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

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8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZE iM'E MARCH 23 1931 IOWA REDISTRIGTING STARTS POLITICAL ISSUES EARLY DEMOCRAT RALLY IS PLANNED SOON Leaders C a s t Speculative Eyes on Elections to Be Held in State. By THEODORE F. KOOP Associated Press Staff Writer DES MOINES, March 23.--Iowa political leaders already are casting a speculative, eye at the weather forecast for 1932 elections. The immediate necessity of re molding the state into nine instead of 11 congressional districts has brot into prominence, earlier thar , usual the probable issues and candidates of next year's campaigns, even tho the .primary election is 14 months distant. Will Hold Rally Iowa democratic leaders, heartened by winning one congressional and 44 legislative seats last November,, are getting-an early start on their 1932 drive for .victory. Richard F. Mitchell of Fort Dodge, stat chairman, has called a ; statewid rally to be held here during th first week of April, with Jouet Shouse, chairman of the nationa democratic executive committee, as the speaker. WhQe it is anticipated the pr: mary goal of the conference will b to obtain some voice in the redis tricting problem, tentative plans un doubtedly will be made for placing full ticket in the field, not only fp state but.,legis]ative and county of fices. : The redistricting question-Is the center of efforts by party official to obtain favqrabje divisions. Mitch ell and Harrison E. Spangler_oj Cedar Rapids, republican chairmen have been in frequent conferences with legislators, and Representative F. C. Gilchrist, new: tenth distrid congressman, has been at the'capito: for the last few days. Is Controversy Subject Reapportipnment of the. second district, in which a democrat was elected last year, is one object of controversy, ^ith republicans endeavoring to'add enough predominantly republican counties to make the district safe for their party. Democrats, o? the other hand, have filed amendments to redistricting bills seeking a chance of carrying- three districts. Discussion v of prospective candidates has scarcely entered political discussion. Primary interest will devolve around Senator Smith W. Brookhart's position, it being taken for. granted the. senator will be a candidate for renbmination on, the republican ticket. ATTACKS GUARD Feeblestad Is Elected Joice Shipping Manager JOICE, March' 23.--J.-P. Feeble- stad was elected manager of the Joice shipping association by the hoard. . when a Joiiet penitentiary guard who had fired to subdue rioting convicts in the old prison appeared at the inquest of Albert Yearbook, convict, Irene Yearbeck, above, sister of the dead prisoner, attacked him. Yearbeck was killed dur- . .ing the riot. LEROY FARMER KILLED IN FALL Knight Suffers Fracture o: Skull; Is Survived by Three Children. CRESCO, March 23.--Herbert G ICnight, 48. farmer of Oak Dale :ownship, near Le Roy, died sooi] after a fall from a load of hay, ,triking- on a cement walk and frac- uring his skull. He is survived by hree motherless children. Carpenter Grade Pupils Will Present Operetta CARPENTER, March 23.--Mrs. . .W. Miers and Miss Marie Richie re directing an operetta, "Sunny f Sunnyside," to be given by the *rades at the high school auditor- um Friday, March 27. 07-Farmers; at Aredale;", :·,,·'-, Want Optional Cow Tests AREDALE, March 23.--H. C. Bong- and F; G. Wirth went to Dea Moines with a petition signed by 107 ennezette township farmers re- uesting the legislature to pass the )avis bill making the tuberculosis est optional. ., HERE AND T H E R E * * * - ' . * · · · *;. * * * * * * . * * «u, « » Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Ill at Brlstow BRISTOW--Miss Sue Trerictis i: ill with an attack of the flu. , Student Comes Home SHEFFIELD -- Arnet C: Kara meier, senior' at the University, o Minnesota, arrived Saturday nigh to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kammeier. "Visit at Bancroft BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. M. F Baker of Sigourney visited Thurs day; and Friday at the L. F. Ken nedy home. Visit at Joice JOICE-7-Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan, Montevideo, Minn., "spent the week-end visiting 1 here: Taken to Hospital LELAND--Agnes Colby, teache Of sixth, seventh and eighth grade: in the Leland school, went to the hospital at Forest City for an oper ation. Mrs. Archie Hagen, Fores City, will teach for Miss Colby unp another substitute can be found. Recovers From Illness MARBLE ROCK--'Mis. Earl Bral Her is recovering from a severe at tack of the' flu. ' Visits With Sister CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. H. R. Al corn arid daughter, Eleanor of Edge wood visited her sister, Mrs. Donah Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Davis :took them home Sunday and while then visited Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. anc Mrs. W. H. Rulon. . . Plan Community Sale GLHNVILLE, Minn.--A community sale will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Are From Minneapolis SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Pearl Sykes and son, Lester, Minneapolis, are visiting this week with Mrs. Sykes' mother, Mrs. L. B. .Carhart. Bancroft Devotions Held BANCROFT--Forty hours' devotion will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at St. John's Catholic church. Many priests from neighboring parishes will assist the ~~ v. J: D. Fisch and ,the Rev. Charles Earns. Student Is Home JOICE!--Byron Aasland, student at Ames, spent the .week-end at lome visiting with relatives and riends. Suffers Broken Arm LELAND--While cranking the ractor on Friday afternoon Harlan wenson broke his_arm. He is the nly son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. iwenson, west of Leland. O. E. S. School Held . GREENE--Mrs, Mina Arthurholt f Ciarksville^district. instructor 'of C E." S.. coriducted;s'chb6l of instruction for, May Day chapter here Fri- ay afternoon and evening. Thirty ight attended 'the dinner at the Hotel Kessler. ' . Former Resident Visits' ·JOICE!--Mrs. John Wilson, Min- eapolis, former resident of Joice, s visiting friends. How thrilled ehe was to go out with him I How happy he seemed --at first! But before the 67ening was oyer, he lost interest. Why? 2 She couldn't understand his sudden coolness until one day another girl gave her a tactful hint about "B.O."--body odor. O Now he lias come back to her. They'rehappily engaged. Sheknowj the simple way to keep perspira- tioni odorless--no "B.O." now. e B.O.' has wrecked (Body Odor) many a romance prettiest girl--the best-looking J. man--quickly loses all attractiveness if ."B.O." (fcofy odor) offends. Don't take chances. Even in cold weather pores are constantly giving off odor-causing ·waste--a quart daily. We don't notice this odor in ourselves, but others da! And they never excuse it. Play safe. Adopt Lifebuoy as your toilet soap. You'll love its bland, creamy lather--so abundant even in hard water --its pleasant, erfra-efcan scent that vanishes as you rinse. And how good you feel after b Lifebuoy bath--how gloriously. fresh and C-L-E-A-N. No danger of "B.O." now! For Lifebuoy's gentle, antiseptic lather penetrates - and purifies pores--removes every trace of odor. Great for the complexion Thousands of women envied for their fresh, clear, lovely complexions, give all the credit to Lifebuoy alone. Its gentle, deep-cleansing lather frees pores of clogged impurities--banishes dullness-brings healthy, radiant beauty. Adopt Lifebuoy today. LEVKU BuoTHKtta Co., Cambridge, if OM. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact'Every liay About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa ranks fourth of ail states in the number of miles of railroads within the state borders. Railroac mileage in Iowa totals 10,493 miles MRS, JORDON OF BRITT IS BURIED Funeral Services''Are Helc for Aged Woman, H! Long Time. BRITT, March 23.--Mrs. Gather ine Jordon, 86, who has been In fail ing health for some -time, passed away Saturday morning and was buried Monday morning. She dl* at the home of Gene McGurk, where she had been staying. Mrs. Jordon was born in Illinois, March 15, 1845 She was married to Patrick Jordon for 55 years. They lived in Britt 49 years. The cause of her death was a cerebral hemorrhage. Funera services were held at St. Patrick's church. .. ' FORMER FAYETTE MAYOR IS DEAD Funeral Services Are Held for W. B. Stevenson, 71; Leaves 2 Children. FAYETTE, March 23--Funeral lervices for William B. Stevenson, '7, 'prominent Fayette county res- dent, were held at the home Sunday ifternoon, conducted by the Rev. J. D. Clinton. Mr. Stevenson was for many years prominent in commun- ty and county affairs; having erved as assessor, councilman and mayor of Fayette, local committeeman and delegate to county and bate conventions o£ the republican arty and a director of the First National bank. He was a member f, the commercial 'club committee which obtained,the first-local.tele-' ihone .exchange' · at ·'Fayette.' Sur-riving are two children, Nellie Is'' and Oliver W. Stevenson, both of Fayette and a brother, Jay'of'Tor- ance, Cal.' JLijebuoy SHAVlKlG CREAM This doable-dense Uthcr sbie! ds teadcr tpoo--civcs the quickeu, tlickeu ihive ever. Aljnr Jniflifj. Lifebuoy H E A L T H S O A P ·/ -stops body odor-- Are Parents of Son MARBLE ROCK--A son, Wiliam Howard, was born to Mr and Mrs. S. J. Hunter. · Cares for Father CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. Augusta frapp is here from Iowa City to ake care of her father, Carl Seil- ng, 92. Are Sheffield Guesta SHEFFIELD--Dr. and Mrs. O. V. Esslinger, Cedar Rapids, were week-end guests at the home of the :ormer's parents, Mr. and Mrs J G Esslinger. Is Guest at Bristow BRISTOW--Mrs. John W Piper New Rockford, N. Dak., is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. John H. Miller and her family. " Takes Manager's Place PLYMOUTH--W. O. Prescott is ill and confined to his home. Mrs.' Ren Snell Is assisting in the store while the manager is away. Meet at Gordonaville GORDONSVILLE, Minn Members of the Outer Circle of the Ladies' Aid, with their families, were entertained in the D. L. Klove home. Teacher Has Operation MARBLE ROCK--Miss Mildred Kinseth, teacher of fifth and sixth grades in Marble Rock, submitted to an appendicitis operation at Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo, Saturday. Entertain at Party' THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Parish entertained 16 guests at a" 500 party Friday night. Mrs. H. W Alexander had high score. Is HI at Latlmer. LATEHER--Mra.; Lawrence Jensen is quite ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Potter. Taken to Hospital. SEXTON--Mrs. .Joe Fraser waa taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona Saturday.' She is critically Moves Beauty Parlor. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Haze! Adams will move her beauty parlor from the Forset barber shop to rooms over' the Henry Hefta building. · Come From Estherville. SCARVJLLE--Carmen, Parneil and Virginia' Twito, all of Estherville, are visiting at the S. O. Solomonson home. Returns From New Xork,' GOLDFIELD--Mrs, W. A. Zeig- 'er who has been spending the pas' three months at the homes of her children in New York City returned. Goes to Chicago. GARNER -- Fred Grelman, Sr., and Raymond Haberkamp accompanied five carloads of livestock -.hipped to Chicago. 114 Pigs Farrowed. ' PECORAH, March 23. -Herman Leiatikew, Winneshiek county farm er, has set a record in the county for the number of young pigs farrowed already this spring. He has 114 so far. He specializes in Spotted Poland China and Duroc Jersey hogs. } Goes to Grand Forks MARBLE ROCK--William 'Otto hes gone to Grand Forks; N. Dak. to get his mother, Mrs. Fred Otto who'spent the winter.with, a daughter there. Progressive Club Meets LUVERNE--Mrs.';J. M. Christensen was hostess to members of the Progressive club at her hoine Friday afternoon. Mrs. F. I. Chapman read a paper on "Religious Training in the Home," which was followed by round table discussion. Mrs. H. A Reyman gave a reading, "The Losl Word," and Charlene Chris'tensen played two piano solos. Returns From Indianapolis PLYMOUTH--C. L. Jensen re turned from Indianapolis, Ind., where he attended the funeral of his youngest brother, who died suddenly oi paralysis. , Was-at Rochester. WODEN--John -Von' Laven re turned, from Rochester, Minn.,-Sat urday. His daughter, Lena, remained for medical treatment. Ingebretson Receives Treatment. ' SCARVILLE--Miss Laura Inge bretson, instructor in the Synod church'- school; has gone to Minneapolis to seek medical aid for an injured arm, received in a fall soma time ago. A substitute has been hired, since she will have to remain there indefinitely. Teacher at Ames. BRTTT--Miss Marie Quinn of Ames visited her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Quinn, from Friday until Sunday. She teaches in the public schools at Ameg. Societies Will Meet. I/ATIMER--Mrs. Fred Valilsing will entertain the Latimer park society In April. Mrs. Louie Chrigten- sen will entertain the M. E. Aid society in April. Recovers From Operation, SCARVILLE -- John Fangsta'd, who underwent an operation for tnastoids at Iowa City, is reported to be recovering. Girls 4-H Club Meets.. AREDALE--The Girls 4-H club net.at the home of Miss Velma brooks Saturday afternoon. Patterns were discussed. ' Teacher Is Homer WODEN--Miss Estelle Ludeking, who teaches at Luana', spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her 'ather, U. L. Ludeking, and family. Dougherty Lesson Given DOUGHERTY--The fourth lesson o£ third year nutrition was given by »!is3 Alice Mae Cole of Mason City o the district leaders of Dougherty ownship at the home of Mrs. James ycdnnorj The; last-!leg'sdh'-will,be on' :anning, to be^giveu; May 7'at the home of Mrs. M. P. Geary. W. C. T. TJ. Meeting Held STILSON--The postponed-W.-C. ?. U. meeting was held at the home f Mrs. John Chambers Friday af- ernoon. The Baptist minister of Corwith, the Rev. 'A. Rust, had charge of the devotions. The. remainder of the program was an institute/ Promotions Are Given Two EAGLE GROVE---Word has been 'eceived .of promotions for two 2agle Grove boys who have been in he employ of the Mid-West. Com- nercial Credit corporation in Des aoines. Delbert Lukensmeyer has transferred to Cedar Rapids as office manager. E3 Stevens takes :he position in the Des Moines office which is vacated by Lukensmeyer. . Goes" to Des Moines . OSAGE--Mrs. Vivian Foss, who has been at the H. E. Tuttle home the past month, returned to her home in Des Moines. Visit at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS--John and Joseph French, sons of Mrs. Hattie French and Freddie Tatum, son of Mr,' and Mrs. Fred Tatum, are spending their week's vacation- from Iowa State' college at' Ames with home folks. · Stop on Hiking'Tour OSAGE--John Potter of South Haven, Mich., visited his aunt Mrs Oscar Potter. He was hiking from New York City to Boulder, Colo. He had a railway pass in case hiking grew tedious. Returns From Chicago CARPENTER --Benjamin Leach has returned after a brief business trip to Chicago. Ernest Clifford Is HI NORA SPRINGS--Ernest Clifford is quite ill at his home. Practices In Osage O S A G E --Miss Ruby Wattum senior at St, Olaf college, has been in Osage doing three weeks' practice teaching. She' is majoring in languages. Visit nt Chap in CHAPIN--Mrs. W. F. Buebeck of Lincoln, Nebr., arrived Friday for a visit with her aunt; Mrs. T. B. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross of Kanawha also are here for an over- Sunday visit at the Hamilton home. Attends Grain Meeting. SEXTON-Charles Auran, manager of the North Iowa Grain company elevator here, went to Ft. podge Saturday to attend a conven-. tion of the 'North Iowa Grain company. Returns to Castlewood. WODEN--Miss Johanna Greenfield, who has been visiting 'at the home of her parents at Castlewood. returned Saturday evening. Is From Staples. SCARVILLE--Mrs. Joseph- Johnson of Staples, Minn., is staying at the Helga Brudvig home caring for Mrs. Brudvig who has been ill with oneumonia. Go to South Dakota BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yost and sons, Charles, Jr., and Edward, left Saturday morning for South Dakota, where Mr. Yost has a contract for road grading. ROBBER HOLDS UP MAN IN HAMPTON $30 Taken After Madsen Is Hit on Head by Robber at Gas Station. HAMPTON, 'March 23.--A bold holdup occurred at the Mid-Conti- ^nent service station here about 9:30 o'clock Saturday evening. A stranger entered the station and after a casual conversation with the manager, I. C. Madsen, suddenly drew a gun and commanded him to put up his hands. Mr. Madsen did not do so at once and the thief gave hinra tap on the head with the butt o'f the revolver, dazing him' so that he was powerless to interfere while the stranger rifled the cash drawer, obtaining about $30. Mr. Madsen described the man as being about 6 feet tall, having dark complexidu and wearing a dark, mackinaw and' cap. SHEFFIELD GIRL IS BEST SPELLER Margaret Olkers Is Winner of Sixth Grade Contest Held in Hampton. H A M P T O N , March 23.--Miss Margaret Oelkers was the winner at the sixth annual grade school spelling contest held here Saturday afternoon at the courtroom of the Franklin County courthouse. This judges were Mrs. Vera Fromm, teacher in the Ccapin high school; Miss Edna Luce, principal of tha Hampton high school, and Mrs. Oscar Hinton o( Lee township, county chairman of 4-H girls' club work. Mrs. P. T. Ellifson of Popejoy pronounced the words and Miss .Muriel Henderson was the referee. Tho checkers were Mrs. C. A. Card and Miss Viola Taylor. Margaret Oelkers lives three miles west of Sheffield, and tha irophy cup belongs to the Oelkers todependent school. The other winners who, were presented prizes by Josef Uzel, who represented tho rlampton Chamber of Commerce were: Claire Witte, Helen Boyeoga Ava Bell Personett, Althea Hansen. n Hoskins, Mabel Meinberg, Dentel, Mabel Buckallew, ·label Hart and Barbara Hamilton. Muriel Evens and Alvilda Andreason won second and third prizes. Tha spelling bee was under the direction of County Supt. Harry J. Henderson. · .-..·:. ... ·'·. ;· ·. MERKEL'S LINENS and DRAPERIES Have Been Selected For the Cooking School BY Mrs. Ruth Campbell LECTURER She will tell you about them during her lectures and demonstrations on the stage. MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL The Globe-Gazette's Free Cooking School at -- You Will Profit By Attending! High School Auditorium Tuesday -- Wednesday i hursday -- Friday This Week cAfcrAe/Co. VACATION RATES via MINNEAPOLIS ST. LOUIS R. R. Coach Rate to Twin Cities and return. On sale each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Return limit following Monday. First Class Rate to Twin Cities and return. On sale^daily. Return limit 25 days. ONE FAKE PLUS 50c. Round trip all points. On sale March 37, 28, 29. Keturn limit April 7. . ONE FARE PLUS 25c. Round trip all points. On- sale each Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning. Return limit following Monday. Half fare for children. 150 Ibs. free baggage allowance. 7 A I U PHONE NO. 203 S. L. ZEA, Agent A SPECIAL SHOWING of the NEW OLDSMOBILE "CUTAWAY CHASSIS" An exact replica oF the animated "slow-motion" chauis displayed at the National Automobile Showi... We cordially invite you to visit our showrooms and inspect theiiew Oldsmobile cutaway chassis wnicK we liavc obtained from the national automobile shows for a few days only. This chassis, a real mechanical masterpiece, has been especially, prepared, and at considerable cost,- to enable you to see exactly how the new Oldsmobile is built.' Portions of the engine, transmission, rear axle, and other units hove been cut away to afford a perfect view of the various parts in actual operation. And an ideal opportunity is offered, at the sameXtime, to examine the many -new features which have been added to the engine and chassis of the new 1931 Oldemobile. For example, you can study the new down-draft system of carbure- tion . . . the new carburetor-silencer-. . . the newly-designed crankshaft balancer . . . the new coordinated starter and throttle . . . the famous 1 Syncro-Mefih non-clashing transmission, with Oldsmobile*s new Quiet Second Gear, and many other important new features. He re is an excellent opportunity to learn important mechanical facts about the modern motor car-~to examine the new Oldsmobile in particular--and to make comparisons which will enable you to invest most Wisely in a new motor car. The new Oldsmobile for 1931 is a truly unusual rar--faster, smarter, lower in price! Come in and see for yourself how much you get for what you pay in the new Oldsmobile. 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