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February 10, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY ID M ia87 SEVEN BEHREND TALKS TO LIONS CLUB Says Character Building and Citizenship Are Broad Objectives. Character building and citizenship training are the broad objectives of Boy Scouting, Earle K. Behvencl, North Iowa area executive, told the Lions club at its weekly luncheon in the Hotel Hanford Wednesday. u "But to the boy," he said, "these objectives are not so evident. He is interested in our program because it's made interesting. It hav- " nesses and utilizes the gang spirit which is so highly developed in ;;boys £ Scout age. It bottoms on another well recognized principle ot boy psychology, that o£ learning · by doing." Mr. Behrend traced scouting ' from ils beginnings in England, · conceived in the mind of Sir Rob- ;'ert Baden-Powell, who has lived to see his vision materialize in unexpected dimensions. A Chicago publisher in 1910, contacting ; Scouting through a "good turn" , to which he fell beneficiary, ' brought the program to America and the movement is now begin- · ning its twenty-eighth year here. "We're proud of our achievements in Scouting," Mr. Behrend concluded. "Proud--but not satisfied. We'd like to bring the program to jpore boys. And }ust one thing stands in the way of that: objective. We need more adult leadership. There's a challenge in Ihis for every business and professional man." · Allen Patton ot the Kayenay Engraving company was elected into membership in the club. Miss Carol Bell of Clear Lake entertained with three whistling numbers. Fred Shaffer was at the pi- · ano. John Shipley, a past president, presided in the absence of ,1. H. Marston and Cecil Maudsley introduced the program. Carl W. Blumenstiel, Mrs. Ida Bruns Wed at Rockford Church Carl W. Blumenstiel, Mason City, and Mrs. Ida Bruns, Rockford, were married at the Lutheran church of Roclcford "at high noon Wednesday, with the Rev. Fred Darnaur in charge. They were attended by a daughter and son-in-law of Mr. Blumenstiel, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Riley, Mason City. Mr. Blumenstiel is employed at the Potts jewelry store at Mason City. The couple will reside at 945 Delaware avenue northeast. Your Federal Income Tax No. 9 Exinplimis Allowed Couples Married During Taxable Year. Slot Machines Destroyed. WAUKON, C/P) -- Sheriff John King supervised destruction of 40 'gambling devices, including slot ·machines a n d pinball' g a m e s , seized in raids at Poslville and Waukon. comes name EVert|5uncla 0 Taxpayers should note t h a t under the Revenue Act of 193!) the credit for dependents as well as (lie personal exemption is required to be prorated where a change of status occurs during the taxable year and that these credits are allowable not only for the purpose of computing the normal tax, but also the surtax. A fractional part at a month is to be disregarded unless it amounts to more than half a month, in which case it is considered a month. For example, a single man and single woman who were married on July 20, 1930, and were living together on the last day of the taxable year, may file a joint return. If they file their return or returns on the basis of the calendar year, they would be entitled to a personal exemption of $2,203.34, which is seven- twelfths nf $1,01)0 for the husband while single, plus seven- twelfths ot 51,000 for the wife while single, plus five-twelfths ot $2,500 for the period during which they were married. It separate returns are filed each is entitled to a personal exemption of $1,104.17 which seven-twelfths ot 51,000, plus, one-half o[ five-twelfths of $2,500. If during the year 1836 the husband or the wife had the status of the head of n f a m i L prior to their marriage he or she would be entitled to his or hei prorala share of the personal ex- 'emplion of S2,.iQO allowed the head of a family for the period prior to their marriage ins teat of merely that allowed a singli person. However, for the period o their marriage any exemption tc which either might be entitled a the head ot a family would b merged in the joint personal ex emplion for that period. The join personal exemption allowable i the case' of a couple who wer married and living together dur ing the entire year may not ex cecd $2,500. If a child under 18 years of ag and dependent on the parent fo support reaches the age of 1 years during the taxable yeai the credit of S'100 for a depend ent is required to be prorated i the same manner as the persona exemption. For example, shoul the child's eighteenth birthda fair on June 30, Ihe parent woul be entitled to claim $200 credi for the dependent child--that is, one-half of 5400. The same rule applies to o t h e r dependents where a change of status occurs during the taxable year. MISS D, HANLON PLANS PROGRAM Virs. Rob Roy Cerney lo Judge Declamatory Contest. CLEAR LAKE--The home de- lamatory contest will be held at he high school auditorium Tuesday, Feb. 16, beginning promptly at 7:30 o'clock, according to an announcement by Miss Dorothy Hanon, dramatics instructor, who has he contest in charge. Three sections are entered, with 'our students in each. The person ·eceiving first place will enter the :tate series and the one awarded second will enter the county con- .est. Orators Named. Oratorical students and selec- ions sre as follows: "Traitors at the Bar"--Louise Holt. "The Greatest Game in the World"--Paul Anderson, "American Ideals"--Grctta Mc- I on don't have to wait to talk with the daughter who is away . . . she can come home every Sunday by long distance telephone. Whenever you wish you can hold reunions hy telephone . . . Sunday is a good time for the lowest rates arc in effect ALL DAY SUNDAY » . . whether you ask for a specified person or for anyone available at the telephone called. Long distance operators will b« glad io iell you the rate to any place at any timt. · Long Distance Rates Have B e e n R e d u c e d Eight Times in 10 Years CLEAR LAKE NEWS Nish. "We Call Them Radicals"--Bill Kennedy. Dramatic seelctinns will be iven by the following: "Elizabeth, the Queen"--Katheen Newman. "Peasant Wit"--Helen Lomen. "Homecoming"--Sunne Hcin. "Where the Cross Is Made"-- Kalhryn Wood. Music .Scheduled. Humorous readings to be given School Program"--Helen are: "The Ncalis. "A Sermon on the Home"--June Swanson. "The Yanks Are Coming--Barbara Rulan. "Tipping Off- Teacher"--Marguerite Winnie. Music selections will be given following each section. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, Mason City, will act as judge. TINA REBEKAHS DRAPE CHARTER Receive 2 New Members, Plan'Staff Practice, Program. CLEAR LAKE--Tu'o new members were received into Tina Rebekah lodge by transfer at its meeting at I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening. The charter was draped lor the two past presidents of the state Rebekah assembly who have died recently, Mrs. Emma Miller, Cherokee, and Mrs Mayme 'Butts, Wesley. Staff, practice will be held at the hall next Tuesday evening. Mrs. Anna Clausen, Mrs. Earl Lambert and Mrs Rasmus Nelson are the committee for the program at the meeting Feb. 23. : * * * BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN AID GIVES S10 Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies aic voted S10 to the Red Cross foi flood relief at ils meeting hek Tuesday afternoon at the home o Mrs. Lars Flom. Devotions were led by the Rev. S. M. Stenby and lunch was served. The Marcl meeting will be at the home o Mrs. Nels Jacobson, Reed street. * * a WOMEN PLAN FOR DOUGHNUT DAY Group No. 3 ot the Congrega tional aid plans to hold a dough nut day on Saturday, Feb. 20. Tin women will meet at (he Congre Sational church basement to maltf the doughnuts and will serve eof fee and doughnuts' there durin the afternoon. Mrs. N. B. Rice anc Mrs. C. A. Comstoclc were pointed to take advance orders. ap Solicit Donations for Free Magazine Table in City Restroom CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. H. E. Blougli and Mrs. C. A. Knutson, committee from the Twentieth Century club for the magazine table to be placed in the city restroom, announce that anyone having magazines to give may bring them to the rest room or telephone either person and someone will come to collect them. The magazines are for free distribution and will be taken out by those who desire to read them. They are not to be returned to the rest room but passed on lo neighbors or friends who will appreciate the reading material. The magazine table is the community project adopted by the club for 1937. Eastern Star to Hold School of Instruction CLEAR LAKE -- Eastern Sta lodge will hold its regular meetin at Masonic Temple on Feb. 1 without the customary 6:30 din ner. The dinner has been posl poncd until Friday, Feb. 19, whe the school o£ instruction will b held. Mrs. A. R. Lenz. Mason City district instructor, will be present at that time. There are, today, 23 different varieties ot treason under German law. And naming that dachshund Adolf is no longer considered funny.--Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Makes Good Threat to End Life When His Money Ran Out WATERLOO, (/P)--Making good a threat voiced frequently during the last few years that he would end his life whenever his money ran out, Henry Lempersz, 62, killed himself in his bedroom with a shotgun Wednesday morning. A Dutch immigrant and former f a r m worker, he had recently been earning his meals washing dishes in a restaurant. Wednesday morning;, refusing lo liecd a warning from his landlady that it wns time to go lo work, he said, "I quits it all today." A note, written in Dutch, bequeathed his body lo the University of Iowa. P.T.A. Anniversary Program Is Planned; Grades Hold Contest CLEAR LAKE -- The fortieth -mniversary of. P. T. A. which occurs on Feb. 17 will be celebrated ocally at a meeting of the association at the high school on Feb. 24 according to an announcement by the officers. The program will consist ot musical numbers di- recled by Miss Clara Metcalf and dramatic numbers presented by students under Miss Dorothy Han- Ion. A membership is opening in the grade rooms o£ the school soon, a prize of $2 having been offered by the association to the room bringing in the most father memberships up to Feb. 23. The winner will be announced and the prize awarded at the meeting Feb. 24. Vinton Woman Ends Her Life by Hanging VINTON, m -- Coroner John Burrows reported Mrs. R. T. Hansen, 41, wife ot a Vinton dentist and mother of four daughters, committed suicide by hanging herself in the basement of her home early Wednesday. Burrows said Dr. Hanson discovered the body when he wenl In the basement to fix the Tire in the furnace. YO R UR Nerves on Edge? JF your day begins with backache, headache or periodic pains, with nerves on edge, irritability and discomforts associated will] functional disturbances, you need the tonic effect of Dr. Picrcc's Favorite Prescription, which lias [01 nearly seventy years been helping \vonicn in every state in tlie Union. Your Mvoiilt ![URB!SI fan supply you this old reliable vegetable tonic ivliich creases the appetite and ibis incrcatcs the inline of food, thereby strengthening the body. Buy now! New size, Ublcls :0 rents, liquid Sl'.fW. l-arce size, tablel.i or liquid. 51.35. Write for free medical advice, to Dr. Picite's Clinic, Bulfllo, N. Y. ONE-THIRD OFF ON ALL ELECTRIC Mantel Clocks . . . Including the better nationally advertised makes. JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. C. C. Mitchell Will Open Radio Shop CLEAR LAKE--C. C. Mitchell will open a radio shop at 118 North Fourth street, his former location, March 1. He will be prepared to do electric wiring and radio repair work and will carry a line of radio supplies. The family is returning from Spirit Lake and is moving into the house on North Second street recently vacated by B. C. Myhr. Librarian at Waterloo. WATERLOO, (/P)--Miss Blanche Stewart, librarian at Mnvshall- town, Wednesday accepted a position as public librarian here to succeed Miss Callio Wiedcr, who died last fall. Miss Stewart will come to Waterloo April 1 ( You're On the Spot, Fellow/ Sunday is Valentine Day! A Corsage For the Sweetheart 50c up Spring Flowers For the Wife $1.00 up A Plant for Mother 75c up IF SHE IS OUT OF TOWN WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS JOHNSTON'S WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERS P H O N E 123 10 FIRST STREET N. W. PHONE 2500 Penney* STARTS TOMORROW FEB. 11, at 8:30 A. M. Many rare treats for you, so come early. Penney's Dollar Days mean savings in dollars to you. Market prices' are advancing, so lay in your supply at these exceptionally low prices. 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