Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 13, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 13, 1957
Page 7
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Allocation of Road Use Tax Funds at New High Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa mr Tueiday, Aug. 13, 19S7 Jf Rose Centerpiece PES MOINES - Allocation of road use tax funds to counties and cities and towns reached an all- time high in August, according to the Iowa Good Roads Association- State Treasurer M. L. Abrahamson has allocated funds to Iowa's 99 counties and 944 incorporated cities and • towns on the formula basis established in 1949. Under that formula counties receive 35% of the fund on an area basis for secondary roads and cities and towns get 8%. In addition,' the 15% farm-to-market road fund is divided 6% on a need basis and 9 «c on an area basis and the remaining 42% goes to the primary road fund. Over* 14 Million The state treasurer allocated more than $14,000,000, which consisted of the regular August allocation plus a $9,000,000 "balance" which the treasurer had on hand at the close of the fiscal year in unallocated funds. Of the total, $4,910,055 was in secondary funds, $1,122,218 for cities and towns, $2,104,309 in farm-to-market money and $5,892,86fi for primary roads. "The so-called balance actually was motor vehicle registration fees in the hands of county treasurers which had not been called in," Gerald Bogan, executive sec- reary of the Iowa Good Roads Association, said. "Under a new interpretation of a law passed by the 1957 legislature, all motor vehicle registration fees will be reported monthly to the state treasurer rather than on a 'draw' basis as in the past. It should be kept in mind that the August allocation is not an average one. In fact, the allocation should have been made in the fiscal year when the collections were made." County, City Figures Following is the distribution by counties of $4,910,055.09 secondary mart monpv from accumulated ! each pattern for tst-class mailing.! roaa money uum dccummaiea, Se|)( , ^ o DaUy T(meR Herald( 2 &: Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box | 168, .Old Chelsea Station, New York An unusual combination of filet' and regular crochet gives a beautiful, different effect to this rose; centerpiece. A fascinating design to : crochet. PRttern 7022: crochet directions : for 19-inch dolly !n No. 30 cotton; larger In string. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for ; funds, the apportionment based on an area basis: Audubon, $38,740.35; Boone, $50,546.10; Buena Vista. $50,721.00; Calhoun, $49,933,95; Carroll. $50,021.40; Crawford, $62,526.75; Greene, $50,371.20; Guthrie, $52,207.65; Ida 37.603.50: Sac, $50,371.20; Shelby, $51,508.05. Following is the distribution to 944 incorporated cities and towns: Arcadia $287; Auburn $236: Audubon $1896; Bayard $428; Boone $8215; Brayton $161; Breda $342; Carroll $4208; Charter Oak $480; Coon Rapids $1132: Dedham $243; Denison $3076; Dow City $354; Exira $762; Ft. Dodge $16,962; Glidden $673; Grand Junction $700; Gray $124; Guthrie Center $1379; Harlan $2644: 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Pattern Number, Slie. A bonus for our readers two i FREE patterns, printed In our 1 new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book for 195"! Plus a variety of designs '• to order—crochet, knitting, em-; broidery, huck weaving, toys, dolls. ; others. Send 25 cents for vour copy ; I of this needlerrafl bonk—now! • I Lee Heaths of Lake City Observe 40th Anniversary <Tim*» Herald Newt Service) LAKE CITY — In observance of their 40th wedding anniversary, Mr. ,| and Mrs. Lee Heath of Lake City held open house at the commun- ; ity building hpre Sunday after- > Halbur $159; Holstein $902: Ida j noon with more than 100 guests, Grove $1487; Irwin $257; Jamaica $204; Jefferson $2922; Kimballton $298: Kiron $172; Lake City $1559; Lake View $782; Lanesboro $189; Lidderdale $122; Lohrville $471; Madrid $1235: Manilla $699: Manning $1216; Mapleton $1254; Odebolt $864; Paton $273; Perry $4170;'j Ralston $112; R e m s e n $864; Rockwell City $1576; Sac City $2141: Schaller $568; Schleswig $507; Scranton $602; Storm Lake $4697; Templeton $260; Ute $380; Vail $359; Wall Lake $509; Westside $265; Yale $198; Yetter $82. DIES OF INJURIES ORANGE CITY iff) - Services were held Tuesday for Arie Van Dyke, 32, Orange City, who died of injuries received last Thursday in a car-truck collision last Thursday near Breckenridge, Minn. Slim Twosome Printed Pattern present. The reception table was cen-;| tered with a three-tiered anniversary cake wreathed at the base with red roses and greenery, and | topped by a silver '"40" in a clus-j ter of net ruffles Ruby-red candles: | were also used and a ruby-red rib- i bon ornamented the cake knife.; Mrs.. Dewey Toms and Mrs. Bruce Shoemaker made the cake, which was decorated by Mrs. Richard Wineinger, the former June ] Heath. Mrs. Roy McCuon poured coffee; Mrs. Frank Fowlie of Lake View! served punch; Mrs. Lynn Cornel- | ius cut the cake. Others assisting were Mrs. Jack Carisch, Mrs. Elvis Brassfield, Mrs. R. P Sievert, I Mrs. Toms, Mrs. Shoemaker, and| Mrs. Richard Mathews of Spirit! Lake. Phyllis DeSart had charge of j the guest book, and Myrleen De-, Sart and Barbara Heath, of the! gifts. Pearl Amsden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amsden of Lake! City, and Lee Heath, son of Mr. and! | Mrs. Bian Heath of Rockwell City. | were married August 15, 1917, at' the Baptist parsonage in Lake City,' | with the Rev. C. F. Lusk reading; the marriage service. They are' parents of four children: Ruthj (Mrs. Myrle DeSart) of Lake City; \ June (Mrs. Richard Wineinger) of- Omaha; Frank Heath of Lake City; and Betty, who died in Infancy. Their three living children together with the sons-in-law and! 1 daughter-in-law and - their five grandchildren were present on Sun- 11 day. Mr. and Mrs. Heath have lived in j the vicinity of Rockwell City and' Lake City all of their married life. At Sunday's observance Mr. and Mrs. Heath received many gifts and cards. One of the highly-prized cards was signed, by Mr. Heath's father, Bian Heath of Rockwell City, 'who was unable to be present. Mrs. Heath's father, Frank Amsden of Lake City, was one of the anniversary guests, as were Mr. Heath's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey of Rockwell City. Other guests were from Auburn, Churdan, Clemens, Farnhamyille, Gowrie, Irwin, Lake City, Lake View, Rockwell City, Sac City, Somers, Spirit Lake, Yetter, Omaha, Nebraska, and Syracuse, Nebraska. 9178 i2--2o* Stunning two-ptecer — and sew- easy with our Printed Pattern! See the graceful prince** bodice with it* clever trim or buttons and bow; gleek lines of the skirt—e-o-o flattering! * . <, Printed Pattern 9178 Wisei' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Slie 16,'takei l?J yards 35-lnch fabric; % yard contrast. Printed direction* on ea .cn pattern part, Bailer, accurate, • Send Thirty-five oentt (coins) for this pattern—add B cents for each pattern for Itt-clais mailing, m West, 18th ft;. J*#W York, W GROUP MEETS TO QUILT (time* Hen)4 News. Serv|«e) MANNING -Ihe Busy Thimbles of the Presbyterian Church | met Thursday afternoon, Aug. 8, with 10 members present. Mrs, Grovel: Bartels gave the devotions. Following an afternoon of quilting, Amanda Sievers and Mrs. Minnie j Rlx served lunch. AT MECHANIC'S SCHOOL <T(me« Herald >ew» fervloe) MANNING Richard Dam- rhann, son of Mr, and Mrs, Leiter; Dammann, has completed ba The Carroll Chamber of Commerce and 248 Members Welcome the 1,300 Members of the Carroll County Farm Bureau to their Annual - A •*»i FARM BUREAU PICNIC Thursday, August 15 At GRAHAM PARK PROGRAM V 9:30 a. m.-Softball Game. 10:00 a. m.-Horseshoe Pitching Contest 12:00 Noon-Potluck Dinner. 1:00 p. m.-Games for the Children. 1:30 p, m-Games for Adults. 2:00 p. m.-Tug-o-War. 2:00 p. m.-Softball Game, (Rural Young Pcoplt vs. Board af Diractars All-Stort) THIS! PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS ARE SPONSORING THIS BOOSTER PAOt AMUSRMRNTS Carroll Theatre 1M C Sth St D\Ml MOO AUTOMOTIVE Houlihan Motor* Bwy 71 h 3rd Dial ttTf Automotive llectrle IM N. Mala Dial 3591 AWNINSS and CLAM Oeerg* Millar 104 <U> St Dial Mo> RAKRRIRS Carroll oakery •91 N. Adam* Dial am ORUO) STORM Rettenmaler Brut Store 118 W Sth St Dial 3809 •ARM IMPLRMRNTS •urge** Tractor Co. u •03 N. Main St Dial 31M FARM MANAORMRN? V. Stuart Parry 111 N. Wert St Dial 90S3 FINANCIAL ORGANIZATIONS Commercial Saving* Rank 101 W Sth St Dial 3511 J. A. Dougherty Farm Lean* »09 N. Main Dial 9S4S FLORISTS P»rk Otrdant Raft oa Hwy 30 DU1 33*0 FOOD STORRS Hlnky-Olnky Store* Ml N. Court St Dial MIS •IFT SHOP The Left •31 N Mala MANUFACTURRRS Carroll Creamery Co. 117 W Sth St. Dial 3331 Holder Manufacturing Co, ' 133 W 3rd St Dial 3ST1 MORTICIANS Huffman Funeral Homo 703 K Carroll Dial 3353 FLUMSINO A HRATIN0) Joe P. Frank J1S t sth St Dial 33*3 •check 1 * Plumbing A Heating 216 West Sth St. Carroll towa Dial SMI SHOI RP.PAIR Andaraon Rree. Shea Store 810 N Adam* Dial iSST - Kramer Shoe Shop 407V* N Main Dial 3871 SOFT WATRR IRRVICR Prank J. luchholt •17 N Mala Dial WIS UTILITIIS Iowa Publl* Service Co. 83| N Mala Dial 3518 law* iiactric tight A Powor 130. W «Vst Dial 3911 WMOLRSALI HOUSIt _ Farner-lecken Co. Bwy. JO Eart pial»»» Why 9. lliawhirt Whsfi Carroll MM • -> . 'A 1 *

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