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.MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 20 · 1937 FIVE SUBSTITUTE TOLL FREE BRIDGE PROPOSAL STUDIED HOUSE TO TAKE UP NEW PLAN Issuance of Bonds for Handling Series of Works Included. ; DES MOINES, (fl 1 )--Advocates in the Iowa house of legislation to assure toll-free bridges across t!ie Mississippi and Missouri livers, Saturday studied closely the provisions of a substitute bridge plan to be called before that chamber Wednesday as a special order. Introduced by the committee on interstate bridges, the measure is a complete substitute for H. F. 225 ·which received committee approval a fortnight ago, and which diverts 4 per cent of primary road funds to the highway commission for purchase or construction · of such bridges. Provides Bond Issue. The measure substituted, Representative Ernest L. Currie (D) o£ Council Bluffs, pointed out Saturday, provides for bridge construction or purchase' by the issuance of revenue bonds to be issued for the handling of a series o£ projects. "This proposal is not objectionable," Currie ex-plained, "except lor the provision that several projects would be included in one bond issue. Thus is bridges were built or purchased at Blair, Plattsmouth, South Omaha or points below or above Council Bluffs, my city would have to wait i£ the other bridges were slow in paying out." Credit of Each Project. The bill, he said, provides that revenues from tolls to be collected until the bonded debt is liquidated, must go to the credit of each project. Construction cost of the Council Bluffs-Omaha bridge had been variously estimated at from 51,000,000 to $2,000,000 with "an added $500,000 thrown in for incidentals." Currie said he believed another objectionable feature was the provision for fixing a bond maturity date "of not to exceed 40 years." ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE DES MOINES, (JF)-- The following bills were introduced and passed by the Iowa house and senate. Introduced in (he House: ^H.F. 495--By ; board of control ii--Kequiring; trained attendants ·; must' accompany" persons' enroute to insane hospitals. H. F.- 496--By old age committee--Providing for suspension of all taxes imposed on recipients of old age assistance. . H. F. 497--By judiciary--Revising fees for legal copies. H. F. 498--By judiciary--Relating to registration of trade names. H. F. 499--By judiciary--Relating to corporation fees. H. F; 500--By judiciary--Providing for reincorporation of domestic and' foreign non-profit making corporations. Passed by the House: H. F. 457--Legali^ng $500 expenditure by village o£ Waukon. v (87 to 0.) H. F. 207--Legalizing Jones county warrant issue. ((88 to 1.) S. F. 104--Legalizing transfer of $10,000 of Monroe county funds. (75 to 0.) H. F. 253--Allowing Ames to make a library levy. (93 to 0.) H. F. 428--Legalizing Beebeetown school bond issue. (89 to 0.) S. F. 216--Legalizing Cehter- ville Dukes-Law company. (96 to 0.) S. F. 80--Authorizing cities to issue municipal utility refunding bond. (87 to 0.) S. F. 354--Legalizing corporation of Weber and Sons Button company at Muscaline. (81 to 0.) H. F. 413--Legalizing Des Moines county tax levy. (72 to O.'j S. F, 25--Prohibiting use of .fireworks or firecrackers. (75 to 28.) Defeated in House: H. F. 261--Doubling compensation of delinquent tax collectors. (30 to 63.) Introduced in Senate: S. F. 426--By judiciary 2--Permitting insurance companies to act as surely for bail in criminal cases. S. F. 427--By judiciary 2-Changing regulations on testimony in civil trials. S. F. 428--By judiciary 2--Permitting investment of cemetery funds in state bonds. S. F. 429--By conservation committee--Reducing penalties for violation of navigation laws. , S. F. 430--By claims committee --Appropriating $31.15 to Jones county for expenses of coroner's inquest on the death of Charles Strickler. S. F, 431--By claims committee .--Appropriating $29 to Vera Tripp for the death of D. Myron Tripp, and $88.77 to Will Wicket of New Virginia, Iowa, because of collision with snow plow. Passed by Senate: S. F. 143--By highway committee -- Providing farm-to-market road fund administration. (37 to 10.) H. F. 32--By Dietz--Permitting special charter cities to vote on utility franchises. (39 to 0.) S. F, 317--By tax revision committee--Imposing a "use tax" on articles imported into Iowa. (38 to 2.) . , S. F. 318--By tax revision committee--Authorizing tax board to bring collection suits in other states. (10 to 0.) S. F. 2--By Shaw and Dewey-Repealing the old age pension hejd lax. (40 to 0.) Has 16 Teeth Dianne Ruth Albert, 11 months old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Albert of Burlington, has 16 teeth. She had two teeth at two months, five at three months, six at four months and IB at five months. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) 300 TO ATTEND VETS'MEETING Program of Entertainment to Be Given Tuesday at Rockwell. ROCKWELL--It will be 100 per cent o£ the hail's capacity for the American Legion stag party to be held at the post's hall Tuesday evening, March 23. Elaborate preparations are being made for this event and to entertain the visitors o£ the evening who will be admitted only by ticket. A prize trophy will be awarded the visiting post sending the largest delegation. Three hundred tickets have been sold and no more can be had, as this number is the full capacity of the hall. GOVERNOR KRASCHEL APPROVES MEASURES DES MOINES, (/P)--The following bills have been signed by Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel: · ' - · · - · , S:-F. ; 6--By Doran--Providing 30 day jail sentence as maximum penalty f o r . contempt of divorce court order. S. F. ll_By Murray--Legalizing $62,684 in warrants issued by Sioux City for snow removal. S. F. 86--By Hoeven and Whitehill--Fixing penalty of $100 fine or 30 days in jail for unauthorized wearing of emblem of military service organizations. S. F. 99--By Evans--Permitting park boards to lease portions of parks for celebrations. S. F. 127--By Gillespie--Preserving limitations on use of real estate through tax sale deed. S. F. 302--By icommittee on judiciary--Legalizing $80,000 bond issue for jail and police station at Cedar Rapids. H. F. 23--By Rutherford^Per- rniUing refunding of drainage district indebtedness. H. F. 137--By Brown--Allowing Des Moines to provide site for art museum. H. F.. 150--By Wood--Authorizing Monroe county to pay $1,070 claim of Cyrus Hall for stone used in road construction. 'H. F. 203--By Hoegh--Legalizing transfer of $10,000 from state insane fund to county general fund in Lucas county. H. F. 291--By Christofferson-Legalizing refunding ot $29,000 bond issue at Cedar Falls. Winners in Solo Class at Grafton Announced GRAFTON--A solo class was held for the pupils of Mrs. Joy Peshak Harnack at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Pete Skram. Elsbeth Hackbart was principal soloist. Winners of the various parts were: Scale recognition, Edna Walk, Lois Landdeck, Phyllis , Skram, and Walter Hackbart; interval, Phyllis Skram and Elsbeth Hackbart; major and minor thirds, Lorraine Hackbart, Arthur Landdeck and Eugene Brueswitz; notes, Elsbeth Hackbart and' Lorraine Hackbart. Garner Teacher's Pay Increased 5 Per Cent GARNER--The Garner school board met for reorganization and elected all of the faculty in both grade and high schools except Coach Jack Hall and Harold Stimpson, the Intter, instructor of vocational agriculture, who came the second semester following the resignation o£ T. C. Peterson, who resigned to be Hancock county farm agent. A 5 per cent increase in salaries for the coming year was made. Are Crossing Continent. CALMAR--Mrs. Aloysius Bina and daughter, Joan, arc crossing the continent. They arrived at Calmar from San Diego, Cal., and will spend a couple days resting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bina enroute to Philadelphia, Pa., where they are called on account of the serious illness of her husband in a hospital there. , , :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Buried in Chicago. BRITT -- Word reached here Tuesday of the death of Henry Hopt of Chicago. He was married to Ella Hanson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson, and had visited here several times. Burial was in Chicago Thursday. Honored on Anniversary. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Holroyd were given a surprise party St. Patrick's evening when friends and neighbors went in and helped them celebrate their forty- first wedding anniversary. Move to Protivin. PROTIVIN--Mrs. Anna Maresh moved back to her home in Protivin after spending the past winter with her daughter in Fort Atkinson. Daughter Is Born. PLYMOUTH --Mr. and Mrs. Dale Young are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday. This is their second girl. Entertain Ladies' Aid. RUDD--Mrs. Alma Kuhlemeier and her circle members entertained the Ladies' Aid at the M. E. parsonage Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for the April 1 sale. Children Are Entertained. BURT--The Burt Rebekah lodge entertained the children of its members at a party following the regular meeting Thursday evening. Various games were played and a short program given followed by a cafeteria lunch. Are Parents of Son. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Hammers trom are parents of a son born Friday, March 19. Visit Hospital Patient. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. William Knoncr, Mrs. August Knoner and Mrs. George Meyers o£ Lakota visited with their sister, Mrs. Fred Junkcmeyer at the St. Joseph hospital in Mankato, Minn., where she underwent an operation for tumor. Arrive From Wheeling. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Graham and daughter Carrol Sue, arrived here from Wheeling, Mo., and will spend the summer at the home o£ Mr. Graham's uncle, Wade Ball. Go to IMoline. LONEROCK--Frank Flaig, accompanied by Ralph Bierstedt drove to Iowa City getting Hiram Ackarman, who underwent an operation. They also drove to Moline, 111., on. business. '.-':'. · · · : · Home Frorf: Ames. ;... OSAGE--Among the lowa'State college students who are spending spring .vacation in Osage are Eugene Clement, Leo Beden- steiner, Elaine Bedensteiner, Clifford Church, Frederick Gordon, Maurine Hobkirk, Tracy Horn, Herman Klemesr'ud, Frances Mapes, Bee Stearns and Cleo Willey. Will Play in Kansas. BURT--Edwin Manus, who has been employed in Milwaukee, Wis., is spending a few weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manus. He will go to Abalena, Kans., next week to play with an orchestra. Mrs. Hickey Burled. CRESCO--Mrs. Ellen Hickey, 73, died at New Albin Thursday, and the body was taken to her old home at Ridgeway where funeral services and burial were held Saturday. She was the widow of the late Eugene C. Hickey. Adeline Harrcnga. L A K O T A--Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon for Adeline Harrenga, who died on Tuesday at the hospital at Buffalo Center, following an operation for a ruptured appendix. Burial was made at the German township cemetery. Project Group Meets. ROCKWELL--Mrs. O. E. Mullin, living 5 miles southeast oE Rockwell, entertained the Balh- Geneseo home project women in their regular meeting Friday. Leave for Omaha. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sharpness and son, Gordon, left Friday for Omaha to visit for some time with the former's sister and family. Dr. and Mrs. Allen Craig. Will Move to Aljfona. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank of Union township are retiring from their farm and are moving to Algona the first of April in the Jim Cruikshank home on East State street. Arthur is Jim's son and the elder Mr.. Cruikshank will make his home with them. David Lloyd Recovering. HUTCHINS--David Lloyd, who has been seriously ill most of the winter is making some progress in his fight for health. He is now able to sit up and can walk a few steps with assistance. Visit at Bluffs. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Gust Johnson and daughter, Alia, left Friday to spend the week-end with their son and brother Herman, who is attending school at Council Bluffs, Iowa. They were accompanied by Mrs. M. J". F.rdahl who will visit her daughter, Maglene, who is teaching at the Bee Bee Town school at Logan, Iowa. Enters Rochester Hospha! KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Newland accompanied by Mrs. Newland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sanden of Lake Mills drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday, where Mr. Sanden will enter the hospital for an examination. Attend State Tourney. RUDD--Coach Everett Manchester, Darwin Maurer, Roger and Randall Finch, and Dan-ell Press attended the basketball tournament at DCS Moincs Thursday evening. Know Your State A Daily Fact About loway The following are among the largest packing houses in the United States, and are located in Iowa: T. M. Sinclair and company, Cedar Rapids; Kohrs Packing company, Davenport; Iowa Packing company, Des Moines; Tobin Packing company, Fort Dodge; Jacob E. Decker and Sons, Mason City; John Morroll and company, Ottumwa, and Rath Packing company, Waterloo. Daughter Is Born. RUDD--An eight pound daughter, Clarissa Sue, was born Wednesday, March 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Del Londermilk. Elected by Board. ROCK FALLS--The annual school board meeting was held in the school house. Glen Calvert was elected president, and Elmer Christiansen, secretary. New members of the board are: E. F. Hansen, N. Gildner, William Bahnsen and Mr. Mickelson. Hostesses to Society. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Bert Yeomans and Mrs. G. C. Hnmorsley entertained the ladies' aid at the home of Mrs. Yeomans Thursday afternoon. IMothers Are Honored. KANAWHA--The Alpha Lambda society held the annual Mother's party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Orville Faber. A 6:30 buffet luncheon was served by Mrs. Willard Duer, Corinne Holm and Mrs. Fabcr. The mothers were welcomed by the president, Maxine Lucas. Ramon Munson sang two songs. In games prizes were awarded to Mrs. C. C. Lucas and Eila Trettin. Marion Ersland gave a reading. Visitor From DCS Moiues. KANAWHA--Mrs. J. A. Ersland of Des Moincs visited from Thursday until Saturday with her daughter, Marion Ersland at the home of Mrs. R. H. Hartwig. Miss lolita Ersland of Goodell came Friday to visit with her mother and sister. Mrs. Ersland will visit Saturday and Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Apland at Hardy. Mrs. Sapp Hostess. BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. E. E. Sapp was hostess to the past matrons of the Eastern Star Thursday evening/ .' .' : : '. T " ' Visit in Minneapolis. RAKE-^Vtr. and Mrs. Earl Corr left Friday to spend the week-end in Minneapolis. Airs. Ed T. Johnson and Lila and Elmer left Friday to spend the week-end with their son and brother in Minneapolis. Mrs. Leach President. FREDERICKSBURG -- The local Idle-a-While club elected president, Mrs. Earl Leach; vice president, Mrs. Earl Elliott; secretary, Mrs. Roy Justen; treasurer, Mrs. Earl March. Hostess to Aid Society. POPEJOY--The Methodist L. A. S. met at the church dining room Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. L Harmon, Mrs. J. A. Hammitt and Mrs. Ed Anderson were hoste'sses. Mrs. Collisler Leader. PLYMOUTH -- T h e monthly meeting of the Women's Christian Temperance Union met with Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Chesebro in North Plymouth Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Emma Sutton presided with Mrs. T. C. Collister lesson leader. . Mrs. Tenney and Mrs. Griffith sang a duet. Former Resident Buried. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mehl and two sons attended her father's funeral in Kanawha Friday. Her father, Mr. Peterson, lived on a f a r m just north ot Stilson for .a number ot years. Return From Arkansas. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Boyell and Emery Boyett returned Thursday afternoon 'following a two weeks' visit with relatives in Little Rock, Ark. Businessmen Hold Meeting. RUDD -- The businessmen met Thursday evening at the Royal Neighbor hall. Twenty-five persons were present. A light lunch was served by Fred Muller, H. O. Braham and Beryl Hanscn. After the gard games, a business meeting was held. They will meet again next Thursday evening. Home From Hospital. ORCHARD--Mrs. Glenn Clark- is home from the Nissen hospital Where she Has been for several days with infection in her hand and arm. Sprinjr Vacation Decided. BELMOND -- Spring vacation will be observed by (he Belmond schools for the week beginning March 26. L. A. S. Group Gathers. ORCHARD--The third division of the L. A. S. met at the home of Mrs. Ceylon Cole Friday afternoon to plan tlie dinner for next Wednesday with Mrs. Denis Clark, chairman. Guests From Oskaloosa. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnhill of Oskaloosa arc guests at the home of their uncle, R. J. Barnhill. Held by It. N. A. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- The Royal Neighbor lodge served a 7 o^clock dinner followed by a social hour of games and stunts at the hall. Prize Winners Named. LONEROCK -- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig entertained at 8 tables of 500. High prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, low prizes by Mrs. William Boetlchcr and F. W. Jcntz of Fcnton. ·· On Way to California. GARNER--Mr. and Mip. Waller Pritchard and their little granddaughter, Nancy Grobaty, started on the return trip from Los Angeles, where they have visited the family of their daughter, Catherine, and other relatives and Eriends. They .will stop at St. Louis to visit their son, Harry, and wife and Bob. Visit in Humphrey Home. KENSETT^-Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Anderson transacted business and visited in the John Humphrey home Thursday. Hostesses at Shower. OSAGE--Mrs. Jud Bailey, Mrs. Charles Bailey and Mrs. Maurice Champion were hostesses Wednesday evening at a miscellaneous shower at the Jud Bailey home in honor of Miss Antonia Falk, who will be married in April to Joseph Hofmeister of Des Moines. Meets at Kratz Home. BRADFORD--The Ladies' Card club met at the Mrs. Lewis Kratz home Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Rowan as assisting hostess. Mrs. Rowan won high score in 500. Will Return Home Soon. BRISTOW --Jake Wessels and son, Jake, Jr., returned from Iowa City Thursda_y. Mr. Wessels reported 'his wife stood the operation at the University hospital Wednesday very well. Under favorable conditions, she will be able to return home in about 10 days. Called to Tnnia. PROTIVIN -- Mrs. Katherine Kovarik and son, Bobby, left for Tama, where she was called on account of her father's illness. In Rochester Hospital. RUDD--Mrs. E. A. Hansen is at the Rochester hospital where she submitted to an operation Monday afternoon. Employed at Rapids. PROTIVIN--L. Milato left for Cedar Rapids where he will be employed. Leaves for Dubuque. CALMAR--Mrs. R. J. Becker left Wednesday for her home in Dubuque after spending several days here with relatives. Mrs. Becker's mother was brought here Monday for burial. FINED $300 ON LIQUOR CHARGE Druggist at Osage Pleads Guilty; _ Mitchell Man Furnishes Bond. OSAGE--Oscar Pohle, druggist pleaded guilty to a charge of illegal possession o£ intoxicating liquor here in district court Friday afternoon before Judge M. H. Kepler and was fined 5300 and costs. The 108 half .pints of alcohol and nineteen bottles of other liquor which federal and state authorities seized here Thursday was ordered to be turned over to the Nissen hospital. Carl Patro o£ Mitchell appeared, in district court here Friday afternoon and was released upon a 5500 bond requiring him to furnish his wife with necessary and proper home and clothing. The case was continued until further order of court. Patro was arrested Monday at Owatonna, Minn., with Mrs. Anne Kriglestein, 23, of Osage and brought back to the Mitchell county jail on a charge of deserting his wife and seven small children. Thornton Girl Scouts Celebrate 25th Year T H O R N T O N--The Thornton Girl Scouts entertained their mothers Wednesday evening as a part o[ their observance of the twenty-fifth birthday of Girl Scouting. The Bluebird and Cardinal Patrols presented a one-act Girl Scout plaj'. Demonstrations in knot tying, signalling and first aid were given by other members of the troop. The lunch was prepared and served by the troop members. Mrs. D. C. Davies is captain of the troop and Mrs. A. L. Dittmer, lieutenant. ' .Tail Breaker Caught. INDIANOLA, (fP) -- Bert Herrick, who broke out of the Gulh- rie 'Center jail a week ago with another prisoner, was captured at Ford, Iowa. The other escaped man, Ralph Winebrcnncr, is still at large. Crystal Lake Man Is Fined $100 by Judge , on Assault Charges GARNER--Judge Henry C. Graven assessed a fine of §100 against Mervin Frogg of Crystal Lake here in district court Friday. Frogg was charged with assault and intent to commit great bodily injury. Edgar Reed of Crystal Lake was the complaining witness. Frogg was indicited by the Hancock county grand jury. Judge Graven will return to re-open court Monday. The petit jury has been excused subject to call, the one case called for Thursday was settled out o£ court. SITDOWNERS AT CYLINDER HIGH Boys and Girls Insist on Seeing Each Others' Cage Games. CYLINDER--Northwest Iowa's first sit down strike was reported Friday. When Cylinder school officials decreed that boys would be barred from witnessing a girls' cage tournament there and that girls would likewise be banned from the boys' cage meet. Cylinder high school students seated themselves on front row bleacher seats in the school gymnasium and refused to leave until the ruling was revoked. With the tournament hour near, the ban was lifted and Cylinder's "boy meets girl" strike was ended. Kitchen of Emmetsbuvg House Damaged by Fire EMMETSBURG--Fire believed to have started from a kitchen stove badly damaged the kitchen and adjoining rooms of the J. H. Godden home at Ernmelsburg early Friday. Mrs. Blanche Caldwell, daughter o£ the Goddcns, was awakened by the odor o£ smoke and gave the alarm. Godden, former Emmelsburg mayor, and his wife were absent. Loss was estimated at several hundred dollars. GRESGOWINS SPELLING MEET Each Team Is Composed of Pupils in Sixth to Eighth Grades. CRESCO--Creseo won the coun- :y spelling contest at Crescn Thursday evening, sponsored by ihe Hcnyard county Schoolmasters' association which presented the trophy to the winning team. Other town schools competing were Elma, Chester and Lime Springs. Cresco winners were Mary Jane Wenlworth, Patricia Rogers, Joyce Taft, Florence Ernst and Donald Phillips. The following four girls had perfect records in written and oral spelling: Vehna Fuller of Elma. Mary Jane Wentworth, Joyce Tatt and Florence Ernst of Cresco. The Cresco team missed but four words. Each team was composed of pupils from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades of the four schools named. The county rural spelling contest will be held Saturday, March 27, at Cresco, under direction of County Supt. J. L. Davies. $16,720 Is Paid for Farm at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON--One of the largest considerations in recent years was completed when W. H. Cheney o£ Butler county purchased the former Zwansinger farm in Bradford township from the Prudential Insurance company of Newark, N. J., for $16,720. The farm is ICO acres. Frank Zubrod purchased a 240 acre farm in Deerfield township from Martin Kelson and Alvah Griffith, referees, for $3,600. Given Farewell Party. LEDYARD -- A farewell party was held at the Howard Mnyne home Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Fred Jenks and her mother, Mrs. Laura Niester. They are moving the last of March to Eagle Grove. Mrs. Jenks has had charge of the telephone exchange for 11 years. About 50 friends attended the farewell. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND OUR GRAND OPENING NORGE - VINAAS CO. 405 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. MARCH - 22 - 23 - 24 AGAIN NORGE LEADS WITH RECORD BREAKING VALUES NOWOHSAtE. · Norge offers a wide variety, this year, in sparkling new Concentrator Ranges with improvements that make them easily the "buy" of the year. 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HEFRIOERATOR AND ANY OTHER »PPU- ANCE FOR ONLY ONE DOWN fAYMENI Al LOW AS 405 North Federal Ave. 5 ·OO Phone 560 Miss Julia Dearchs Norge Home Economics Director, will be with us to explain and demonstrate all Norge Home Appliances and invites you to discuss your home-making problems with her. An Attendance prize WiJl Be Awarded

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