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Thursday, February 17, 1944
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Iowa Suspendsjncome Tax of Those in U. S. Service (Thursday, Feb. 17, 1941 7 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DOES NOT MEAN IT IS CANCELLED Commission Asks for Affidavit From Each Des .Moines, (IP)--"As a matter o£ practical application" the Iowa tax commission has suspended for the duration the delinquent state income taxes of rowans in the armed forces, Commission Chairman H. A. Grantham said Thursday.- Grantham said'the commission did not have cancelation power and that any permanent suspension of such taxes was a matter for the legislature to decide. "If we know the individual is in the service we suspend the tax,' he said. "We would like however, to have an affidavit signed by himself, his wife, or a J blood relative." , The"affidavit form says the tax {;. is unpaid because service in the ;,] armed forces has materially af- iecfed the person's ability to pay 1,-~~*u-,.-- :j i i _ _ r .r ' was "a Grantham said there ..,= ,, , -ot of talk" about canceling the !'/ delinquent tax where servicemen ',; were concerned and commented ) that if that happened those who | had paid probably would ' be given refunds. BROTHERHOOD MEETS Manly--The Rev. Mr. Roser pastor of the Evangelical church at Meservey, was speaker at Bethel church in Manly Monday evening when the Brotherhood met for its monthly session. His theme was, "When Going is Hard." Arthur Roberts, Keal Hungerford, and M. H. Barker had ·charge of the song service devotional, and business. ' LIST BIRTHS Xew Hampton--The following births were reported here: pvt and Mrs. Maurice Sheehy, d'au»h- ter, Feb. 8; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Slack, daughter, Feb. D- Mr and Mrs. Henry · Maklenbur" daughter, Feb. 10; Mr. and Mrs I G. N. O'Donnell, son. Feb. ll; Mr .and Mrs. Henry Rabe, son, Feb 14. J. K. Santee Closes Out Farm After 42 Years Iowa Falls -- Approximately 1,000 persons attended the closing out sale at the J. K. Santee farm 3 miles southeast of Iowa Falls Tuesday. Many came 40 miles to attend the sale. Mr. Santee is retiring from active farming. He has been a grain and livestock farmer in Hardin county for 42 years. For 19 years lie farmed 694 acres. The past 2 years he farmed the 200-aere farm with the assistance o£ 1 man He has lived in Iowa Falls for '0 years. HOU) FAREWELL Stacyville--A large group of · T t_ · fc "O^' feLUUt' U L neighbors gave a farewell surprise party on Mr. and Mrs Mattie Miller at their farm home The Millers have been tenants on the Gerhart brothers farm for 'c years. They will leave March "l | to a new farm of their own which they purchased 2 years ago. Mr and Mrs. Laurence Firscbing will take over the Gerhart farm. GETS COMMISSION i , , s l ' « a -- L e o n Tracy, son ' of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tracy was m graduated' i rom advanced 'cadet · training Feb. 8 at Williams Field ·i Phoenix, Ariz., and received his silver wings and commission of 2nd lieutenant. He is hone on 1 a leave and- will report at IChico, Cal. SERGEANT VISITS Cresco--Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lar- lien, living near Cresco, enjoyed a 12 weeks' visit from their daughter |:gt. Edna Mae Larsen of the "Wom- Wns Beserve area, Camp Lejeune fyfew River, N. Car. She came part '*'=" by airplane. Remarkable Treament FOR STOMACH DISTRESS From Too Much Acid Stomach y o u t oru ,,.«) burnln- much acid? such conditions. It you suffer from r IOWAN INJURED IN PACIFIC WAR Wife at Fredericksburg Gets Wive, No Details Fredericksbure--Word has been received by Mrs. Arlene Koehler that her husband. Sgt. Waldon E. Koehler, 29, was "seriously injured Feb. 2 at Kwajalein atoll in the Marshall islands," adding that his address will be sent as soon as available. The telegram from the war department was the first intimation Mrs. Koehler had of her husband being advanced to sergeant. This is the first serviceman from the Fredericksburg vicinity to be in- 3tired in the Pacific area. Koehler formerly operated the Black and White cafe in partnership with Everett Slack, now o£ State Center. He has been in the service about' 15 months, C of which has been spent outside the country. The telegram was sent by the war department Feb. 13, reaching Mrs. Koehler on Valentine's day. The couple's 3rd 'wedding anniversary was Feb. G. Mrs Koehler and Dickie make their home with her mother, Mrs Marie Slack. HOWARD P. DAVIS DAVISTOSPEAK AT LAKE MILLS World Observer and Analyst Knew Hitler Lake Mills -- Howard Pierce Davis, observer and analyst of world affairs, will speak at the Lake Mills high school auditorium Friday at 3 p. m. Mr. Davis' appearance in Lake Mills is sponsored by the Lake Mills Lions club. More than a decade ago, Howard Pierce Davis sat in the Brown House at Munich and heard Adolf Hitler predict his rise to power. When the prediction was fulfilled in 1933, the fuehrer mailed Davis a reminder of the interview. Davis is widely heralded as ,, lecturer and analyst of. the first rank. Hold Funeral Service for Mrs. Andrew Earth Decorah--Funeral services for Mrs. Andrew Earth were held Monday at the Fjetstul funeral home and at the First Lutheran church. Burial cemetery, with Hoff officiatin was in Phelps the Rev. T. A. Mrs. Barth died . . e at the Decorah hospital Friday following a sickness which developed into pneumonia. Four children survive. HANNAH R, HALL DIES AT SEATTLE Funeral to Be .Friday for Hancock Pioneer Garner -- Funeral services for Hannah R. Hall, 97, will be held B'riday at 2 o'clock at the United Presbyterian church with the Rev. Dr. W. A. Po_llock in charge. Burial will be in Concord township cemetery. Mrs. Hall died at Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Hall was the last surviving member of the Garner United Presbyterian church. She was the wife of G. J. Hall who died m 1915. The Halls were early settlers in this county in the 70's residing on the farm now owned by Clinton D. Daniels.' Mrs. Hall was born Feb. 15 1847, near Washington, Iowa She lad been living with her daugh- Gertrude, in Seattle during WAVERLY YOUTH HAS STATE POST Is Elected Historian by Iowa Boys' 4-H Club Ames--John Drosle, Wavcrly farm boy, was elected historian of the Iowa boys' 4-H club, it was announced Wednesday at the state 4-H club office at Iowa State college. Other 'officers were: Herbert Hoover, 20, Oskaloosa, president; Deane Rinncr, Mount Pleasant, vice president; John Kenney, Vail, secretary^ and Theodore Cottrel, Vintori, treasurer. Droste is 19 years old and a 4-H member lor 9 years. He has shown and judged stock at county, state and national shows. He was a member of the champion Iowa state dairy judging team in 1941 and a member of the reserve champion team in the national contest at Memphis, Tenn., in 1941. He also represented Iowa 4-H dairy calf club members at the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago in 1942. Hoover won many honors with 4-H club livestock in county and state shows, and was a member of 3 demonstration teams and , recent years. Surviving are the following --- o «. v. mi; luiiuwing children: Mrs. Henry Burns, West Va ley N. Y.; Thomas Hall, Seattle; J o h n Hall, Mason City; Gertrude Hall, Seattle; Harry Hall, Mason City; Frank Hall and Mrs. Nellie Nacheim, both of Seattle. A son. Charles, died 24 rears ago, and a. daughter in in- ancy. Both were buried in Concord township cemetery club judging team. He is a member of the program committee for the regional conference of the National Rural Life association, and a member of the Mahaska county livestock and feed conservation committee. He is a former president and vice president of the Iowa Association of Future Farmers of America. H E R E and T H E R E Dripps. Garner--Mr. willl visit at the home of Mr. and "--' - ·· - ' Mrs. Arthur Ross-and daughter, Betsy. Alta Vista _ The Rev. K. J. member of a Mahaska county 4-H o Sheffield--Mr. and Mrs. Ray club judging team. He is a mem- Schroeder.and Mrs. E, W. Tucker, Hodum and Nick Nosbisch were honored at a special program at the February meeting of the Alta Vista Commercial club in the Zion Lutheran chui-ch parlors Monday night. The men are leaving the community. Goodell--Mrs. Ralph Hofer and Mrs. Paul Kramer are patients in Mercy hospital at Mason City. Rake;--A group of neighbors honored Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stowe at a farewell party at the home ol their son, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. Stowe purchased a house in Buffalo Center and moved from a farm east of Rake. Garner--Kenneth Juhl went to Des Moines Tuesday and will be employed by the Valley Transport company until he is called into service. Crystal Lake--Mrs. Victor Fend- Thornton--Mrs. Carl Floy is a patient at Mercy hospital in Mason- City. Stacyville--Mr. and Mrs. 'joe Brumm entertained at a family dinner honoring Cpl. and Mrs. Edward Brumm of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Stilson--Mrs. Edna Nail, for many years a resident ot this community, is employed in the Otterbein home at Lebanon, Ohio, under the direction of the United Brethren church. Luverne--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch h a v e the pleasure of having their 2 soldier sons home on furlough. Henry is located at Camp Abbott, Ore., and Artie is at Camp McCain, Miss. Hurt--C. W. Reynolds, who has been working with a construction company at Clinton, Tenn., arrived home Monday for a visit with liis family. LeRoy, Minn.--Richard Pooler in camp at Texas arrived to spend his .furlough with his wife, also his parents' Mr. and Mrs. R. Pooler. Emmetsburg--Pvt. Dick Hand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hand oC Emmetsfaurg, is spending a 15 day furlough at the home of his parents. He is being transferred from Denver, Colo., to a camp in California. Mclntire--Mr. and Mrs. L. Elwell left Tuesday afternoon, after a week's visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sloan. They will also visit relatives at various places enroute to their home at Seattle, Wash. Stacyville--Lt. Matthew Heimerman of Fort Bliss,' Tex., visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Heimerman, enroute to his new base at Camp Davis, N. Car., where he will be instructor in operation of half tracks. Coulter--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Newell celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary Monday evening. Stacyville--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolf received word that their son, Vero, who had been in New York for several months, was now in service in the Panama Canal zone. Sheffield--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette -amer boy WfflifflfflfflDBI PRICE THE riUUt OF THE CHIC AGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE Ronneberg to Speak at Creamery Meeting Coulfer--The annual meeting of t h e H a m i l t o n Co-Operative Creamery company will be held at the Coulter public school auditorium Monday. Dinner at noon followed by the business meeting and election of officers. A. L. Ronneberg, manager of the Iowa State Brand creameries at Mason City, will speak. ENLISTS IN WAVES Iowa Falls--Miss Helen Hocum, daughter of M. O. Hocum, has enlisted in the WAVES, and will report at Hunter college in New York City, March 8, to begin training in radio. Recently she has been in Kansas City. Mo., instructing men in the army signal corps in radio and teletype. She formerly did secretarial work in the office of the city manager in Iowa Falls. Saccharin is 300 times sweeter than cane sugar. IMPORTANT!...Please report any attempt to charge more than 10* for the Chicago Sunday Tribune! lnoiirr M ci«c«un«» MH., CKICIM TIIIUW) MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thl, Old Tnatment Oft«n Bring. Happy Reli.f --«! r "·*"«· ·«nun«, pumocss under the ·TO. bwdacba »ad diizmras- rrwjucnt ot ·canty paMarcs with nnartinic ancTburnmg ·p.TOtraes .hows Here b ·ometiioj vn» with your kMneyVor bkddtr. ^^ * I ''Tifcl.V-IH"' 1 * 3 ' wyraiflioaa for orcr 10 ilrt o?ki?-- ? " ? -- rf? " d *i a1 t1 » "" Crown Point, Ind., and tha Buse, Freeport, Til., visited several days at the Otto Storck iome. Thornton--Harold Thada, who is a patient in Mason City, is showing some improvement. G r e e n c--Hal Lockvvood vi Charles C i t y was the principal speaker at the local Masonic lodge past.few days. h e r e h e .-- ..., .,,., after visiting their father, Eli Olson, who is ill at the home of his brother, J. E. Olson. His daughters, Mrs. Grace Anderson and Mrs. Alfred Christians, remained here to assist in caring for their father. Goldfield--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvey took their month old son, Thomas Howard, to Iowa City where he entered the University hospital for treatment. Xorthwood _ Clarence Mellem underwent a major operation Monday at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Stacyville--Mrs. Anton Neiss returned from Mercy hospital at Mason City where she underwenl a major operation. Le Roy, Minn--Mrs. Christine Anderson came home Sunday night from La Crosse, Wis., where she spent 2 weeks in the home of her son, Kai, while his wife wa: a clinic patient in Rochester. Emmetsburg _ Ensign Emroy Higley left Wednesday for Chicago where she will report for duty in a Great Lakes naval hospital. She has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Higley for a week. Alta Vista--Flight Officer Reynold Hentges is spending a few days with,his brothers, Clifford and Paul, and with other home folks. Reynold was graduated from the army air corps at Ft. Sumner. Tex., and has his wings. Cresco--Flag day was fittingly observed at the morning service of the Cresco Congregational church by the pastor, the Rev. E. Forest Byers, choir and members of the church school on Sunday. Manly--The English Lutheran church is planning a special Lenten program starting with the pre- lenten hour Sunday, Feb. 20. Thompson--Mrs. W. R. Shay, who has been visiting her son, Wayne and family, at Hastings, Nebr., and friends at Omaha for the past 3 weeks, returned Monday. Joice--Mrs. Edward Brunsvold and Mrs. Loren Nus returned Friday evening from Minneapolis where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petersburg and Lt. Eugene Petersburg on leave from Marfa, Tex. The lieutenant received his commission and wings Feb. 8. Both are sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Petersburg, former Joice business people. Dougherty--Mrs. E. G. Dougherty left Monday to meet her son, Cpl. Clarke Dougherty, in Chicago. Chapin--Mrs. Joe Boots left for _ week's visit with the George Hemm and Sidney Boots families in Davenport. Goodell--Capt. and Mrs. Stanley Henderson of Jacksonville, Fla., are the parents of a gir], Krislen Louise, born Jan. 27. Nashua--Paul Borgelum, county agent of Butler county, who resides at Allison, had an emergency operation for appendicitis at the Wavcrly hospital. He formerly resided here and his wife was (he former Lucille Nafus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R A Nafus. Rake--Vcrnon Erdalil, son of Mrs. M. R. Erdahl, who left last week for the navy, is stationed at Camp Waldron, Farragut Idaho. Tuesday night. Members of the Marble Rock l o d g e were also guests. G. R. Watterson' is worshipful master of the lodge at Greene. Forest City -- Lt. Clarence Nor- slrud is expected home on furlough. having graduated from the iLubbock flying school at Lubbock, Tex. He was commissioned a 2nd lientenant. tirnelsburg-- Mrs. Daniel Kelly will leave Thursday morning for a 6 weeks trip to the south and west. From here she will go to Columbia, Mo., to visit her son, Sgt. John Kelly who is with the finance department of the army. Stacyville -- Hubert Schumaker, seaman 2nd class of Farragut, Idaho, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schumaker, has been transferred to the naval air training center at Bryan Knudsen Garner--A large crowd attended the annual fireman's ball held at the opera house Monday evening. Plymouth--Leo Johnston will move on to the home farm vacated sy his parents who moved to of Plymouth in February. Chester--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Claud of Cape May, N. J. are Norman, Okla. Coulter -- Mrs. nnd son. Junior, were in Des Moines Sunday to sec Mr. Knudsen who is a patient al the Veterans hospital. Stacyville -- Sgt. Burtus Bush, who hart been in training in an engineers combat company at Yuma, Ariz., arrived safely in England. Dougherty -- Pfc. Donald Littig, stationed at the air base at 'Columbia, S. Car., is home on a 20-day furlough. Chester -- Mrs. Hattie Stevens visited Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Owen Leslie in Waterloo. Kanawha -- Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Judd have gone to Excelsior Springs, Mo., where the doctor will take treatments. Their son, Albert Judd, of Des Moines, accompanied them. . ·» Burl-- Pvt. Gordon Graham is spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham. He is on his way from Camp Walters, Tex., to Fort prd. Oil. Lc Roy, Minn. -- George Sumnicht who has been at naval train- ng school, Toledo, Ohio, arrived Sunday on a 10 day leave to visit )is wife and daughter before wing transferred. , . ., spending a 15 day leave visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dougherty in Chester, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Claud in Riceville. Mrs. Claud is in the radio department. Kanawha--Esthel Ames visited in the home ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ames. He is with the navy and has been stationed in the Panama. Canal zone, and was enroute to the east coast where he will take a 3 year course in electrical work. Greene--Mrs. J. J. Chukker of Wortnington, Minn., is a guest of relatives at Greene. Mr. Chukker was formerly station agent for the Rock Island railroad at Greene Thornton--M r s. Walter Neuberger was hostess to the members of the local O. E. S. chapter at her home Tuesday afternoon. LeRoy, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brown left Monday night to visit their son. Major George Brown and f.-nnily, at San Diego Cal., also her sister. Mrs. Hazel Thompson in California. Goodell--Mrs. Arnold Grcgcr- son and Byron of Minneapolis arc visiting al the parental M. J Kearney home and with Arnold's home folks in Mason City. CAPT. TED PESHAK FORMER EDITOR SERVES COUNTRY Capt. Ted Peshak Gets Post as Photographer Manly--Capt. Ted Poshiik, who spent more than 2 years in Porto Rico, was sent recently on special mission to Cuba, according to word received by Mrs. Peshak. He is a photographer, and has been in the area between Cuba and Trinidad, covering the Virgin Islands, taking movies of all maneuvers in technicolor. Before entering service, Captain Peshak was owner and editor of the Odebolt Chronicle. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peshak of Plymouth. His wife and 2 sons, Gary 3, and Gayle 2 live here. There is n large collection of rare pieces of silver, leather, and carved wood at the Peshak home. Among the gifts most recently received was a beautiful handbag made from the entire skin of a baby crocodile; a silver bracelet spun spider lace pattern, made m Mexico, bought in Cuba; a box of 4 bottles ot perfume, among which was 'Chanel No.' 5' Betty Grable's favorite; and 2 wonderful airplanes for the boys. Having served 2 years across, Captain Peshak is expected home soon. FURLOUGH ENDS New Hamplon _ Capt. William McAloon, who recently completed 50 bombing missions in the European theater of war, has completed his 20-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAlaou. and has left for Miami Beach, Fla. Journalism consists in buyin" white paper at 2 cents a pound and selling it at 10 cents a pound --Dana. Pastors Plan Program for Lent Season Manly--A mid-week Lenten program is planned by ministers of g f - Pauls, English Lutheran, and Bethel churches, using as the tneme, "Meditations on the Cross " Starting Fob. 23, the Rev. Harold Henriksen will have the opening service at St. Paul's church. The Rev. H. M. Raeker will have charge of the service March 1 at the English Lutheran church. The Rev. Paul Laubcngayer will speak March 8 at Bethel. There will also be services each week fo- the following 3 successive weeks on Wednesday evening with pas- iors alternating. AH services are at 8 o'clock. Then there will be a service at St. Paul's church at 2 p. in. Good Friday. The offerings will be used for tne ministry among service men. Mrs. Ole Gilbertson Dies; Funeral Monday Decorah--Mis. Ole Gilbertson, 8Q, died Feb. 10 at the Decorah hospital following a Jong illness. Funeral services were held Monday at the Madison Lutheran church and burial was iri the adjoining cemetery. The Rev. M B Quill officiated. She is survived by her husband and 7 children HOLD SERVICES FORMRS.LAUGEN Former Resident of Rushford Dies at 84 Decorah--Funeral services were held Wednesday in Rushford Minn., for Mrs. Ole O. Laugen of Decorah. The Rev. N. O. OUerstad conducted the services. Mrs. Laugen died Sunday at her home at 308 East Main street after an illness o£ several months. She was born in Busness, Tele- marken. Norway, June 15 1867 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gund- hck Reeser. She came to this country when she was 35 years old and was married in March 1907 to Ole O. Laugen. Her husband and one son, Louis of Decorah. survive. She also is survived by one sister, Mrs Alice Baker of Rushford. The Laugens moved here from Hushiord 13 months ago. HOLD BIRTHDAY PARTY Stacyville--Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Krcbsbach entertained a large group o[ friends honorin" Henry Hambrechl at his farm home on his 75th birthday: He lias lived on the home farm all his life. DECLARED SANE; SEEKS DIVORCE Mrs. Kautman Asks Care of 2 Sons, Allowance Decorah -- A charge is made that her husband, without basis or foundation, caused her to be committed to the state hospital at Independence by the Winneshiek county insanity commission in a divorce action filed in the Winneshiek county district court Saturday by Mrs. Barbara Kautman against her husband, Frank C Kautman. She is alleged to have been taken io Independence last summer. The couple married June 1 1927, in Spillville and later lived m Decorah. Mr. Kautman was a painter and decorator. Within the 10 days permitted tor an appeal from the findings, based on a physician's report, o£ the insanity commission, Atty. J. A. Nelson filed an appeal and Mrs. Kautman was brought before Judge M. M. Cooney of the Winneshiek county district court for a trial. After witnesses had been called through an agreement between Atty. Nelson and County Attorney F r a n k Miller, Mrs. Kautman was sent (o the University of Iowa hospital for examination before psychiatrists. Following the investigation at lowa City and the report on the case, Judge Cooney sustained the appeal and ruled that Mrs. Kautman was sane. She then returned to this county and has been making her home with relatives in the Spillville community. The 2 sons o£ the couple were sent to a school in Dubuque on the recommendations of Mrs. Lola Keppert, county welfare worker at the beginning of the year Mrs. Kautman is asking for custody of the children and for an allowance for their support. Farmer Breaks Bones in Fall From Haymow Deeorah--Jim Storlz o£ Canoe township fell from a haymow Monday and fractured both bones in his right ankle. He crawled from the barn to the house. He is a patient at the Decorah hospital. Does Constipation Hang On? 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Here are brief discussions of the securities that you can buy at your plant, office, Savings and Loan Associations, and many governmental agencies. Unit.rf Starts War !a«ingi Bond $.r!., t Interest 2-9^ i year, compounded semiannually if held to maturity. Giving you S4 for every S3 you invest. 24 Tr.aiury tanifi of 1945.1970 Interest paid scmi-annually. Oth«r S.curitiai Scries C Savings Notes; %T C Certificates of lncicbtcdn«s; 2'/,^i Treasury Bonds of I95fi to 1959; United States Savings B»ncl Scries F; Unfcttl States Saving Hontl -Scries G. Pick out the securities you wil! buy beyond your regular purchases. And determine to buy at least an extra S100 --more if you possibly can. .,, 1 n* nm SIKI C Si. P.iiil, Miun BREWERS OF ·"HAMM'S IISTEK TO: "Pref.tuJ Moloditl." Won., W»d . Fri.. 6.5 P. »,,· "Ey.. Cap S:.5 P. M. r " Ynrnl," Ihu F. M. ond S a l . . 7:15 P. M.-Slotion KXEL

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