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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Water revenue bonds sold at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON The sale Of in water revenue bonds Tor the city of New Hamp ton to a DCS Moines company was approved by the city council tore this week The successful bidder Beck er and Cownie Inc submitted the lowest of five sealed bids en tered at an effective interest rate of 30495 per cent and a net interest cost of Other bids included those of Van Home Investments Inc Omaha Neb Sparksand Com pany Neu md Company and larlelon D Ben Company all of DCS Moines The bond contract was award ed following an open hearing on their issue that found no ob jectors A hearing on an amendment to the current city budget held the same night however did find a number of objectors pres ent The objections presented were to an increase in the san itation fund expenses New Hampton the past year opened a new landfill operation after abandoning its old city Object to US 18 relocation at Postville AMKS A petition signed by i300 people objecting to the proposed relocation of Highway 18 between Postville and New Hampton was presented to the Iowa Highway Commission at a meeting here Wednesday The petition was presented to Ihc commission by Mark Buch heit West Union attorney on behalf of residents living along ON OPERATION Marine Pfc Lorcn L Bnmsvold son and Mr anil Mrs Laurence BrunsvoM Kcnsctt is partici pating in Operation Silver Lance off the coasl of Cali fornia More than 50000 Ma rines and sailors are partici pating in t h e amphibious I raining operation Bnmsvold a graduate of NorthwoodKcn sclt High School has been in the Marines sine December ie present route of Highway 18 ctwecn Postville and N c amplon The signers of the petition ob cct to a proposal included in ie latest fiveyear plan of the ommission which would relo ate Highway 18 on a n c v tictch of highway to be buil cst from Postville to Lawlcr At present Highway 18 swing oullnvesl from Postville to Vest Union and then west to ie intersection with Highway 3 From that intersection the ighway swings north to New iamplon In his presentation to the com nission Buchheit charged that he proposed relocation would ill Ihc tourist trade and even ually several small towns ump site Objections to the iiidget amendment were over uled by the council on a unan mous vote The water revenue bond issue vill cover remaining expenses on a comprehensive water im jrovcment program which in ludes a newly constructed stor age tank additional water main a new well and a new pump louse The total cost of the proj ect now completed is estimated at approximately In other action at its meeting he council directed chief of jolice Charles Whalen to gel mis on a new police car with lie bids to be presented to the council on March 15 By unanimous vote the coun cil also approved a resolution granting approval for replace mcnt of the present bridge on Iowa Highway 24 East Main Street by twin reinforced con crete culverts The bridge spanning a creek that cuts through the eastern section of the city is being re placed by joint action of the city and Highway Commission High way 24 itself was widened and paved within the corporate limits of New Hampton the past summer 4H leaders get heart information ALGONA Mrs Marcella Meson City March 4 1H1 Area farmers set pace in signup for grain program By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director Farmers from 33 North Iowa counties are signing up for the 1965 federalfeed grain program at a faster rate than the average Iowa farmer This fact was brought out Wednesday in a release from ON PROGRAM Two North Iowa bankers will Walter C Ferguson executive be on the program at the fifth annual North Iowa Agricultural Institute to be held March 11 in Mason City Martin Fabricius president of the Farm ers National Bank at Osage will moderate a morn ingpanel on farm credit needs JF Rusty Ken nedy president of the First National Bank at New Hampton will be a member of the panel Tickets for the institute can be obtained at any of Mason Citys three banks or 4he Mason City Cham ber of Commerce office director of the Iowa Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service guardian of the pro gram in the state Area students seek SCI science awards CEDAR FALLS Eighteen long the present route of thcjChapman Mason City division jghway jal director for Ihc North Central lowa Division of he American proposed plan would Assn presented material t h c bypassing of such The ncan owns as Freclcricksburg West Jnion and ClcrmorTt Only one lew own Lawlcr would he on on mouthlomouth resuscitation and heart diseases to the 4H leaders of Kossuth County Ses sions were held with the men he new route Buchheit said jon onc anci with the women Commission Chairman Harryieadcrs on Hie other Bradley DCS Moines said noj Mrs chapman told of the Iccision on the proposed rolknowledge in phases of icart diseases heart attacks iiiul moulhtomoulh resuscita tion as a little bit of knowledge might some day save a life She presented a realistic film entitled The Breath of Life which portrayed various scenes of breathingsloppage and the students from eight North Iowa high schools will he among 180 Iowa science students who will compete for scholarship awards during the second annual Sci ence Symposium at Slate Col Icge of lowa March 1213 The North lowans and the high schools they will represent are Richard Caruth and Mary Lawson both of Alclen Gerald Jorgenscn Dennis Franke and Laura lane Pruin all of New man High School Mason City Patricia Hove and Marcus Ben dickson both of Rake D a r y 1 Schmilt Hampton Thomas Havey Timothy Kell and Jennifer Rausch all of Im maculate Conception H i g 1 cation would lie made until next all In other commission action Wednesday a contract to build a twin reinforced concrete box culvert on lowi 24 in N c w Hampton was let to the Oliphant Engineering Co Toddvillc The eonlrait was for 818372 ichool Charles City Marc hristianscn Robert Davies and Ken Hay all of Hampton Rodney Methus and Paul Mueller both of North Central at Manly Mike Fischer Jr owa Falls Donna Mihm Law e r resident attending Turkey alley The students will compete for awards in the areas of physics oiology and chemistry First place winners in each ot these areas will receive a four year fee exemption at SCI worth about and a cash award of to be used at any school Second place awards will be 5200 The six winners will be se lected on a basis of a compre hensive twohour test adminis tered on the SCI campus Plan joint services at Rudd World Day of Pray er Service will be held Friday at the Rudd Methodist Church The theme of the program will be What the Lord Doth Re quire Three churches in the com munity will combine there scrv ce for this occasion They are Eden Presbyterian Wcsleyan Methodist and Rudd Methodist Church In the release figures shuw hat 4TSper cent as many farmers who participated in the 19C4 program in the North Iowa counties already had signed up for this years program by MOD day Across the entire state 44 per cent as many farmers had signed up this year as last year The signup for the program will continue through March 26 Ferguson expressed confidence that at least as many Iowa farmers will have signed up for the program by that date as did in 1964 The 13 North Iowa counties in eluded in the ASCS report are Butler Ccrro Gordo Chickasaw Floyd Franklin Hancock Hardin Howard Kossuth Mil chcll Winncbago Worth and Wright Two services be held childrens service at p m with Mrs Russell Wenzel in charge and a family service at p m Three meditations will be given and there will be special music and prayers All three churches will participate in this The planning this program committee for is Mrs Ben Last year in those counties 17830 farmers participated in the program Through Monday 8493 had indicated they wil participate in the 1965 program In the entire state last year 117394 farmers were in the pro ram By Monday hac signed up for this years pro gram Since there are 25307 farm in the 13 North Iowa counties ibout 34 per cent already hav signed up for the 1D65 program Lust year 70 per cent of th arms participated about eigh per cent above the state aver age for participation The 8500 farmers who hav signed up for the program i North Iowa have put in a tola of 272430 acres or about 3 acres a farm Across the state the 52000plus farms in the pn gram have diverted about 1580 Ducscnbcrg chairman Mrs Russell Wcnzcl Mrs Harold Doescher Mrs Lloyd Johnson Mrs Harry Schrader and Mrs Esther Cords 000 acres about farm Swea City PTA supper meeting to be Monday A H Foth services will he held Saturday at am at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church here for A II Poth 71 retired Osage businessman Mr Foth died Wednesday at his home Burial will be in lite church cemetery with the Kcv Thomas Conroy officiating The Champion Funeral 1 o m c Osage is in charge of arrange ments Survivors include his wife Adelaide two sons Hoberl and Thomas both of Osagc and M grandchildren Mr and Mrs Folh previously lived in Bancroft James L Agnew proper methods of restoring brcalhing She also used a lifesized man nequin which allowed the lead ers to practice resuscitation Assisting Mrs Chapman were Joyce Haytlcn Algona Kossuth County nurse and Mrs Dorothy Campncy Burt chairman of the SWEA CITY The amniallnurscs division of the North PTA supper will be held Monday Central lowa Heart Assn Most with serving from G pm untilof Ihe leaders have made ar Proceeds will go lo thclrangcmcnls for Mrs Chapman Foreign Exchange Student fund lo appear at their next 4H of which Ihc PTA is a sponsor The menu will include oven fried chicken corn slaw breads dessert and beverage The regular PTA meeting will be held al in lie gym There will be free baby sitters for parents who wish lo attend the meeting There will be a panel discussion on various timely school topics according to PTA president Mrs Glen Clark acres Of the 13 North Iowa countie Ccrro Gordo County easily leac in the number of acres divcrle LAWRENCE COPLEY HIS far under the program In 2crro Gordo 745 farmers had iverted nearly 31800 acres by londay This averages out to nearly 43 acres per farm diverted in that county well above the state iverage as well as the average or the area The 31800 acres diverted by erro Gordo County farmers bus far is exceeded by only two counties in the state In Wood ury County 976 farmers have Jivertcd 39355 acres and in Palo Alto County 1117 farmers have diverted 33202 acres Cerro Gordo County also was among the top 10 counties in the state last year in the percentage of farmers participating in the program and also in the amount of money paid out for diverted acres Lawrence Copley office man ager of the Cerro Gordo ASC says he believes most ASCS people across the state are fairly well pleased by the signup for the program thus far this year One reason for Cerro Gordo Countys large participation Copley believes may be due to the fact that the county has larger farms than some other counties and that these larger farms are more inclined to go into the program for a bigger percentage of their feed grain bases The manner in which the program is presented to the farmers also has something to do with the percentage of sign ups and how much they divert Copley believes Second to Cerro Gordo County in the number of acres already diverted for the 1965 program in North Iowa is Kossuth County In that county 1031 farmers have diverted 28717 acres Other North Iowa counties the number of farmers signed up for the program as of Monday and number of diverted acres are Butler 648 farms 19598 acres Chickasaw 511 farms 16547 acres Floyd 662 farms 23811 acres Franklin 647 farms 22811 acres Hancock 481 farms 15193 acres Hardin 802 farms 23132 acres Howard 607 farms 19542 acres Mit chell 539 farms 18585 acres Winnebago 739 farms 22049 acres Worth 386 farms 12780 acres and Wright695 farms and 18156 acres The drought in North Iowa last year may be the reason some farmers are holding back getting into the program this year Copley points out Because of the drought many area farmers had their grain supplies seriously depleted Be cause of this Copley says they may want to raise all the grains they can this year and there fore arent going to get into the program in 1965 FASHION SHOP Two Doors South Of Our Childrens Shop Plan carnival at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL school band mothers will hold the an nual carnival Saturday night in the local high school A king and meeting Kossuth County junior leaders at winter camp ALGONA Thirtyseven Kos sulh County junior leaders 4H attended winter camp for Ithrce days at the state 111 camping center near Madrid Outdoor activities including Diking skating snowballing making snowmen The iII members presented a program on leadership and physical fitness They planned and presented Iheir own cvcninj iciuccn will be crowned during selected and the carnival Funeral services Candidates have been selected will be held Saturday at p m at the Reid Funeral Home here for James L Agnew a retired railroad employe Mr Agncw died Wednesday at a Charles Cily hospital Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery programs of games square dancing and folk dancing Morning and evening vespers added a spiritual phase to Ihe camp and the Protestant Sunday from each class They arc C1vjcc included a religious at Greene with the Rev G F Buller officiating Ernest Schmidt TITONKA Funeral services will he hrkl a I the Immanucl Lutheran Church near here Sat urday at p m for Ernest H Schmidl 84 pioneer area farmer who died at his home al Woden Wednesday Burial will be in Ihe church cemetery Survivors include a son Lowell and a daughter Mrs Lucille Os termann both of Woden Freshmen Laura Lcc Rycrson and Mark Jcnson Sophomores Keith Bilyeu and Troycc Nod land hmiors Linda Liskn and Ed Rikc Seniors lancllc Gerdcs and Dennis Lcwcrkc CHURCH MEETING Xion Lutheran Church women will hold their March meeting March 10 at pm The Eunice Circle with rs Bert Russ chairman will resent the program The Rev I W Tolo will give a talk on orld missions Mrs Andrew ove will give devotions and two ocal solos will be given by Irs Sam Orvick of Elmorc ON C Marsh presently an instruc tor at the University of Ne braska will join the faculty of WartbmB Qollcgc Wav rrly next fall He will teach English at Warthurg Hr wil receive his doctorate at Nc hraska Ihis year lay which was presented b church service committee I Chapcroncs for Ihc weekend camp included Mrs August jrandt Swea City Mrs Joe Ocbnch Jr Irvington and DeValois and Roger licmstra both of Algona 92ND BIRTHDAY NASHUA Louis Langc was honored with a party on his 92nd birthday Tuesday at the home of his daughter Mrs Ida Etter here Read Want Ads for Prof it4234270 More LP Gas Tractors Are Rolling Blouse Skirt Sleeveless Blouse Bermudas IP OAS TRACTORS MAKK TRACKS nol only nil over Ihe farm Tor every useful tnrm loll calling Tor power bill tracks lo he hank with 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