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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                rtWENTYFOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE PAGE COUNTS WILL VOTE ON SECOND PAVING BOND ISSU WOULD PLAGE DEPLETED FUNDS FOR ROAD WORK Issue Will Provide for Paving North and South Roads CLARINDA May 1 ounty today votes on a road bond issue the first county In the state to attempt to pass a sec ond issue after the funds fromthe first had been expended The county two years ago ap proved a road bond issue lor the paying of highway No 3 east and west across the county the new issue of if passed would provide funds for pav ingnorth and south roads The plans call for the paving of Nos 71 and 48 and the graveling of No 84 from No 71 to College Springs H the issue is approved It Is planned to complete the paying of No 71 and the graveling of No 84 this year and in addition 48 would be graded this year and payed next year Page county la the fifth to vote on bonds this yeah Shelby Story Audubon and Adams all have passed county bond issue the total approx imating Fages voting of a second road bond issue is the out come of a legislative act raising the limit of county indebtedness from 3 to 4 per cent of the assessed val uation Two counties Dallas and Fremont will vote May 9 on a pro posal and a issue respec tively Boone county will pass on a proposed county bond is sue May 15 while Union county has set May 28 for an election on 000 issue The Dallas program calls for the paving of 70 miles of road the long est stretch of any to be considered by various counties this spring All of the four counties which have passed road bonds this spring had defeated them In previous elec tions Union county also defeated a county issue two years ago HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota ARRIVES HOME CLARKSVlLLErMrs li J Larson home from a 10 days visit to friends at Grinhell relatives at Clarion ana New Hamptoni TO GET TREATMENT iXDrMr and Mrt Fred Ehle bracht has i left for Marlon S Dak to take their eloestson who Is para lyzed there for medical treatment WILL BUILD Hewitt has pur thetwaacre tract owned by B W Snlffliv where Intends to a residence Mr Hewitt who was reared here has returned from Frazep Minn he has lived the past nine years GOES THRIJ CLINIC ARBD ALErMr and Mrs Hollls Folbrecht have gone to Rochester Minn where Mr Folbrecht will go thru theclinlc ACCEPTS POSITION Mrs Floyd Franfc enhoff with her pafentsIn law Mr and Mrs William Franken KofftoBoscpbel TVls to accept a po sltJon as bookkeeper for the firm ff her husband Is employed PARENTS OF DAUGHTER ana Mrs William Macken are the parents of a daughter ANNOUNCE BIRTH Mr and Mrs L A Me Kinney the birth of a son VISITS COUSIN Marvin from Wichita Kans Is visiting at the home of his cousin Mrs William Mahl steadt and at the Julius and Fred Cut ler homes Mr Marvin has not been here for more than 40 years HAVE PICNIC Mrs Herbert cox planned a picnleparty for her 27 Piano Pupils Give Eagle Grove Recital EAGLE GROVE May piano pupils of Miss Ollie Cowan gave a recital at the American Le gion club rooms Thenamesof the 27 who took part are as follows Helen ThebiayPatricia Cowan Gef aldine Williamson HafoM Becfc holt Betty Cowan BillyPrenm JJUL oflle Brinkerhoff LaverneStaUffer Norman Abbott Marjorie Thpmp son Carolyn Tinkham Maxlne Strain Clinton Fraser Glenroi Wil ley Evelyn Spangler Hoigene Sub 1s tt Mary Stryker Edgar PreKm Margaret Christensen Alice Hotz Phyllis Watson Helen Johnson Mary Barnes Valain Johnson Orher Gunderson Amy Ransford and Dor othy Hinkley Concluding the pro gram Miss Cowan played the Schu mannLiszt Spring Song and Der Jongleur by Toch Quarterly Conference Is Held at Clarksvilk CLARKSV1LLE May picnic supper party was held at the Methodist church by a company ol 45 The supper was followed by a meeting of the quarterly confer ence with the Rev Mr Witzigraan of Cedar Falls hi charge Sunday school class of young girla which was held In the Laube woods Monday There were 14 present TO SPEND SUMMER Bork andAlpha Schultz lett tor Lake Mills Wls here they expect to spend the sum ANNOUNCE TWINS arid Mrs Emmons Jannon announce the birth of twins a oy arid a girl GOES TO ROCHESTER C Conn has gone to Rochester Minn where lie will go hru the clinic Mr Connhas not been veil all winter and spring 40 ATTEND 40 attended he I O Oi F and Rebekah observing f childrens nightat the lodge hall FINGER SMASHED Kruger smashed IB finger on hla left hand when lie gotlite hand in the chain of the leeder MOVE TO PLYMOUTH and Mrs J Ev ensoriand Bon Elmer who have movedhero are getting settled in their new home In Plymouth Mr Evenson will run a garage where S L Seeley hashad one for Mr Seelej will move to a building across the street DAUGHTER BORN CLARK SVILLETA daughter born to Mr and Mrs Cecil Sturtevant this mornlnff VISITS SISTER and Mrs L C Jen aeh and family have been visiting in the home of the formers sister Mrs FrediElsham at Britt IS IN CHICAGO Hansen man ager of the Farmers elevator accom panied by Henry Miller of Latimer nas returned from a couple of days in Chicago looking after business raet ters VISITS DAUGHTER John Arends spent the weekend with her daughter Sylvia who Is attending college at Cedar Falls ATTENDS SCHOOL NORA Hampson ot RockFalls formerly employed by the Ueker Chevrolet garage here has left for Chicago where he will attend anelectrical school Ha expects to be gone for about three months TO ENTER CLINIC S Shannon president of the Emmet county Farm Bureau has left for Rochester Minn where he will take treatment at the Mayo clinic REPLACE HOUSE have the frame work up for the William May land farm residence northeast of Ti tonka This is to replace the house which burned to ground about two months ago ENTERTAIN MOTHERS home economics girls entertained their mothers at a oclock luncheon at the school house Tuesday CONFINED TO HOME ME SERVE Foss la ci fined to his home with neuritis VISITS GRANDMOTHER Nancy Hanson of De troit Mich is here visiting her grand mother Mrs Bess Hanson while her parents are In England on a business trip CONDITION SERIOUS Alice Carplus daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Car olusSr is in a serious condition with heart disease VISITS PARENTS LYLE and Mrs Glen Woodward and son Glen Jr have arrived for a visit at the home of Mrs parents Mr and Mrs I F Dahl The trip was made by car Via Mason City where a stop was made to visit Mr Woodwards sister Mrs Charles McCabe and family VISITS IN FERTILE Art Nealis of Clear Lake is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Kimble Mrs Nealis al one time taught ip the Fertile con solidated school VISIT DUBUQUE and Mrs Joseph Wolf Mrs Peter Wolf and Mrs Baltes jeffer are visiting this week in Dubuque and Holy Cross LEAVE AFTER VISIT and Mrs Roy War ner and son Robert of Minneapolis who were visiting at the home of Herb Marshall have left for DCs Molnes ATTEND FUNERAL ALEXANDER Mr and Mrs George Dunn and Mr and Mrs Fred Dunn attended the funeral of their itece at Geneva Minn TO HAVE OPERATION Harold Johnson vas taken to the home of her par nts at Armstrong where she is to ie operated on lor appendicitis HAS APPENDICITIS R L Stayner was operated on for appendicitis at the utheran hdspital at Hampton TO ATTEND FUNERAL Jake Thompson with N H Hnemussen and Mrs A O Jensen of Mason City left tor Fort Ransom TSi Dak where will attend the lunerai of a brother R H Rasmnssen VISIT MOTHER Joe OHara and daughter of Wadena are visiting Mrs OHaras mother Mrs G A Rye BOX BORN and Mrs Villard Schulte are the parents of a 0 pound boy born Tuesday morning his is their first child Mrs Schulte Sylverrine Helland before li carriage last June AT A GOOD BANK Our Service Isnt Restricted to those who live or woik close by You can enjoy the same superior ser MAIL FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Bank for STOPS ON WAV LucIIe Pef erson librarian left Monday night for Eagle Grove to attend a library con vention Sho stopped on her way at Algona where she was joined by Mrs Peter Christiansen DAUGHTER ILL and Mrs Mike Mayer left for Milwaukee where they were called by the Illness of their daughter Anna TO INCREASE ACREAGE brothers have completed loading their last car of potatoes They are planning on an In creased acreage this year PIONEER ILL BUFFALO Dick Melnders pioneer resident of community is seriously 111 at the home of her daughter Mrs Will Kardoes THE HOUSE OF TERROR J JTUFFERSON FARJEON cant see you or anyone What dybu make of that Sounds a bit queer replied Ru pert Go on Then he swings round and goes back into the house and slams the door after him And I know as sure ly as I know Ive got two eyes that she isnt in the house and that her fathers lying But I couldnt march up to the door and tell him BO could I Hardly What did you do Well I did the obvious thing If she wasnt in the house shed be outside the house and outside tho house Id have to look for her Your own idea occurred to me then too praps shed gone to the tea shop by another road So I pedalled back as fast as I could and barged into ie shop again But she wasnt here and when I inquired I was oid that no one had been there at all since I left Then I came on and thats all And do you know what I think What Brills got her and its her heel room that be empty tonight What With a couple of stout Fellows like us on the trail re torted Rupert forcing a cheerful ness into his voice whech he did not feel Dont you beleive it my lad Well find her Weve got to muttered Charlie and then suddenly asked Mean while what are we doing now Now Now were looking for somebody else Cella Cunningham isnt the only lady who needs us you know Joscelyn Marlowes somewhere along this road and by Jove weve got to find her too Why look he broke off excited There she is A little way ahead of them HighJSchool Seniors Graduates From Rudd Forest City and Thompson Listed Here With Account of Commencement Plans RUDD RUDD May Marth is president of the senior class of 10 which will be graduated May 30 from Rudd consolidated high school Other members of the class are Lo labelle Pennell Homer Moore Beth Bracken Oliver Philipp Minnette Bishop Eunice Finch Leland John son Alvin Kollman Alvin Bortz Lillian Brandeau Daisy Havens Al vin Birkholz Irene Schroeder and Vera Turner The commencement speaker will be A C Fuller professor at Iowa State Falls Teachers college Cedar The Rev George Turner pastor of the Methodist church of Rudd will deliver the class sermon May 26 Two class plays will he given by the seniors Both will be directed by Miss Ella may Renkes Turn to the Right will toe given May 17 and Yimmie Yonsona Yob May 27 The Juniorsenior banquet is planned for May 24 Morton Crawl is superintendent of schools and Miss Esther Fonda principal of the high school The school board is composed of A V Finch president E A Hanson Harry Moore William Roberts and Elmer Treloar FOREST CITY FOREST CITY May City high school will graduate 25 seniors May 30 The commence ment address will be made by Paul C Packer dean of the college of education University of Iowa Oliver Keeler is honor student The Rev M D Bush pastor of the Methodist church of Forest City will deliver the class sermon to the graduating class Sunday evening May 26 The services will be held at the Forest theater Those who will receive diplomas are Maynard Dean Harry Fosse Donald Gambell Myril Handy Conkling Hansen Jack Hernon Harold Moklestad Lloyd Olson Ed ward Peterson Lehman Pinckney Virgil Swanson Clarke Thompson Reidar Thompson Lucille Anderson Mildred Borg Annola Church Hilda Gjertson Enid Hanson Lois Hodson Olive Keeler Aleta Linde Viola Moen Aline Olson Blanche Twedt and Ruby Wacker A feature of the program of the Juniorsenior banquet to be held at Hotel Hawkes May 3 will be a two act play Oh Why Didnt It Rain given by the junior class The senior play Nothing But the Truth di rected by Mrs Floy Mann Scher merhorn Gladbrook will be given May 31 An operetta Belle of Barcelona directed by Miss Alice M Dragstedt and presented by the high school glee clubs was given April 26 Myrtle Banna and Robert Hill had the leading rolea The annual ex hibit of the Forest City schools will Be held afternoons and evenings Thursday and Friday May 9 and 10 in the high school gymnasium Members of the school board are H R Irish president Thorwald Thorson Ed Hirt F W Russell and P G Gloster Cameron M Ross is superintendent of schools and Miss DeEtta A Hall is principal of the high school THOMPSON THOMPSON May Holbrook Cedar Rapids lecturer of the Iowa State college extension service will address 25 seniors of Thompson high school at the annual commencement exercises May 23 The class sermon will be given May 19 by the Rev Beldeu Weikel pas tor of the Methodist church The graduates led by Clara Colt vet valedictorian are Adrian Aus tin Delma Austin Hubert Bear Cora Dahl Opal Ellefson Marion Elefson Mae Evenson Glee Flor ence Margaret Flugum Tsobel Fro wlck Henrietta Hagenson Margar et Hesby Nora Ingebritson Julia Johnson Agnes Moen Sanford Overlie Ive Oxmun Opal Randall Voilet Robinson Pearl Rush Em ory Stewart and Leonard Sandell The senior class play Adam and Eva directed by George N Church ill principal of the high school will be given May 16 The juniorsenior banquet will be held May 10 Senior Flunk day is scheduled for May 17 and class day exercises for May R C Edmundson is superinten dent of schools Members of the board of education are J W Hal verson president C C Peckhah Ole Lockrem Mrs Otto Alquist and Mrs H P Juhl standing by the roadside was Joscelyn Marlowe She had been bending down looking at some thing when Rupert had first caught sight of her but as the car ap proached she straightened herself and turned The car slowed down and stopped Im glad youve come said Joscelyn something Rupert and Charlie jumped qulck CHRYSLER MOTORS PRODUCT Beauty Aew Comfort and New Smoothness Beyond comparison among lowpriced cars improved A Plymouth is 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