The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 12
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March 4, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE WILL GATHER AT KANAWHA North Iowa Experimental , Association to Meet March Dr. '" KANAWHA--Plans "are being .completed for the annual, meeting, of Iowa's largest co-operative agricultural experiment organization--the Northern Iowa ' Experiment association, at Kanawha, March 11.' Agronomists and plant . pathologisfs from the Iowa State college extension service and experiment station at Ames will take a prominent part in the pro- 'gram. · . Among those who will attend the annual session are Dr. I. E. Melhus, head of the Iowa State ; college botany department; Dr. R. ' H. Porter, head of the seed laboratory, and Dr. W. F. Buckholtz and Dr. Charles S. Reddy, experiment station botanists. These men have been closely associated with the activities of the Kanawha experiment association, to which ' approximately 500 farmers belong. ' At the Kanawha meeting results of 1936 experiments conducted .on. the experimental farm under the supervision of Iowa · State college specialists will he discussed and analyzed. Plans for -new experiments to be started this year will be -explained. 'Association business matters will be discussed by the board of directors and stockholders. : A special feature of the meet, ing ,vill be a report on the new seed cleaning and treating equipment installed in the seed and service building. Wallace Darrah, president of the Northern Iowa Experiment association will be in- charge of the meeting. ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE Towle, Early North Iowa Resident, Dies; Funeral at Ackley ACKLEY--Funeral services for Benson Towle, 82, who died of infirmities of age at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. L. Wright, were conducted Thursday afternoon at the home and at the Christian church at Hampton by the Rev. F. W. Wendland, pastor of the First. Evangelical church at Acfc- - ley, assisted by the Hev. C. S. Kleckner of the Christian church at Hampton. Interment was in the cemetery at Hampton. : Mr. · Towle was born June 4, 1854, near Rosewood Somerset, Maine, and in 1857 came to Cottage Grove, Wis., with his parents where the family lived 10 years when they moved to Franklin county, homesteading south of the present site of-Hampton. Here Mr. Towle. received his education in the public school and later learned the trade of sheet metal worker which he followed for some years later. He was married to Margaret Ann Jones, making their home near Hampton. Later they moved to Emrnets- - burg where they resided 11 years when they returned to Franklin county and lived on a farm west of Geneva until the death of Mrs. Towle in 1932. Since then Mr. Towle made his home with his c h i l d r e n . Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. H. L. Wright of Ackley and Mrs. Edward Garner ot International Falls, Minn.; four sons, Lee B. Towle, Ray E. Towle arid Harry L. Towle of-Hampton, and Arthur C. Towle of International Falls, Minn.; one brother of Ottawa, Kans., 26 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Allison Will Vote on Iowa Public Franchise ALLISON -- A special election will be held April 2 on granting the Iowa Public Service company a 20 year franchise. If the election is favorable, Allison will install new street lights and do away with the lights in the middle of the intersections. DBS MOINES, W--Bills in the Iowa house and senate: Introduced -in Senate: S. F. 232--By Doran--Providing notice to mortgagee before tax deeds can be issued. S. F. 233--By Breen and others --Providing for organization and operation of community credit banks. S. F. 234--By Corwin--Making a $2,583 appropriation to Muscatine county and $950 to Louisa county for drainage work, S. F. 235--By Baldwin--Providing annual salaries for county boards of supervisors. S. F. 236--By Murray--Relating to. county domestic animal funds. S. F. 237--By printing committee-- Appropriating $30,000 to meet a state printing fund deficiency. S. F. 238--By Breen--Providing for licensing of plumbers by the state Health department. S. F. 238--By Bell of Denison-Legalizing and licensing "skill" type of slot machines. Introduced in Hie House: H. F. 273--By Brown--Placing 10 year statute of limitations on judgments transcribed to. district court from municipal court. H. F. 274--By Rice and Johnson o£ Hancock--Rewriting state beer law. H. F. 275--By Lookingbill--Providing that benefited property shall be assessed 25'per cent instead of 12".'per cent of cost of paving secondary roads. H. F. 276--By Keefe--Providing that school costs for children transferred from closed schools shall not be greater than original cost. H. F.' 277--By Latchaw and Blue--Requiring certificates to practice law and providing for injunctions restraining unauthorized persons from so doing. S. F. 278--By Latchaw and Hickenlooper--Providing for payment of bequests and legacies to minors or to parents or guardians when amount does not exceed 5200. H. F. 279--By Moore of Taylor --Providing that when property is sold at tax sale any suspended taxes shall be deducted from receipts. H. F. 280--By Moore of Taylor --Reducing to % of 1 per cent the monthly penalty on delinquent personal taxes. . H. F. 281--By committee on roads and highways--Halting voting of primary roads bonds until 1950 in any county which previously has authorized one or more bond issues. H. F. 282--By committee on roads and .highways--Allowing use o£ city bridge funds for construction, maintenance or repair of viaducts, or to acquire rights- of-way for such structures. H. F. 283--By Rice--Providing exemption- f r o m registration granted federal and other securities shall not apply when issue exceeds S25.000. H. F. 284--By Pine and Latchaw--Providing 52,583 state appropriation to pay Muscatine and Louisa county drainage districts for pumping water off state owned land. H. F. 285--By Johnson of Hancock--Compelling wholesalers of milk and cream to obtain license from state agriculture department. District Institute Is Held in Algona Church ALGONA--A district inter-denominational church institute was held at the Baptist church in Algona Wednesday with 60 registered delegates from Hancock, Emmet, Humboldt and Kossuth counties: O. B. Herbrecht of Des Moines presided. The address was given by Tom Foglesong of Muscatine.- The group separated into study groups which continued into the afternoon sessions. MASON CITY-GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 4 ·§ 1937 South Dakota Gets Blast Murder · Suspect Leave for Waterloo. DOUGHERTY -- Miss , Theresa Dougherty and Miss Ann Lalor left for Waterloo Monday for a short visit at the home of the Rev. E. J. Dougherty. All Paris Proclaims . Saucy Saucer Bretons All Paris is unanimous in featuring Rolled Bretons--they're youthful--lovely to look at-easy to wear in Straws and Pelts in your color and headsize. « Little Brown Church Pastor Is Recovered NASHUA -- The Rev. William Kent, who has been confined to his home lor the past six weeks by illness, has resumed his duties'as pastor, of the Little Brown church, which has been in charge of the Rev. J. Harold Fairiie. Mr. Kent received word that it is planned to show the church in the Iowa News Flashes, in a letter he received this week from Burton B. Jerrel, producer of the news reels, it was stated. Will Discuss Hobbies. . ACKLEY--The meeting of the P. T. A; will be held at 3:15 p. m. Monday in the music room.of the high school. The-minuet will be given'by four children Bunder the direction of Miss Luella Scurry. The topic, "Hobbies," divided into three parts will be presented: Hobbies for Girls, Mrs. Herman Holmes: Hobbies for boys, Mrs. S. Gay Roosevelt; Hobbies for the convalescent, Mrs. H. S. Lekwa. Henry T. Kramer will play several SENTENCED ON LIQUOR COUNT Hearing for Lake Mills Man Held in Court at Forest City. FOREST CITY--Judge Henry N. Graven of Greene held his first session of court in Forest City Tuesday afternoon. This is the first time he has been in Forest City since his appointment to the bench. Albert Larson, 45, of Lake Mills, entered a plea of guilty to a liquor charge and was sentenced to six months'in jail. The defendant was arrested at Lake Mills Saturday night by Sheriff J. F. Johnston, following a raid made 3y the sheriff on the hamburger shack operated by Larson. A quantity of alcohol was found by the sheriff and his deputies. A search was also made at the Otto Evenson farm home near Lake Mills where two gallon cans of alcohol were found hidden in a stove. Evenson will be given a hearing in justice court this week on the question of his being held to answer to the April grand jury. VIrs. Smith Named Head of P.E. 0. at Rockford ROCKFORD--Mrs. F. E. Trigg entertained ^chapter ED., P. E. O., at her home. The following officers were elected for the comipg year: President, Mrs. Jeanne Smith; vice president, Mrs. Ruth Jldson; recording secretary, Mrs. -.aura Dunkelberg; corresponding ecretary, Mrs. Lulu Zeran; treasurer, Mrs. Anna Wyatt;' chaplain, Mrs. Bessie Mitchell, and guard, Mrs. Mary Knight.- Mrs. Charles ""'ort, a member oE the Vinton hapter, was a special guest. Printzess Our Sprmg porode of Prirttzets fashions on! A+tendr.. »e« the new regal dress coats, sports and casual coats... KrKck- abouts ... Glamalures, Highland Shaggie fleeces. Or, if it's sorts you want, you'll find a festive array... man-tailored*, soft , top-coot suits, 3 piece wardrobe , suits .,. everything you could ask for... i in thrilling new versions. A regal collection... priced with great modesty. There's a treat for every taste here ... have the fun of seeing it first. Sizes for Misses and women-.4..., .. $16.95 lo $39.75 Exclusive With EXCLUSIVE WITH Dougherty 1st National to Pay Last Dividends DOUGHERTY--The final dividend checks for the First National bank of Dougherty will be delivered by th ereceiver from his office in the bank at Dougherty Thursday and Friday. The final dividend amounts to 12.9 per cent and will bring into this vicinity more than $20,000 in cash. It is necessary for all depositors to bring their receivers certificates with them and present them to the receiver before they can obtain their check. / Mrs. Prewitt Forest City P. E. 0. President FOREST CITY--At the annual meeting of the P. E. O. sisterhood, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. L. D. Prewitt; vice-president, Mrs. B. A. Steffen; recording secretary, Mrs. B. H. Jacobs; corresponding secretary, Mrs. O. N. Gjellefald; treasurer, Mrs. B. J. Perry; guard, Mrs. J. L. 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