Vindicator And Republican (Newspaper) - November 8, 1932, Estherville, Iowa f witt utr too Advertise of lowu Dei Iora Vindicator and Republican BE LOYAL to your Home Town Emmet County's Own Every Tuesday and Thursday VOLUME EMMET NOVEMBER 8, 1932 NUMBER m Late Reports Give Him Lead In 40 States Greatest Landslide In Political History of United States Carries 467 Electoral Votes to 46 Going to Has Popular Majority of 2,527,341 Senate and House As The general election is over and In all reports tabulated and the Democrats have won the tight lor president by an overwhelming A colossal landslide almost unparalleled in our Late this evening Roosevelt was carrying the nation's vote by about 2,527,341 The carnage which the Demo crats seem to have will give the defeated Republicans four long years to overcome and A general survey of the report shows a sweeping vote from coast to coast for conceded States always conceded to be surprisingly swung to j Democratic votes and showed their desire for freedom from oppression of low prices and the spirit of dissatisfaction thai has been the country for the past two Incomplete returns compiled reports showed the crisis of the crucial and critical An interesting fact worthy of recording shows that the staw vote of the literary Digest gave Roosevelt 41 of the 48 and at this time he has fulfilled this At present it looks as If the ful candidate will receive more electoral votes than Hoover did In the 1928 Republican Palo Alto described the gloomy atmosphere prevailing In and around the President's home while watching the bulletin board set up tn the home of the defeated can. indicated that early defeat was Hoover Concedes Defeat President tonight prepared a message to Franklin D. Roosevelt which congratulate you on the opportunity that has come to you to be of service to your I wish for you a most successful In Hoover's partial returns gave Roosevelt a vote of 69.954 and 46,269. In Hoover's adopted his defeat was Every report increases Governor Roosevelt's stupendous majority by more than a the last tabulation showed him leading by 2,-627,341 votes in the 12,790,000 Hoover Is conceded to have 5 states giving him only 55 electoral These are Delaware with 9, with 4; New 4; 36; 3. In contrast to Roosevelt was almost sure of 437 at eleven o'clock Those conceded to him at that time were Alabama with 3; 9; 8; 7; 12; Illinois 29; 14; 11; 9; 10; 5; 8; 17; 19; Miss. 9; 15; 4; 7; 3; New 16; New 3; New 47; North 13; North 4; 26; 11; 5; Rhode 4; South 8; South 4; 11; 23; 4; 11; West 8; Wis. 12; 3. Roosevelt went down cen ter for a and brought the prize to the goal without no. The plur CORN FARMERS DICKER WITH LOUISIANA MILLS Our Next President Iowa corn through the Pocahontas county farm bureau are dickering with Louisiana lumber men for the exchange of Iowa corn for Louisiana of drought Louisiana ia short of feed for stock There Is no money available for cash purchase of the needed The method of bartering lumber for corn with little or no Involved beyond the pay ment of freight on the two appeared to be the only way to supply urgent needs of both Iowa and Louisiana As a matter of barter sad cost hontas county farmers laid from 930 to according to the type of Iowa corn ex. changed at 25 cents per bushel will with cost Louisiana farmers about fifty cents per The freight rate on lumber Is per ton and on com 42 to 46 cents per 100 or approximately 25 cents per Fairmont Just Another to Estherville The High school bal scored another victory Friday afternoon and marched merrily on to complete their fourth consecutive season without a The latest victim was the Fairmont defeated 32 to 0 on lin The visitors were completely classed throughout the and the second run in early In the game threatened to score in the final The Fairmont aggregation hasn't won a game during the 1932 so the victory was not really a surprise to either Harry J. Earle of the Fairmont Dally Sentinel recognised the gets as an unusual aggregation in his sports column In the Sentinel He Estherville's right end went out In shoestring sleeper It was evident the ana were not going to be to ish as to pass with the fans players yelling It turned out to be a drive over Robb played a peach of a game at ter lor the Robb on kicks and running plays and Is a sweet all-around His play in the center line made the local fans wonder If It were so or were the Iowans really just that much The locals ESTHERVILLE - SNOWED UNDER TUESDAY Rain Turns to Sleet and Snow in Strip Across State GOVERNOR FRANKLIN SELLING OUT Assignee Offers the Stock at Low Prices The sale of the John Sandven stock of groceries and hardware is on In full Bargains by the hundred are offered to the buying public and it will pay to investigate The sale will continue until the entire stock is disposed of. AMONG BEST COLT RAISERS IN STATE Harlan Broadie and Glenn Hemphill of members in the Dickinson county colt club have received word from Harry field representative of the Iowa horse and mule breeders that they have been selected Iowa colt club members in 1932. Six other boys in the state have alto been selected as candidates for this The club members chosen will receive a free trip to the Chicago international livestock Harlan and Glenn have been selected because of the very credible snowing they have made In colt club The Dickinson county colt club Is one of the best colt clubs In the - In making the final selection the club complete record hi the past will be This will Include in school and community as well as the colt club In addition the club bera 1932 4-H colt club record book must be submitted with a story on What Horses Mean to Our Here at the present tabulation is need a lot of things but they lack 436 to 51 electoral votes with a plenty of blocking drills as it 1 the fans were ting Fairmont 19 pointe and laying in total popular vote of 2578,663. The confidence of the American people has been bestowed on a fine upstanding American of great ability and every fair ed American will be willing to as. sist him In his efforts in every way In congress there according ing to reports this evening a democratic Seven io senators were elected to office which added to the 31 already ed gives 38 for the new One Republican was There are now 30 congressmen which the democrats a majority of 36 are still In the house M democrats were elected 80 329 are still Hides Stolen Property in Catalogue A new plan for petty robberies has been suggested by Bert who chose a Sears Roebuck catalogue in an out house at the Harry Clark home to hide a and a gold watch which he stole from the Clark home The catalogue was thrown into the vault with the and watch In left the Clark home and was arrested Monday by Sheriff W O. while husking corn for John He plead guilty to charges of robbery and was taken by the sheriff to Fairmont their dough on to I guess the boys knew their REPORTED IN FIRST DAY WELFARE DRIVE Latest reports on the sise of the Welfare Fund donated the day of the Welfare estl mate the amount at 11700. Donations ranging from 11 to ISO came from Estherville's employed and it is expected that In number the subscriptions will equal the number last The were smaller but were given Thirty business men canvassed the business and a large number of housewives spent the day going from house to house ing Throughout the year more sub will be added to the list by those who wish to further aid In the relief Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tott and children and Mrs. father R. Davidson went to Spirit Late Sunday as dinner guests of the Misses Helen and Bather Davidson The dinner was given a birthday courtesy for Miss Patricia Who was along with President Hoover was snowed under on Starting at seven o'clock this morning the drizzling rain turned to snow and quickly had gained the proportions of a Temperatures did not fall to much below freezing but the sleet and drifting snow made travel almost The highway tween Armstrong and was obstructed part of the afternoon by cars oft the paving and only the direst necessity prompted the bravest drivers to make drives of any length after the noon to noon no snow had fallen at had only a flurry but from south highways were practically blocked for several Rain fell at Minneapolis all Monday night and over much of southern and central East of here there was no snow from Mason City to close to Swea there was much snow reported at Des Moines and Ft. CHARLES KRANZ PASSES ON FRI. Defeat Emmetsburg in 7-0 Game The Junior took the lead in the Hawkeye ference when the Wolves defeated the college eleven in a 7.0 tilt Saturday Everett Mauss made the when standing on the goal he got the ball which Emmetsburg fumbled and dashed over the line for the 6 He booted the place kick a moment The touchdown came late in the final quarter of the and ex. the second outplayed their Several times was within a short distance of the my line only to lose the ball on The local line played a fine Taylor at dne end twice threw Emmetsburg backs for a loss and at the other end caught a long pass from Farguson and put It on Emmetsburg's nine yard line This victory was Estherville's fourth in the with a tie slated against and gave the Wolves the lead in the conference Miss Hazel Burrell Is home from the Mankato Commercial college and Is assisting in the care of her Mrs. Arthur Wee who Is from a siege of the Mr. and Albert and son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Woodley and and Mrs. J. R Woodley of Arnolds Park spent Sunday with Mr. and Don BECKY THATCHER When that chief of the Black Avengers of the Span ish more commonly known to readers of Mark Twain as Tom indulged in moments of little Becky Tom's was the Thus the great American humorist immortalized a love of his own youth when little Sam Clemens courted Laura in Mo. Out of their own school days came much ol the similar material In The ter was a Mr. for whom Sam composed an elegant by and cross by Cross jumped an Irish Sam Clemens left Hannibal at the age of eighteen and Laura mar. and became Mrs. went to live at and ed at least one adventure that er got into a During the Civil war her an ern was forced into hiding from troops ed to capture and silence With woman's instinct for the right thing to Laura during her husband's absence invited the Union John McNeil to dinner and filled him full of southern cookery and Some time when her husband had been captured and condemned to she made a personal plea for his which was granted by her former SIXTEEN TBS. BUTTER STOLEN Robber Breaks in Hartford Produce Co. Sixteen pounds of butter and tween 60 cents and one dollar In pennies were stolen Friday night from the Hanford Produce company on South Sixth E. E. manager of the along with Deputy Sheriff Brown was unable to find fingerprints on the which was pried or on the glass The cartons which contained the butter were found in the north part of but no indications were found which might lead to the arrest of the The bulding was entered through the and the butter was taken from the back chickens which were in the room were not Mrs. Alex Johnston and M M. Knapp went to Moines on Thursday with Miss Marie returning Supt. J. S. W. A. and Vance HUllard attended the convention in Des Moines and Mrs. Howard son Howard Jr. and daughter Donna Marie of the weak end visiting at the W. A. Was Valued Employe of City Many Years Outcome of State Is Stul Democrats Ahead Clyde Herring V. S. SENATOR Charles P. 56, passed away Friday afternoon at the where he was 1U for the past Mr. an plee at the city power has lived In for many years and has been employed by the city as an electrician for some Funeral services were held Monday under the direction of the Rev. A. G. Mr. Krantz is survived by his wife and four Glenn and ST. JOSEPH'S AT MILFORD TO BURN CORN THIS YEAR Entire Ticket is 3,000 Ahead in 600 Anyone's Race With Democrats Slight Coming in Slowly Following the general national upset from Republicans to Iowa voters fell in line by gl the Democratic ticket a sub. stantial lead from governor on do wn through and into the district in early Of the two Democratic candidates for county off Ed was leading his ent E. O. Holgason by more than 100, at two o'clock Wednesday of carried by a majority of to 1131 over Lloyd with some precincts still not SELLS POLAND CHINAS ON NOV. 10 O. R. Gardner and Son arc having a boar and gilt November 10, 51 head of their choice Spotted and Bluck land The sale will be held at their farm one-half mile cast and one and one quarter miles north of AT CONVENTION Louis Murphy CONGRESSMAN Due to the extreme low price of the directors of St. Joseph's school at Milford have decided to a certain amount of corn this They figure that even at 15 cents a bushel corn would be as cheap as Also that by burning some of the surplus that some effect might be felt on the price of this year's Basketball Opens at Emmet Nov. 11th The athletes of North Superior high school wll furnish the opposition for the Emmet and teams in the latter's initial contests this The games will be held at Emmet Consolidated Friday 8:00 P. M. The Emmet boys will have Peterson and Weir from last season's While the girls bf the consolidated school are looking forward to a successful year with all of the regulars of last season The girls who received letters lats year are Esther Florence Averll Deloris Myrtle and Alice Emmet's schedule Is given Nov. 11. North Superior and Nov. 22. Maple Hill and Dec. 2 Haifa and Creamery Men Meet Mason City at Jan Jan. Jan 13. Superior 20. Haifa and Superior Hill and tournament 27. North and Feb. 3. Maple Feb. 10. Feb. 17-18, County tournament at Feb. 24-25. County at Waterloo's Unemployment Relief with 130 men at picked 20,000 bushels of corn In county during the two weeks following the origin of the plan Oct 13. The men live in two food la dispensed from a central com. they furnish tlon for the Payment Is In corn for use In making cornmeal for the approximately 3,025 pounds for 1,000 bushels Ben P. Allgood of Waterloo is director of the STATE G. W. Patterson HOSSACK GETS VERDICT FOR IN SUIT Ivan J. cf formerly of was awarded a verdict allowing him damages against Dr. O. Green of Spencer late Thursday Hossack sued for damages us the result of an that occurred July 29, 1932, at the dance pavilion on Lake owner of the dance place was alleged to have struck Hossack a number of times out provocation and to have ed him to be falsely jailed and later withdrawing a charge of disorderly conduct placed Green claimed that Hossack was struck at using vile language and provoked the The Jury returned the verdict ter three hours of A number of employees of the cooperative creamery returned Friday from Mason City where they attended a national convention of The technical phases of and methods of improvement were discussed by various Statistics in regard to production of milk and butter were along with price Minnesota was the high state in average score and the two sweepstakes winners were from Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jonnston attended the meeting Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carlson and Miss Lois Inman attended the final session Hold Joint Meeting With Ft. Dodge House The Grocer company entertained salesmen and members of the office force of the Port Dodge Grocery company at a Joint sales meeting held here The meeting began at 10 m. and continued until 3 p. m. Representatives for and other products ed the Plan to help the retailer were discussed and the problems of the two firms Thirty-five men were present and the visitors were entertained by the local FORGET-ME-NOT SALE FOR VETERANS Ever mindful of the sacrifice of those who went to the aid of oui nation in the World we have a deep feeling of to those who suffered wounds and Injuries which they must cary through Not only did those men answer the call ol our state and nation in time of but they still carry on In that same spirit of in honor of the disabled the Service Star Legion has des November 11 and 12 as We sincerely hope the people of Emmet county and vicinity may take cognizance of those men and their services to our The Service Star Legion Is following tiie custom of selling on Armistice and this year the need being greater the we have decided on two Nov. 11 and 12 and It Is urged the public be as generous as The proceeds go to the disabled veterans of the World MRS. H. H. Pub. Com. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Maine and children and Mrs. Thomas Doyle spent the week end in lis visiting with Mr. and Mrs. tus A total of 3,121 children in O'Brien county have received the first tn a campaign for diphtheria Immunisation in which the O'Brien County Medical association Is with the Iowa Tuberculosis association and the Red Emmet county remained true to all other Republicans on the ticket with the exception of With partial reports from 12 of the 1G precincts Turner carries Emmet county by 800 to 780 for Field is ahead of Murphy in this county 1347 to 1101. In the other state voters here gave publican candidates an almost 2 to 1 including congressman over the Reports from over the state are as a whole very scattered and slow in coming In. An 8,000 lead Is conceded to the This Is true of the with Herring loading Murphy Is ahead of Field by about the same and the other Republican running short from 3,000 to 8,000. Auxiliary Meeting held Monday evening forty-seven members were The lar business routine was ed at the beginning after which the following ten members were in. Mrs. Melvin Mrs. Francis Mrs. Mrs. Bert Mrs. Ray Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Ernest Mrs. Ted Mrs. Brink and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Fred Sternberg and Miss Lillian Davis are new members but were unable to be Mrs. Harold gave a report on the Eighth district meeting which was held In Ft. Dodge Nov. 1. She stressed the need of the Auxiliary with the Legion In their safety Cards were played and Mrs. N. R. Ellsworth won the araw The committee In charge of the so. cial feature of the evening was Mrs. Harry chairman with Mesdames W. C. Irving Ray J. H. and Matt Donovan assisting GOOD TIME TO BUY HORSES Des Nov. 7.-Farmers who will need additional horses for farm power next spring can well afford to consider the purchase of such animals at fall according to Carl N. assistant secretary of highest market for horses usually comes during the spring Just spring work declared Mr. horses sold higher than any other type of livestock and the present shortage indicates that a similar condition is likely to exist next farmers will find that the purchase of two and three year old which are often sold at bargain prices at fall will make a good Investment by next This is particularly true of mers who can break such horses for J. U. G. CLUB OF EMMET SHIP GIVES FINE PROGRAM The J. U. G. 4-H girls club oi Emmet township gave a very good program at the Emmet Consolidated school on Friday No. vember 4. The auditorium was well and the girls were well with the The pro. gram Included the Music Act Play Cast of Characters Linda Leo Grampa Ramsey Anna Schaper Church Allen Truesdell Jim Moorhead Irwin Miller Mrs. Ellis Mr. Stevens Logue Let Me Call You Quartet Sparking Peggy Jane Ivadell Leo Kittenish and Lena Schaper Music Peterson Act Play Mrs. O'Brien Judge O'Brien Schaper Annie Shultz of the closed Savings Bank received 100 per cent on their deposit claims plus 4 per cent The Initial payment made after the bank closed Jan. 19, 1�32, was 85 per cent. The last payment was 15 per cent.