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12 Thursday, Jan. C, IMt MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 6 STARS ON IOWA MOTHER'S FLAG Mrs. Anna Nurre Has 4 Sons in Navy, 2 in Army Bancroft--Mrs? Anna Nurre is one of the lew mothers who can display a service flag with 6 stars. She has sons who are serving U.- S,'fighting,forces in the navy, the army air corps, the navy air corps ' and the coast'guard. . ' Vincent, = the youngest of the. 6 . brothers, Js ::n the navy as an apprentice seaman. He enlisted in - the-navy V-12 when 17 years old. He-graduated with the class of 1943 from St. Johns high and was called to duty in July of the same : year. He -is -stationed' at Iowa : State c o l l e g e . . . . . 'Gerald Nurre, 19, is in the navy, "serving. as' a, radio technician at Treasure island, San Francisco, Cat. He enlisted in April, 1943. He was' attending Iowa State college . , ^^ _ . J May Ask Legislature to Eliminate Iowa Income Tax HERE and T H E R E Nora Springs--Guests o£ Mrs. Harry Beard on New Year's day were Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Day and daughter, Carolyn, of Mason City, Mrs. Bessie Beard and son, Robert. Bradford--Cpl. Harm Frey is spending a 24-day furlough with his parents. He has been in Puerto Rico the past 1V years. Grove--Mr. and Mrs. of Atlantic, days at the Eagle Clayton Hathaway visited for several before enlisting. Richard Nurre, 21, is in the army air corps as aviation cadet at the pre-flight school at Chico, Cal. He was inducted into the army in February, 1942. He was attending Iowa State college prior to induction. Philip Nurre, 23, is serving in the coast guard. He received his training at Port Townscnd, Wash.,, and has been serving in the far north Pacific waters. His present base is Ketchikan, Alaska.- Joseph Nurre', 25, is an ensign in the navy air corps now on patrol duty in the Caribbean sea. He entered the service in February, 1941. He volunteered for flight training and received his pre- tlight training at the navy air base at, Minneapolis. Before entering the navy he attended" the University o£ Minnesota. John Nurre, 35, is in the army staff sergeant He attended at St. Louis, the army in former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hathway. Clayton, is music supervisor in the Atlantic schools. Kiceville--Mr. and Mrs. Ed White returned from .a 10-day visit at-the home of their daughter. Mrs. Clinton Everheart in Minneapolis. Chester--Mrs. K n u t e Wilson was taken to Mercy hospital in Cresco Monday with an acute attack of appendicitis. Cresco--Capt. and Mrs. Alan K. Shackelton of Atterhury, Ind., spent New Year's day and Sunday at his former home in Cresco with his grandfather, Dr. George Kessel, and aunt, Miss Gertrude Kessel. Meservey--Miss Leona Smith, air corps and is a now in England. Parks air Mo., and college joined 1st and 2nd grade teacher, was unable to resume her teaching duties for a few days due to illness. Mrs. H. C. Fischer, Jr., is taking her place. Orchard--Howard Lack, Ted Dieterich and Earl Squier are in Kansas City after feeding cattle. Luverne -- Melbourne Steussy submitted to an appendectomy Monday morning at the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. Riceville -- The Albert Huso family from Northwood spent Kanawha--Mrs. Archie Ames has gone to Des Moines where she is visiting her husband who is a patient at the Veterans hospital. He recently submitted to a throat operation. Goodell--Reynold Kensith, Jr., who is in army training in Louisiana, visited his grandfather, L. G. Aver}-, Tuesday. Waucoma--Mr. and Mrs. M. H. .Blorig received word 'from their son, Sgt. Matthew J. Blong, army air corps, that he has passed tests for cadet training, and'has been transferred to' Fayetteville, Ark., where he will receive his pilot training. . Fertile--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prucell received a cablegram from their son, Edward, that he-had reached his destination but was unable to tell them where he is located. . I Hanlontown -- Lt. M a d e l i n e Payne is home on a 7-day furlough from Camp Hale, Colo. She will be transferred to Clinton. Rake--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Russ visited in Northfield, Minn... Monday. Annabel Russ accompanied them to return to St. Olaf college after^spending the holidays at the parental Dr. J. E. Russ home. Fertile--Miss Kathleen Felland returned home from Lee Center, 111., where she visited over the holidays. Armstrong--Cpl. Lloyd George March, 1942. He was graduated from the air mechanics school in Brooklyn, N. Y.. These boys have one brother at home, a junior in St. John's high, and 2 brothers who are farming south and east of Bancroft, also 4 sisters. Their father died a number of yearsago. Kossuth County Board Reorganizes for Year Algona--The Kossuth county board of supervisors held the first meeting of the year Monday. The board reorganized. J. F. Quinn of Lone Hock was elected chairman. Board members are Myron A. Johnson of Swea City who succeeds P. J. Heiken, W. E. McDonald, Algona; William Schram, Titonka, and John Fraser of Riverdale township. The board appointed as members of the board of social welfare, Supervisor Quinn, Mrs. D. D. Monlux and W. A. Dutton of AlgonS- Le Roy. Minn.--Mrs. L. Lappin and 3 daughters left Tuesday for their home in Milwaukee after a 3 weeks' visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamon. NOW SHE SHOPS "CftSHANDCARItr Without Painful The kidoeyl lure NMnre'a enref w»y of tak- ;_ tie deem addi ud wutt out of tho blood. They help mot people ynf ibout 3 pinta ft dx7. . WbmojMrder of kidey functionrcnnita poifcnouB matter to remain in your blood, A · with «martin» and burning - tea ifaan litre fc KtaeOaaf TO« vilb jour kidney! cr bladder. - Don't mitt Aak your dmnat for Dots'* P5B», ned «aoce«faDy by mulioaa for over 40 yearn They wvBbappjr relief and will help UIA 15 mile* of kidney tubes Buth out poiftoa-. * from your blood. Get Daan · Pilk. Sunday at the home of Mrs. Huso's brother. Ernie Anonson. Fenton--Lyle Weisbrod was guest of honor at a farewell party at his home Monday evening. Lyle will report at Des Moines Friday morning as a volunteer for service in the navy. Meservey--Miss Lyda Groen of Chicago is visiting at the parental H. J. Groen home. Stacyville--Ottner Weber returned from Des Moines and will be inducted into service Jan. 26. He.plans to move his household goods to Greene next week where Mrs. Weber and Patricia and Donnie will live with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sylvester, for the duration. Goldfield^Sgt. Edwin Pollock of near Denver, Colo., spent the weekend-at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock. Rake--Miss Arlet Engum of Isle, Minn., spent a few days at the parental O. J. Engum home. Scarvill*--Joseph Petersen left Monday for ThUnsville, Wis., where he will resume his studies at the Lutheran seminary. Chester--Carl Englehart of the navy is spending a leave with Chester relatives. Bradford--Mrs. Harold Belsheim and little daughter came to spend several months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lehmann, Sr. Her husband, the Rev. Harold Belsheim, has entered the service and is in Boston training for army chaplain. Woden --Myron Brown and Bill Naser left Sunday for Des Moines for induction into the navy. Joice--Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Burke and Don and Mr. and Mrs. Lars Wogen of Humboldt spent the weekend with relatives and friends-at Joice. Armstrong--Capt. Carl Haworth, has the scarlet fever and is quarantined in his uncle's home, T. E. Haworth. Belmond--Miss Hegina Ormsby of Chicago is visiting with her brother, the Rev Robert Ormsby, and sister, Rose, this week. · Ackley--Sgt. Woodrow Heitland and Mrs. Heitland of Rapid City, S. Dak, are on their way here to spend a furlough with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heitland and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sinning. Armstrong--Sgt. William Hanson of Arkansas, is home on furlough until Jan. II. of the marines, who has been stationed in the South Pacific, is home on a 36-day furlough. Bancroft--Pfc. Walter Williams left for Charleston, N. Car., after spending his furlough with his mother, Mrs7 Elizabeth Williams. Rake--Miss Elpise Rutledge, R. N., of Mason City, spent a few days at the M. P. Hanson home with her friend, Mrs. Gerald Quam. St. Ansgar--Mary E. Langehough. who attends St. Olaf college, NortMield, Minn., has been spending the holiday vacation at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Langehough. Chester--Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cruse and family of Waverly visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Musel. Wesley--Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich left Wednesday for Los Angeles for fa 3 months' stay with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Grana- ski. Rake--Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Murphy and son, Michael, left Sunday to make their home irf Mankato, Minn., for an indefinite period. They have been at the A. J. Sabin home for the past few months. Fenton--Pfc. John R. Waite left Saturday for Manhattan, Kans., after a 10-day furlough at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite, Armstrong--E n s i g n Howard Ortmeyer, U. S. N., who has been stationed .in Boston, is home on leave. Ensign Ortmeyer will report back to San Francisco. Dumont--The Rev. and Mrs. H. days with their John Nieuwsma, daughter, Mrs. and family at CHILDREN'S HIGH WHITE SHOES By POLL-PARROT We now have complete size rims, ' from 5 to 12, in these famous Poll- Parrot high shoes for boys and girls. Made of fine quality leather . . . and they wear and wear. WHITE OR BROWN $2.65 to $3.65 WE FIT THEM CORRECTLY 105 NORTH FEDERAL Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Mr. Potter has returned home and his wife remained for a few days. Ridseivay--Mrs. Emma Blekeberg of Albert Leo, Minn., and Mrs. Lloyd Jacobson of Minneapolis, Minn., returned to their homes Monday afternoon after being here attending the funerals of Mrs. Gunhild Holverson and Phillip Knutsori. Goldfield--Miss June Amos son left Monday for Seattle, Wash., after spending several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Osmund Amdsso'n. Chapin-^Mrs Don Ruble, who has been here visiting her son, Pfc. Billy Ruble, returned to Portland, Ore., to join her husband who is employed in a shipyard. Billy.Ruble left.for Fort Wayne, Ind., where he will-be stationed. Bancroft--John Lappe, aviation cadet, Mt. Pleasant, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lappe. Rake--Mrs.'Rudy Carlson and Carol Lynn returned Thursday from a visit at the John Carlson home in Chariton. Her husband Pvt. J. Rudy Carlson of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., visited with them St. Ansgar--Mr. and Mrs. Ward B. Price · returned from Ida Grove, where they visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. C.-V Carter and family. Chester--Supt. and Mrs. B. L. Bredeson returned Saturday from a 3 weeks' visit with relatives in Willmar, 'Minn. ; . Hayfleld--Mrs. C. C. Mclntyre and son,: Tom, and daughter. Celeste of Chicago, visited her sister Mrs. Oscar Golbuff and mother Mrs. J. L. Brunson. Fenton--Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod left Sunday for Des Moines to resume their duties as teachers. Mclntire--Mr. and Mrs. L. E Gopder returned from a 4 months visit with the Jailer's mother. Mrs L. Elwood, and husband at Se attle, Wash. They were calls i home by the illness of the form er's father, O. L. Gooder. Alexander--Mr. and Mrs. Vern Finkle of Latimer, and Mr. an Mrs. Lewis -Bell celebrated thei 30th-wedding anniversary Sunda [ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewi Bell. Rndd--Donald Frevert, aviatio: cadet, who is in training at S' Peter, Minn., returned to that sta .lion Friday after spending a holi day furlough in the home of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augus Frevert, Alia Vista--Marcella Jacoby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodor Jacoby, Berneda Meirick, daugh ter of Mrs. Regina Meirick, Eve lyn Kolbet, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Nick Koibet returned Sun day night to Waterloo where the are employed after spending th holiday weekend with home folk hero. LAKE MILLS MAN RATES COLONEL Joseph M. Colby Chief of Army Ordnance Unit Lake Mills--Joseph M. Colby, a native of Lake Mills, was pro- moted'by the army to the rank of full colonel. Colonel Colby is now chief of the development branch of army ordnance's tank- automotive center in Detroit. This installation is part of the office of the chief of ordnance and Colonel Colby s duties there make him responsible for the design and development of all tanks, trucks, and combat vehicles used by the army. Colonel Colby has already seen extended overseas service that started in 1941 when he went to the middle east theater as a military observer. Later in the year changes in assignment carried him to India, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, South Africa, Palestine and the Libyan desert. Upon his return to the United States in the spring of 1942 he was assigned as chief of the tank and motor transport development office of the chief of ordnance, Washington. This same activity was shifted in October, 1942, to Detroit where it became part of tank-automotive center. A regular army officer, Colonel Colby attended Virginia Military institute and the University of Iowa before entering West Point. He was graduated from West Point in 1929 and has been on active duty with' the army since that time. Colonel Colby's parents, Dr. and rs. J. E. Colby, are residents of ake Mills. Two brothers, John nd Eli. live in Hanlontown. His sterr Mrs. R. E. Kolder, is in edar Rapids. GROUPS OPPOSE LAW AS 'BURDEN' School Officials to Favor Present Plan By JOHN H. CHAPMAN Des M o i n e s, (/P)--Agitation over proposed elimination of the Iowa income tax, at least for 1944, Thursday was drawing some of the public's attention away from the real reason for which the legislature was called to meet in special session this month, which was to provide votes for soldiers. Gov.' B. B. Hickenlooper summoned the legislators to meet Jan. 26 to provide means for receiving the votes of I o wans in the armed forces in this year's elections. He mentioned nothing else in his call, but there was an immediate demand from some of the members that the income tax also be considered. The regular session last winter eliminated naif of the state personal income tax due in 1913 and 1914. Despite the cut, collections were almost as large in 1913 as in 1912. If the tax now were eliminated entirely for a year, state finances still would be in "good shape," one state official conceded. The 3 point (sales-income-corporation) tax fund had a balance of $12,300,000 on Dec. 31. The balance in the use tax fund was 56,100,000, and the state general fund had an unobligated balance of approximately $10,000,000, the state comptroller's records show., Seven million dollars will come out of the 3 point fund in March, when the first-half homestead tax into the use tax fund to the extent of the deficiency. Many legislators have written to Governor Hickenlooper since the call went out for the special session. As the time approaches, attention will center on the message which the eovernor will prepare for delivery to the house aud senate in joint session as they begin their deliberations. There is just a chance, some observers believed that he might include some mention of the income tax situation, since he recommended a "substantial" reduction in his message to the regular session a year ago. Jake M o r e , chairman of the democratic slate central committee, in a press release, advocated repeal of the state income tax law. "The state income tax law is a burden that is not deserved or needed by the people of Iowa and if the republican party had the interest of the people at heart it would have demanded that this law be taken from the books during the regular session," M o r e declared. The law was enacted during Clyde L. Herring's first administration, in 1934. the sales tax will have added some to the §12,300,000 now in the fund. Withdrawals also are made from the fund to help.pay old age benefits. School groups, it is expected, would seek to have the income lax retained, as a possible source of funds for state aid. Veterans' groups are not expected to oppose doing away with the income tax, although they are vitally interested in doing something for the service men at the end of the war. "Most veterans are paying income tax, and Would be glad' to get rid of it. Any bonus probably would be paid by issuing bonds again as we did after the last war," a state American Legion of- f'ctal predicted. ' The reserve in the use tax fund, which represents 6 years' accumulations of the tax on new car sales and on articles bought outside the state for use in Iowa, is about equal to what would be lost to the 3 point fund in the personal income tax where dropped for a year. A bill to transfer $3,000,000 from the use tax fund into the general fund passed the house last winter, but was killed in the senate. If the 3 point fund should be insufficient to meet homestead tax credits in full, the comptroller is authorized, however, to dip RECORDER ENDS AN ACTIVE YEAR Deeds Show Increase; Receipts Also Higher New Hampton--Deeds recorded in Chickasaw county during 1943 totaled 532, an increase of 125 over 1942, according to figures released by James-R. O'Neill, county recorder. The figures indicate an increase o£ 30 per sent. A total of 199 real estate mortgages were recorded, an increase of 9 over 1942. Chattel mortgage and sales contracts declined from 1,276 to 834 during the year. Releases and assignments decreased to 473 from 579 the previous year. Marginal releases increased to 134 from 109 in 1942. Miscellaneous instruments increased to 364 from 349. Chattel mortgage releases totaled 1,290 for 1943 and in 1942 they totaled 1,440. Besides having more chattel mortgages released than were placed · on record for the second consecutive year, only 40 old age pensions were granted during the year, while in 1942, 58 pensions were approved. During 1943, 42 servicemen's discharge records were recorded compared with 44 in 1942. Gross receipts in 1943 were $1,277.55 and in 1942, $1,266.35. GETS DEGREE--Stantou L. Sheimb, sou of Sheriff and Mrs. C. M. Sheimo of Northwood, received his doctor of medicine degree at the University of Iowa recently. The past 2 years he has been assistant in the allergy department at University hospital. He was commissioned lieutenant (j. 5.) in the navy Jan. 1. lie was married in August, 1942, to Miss C. Alaire Reed of Creston. Dr. and Mrs. Sheimo left Thursday for Farragut, Idaho, where the doctor will be stationed at the naval hospital. 2 MEN INJURED IN AUTO CRASH Car of George Miller \ Hurled Through Fence Clarion--George Miller, Wall Lake township farmer, was badly injured Wednesday morning when his car and an automobile driven by Donald Loux collided on an intersection on county "L" 3 miles south and a mile east of Clarion. Miller was driving north and Loux, who had a 4-wheel trailer hitched to his car, was headed east when the accident occurred. Miller's car was thrown through the fence into a pasture. The extent of Miller's injuries , cannot be determined until X-rays can be taken. Loux suffered minor injuries. Both cars and the trailer were badly damaged. S. Roberson Chairman of Chickasaw Board; Name Official Papers New Hampton--Severt T. Roberson of New Hampton was elected chairman of the Chickasaw county board of supervisors to succeed Harold Utley, who served 1 year. Both are republicans. The supervisors also reappoinled the board of social welfare: Mrs. Louis Rich of Fredericksburg; Eugene Albaugh of Nashua and Severt T. Roberson of New Hamp- Officers Elected by Rockford Co-Operative ^ Rockford--Frank Carrott was |j, elected president of the Rockford )·' Co-Operative Dairy association at |j a reorganization meeting for the · new year. Other officers are: H. L. Willert, vice president and treasurer, A. M. Schrandt wah rehired as manager and buttermaker, Thomas Damon as issistant buttermaker, Lairna Olson, bookkeeper, ; and Mrs. Phyllis Lichtsinn, general assistant. BUYS ADTO BUSINESS A l g o n a -- E l m e r Lindhart of Humboldt bought the business o f t the Kossuth Motor company and Si will take possesion this week.,i» Clarence Morrell bought the busi-jSl ness 9 years ago from Kohlhaas ul brothers. Mr. Lindhart is in the ?i« army and his wife will take overj the business here. DAIRYMEN MEET Alta Vista--Patrons of the Alta Vista Fanners Mutual Creamery association were to meet in in municipal hall here Thursday afternoon for their annual meeting. Election of officers and other business was to be be transacted. ton. The New Hampton Tribune, New Hampton American, Nashua Reporter and Fredericksburg News were named official newspapers for the county, the Tribune to receive full compensation and the other 3 each to receive two-thirds compensation for printing official publications. BEN HEDTKE DIES Luverne--Ben Hedtke, 66, died| at the Kossuth hospital, Algeria, | Wednesday morning of a heart 1 ailment. He was taken seriously ill Dec. 28 and died the following ! day. Funeral was held Friday. Sheffield--Chris Ahrens has gone to Batesville, Ind., called by the death of his Ahrens. Konig Will Be Speaker at Father-Son Banquet Alia Vista -- The Alta Vista Commercial Club's annual Father and Son banuet and program will be held in the Evangelical church parlors Monday night. A supper served by the Evangelical women at 7 o'clock will precede the program. Dr. R. H. Konig of Charles City will be guest speaker. C. H. Burnham will represent the fath- , _., ers on the program, Melvin John- father, Henry son the sons, and there will be 'several musical numbers. Riceville--Mrs. Ada Trotman of Morning Sun come this week to spend the rest of the winter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Guy Swan. How to Promptly Relieve MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Soreness and Stiffness You need to rub on » powerfully' ·ootMng "counler-irntanl" lik« iluatcrole for quick relief. Mosterole is better than an old-fashioned mustard plaster--it actually helps break up painful local congestion! MUSTEROLE iold Funeral Service or Pneumonia Victim Nora Springs--Funeral services ·ere held at the Sheckler funeral ome at 2 o'clock Monday after- oon for Wayne Baker, 31, who ied at 1:30 Saturday morning, at ie Mercy hospital in Mason City, le was taken to the hospital Dec. 9,\ suffering with pneumonia, nd death followed within less than 3 days. The Rev. Robert Davies, pastor £ the Methodist church, officiated, .nd buriaj was in Rock Grove emctery. Mr. Baker was born Jan. IB, 912. a son of Mr. and Mrs. Waler Baker of this community.. He ived in and around Nora Springs all his life, with the exception of a few years spent in Mason City. ie was-married to Clara Symes Jan. 12, 1934, and 4 children were born to the couple, all of whom survive their father. They are: Vlarjorie Ann, 8, Carolyne Ruth, "i, Jean Marie, 3, and Nancy Ellen, 18 months. For the first 3 years after his narriage, Mr. Baker farmed near Mora Springs, and since then he lad been doing tiling on the farms n this vicinity. In adidtion to his widow and children, he is survived by the 'olio wing brothers and sisters: VIrs. Kenneth Allen, New Hamp- lon; Clair Baker and Mrs. Art Straube o£ Nora Springs; Mrs. Blanche Combs of Los Angeles; Mrs. Gerald Trimble of Austin, Minn.; Mrs. Erich Renner of Mason City; Mrs. Gerald Bloomingdale of Mason City and Walter Baker of Waterloo. Scouts Score Advance at Osage Honor Court Osage--at a - recent court ol honor of Boy Scouts of Mitehel! district, the following advancements and honors were announced: Second class--Kenneth Reed, Jim Fredericksen and Dick Haakenson, Osage. ·First class -- Arthur Altick Osage. Merit badges--Harvard McLean Frank Ahrens, Art Altick and Jack Games, Osage. Life--Jack Gaincs. Sheffield--Mrs. Max Bokmeyei of Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting a the C. F. Bokmeyer home. COATS SUITS DRESSES SAVE UP TO Come to Merkel's for the BEST VALUES! Come to Merkel's for the F I N E S T QUALITY! You really wouldn't expect to find such values during these times! Shop on both the Second Floor and Basement. HATS BUY WAR BONDS WITH YOUR SAVINGS! Lucfcy You--to get these e x c e p t i o n a l values! Smart, higher priced hats at such savings you can afford several. Felts and Fabrics in black and colors. ^ir'~- .-j.:-'Kl'

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