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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 1936 48 COUNTIES CONSIDER RURAL ELECTRIFICATION PROJECTS f SEVERAL GIVEN U,S. APPROVAL Floyd and Wright Proposals " Are Amqng Those Now Submitted. AMES--A lively interest in rural electrification projects is being evidenced by farmers in 48 counties, results of a recent survey conducted among county agents reveals. Prof. Frank D. Paine of the general engineering department at Iowa State college, who has been conducting rural electrification work for the extension service, summarized the survey. Projects in Scott, Sioux, Webster and Adams counties have been approved by the rural electrification administration, s a i d Professor Paine. The projects include 265 miles of high lines for 900 farms in Scott county; 150 miles for 400 farms in Sioux county; 27 miles for "tO . farms in Webster county and 110 miles in Adams county. -Applications for projects in Monona, Crawford, Harrison, Shelby, Carroll, Cedar, Floyd, Wright, Buena Vista and Muscatine counties have been submitted to the REA. If all the projects are approved, about 2,000 miles of line would be constructed to supply 6,500 farms, said Professor Paine. This would increase the present total of farms supplied with electricity by 20 per cent, he said, and would bring- the total to about 38,500, about 18 per cent of all the farms in the state. John Pazour, Mayor of Marion, Seeking Office Clarion Wins Two and Belmond One First in Prelim Declam Contest BELMOND -- The preliminary state declamatory contest was held in the school auditorium with the following towns participating: Clarion, Dows, Rowan and Belmond. In the oratorical class, Russell Stark, Clarion, placed first; dramatic d i v i s i o n , Margaret Schummp, Clarion, first, and in the humorous class, Marian Elder of Belmond, first. Announces Candidacy for Iowa Railroad Commissioner. John H.' Pazour, mayor of Marion and actively identified with the American Legion in Iowa since its nception, has announced himself as a republican candidate for the state railway commission. Mr. Pazour, former fifth district Legion commander, has carried his post's colors in nearly ever national convention and has an unsurpassed acquaintance among service men of Iowa. His specific training in transportation work bottoms on 10 years of railroading following his World war service in the navy. Mr. Pazour was born at Savanna, 111., on Feb. 12, 1901. With his parents he moved to Marion at the age of 6 years and he has lived there ever since, with the exception of 18 months when he was in the World war. He served at Great Lakes Training station, at tie Newport, R. I., training station, at the radio* training school at Harvard university and, for about a year,. on the U. S. S. Pennsylvania, flagship of the U. S. fleet. After the war he was employed in a clerical capacity for the Milwaukee railroad. This job he held until 1928 when he was appointed as a state automobile inspector by Ed M. Smith, secretary of state. This position he held until Jan. 1, 1933. In April of that year he was elected mayor of Marion and he was reelected in 1935. He is engaged in the life insurance business. JOHN H. PAZOUK Move Near Hampton. 'POPEJQY -- Tne will Keeling family moved Wednesday on to a farm near Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Moore and family of Dows are getting settled on tie farm vacated by the Keelings. Clarion Pair Given Terms in Arkansas State Penitentiary FORT SMITH, Ark.. GTJ--Al- fred Whitworth, 35, of Clarion Iowa, was sentenced with Archie Rooks of Manhattan, Kans., to five years in the state penitentiary, and John Chapman, 19, of Clarion, to two years in the state reformatory on conviction on charges of importing: 30 head of alleged stolen sheep into Arkansas. For Rates If you want to know, the one-way, or round-trip Bus rate to Kansas City, St. Louis, New York, or other points . . . just Phone 97. Jefferson Transportation COMPANY BUS Depot at 16 First Street Southwest, Mason City Joe Cook Estate of Charles City Taxed DES MOINES, (ff)--The estate of Ebbe J. Hansen, Harlan, paid a $1,765 state inhceritance tax on a valuation of $65,393. Other estate tax payments were: Joe Cook, Charles City, $262 on $12,454; James Stippich, Polk City, $600 on ?7,874; Michael O'Connor, Scott county, $293 on $3,267, and Katie Varney, Dickens, $82 on $1,238. INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN DIAMONDS NOW Use Lepper's Credit Plan 61 Easy Terms and Payments Your Credit Is Good ·'Just Bring an Honest Face" The Lepper Jewelry Co. 10 First Street S. B. "A Safe Place to Trade" KANAWHAWINS2 FIRST RANKINGS Klemme" Speaker Gets Hig Rating in Declamatory Meet m Garner. GARNER--The first round of th state declamatory contest hel Wednesday night in the high schoo auditorium here placed LaVonn Sherwood, Klemme, first, and Mar jorie Perry, Garner, second in ora torical; Lorraine Nelson, Kanawha first, and Dolorys Cook, Klemme second in dramatic; Lyle Gangse Kanawha, first, and Marjori Wicks, Klemme, second in the hu morous division. Miss Myrtle Oul man, Clear Lake, was critic judge Hampton Takes Three 1st Places in State Prelim Declam Meet HAMPTON--Three first places were taken by Hampton in the pre- iminary round of the state declamatory contest here Wednesday evening. Winners were Clarence Brauer in the oratorical division, Betty Jennings in the dramatic and Martha Van Home in the humorous. Other schools entered were Sheffield and La timer. VIrs. Wortman Funeral Conducted at Lakota LAKOTA---Funeral services were leld Wednesday afternoon at the 'resbyterian church for Mrs. Julia Wortman, 65. The services were in charge of the Rev. O. H. Frerking, jastor of the church, assisted by the ·lev. Gerald Ukena of Jessup. She eaves two children, Irvin Wortman and Mrs. J. E. Ukena, both of this )lace, four grandchildren, two sis- :ers, Mrs. J. C. Randall of Glen- jura, N. Dak., Mrs. C. R. Lewis of :his place, two brothers, Philip R. Winter of Missoula, Mont., and C. A. Winter of this place, and many other relatives and friends. LIKE A HEALTHY BABY AFTER SRYSNfi AN HOUR FOR fir Cold motors ay for it... because they need high test for instant starting..; and the new Phillips 66 Poly Gas is higher test than evetplas the added heat units of the scientific POLYmerization process. It still costs nothing extra; so it's a greater value than ever. Gives flashier acceleration . . . peps up power... adds more mileage :;. all with minimized use of the choke. And this last means real cost- cutting in your gasoline bills. Try a tankful and check the savings yourself. Phill-up with Phillips for HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Honored at Shower. ROCK FALLS--The student bod; and school faculty held a shower in the school gym in honor of Mrs Leslie Dunton, who was former! Maxine Hutzell. Honored at Shower. CLARION--Miss Mabel Dunning whose marriage to Everett Wood ley will be March 22, was compll mented with a miscellaneous shower Wednesday night given by her sis ters, Mrs. Harold Dunning and the Misses Elva and Nettie Dunnin; Twenty-four guests were included in the party and at the conclusion of the games prizes were awarded to Mrs. John McDermott and Miss Mabel Dunning. Leaves for Iowa City. ROCK FALLS--Mary Jo Bahson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harolt Bahson, left for the University hos pital at Iowa City where she is to receive treatment. Entertain at Hotel. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Rohrbach entertained a number of guests at dinner at Hotel Moore Wednesday night. At the contrac 1 game, high score iwards were pre sented to Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sam son. The honor prize was won bj Dr. T. T. Roosevelt. Named at Rock Falls. ROCK FALLS--Robert Craw was elected school director for the town district and Glen Calvert was elect ed director at large. Wins Spelling Contest. CRYSTAL LAKE -- The annua spelling contest was held Wednes day at the Crystal L ake consolidat ed school. Merle Voiding, a seventh grade student, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voiding, was the win ner and will represent the schoo at the county spelling contest a' Garner. Marie Dusenberg is thi teacher. Are Parents of Son. CLARKSVILLE--The fourth son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cadam Wednesday night. Farm Changes Reported. SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olgenbruns and family moved to the Rich farm near Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rice of Clear Lake will move on the farm vacated by Olgenbruns. The Herman Roser family has moved in rooms in the Margaret Mann home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mullen, south of town, have gone to a house near Dougherty. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bramsen will farm the place vacated by Mullen, known as the Winters farm. Plan Birthday Party. IOWA FALLS region Auxiliary The American sponsor a birthday party here, Tuesday eve- ing, March 'ounding of 17, the honor of the order in Paris, France, during March of 1919. The ocal auxiliary will also sponsor a :roop of Girl Scouts for east side iris. Leave for Elgin. BUFFALO CENTER--Ben Swanson, local butternwKer, left Thursday for Elgin, 111., to visit a brother, who is ill. Move From Hanlontown. WHEELERWOOD -- The Elmer De Witt family moved into the Wheelerwood community again from Hanlontown to the Snell farm east of Wheelerwood. Transferred to Waterloo. SWALEDALE -- Deo Mulligan, who has been employed in Montgomery Ward company store in Oelwein, has been transferred to Waterloo where he is manager of the clothing department. Return From Bancroft. LEDYARD--Mrs. Burton Johnson and baby son returned home 'rora the Bancroft hospital last [·hursday. Candidacy Is Announced. GOLDFIELD--Harlan L. Larson, attorney of this city, announced his candidacy for the legislature from ffright county. Mr. Larson has been iracticing law here since graduat- ng from Drake university in 1933. Director to Be Appointed. WHEELERWOOD--At the Wheel- irwood school no election was held .s there were not enough present to hold election for director, so a di- ector will be appointed by the chool board. At the Mill school, Shorty" Dickson was elected to ucceed J. Maassen, who had been irector for the past two years. Defeat Women Opponents. GOODELL -- The two new di- ectors, Lawrence Smith and Elmer Qenenberger, will assume their potions on the local school board. | hey defeated two women oppo- ents by a large majority, Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS --Mr. and Mrs. .Ibin Levorson are parents of a on. They reside east of town. 70 at O. E. S. Dinner. GARNER -- Seventy attended a inner given by the members of Eastern Star lodge at the lasonic hall Wednesday night. A chool of instruction in the after- oon was in charge of Mrs. Earl luegal, district supervisor of harles City. Husbands of lodge .embers were guests at the dinner. Operates Chick Hatchery. BUFFALO CENTER--Harry Jor- ahl rented space in the Robert hiele cream station and is oper- ting a chick hatchery. Entertain at Bridge. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lofer entertained at a bridge party onoring- the teachers. High prizes ere won by Wayne Wescnberg and ster, Eunice. Surprised on Birlhday. JOICE---A number of friends sur- rised Mrs. George Abraham at her ome Wednesday evening on her rthday. The evening was spent social entertainment. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! Construction was begun this week on the new $38,000 three story mechanical engineering laboratory building to be completed next June at Iowa State college. Return From Rochester. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer returned from Rochester, where Mr. Dittmer underwent a sinus operation. Plan Card Party. CLARKSVILLE--The American Legion and auxiliary will celebrate their birthday anniversary at a public St. Patrick's card party at the I. O. O. F. hall Monday night March 16. Proceeds will be turned in on some local community project to be decided upon later. Directors Are Named. POPEJOY--Following are Oakland township school directors elected Monday: District No. 1 Andrew Christensen; No. 2, Ear Russell; No. 3. Bert Bertilson; No 4, no school; No. 5, Ed Anderson; No. 6, Dewey Peterson; No. 7, Free Oler; No. 8, H. .A. Pcet; No. " Henry Grupe. The above named group makes up the Popejoy high school board. Edwin Sunde III. RAKE--Edwin Sunde has been confined to his bed since Monday with a serious case of throat infection. Honored at Shower. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Knut Meland was honored at a post-nuptia shower held at the Salem church parlors. Mrs. Meland before her marriage was Miss Myrtle Anderson. Entertain W. C. T. U. OTRANTO--Mrs. Arthur Dockstader was hostess to the W. C. T U. Thursday afternoon at her home. The attendance was small due to the inclement weather. Anniversaries Arc Noted. RUDD -- The wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Witzel of Rudd was Wednesday. This was also the wedding- date of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Witzel, of Madison, Wis. Mrs. Witzel's father and mother, Mr." and Mrs. Otto Mueller, now dead, were also married on that date. Move to Wisconsin. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Forest Wickham moved to Spooner, Wis., where-he will farm near his mother, Mrs. Lawrence Wickham. His father, Dan Wickham and wife will move to their farm here and Garfield Reed and family will occupy the Dan Wickham place. Return to Union. CHAPIN --Mr. and Mrs. Ben Behrns of Union spent Wednesday at the Charles and Walter Kammrad home. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Behrris' mother Mrs Charles Kammrad. In Iowa City Hospital. MANLY--Mrs. Anna Howe, who was taken ot the Iowa State hospital at Iowa City last week is reported as being in a still unfavorable condition. Mrs. Irvin Foster of Mason City and Jack Beaver of Mobridge, N. Dak.,-children of Mrs. Howe, arrived back in Manly the first of this week after accompany- 1 -- their mother. Large Crowd at Play. RIDGEWAY--A leap year play, "Everybody's Getting Married" was presented by home talent before a large audience at the community hall Tuesday evening. This play was sponsored by the local P. T. A. and was staged under the direction of Miss Geraldine Peterson, local teach- Fined on Battery Charge. NEW HAMPTON--Sam Leitch pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and battery in justice court nere. He was fined So and costs by r. E. Sherwood, justice of the peace. Charges were filed by Charles Mor- ·an of Fredericksburg. Set Easter Vacation Dates. IOWA CITY--The University of Iowa 1936 Easter recess has been set at 5!4 days, longer than most of the recent ones. The university will close Wednesday, April 8, at noon and classes will not reconvene un:il Tuesday. April 14, at S a. m. Submits to Operation. CHAPIN--Earl Froning is a pa- ient at the Hampton hospital where .e was operated on for appendicitis Tuesday. Works iu Ohio. CLARKSVILLE--Susie Meyer, who has been office girl and stenographer in Attorney H. J. Carter's law office the past four years, has gone to Port Clinton. Ohio, to do clerical work in the Dr. Pool hospital. Visit in DCS Moines. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Conner are spending a few days visiting at the Clyde Connor home at Des Moines. Has Position in Missouri. OSAGE--Kathleen Casey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Casey, who completed her course at the University of Minnesota, has gone to Boonesville, Mo., where she has a position as laboratory technician in a clinic. She plans to return to Minneapolis, Minn., in June to be graduated with her class. Bloomquist is chairman. Return From California. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Jens- void returned Wednesday evening from Long Beach. Cal., where they have made their home during the winter months. Visitor From St. Louis. LELAND---Miss Margaret Buren, superintendent of Welfare work at St. Louis. Mo., arrived here Tuesday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Buien. ALBERT CORDES, 67, OSAGE, DIES Head of Farmers Mutual Was Prominent in Several Business Lines OSAGE--Albert Cordes, 67, prominent Osage businessman, died at his home here Thursday afternoon. He had been ill several weeks with heart trouble and Wednesday suffered a stroke. He was president of the Farmers Mutual Insurance company, secretary of the Fair association from 1931-1935, was a member of the board of supervisors for 15 years from 1904-191S, a director of the Osage Farmers National bank. He had been a prominent farmer and still owned several farms in this county. He and E. K. Evans own three big buildings on Main street. He has been a member of the city council. Surviving are his widow and three daughters, Mrs. Bert Pascal, Dorothy, at home, and Ruth, a student at Gates business college in Waterloo. Ole Brendan Funeral Held at Fertile; Son and Widow Survive FERTILE--Funeral services for Ole Brenden, 68, were held Thursday at the Lutheran church of which he was a member. The Rev. H. E. Oakland officiated. The high school glee club sang two songs and a duet was presented by Mrs. Norman Oswald and Ruth Myhre. Mr. Brcnden was born Nov. 16, 1867, at Blancnardville, Wis. He died at his home in Fertile March 9. As a young- man Mr. Brenden moved from Wisconsin to Osage. He was married to Etta Grove of Fertile May 24, JS96. They made their acme at Rock Creek, near Osage, several years, then moved to Dexter, Minn., and lived there until 1913 when they moved back to Fertile. Mr. Brenden leaves his wife and one son, Arthur, of Fertile, and two grandchildren, Frances Mae and Lavone Brenden; six sisters, Mrs. Julian Skogen, Mrs. Nettie Anderson, Mrs. Ed Christenson, all of Osage; Mrs. John Johnson of Cedar Falls, Mrs. Knut Rothe of Stoughton, Wis., and Mrs. Morris Mandahl of White Rock. S..Dak., and two brothers, Christ of Osage and Henry of North Dakota. Glarksville Woman's Rites to Be Saturday CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. Alice B. Thompson, 77. resident here since 1911, died at her home on Superior street cast Wednesday evening om an attack of heart disease. Funeral services will be at the Community church at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon and burial in Lyn- wo'od cemetery beside her husband. Services will be conducted by the Rev. R. B. Fisher. Surviving are her brothers, C. C. Bliss of Clarksville and Edward Bliss of Warrensburg, Mo.,. who arrived Wednesday. Rites of Coad, Hampton, to Be Held on Saturday HAMPTON--Wesley B. Coad, 35, Hampton, died Wednesday afternoon at the state hospital at Independence. He was born at Warren, 111., in 1901 and came to Hampton 15 years ago. In 1923 he was married to Letha Jones of Hampton, who survives. Also surviving are ;wo brothers, George of Ainsworth, Nebr., and Stanley of Apple River, [11. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the Church of Christ with the Rev. C. S. ·Cleckner, pastor in charge and burial will be at Hampton. THESE FACTS ABOUT BRAN HAVE BEEN PROVED BY TESTS Supplies Gently Acting "Bulk" to Aid Regular Habits Now and then, in talking with your friends, the subject of bran has come up. So that real facts might .replace unsupported opinions, the Kellogg Company has aided for some years research in leading nutrition laboratories. Studies made on a group of, healthy women showed that two teblespoonfuls of bran daily continued to relieve constipation* over a period of months. How different from cathartics--where dosage often must be increased. Another series of tests on men indicated that, with some people, thei "bulk" in bran was much more effective than that found in fruits) and vegetables. Further tests showed that Kellogg's ALL-BKAN provided vitamin B and iron as well as "bulk." This "bulk" absorbs moisture, and gently exercises and cleanses tha system -- the right way to correct constipation. Serve Alt-BnAN regularly for regularity. Either as a cereal, with milk or cream, or in cooked dishes. It is a natural laxative food. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. I 'Constipation due to insufficient "bulk," Sabm Nominated for 9th Term as Mayor of Northwood by Caucus NORTHWOOD--Mayor E. M. Sabin was nominated for that office for his ninth consecutive term at a joint citizens caucus held Thursday night and called by the republican and democratic" precinct chairmen. Nominations for councilmen were E. N. Klove, C. H. Madson. R. G. Mei- lem, C. A. Walker and E. J. Holstad. C. L. Bolcndcr was nominated for treasurer and E J. McQuatters for assessor. TEAM FINDS NO, 63 IS BLOCKED U. of Iowa Swimmers Go on From New Hampton by Railroad. NEW HAMPTON--University of Iowa swimming team .bought 15 round trip tickets to Minneapolis Thursday afternoon when they found highway 63 blocked north of here. A train waited while A. W. Cowles. Great Western agent, wrote up tickets for which he collected 575.45. The team was enroute to the Big Ten swimming meet. 3EMMETSBURG SPEAKERS WIN Capture First Place Ranks in Declamatory Meet at Mallard. EMMETSBURG -- Emmetsburg high school contestants won three first places to capture major honors in the first round of the state declamatory contest held at Mallard. Wednesday night, school officials announced here. Ellen Newell, Margaret McNulty and Robert Hughes, local entries, won first in oratorical, dramatic and humorous classes, respectively. Towns of Havelock, Mallard and Emmetsburg were represented. John Henn Farm Home Near Goodell Burned; But Little Is Saved GOODELL--The farm home o£ John Henn burned down Wednesday night. Only a small amount o£ the household goods was saved. Visit in Moravia. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Roberts have gone to Moravia to visit Mr. Roberts' parents. that you ladies will iove! $^99 Blonde, redhead or brunette..* you'll look your best in navy blue! Young, fresh and flattering .. iit's fashion's favorite color for Spring! We're all steamed up about these dresses and you will be, tool Jacket and one-:piece . styles in taffetas, crepes, sheersl Sizes from 12 to 20. Merkel's Economy Basement Sketched from stock FLOUR SACKS, 10 for $1 Laundered, free from print, ready to u,se, 98 pound size. Wash Ciofhs Dozen 49c Large size. Special for Saturday only! Check Gingham, Yd. 29c Red and white or green and white one-half inch checks. 36 inch width. SLYMFORM SLIPS, $1 Of lovely material, the four gore alternating bias cut makes it fit exceptionally well. Will not sag, bulge, twist or ride up. The seams are flat sewn for longer wear. Tailored and lace trimmed. In white and tea rose. Men's Sox Pair 25c Stanswear men's sox are of excellent quality, long wearing and the new patterns are very smart. M K M Hose, Pair 59c 3 pairs $1.69 Full fashioned stockings in service or chiffon weights. Try them and see what wonderful values they are! Brassieres, 29c New lace and crepe brassieres that look like twice this price. Merkd's Economy Basement

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