Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 1, 1935 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1935
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.TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 1935 3 POINT TAX ALLOCATION OF $4,000,997 MADE TO COUNTIES CERRO GORDO IS GIVEN $58,643 Property Taxpayer Will Ge Credit on Payment of Oct. 1. DES MOINES, Aug. 1. (UP) -An allocation of 54,000,997 to the various counties of Iowa from the proceeds of the state sales tax, per sonal net income tax and business tax on corporations was made today by the state board of assessmen:' and review. The allocation, provided for in the "Property Relief Act" enacted by the forty-fifth general asembly, was made in the form of a warrant payable to the treasurer of each county on the basis of assessed valuation of real and personal property. John K. Valentine, chairman of the board, explained that each county treasurer was instructed to use the amount received as credit against the Oct. 1 tax bill of each taxpayer. Will Receive Credit. The taxpayer will receive credit in proportion to the assessed valuation of his real and personal property. "Any taxpayer who has paid the second half of his 1934 taxes, which become delinquent Oct. 1, 1935, will receive a remittance covering his credit," Valentine said. In addition to this credit against local property taxes, the operating expenses of the state government are being' paid from sales and income tax collections, according to the board chairman. No state levy for general purposes is being collected for 1935. From the sales and income tax revenue, 54,000,000 is being paid each year for emergency poor relief and ?2SO,000 a year for emergency conservation, Valentine said. Listed in North Iowa. Amounts allocated to each North Iowa county follow: Allamakee, $23,732.13; Bremer, $29,825.96; Butler, $33,815.81; Cerra Gordo, $58,643.06; Chickasaw, $24,181.44; Clay, $33,488.53; Clayton, $38,369.79. Emmet, $22,482.74; Fayette, $40,873.42; Floyd, $30,109.01; Franklin, $35,511.56; Hancock, $29,322.85; Hardin, $40,499; Howard, $21,087.59; Humbolflt, $26,891.24. Kossuth, $50,979.06; Mitchell, $26,581.92; Palo Alto, $30,040.75; Pocahontas, $33,787.56; Winnebago, $20,318.68; Winneshiek, $35,930.38; ·Worth, $19,819.88; Wright, $37,058.98. Rake Man Arrested on Rum Count; Thompson Man Held to Jury FOREST CITY, Aug. 1.--Pete: D'eGroot, living a mile south o: Rake, was arrested yesterday fol lowing- a raid by the sheriff Tues day night at his home where ' quantity of alcohol, wine and horn brew was seized by the sheriff. He was convicted last May of a liquor offense and fined $300 and cost" which he paid. Sanford Slattenow has been bound over to the grand jury on a liquor charge. He was arrested at Thompson by the Thompson marshal, John Batton, on an alleged bootlegging charge. He is being held in the Win nebago ccunty jail in lieu of furnish ing a $500 bond. His home is at Crystal Lake. MANATGRlFTON IS FOUND OEAD Adolph Bliss Succumbs to Heart Disease; Sister, 2 Brothers Left. GRAFTON, Aug. 1.--Adolph Bliss died Wednesday at the home of his jrother, Louie Bliss, of heart disease. He was 59 years of age. He was found dead in his bed. He had been ill several days. He leaves one ister, Mrs. Mary Rouse, and two brothers, Louie Bliss of Grafton .nd Bob Bliss of Clear Lake. Caving of Five Blocks at Algona Considered ALGONA, Aug. 1.--Contemplated mprovements in the form of five locks of paving and street widen- ng is under way at Algona. State breet from Jones intersection to Jail street will be repaved with re- nforced concrete. The plan was ap- roved by the city council and the pproximate cost will be $33,000, of b*:h the city will stand 55 per cent : the cost and the remaining amount is being sought from the overnment from the public works und. Will Open Cafe. KANAWHA, A u g . 1--T h e 'ew Home cafe, formerly owned by ·Ir. and Mrs. Cliff Miller, will be pened in a couple of weeks by Keneth W. Gates and his mother, who oved here Saturday from Rutnven. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Returns to Oakland. GREENE--Dr. L. E. Lacey ol Oakland, Cal., who arrived the last of the week, left for bis home Tuesday. Mrs. Lacey and two children who have been guests of the C. V. Cave family the past two months accompanied him. Leaves lor Rochester. VENTURA--Miss Mary Mote of Evanston, who spent the past week visiting here, left for Rochester, Minn., to visit her uncle, Dr. Barnes. Visitor From Dubuque. HANSELL -- Miss Opal Clapper of Dubuque is visiting her grandfather, George Patterson. Gets School Position. HANLONTOWN -- Miss Idonna Gesme will teach a school miles west of Northwood known as ·rove No. 3. Visitor From Holstein. ST. ANSGAR--Wenzel Eidahl came from Holstein to spend about 10 days with his mother and other relatives. He expects to return to s teaching duties at Holstein. On Week's Trip. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. E. E. Esslinger and sons, Holland and Dean, accompanied by Don Weber of Fredericksburg. left Sunday on a week's trip to Deep River. Minn. Visitor From Des Moines. TITONKA--Miss Hazel Miller, who is taking a nurse's training course at the Lutheran hospital at Des Moines, is spending a three weeks' vacation witb her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Miller. Honored on Birthday. GOODELL--Relatives of Jake Bachman surprised him in honor of lis seventieth birthday. Visit in Texas. GOODELL--Mrs. Rose Houghton. on Reg and daughter, Danhne, left or Houston, Texas, to visit her son, be, wife and son. Schoolmates Hold Gathering. KANAWHA--A group of former choolmates held their second annual reunion at the Fred Thornberg iome on Sunday. About 60 were iresent, the group including the Wagnor, Smith and Swanson fam- lies. Visitors From East. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Otto Schmidt ,nd daughter, Mary Ann, Boston, Vlass., visited at the Clifford Hinman home. Visitors From Rapids. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. O. LeVan md family of Cedar Rapids are vis- ting the J. Burrier family. KEEP COOL IN SMART LUXABLES This week we are featuring Luxables -- things you Can Lux time after time and they'll stay lovely as new all season. Right now you can save some money, too, since summer sale prices are in effect. Silk Dresses in prints and plain colors, $3.95 and $4.95. Cotton Dresses--One group of $1.98 dresses reduced to $1; one group of $2.98 dresses reduced to $1.98. Sports Suits reduced to $1 and $1.69. Shorts, regularly $1 and $1.25 at 69c. Others at $1.29 and $1.69. Cotton Blouses, were $1, now 59c. Linen Suits, were $3.50, now $2.75. Pongee Robes, now $]. Children's Print Pajamas, 27c. Girls' Play Suits and Shorts, 79c. Little Tots' Play Suits, 49c. Girls' Wash Dresses, 79c and $1.29. Boys' Seersucker and Covert Jumperalls, 59c. Silk Crepe Gowns--tailored by Barbizon in shirt-waist style with four gore skirt, $3.98. Tulane Slips--lace trimmed, beautiful quality silk crepe, in tea rose and white, sixes 32 to 40. Regular $1.98 slip for $1.79. SPECIAL THIS WEEK! A package of Lux to very purchaser of one or more of our Luxable specials. Only one package to a customer. A WASHABILITY EXPERT located on the main floor, will help you with any washing problem and show you how right care gives longer wear. Her authoritative hints will save you money! WE RECOMMEND LUX FOR ALL F I N E WASHABLES Educational Chief C. C. Gordon of Council Bluffs has been appointed educational director of civilian conservation corps camps in Iowa. While attending Drake university, ho was prominent in football. Later he taught at the Municipal university of Omaha. For 15 months he has been educational director of the CCC camp at Indianola. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Visitors From Colorado. ROCK FALLS -- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Perrett and daughter, Par.- sy from Boulder, Colo., are visiting friends and relatives here and at Manly. Will Go to Duluth. GARNER--Justice and Mrs. H. V. Reed will leave Aug. 15 for Du- uth, Minn., where Justice Reed has *one for the past several seasons to escape the hay fever. They will be at the same place as last year on a sand bar bay in Lake Superior. They will not return to Garner until after the first heavy frost. Visits in Colorado. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bruce left Tuesday for Fort Colins, Colo., for a two weeks' visit with relatives. Keturn From Lake Wilson. VENTURA -- Mr. and Mrs. A. Cooley and children returned Monday from a trip to Lake "Wilson, Minn. Visitor From Windom. LAKE MILLS--Miss Marjorie Holland of Windom, Minn., came Tuesday to visit her rgandmother, Mrs. L. J. Holland. Threshing Under Way. POPEJOY--Most of the oats are harvested and threshing was begun in this vicinity Monday. Return to Homes. ACKLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Will Hatch and son of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Lacy Eisinminger of Oskaloosa returned Wednesday to their home after a visit with their father, C. L. Hatch and sister, Miss Luella Hatch. Return From Dakota. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanson and family returned from a vacation trip through, the Dakotas visiting the Black Hills and many other places of interest. Mr. Hanson is manager of the Farmers Savings bank here. Visitor From California. BELMOND--Miss laleen Flynn from Los Angeles, Cal., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Kennedy. Miss Madge Schleiffarth, who is a teacher of music at Woodsville, Texas, is also visiting local relatives. Miss Schleiffarth leaves here Sunday to go to Earlham to visit for two weeks with a brother before she returns to Woodsville. Called to DCS Moines. FOREST CITY--Dr. and Mrs. Harry F. Thompson went to Des Moines Thursday to visit their daughter. Miss Helen Mar, and their son, Richard Thompson, employed by the'state as FERA attorney. Daughter Is Born. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Godfrey are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday. Return From Cedar Kapids. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Francis Abraham and daughter returned Tuesday from Cedar Rapids where they spent the week-end. Visiting in Des Moines. FOREST CITY--Miss Janice Thompson is visiting friends in Des Moines tins week. Miss Faye Stipp will bring her home and spend the week-end in Forest City. Home From Cities. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Everest Buehrer and Mrs. George Woodley drove to the cities Sunday and visited until Tuesday with relatives. Miss Dorothy W,oodley came home with them and will spend some time with her aunt, Mrs. George Woodley. Visitors From Indiana. LONE ROCK--Mrs. F. B. Clemmensen and children. Donna and Richard of Lebanon, Ind.. are here visiting Mrs. Clemmensen's brother and farnilv. the E. M. Jensens. Return From Visit. LEDYARD--Mrs. Levi Wiemer and Mrs. William Wiener returned home from a week's visit in the southern part of the state. They also visited at Des Moines and Ames at the John Tillmoney home. Leave for Chicago. CALMAR--Miss Ethel Pletka left for Chicago after spending a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pletka, and other relatives. Keturn to Wisconsin. HANLONTOWN--Richard Nelson of Menomonie, Wis., expects to return to his home soon following a six weeks' stay at the O. A. Thovson farm home. Guests From Ottuimva. OTRANTO--Mrs. Fred Dockstader and sons, Belden and Richard of Ottumwa, are houscguests at the Arthur Dockstader home. Visitor From Chicago. VENTURA--Miss Ethel Lau of Chicago is spending her vacation with her sister, Mrs. Ed Hocum. Miss Law has charge of the children's department at Mandel brothers. Returns From Nebraska. HANLONTOWN--M. Harold Rye returned from Maskell, Nebr., where he assisted the' pastor and :aught vacation school the past two months. In September he will resume his work at the Lutheran Theological seminary in St. Paul. Return to Texas. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Marion 3azelton and children left Monday ' their home at Wichita Falls, Texas, after a visit with Mr. Hazelton's grandmother, Mrs. D. E. Van Ivery. Return to Forreston. ACKLEY--Misses Jennie and Mattie DeGraff of Forreston, 1111., returned Tuesday to their home af- :er an over Sunday visit in the F. ". Trainer home and with friends in wa Falls. They had been on a lusiness trip to Clarion the first of ast week. Visits in Minneapolis. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Albert eMaris and son, Wayne, drove to Minneapolis Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mrs. DeMaris, ~ r., accompanied them and remained for a longer visit. GIRL IS INJURED IN FOREST CITY June Fiedler, 19, on Visit, Is Hurt in Fall From Bicycle. FOREST CTY, Aug. 1.--Miss June Fiedler, 19, is in the Irish hospital here suffering a broken collarbone, cuts on the face and a possible skull fracture received last night when she fell from a bicycle. Miss Fiedler Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fiedler, Fairfield, who formerly operated a greenhouse at Forest City. The Fiedlers are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Norvet. Eastman, 72, Dies at Dows; Owned Unusual Collection of Relics DOWS, Aug. 1.--H. J. Eastman, 72, died Tuesday night at 10:30 p. m., at his home. He suffered with Enlargement of the heart for many years. He was able to be around Tuesday morning but suffered a stroke. Mr. Eastman was born Nov. 15, 1862, in Wells county, Ind., and was reared in Fayette county, Ohio. He was always a farmer but was a skillful civil engineer and did much :urveying. He was married to Miss Ethel Popejoy, Aug. 2, 1893, at the home farm, where they lived until 191G when they moved to Dows. His hobby was the collection ol flint and stone relics, mostly Indian relics, picked up in Franklin county and Fayette county, Ohio, a description of this collection being published recently. Surviving are his wife, one brother, D, C. Eastman of Springfield, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. C. W. Larrimer of Bloomsberg, Ohio, and Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! Nearly a third of a million acres of Iowa land were put into farm use in the last five years, the federal census bureau reported. Mrs. G. L. Bush of Jeffersonville, Ohio, and two nephews, H. J. Eastman, Hillsboro, Ohio, and R. D. Eastman, Springfield, Ohio. Odd Fellows Sell Building. HAMPTON, Aug. 1.--The I. O. O. F. lodge sold the building on Mayne street occupied by the Bockelmann tailor shop to James McSpaden. The price was $1,100. Survey by Government of Hampton Territory Will Be Made by 75 HAMPTON, Aug. 1.--Government surveyors were to arrive in Hampton Thursday to make a complete survey of surrounding territory as part of a national surveying project. The encampment of 75 men and 36 trucks will be located at the waterworks park for two weeks. Takes Trip ot Kansas. OTRANTO--Mrs. F. S. 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