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   Jewell Record (Newspaper) - July 8, 1948, Jewell, Iowa                                THE JEWELL RECORD VOLUME 64 38 JULY 1948 AND PER YEAR DEPARTMENT ACCEPTS PROPOSAL OF RALPH DRAPER TO BUILD AND RENT NEW BUILDING FOR JEWELL POST OFFICE Negotations that have been under way almost a year past were finally completed the past week which will provide a new home for Jewells Ralph Draper received word last week that the post office department has accepted his proposal to erect a building de signed for postoffice use to be rented to the department under a longterm lease and the local post office officials received notice from the department authorizing them to move into the new location as soon as construction is complet This will be good news for Jewell people who long have been hopeful of getting more adequate postoffice The new building that Dra per will erect will be located on the corner lot that he bought last year of the former Herby Hood It will be a onestory without base fronting The size will be feet entrance will be at the north side of the east front opening into a vestibule which opens into a lobby along the north about 12x30 feet in The rear west end of the building will be a work room for postoffice personnel and in that part will also be the rest Sportsmens Club Committee To Meet Conservation Officers The Little Wall Lake Sports mens Club at its regular monthly meeting Thursday evening of last week authorized appointment of a committee to meet with members of the State Conservation Com mission of Iowa when that Com mission holds its August meeting at Clear President Schlafle was instructed to appoint members of the committee and to include thereon at least one from each of as many as possible of the towns represented in the member ship of the Information the club has is that the Conservation Commission will meet at Clear Lake August 7 and and the local club has written asking for an appointment at some hour at that The pur pose in seeking such appointment is to discuss with the Commission what the over one thousand mem bers of the local club have accomp lished to date in promoting im provement of Little Wall and to find out what steps next to Following the business session Thursday Hermit Doo of Webster showed a very interesting motion film on a moose hunting trip in Canada last October by a party of five Webster City The pictures revealed that the five men each got a as well as one bear and several It was a very interesting Sudan Mission Field iWbrker Here Eve furnace room and clonk I There will be a large plate glass window on the east south of I the There will be three windows at the north and three at the south the south windows being i The building will be of block construction on the south land west of brick and glass on the north and The building will set back 10 feet from the sidewalk Ion the 6 feet from the side Iwalk on the I The postoffice department plans to Install all new fixtures in the The floor of the build ing will be asphalt The build ing will be built by Draper and will be rented to the postofiice de partment on a tenyear lease with option of a tenyear Good Neighbors Plow Nels Nelsons Corn Nels farmer living north east of is another who is thoroughly sold on the belief that ones ncighbors are mighty fine friends at a time when good friends are Nelson was laid up with rheumatism all last week and that was the week he really needed to be in his corn field to get it laid by before it grew too Last Friday four of his neighbors pulled in with tractors and plows and completed the job for The men who performed that Good Neighbor act were Orville Wlllard John Gene Foval and Veneer Weid Jewell Town Officials and Pro fessional and Business Men To Share Cost Of Providing More WellLighted CloseIn Auto Parking Through the cooperation of Jew ell business and professional men and women and town officials of plans now have been per fected for a project that it is be lieved will greatly improve the auto parking situation in Jewell and will better serve the constantly increasing numbers of farm folks who make Jewell their Safer traffic on Highway 69 through Jew ell is also part of the plan decided As a matter of lessening auto traffic hazards on Highway the council has adopted an ordi nance changing the parking regula tions on that Parallel park ing will be as in the past the west side of the street from the Phillips service station corner south two to the John Johnson corner No auto parking will be permitted whatever on the east side of the and parking will not be permitted on the west side from the John Johnson cor ner Builds Curbs and Gutters To offset parking space lost on Highway new auto parking ac comodations will be provided on both sides of the street from the THE AMERICAN WAY I DIDWT KNOW THIS KEY WOULD LET THAT Expect To Dedicate Story City Sunset Home Early In Renorts from Story City received this week is that it is expected that the new addition to the Lutheran Old Peoples Home in that towa will be ready for dedication the fore part of In spite of j material work on the building has made fairly good j progress and it will now be not COUNTY REPUBLICANS MET IN WENI1 Named Delegates To Republi can State Convention Of July State Judicial July And District Judicial Hamilton county republicans met many more weeks until the strucin delegate convention at the court jUue will be The new house in Webster City Friday and I addition will enable the home to elected delegates to the republican accept a good many applicants who convention that will be held have long been on its wai ing j in Des Moines July 23 delegates to the republican state judicial con vention to be held in Des Moinea July 30 and delegates to the llth district judicial convention to be Awake Too Late Sportsmen Can Do Much To Provide Themselves Sport A Record Reader Suggests Need Of Providing Winter Food And Nesting and Protection From Pre dators for Iowa Native Central States Builds At Its Eldo A news story in Sundays Des held at Moines paper states that construei Lloyd Karr acted as chair tion has been started at Eldora of the county with a new generating plant by the Tom Goodhope serving as Central States Electric j Georg The new plant will increase the j iana sixth district woman companys plant investment at member of the state committee who Eldora to a half million was an alternate delegate to the and the increased facilities for j recent republican national conven production of electric current will tion at gave an in further assure good service for i teresting talk reviewing the high Jewell and all other central Iowa lights of that Dele towns that this company gates elected were The story in the Des Moines paper states that building additions State Convention Frank chairman are planned and new concrete haws will siinnnrf hpaw new pn i Arnold Casper bases will support heavy new en gmes and other Two Tom Geor supercharged Frank gines will be STATE CANDIDACIES By Palmer We have but three native i fields and on the weed seed and the Hamilton County Convention game birds and animals in fruit of various plants that are re ton Countythe ft Frank Archer Os Floyd Rummell and Leslie Raymond John Walk Soren Luella Lottie Law rence Eugene Will Warnke and Roy State Judicial Convention chairman and the As sportsmen and as a Sportsmans Club I think as hard as the food situation ap pears the pheasant usually sur it should be the duty of each one viyes except in severe weather after the worst storms whenpacked D Stewart Resolutions Express Lloyd Lawrence proval Of Gillette and zer Omit All Reference to pTaui poo I Rube Hen of us to maintain help increase and then the population of the snow covers nearly of his Then it is we have to help him a pheasant at a desirable It little but why shouldnt we Look at all the sport he gave us all through the look at the count very apparent in the last few years Jess of noxious weeds and destructive insects he destroyed during the it our to do something for him we get some satisfaction in has been proven and has become j very apparent in the last few years i that the habitat or and food are the limiting factors in the increase and decrease of any turn type of We have been fwtu nate in having a good nesting sea son this spring and prospects are Cant helping him survive the winter so we can enjoy his presence the following year Actually it is only a sood investment because we givft and receive so I would like to see a plan carried out by the Little Wall Lake Sports mens Club whichwould help our very good tor a good pheasant sea son this least in comparison with recent The pheasant needs cover in the spring to nest and to protect the the and themselves from the weather and from the j tain we could do or have done and other pre1 nothing better which would prove dator birds and nests are destroyed because they in the ways conservation and a are laid in hayfields that are deserves something in Im cer John Leslie and Judean The democrats of Hamilton District Judicial Convention holding a county conveni Margaret chairman tion Fridav at Wphstpr fitv arlnnt Lawrence K Gruen tion triday at Webstei adoptwajd R G Remley w ed resolutions endorsing the demostewcrt Lund and Lloyd cratic state candidates from Iowa Lyon township delegates attend but significantly omitting endorse ing the convention were Anton Jonn ment of the administration of Merlill E and democratic President The Frank resolutions adopted were as pM6e W Schlafke port the Democratic nominee for i DlCO Sunday United States the Honor able Guy whose years Otto wellknown of service in the lower house of longtime resident of Jewell and Congress and in the Senate were died at his home in of inestimable value to his t npinci sundav and whose whole life has IJewel1 at o bunoay been devoted to the welfare of the His death was due to a people a man of distinguished j heart ailment of which he had ability whose return to the United suffered for a long time and had thc past and rejoicing in the entire seven before the eggs hatch and the hen leaves her nest because it is ruined by machinery or the eggs are eaten by crows or some other Im roe suitable cover were avail able along dredge along around ponds and and in other places not suited for the mortality in our pheasant hatch would be replaced We proudly support the candi funeral service was held at I would like to see the dacy of me tionoraoie t oclock Wednesday afternoon club establish a number of refuges the fighting prosecutor ot weanesaay airernoon throughout the area which would Polk for Governor of the at Bethesda Lutheran con provide and food great State of on the Demoducted by the for the pheasant when he needs it cratic In little more than Edgar Nesse Burial was in Ever ana keen cemetery in Serving We have many interested farm ers In our The farmer is or sent them to State Prison for at leasthe should the and is now investigating the mens best On nearly every trail of wrongdoing that may lead farm is a patch of a dredge from the Court House to the State a or some uutillable We wish him more and trust that he may not be i aiiu nuot itiav with an increase in the number and four or five be hampered by interference from available in the Few people made into an ideal If officials in the Republican en realize the damage done by crows these farmers would consent the United club could appoint five or ten mem i bers to work with a farmer and service these areas really count jn Ducks Unlimited have estimathelping the pheasants They could wil cd that between eight and ten perplant trenched State Elect Delegates The democratic convention was presided over by Lund UUill DIUCO cwfc I VU WtHV x it alley in the rear of the Phillips cent Oi au duck nests are that are adapted to the service station west a half block toiby crows in certain areas of the would provide the food the north from that corner northern nestine Anvshelter ine John of the Sudan Mission field in will speak and show slides Sunday evening at 8 at Bethesda Lutheran Watne at the present time is finishing his seminary work at Luther Theological Minn He will be ordained late this summer before returning to the mission was a member of the Gospel Team of the Lutheran Bible Institute in the summer of He was born and reared in Norway and came to this country as a young and for a number of years made his home at Eagle After completion of his work at the Lutheran Bible Insti he was called by the Board of the Sudan Mission He has been much in demand as a mission speaker and incidentally also a vio A free will offering will be re ceived for the work of the one block on both sides of the and east a half blockon nesting who calls himself a not be more than or would like to be called a sportsand fifteen yards wide ana trees which and area ntea with Percy Neese serving as Paul gon and Fred Doolittle were named as delegates to the as casket bearers were DeVere Lars Kleave Otto Kal seim and Frank Otto Schlafke was a son of and Henry He was born at January and died July at the age of 81 5 months and 17 When 4 years old he came with his parents to in the year He lived six years in Marsh all With his parents he then came to Hamilton county and more n luuvicic v SnUUUUK call uc aiiu ia t i being built sides of the art whicn giviflg j where his home ever since has been in Jewell community In his 71 judicial to be neiajvears resjdence engaged in August The following were farming until he retired and moved named as delegates to the demoto Jewell 12 years Sclafke thit will I was a prominent figure m the cratic state convention that will street on that total of two snnrtsmen enjoyable luiwmauu of the curb to be set back snooting and at the same time proflora grasses around the edge for two feet from the outside of the vides and protection and pine and sidewalk linegiving a twofoot rabbits with every dead crow for sheHer and food in the park between sidewalk and curb De4ieve Hamilton county pays a or plum thicket The space between the gutter and 10c bounty on them so you can tion and and with icd the blacktop will be surfaced with your shells and some good prac1 vetch and partridge pea crushed rock and will be marked ticef There is no good crow other planted within inri rnvoi for diagonal new electric lights will be erected so that this parking area will be than a dead The pheasant needs shelter in the winter especially as the we would have given tha pheasant a home on the cold winter days and The plants for such a cliff He serve many years as a director and official of the Mrs Percy chairman farmerowned elevator in Jewell Lacy George Thomp1 and was active in farm organization son Betty William j He was a member of Bethes Lester Ida Lutheran church of Anna Albert Schlafke was married to Miss Guhl John John An Hannah of derson Truman Joe Engelj January Six children by A Edmund i were born to one Seiser Gesley and Emma having preceded refuge would hot come to than five five dollar Alternates named for the dem ocratic state convention are as well This area will projsnow coid and fox en vide diagonal parking for between j deavor to reduce their 180 and 200 cars and will have the we have all noticed how pheasants investment that would provide a follows Lester Mrs advantage of being located more Jn pium in home for hundreds of pheasants Ralph Sonvenilntly to the8 business street evergreen and along dredge I in the next ive j H Maxon George than the highway 69 space to the bankas in The only i After the was made the ington John Gilbert and Hem south that it reasons for this are because of the I weeds would have be cut once or As a further measure of slowing down traffic through two electric blinker lights will be set one to the north and one to the south of the business dis Part of the cost of this ex tensive improvement will be paid by the part by business and professional men and women ot It involves no expense to owners of residential properties on which the curb and gutters FOOD SALE Ellsworth Early Risers 4H Club will hold a food sule at Mays Plymouth Garage July home heUer afforded ad food more j twice a year for about two years to They must have shelter allow the plants to get a Five They during the cold winter the same as The last requirement of the pheasant is In the summer the pheasant is indeed a friend of the He lives on scores oi different on leaves and seeds of many and on the thousands of weed seeds on and in the Winter the ground and the snow covers the The insects are gene or safe from tbe pheasant in the frozen most of the weeds arc frozen in the ground and covered with and the pheas ant has to live on what corn he can dollars and a few hours of work and you have built a home that will last seventyfive we have a club and members who are true with initatice VWWWWj v made and bread will be from the snowcovered AMES WEDNESDAY Carl Thoreson of Ames died at Wednesday evening of this Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at in the Bethesda Lutheran church in County Committee Organized Members of the democratic county central committee met im mediately following the county con vention and organized for the coming George Worthing of Webster was named county chairman Max of county chairwoman Percy of Attending the convention from Jewell were John Ralph Albert and him in He is survived by his one Mabel Premiss of Nevada and four sons Frank and Glenn Schlafke of and Henry Schlafke of 18 grandchildren and 7 great grand On Fish Survey Job For Summer Months Palmar left Monday to report at Spirit Lake to take up work with the Conservation Com mission of with three other boys will work under the supervision of Fisheries making fish surveys in all the Iowa lakes in the northwest section of the This survey work will continue through the months of July and with Spirit Lake as   

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