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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 22 · 1937 FARM-TO-MARKET ROAD BILL EXPLAINED IN ANSWERS MEASURE SENT TO GOVERNOR How Counties Would Carry Out Projects Told in Question Series, DES'MOINES. MP1--Proposals to ·take Iowa's sideroads out. of the mud have.been under discussion .in/recent sessions of the legislature.' Last week, the legislature .passed and sent to the governor a farm-to-market road bill. Because of popular interest in the subject, the following summary of the,bill was prepared by the Associated Press:. . . , What is the object of the farm- io-market road hill? The bill would set up a fund under jurisdiction of the state highway commission for use in counties which decide to participate in the fund in order .to grade, bridge and gravel their secondary roads. : How would the fund he made iip?" " The bill would' provide three sources of' revenue: (!) Allotments -from the federal government (Iowa's allotment this year is $658,000);'(2)'. Four per.cent of all primary road funds of the state which, this year, would mean about $650,000; and (3) all other funds which may be appropriated for the construction of farm-to- market roads. (Increased truck .taxes, to the amount of $1,000,000 1 to $2,500,000 a year would go into the fund under another bill under Consideration in .the house). How would this money he allotted to counties? The allotment to each county would be in the ratio that the area of the county bears to the total area of the state. How would a county so about · '. establishing its farm-to-market road system? · . If the state highway commission were satisfied the county had enough resources to maintain the road, the board of supervisors would designate a system of secondary roads, not to exceed 15 per cent of the total secondary road mileage of the county, to be included in the state system. What if 15 per cent of the county's roads already are improved? The board would recommend a system including roads already improved, plus an additional 15 per cent of the secondary 'road mileage of the county. How would the county carry out a specific project? The board of supervisors would . submit an outline of the proposed t jaroject to the state highway commission. If the 'commission approved, the county engineer would prepare plans ; and specifications and an estimate of costs. If the estimated cost of the project were more'than $1,000; the'highway commission would advertise for bids, and recommend to the board the one it considered best. No contract c6uld be awarded to any state,official or member of the highway commission, to any relative of a,state official, or to a firm in which any commission member is financially interested. Would any of the county's allotment of gasoline tax money be used for farm-to-market roads? : Up to one-fourth of the county's gasoline tax' allotment might be used for this purpose upon resolution of the board of supervisors, but it would not be necessary. . How would right-of-way he obtained? The county would obtain the ,. right-of-way, which would be paid for out of the county's allotment of farm-to-market roac funds. · Who maintains (he road once i is built? The county. If the county failed to do so, the state highway commission would notify the board o supervisors. If the road were no placed in proper condition within 60 days, the commission could have the work done at the coun ty's expense, Uow long would a county's al lotmcnt from the farm-to-marke road fund remain available? The allotment would remaii available for one year after th close of the ' calendar year ir which the allotment was made Any sum remaining unexpendc at the end of that time would b re apportioned among all the coun ties. . . . . Go to DCS Moines. . HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Ce cil Hildebrand took their daugh ter, Edna Mae, and three of he classmates, Alice Marie Weil an c Laura Stratton and Geraldin Smith, to Des Moines Friday fo a trip through the capitol and his torical building. Others in th sophomore biology class of Bri high school made the trip also. FOR SALE First Mortgages INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT First National Bank Mason City, Iowa :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota ; , . Make Trip to DCS Moines. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence /edmore and son Donald,"drove to es Moines on a business and Measure trip combined. Leaves Conservation Camp. ROCKWELL--Albert Gossweil- r has severed his connection with' le veterans conservation camp at 'interset \where he has been for everal months and will work on Mrs. G. Muhlstein farm this eason. Return From South. BHITT--Mr. anud Mrs. John In- lan returned Friday from their xtended trip through the south. /Ir. and Mrs. C. F. Wigton have een staying at the Inman home uririg their absence and will now iove into their own home. Will Erect Bungalow. SEXTON--Herman Wise, has urchased the old Pasley house nd is tearing it down and will re- uild a five room bungalow. The ouse and lot are in the west edge f town here. Preaching at Dunlap. CHAPIN--The Rev. A. R. Grant eft Sunday for a week's preaching ervice at Dunlap, a former charge f his. He was accompanied as far s Boone by Mrs. Grant and aughter, Joyce, and Mr. and Mrs. Valter VanNest. Move From Thornton. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. Anton annkuk moved their household oods from Thornton, where they ad operated a restaurant, into the ouse vacated by .the Raymond Sonackers. Bonackers left Friday norning for Heinbeck where they vill start a new store. Visit at Harcourt. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. ohn Walgren went to Harcourt or an over Sunday visit in . the ome of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. uben Gustafson and also his par- nts of Alton, 111., who are visiting their daughter's home. Visitor From Canada. CARPENTER--Roy Bischel of Veyburn, Canada, has been visit- ng his cousin, L. S. McGilvery nd family. Home for Vacafion. CALMAR--Miss Evelyn Kittles y arrived home Friday from Bufalo Center, where she is teaching, spend Easter with her parents, Tr. and Mrs. Sivgard Kittlespy nd family. ' Visit at DCS Moines. LIME SPRINGS--The J. B. ray family "motored . to. .Des domes Sundayj.'.tp'j'.stoend: a-few ays visiting relatives^;-.';' Visit In Des aruine HANSELL--Mrs. G. E. Wells eft with her daughter, Mrs. Hay- lond Price, for Des Moines to pend several weeks. Were in DCS Moines. HANSELL--Mrs. E. L..Hannah nd Mrs. E. W. Shaw motored to es Moines to attend the tourna- icnt and do some shopping. Arrive From California. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Margaret kelson .arrived- here from Cali- ornia'to visit her daughter, and on-in-law, Mr. ! and Mrs. Lawence Hanson and children. Mrs kelson expects to remain here anc i Minnesota, visiting another aughter until next fall. Mrs. Wilson Hostess. R O C K W E L L -- M r s . Lucil Wilson, entertained the Rockwel Woman's club at her home Friday afternoon. . Wins Prize in Bridge. BRITT--Mrs. John Pritchard nvited a group of women in Friday afternoon for bridge. Mrs Dean Carson won the prize fo ligh score. Out of town guest, were Mrs. Patrick and Mrs. Ar Shultz of Garner. Visitor From Boone. STILSON--M: p. Brickey o Boone has been visiting his par ents, Mr, and Mrs. G. C. Brickey. Play Well Attended. ST. ANSGAR--The play, "Son. of My Heart," given at the schoo auditorium Friday evening,. wa well attended. It- was a charmin costume romance of the south. Will Remodel House. SWALEDALE -- Mrs. G r a c Richards from near Thornton ha purchased the John Jenkins resi derice which she plans to remode 100 Attend Shower. R O . W A N -- A miscellaneou shower was held in the basemen of the Congregational church i honor, of Miss Mae Hyde. Ther were more than 100 present. · : Returns From Denver. ROWAN--R. H. Keith returne from Denver, Colo., where he ha been to X'isit his niece who wa seriously ill. Goes to St. Louis. SHEFFIELD--Attorney Carl D Foster went to St. Louis Saturda on a two weeks' business trip. Mrs. Cliristenson Hostess. LONEROCK--The Ladies' Mit society met with Mrs. H. E. Micka The following officers were elect ed for the coming year: Presiden Mrs. Will Christenson; vice presi dent, Mrs. .Lawrence Dittmer; sec retary, Mrs. Fred Genrich; treas urer, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard; pian ist, Mrs. T. D. Arends. Meets at Hcrdman Home. KANAWHA -- The Double Si Bridge club met Friday afternoo at Mrs. A. B. Hcrdman's horn The club was held at the Hercima home in place of Mrs. C. A. Pow ers,' due to the illness of he father, Mr. Miller. In Hospital 23 Weeks. McINTIRE -- Mrs. Ida Grace formerly o f . Mclntire but whos home is now in St. Paul, was dis missed from the hospital in S Paul Friday after being there fo 23 weeks. Mrs. Grace tripped o an electric cord connecting th power to a washing machine an fell, breaking her hip, last falL Know Your State A Daily Fact About Ibway Nearly 62,000 passengers- have een transported 4,560,000 miles y University of Iowa hospital mbulances within the past five " Have Moved to Sexton. SEXTON--Mr. · and Mrs. Mel bbes and children moved to Sex- sn from Des Moines. They are ving in the Ed Fitch house 'Ori Jain street near the station, or their farm* near Emmons. Five Birthdays Celebrated. RICEVILLE--An unusual birth- ay gathering was held, at the ou Mosher residence in Riceville. he birthdays of L. M. Mosher, oss Swancutt.-Robert Noble, Guy oper and John Servoss all oc- urfed during the week and were elebrated as one event. An eve- ling dinner was served: with ames and music as additional en- ertainment. 7 Cows Are Killed. AREDALE--George Hammond, farmer 1 mile north of Airedale, ost seven milk cows, killed on the ailroad. All were not killed out- ight but some were so mangled hat they had to.be :hot. Former Resident Visitor. HAYFIELD--Joseph Malek of laremont, Minn., a former resi- ent here arrived Saturday for a ew days visit with relatives. School' Board Entertains. HAKE--The members of the chool board were hosts at an oy- ter supper for the boys and girls asketball teams served at the choolhouse by the home economics class Friday evening. Home From Ames. ST. ANSGAR -- Junior Dock- tader, ' Laurence Boening. and .lice Worth who attend college at .mes, are home for spring vacation. . . Visitors From Humboldt. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. W. ·ryzzy and son of Humboldt are isiting Mr. and Mrs. John Koci. /Irs. Cryzzy was a former teach- r here whose 'name .was then Jliss, Case. · Mrs. Bernard Hostess. CLARION--Mrs. R. D. Bernard ·as hostess to her contract bridge lub Saturday afternoon. A one clock luncheon was served at lotel.Moore. Following.the lunch- on', the-.-guests ·went" toiMrsr Ber- iard's : hpme where.four-tables of Bridge" were 'in play. Mrs; H. A. "tark received guests' high score, Jirs. H. C. Walker low score, Mrs. D. Wakefield club high score nd Mrs. J. K. Hilton, low. Arrive From Georgia. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Culbe'rtson of Atlanta, Ga., arrived for a short visit at .the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culbertsori. They will spend about a month with relatives at Northwood before returning. School No. 5 Winner, RIDGEWAY--The rural schools of.Madison township held a one act play contest at the high school auditorium Friday evening. School district Wo. . 5 of which Selmer Heller is the teacher, won first llace. School district No. 1 of which Thelma Ask is the teacher and district No. 8 of which Anna Horness is the teacher won second and third places, respectively. Moving to Nashua. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. lordon Williams leave for Nashua this week to make their home. Mr. Williams will -join Mr. King in the implement business. Their daughters will remain at their grandmother's hame' until the end of the school year. Mrs. Cerney to Speak. LIME SPRINGS--Mrs. Hob Roy Cerney of Mason City will give the "Pageant of the Nations" in c o s t u m e at the Presbyterian church Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. This lecture, was given in Lime Springs last May at the Howard County Teachers association meeting. It is being sponsored by the J. C. C. and Oneota clubs. Home From Navy. ROCKWELL -- Harold · Pohle, connected with the radio branch of .the -U. S. navy, stationed at San Diego, is home from a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pohle and other relatives. Visit in South Dakota. POPEJOY--J. A. Hammitt and daughter, Carol, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Onan and daughter, Patty Lou of Iowa Falls, drove to Sioux Falls, S. Dak.i for an over- Sunday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Tammitt. Goes to Honolulu. McINTIRE -- Paul Newhouse, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Mayo Newhouse, who has been in the training camp for the navy at Long Beach, Cal., for some time, wrote here that his company left Long Beach Monday for Honolulu. . Goes" to Iowa City. 'SWALEDALE ~ -Mike Dewey has gone to the Iowa City hospital for treatment. : Submits to Operation. I v HUTCHINS '.Srr; Mrs.;.'..: Clar ence 'Weilarid 1 ' .was taken"''to'a Masoh City .^hospital-', last Tuesday ,\ for examination and remained foi treatment. Friday, morning she submitted to a major operation. Reports from her bedside indicate her condition is satisfactory. L. P. Peterson Rites Held at Kanawha; 4 Children Survivors KANAWHA--Funeral services were held for L. P. Peterson Sat- irday afternoon at the Kanawha [iutheran church with the Rev. Morris Peterson officiating. Mr. Peterson died at his home in Kanawha. He was in ill health the past several months. · ' Lars Peter Peterson was born at Gottenberg, Sweden, Oct. 31, 1851, where he lived until 1872,.when he came to America and 'settled at Paxton, 111. I n . 1915 .he moved to Stilsoh, where he lived,until 1922, when he came; to' Kanawah. He was married to Martha Johnson of Paxtori, 111., Oct. 19, 1887. His wife preceded-him in death Sept 16, 1936. Surviving are one son, Carl Peterson o£ Britt; three daughters, Mrs. Ed Mehl of Britt.and Mrs. Dewey Weltzheimer and Lillie Peterson, both of Kanawha. SENTENCED FOR CHICKEN THEFT Eagle Grove Young Man to Serve 6 Months in \Jail. CLARION--Erwin Darland, 25, Eagle Grove, pleaded guilty Friday in district court to a'charge of stealing chickens and was sentenced by Judge H. E. Fry -to five months in the county jail. The chickens were stolen from the Carl Schipull farm'near Goldfield March 15. Darland, accompanied by Orland Conway, 14; Jim Baker, 16. and Donald Johnson, 15, all of Eagle Grove; had been hunting pigeons on the farm. The boys were tried in juvenile court before Judge 'Fry on th'e same Charges. The case against the three boys was continued on good behavior, each being paroled to Chief of Police Baker of Eagle Grove. Clarence Cline of Belmond, charged with contempt of court because of non-support of a minor child, posted a $500 bond Friday to guarantee payment of $13 a month. Judge H. E. Fry presided. Hampton Country Club Officers Are Elected HAMPTON--Officers elected at the annual meeting of the Hamp- .tbn Country, : club ' Avere · . H:- ;E. Boehrnletv-president; W^ S.. Parks, vice president; F.' - H. . Hidgevvay, secretary-treasurer. Members of the board of governors are R. A. Wood, C. R. Harrison, D, D. Bramwell, Edwin Beebe and D. V. Purcell. MRS. SHERWOOD RITES TUESDAY Mother of Mason Cityan Dies at New Hampton at Age of 72. NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services .will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock for Mrs. F. E. Sherwood, 72, who died Saturday following a long illness. Services will be held at St. Mary's church here with the Rev. B. H. Forkenbrock, pastor, officiating. Born Miss Susan Jeffords at Hartford, Wis., on Oct. 16, 1864, the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jeffords, she came to Chiek- asaw county with her parents in 1870. Fifty-one years ago she was married to F. E. Sherwood. Her -husband has held various peace offices for the past 40 years. He is now retired. Surviving are her husband, two daughters, Miss Mabel Sherwood of Mason City and Mrs. Charles Felsing of Waterloo. Also one brother, John Jeffords of Milwaukee, Wis.; two sisters; Mrs. James Wellman of Clear.Lake and Mrs. Elizabeth Califf of Lawler. Pallbearers will be Ray Buskirk, Harry Gaffney, Frank Lentz, John Tietjen, George C. Murray and Matt Keegan. . . Delia Welter, for speeding a mo- lor vehicle between 35 and 40 miles an hour in the residence district of Algona. Briggs waived lis hearing and was fined $6 and $2 costs. Charges were filed by Patrolman A. E. Sterzing. AGAIN WINS IN SPELLING MEET Virginia Peterson, 13, Is Best Student Speller in Hancock. GARNER -- Virginia Peterson, 13, rural student of Madison township, taught by Miss Perry, won for the second consecutive year the'-Hancock county spelling contest held at Garner Saturday afternoon in the high school auditorium. Sixty-nine students were--entered. C. H. Tompkins, grade school principal pronounced the words and Mrs. Bella Peterson, deputy county superintendent was in charge. The Katter trio sang during a recess. Judges were Miss Dodd, principal of Britt school, Supt, Thorsen, Kanawha, . and Superintendent Galbreth of Klemme. The Garner Lions club 'donated ?10 in prizes, $5 to the winner and other amounts to eight other students to remain on the floor last.. .:·.:,,. :.-...-·.. :Miss Peterson .is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Peterson. She will again enter the state contest' Fined at Alffona. ALGONA--A. E. Briggs, Algona, was hailed before justice of peace, Honored at Surprise. LAKE MILLS--The women of the Synod Lutheran congregation surprised their pastor's Wife, Mrs. I. Ingebritson at her home here Saturday afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. Ingebritson expect to leave Fire in Truck Near Gamer Extinguished GARNER--A fire in a truck load of cedar posts one mile west ot Garner oh highway No. 18 was extinguished late Saturday by firemen. One of the tires caught fire, l| thought to have been caused by a '* faulty break-band. All of the tires were burned and the truck body and -posts were 'damaged. The driver was from Versailles, Mo. out as cm art Before you buy your Easier outfit look to your foundation. A Schiaparelli gown would look like a last year's number on the v;rong one. To enjoy the smartest Easter you've ever known consult one of oui expert corselieies . . let her tell you which Arlisl Model is meant for you . . . will mold you to new beauty · ·ones . . will give you a whole corset wardrobe in one. Artist .Model is completely transformed with each change of bra ifcigh backed for daytime . . low backed for evening. Even your old clothes will take a new lease on life over one of these (jmazing. All-in-Ones. F O U N D A T I O N S TOR EVERY FIGURE ; ; .^v;./: .·.·:.- : $5;-to $10 Extra Bras $2 and up The MERKEL CO. . 1037, "R. 3. neynold "OPERATING THIS 30-TON crane is no job for a man unless his digestion is O.K.," Peter Gillen says. "I like to settle back after a man-size meal and enjoy my Camels. That's living!" H ERB LEWIS (above, left) of the Detroit Red Wings, a split-second before he scored! After the game (above, rigbf)Hetb said: "I'll give Camels credit for helping me .enjoy : . my food. I'll second the motion--'for digestion's sa te--smoke Camels.' I enjoy Camels steadily." Camel smokers enjoy smoking to the full. It's Camels for a "lift" in energy. It's Camels "foe digestion's sake." Thanks to Camels, the flow of digestive.fluids--alkaline digestive fluids- speeds up. A sense of well-being follows. And Camels don't get on your nerves. THE D A R I N G glider record-holder, Dorothy Holdermait, says: "Guiding a sailplane is nerve-shattering at times. Wrought-up as I may feel, a few Camels keep my digestion running smoothly," Camels are made from finer) MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS... Turkish and Domestic...than any other papular brand. Sitnod) R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wlnston-Salera. N.C, CAPT. S.THER1AULT goes for days at a stretch -without hot; well-cooked food. "Hard tack or a big steak/'says he,"wh e a I smoke Camels it's smooth sailing so far as my digest! o a is concerned." "JACK OAKIE'S COLLEGE" Oaklet Benny Goodman's _Swing" Band! Hollywood comedian* sad staging starsl Spcaal college amateur uleot STEER-WRANGLING is part of Hardy Murphy's job. "I smoke Camels from sun-up to sun-down," Hardy says. "I take ·what chuck I get 'and count on Camels to help case my digestion." I FOR DIGESTIONS SAKE -- SMOKE CAMELS

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