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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY FEB 191929 EITHER PROPERTY OR INCOME TAX SAYS PATTERSON st la In tl A K D tl A BJ I ONE OR OTHER FHOT NECESSARY Kossuth Senator Urges Pass age of Income Tax Measure DES MOINES Feb 19 state legislature now in session faces the necessity of passing ths proposed income tax law or placing an addition al on Iowa property owners Sen ator George W Patterson of Kossuth county declared in a statement issued today ThoKossuth senator coauthor of the income levy proposal with Sena tor T F Mben of Lyon county use figures furnished by state budge Department in arriving at the con Million statement Either One or the Other Whan thislegislature adjourni have either placed an additional burden ot J2000006 on the cltj fcomea and larmaot Iowaor It wl VMS an Jnoome tax 6IU It will hav to one or tha other On June 80 1926the balance j general tuna at the a tat a wa 4718326017 The budget director tlmates that on June 30 1929 the ba will ba We dare snot deplete the treasury further In or to avoia an increase In the s tat levy for expenditure that have already been approved by jthe budget director and the governo Always Safe CASTORIA Children Cry r A pure vegetable preparation to re lieve common baby ailments sach u constipation colic gu colds Qenumt Custoria bears the Signature of total for the ensuing biennlum 065447 as against 528546259 for the biennlum preceding this one The av erage Increase in appropriations over and above that recommended by the budget director for the two general assemblies which have preceded this one has beenoverJ400000 The measure to increiue the tax on clgarets has been killed in the sen ate Beer Tax Abandoned The tax onneer beer has been abandoned A measure has been In truduced to revise the Inheritance tax law to profit some addltiona revenue but tlila will not any more than of the Inevitable In oreases over and above those recom mended by the burget director The income tas bill is the onl measure before the general assembl ot Iowa that stands between the hor rassed owners of farms the owners o homes m the city and a crushing nd ditlonal load The Income tas measure comes be fore the house Wednesday H E R E A NO THE R E Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Eagle Grove School District Will HoW Annual Election HAOLB GROVE Feb IP dependent school district ot Eagl Grove will hold Its election on Marcl 11 Two directors will be elected t succeed L E Wilson and F B An drews whose terms ot office expire and who decline to be candidates also a treasurer to sue ceed John S Plnihe whose term office expires MrPaine also Is ro a candidate for Date Set for Forest City Commerce Club Banque FOREST CITT 25 has been set for theannual banquet o he Forest City Commercial club Th banquet will beheld In tho club dining room at the Hawkes hotel A drive fop membership will be carriec on a few days preceding the occasion ible Class Reorganized With Membership of 20 EAGLE GROVE Feb tens Bible class at the Congregatlon 1 Sunday school has been reorganized with a membership list of 20 to atari with Dr W L TIndall was elected resident and Fred P Foil secretary nJ treasurer The class will have no egular teacher but a leader will be assigned for each Sunday from the list f members Do You IVant to MAKE A LOAN Iowa Farm Land Mason City Business and Residence Property Prompt Inspection and Speedy Service f The First National Company HANFORD MacNIDER President ENTERTAINING TEXANS EAGLE Rev and Sirs W G Muhlemannro entertaining Mr and H E Deivey of Hale Center Texas Mr Dewey is a brother of Mrs Muhleman ana their daughter Miss Gweneth has been attending school here during the past year AT C R CONVENTION L Cunningham has Often at Cedar Rapids the past iveek at tending a druggists convention Mr Kahrs of Ventura has charge of tho drugstore during his absence VISITING AT WASHINGTON EAGLE O A Young and Jfiss Fannie FHlcins of this city are spending the winter months in Washington T J B Robinson con gressman has provided them with theirpleasure by providing them with admission to places oC interest The women left here In the month ot De cember going by auto going by auto RETURNS TO KANSAS CITY Louise Swartzeing left Friday for Kansas City after a brief visit in the Henry Brown home SNOW STOPS SCHOOL school was held Monday VISIT HOME OK SON ROCK FALLSiMr and Mrs Mom mer of Cedar Falls camo Thursday for visit at tho homo of their son Art Mommer COURSE AT PLOVER 1 LOVER A fanners short course mid institute will be held here Eeb 21 and 22 Speakers on tho program will Include Esther Pond and Alma Hartz of the state extension department Judge S A Clock of Hampton and L G Chryser One of the features of the short course will be a debate on the question Direct Selling ot Livestock Music will bo furnished owing to the fact that bus were unable to make their drivers routes This is the third time this winter school has been stopped due to im passable roads RETURN TO CANADA Kaus and sister Mrs John Peterson returned to their at Winsdor Can Monday Hurry bj tho Focahontas and Plover high schools FARM CHANGE AT STILSON Scott will move to the farm where Charles Mills lives the first ot March and Mr Mills will move four miles south ADD TOSAFETY BOXES new Leland Co Operative bank has installed a number of safety boxes as the supply on hand was not sufficient to meet the demand The new sign Leland CoOperative Bank has been placed on the build ing RESTOENCE CHANGES NOTED LAKE E Johnson and family who farmed the L O Storby home They accompanied by Rodemeyer Jr Beautiful Dentistry We make a specialty of thoroughly high grade plate and bridge work made according to latest approved methods which insures the finest type of artistic naturarappearingrestorations Practically Painless We use the most ap proved modern anaes thetics which render ex tractions and other den tal operations practi cally free from pain Free Examination Artistic Denatures pleU upper and lower at COOT Dr H K JONES DENTIST N Federal Phone 325 YJS1TOR FROM NORTH DAKOTA Al Crosby ot JamestownN Dull is visiting her sister Mrs J A Zimmerman WILL VISIT OLD HOME Oust ot Seneca left last week for a visit at his old home at Peotone Ill RETURNED FROM VISIT MARBLE and Mrs H N Merrtcte have returned from asev eral clays visit at Rochester Minn RETURNED HOME Amie Tabat and Henry returned home to Say nen Minn after being called here iy the illness of the formers mother Mrs Fred Fahrmann ANNOUNCE BOOTH OF BOX and Mrs Otto lagerstadt announce the birth of a weight 4Vpounds Monday CAMP MABEL CIRCLE MEETS MARBLE mem bers of Camp Mabel circle R N A pent Friday afternoon with one of heir number Mrs Rebecca Ewald wing the usual brder of business uncheon and a social hour was en oyed ISITS FATHER AT LAKE MILLS LAKE Henderson of Mtoona Pa arrived in Lake Mills ecently for an extended visit with er father Ed Henderson She Is en ragred as executive secretary of the uberculosls society of Altoona and as served in that capacity the last vo years WlflTTEMORE PADS HAVE GD3L girl Phyllis Maxine was born at the McCreery hospital to Mr and Mrs Matt Kirsch baum OPERATED ON WHITTEMORE Bobby Hantle man of Fenton was operated on at the McCrcety hospital tor appendicitis ORCHARD INFANT DIES week old Infant of Mr and Mrs Glenn Morse passed away Friday evening Tho little one had been very frail since birth A short prayar service was conducted at the home Saturday afternoon and the child was buried In the Orchard cemetery UNDERGOES OPERATION John Berdlnc of tliisplace underwent a major oper ation at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton yesterday morning RANKDELIVERSDIVIDEND A Andrew receiver of the Algona State bank began last Saturday to deliver the checks for the second dividend of 10 per cent OLD RESIDENT DIES WES of the death ot Frank Zumach has recently been re ceived here from EastLas Vagat N M Ho was one ot Wesleys early citizens being a brother of Mrs Mi chael Wlngert WOMAN SERVES AS JUROR Anna Hauptman of Wesley has the distinction of serving as a juror on four trials In one term of court which has happened before in the Kossuth county district court Three oC the trials were fin Ifhed and required a Jong time to de cide and the other was dismissed HOME FROM SCHOOL Francis Hill a student at Parsons college Fairfield came home Saturday evening for an indefinite stay NO SCHOOL AT FERTILE account of tho drift ed conditions of the roads no school was held here Monday PATIENT IMPROVING FERTILE Jake Tallackson who has been seriously 111 with pneumonia isslightlv Improved NEVER MISSED A MEETING Davidson has made n fine record in uteiidiince since Joining the Lions club two and a half years ago He has never missed a meeting RELEASED FROM QUARANTINE GLENVILLE Victor Kuchcrn and Infant son who have been quarantined for scarlet fever have completely recovered and were released Sunday LADIES AID SERVES DINNER ROCK Ladles Aid will servo dinner at the hall Thursday noon This will give thoso attending the Art Welter afternoon sale a chance to get dinner TRAINS BLOCKED FOREST nights train did not run thru Forest City owing to a derailment near Albert Lea They camo thru on scheduled time Sunday night VALENTINE PARTY FOREST Emil enter tained a party of 35 women at her home on South Clark street Saturday afternoon Valentine effects were car ried outand theafternoon was spent in visiting and sewing RETURNS HOME FROM SANCTON FOREST Odvln Hagen of Waldorf college who was called home a week ago by tho serious ill ness of his mother at Yankton S Dak GIRL IJORN AT ALEXANDER llila Imni to Mr and Mrs Oscar Thxyer STANDARD BEARERS TO MEET Standard Bearers will meet Tuesday after school with Ruth Galbretli VISITS BRITT PARENTS Marjprie Landsberg who Is a teacher In tho public schools ot Nevada spent Sunday at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs E W LanclEberg ATTENDS KLEMME FUNERAL E G Ell of Mail kato came Thursday to attend the fun era of iv relative Mrs Fred Janke AT D M CONVENTION Cluistensen was in Des Moines several days recently attending an auto dealers convention VISITS IN ST PAUL TC Johnson has been enjoying a visit of several days with her sister in St Paul Minn ilso with her daughter Miss Luretta Johnspn who is taking nurses train ing there IN rs E A Hansen is isit the Tom Young home at Ti MARSHAL E Harmon has been place five miles west of Lake Mills nppolnted cltv marshal at Goldfield to have moved to the B F Smith farm u the Placo made vacant bjthe south of here Clifford Knutson wiio resignation of W H Francis has quit farming has moved to Lake Mills Mr and Mrs Elmer Wogeu of Humboldt moved their household goods to the Wogcn farm five miles southeast ot hero Satinday and will farm the home place ths coming sea son Mr Wogen was engaged by the Standard Oil company at Humboldt JIls brother Raj will succeed him GIVES VALENTINE Jessie Bell en tcrtamed the members of her Sunday school class Thursday afternoon at a valentine party The rooms were de corated In Valentino effect ot Ted ana tho addition ot many DISTRICT COURT NOW AT HAMPTON Bode Vs Banker First Case to Go to New Jury on Monday HAMPTON Feb court convened here Monday with Judge S A Clock on the bench Tho case oE Oscar Bode vs Henry Banker was the first jury trial on the court docket The case is the outcome of an automo bile accident which happened July 1928 on the corner east of Chapinon highway No 65 when the Oakland car in which Mr Bode wag ridingcol lided with the Ford driven by Mr Banker Mr Bode 3 a washingmachine salesman and at the time of the acci dent resided at Grand Forks In company with two other men they were enroute to their homes from Newton where they had been attend ing a convention The jury which was drawn for the trial consists of Harold Reis of Dows Albert Tucker Mrs TV A Connor R C Green F J Paullus Hampton John Lauterback and Ed King of Ack ley Mrs Clyde Clark and Mrs Fred Dunn Alexander John Van Houten Ingham township J A Bushyagoi West Fork and M E Garrett of Hampton there HOMIv FROM FUNERAL white with hearts JOJNS JITJSBAMJ IN CHICAGO Aloe Grail and fam ily left ily left Saturday for Chicago where Lfesveld IJussei Ihey will join Mr Giah in their now Winter and Earliest Wortmaim turned home Friday from Fort Dodge where they to attend tho funeral services their cousin John Pingle RETURNS FROM WATERLOO Bjorh who has been employed in the John Deere fac tory at Waterloo the past three months returned home Thursday SALE LARGE DESPITE ROADS John Anker farm sale was well attended in spite of the bad roads Twentytwo milk cows were sold at an average of more than and horses and machinery ilso sold well Mr Anker plans to take a trip into Canada next spring with a view ot locating there RETURNS TO HAYFIELD HAYFIELD Romey Hlckman Rock Island operator who was relief agent here a year ago was visiting home HOME FROM NEBRASKA Miller has re turned from Blair Nebr where he went to attend an alumni banquet VISITS IN MINNESOTA Graham left Sat urday for Madella Minn for a visit with relatives PARK MEETING POSTPONED meeting of the Park society has been postponed until Feb 21 and will meet on that date with Mrs Ole ChrlstenEon WEDDING TRIP and Mrs Elmer Knaupp have returned from their wed ding journey They visited friends and relatives in Monmouth III Cedar Hapids Dana Heiribeck and other places On March 1 the young couple will make a home on the Dusenberg farm across the road from the older rlends here recently returning Stu Knaupps and east on the paved road day about two miles FAREWELL FOR LARSONS farewell party was liven Friday evening in the basement of the Lutheran church in honor of Taseph Larson and family who will move March 1 to a farm near Buffalo Center About 50 neighbors and riends attended They were presented with a set of silver knives and forks LYLE MAN HURT DY FALL LYLE Hanson received a painful hip Injury when he fell at his home here He is still confined to the house MOVES TO LAKOTA Adolph Hertzke fam ily who have been farming south east of town moved here Friday Mr Hertzke lias taken charge ot the Standard Oil service station formerly run by L D Kahl FAREWELL FOR FORDS Madison Ladies Progressive club and their families met at the O E Ford home Friday evening for a surprise party the event being a sort of farewell to the Fords who will move the latter part of tho month to a farm east ot Garner The entertainment consisted of an old fid dlers contest by those present There were other musical numbers and read ings too Mrs Ford was former club president and the family will be missed from this communltv VISIT IN CHICAGO Edna Eenner and brother Lester Benner are visiting relatives In Chicago VISIT AT WODEN and Mrs Arva Cun ningham and daughter of Granada Minn visited the formers father C L CunninghamSunday LADIES AID GIVES SUPPER Ladies Aid ot the Ar B church gave a Lincolns birth day supper at the parish house The ladies cleared MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED and Mrs George Carson received word last week that their son Harry married to Miss Lorraine Kcnney Feb 2 at Albino Mich The couple will live at Charle voix Mich where Mr Carson will bo superintendent of n large fish hatch cry RETURNS TO COLORADO Kniuse who was called here a week ago by tho death of his mother Mrs Robert Krause returned to his home at Clifton Colo Mon BUY CERRO GORDO FARM and Mrs Ed Katter rienry who have been living on the Dusenberg place have bought a farm south of Mason City and will move there soon REHEARSE FOR OPERETTA are being conducted by the Esthervllle high school glee clubs In preparation for the operetta Lola Wala which will bo presented neve March 5 FATHER DIES IN ILLINOIS RKV C Barth and Mrs Herman Schermer returned recently from Pana 111 where they had been summoned because of the death of their father Christian Bartn VISIT IN CHICAGO Madson and Ken neth 35achmanhave beenln Chicago on business VISIT IN MINNEAPOLIS Gobell and Clare Grandmother Knew here was nothing so good for conges lion and colds as mustard But the oldfaahloned mustard plaster burned and blistered Musterole elves the relief and help hat mustard plasters gave without he plaster and without the blister Gently rub It In See how quickly the pain disappears Try Musterole for sore throat bron chitis tonsilitis croup stiff neclt asthma neuralgia headache conges tion pleurisy rheumatism lumbago pains and aches of the back or Joints sprains aore muEcles bruises chil alains frosted feet colds of the chest it may prevent Jan returned to hti duties Monday mother is recovering West lett Saturday for a business trip to Minneapolis VISITING AT THOMPSON and Mrs Lloyd Leith Huth Lelth and Harloy McLaln ot Laurcns spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs H C Adbcrg visiting their sister Mrs Mr and Mrs Ole Aaberg from Glcnwood ire also visiting their brother Mr Aaberg GIRL BORN AT DUMONT and Mrs Everett Hutchison are the parents ot daughter born Thursday evening FAREWELL FOR BRUNS FAMILY party wag held at the Herman Buns home in honor ot Mr and Mrs Jake Schluger who are leav i inff this vicinity Boon A large num her of friends present Mr and Mre Schluger and family have been farming south of town for severa yeara and are now moving to Kansas City DOCTOR BEATS SNOW BANKS C F Roder who has been having varied experiences with Know drifts and blockaded roads has had the axles of a Ford cut down to sled width nnd is getting about on roads that ho otherwise cculd not ravel VISIT AT TERRILL and Mrs Herman Hans and family and Mr and Mrs Jake Schluger and family went to Ter rill Saturday to visit at the Charles Buns home PRAYER DAY OBSERVED Worlds Day of I day LEAVING FOR CALIFORNIA nnd Mrs August I for missions was observed in a I nlon service of the missionary so cletics Friday afternoon at tho Unltec Brethren church Mrs Fred Rlggs was In charge Mrs Edwin Brown appeared on the program for the so dety of United Brethren church Mrs C R Martin for the Methodist Block Sr will leave this ueek for I Santa Barbara Cal They will spend some time in other purls of Califor nia and return by way of northern Washington where they will visit friends IIAKAR PLANNED FOJt FRIDAY RUDD The local Cemetery associa tion members are planning to hold a Iia7nr in the Methodist church parlors Friday lb 22 VOTKS ON NEW PASTOR The Congregational church of this place voted Sunday morning to extend a call to tho Rev Alec Russell Buffalo Center to be come pastor At his writing It Is not known whether or nut the call wilt be accepted WILI STAGE IJOME TALENT PLAY The Rcbekah lodgo will stage a homo talent play at tho I O O F hnll Tuesday evening of this week SPENDS WEKKEND IN ILLINOIS RUDD Miss Ellamay Renkea local high school teacher spent last week end with relatives in Morrison III BAHY GIRL ARRIVES Afr md Airs Edward Underdahl arc rejoicing over the arri val of a bnhy girl at tlicir homo cnrly Saturday morning Thla mnHes them society and Mrs C II Vandcraal for tho Kvangelical society A duct by Mesdames Flora Doecktfmeier and Jrrecl ftorenson was tho contribution from the W C T IL MOLD DANCE AT THOMPSON TCebekahs and Odd Fellows held a valentine party at tho I O O F hall Friday evening when more than BO were present Dancing and cards were tlio principal entertainment A lunch was served nnd all report a fine time IfOMK FROM CONVENTION Jacob and George Itelm nnd Henry Othel returned from IJPH MofnctFriday where tho Helm attended a hardware conven DUMONT w c T u ACTIVE local C T U will observe Frances Wlllards Home Coins Monday yWning at the home ot Mrs T A At thismeet ing the husbands of the members and the teachers of tho public school will Iw A brief progrnm will he George H Sanferd Prominent Resident of Corwith Is Dead CORWITH Feb H Suntord a retired farmer died hora Friday afternoon IIo had been in poor health for about a year Mr Sanford was born In Illinois M ago and came to Iowa as a young man to engage In farming His success Is evident from the fact that he died owner of over 400 acres of land in Hancock county Ho leaves a wife and one son Funeral services wero held in tha Corwith M E church Sunday Feb 17 Eagle Grove High School Grad Gets Nomination EAGLE GROVE Feb Cowan of this city the son of Mr and Sirs J H Cowan lias received from Congressman T J B nobinson tho nomination of first nlloiiinte to a a cadetship to tho naval academy at Annapolis This is understood to mean that in case tho regular ap pointee is prevented by some causa from accepting the place that the al ternate Is eligible air Cowan is a graduate of the local high school class of 1926 and is at present a stu dent in tho Junior college Sterling Stands for Quality THE FINAL SMASHPRICES Oh Our Enttre Stock WINTER COATS Setter than a milliard platter These prices will not last long arid the stock of coats will quickly melt Get in early and buy a coat at less than Many priced at less than half Many go ing for less than the fur trimming is worth Its a wonderful opportunity 1 CTFRLINr hdl nvdeWhrnKuDvlhtBett U a family of three one boy nnd two j hy cnntssts camcs and a hour vrlorlfying every tradition of a good name in oB woytDodgeBrothcrtmotorearsharc been dependable But in the new Dodge Brothers Six erenbodge Brothers dependability new heights refinements in construction design equipment hare made the sew Dodge Brothers Six something more just another automobile It is the greatest value in Dodge Brothers history To skill in sturdy manufacture hx been added the art of eomhin ing spaciousness comfort and style In appearance and performance the new Dodge Brothers Six is a gratifying surprise and a neverending satisfaction EIGHT Bonr STYLES 1945 TO r o B J H MARSTON Phone 162 116 S Delaware DdDEeBRDTHERS 5lX A CHRYSLER MOTORS PRODUCT   

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