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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY. JANUARY H, M « » _ ---- · ---.-.-. irnjtic,Lfi.t, JANUARY It, 1943 Iowa Legislators to Hear Plea for Repeal of Income Tax L BILL IS FILED IN BOTH HOUSES Ask Appeal to Apply on Incomes ot 1942 DES MOINES, (tP)--A bill providing for outright repeal of Iowa's income tax law was on file in toth houses of. the state legislature Thursday. The bill was filed in the senate and house respectively by Senator .A. Earl Augustine (D., OskaJoosa) and Representative William Yager (D., Spirit Lake.) · Copies of the measure were left with the secretary of the senate and clerk of the house Wednesday night, preparatory to their formal introduction Thursday. The action came on the eve of the inaugural address of the new republican governor, Boarke B. Hickenlooper The measure provides that the proposed income tax'repeal shai; apply to tax on income in 1942 which is payable this year and that any tax collected by the state on 1942 income shall be refunded. FRANKLIN PETIT JURORS CHOSEN Members to Appear Early in February HAMPTON-- The following petit jurors were drawn for the February term of court which opened Monday, Feb. 8: Mrs. Harvey Obrecht, Mrs. C. L. Bredt, Mrs. J. S. Rule, Miss Florence Becbe, Mrs. C. S. Eddy. Mrs. H. W. Hardy, Mrs. T.' O. Whitehead, A. M. Amundsen, Elmer Bole, Miss Mary Allinson. Mrs. N. A. Inglis, Mrs. A. H. Paullus, airs. L. S. Wagoner, Arthur N. Hough, Mrs. B. G. Walsh, Chris Nielsen, and Mrs. Hampton. , T. C. Argent, all of Ruby Reetz, Mayme Atkinson, Edith Harris of Sheffield; Tom Schear, Herman Struthoff Walter Bcrgeman, Geneva; Margaret Yaw J. E. Meyer of Grant; Mrs. Floyd Olson of Hamilton; airs. Will Hon- cck. J. M. Beer, Maurice Towle J. L. Straw of Ingham; W. J. Keefe, Fred F. Meyers, Ben Jann- t t sen of Mott; Arthur Rothhouse, of Marion; Verl Easton, J. H. Connelly of Morgan. Mrs. G. M. Anderson, Mrs. Ed Ackerman, S. W. Harding of Oakland; Mrs. Viola Carroll, Carrie Homan. Mae Nymeyer, John Bodecker of Osceola; C. J. Heiberger of Ross; Mrs. John Zacharias, Lee Towle, Otto Rodemcyer ot Reeve; H. B. Janssen, Mrs. Elmer Sheriff ot Richand; Mrs. John Arends George Dunn of Scott; John Hopkey of Wisner; Mrs. Annis Nelson Hay Allen of West Fork. i^Tj anklin count y grand jurors for 3943 are Kermit Mendell, Lee; Samuel Clawson, Mott; M. J. Mo Cormick, Richland: Charles Sheppard, Ross; Carl Johansen, Marion; V. V. Elson, Hampton; Ray Wharton. Scott; J. A. Mennin" Peeve; Albert Frederick, Geneva-' C. F. Jackson, Ingham; H. B. Gruis' Wisner; Frank Smith, West Fork! Funeral Service Held for Mrs. Eva Williams CLAHION _ Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the Eylcr funeral home for Mrs. Eva M. Williams, 80, who died Tuesday at her home in Clarion. The Rev. ^Bruce B. Ma the ws . pastor of the Church of Christ] conducted the services. Eva M. Atwood was born May 13, 1862, in Ohio, where she taught school for 27 years before her marriage to Richard Williams of Clarion in December of 1911. In I9H they moved to Perry where they lived until 2928 when they returned to Clarion. Mr. Williams died in 1941. She is survived by txvo brothers and two step-daughters, Mrs. P. M Wilson of Ktcmme and Mrs. T. J Henry of Clarion. Burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery. BREAKS LEG IN FALL NORTHWOOD--Walter Johnson, son oE Mr. and Mrs. C'oris Johnson of Northwood, slipped on the ice at his home, Wednesday morning and broke his leg in two places. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota CLARKSVILLE --Pvt. Howan Klunder has been transferred from the army air base at Waycross, Ga., to a base at New Orleans, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Klunder. CORWITH-- Mrs. Walter Thorson entertained the teachers of the consolidated schols at a party Wednesday evening at the horn, of Dr. and Mrs. Walley. DECORAH -- Roger Stoen will represent the senior class of the high school this month at the weekly meetings ofo the Decorah Rotary club. TITONKA--Mrs. Joseph Jelick and son, Jerry, left Tuesday for Traer to visit with her parents Mr. Jelick was inducted into the army last week. He is the first young man with a family to be taken from here. Mrs. Jelcik expects to return here to make hei home for the duration. CLARKSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. William Dralle and son. Virgil, have moved to oWaterloo, where booth Mr. Dralle and Virgil have obtained employment. RUDD--Mrs. Melvin Finch ot Charles City, has accepted teaching position in the Rudd school. S P I L L V I L L E -- P v t . Henry Humpal of Camp Pickett, Va., and Pvt. Martin Ludwig of Camp Carrabelle, Fla., are spending a furlough with their parents. PLYMOUTH--The Rev. L. E. Sarchett, pastor of Methodist church in Plymouth, left Tuesday for Manchester to attend a conference. LYLE, Minn. --Mrs. Ed Eye has resigned her position at the Lyle postoffice and R. A. Anderson has been appointed to fill the vacancy. SPILLVILLE--Anna Andera ot Clear Lake arrived for a several months stay with her mother. OSAGE --News from Lt. Martin Schaeferle states that a son was born to his wife, the former Ann Fiddick of Osage, Sunday evening. Lt. Martin Schaeferle, a doctor, -is stationed at Ft Riley Kans. ' D E C O R A H--Attorney A. C. Lynch has been appointed government appeal agent to hear appeals made to the selective service board. VENTURA--Mrs. Lulu Hunter o£ Cursing, Minn., is visiting at the home of her nephew, the Rev. Donald Johnson. KANAWHA -- Senator O. E Johnson- left Saturday for Des Moines to take up his duties in the Iowa legislature. Senator Johnson will attend a session of the federal court in .Dubuque on Thursday. RAKE -- Mrs. Bertha Nelson and Mrs. Ramon Nelson are spending a week at the home of the former's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Carlson and family at Manchester. RAKE --Mrs. Harvey Lund o£ Westby, Wis., arrived on Saturday to spend an indefinite period at the Martin Olson home and with other relatives here NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. Clarence Lmter is in Mercy hospital at Mason City where she submitted to a major operation Monday. She will be in the hospital about two weeks. RAKE--Pvt. Kermit Fjetland of Camp Pickett, Va., is spendin a furlough with relatives here and at Blooming Prairie, Minn. WODEN--Mrs. Howard Fredrickson, who has been visiting her husband in Texas, returned to her home here this week. She also visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grubb and daughter, at Houston, Texas G O L D FIELD--Miss Happie Smith of Fort Dodge came the last of the week for a several months stay with her sister, the Rev. Joy Smith, pastor of the *Iethodist church. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Amosson and daughter, Roberta, of Dows, were guests at the parental Osmund Amosson home Sunday. FOREST CITY--Lt. Kenneth Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Christiansen, now of Los Angeles, Cal., visited friends here over the weekend. RAKE --Mrs. Hilda Burreson of Kesper is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. O. Sorlien and family. BELMOND-- Charles Norby of the U. S. N. is spending a 17 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Norby. ACKLEY--Mr. and Mrs. John Shafer are the parents oE a son born at Ellsworth hospital at Iowa Falls, Jan. 11. CLARION--The infant son oE Mr. and Mrs. Jay I. Knuths of Gait died at birth Tuesday at the Claron General hospital. Funeral arrangements arc in charge of the Clarion General hospital. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Ben Newby submitted to an operation at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton, Monday. COULTER--Duane Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed, is home on a 10 day furlough from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. FOREST CITY--Sheldon Can- .rali, son' of Mr. and Mrs. U. J. -antrall, who is stationed with U~. S. navy in California, came Friday to spend his furlough with his wife and relatives. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Neal Reid of New York City is visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Trowbridge, while en- route to Los Angctcs, Cal NORTHWOOD-0. J. Wignes of ^orthwood left Sunday for Long 3each, Cal., where he'will take a ob m a defense plant. He will )een at Hastings, Nebr., working n a defense plant. The family will remain in Northwood. Fighter Pilot of First 1943 Gloss NORTHWOOD-- Lt. Robert J. Jacobson, above, was a member of the first graduating class of fighter pilots of 1343. Jacobson's class was made up of the largest number of war birds in Ihe history of the army air forces guir coast training center to be graduated at one time. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate are the parents of a Daughter, Eleanor Kay, born at their borne Saturday, Jan. 9. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fjetland and family moved from an apartment in town to othe O B. Christian son farm in Eden township where he will be cm- ployed. STACYVILLE --The ladies ot tl.e Union Presbyterian church served luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Woolworth. Mrs. William Alber's was assistant hostess STACYVILLE--Ester and Marcella Striet and Mary Spartz left for Omaha, Neb., Monday to .take over new joobs STACYVILLE --Corp. Edward Merfeld left Monday by plane from Des Moines for Camp Cook, Cal., after a ten day furlough at the home of his sister, Mrs. C E Staudt. NORTHWOOD-- Sgt. O r e n z e Hopperstad arrived home Saturday morning from camp at Pueblo. Colo., for a six day furlough with his father, Iver Hopperstad, and his sisters. CHESTER--Miss Patricia Kelly, who is employed in Cedar Rapids, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Pat Kelly, Sunday. MITCHELL-- Dayle Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, was graduated from an inspectors school at Fort Logan, Colo., January 7, and has returned to Miami Beach, Fla. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller, of near Carpenter, moved Monday to the home which they purchased last fall from Paul Rot- tink. RICEVILLE--.Tames R u 11 e r who recently returned from Alaska, has gone to Kansas with the Carlton Construction company. NORTHWOOD -- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Randall at the Park hospital in Mason City a son who has been given the name David John. KANAWHA _ Mrs.. L e n o r e Munson has gone to Iowa City to visit in the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don McCavick. Mr. and Mrs Me- Cavick and daughter will move soon to Austin, Texas, where he will be an instructor in the college there. WODEN-- Mrs. August Brunson entertained the Lutheran Ladies Aid at her home Wednesday afternoon. DECORAH -- Miss Elizabeth Powers, D. H. S. librarian, who has been in the hospital since December 7 with complications resulting from a fall, has returned to her position. T1TONKA -- Allan Carr has been 'hired by the Standard- Oil company to manage its business here and,maintain a tank service. Mr. Carr comes here from Bancroft where he operated a tank service for seven years. He has a family of 12 children and four of the sons are in the armed forces OSAGE--Mr. and /Mrs. John Love received 'a cablegram from their son, Birchard, Tuesday, from Belfast, Ireland, where he has been stationed for nearly a year. He states that he is well, had a happy Christmas and New Year, and received his Christmas packages. Birchard has been in service since April. 1341, and was one of the first to be sent across. RAKE --Mr. and Mrs. Everette Ambur^cr are the parents ot an eight pound daughter, Ellen Joyce, born at the Cyrus Espeland home on January 8. They also have a son, Darl. ALLISON --Ronald Davis, who is employed at the Rohr aircraft factory at Imperial Beach, Cal., and George Davis from the Great Lakes training station, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Clair Hearn of Allison, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis of Dumont. CORWTTH-- Mrs. Arnold Hcise of Amanllo, Tex., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Heise, while her husband is being transferred to another army camp. LELAND--Ellsworth Sevcrson, who has been stationed with the Sea Bees near Norfolk, Va., the past two months, left for California Monday morning where he will join his company with the U. S. navy. He has been spending 5 days here with " his wife and daughter, and other relatives Clarion Man Writes Family From Africa CLARION _ Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley and their grandson, Jimmy, are in receipt of the following letter from Tech. Sgt. George Bradley of the field artillery in North Africa: "Dec. 5, 1942, Tunisia. Dearest Jimmy and Folks: I hope you receive this letter by Christmas. Don't worry about me because I am well. We were in Algeria for a while but have been in Tunisia for some time. No doubt you have either heard about the North African campaign or read about it. "We have seen quite a bit of action, lost some men but things are not too bad. I am certainly getting tired of planes flying around all the time. The planes are pretty bad, but I guess the allies have air superiority. Hope that things are going o. k. at home. "We have had no mail for two months. Hope to get some soon. The boys are all in good spirits, but we want the war to end soon. North Africa is quite a place. It is not at all what you would expect it to be. The people are mostly French or Arab with a few Italians mixed in. "This part is very productive and they raise a lot of wheat. The farms are large, most o£ them 1,000 or more acres. There are lots of oranges but most of them, are quite sour. They raise quite a lot of sheep and goats and cattle. Everyone drinks wine with their meals instead Dates are cheap and while we get eggs and chickens by trading clothes or canned food. The people around the country side will not sell things as there is very little they can buy with money. We get about 75 francs for one dollar. Everything is real cheap and the francs go a lonjj way. The beer in Algeria is the best I have tasted anywhere since I left home. "We are getting lots of practice at digging holes and believe me we sure get in them when the Stukas dive on us. One nice thing is that the weather is veiy pleasant. We can go around in our shirt sleeves in the daytime and it is not too bad at night. I have never seen such moonlight nights in my life. You can actually read by moonlight. "Well, a Merry Christmas to you son and to you all. AH my love and I hope to see you soon. "Dad." aw of water, once in a Club Plans Hum Night KANAWHA _ The Harmony club met at the grade school building Monday evening and plans were made for the annual Harmony Hum Night, which will be held Friday evening, February 12. The committee in charge are Mrs. D. L. Wilkie, chairman, Mrs. Howard Rietveld, and Mrs. Oscar Lien. Publicity chairman is Mrs. Arie Willemsen; ticket chairman, Mrs. W. P. Truesdell, and program chairman, Mrs. D. O. Anderson. Buy War Savings Bonds ana from your Globe-Gazette boy. Naval Air Force BUFFALO CENTER--Carlyle J. Kopp, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kopp of Buffalo Center, was commissioned an ensign in the U. S. naval reserve at Ihe naval air training center at Corpus Christ!, Tex., Friday. Kopp volunteered for flight training last February and received preliminary flight instruction at the Minneapolis reserve aviation base. Mrs. L X. Seelemeier Funeral Service Held IOWA PALLS--Funeral services for Mrs. Lennah C. Seelemeier were held at the Wood funeral home Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Nelson I. Baxter, pastor o£ the Congregational church in charge. Mrs. Seelemeier had been a resident of Hardin county 48 years. She was born in Streator, 111., Feb. 3. 1865, the daughter of Calvin and Sarali Brock. She married William H. Seelemeier, who died in 1919. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Jacobson, Hollywood, Cal., and three sons, Clarence M., of Seattle, Wash.; Fred B., of Eldora and Ralph of Iowa Falls. A sister, Mrs. Lillian Smith of Long Beach. Cal., and nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive the deceased. HONOR COLLEAGUES O S A G E--Wednesday evening, the Northwestern Bell Telephone employes enjoyed a dinner at the Main Street cafe, in honor of Mrs. Delores Christiansen, married in November, and Mrs. Mary Coonradt, married last week. Following the dinner, the guests assembled at the Henry Intorfs for cards, and presented tbehonorees with gifts. ERECT NEW BUILDING GARNER--The Farmers Cooperative society has erected a new building west of their lumber yard to be in the manufacture of brooder houses. Formerly ihe construction of brooder houses was carried on out of doors and the new building will enable the Co-Op to manufacture houses without interference from the weather. A very unlikely story is called, in the United States army, "propeller wash." WARNING! COLD WEATHER AHEAD! START your family off with a hot nourishing breakfast that will warm them up and stick to their tibs. Serve sensational INSTANT RALSTON--the amazing new hot whole wheat cereal that needs no cooking! Just stir into boiling water or milk and serve. Whole wheat, rich in en- er y--extra rich in vitamin Bi. Delicious! You serve Uncle Sam when you serve INSTANT RALSTON. Try it--today! Instant Ralston If you prefer to cook your own, ask for RALSTON WHOLE WHEAT CEREAL. / 40-year-old favorite. Cooks in 5 ainutes. Fred W. Schmidt, Lifelong Nora Springs Resident, Dies Expect Rites Saturday Though Arrangements Are Still Indefinite NORA SPRINGS-Nora Springs lost one of its most prominent ejtjzens shortly after noon Wednesday, when Fred W. Schmidt, 62 succumbed at his home here following a comparatively brief illness. He had not been well since a serious illness seven years ago, although his genial disposition and his sprightly step belied hat fact. He had been confined to his bed for two weeks before his death. Mr. Schmidt was active in civic affairs in Nora Springs. He was the president of the First National bank; which went into voluntary liquidation July l 194' He had held that position since the death of the bank's former president, H. F. Schnedlcr in January, 1341. Mr. Schmidt had succeeded his father, the late John* G. Smith, as vice president of the bank at the time of the latter's death in 1926, and held that position until he assumed the presidency. He had been town clerk for the past 40 years and still held that office at the time of his death- had been a trustee of Park cemetery association since 1930; was an active member of the Methodist church and the Methodist Brotherhood; Past Master of the J5 aso , nic lodge; and a member of the Nora Springs volunteer fire department for many years Born April 1, 1880, to John George and Elizabeth Schmidt, in the house which is now occupied by the C. A. Taylor family, Fred Schmidt had spent his entire life in this community. He was educated in the elementary schools of Nora Springs and also was graduated from the old Nora Springs seminary and business college. Following his school days, he was employed as a clerk m various dry goods and grocery stores here, and was the proprietor of a similar · establishment himself for a number of years At one time he and his brother George, were associated with James Hathaway in a grocery store. Some 20 years ago, he held a position of bookeeper in the First National bank. He married Addie Cattron, also of Nora Springs, on Aug. 7, 19r and they made Nora Springs their home throughout their married Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Addle Schmidt; one brother FRED \V. SCHMIDT uncle and aunt, John and Marv Meier of Nora Springs, and numerous other relatives. . Fu ' lc ?; al arrangements are still mdefm; e although services prob- rh T- 7 1 l G 'i 6 ' 1 ' in tllc Methodist chuicli here Saturday afternoon. Osage Is Observing United Nation's Week The program for United Nations week began with a proclamation by Mayor Swanson, ashing for community cooperation Thursday. The Osage theater has arranged for an ex- Jiibit space in an attractive red, white and blue design. On this bulletin board pictures o£ the boys in service arc to be placed Any service boy's picture in Mitchell county is welcomed A bond selling booth is part of the exhibit, and it, too, will be more or less permanent. Appropriate war pictures have been scheduled at the theater, ih e high school students are participating in poster and essay contests The local merchants are co-operating and a speaker will present the plea for United Nations suppo'-t. each night at the theater. Contributions will be gratefully received, and all money taken in is to be sent to the United Nations Relief chest for helping distressed nations. , '-' eorgo "·· o£ Mason City; ancarrier boy. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette JOICE GROUP PICKS OFFICERS JOICE--The annual business meeting of the Bethany Lutheran congregation was held Tuesday evening at the church. J. H. Bang was elected vice president; T. O. Gordon, secretary; H. I. Kaasa, treasurer; Walter Fcl- land, trustee for three years. Oscar Thompson, deacon for 3 years; auditors, Lyle Brones and' Leland Schott and ushers Orland Reinsmoen and Orian Aamodt with Oscar Charleson, Vernon Hagen, Vernell Mellnng and Ceci! Evans as alternates. J. Ford Burned When Jacket Catches Fire GARNER--J. C. Ford suffered a painful injury at his home here when a smoking jacket he had received us a Christmas present caught fire while he was lighting a cigar and severely burned his hands. His right hand suffered second degree burns. The jacket, n garment of wool and nylon combination, burst into flames rapidly, and Ford had difficulty in removing it without suffering severe burns on the face and head. M **t town \ jo your \ with this more tender \\\ more delicious MEAT-EXTENDER Extra Large ORANGES, Dozen 5JS. GRAPEFRUIT IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES j.°r $2.65 Fresh Dates Pound 40c California Carrots. . Bunch 10c Fresh Spinach Pound 10c Delicious Parsnips. . Pound 8c Large Head Lettuce .Each 15c Fresh Beets, Turnips, Bunch IQc Crisp Radishes. . .2 Bunches 9c Canadian Rutabagas, Pound 5c NEW TRUCKLOAD MICHIGAN APPLES Aft I STAMEN WINESAPS, *·%'*· ·7 V | No. 1',, Bu. Box $Z.O/ JONATHANS, No. 1's, Bu. Box MOTHER'S .* SPAGHETTI, Pkg OV Complete Household Dis f*M M infecfont-- HILEX, Gal. 52fC 2 Pounds 29c Dog Food, Hunt Glub, Pica. Sc Lima Beans 2 Pounds 25c Red Kidney Beans, 2 Pounds 19c Popcorn, "The Kind That Reolly Pops" HORMEL DAIRY SLICED BACON 2 Pounds 25c U. S. COOP T-BONE STEAK ~^T^ HORMEL BAG SAUSAGE, Ib. 59c YOUNG BABY BEEF LIVER, Ib.. 33c SPAM r By Hormcl 35c FRESH PORK LIVER, Ib.. FANCY HOME-DRESSED CHICKENS 19c . PURE LARD Pound 18e PHONE 542 FEDERAL mill! MARKETS SHOP HERE AND SAVE We Poy the HIGHEST PRICES For Good EGGS

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