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I _ / 18 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE · " · nina\jix \sij. i v*iJV»nii-ljrA«Cii.l!j ' , : . FEBRUARY 9 ^H 1931 FIRST SKIRMISH IN IOWA TAX REVISION ANTICIPATED 1 · V -- . - ... - - · \ ASSESSOR BILL TO BE IN HOUSE Is First of Dozen Measure to Be Considered by Legislature. DES MOINES, Feb. .9. /!)--The first skirmish on tax revision in th: Iowa legislature was forecast this week with the placing of the county assessors' bill on the house of representatives calendar. The tax committee recommended passage of the measure, the initial bill of a dozen to be considered in changing, the method of raising funds for the operation of the state government. The senate tax committee is expected to approve the measure In a day or two. While the proposal to do away with elective township assessors in favor of trained men appointed by county supervisors is being considered, the tax committees will continue with their series of public hearings on revenue bills. Other Sessions Scheduled. In the house chamber tomorrow afternoon willMje a hearing on a measure to license outdoor billboards and Thursday a meeting is scheduled to hear opinions on a plan to tax oleomargarine. Committees still are studying the income tax bill submitted by the state board of assessment and review and .the joint legislative tax committee. Two amendments which would change materially the bill's provisions have been offered in the senate. One by Blackford of Van Buren would permit deduction of property taxes from the amount of the income tax and one by Doran of Boone wou!d turn over all receipts to school districts instead of thi" state. New Bill Prepared. Meanwhile Speaker Francis John- sou and other administration leaders have been preparing a new in-come tax bill which would give flat exemptions of §1,500 to single per- sons, ,$2,500 to married persons anc $300 for each dependent. The rates would be 1 per cent on the first net $1,000 income abovi the exemption, 2 per cent on thi next ?i,000; 3 per cent on the nex 1 ?1,000; 4 per cent on the nexl $1,000; 5 per cent on the next $1,000 and 6 per cent on all above that amount. A 4 per cent corporation income tax also would be provided in the bill. The measure is being drafter along the line of the recommendations of Gov. Dan Turner. At the public hearing on the income tax the governor suggested that the exemptions should be increased and the rates raised in the higher brackets. Thornton Creamery Officials Re-Elected at Annual Meeting THORNTON, Feb. 9.--The first annual meeting of the Co-operative creamery was held iu the hall. Since the organization of business on Maj 12, 1930, a number of changes have been made in the equipment, including installing a new churn, boiler motors and a new cooling planl which is now under construction All directors were re-elected and will serve the following^terms: J. H Harmon, L. E. Jacobsen, three years; Ed Lightbody, S. H Schmalle, two years; Fred Bergmann, one year. Secretary L. E. Ja- cobseh gave a report of the business. .' Playlet Is Presented at Bristow Society Meeting BRISTOW, Feb. 9.--The W. M. A of the United Brethren church met at the home of Mrs. D. A. Newbury Friday afternoon. Two interesting features of the program were a playlet given .by seven ladies show- ng the value' of the missionary work and a history of the organization of the society in Bristow, starting 30 years ago with a review of early activities by Mrs. Ida Cline. Sterling No. 1 IS No. Federal Phone 1600-1-2 Sterling No. 2 812 So. Penii. Phono 807 Tuesday -- Wednesday -- Thursday WE RESERVE THE BIGHT TO lilMIT QUANTITIES BUTTER LOWEST PRICE IN YEARS--EAT IT! . 30c f-f\J J^JLJUANi J U \ J ¥ A ^ O X f XVLl/jLJ J.i\ Clear Lake Butter. Tangerines, 2 dor.en . Grape Fruit, large ... ,.: large ... . ' Carrots, bunch .. Lemons, largei dozen .25c . 5c. ..loo .-iOc . .S5c New Cabbage, lb 5c Apples, Fancy, box §1.15 Apples, Basket, 'Fancy.. .$2.35 Oranges, Large, dozen..... 30c English Walnuts; No. 1, lb. 29c ORANGES, Good Size, 9 dozen O C - , I LETTUCE, ODC I Solid Heads 6c Monarch Preserves, large..SSe Monarch Oats, ]ge. pkg....22c Monarch Macaroni, 4 pkgs. 25c Monarch Food of Wheat 18c Monarch Pork and Beims, S for 25o Monarch Tomatoes .......15c Monarch Pumpkin, large...ISo Monarch Golden Bantam. .15c Monarch Mixed Vegetables 15c Monarch Ketchup, large...ISo When You Buy Bread, See How Many Ounces You Get. Bread, Purity 16 oz. loaf 5c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 for 2uc Ubby's Tall Milk, 3 for...25c Van Camp's Porlc and Beans, 3 for 25c Peanut Butter, pints, No. 1 25c Tomatoes, can lOo Pcaa, latgo cun lOo Sauerkraut, large can IOc Golden Bantam Corn, Ige. IOc Cut Green Beans, can.... ,15c. Sweet Corn, large can lOn EXTRA FINE QUALITY--AND WHAT A PRICE! Red Pitted Cherries, lg. no. 10 can 79c Peaches, 10 size 49u Prunes, 10 size 45c Black Raspberries, 10 size 05c Pears, 10 size 5oc Blueberries, 10 size f)9c Apricots, 10 size 59c Strawberries, 10 size 05c Crushed Pineapple, 10 size 8!c Loganberries, 10 size 75c Black Cherries, 10 size 65c CHICKEN SUPPEK, AMERICAN LEGION HALL, KOCKWELL, IOWA, FEB. 11--CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH FLOUR -- FLOUR -- FLOUR -- FLOUR Gold Medal, 49 Ibs $1.55 Occident, 49 Ibs $1.75 Pillsbury's, 49 Ibs $1.65 Omar, 49 !bs $1.49 Big Q, 49 Ibs S1.25 Frost King, 4D Ibs $1.85 I. H,, 49 Ibs §1.49 Enright's Whole Wheat .. .25« SOAP IS SOMETHING THAT YOU USE EVERY DAY P G Soap, I0lg.bars29c Decker's Tall Corn Bacon, Ib. ., Sic Decker's Canadian Style, Hi. 4iio Decker's lowana Bacnn, lb. 87c Blue Ribbon Malt, large... .49o Puritan Malt, largo 40c Oxy-dol, larjro phg 19o Northern Tissue, 3 rolls....25e Red Band Toilet, 4 rolls 25c Chipso, large 22e Fiff Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs. 25c. ' NothinK Better Than Pineapple For Salads and Dessert. Pineapple, whole slices large can 21c Powdered Sugar, S lus. Brown Sugar, S Ibs. ... Flat Brofl, pkg. Lefse Brod, pltg Pink Salmon, tall .25c .25c .25c .25c .IOc Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c. Banner pats, large pkg 17c Pears, large can IOc Chocolate Cherries, lb. box Sao Onhneal, Bulk, 9 Ibs 2Zr. EXTRA FEME GRADE OF COFFEE--YOU WILI. LIKE IT Mclaughlins 99V 2 Coffee lb. 29c FoJger's Coffee, lb. Maxwell House, lb. Hills Bros., lb Cliaso Sanborn, lb. Monarch Coffee, Ib. .. .37c .37n .37c .S7c .S7o Hello World Coffee, Ib S7c Monarch Breakfast, lb 25n McLaughlin's Ocm, Ih 2flc Mclaughlin's 33S, lb 23c Cast/o Tea, pkg 25« MK. FARMER:--BRING US YOUR EGGS--CASH OB TRADE HERE AND THERE * · * * *; * * * » » * * * * * . * * * . Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota . Father Is 111 BRISTOW--Mrs. Madeline Brown who went to her home in Waterloo Thursday, returned to again assisl in caring for her father, J. M Hewitt; who is quite ill. Recovers Froth Illness LATIMER--Klass Steenhart an R. Dirttsen are able to be up anc out 'again after a couple weeks illness. Is Guest From Wesley STILSON--Mrs. Maynard Nail. Wesley, visited relatives here Friday and attended the Ladies' Aid societj meeting at U. B. church. : Student Comes Home JOiCE--Miss Crystal Paulson who is attending college at Cedar Palls, spent the week-end home with friends 'and relatives. : Was at Convention BRISTOW--C. H. Hass attended a two-day convention of the lumber businessmen at Des Moines recently. Return to Albert Lea K A N A W H A--Mr. and Mrs Charles Schnebly, son, Willis, and daughter, Joy, returned' .to their home in Albert Lea, Minn., Fridaj after spending a few days here with relatives and friends. Move From Greene. CLARKSVILLE--The Leslie Parson's family moved here from Greene into Mrs. Sarah Lowe's ten- nant house. He is employed as mechanic at the Chevrolet garage Will Live at Belmoud. LATIMER--Mrs. E. King planned to make her home for the present with her sister, Mrs. Benson at Belmond. Oldtijiie Fiddlers Play. LAKE MILLS--At the open house Saturday'night an aggregation of oldtime fiddlers, hog callers, various musicians and specialty dancers appeared. Comes for A'isir. CLARKSVILLE--M i s s Marian Smith, who teaches at Freeport, 111., made a short visit to her parents. Goes to Northfield. PLYMOUTH--W. O. Prescott drove to Northfield, Minn., to visit heir son's family, Ronald Prescolt, vho is a musical student at the :ollege. 10 Are Initiated. DECORAH--Ten new members vere initiated into the Decorah odge of Elks. After the initiation exercises were held a banquet was erved. Goes to Hospital. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. A. L. Martie went to St. Francis hospital, Waterloo, .for. surgical treatment. Comes From Gary. STILSON--Andrew Christopher, ary, S. Dak., is visiting his sister, Urs. Mandus Cbristenson, son, Thomas Christopher and other relatives. Attends Auto Show. JOICE--Carl · Brecke returned lome Friday evening from a week's visit at Minneapolis where he attended the automobile show. Comes to Mason City. BRISTOW--Mrs. Marian Fithian went to Mason City Friday evening to visit her husband and parents during the week-end school recess. Will Move to Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--The Dunton family is moving to the farm belonging to the James Smith estate northeast of Plymouth. Accompanied to Juice JOICE--Information was incorrectly given that Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arp of Mason City spent the week-end. in Joice with Mrs. Arp's parents. Loraine Myelle accompanied Mr. Arp to Joice but the two are not married. Visits at-Fertile. FERTILE--Miss Adeline Halverson, instructor in the public schools of West Bend, came home Saturday to visit. Returns From Visit. . PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Nellie Armstrong returned from her visit to Rock Rapids. Party Honors Mrs. Hiirninill. HUTCHINS--Mrs. J. V. McMillin attended a home coming bridge party in honor of Mrs. John Hammill at the home.of Mrs. John Spalla of Britt. N Return to Clarksville. CLARKSVILLE--Harvey Sherburne, who has been at Mercy hospital, Waverly,' for two weeks following surgical treatment for the removal of the gall bladder, returned home. Are Guests :it Joice. JOICE--Boyd and Lillian Randall of Balsam Lake, Wis., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. JCelly Randall of Joice and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Randall and other relatives of Lake Mills. Leave for Ilorton. BRISTOW--Miss Lucille Buck of Horton visited her aunt Miss Ruth Boyd, both going to Horton Friday evening. Are Honored by Shower. SEXTON--A number of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hamond gathered at the home of Mrs. Hamond's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, Friday evening and gave them a miscellaneous shower. Mr. and Mrs. Hamond lost everything in a fire recently, when their home burned to the ground while they were away. Circle Is Entertained PLYMOUTH--The South Union social circle met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Glassell. Cards formed the chief amusement. Guests Arc Entertained THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ingebretson entertained 20 guests at a 500 party at their home. Mrs. Walter Baker and Elmer Musgjerd won prizes for having the highest scores. WINS POETRY AWARD Associated Frew Photo Helen Sloan of Hutchinson, Kans., a senior in the t department of Industrial journalism, Kansas State Agricultural college,, won the Kansas Authors' club 1930 poetry award. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Latest figures place the value of manufactured products in Iowa at 769,340,610 and the value of all crops at $510,688,000. Goes to Iowa City CLARKSVILLE --- Mrs. Robert Poisal left for Iowa City for med- cal examination. Leaves for North Dakota. ROEK FALLS--George Mickle- 'ohn, Three Hills, N. Dale., after several weeks stay at the F. B. vlorse home left Friday evening for North Dakota. The family will remain here for some time. Mrs. Slevenscm Is 111 ALLISON--Mrs... David Stevenson is quite ill at her home here. Visits in Wisconsin' WODEN--Ole Hanna went to Wisconsin Saturday for a visit with relatives. Attend I. O. O. F. Sleeting WESLEY--John Amesbury, Guy M. Butts, W. W. Sturdivaut, Wai- ace Benton, Alfred Nelson and their wives, and Charles Robison and Preston Chapin went to Ti- :onka to attend the monthly Odd Fellows booster meeting. Two hundred Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, were in Attendance. So Attend Card Party RUDD--About 35. enjoyed the Benefit card party given by the Legion and auxiliary Friday evening. First prizes were given to Mrs. O. Gray and William Pross. Come From Hampton ALLISON--Miss Genevieve Flynn of Des Moines, Mr, and Mrs. Quay Beringer and Miss Grace Drehft- of Hampton visited at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth, Flynn. They attended the services for Mrs. Bootcn at New Hartford before coming to Allison. Attend Booten Rites ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wcires, Mr. and Mrs. J. H..Weiland| Mr. and- Mrs. L. A. Spengler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Hill, Mrs. Willard Flynrr, Misses Agnes Dailey and Mary Stevenson, and Mrs. James Leach attended the burial of Mrs. F. O. Bootcn of Boone at New Hartford. Returns From Wisconsin RUDD--John Loterbour has returned from Beaver Dam, Wis., where he visited relatives. Re.Mrn to' Dayton GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wrede, Dayton, returned to their home Sunday after a visit in the Rev. H. R. William and Sam Wrede homes. · ' Is In Blue Earth WODEN--Miss Alma Brandt went to Blue Earth, Minn., Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs Lena Bingham, and family. Leaves Government Hospital WESLEY--George Aldrich, who has been at Dwight, HI., the past month, returned Saturday morning, having been discharged from the government hospital there following a major operation. Honored on Birthday RUDD--Keith ' Sibert's birthday anniversary was.honored Friday by 16 young persons at a party. MtH-e to Lohrvllle. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Clarke left Friday for Lohr- vllle where they will make their home as the former has accepted a job as a barber in that city. Has Infection in Eye. ALLISON--Jean Detra has been absent from school last week, having trouble with an infection in her eye. She is a daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Detra. 'Birthday In Celebrated. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Enfield and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lecoste spent Sunday at the E. W. Bruggman home in Charles City. This was in honor of Edwin's birthday anniversary. Visits at Hutchins. HUTCHINS--Miss Latha Wallburg of Algona came Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Smith. Returns From Hospital. .JOICE--Edwin Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berry, returned from the Albert Lea hospital where he was operated on for ruptured appendix.-He is not able to be up yet. Goes to Cedar Foils. BRISTOW -- Raymond Berrier, English teacher, went to Cedar Falls Friday night to spend two days with college friends. Are Parents of Son. KANWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kiley are .the parents of a nine pound boy, born Thursday. This makes a family of three boys. Are Hostesses to Circle. PLYMOUTH--Mesdames Kache and Cobeen entertained the R. A. N. circle Friday afternoon at the hall. Return to California. CLARKSVILLE -- Miss Isabell Asher. has returned to her home in California after a month's visit with relatives here. , Third Child la Born. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Georg, Borchardt are the parents of a boy, born Thursday. This is the third child in the family. Will Go to Conference. CLARION--The Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Spelman will go as delegates to attend the annual mid-winter conference of the Congregational churches at Grinnell Feb. 12. Comes From Alexandria. THOMPSON--J. E. Helgenson, Alexandria, Minn, former resident and merchant of Thompson, visited friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Helgenson are planning to move from Alexandria to Albert Lea soon. Attend Lumber Convention. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Biddick, G. H. Galvin and Cecil Galvin attended the Lumbermen's convention in Des Moines. Goes to California. MANLY--Erwin Ochenfelter has gone to California where he will stay with his brother, Harlyn, and attend college. He went to Central college at Pella, for the first semester. Are Parents of Son. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz are parents of a son. He has been named Gary Dean. Receives Treatment. GARNER--Harvey Cramer went to Park hospital, Mason City, Thursday where he received treatment for hi.i eye. Playlet Is Presented. : DUMQNT--Twenty-one members and visitors came tothe thank-offering meeting of the W. M. A. of the U. B. church held at the M. V. Shuler home Friday afternoon. The offering came to 510 with 12 members yet to contribute. A playlet by seven women %vas part of the program. 100 Attend Meeting. NASHUA--The Ladies' Friendly society of the Congregational church held at the home of. Mrs. E. W. Staley this week was attended by more than 100. The next meeting will be a Men's friendly held at the church Wednesday night, when the men of the church will have charge of the meeting and will provide the supper. BRUNS ELECTED CREAMERY HEAD Association at Rockwell Is Reorganized With New Stock Plan. ROCKWELL, Feb. 9.--The annual meeting of the Rockwell Farmers Creamery association was held here Saturday, at which time the old organization was dissolved by virtue of the expiration of its 20 year charter and a new organization was launched on the revolving stock plan with 60 members as a starter. According to the present plan re- tring stockholders of the old organization will be immediately paid off in cash or given notes bearing 6 per cent annual interest. The following are the officers and directors of the new organization: President, Will Bruns; vice president, M. G. Lorenzen; secretary and treasurer, Frank Sturges; directors, J. M. Ryburu, W. A. Hodge, H. J. Sehlicnting, P. F. HilUs.-Will Bruns, Frank Sturges, M. G. Lorenzen. 185 PRESENT AT SCHOOL BANQUET Men at Forest City Night Farm Classes Given Certificates. FOREST CITY, Feb. 0--One hundred and eight-five men attended the farmers' evening school banquet at the high school. The high school orchestra and the boys' and girls' glee clubs furnished opening numbers of the program. Jay S. Brookei- was toastmaster. Supt. C. M. Ross gave an address of welcome, followed by a response in behalf of the evening school group by W. T. Peterson. Prof Rev. Beresford of the extension service at Ames gave the main address. F. W. Russell, president of the board of education, presented; certificates to 85 men who attended seven or more of the 10 meetings. The Methodist Ladies Aid' society prepared the banquet. Members of the vocational agriculture classes were waiters. 2 Whose Birthdays Are on Same Day Honored by Party Given at Fertile FERTILE, Feb. 9.--Mrs. A. P. 3uby and H. O. Halverson were honored at a party Friday at the home ot Mi-, and Mrs., O. A. Cal- Eioun on;their birthdays. Both were born the same day, they were also baptized the same day in the Lutheran faith and confirmed the same day. Other guests at the party were Mrs. H. O. Halverson, A. P. Suby, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Haugen, Mrs. Halvor Stevens and Mrs. Johnson. Staff Picked fop Homcrnaker. AMES. Feb. 9.--Melba Acheson, Ames, has been appointed editor o£ the Iowa Homemaker, monthly magazine published by the home economics students of Iowa state college. Bernice Kunerth, Ames, has been appointed business manager, and Arklay Minert, Ames, circulation manager. How to Escape FLU Avoid so far as possible the places where flu Sferras are most likely to be spread; over' crowded cars and public meeting places; overheated, stuffy rooms. Be careful of close contact with others and beware of all coughers and sneezers; breathe through the nose, get fresh air, but avoid drafts or chilling. Get lots of rest. Eat plenty of citrus fruits. Keep the bowels open. Take extra precaution to keep in good physical condition, so your system will have high resistance against germs. Above all, avoid catching colds. They lower your resistance to the flu germ. Ward them off. At the first sign of any cold, take Bayer Aspirin and remain indoors if possible until your cold is gone. If you have a sore throat, dissolve some Bayer Aspirin tablets in water and gargle; this will relieve the soreness and reduce the inflammation. If you have any reason to suspect even a touch of flu, call your doctor at once. Spring is Coming .... and the new FROCKS ARE HERE Authentic copies of Parisian successes. Frocks that are expensive looking . . . frocks that have that certain smartness to the nth degree . . . no wonder . . . they're Paris inspired! Smartness does not depend upon the price you pay... --and these frocks prove it. Here are the choicest fashions of the season . . . embodying all the style creations of expensive creations . . . and priced so every woman can afford them . . . .75 and $12.75 STERLING Wam Trade UfaTM You Do the Best ·· IHEY iay Nero "fiddled" while Rome burned. Probably Jurt"t» show what · callous monater he wa*. Nero denied the story. 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