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EIGHT .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 · 1937 OFFICERS HUNT GLAIR GIBSON, CHARGED WITH MURDER 3 l 35 I* i \t '. 3 I i h ' IDENTITY OF 2ND BANDIT IS MADE Early Arrest of Third in Zrostlik Slaying Is , Anticipated. ., · GARNER--A first degree murder charge was filed Saturday against Clair Gibson,- 31, in the .miirder of James Zrostlik and his arrest in the near future was predicted by authorities. Two have been connected with the murder, an_d the prosecution of Gibson will bring.the slaying case to a close, it was said. ; Charges against Gibson were filed by County Attorney W. p. Daly, who just returned from Milbank, S. Dak., in company with Sheriff L. M. Brower and Eppo Gremmer. Sr., and his son, Eppo, Jr., of near Woden. The two Gremmers identified positively the exhumed body of Robert Markword, 39, as one of the three bandits who terrorized the Gremmer family, after slaying Zrostlik. The Hancock county group made a fast trip to Milbank, 800 miles, in record time Friday. ; Identification of Markword was "made 'by' comparison of fingerprints, scars and by a cowgirl tatooed on the arm of the man. It was known Markword 'bore a similar tatooed figure. . Iowa state agents made the trip to examine the body, descriptions of which led them to believe it was that of Markword--one o£ three members of the Thomas J. Runyon'bank robbery gang.which allegedly shot down Zrostlik on an Iowa highway -18 months ago. Officers had been tracing Mark- wbrd since last July. At the time he was buried, his identity had not been established. Zrostlik'.was slain while enroute to\early rria'ss with his family Nov. 2, '1935, near Duncan. He stopped his car to offer aid to occupants of another wrecked car. They seized his car. .When he protested, he was shot arid hurled.into a roadside ditch. · · Thomas Hunyon, recently captured in Wichita, Kans.,-was sen r tenced last week to life imprisonment in Iowa penitentiary on pleading guilty to second degree murder charges. Citizen's Ticket for Rudd Election Filed RUDD--The Citizens' -. ticket, with the following nominations, is the "first in the field for the town election to be held Monday, March 29: Mayor, R. L. Pace, assessor, H. E. Schradef; treasurer, W. G. Willett; councilmen, ' D. W. Ervay, Louis Clay, Dr. H. A. Dpckstader, Robert Phillip arid B. E. Hansen. Fred Muller acted as chairman and H. O. Braham as the secretary of the caucus Thursday evening in the town hall.-' Pastor and Wife Are Honored at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS--The Rev. and Mrs. O. R. Sletten were surprised at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mr. Sletten was honored because he was returning to preaching duties after a 6 weeks' absence due to illness and it was Mrs. Sletten's birthday. An appropriate -program was given which included several talks and music. They were presented with a gift. Body Identified Robert Markword's'bofly was exhumed at Milbank, S. Dak., and Identified as one of the slayers of James Zrostlik, Brilt farmer. Thomas Runyon has been sentenced for his part in the. murder and the third bandit, Clair Gibson, Is being sought. · · · . JURY AWARDS TWO CLAIMS Controversy a t C l a r i o n Between Brothers on Father's Note. CLARION---After - deliberating 17 hours, a -jury of four womer and eight men returned a verdid Friday awarding the plaintiff, Free Suntken, the sum of $2,775.76. :The jury awarded his brother, Enno Suntken, the defendant, 1,473 in a counter claim filed,by the defendant. The controversy arose over a note left by the father, now dead The "defendant had offered, before the rase opened, to allow judgment to enter against him in the sum oc $1,250 and costs, which the plaintiff refused. FINDS $40 AFTER SNOW IS MELTED EMMETSBUHG--Last November, IX J. Carroll, farmer 5 miles west r.f Emmetsburg, lost a wallet containing $40 in cash as he 1 rode horseback to a neighboring farm After a fruitless search,. Carrol advertised his loss and offered a reward for the money's recovery but no one responded. Snowplows operated on the road during the winter months, dimming the Emmetsburg farmer's hopes of locating the wallet. This week, Carroll's daughter, Ruth, found the wallet and money intact on the highway between the two farms where the winter's snow had melted. Bricelyn Canning Group Plans Annual Gathering BRICELYN, Minn.--The annual stockholders' meeting of the Bricelyn Co-operative Canning association will be held in the village hall Saturday, March 20, at 2 p. m. for the purpose of electing three directors and to act on other business which may come before the meeting. DAD AND MOTHER . . . t o come in and talk over home- financing problems with us. Perhaps it's time, to consider o new home so the older children can have more privacy and room to entertain. The Insured Mortgage System of the Federal Housing Administration presents a practical, convenient way to build or buy a home--with monthly payments suited to your income. We'll . be glad to explain oil tha details to you. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA . ·· MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION :-: HERE ,4M THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Return From Kansas. DOUGHERTY -- Miss Kathleen Adams returned home Wednesday Efom Marysville, Kans., for a week's' visit at the. home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Adams. Name Given to Son. LYLE,:Minn. -- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rawn are parents on an 814 pound boy, born Feb. 6. This is the first child arid has been named Lewis .-Junior.'.-.-' : Submits to Operation. . LYLE, Mirin.--Arnold Enersbn ~was' taken to St. - Olaf hospital, Austin, where he submitted to an operation: for appendicitis. Mrs. Pforr Hostess. . WHEELERWOOD--Mrs. Elmer Pforr entertained the members ol the. Busy Bee club Wednesday. This is the . first meeting since January.; Mrs. Henry Tuche, who moved from the community on March ,1, was a guest. Are Parents o£ Son. FAULKNER -- Mr.. and Mrs. H enry Abbas .are p ar ents of a son born March 5. . . · Now Lives Near Blanly. WHEELERWOOD -- The Elmer De Witte Family,, who have been living east of Wheelerwood for the past year, moved to a farm 3 miles south of/'Manly just east of the pavement. Music Study Held. FAULKNER--The home project club members met at the home of Mrs. Fred Dentel for special work in the year's music study which -was conducted ' by Miss Mabel Dentel, township .music chairman. Will Rcoccupy Home. LIME SPRINGS -- Mrs. C. E. Anderson will reoccupy her home March 15 and Mr. and Mrs.' Beghtol, who have been renting it, will move to the rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Truman. Hostess to Club/ GARNER ~ Mrs. Harold V. Clark' of Bancroft was here Thursday and was hostess to the members of the Bid and Bye club, in the home of Mrs. Frank Clark. Mrs. W. D. Daly won high and Mrs. 1 Belle Quintus average prize at bridge. 'Mrs. Devine of Bancroft and Mrs. Charles F. Merten were guests. Mrs. Frank W. Zciger was hostess to the members of the Dorothy club in her home Thursday afternoon. Leave for Missouri. DOUGHERTY--Mrs. John Mullen and daughter, Miss Ramona Mullen, left for Excelsior Springs, Mo.," -Wedhesdayi.where they: will spend two weeks;.' Return From Florida. THORNTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zieman. and son, Leland, of Thornton returned Thursday from Florida, where they have been spending the last two months visiting various points of interest along both coasts. They returned by way of Washington, D. C., where they spent several days, From Grand Eapids. MESERVEY -- Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wilier are here from Grand Rapids, Mich., called by the serious illness of Mr. Willer's mother, Mrs. Margaret Wilier. Visitor From Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--The Hev. G. O. Olson of Minneapolis, formerly of this place, is a visitor here, · LeaVes for Garden Grove. RAKE -- Otto w: Sheldon left for Garden Grove Friday, where he was called to the bedside o£ his brother, James A. Sheldon, who is scriousty ill. Leaves for Pella. CALMAR -- Emil Buck left Thursday morning for Pella where he will be employed for a few weeks. · ' Home From Florida, LAKOTA--IT. A. Dreesman returned home from Florida, where he had spent several weeks. Plan Street Sale. BRICELYN, Minn.--A community street sale will be held in Bricelyn on Saturday, March 20. It will be held west of the' Farmers' elevator and north of the cannins, factory. The selling will begin ai 12:30 p. m. Articles to be sold must be listed with H. O. Gjere. Attend District Convention. POPEJOY -- The Rev. Miriam Hotchkiss and Mrs. Hettie Hotchkiss attended a district convention at Fort Dodge Thursday. Lesson Given on Ireland. CLARION -- Nineteen members and four guests of the Amiga circle were present at the home of Mrs. W. F. 'Smith Thursday.'Mrs G. J. Mack, associate hostess, presented an article on Ireland from the National Geographic magazine. Mrs. J. Worth Miller was winner of a contest of Irish melodies and pictures. Guests From Thornton. MESERVEY--There was a good attendance at the Music Mothers silver tea at the high school gymnasium, Thursday afternoon. Several women from Thornton were ; present. Van Horn Pastor Present. MESERVEY--Special meetings I were held in the Evangelica church this week. The Hev. Mr Davis-of Van Horn is assisting the Rov. Mr. Qrth. Are Parents of Son. LAKOTA--Dr. and Mrs. Geilenfeld are parents of a son, born to them at the hospital at Buffali Center. Return to Marshalltown. STILSON--The Rev. and Mrs N. J. Boston and son drove up from Marshalltown · Thursday ti visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Richardson. They returnee home the same day, and her sis ter. Miss Eva Richardson, wen I with them for a two or thrci I weeks' visit. Total numbers of all Iowa cat- le were estimated at 4,335,000 lead or a. reduction of 7 per cent rbrn 4,661,000 head'on farms a fear ago. Milk cow numbers at ,502,000 head were only .2 per ent below the previous year, but he number of calves and heifers vas reduced more. Cattle on grain eed for market were 25 per cent ess than last year. This reduction n feeding cattle was very sharp in he western section of the state. The farm value of all cattle at 155,631,000 compares with $171 476,000 a yeah ago. Concert Sunday Evening. BURT--The Music Union of the 3urt high school will give a concert in.the high school auditorium "unday evening. The various mus- cal organizations will play the numbers they will play at the con- est at Plover March 13 and 20 Visitors From New York. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Frank ·linote and daughter Betty of Port lichmond, N. Y. are visiting at he. home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Houston. Mr. Hinote is a brother of Mrs. Houston. Prize Winners Named. MANLY--Mrs. S. S. Westly en- ertained at a bridge luncheon at ler home Thursday afternoon. Table prizes were won by Mrs. R. B. Spearing, Mrs. G. S. Westly and Mrs. Albert J. Enabnit. Home ^Emergency Operations. emergency Know Your. State A Daily Fact About loway DECORAH -- Two operations for appendicitis were performed this week at the Decorah hospital, Oscar Aspenson, jr., 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aspenson of Decorah, suffered a severe attack of appendicitis which required an emergency operation. Miss Edna Vikesland, 20 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vikesland of Canoe, was stricken suddenly while at home. Both patients are malting good progress. Demonstration Is Given. NORA SPRINGS--The W. C. T. J. met Thursday iifteroon at the home of Mrs. Lafe Hill. The lesson was on alcohol education, a term now used instead of scientific emperance instruction by the Women's Christian Temperance Jnion. A demonstration was given jy Miss Margaret Reafs and her 20 pupils in, the fifth grade. Leave for Los Angeles. " BURT -- The Royce Babcock family leaves Saturday for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will spend three or four weeks. Visits ai Oak Park. MANLY--Mrs. Clarence Gliden uts been visiting her daughter LaVerne and family at Oak Park, 111. Leaves for Iowa City. CARPENTER -- Mrs. Herman Brown who has been ill for some time, left Friday for Iowa City where she will enter the hospital. Visitors From Missouri. BRADFORD--Mrs. Odie Yoho of Sedalia, Mr., came Friday to spend the summer with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bullard. Plan Birthday Party. S W E A C I T Y -- T h e annual birthday party of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the Legion hall Tuesday evening. Ida Straubc Hostess. NORA SPRINGS -- Miss Ida Straube entertained the Priscilla club Friday afternoon at her home. Go to Sioux Falls. BURT -- Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. George Hanna, Lone Rock, and Alvin Hanna, Wolf Point, Mont., went to Sioux Falls, S, Dak., Saturday to spend the weekend at the Ben Hanna home. Hold Benefit Bridge. MANLY--Mrs. Grover Garrett helped Band Mothers funds by entertaining three tables of bridge Wednesday afternoon at a benefit bridge. Mrs. S. S. Westly and Mrs R. B. Spearing won prizes. Mothers who have recently entertained at surprise breakfasts are Mrs John Bodean, Mrs. Ed Turner Mrs. Ole. Garnass, Mrs. O. H Lichtenstein and Mrs. W. S. Ford The date for the amateur contes has not been set as entries are still coming in. Mrs. Knight Speaks. NORA SPRINGS -- The Harmony club met in the Methodis' church parlors Thursday for their annual guest day where they were served a banquet by the Calendar circle to 42 members and guests At 2;30 they went to the home o! Mrs. Frank Brunner where thej heard a talk on art by Mrs. Knigh of Rockford. Student Is 111. MANLY--Miss Lois Blattsspeil- er, who is home from I. S. T. C at Cedar Falls doing practice teaching at McKinley school a Mason City, is at the home of he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Blatt spoiler, nuitc ill with the f l u . On Way to Minneapolis. ST. ANSGAR--Jerry Olson o Roland, enroute to Minneapolis stopped for a visit here with hi friends, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jen sen. Arc !n .Minneapolis. OSAGE--Mrs. Walter Sheldon Mrs. Lester Ahrens. Mrs. Georg Schwennekcr and Mrs. R. O. Elef son scent Katurdav in M'nneanolis Bows Woman Gfcts Divorce. CLARION--Alice L. Meyer Dows was granted a divorce from Roman H. Meyer on charges cruel and inhuman treatment, b Judge H. E. Fry, Friday. Will' Enter Play. CARPENTER--Carpenter will end a one act play to.the Iowa lay production festival at Iowa ity, April 1, 2: and 3. The play "On Vengeance Height," a South aroltna mountain drama. This is he first time Carpenter has en- ered this contest. Unit to Fight Cancer. SWEA CITY--Mrs. R. M. ilinkl" was named chairman of he Swea City unit of the Amerian society for control of cancer, ''his project is sponsored by the ederated clubs of Kossuth coun- y. Inspect Two Warships. MANLY--Mrs. Ernest Martin, Kiss Margaret Martin and Mrs. "ernon Boutelle returned to Mani from a three weeks trip through he northwest. Two weeks were pent in Seattle, Wash., where Mrs. Martin's son, Robert, is, stationed t the Bremerton navy yards. They ccompanied him on a tour of the J. S. S. Mississippi and the U. S. S. jexington while there. Enroute ome they spent a week visiting elatives at Troy, Mont. Employed in Indiana. POPEJOY--Nelson Stanley has one to Lowell, Ind., where he is mployed in a large dairy. Enroute kelson visited his parents and ther relatives at Ingraham, 111. Are Parents of Son. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. L. C. rleifner are parents of a boy born o them Friday morning. They now ave two boys. Taken to Iowa City. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 51eich, accompanied by M r s. Jleich's father, Dr. Pierre Sartor, opk the Bleich baby, Johnette Juith, to the University hospital at owa City Friday morning for ex- mination and perhaps treatment, n the nature of muscular correc- n. Submits to Operation. LAKE MILLS--Martha Single- tad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed inglestad, was operated on for .ppendicitis Friday morning at the Cingland hospital. Plans to Retire. STACYVILLE -- Frank Steiger vill hold an auction sale at his arm west of town Friday, March 9 and plans to retire. Crushed Finger. A L G O N A -- Bernard Briggs' orefinger on his right hand was rushed Wednesday afternoon vhile he was helping his father, ohn Briggs, load iron on the Northwestern depot'platform from truck. Wil! Open Cresco Office. CRESCO--Cresco is to have a lew physician and surgeon, Dr. Nierlmg of Waukon, who expects to locate there in April. Return From Minneapolis. LAKOTA--Jerry Ukena, his son, aul, and his mother, Mrs. Ida Ukena, returned home from Minneapolis where they attended the uneral oE a relative. Street Sale Planned. JOICE--Local business men decided to have a street sale Saturday, March 27. Jack Robertson vill be auctioneer. Those wishing ':o enter articles for sale can lis :hem at any business place. This s the first street sale Joice has sponsored or several years. Free unch will be served by the businessmen. Ed Berry has been elected manager. Honored on Birthday. CALMAR--The Birthday club met on Thursday evening for a dinner at the home of Mrs. Will rlazelton in honoi- of her birthday. Bridge was the evening's enter- :ainment with high score going ;o Mrs. M. Hurlbut anud low score to Mrs. C. Nesvik. Tells of Boston. TITONKA--Mrs. Luther Miller was hostess to the Women's club a very interesting meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. C. 3all had charge of the lesson with the subject, "Boston Through Midwest Eyes." Mrs. Ball in addition o the subject matter gave first land information as she was reared in the east and has spent much time in. Boston: Following Mrs. a pa- MISSION GROUP PLANS MEETING 2 Day Session to Be at Swea City; Speakers Are Named. SWEA CITY--A district mission meeting will be held at the Immanuel Lutheran church Monday and Tuesday with the pastors o£ he northern district conducting .he services. Monday at 7:30 p. m. the Hev. ·Y. C. Eckeberg of Dayton and the Sev. D. V. Swanson of Gowrie will be in charge". On Tuesday at 11 a. m., the sermon will be by the Rev. 0. T. Srickson of Fort Dodge and at 2 X m. sermons will be presented by the Rev. C. A. Benander o£ Pomeroy, the Rev. S. F. Hammarlof of Manson, the Rev. E. J. Carlson of Fort Dodge, the Rev. B. T. Erholm of Mason City and the Rev. C. S. Srickson. SENTENCED TO SERVE 3 YEARS Lime Springs Man to Be Taken to Penitentiary in Fort Madison. CRESCO--Judge H. E. Taylor o£ Waukon, Thursday sentenced Giles Henry, 34, of Lime Springs, to an indeterminate term of not to exceed three years in the state penitentiary at Fort Madison on conviction of adultery. The woman in the case was bound over to the grand jury. Statehouse Highlights DES MOINES, (ff)--Already weary of days of argument and nights of political dickering, a number of Iowa lawmakers have their sights set for adjournment some time next month. ~ The senate has voted to adjourn April 13--which might mean a few weeks later--and the house has a small group urging night sessions in order to clear the chamber's calendar of a flood of bills. SLOW--But the chances of early adjournment, most legislators agree, aren't so good as they might be. Scores of lawmaking problems were still hanging fire. Appropriations committees of t h e two houses have not yet completed action on the biennial budget bill. Still untouched by the assembly were proposes for setting up a state welfare department, a truck usage tax measure to raise farm- to-market road funds, possible reenactment of the sales tax, suggested liquor and beer law changes, and'a pile o£ other bills tossed into the mill this week. Pioneer of Iowa David C. IMott, oldtime Iowa newspaperman and .legislator, prepares invitations for the coming session of the Pioneer Lawmakers association. Mr. Mott, the father of Frank Mott, director of the school of jiur- nalism at the University of Iowa, lias been associate editor of the Iowa Annals, historical publication, and secretary of the Pioneer Lawmakers association for 18 years. He is 79 years old. (Iowa Daily Press Photo.) ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE SHEEL RITES HELD AT GYM Luther Professor Head of Chemistry Department 46 Years. DECORAH--Funeral services were'held: Saturday afternoon in the C. K. Preus gymnasium for Prof. H. W. Sheel, for 46 years head of the chemistry department at Luther college. The body was in state in the college gymnasium on Saturday, following an early serv-: ice at the Sheel residence in West Decorah. The service in the gymnasium was in charge of the Rev. T. A. Hoff, with burial in the Lutheran cemetery. Professor Sheel was born in St. Louis, Mo., and attended Luther college as a student in 1874 and 1875. He received a B. A. degree at Northern Indiana "normal schDOl, and taught four years at Willmar, Minn., returning to Luther college in 1889, to teach chemistry. From 1904 to 1911 he was curator of the museum. In 1895 he was married to Miss Lydia E. Jendc, who survives. Three sons and a daughter also survive, Otto, Carl, Sigurd and Mrs. Orrin Amundsen, all of Decorah. A brother, John Sheel, of Portland, Ore., also survives. DES MOINES, (fP--Bills in the Iowa legislature: Introduced in senate: S. F. 379--By social security TIRED--One of the younger senators said he was tired of i all and almost ready to quit. "I wouldn't have believed grown men could act like they do i£ I hadn't came here and seen it with | my own eyes," he said. 'The other day we spent the whole morning in a crying session on tl^e liquor profits bill. What was said on the floor had little or nothing to do with the bill itself, [f we have to get the crying towels out again I'm going to leave for the day." icr part on the. program ·eorge Bonacker reviewed per on "English As She Is Spoke." Injured at Play. RAKE--Ronald Oswald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Has Oswald and farmer north of Rake, was injured while at play. He was rushed to the hospital at Albert Lea, Minn. Goes to Chicago. MANLY--Mrs. Gerald Rumbly, who has been visiting at the Ford Jewell home, has gone into Chicago to join her husband who is now employed there. Mr. Rumbley had been employed by the Manly Lumber comany for a number of years previous to this new employment. Visit in Minneapolis. ROCKWELL--Mrs. T. H. Stall and little daughter, Joan, spent the wek-end with relatives at Minneapolis. Honored at Farewell. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. John Boatman was given a farwcll party at the home of Mrs. John Breakey Thursday afternoon with about 40 attending. The Christian church and the Royal Neighbors sponsored the party. After the sale of her household goods Saturday she expects to leave soon for Colorado. Submits to Oncration. MANLY--Mrs. Henry Miller underwent a serious operation at the Mercy hospital, Thursday morning and is still quite ill. Entertain at Hall. MANLY--Mrs. Tillie Peshalc and Mrs. Ella Sorenson entertained the Naomi circle at the I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. ROILED--A legislative old timer was equally upset. lawmaker's life isn't He says a what it's cracked up to be. All work and worry and nothing accomplished, lie complains. "You go to sessions in the morning and then sit in conimittee rooms all afternoon," he said. "At night, either you have to show some of your constituents a good time or get together with some ol the boys at a hotel room to fix the bills your for or against. My health won't stand it another session." FEVEIl--But while legislative fretfulness is becoming apparent, seasoned observers agree it's nothing to what it will be a couple of weeks from now. With sunny weather outside and dull arguments over how to spend t h e state's money going on inside, they claim, the lawrhakers will get really short tempered. And by that time, a few lawmakers say, the throat cutting will really begin. Senators and representatives who have stepped over the line to oppose pet principles of powerful groups, they say, will find their own bills killed before they start. Where the session started in peace y and harmony, it appears, it may end up with each lawmaker having a number o£ bitter enemies among his co-workers. Meeting Held to Form P. T. A. Group in Calmar CALMAR--A meeting %yas helc Friday evening at the public schoo" auditorium to organize a Parent- Teacher association. The meeting was sponsored by the Auxiliary of the American Legion. The program, a graphic story on highway safety, was told in a moving picture. The film was a typical illustration showing the strides made in Evanston, 111., in reducing highway fatalities. committee -- Appropriating $1,453,000 for state social security program. S. F. 380--By livestock committee--Requiring labeling oE imitation ice cream. S. F. 381--By livestock committee--Raising license . for disposal of dead animals from $25 to 5100. S. F. 382--By committee on libraries--Creating a library certification board and regulating appointing of librarians. Passed by senate: S. F.'207--By Miller--Legalizing a Jones county $25,000 warrant issue for courthouse furnishings and improvements. (40 to 0). S. F. 302--By judiciary 2--Legalizing a Cedar Rapids · 580,000 bond issue for jail construction. (40 to 0). H. F. 23--By Rutherford- Changing provisions on'refunding of drainage district indebtedness. (40 to 0). H. F. 291--By Christoffersen-Legalizing a $29,000 Cedar Falls bond refunding issue. (35 to 0.) S. F. 192--By Baldwin--Authorizing a $30,000 -levy in'Du- buque, to pay for WFA projects, (40 to 0.) S. F. 193--By Baldwin--Legalizing a $20,119 Dubuque,, snow clearance expenditure. (40 to 0.) S. F .218--By libraries committee--Permitting surplus in library funds to be held over until the following year for use of library trustees. (40 to 0). , S. F. 226--By Guernsey--Legalizing an Appanoose county expenditure of $17,752 for county officers' salaries. (38 to 0). H. F. 137--By Brown--Enabling the city o£ Des Moines to furnish the site for an art museum. (38 to 0). H. F. 203--By Hoegh--Legalizing a $10,000 Lucas county trans- er. (37 to 0). H. F. 150--By Wood o£ Monroe --Authorizing Monroe county to pay claim of Cyrus Hall for $1,070 igainst secondary road maintenance fund, S. F. 354--By 'Judiciary 2--Le- alizing reincorporation of Weber nd Sons Button company of Muscatine. (35 to 0). S. F. 355--By judiciary 2--Le- ;alizing reincorporation of Farmers Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance association of Winneshiek county. (35 to 0). Adverse Committee R e p o r t s Adopted: S. F. 85--By Irwin--Requiring approval of boards of supervisors for changes in. location of primary oads. S. F. 131--By Mighell--Preventing solicitation of teachers by salesmen or candidates during school hours. S. F. 188--By Mason and others --F e r m i 11 i n g chiropractors to sractice physical therapy. S. F. 45--By Breen and others-Requiring defendants in civil cases to answer petitions within 20 days. S. F. 43--By Breen and others-3 ermitting filing o£ civil actions without regard to terms of court. Passed in the house: H. F. 186--By public health- Allowing firms and corporations :o conduct funeral businesses and x employ licensed embalmers. (68 to 15). H. F. 82--By Stewart--Permitting hospital boards to accept gifts for hospital purposes or to sell hospital property. (87 to 0). H. F. 306--By Keefe--Legalizing use of $22,035 of insane fund in Webster county for county home. (86 to 0). H. F. 51--By Rasmussen-Broadening the scope of municipal civil service laws. (78 to 14). Defeated by the house: H. F. 149--By Rasmussen--Reducing liability of cities and towns from personal injury due to street and sidewalk defects. Introduced In the House: H. F. 474--By committee on schools and textbooks--Increasing fee for teachers' certificates from $1 to $2, Community Hall at Garner Considered; Support Indicated GARNER--The building of a community hall and possibility of constructing a recreational center here has been widely discussed the past few days. A meeting attended by 22 farmers, professional and businessmen met and appointed A. M. Rosedahl as temporary chairman and William Baggs as temporary secretary. Committees were appointed to make investigations and other meetings are to be held in the near future to discuss if a large building is to be erected here. Construction of St. Ansgar Theater Will Be Started April 1 ST. ANSGAR--After having had a moving picture theater in the offing for several months at last definite plans have been made for the construction of: a ibuilding-- to be beautiful, safe and modern in every detail. Excavation will begin April 1 and the blueprints are being drawn by W. A. Schaefer, a Minneapolis architect. Harlan Anderson, who owns the theater at Manly wil be the owner and manager here. Mrs. Tweed Funeral Conducted at Joice JOICE--Funeral and burial services for Mrs. pie Tweed were held Saturday afternoon at the home and at Beaver Creek church. The Kev. L. F. Scheie officiated. Mrs. Tweed, 56, died Wednesday after a long illness. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. T. T. Ramsey, her husband, and nine, children: Mrs. Oscar Amundsen, Mrs. Ira Roath, Mrs. Lewis Suby, Mrs. Tom Brosdal, Mrs. Thelan Elthon, Mrs. Vcrnon Hall, and Aimer, Telora, Gladys and lona Mae at home. One son preceded her in death. Frost Couple Will Be Honored on Anniversary BRICELYN, Minn.--A golden wedding anniversary celebration will be held for Mr. and Mrs. Ole Skogen at their home near Frost, Minn., Sunday, March 14. They have lived at this home for all of their'50 years o£ married life. They had seven children, Mrs. George Henke and Mrs. Harold Gartzlce of Blue Earth, Mrs. Elmer Buss of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Nordahl, Martin and Henry of Frost/ and Edwin, who was killed in action in the World war. They also have 8 grandchildren. Plan Music Festival. DUMONT -- The consolidated school wil give a spring musical festival Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium using the musical numbers which they will enter in the district music contest at Charles City March 19 and 20. P. T. A. to Meet Monday. BRICELYN--A P. T. A. program will be given at the schoolhouse Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The program consists of music, school band; talk, Dr. H. M. Wissink of Mankato Teachers' college and piano solo, Mrs. L. V- Lund, S U N D A Y . . . Chicken Dinner Dine in the Amber Room ot, Coffee Shop. Have wonderful chicken, delicious ham or whatever meat you prefer. Food here is prepared in a modern, well lighted kitchen which is kept spic and span. And, dinner prices here are so reasonable. K ORDERS FOR CHILDREN Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot TI-ic3.^ -

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