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March 28, 1939

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 4»I*X\ ****** A VK «^ ^*. ~~~ ·" -- v^^-^^J...^ ^ TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 3 $50,000 AIRPQRTlSSUE LOSES IN ALGONA ELECTION PLAM RITES OF Candidate Plans Contest BURT GIRL, 22 "* ' " Ruby Sanderson to Be Interred After Services Thursday BURT -- The body of Sanderson, early "sunda7"lnorninB,"° was d ° rS ? a S 50 ' 000 bond issue brought here for burial Monday Providing for acquiring, im- mm-niwir proving and equipping of a morning. ^~,^ u , lu C v 14 i atKsb^S cr^Thur* ^fl**"*day afternoon and burial will be AJgonans Alrhnno-ln I *,,». for the measure, and 827 against it, to carry the proposal. Vote on the measure by wards was: in the Burt cemetery. - -- . ..,,«·---« »*, Ruby, daughter of Mr. and the total was far short Of the Mrs. E. C. Sanderson was born -Nov. 4, 1916 at Lake Andes, S. Dak. When about five years old she moved with her parents to Seattle, Wash., where she lived until eight years ago when the family moved to Burt. She was a graduate of the Burt high school. She is survived by her parents and three brothers, LeRoy and Myron of Seattle, Wash., and Norman of Kanawha. 70 ATTEND M,E, CHURCH SESSION Mrs. C.R. Marsh of Mason City on Nora Springs. Program NORA SPRINGS--The Epworth leagues of Hudd, Hockford, Flood Creek and Nora Springs met at 6 o'clock in the Methodist church in Nora Springs with about 70 in attendance. Mrs. C. R. Marsh of Mason City gave a review of the book on "My Personality anc' God" by Marjory Wilson. At 8 o'clock the Rev. Will Kirwin of Rudd gave an evangelistic sermon on "We Are Only Guests in this Beautiful Wonderful World" to a large audience with members of the other churches well represented. three This week's meetings being held each evening except Saturday closes a three weeks' series of meetings with the first week at Rudd, the second at Rockford and The the third at Nora Springs. Rev. Will Kirwin preaches the first three sermons and the Rev C. G. Fort of Rockford, the last three sermons of this week. applicants. While at Luther he ha: been studying the physical sciences and languages. relatives invited to their home. 666 Salve-Nos* Drops SALVE relieves COLDS prlc» 10e 25c of New Hampton Election Mayor Is Elected by Margin of 3 at Rudd r Misbach Is Elected ALGONA--In the heaviest vote since 1933, citi Yes No 1st Ward 203 141 2nd Ward 315 256 3rd Ward 238 210 4th Ward 167 190 while Herman Schuldt, in the race for the same office, was given 51. C. G. Waterman, unopposed in the contest for treasurer, was reelected. QUIET ELECTION "EEN AT PLYMOUTH PLYMOUTH -- Monday's city election was a fairly quiet one, with only one ticket in the running. Mayor L. D. Snell, receiving 97 votes, was re-elected. His writein opponent, Earl Clark, was given 22. Councilmen elected on the citizens' ticket were Frank Barta, 122, R. L. Dixson, 109, M. J. Mikalson, 67, Frank Peshak, 109, and J. R. Clause, 104. Lottie Brunsvold was re-elected treasurer, with 103 votes cast for tier, while W. O. Prescott, a write- in candidate, received 45. Marion Scarrow was re-elected assessor with 113 votes. C. A. FOX WINS for his Miller. Efean Lawless From ' Grundy Center Goes . to Military Academy DECORAH -- Dean Lawless, Grundy Center and freshman at Luther college, has received an appointment to West Point Military Academy by Representative John W. Gwynn of the third Iowa district. Lawless took his physical examination in Omaha, Nebr., March 7 Due to his high scholastic standing during high school and in his first year at Luther, Lawless was anrt ,, A «-,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, exempt from taking the mental V: A ~ Knutson, mcu examinations usually required of TMuncilmen-at-] a rge, easily won amilioanl.:. Whil* ,t T.,,«,»,. v J ^ ° l from A - K - Leichtman. Pierson polled 1,150 votes; Knutson, 1,036 and Leichtmqn, 508. Unopposed " The Luther"fresh"man will leave candida t es received the followins for West Point July 1, when his Y 0 '- e f " arowt v - . Maa *. training begins. Mai; Vincent Kneger, Rockwell Couple Is Married 39 Years- HOCKWELL-^-Mr. and Mrs. Paul -ixjjEiimvmi--mayor i_ari Lrrange S. Breeding observed their thirty- was re-elected at Monday's city ninth wedding anniversary Satur- election, receiving 104 ballots, day evening with a number of while W. C. Keraus received 64 votes. 1,145; B. A. Holschlag, assessor, 1,177; J. F. Kennedy, park commissioner, 1,092; A. J. Forkenbrock, third ward councilman, 234 votes. RE-ELECT MAYOR GRANGE AT KLEMME KLEMME--Mayor Carl Grange All councilmen were re-elected in a race in which there were ten competing. Those re-elected to the council were John Etchen, 116 votes; Lloyd Lau, 95; C. A. Larson 85; William Kirkwood, 84, and Julius Prieve, 33. Orville Bridges was re-elected city assessor, receiving 100 votes Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, April 4 From 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday Evening, April 3 8 P. M. to 9 P. SI. RETURN EVERT 28 DAYS Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free consultation. I treat diseasEs of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Piles and other rectal diseases; Nervous diseases; diseases of the Heart; Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles- Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; sick headaches; High Blood Pressure- Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; Female disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supports fitted. Remember 1 have had 32 years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients- many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice If you call and desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable I have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. · Write for free booklet on rectal and chronic diseases. Address letters to BR. 3. F. SHALLEIVBERGER, M. D.. 1544 E. 53rd St., Chicago, Illinois CHARGED WITH TAKING $835 Former Official of Woolstock School Board Is Arrested CLARION--Harry O. Nail of Algona was arrested Monday by Wright county Sheriff Roy E. Wilson, Nail was arrested ori a charge of jmbezzlement of $835 from the independent school district of Woolstock arid charges were filed by Woolstoek school board. The 15 years previous to March, 1933, Nail had served as secretary- :reasurer of the Woolstock school board and it was during this time it is alleged he embezzled $835. Nail was returned to Clarion and s now in the Wright-county jail, Se will be bound to the grand jury. *j- *». tuA.- vma us The airport vote was heavier ELECTION AT HAMPTON than that for municipal officers, HAMPTON--A total of 293 1,750 casting ballots on the meas- votes was cast in a city election ure, while the vote for officers Monday in which the only contest was 1,580. was for councilman-at-large. C Leighton Misbach was elected A. Fox received 257 for this officp mayor, succeeding C. F. Specht. and Howard Bolts Incumbent The clothier received 1,033 votes, 225, James Shear, running OT? the Specht 468, and D. D. Monlux, 307. independent ticket Beardslcy Re-Elected · -· ' E. H. Beardsley was re-elected assessor by a vote of 1,311 to 136 opponent, Charles R. Alwin Huenhold, receiving 910 votes, and L. S. Bohannan, with 932, were elected counci!men-at- large, while W. A. White, who received 859, was defeated. First ward councilman elected without opposition was W. E. Hawcott, with 217 votes, while H. N. Harris, receiving 395, was elected in the second ward, also without opposition. Kohlhaas Is Winner In the third ward Frank Kohlhaas, with 232 votes, won from George L. Miller, who received 225. J. F. Overmyer, with 242 votes, was elected without opposition in the fourth ward. H. L. Gilmore was re-elected city treasurer, as he received 1,190 votes and had no opposition, while H. N. Kruse was re-elected for another term as park commissioner, with 1,213 votes. PLANS TO CONTEST NEW HAMPTON VOTE NEW HAMPTON--R. F. Faragher, New Hampton abstractor, was elected first ward councilman here Monday with 202 votes with H. L. Hettler polling 102 and William Wilkins, 77. Faragher's name did not appear on the ballot, his backers using a sticker. Hettler said Tuesday that he would contest the election as the stickers were over the space al- loted for the cross, that type of sticker is unlawful, the defeated candidate said. Harry Carney, veteran second ward councilman, won over A. L. Miller, 292 to 256. Carney has served 14 years up to the present time. A. L. Wachholz nicked A. C. Schmidt, 160 to 158 for fourth ward councilman. Schmidt was the incumbent. A. J. Pierson and O. A. Knutson, incumbent won - , received 52 The two high, both on the itizens' ticket, were elected. Other officers running on the Citizens' ticket without opposition were Joe Sikkema, mayor, 273 votes, W. F. Sampson, assessor, Fred A. Keepf treasurer, H. E. Boehmler, park commissioner, B. G. Walsh, C. R Harrison, T. C. Kobeiie and j! Milford Boots, councilmen. NEW MAYOR PICKED BY 3 VOTES AT RUDD RUDD--E. \V. Cheney, candidate on the citizens ticket, was elected mayor by a three point margin Monday, winning 73 to 7C from the incumbent mayor, R. L Pace, who headed the Peoples' ticket. Paul Stalker, receiving 86 votos and Charles Hess, 115, were the new councilmen elected, succeeding B. E. Hansen and R. L. Phil- JPP, who were on the Peoples ticket. Hansen received 34 votes Philipp, 59. H. E. Schrader was re-elected assessor, receiving 109 votes while Stalker, a write-in on the Peoples' ticket, was given 11. "W G. Willett was re-elected treasurer with 125 votes. INCUMBENT OFFICERS VICTORIOUS AT OSAGE OSAGE--A total O £ 745 vote was cast in city election balloting Monday, with incumbents being re-elected. "Victorious in the voting were Mayor G. E. Swansoii Treasurer Birchard Brush, Assessor H. E. Larue, E. C. Swanson Lewis Haberkorn, Ben Chatman Harry Hedrick, Earl Penney anc R. C. Carr, councilmen. J. H. MARTIN IS EAGLE GROVE MAYOR EAGLE GROVE-^in Monday's election, J. H. Martin was chosen as mayor, and C. C. Maxwell, T L. Rogerson, Harry Shurtz, A. B Parsons, Otto L. Larson and Roya K. TJhr, councilmen; L. D. MacNaughton,. p a r k commissioner while W. C. Plasterer o£ the Citizens' ticket, was leading Pau Flower of the Peoples' ticket in the assessor race. ELECTION LIGHT AT DECORAH POLLS DECORAH--With contests ,, only two wards at the city election Monday the vote was light. Dr. C. P. Wilson, present alderman, was an easy victor in the fourth ward over his opponent Charles Glover, receiving 76 vote to Glover's 42. This is Glover' third defeat in the fourth ward Robert Schwartz defeated Em melt Gillette, a present alderman in the fifth ward, for assessor. ] Linnevold won by a large majority over Albert Makenstad. Program Is Given at Meeting Held by Music Mothers JOICE--Members of the Musi Mothers organization met at th school gymnasium Monday eve ning. Included in the program was An organ solo by Phyllis Iverson a cornet solo by Delwin TJIstac songs by the girls' sextet; pian duet by Lorna and Billy Petersen who also played solns separate ly; a vocal solo by Mrs. Georg Bauers and a cornet solo by Ver nell Medlang. Refreshments were served Supt, E. O. Berkland, Kathryn Tweeten, both faculty members and Mrs. Harry Johnson and Mrs Horice Thompson. CALLED BY DETATH ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs Ray Richards and Mrs. Halli Williams went to Orient Saturda morning because of the sudden death of Mrs. Richards and M Williams' father, E. J, Oshel. LADIES' AID TO HIEET WESLEY--Mrs. Lester Lars u , and Mrs. Henry Funnemark wil be co-hostesses to the Priscilla Phoebe Ladies' Aid at the church basement Wednesday. Know Your State A fact a Day About ioway Io\va was first seen by whit men when Marquette and Jolie touched the west bank of the Mis sissippi river near the mouth o the DCS Moines in 1673. 3elmond Boy to Be Ordained as Priest une 3 at Dubuque BELMOND--Word has been re- eived here by Mr. and Mrs "reorge Brady, that their oldest an, Duane, will be ordained to he priesthood on June 3 at Du- auque. Solemn high mass will be leld for him at the St. Francis hurch in Belmond on June 8. Mr. Brady will be graduated from he Sulpician Seminary at Wash- ngton, D. C. this spring. BELMOND BAND IVES CONCERT APPROVE NORTH IOWA PROJECTS Lakota, Northwood, Fayette, Kossuth Counties Mentioned W A S H I N G T O N , (#·)--Iowa members of congress were advised Tuesday the president has approved the following Works Progress administration projects in North Iowa: 552,766, Hardin county, improve county roads. $5,910, Kossuth county, Lakota, sidewalks. $50,910, Fayette county, improvement of county owned roads. Worth county, Northwood, $5,455 extend water distribution system throughout the town. SERVICES FOR O.H.KEITH, 73 Manager of Elevator at Goldfield Had Served on Council GOLDFIELD--Funeral service were held here Monday afternoon at the United Presbyterian church for David H. Keith, 73, manager o the Fanners Elevator compan 1 here for the past 31 years. Th Rev. John Haupt officiated ant burial was in the family lot a Glenwood cemetery. In 1897 he became manager o the Rock Island lumber yard where he remained until 1908. In 1908 he was chosen as manager of the newly organized Farm ers Elevator company of Goldfielc where he served for 31 years un til his death. Surviving are: Robert P. o Rockwell City; John Russell o Garner; Dorothy A. Smith and Enid Smith of Nashua and Marian J. Dean of Des'Moines. He is also survived by 20 grandchildren anc one great granddaughter. His brothers surviving are Wil liam and John of Scotland; Rob ert H. of Rowan and two sisters Mrs. Mary Phelp, Mrs. Jessie Mel ton and Mrs. Isabella Henderson all of Scotland and Elsie Keith o Montreal, Canada. He served for many years as : councilman and as a member o the board of education. He was ; member of the United Presbyter ian church of Goldfield. Annual Meeting of Oakland Township School Board Held POPEJOY--The annual meetin of the Oakland township schoo board was held at the schoolhous Monday evening. The board for the year include district No. 1, Andrew Christen sen; No. 2, Earl Russel; No. 3, Ar thur Muhlenbruck; No. 4, Percj Moore, director at large; No. : Ed Anderson; Wo. G, Ferol Neely No. 7, Henry Lekwa, director large; No. 8, Elmer Olson; No Ernest'Anders. Following the business session lunch was served. Members of Clarion ' y Monday Club Meet CLARION--Mrs. F. S. Thorn ley entertained Monday clu members Monday afternoon a Hotel Moore. A short story rea by Mrs. Thornley formed the af ternoon's entertainment. Refresh ments were served at the close o the afternoon. Mrs. A. D. Wake field will be hostess to the clu m three weeks at Hotel Moore Mrs. H. C. Hansen will act as as sociate hostess. Mrs. E. W.Shaw Is New Superintendent HANSELL--A new superinten dent for the Methodist Sunda school was elected at a late meet ing. Mrs. E. W. Shaw replace Mrs. Lyle Beed. AID WILL AtEET JOICE--The Beaver Creek La dies Aid will meet Wednesday T\Tl-r- TJn«.n1 J TT -- *^__ _ _ i - . Mrs. Harold Hoffman and Tom Brosdall will serve. Mrs 52 Members of High School Group in New- Navy Blue Uniforms BELMOND--The Belmond high school band gave a pre-contest concert at' the high school audi- orium Sunday afternoon. The 52 members made their irst appearance in the new uniforms of navy blue, trimmed in red. The program consisted of the selections, ensemble, small group and solos which will be entered n the sub-district music contest at Clarion March 30, 31 and April 1. The program was given underlie direction of E. F. Griffen and Miss Evelyn Sohl. Cemetery Society to Meet Wednesday DUMONT--The Cemetery Improvement society will meet Wed- lesday afternoon at the Legion lall with the following hostesses: Mrs. S. G. Barlow, Mrs. J. A. Barlow, Mrs. Dave Noelting, Mrs. N E. Finn, Mrs. E. O. Slaid, Mrs. R H. Atchison, Mrs. R. A. Vannoy, Mrs M. W. Seipp and Miss Sadie Hartson. JEWELER DIES OF HEMORRHAGE Forest City Man Was One of Founders of City's Rotary Club .FOHEST CITY--Leo Nelson, 48, for many years operator of a jewelry store here, died suddenly at rns home Monday night of a cerebral hemorrhage. He is survived by his mother Mrs. Oliver Moklestad of Forest City, his widow and two daughters, Norma, a student at Waldorf college, and Jean, a high school student, two sisters, Mrs I W. Steiner and Mrs. Burr Mann of Winona, Minn., and four brothers Wiiham of Forest City, George of Swea City, Ralph of Spencer, and Paul of Mason City. He was one of the founders of the Rotary club here. Rites are being arranged. Robbed Home of Austin Packer Hoover Birthplace Society Organized m Hawkeye State WEST BRANCH, VP) -Hoover Birthplace society has been organized here, scene of the birthplace of Herbert Hoover, first president of the United States born west of the Mississippi river. The organization was inaugurated by Bruce McKay of Cedar Rapids, who has had charge of the restoration of the old Hoover home here. The majority of the 30 charter members were boyhood friends of Hoover and others interested in the restoration and preservation of the Hoover home. Fred- Albin, a grade-school classmate of Hoover, was named president. OPENS GROCERY STORE WODEN--John E. Buns held the opening of his new grocery store Saturday. At Los Angeles, Cal., Detective Capt. Harry Scaser said that Ralph Graham (above), 40, had confessed that for five years he systematically looted the exclusive Bel-Air homes of movie stars and others, Including that of George Hormel, millionaire meat packer formerly of Austin, Minn., from which 51,800,000 in bonds was taken. Drawing Contest to Be Held April 14-15 AMES, (#)--The fourth annual drawing contest at Iowa State college will be held April 14 and 15. The conference is sponsored by Prof. O. A. Olson, head of the college's engineering drawing department. More than 70 drawing and industrial arts teachers from junior and senior high schools are expected to attend. 1,898 MALES; 2 FEMALES SHENANDOAH, (IP)--Assessors records showed: There are 1 898 male and only two female dogs in Page county. LAST RITES FOR MRS. HANNA, 81 Swaledale Woman Was Born in Scotland; Survived by.Family SWALEDALE--Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Swaledale on Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Charles Hanna, 81, who died at her home here last Thursday. The Rev. L. McCauley pastor of the Baptist church, officiated, and interment was made m the Pleasant Valley cemetery south of Swaledale. Surviving are her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Harvey Palsdoffer of Swaledale, and Mrs. Charles Crabb of Mason City, one son, Andrew o£ Swaledale, three grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mrs. Hanna was born in Newton Stewart, Scotland on July 2 1857, and came to the United States in 1888. Arrange Last Rites for Mate Motz, 49 F O R E S T C I T Y -- Funeral services were being arranged Tuesday lor Mate Motz, 49, who died at his home here during the night Sunday of heart disease Mr Motz operated an electrical repair shop here for about three years. He was foi-merly of Avoca. Surviving are his mother and a daughter. MOVE TO IOWA FALLS CRESCO--After six years in the shoe business in Cresco, E. L. Westbury began Friday morning a closing out sale of his entire stock of footwear. Upon completion of the sale Mr. Westbury and family will move to Iowa Falls where he will enter the same line of business with his father, E. A. Westbury. This will leave but one shoe store in Cresco. the siniw inn/. F IRST time we saw the blueprints for this Buick thirty- niner we knew we had something pretty special for folks who. like action in their travels. It had eight eager cyh'n'ders in a mighty Dynaflash engine--and they could make a scared jack rabbit eat dust whenever the word was given! It had a ride we promptly dubbed "full float"--its stout coiled springs are now 15% softer in the rear, and hooked up, in front, with Knee- Action that banks curves for you. NO OTHER CAR IN THE WORLD HAS ALL THESE FEATURES + Dm*flASH VAIVE.IN-HEAD STRAIOHT- BOHrENeiNE + BUlCOIlTOHQUE.REESPmNO- INO * GREATER VISIBILITY * HANDlSHIft TRANSMISSION if SOOMIM UMSIfa BOOT »V USHER -k TORQUE.TUBE DSIVE if TIPTOE HYBSAUUC BRAKES * CROWN SPRINO CIUTCH * "CATWALK-COOUNG" * OPT1ONAI BEAR AXIE GEAR RATIOS * flASH-WAV DIRECTION 5ISNAI * 5EIF.BANKI.SG KHEE.ACTION FRONT SPRINCINQ Easy an the eye. -- eay to 6uj -en General MottirJ terms f It had a view, a gorgeous view, from windows and windshields as much as 412 square inches bigger--and it had style that has already altered the pattern on many another; car. stylist's drawing board. So we looked it all over--and went a step further. We decided a car so plainly meant for action needed to have a price that would set action for it! Now it isn't easy to build such a traveler--rich in reliable Buick quality clear down to the metals it's made of -- and still give it a price that rubs elbows with the YOU G£T 1 BtTTfR USED CAR BUICK DEALER sixes. But just look around, match up the price tags, and you'll find that this great straight- cight lists for less than some cars with two fewer cylinders! It comes complete with equipment that's extra in many another instance -- yet the figures still read lower than on Buick of a year ago. So when you see this Buicfc you not only see the car, but the one big. value of the year. That's why we're anxious to have you try Buick--it's a car with a winning way about ft, and a winning price tag in the bargain! \etter bm H^. BIRUM-OLSON CO. 316 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY, IOWA

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