Mason City Globe Gazette, December 12, 1929, Page 27

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 12, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa IOWAS INCOME TAX MGREASED 13 PM CENT IN YEAR Small Girl Receives Broken Collar Bone JWHITTBMORE Deo Lola Kelly the small daughter of Mr and Afrfl Tom Kelly received a frac tured collar bone Tuesday xvhen she fell down the stairs in their iomt Blair Converse Appointed ec 12Blair Converse Bead of the department of technical journalism Avas appointed director of publications at Iowa State college by the state board of education which met Tuesday in Council Bluffs according to Presi dent R M Hughes who returned Tuesday night from the meeting HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items Front 100 GlobeGazette Correspondents inJNorth Iowa and Minnesota FORCALIFORNIA and Mrs Henry Mr and Mrs Frank Raisty and Mrs Wood Don Looimerand Harold Martin are go ing to spend the winter in Califor nia RETURNS TO LYIE LYLE Maybelle Vol stad has returned to her home here after having spent several weeks at the C Leidall home southeast of town A Special Dress Event Presenting the newest styles in the newest fabiics at our exception ally price of pt i Hundreds of New Dresses Shown for the First Time We can only hint at the dresssmartness youll find here There is the gracefully tiered frock the sleek moulded silhouette the dress with the uneven hemline and many other new style features Georgettes Canton Crepes Chiffons Flat Crepes All are carefully finished well cut and made with in teresting and delightful it tle dressmaker touches Em phatically an event not to be overlooked if you want a smart frock Sizes for Women and aliases i 122 N FEDERAL AVE featured at this store are not meant for the eleventh hour are worthy the consideration given to your most choice gifts Beautiful soft leather creations of the finest satin and cozy slippers of silk and wool Mens Womens to Childrens 75c to FOOTWEAR PLEASES EVERYONE WHEN IT COMES FROM Nichols Green ATTENDS LYLE RECEPTION LYLE Chester Rei stad Austin attended the reception in honor of Mr and Mrs Clifford Schroeder TO VISIT RELATIVES LYLE George Kil gore and daughter have left for Minneapolis where she will visit her brother John Johnson and other relatives for a couple of weeks LEAVE FOR WINTER the eve of their de parture for California Tuesday to spend the winterwithrelatives Mr and Mrs C H MillerWere given a surprise by 35 friends from the Bap tist church of whichthey have been members for many years This was also made the occasion for a fare well for Gager ac tive worker In the same church who has gone toKarikakeei 111 tosperid the winter months with relatives ARRIVE IN NORA SPRINGS NORA and Mrs C E Kluver have arrived at their home here after a weekinRoches ter Minn where Mr Kluver went thru the clinic They expect to re turn to Rochester in a few days IS ELECTED TO OFFICE Myra Sanders one of the Rudd members of Golden chapter No 202 of the Eastern Star which has its headquarters at Nora Springs was chosen worthy matron of the chapter at the meeting held at Nora Springs Tuesday evening ATDRESSED FATHERS SONS Rev William Galbreth was at Iowa Falls this week where he gave a talk at Fathers and Sons banquet HOLD ALL DAY MEETING Womaujs For eign Missionary society of the M E church held an all day meeting at the home of Mrs B H Corey on Wednesday This event is an annual one here and attracts many mission ary people from nearby towns IS 95 YEARS OLD Siena DeBuhr is seriously ill at her home She has been bedfast for the past three years suffering with rheumatism She will soon be 95 years of age CLEAR FOR CHURCH Ladies Aid so ciety the annual bazar and supper at the church annex here A large crowd attended and about was cleared BROTHERHOOD MEETS FOREST regular monthly meeting of the Lutheran arotherhood was held at the parish house Tuesday evening with O B Anderson L E Peterson and David Skutle as hosts Thorwald Thorson ijave a talk on Mens Work In Church and the college male quar et furnished the music The Rev 2 M Granskou presided IS CREAMERY MANAGER Mad sen Jr has left for a visit with hisbrother George at Gowrie who is manager of a creamery at that place IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION Theodore Au ry is seriously ill at her home here Mra Autry is suffering from heart disease and her condition is consid ered critical HAS AN OPERATION Ray Lumley un derwent an operation for gallstones at the Xutheran hospital at Hamp ton Monday and the reports from the hospital of her condition are fav orable RETURN FOR VISIT and Mrs Elbert Brupsvold and children who moved to Roseau Minn a few years ago returned here Tuesday and expect to take up their residence in this vicinity IS IN CAR WRECK D Kritz of Charles City who carries the mail from Nashua to Cedar Falls was consid erably bruised and cut when his car Our diamond rings are designed and created by the most skilled crafts man Here you will find good selections always skidded into the ditch off from the slippery pavement He was thrown thru the side ofthe car but after havinghis wounds taken care of by a physician and his car repaired he was able to complete his trip TO MOVE TO TOWN A R Stokes family has moved from their farm to the house they purchased recent ly in town Mr and Mrs Chris Thompson who live north of town are moving to the Stokes farm GARNER STUDENTS SING Garner grade schools presented the operetta The Toy Shop to large crowds on Dec 10 and11 The operetta was utader the direction of Blanche Curran The leading role was sung by Lucille Wesson The character parts were wen portrayed bysBernard Engstler and BerniceConway RETURNS TO Will Greier who has been a patient at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton has returned home this week ARE FROM NEW YORK NORA Fannie Brewer and daughter Miss Bessie Brewer of EHicottville N Y who have been visiting at the Ed Clif ford home for the past week are leaving Wednesdayevening for Fort Bragg Cat where they will spend the winter They are Mrs Cliffords aunt and cousin GIVES BOOK REVIEW the regular meeting of the Womans club Tuesday eve ning Dec 10 Mrs C C Burgess gave a sketch of the life of Honore Willsie Morrow and Mrs H M Nor mann reviewed the authors story The Splendor of God which por trays the missionary work of Adon iram Judson in Burma all of which was intensely interesting VISIT IN FAIRBANKS NORA Rev and Mrs H A Crumb have left for Fair banks where Mr Crumb will give an address to the Mens club They will also visit at the home there of the Rev and Mrs Maynard the lat ter being a sister of Mr Crumb RETURN TO ILLINOIS and Mrs George Busse and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Busse after visiting with relatives and friends in and around Latimer the past six weeks have returned to their homes at Mt Pleasant 111 TAKES MEDICAL TREATMENT William Ward family which left here last fall for Uplands Cal in their car have fin ally reached their destination They report a fine trip having made the journey in short stages because of Mr Wards ill health He is now tak ing medical treatment LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA TRIP NORA and Mrs Frank Seaver have left for a trip to the far west for Mrs Seavers health While they are gone their son Harold and his bride nee Gladys Gashel Cedar Falls will care for the home at this place IS IMPROVING H A Pomeroy who has been seriously il the past three months is reported better NEW COMMANDER PRESIDES PLYMOUTH The Legion and auxiliary held a joint meeting Tues day night in the hall The new com mandertsLons Lautz was instructor during the business session TO HAVE OPERATION DeBower was taken to the hospital at Wav erly on Tuesday where he will un dergo an operation soon He has been suffering from kidney trouble for some time Harve Speedy accom panied him to the hospital ANNOUNCE BABY DAUGHTER and Mrs May nard Huff announce the birth of an eight pound daughter on Tuesday LEAVE FOR COAST and Mrs Charles Toll and daughter Esther have left by motor for Los Angeles Cal They plan to spend the winter in Cali fornia IS AT IOWA CITY Sam Smith Algona former Irvington woman has been taken to Iowa City where she will be put on a strict diet and will have complete rest because of an enlarged heart Mrs Smith un derwent an operation last summer but has since been suffering with numerous and violent ill spells HEAR DBS MOINES WOMAN FOREST Jessie Par ker of Des Moines was the speaker at Twentieth Century club Tuesday evening which met at the library assembly Miss Parker was former ly superintendent of schools of Win nebago county GIVE PIANO RECITAL piano recital given by the music pupils of Mrs T H Stall will be held at the Stall residence Dec 14 Fourteen girls will take part in the recital VISITS IN CHAPIN Schmidt of Aus tin Minn hag been a visitor with his sister Mrs Oliver Wade and family ELECT NEW OFFICERS Loyal Daugh ters of the Church of Christ held the annual Christmas party in the church parlors Monday evening Ex change of gifts and a program was the order of the evening The fol lowing were elected officers for the coming year Mrs J E Carter president Mrs HW Hardy vice president Mrs J N Marchant sec retary Mrs Guy Mock treasurer PRACTICE FOR PROGRAM HANLONTOWN The Sunday school children have begun practic ing for the Christmas program to be given in the Lutheran church Christmas night OFFICIALS STATE AVERAGE TAX IN IOWA WAS Was Collected During Year According to Bureau WASHINGTON Dec taxes collected in Iowa increased 13 per cent during the fiscal year ended June 30 1929 as compared witn the previous fiscal year the bureau or internal revenue announced in male ing public its annual report The total amount of taxes collect ed in the state during the last fiscal year was the bureau stated This is compared with 511 310290 the year before Of the total income tax receipts collected in the last fiscal year corporations con tributed and individuals 55459306 The average taxpayer in the state paid 553 in income tax durr ing the last fiscal year as compared with an average per capita tax of for the country as a whole Of the collected from the United States the state paid 46 per cent it was stated On the basis of the latest population es timate the bureau showed that 202 per cent of the population of the state Was taxed on its income Knudson Workers Already Canvassing 37th District CLARION Dec seventh district of Iowa composed of Wright Hardin and Hamilton counties is rapidly being lined up to back the candidacy of Irving H Knudson of Ellsworth for state sen ator Mr Knudson announced his candidacy last week and his sup porters are already at work thru out the district To Broadcast Oratorio AMES Dec Messiah whichwill be sung in State Gym nasium Sundayafternoon by a chprus6f 150 Ames andIowa State college people wil be broadcast over WOI college station ing to Tolbert MacRae head of the music department director The timehas been changed from oclock to ABE IN QUARANTINE Henry Buss fam ily is quarantined at their home with ismallpox They are getting along as welt as can be expected Now is the time to choose your musical Christmas Gifts and TUNICAS is the place to choose them Gifts of every description for all Come in and make your selection now while stocks are complete s Army Regula tion Bugles Professional S n a r 9 Drums JO CA 14 inch Banjo Ukes Tenor Banjos with rcsou ators Accord ions Violins B Clarluela Tenor Guitars with cases aSsx Also some real bargains in used cornets saxo phones trombones alto horns aud dninia S5 1 I i S 55 H H T TUNICA CO 1 S5 228 SO FEDERAL AVE 35 Give him what he loc and Up EACH CIGAR AND EACH BOX SEALED IN CELLOPHANE If you have a hard time finding gifts that will really please the men folks make a note right now to add some boxes of LaFendrich or Charles Denby cigars to your Christmas list Men always welcome fine cigars for Christmas Buy either LaFendricha or Charles Denbys in boxes of twenty five or fifty sealed in red holiday cellophane 1 V 2 for I5c Size In Cellophane 50 Size In Foil EACH BOX SEALED IN CELLOPHANE Dont let Christmas be just a round of socks and ties and handkerchiefs for the men folks when you can give them a grft that will please them more than anything else a box of either LaFend richs or Charles Denbya Many hours of enjoy ment await the smoker who receives a box or two of fine cigars at Christmas All good cigar dealers jr nuu guoa cigar dealers which will keep them fresh and clean for months carry La Fendrich and Charles Denby cigars H FENDRICH Inc Maker Established 1850 EvaMville Ind LAFENDRICH Charles Denby kfine The Totally Different Tasting Cigar A MERRY CHRISTMAS IM EVERY PUFF ;