVO pounds of bile flowing freely ami make you feel "up Htidup'MIarm- fess gentle, yet amazing in making bile flow freely Ask lor Carter's LUtle Liver pj|[ a by name. Stubbornly refuBc anything else 25c, Gypsum Company to Make Improvements, at Fort Dodge Plant FORT DODGE, (ff)--The Na- .iona! Gypsum company of Buf- 'alo, N. Y., announced plans for extensive improvement of its Fort Dodge plant. The new plant, greatly enlarged, will employ from 175 to 200 men with a monthly payroll of about $20,000. The improvements include a new wallboard plant, new plaster mill, reequiping the block plant to double its capacity and enlarging the warehouse facilities. Last fall the company purchased extensive gypsum deposits near Fort Dodge. FARNSWORTH1S FOUND WOUNDED Lime Springs Farmer in Critical Condition at Home. Is LIME SPRINGS--Fay Farnsworth, 45, farmer living south of Lime Springs, was reported Wednesday in a critical condition from the effects of a gun wound. He was found shot below the heart with a 22 rifle. Farnsworth, who has a large family, was said to have been worried by poor health. Osage Student Has Exciting Long Ride on Big Cake of Ice D ECO RAH--Clarence Melson of Osage, Luther College student, had an exciting week-end ride on a cake o ice and lives to tell the tale. Melson jumped on to a large cake of ice and lives to tell the hundred feet and guide the ice to shore. But the current was swiftei than Melson had anticipated--he rode several hundred feet and on ,under the Tavner bridge. Here he attempted to catch the bridge supports, but failed, and he and the ice cake slid over the dam to wha' would have been certain death hac the river been at a lower stage Luckily, his cake o£ ice tiltec backward and slid over the rough waves at the foot of the dam, anc finally near the mouth of Twii Springs creek, he was able to steer his strange steed toward land. 13.Receive Votes at Rudd in Annual School Election Did Buildings at Clarion to' Be Sold; Elma Man Served 30 Years. RUDD--Sixty-seven votes were cast for 13 persons at the Rudd Consolidated school election Monday and Dr. H. A. Dockstader and "iouis Clay were re-elected as directors for three year terms, each receiving/52 votes. No names were on the tickets, as all had to be written in. Ray Helmers got 2 votes and the following each received one: Royal Jacobs, Ivan Barlz, M. A. Kalen, Walter Jackson, Fred Ehlebreeht, E. A. Hansen, Mrs. Dave Ervay, Clyde Baker, Fred Mullen and William Schweizer. Pioneer Director Re-Electcd. ELMA--At the school election P. W. Church was re-elected to the board of directors and Charles arnien re-elected treasurer of the board F, W. Church lias served as director on the board of education in Elma for more than 30 years at various times. He was one of the first directors when the town of Elma was founded and the first building in 1888 was erected during I'.is term of office. He has been president of the board since 1930 and cr-r.u'nues active in his school interests. Vote to Sell BuiUlinij. CLARION--At the school election ncld March 8, the present incumbent, G. A. Evans, was reelected. C. J. Birdsall, treasurer, was also re-elected. The issue of "whether or not the old school building and grounds shall be sold to the highest bidder" carried by a large majojrily in favor of the sale of the property. Kammeier Is Winner. ROCKWELL--In a three cornered contest for one vacancy on the rchool board, Roland Kam- meiir was elected Monday by a vote of 68 to 55 for Ernest Allen and 34 for Henry Amendt." Mrs. Minnie Murphy was re-elected treasurer over S. J. Rankin by a vote ol 96 to 62. Large Vote Reported. ROCK FALLS--A large vote turned out at the local school election with 110 voting. E. F. Hansen was elected as the town directoi succeeding R. Craw. Glen Calvorl was elected director at large. In the rural districts N. Gildner, Wil- STEP OUT OF THE Actual photograph of Nash LnFoycUt-"400" 4-Door Sedan with trunk Why pul up with "small car" limitations . . . you can now gel a groat big Nash for so very liHla more! @ That big car in llic piclurc, ia the new J 17- inch whcolbasc Is'ash LaFayctle-"400". Isn't it a beauty? And it's much bigger than any of the "all three" Email cars. You get a 90 horsepower engine; oversized Doublc-Aclio'n hydraulic brakes; the strongest type of steel body construction. You get wider scats. More headroom and Icgroom. You get all these "extras"--yet this big Nash cosls just a few dollars more than any of the "all three" small cars. Sec, the Nash Ambassador Six. A luxurious ] 21-inch whcclhasc c;ir. i l"s even burger cars costing S200 more- See the JNnsh Ambassador Eight. 325 incites of wlieclbasc! A .105 horsepower "Twin-Ignition" valve in- head engine. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to own. Sec Nash first--this year! You're missing a bcl if you don'l. ASK ABOUT THE CONVENIENT TERMS AND LOW RATES AVAILABLE THROUGH THE NASH C.I.T. BUDGET PIAN. Automatic Cruising Gaar available on alt Nath models at itighf extra cott. *FOR AS 1ITTIE AS $1 OR $2 A MONTH EXTRA YOU CAM GET OUT OF THE "All THREE" ClASS A check-up recently mode In ten representative cilies shows that the Nash taFayelle-"400" 4-Door Sedan with trunk DELIVERS for just a FEW dollars more than the similarly equipped 4-Doar sedans oT IKe "All Three" small cars. In many places, the SLIGHT price difference is just $1 or $2 a month exlra on your lime paymenls. WINNER BY LOTTERY EAGLE GROVE--A peculiar situation developed a t t h e school election. F. H. Wixom and Merry 1 MacNaughton were candidates lor director for a one year term, and when the. voles were counted, each had 303. The names were placed in a hat, and one name drawn out, under the supervision of the judges. Mr. MacNaughcon proved the winner. Mrs. Bertha llobbet, candidate for three yeir term as directoi 4 , and Arthur MaHin, candidate for treasurer, were elected, without opposition. 116 Sowth Dcloworc C E R R O GORDO NASH COMPANY Phone 636 am Bahnsen, Paul Matzen and tto Schlobohm were elected. Only 27 Votes Cast. BURT--H. E. Rachut was elec- ed to the school board. Only 27 otes were cast. H. A. Thompson 'as elected treasurer. 50 Cast Ballots. WESLEY--The annual school lection was an event of peace and uiet in Wesley Monday, in con- fast to some years when great nthusiasm was manifested. Only 0 voters took the bother of voting vith 47 of the votes being given o Henry Sherman, incumbent, hree voles were scattered. This vas the only name up for election in thij school board this year. Are New on Board. LITTLE CEDAR--At the school ileclicn George Barker and Oscar 'ohnson were elected as directors or terms of three years to fill )ositions formerly held by H. L. ~enney and Lawrence Wolf. Chosen at Corwilh. CORWITH--R. E. Bonnstetler vas re-elected director of Corwiff. Consolidated school district for a hree year term, receiving 153 otes. Dr. P. E. Walley received 119 votes to fill the unexpired erm of W. J. Shipman who moved out of the district. L, W. Escher ·eceived 33 votes. A total of 175 otes was cast. Has No Opposition. TITONKA--School election here vas a very quiet affair. Ernest 'eterson was re-elected without opopsition as director. Less than 15 votes were cast. Named at Loneroclt. LONEROCK--Dell Marlow was ·e-elcctcd for a three year term, Ralph Thompson being elected for three year term at the school election held here. N. L. Cotton was re-elected treasurer. For 3 Year Term. RIDGEWAY--At the school election George Kuntz and Marvin Place were re-elected directors for a term of 3 years. Only 32 votes were cast at thi selection. For the rural schools of Lincoln township, the following were chosen: District-No. 1, James'Sou- cup; No. 2, Ernest Baumgartner; No. 3, Frank Samac; No. 4, John Enger: No. 6, Fred Sharp. Chosen at St. Ansgar. ST. ANSG-AR--The election of school officers was held in the rvublic library. Wilmer Dockstader ,vas elected to serve a term of three years and O. W. Reid to serve a tei-m of one year to fill vacancy of Paul Rosel, who had resigned several months previous. The standing members of the soard were George Gutman, Slier- win A. Kleinwort and Monrad A. Haug. Membership Is Unchanged. CARPENTER--At the Carpenter consolidated school board election the same board was elected. Ernest Hollitz, president; L. S. McGilvery, Clifford T h o r s o n, Clarence Anderson, William Ogden are the members. Re-Electcd to Board. SWALEDALE--At the school election Ralph Taylor and Hans Fahus were re-elected and Andrew Hannah was defeated. New Treasurer Chosen. , MARBLE ROCK--Roy Taylor was re-elected school director for a term of three years. Owen Burns was elected school treasurer for one year to fil the uncxpired term caused by the resignation of R. D. Walster. Wins by 9 Voles. PLYMOUTH -- Richard Claus was elected school director, John Browers received 25 and Claus 34 votes for the three year term here Monday. Chosen at Miller. MILLER--At the school election A. H. Nonnweiler and Sherwood Skongaard were elected directors for a term of three years and William Van Haaftcn was elected for a term of two years. 22 Votes Are Cast. WHITTEMQRE--Only 22 voles were cast in the annual school- board election in Whiltemorc. This is a rmall amount compared with previous years. Frank Bestenleli- ner was re-elected as a member of Ihe board. School Elcclion Quiet. ALGONA--The annual school election proved a quiet one in Al- gonn with a total of 2B voles cast. E. J. Housh received 25 votes to succeed himself as director and Charles R. La Borrc received 20 votes as treasurer. . New on Board. VENTURA--The school election was held Monday. Lawrence Bless and Vern Boen were elected as directors in piace of Lewis Grell and Conrad Anderson. Gets All of Votes. EMMETSBURG--Only 68 votes were cast in Emmetsburg's school election Monday, election clerks reported here Tuesday. The votes were all cast for W. H. Morling, unopposed candidate for re-election to the school board. No write- in votes' were recorded. Has No Opposition, OSAGE--Frank Chatman was re-elected member of the school board here at the school election Monday for a three year term. Them was no opposition. Elcclion Is Quiet. RAKE--At the annual election of the Hake Independent school district held at the city hall, O. E. Quam was re-elected and A. E. Frandle was elected to succeed Gus Johnson as members of the school board for a three year period. It was a quiet election with no opposition to the candidates elected. Other members of Ihe school board are Dr. J. E. Russ, Dr. M. W. Smtih, and H. L. Heath. Harrison Is Elected. HAMPTON--Dallas M. Harrison was elected to the school board Monday to the place he has held by appointment since the death of. Dr. Ed Scantlebury, a former member. He was unopposed. lUrs, Oik is Winner. CHAPIN--At the school election 81 votes were cast for one candidate for a three year term to succeed George Schinegal. The candidates were Charles Hemm and Mrs. Ernest 6lk. Mrs. Oik received 46 votes and Mr. Hemm 35 votes. Elected at Bradford. BRADFORD -- At the school election Monday, Elmer Hofmann was elected to succeed Wayne Boyinton, 7 Votes Arc Cast. W H E E L E R W O O D--At the Wheelenvood school Lincoln township, Elmer Pforr was elected director for the coming year. Only seven members came to vote and Mr. Pforr received his office with three votes to his credit. A. C. WILLFORD, WATERLOO, DIES Former Congressman From Third District Heart Disease Victim. WATERLOO, (/P)--Albert Clinton \Villford, congressman from the third Iowa district from 1933 to 1935, died at his home here Wednesday at the age of 59. He had been critically ill of heart disease for several weeks. A native of Vinton, he was chiet engineer of the power and light company there before coming to Waterloo in 1907. He operated an ice company here until 1910, when he started a feed and seed store which was his major business until the time o£ his death. A democrat, he supported President Roosevelt's program during his term in^congress. He ran again in 1934 and in 1936, being defeated by John Gwynne, republican. Willford was a thirty-second degree Mason, and was president of the Iowa Izaak Walton league from 1927 to 1929. The people gave Mr. Roosevelt a mandate, but some of them are astonished when they see what it was.--Davenport Times. Kcturn to Rochester. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Felles of Rochester, Minn., who have been spending the past week at the home of Louis Fletcher and attended the funeral of Robert Fletcher returned home Saturday. Visitors From Austin. DOWS--Fay Parkinson and nephew, Irving McGee, of Austin, Minn., visited Sunday in the parental G e o r g e Parkinson home. Another son, Merle Parkinson, Ft. Dodge, also visited there Sundny. How Many Times Will I Be Married? FORTUNESCOPE 25c THE PROGNOST1CATOR OF HUMAN DESTINY HAS THE ANSWER! 25c Why Worry About the Future? This Goofy New Gome Has the Answer, and They're Uncannily Plausible. IT PREDICTS AND ADVISES IT SHOCKS AND THRILLS EXCLUSIVE WITH YELLAND HANES 11 EAST STATE STREET PHONE 400

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