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   Chief Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1941, Perry, Iowa                               THE CHIEF-ADVERTISER Published Each Week on Thursday VOL. 5 NO. 41 PERRY. IOWA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. PAGES. Lend Helping Hand To Friend and Neighbor his H of his friends and j left to right in the front row Rov neighbors came over yesterday aft- Junious Repp. Francis Steve Burkhart. James Oscar and en Bohner Also helping With work nas Clifford Morfoot Clark. Merle Henry Clark Held Wanted for Boone County Com Husking Contest Milling To Be Host Asked To Notify Farm Bureau Office Any fanner having a corn field suitable for a county com husking contest and willing to be host to this annual event is asked to notify the Boone County Farm Bureau Of- fice. Last years contest was held on the M E- Donelson farm m Peoples Township MAW SHEEP KIU-ED BV DOGS epidemic of lulling has swept over atany in thfc. vieuHy. It k reported in County atone that sheep have been Ir- dogs w the last two Last Saturday Bob who farms four miles northeast of was taken sudocnly to the hospital for an appendectomy and be. cause Mr Crews had some unfinish- ed work to be done right away at errioon to his farm and plowed 40 acres for bun Thirteen of the men are shown here and from Bugbee Renamed AM Chairman and Elected Homer T. of Dawson. Dallas ctf'-nty AAA chairman for the past two has been re- elected to serve in the same capa- city for the next year at elec- tion of the county committee held in Adel Other members of the who are selected at the county convention by delegates who are one man from each of the Ander- son of vice chairman. Paul D. Morris of regu- lar Roy M. Lamb of first John L Goodrich of second alter- and Leroy L. Pearson of Wau- secretary and treasurer Community comnutteemen have also been elected and are as fol- ADAMS C Couch. Vice Man- ders Regular nard Lewis First O Earl- Second E Van Adel ADEL c Dallas Vice Conway Dallas Regular J Cald- Draft Board Selects Eight The eight Dallas county men who will report for military training on October 3 have been chosen by the selective service board and are as follows. Venwn W. DawsML Wesley L. Granger. J.hn R. Waflur. Angws. F. Lin- den. Albert Dallas Center. Royal E. DeSate. Kimn. Mm E. Perry. These young men will here October 2 before the selective' service board for final instructions and will leave the next day for in- duction into the army at Fort Des Moines __The remaining three of October's quota will report for duty October 13. are John Marlow Transferred To Naval Air Station Dwight C son of Mr Worth E Lester of 705 Fourth street. Perry recently was transferred to the S Naval AIT according to an announcement by that station's office public relations Second r Perry LINN Linden. Vice O Second N Dallas Center BEAVER Chairman Harod V Vice C Regular Member E Fln.1 I. Kever. Second A. Woodward BOONE A. Vice B Regular Member' C First T Second N Waukee. COLFAX E iVce I. Regular K Van First Alter- A Sec- ond L Adel DALLAS I Rip-1 Vice I in- Regular Member- Thomas J First Second C. Allen. Dawson. DES MOINES Chairman Carl A Horton. Vice A. Newell. Regular Ralph Pint W Second Alternate L Woodward. GRANT Chairman Dale W. Peltaman. Dallas Vice George F Dallas Second Laurence M Har- Woodward LINCOLN B Vice R Regular James H. JTIrst Alternate-Garland Glen B Regular Mem- G First S Van Fos- Second Ralph Linden SPRING VALLEY Lester enlisted in the navy at Des Moines m and was sent to the U S naval training Great for his elementary training He recently graduated from Aviation. Machinist's Mace school at the Naval Air and at Pensacola will take up toe duties of an av.ation ma- chinist with the ground crews ot one of the flying squadrons stationed at the of the is one of the many enlist- ed men m the navy today as recently stated by Secretary of the Navy Frank are their country and at the same time building their in a pro- fast-growing trade Courses in aviation metalsmithmg and radio and photography are but a few of the many opportunities open to enlisted men entering the navy to learn a trade Regular Harry Perry. First Al- ternater-Victor J Hollingsworth. Second Perry SUGAR GROVE M. Vice S Cook. Dallas Regular Mem- ber -John G. First E Shields. Dai- lap Second Or- val M Dallas Center. ONION W Red- Vice 8. Regular Member- Earl O First Alter- J Ellis Second Dexter VAN METER C. vice E. Regular Max Gutshall. Van First Al- J Ad Second L. WALNUT Floyd Vice Regular Member -Frank E First A. Wau- Second G Waukee WASHINGTON H Adel. Vice Chairman Bui C Regular Member H Fey. Perry. Alter F Sec- ond F Sianini- e. Minburn MISTAKE Wilbur pelper of Olin selected the wrong car In Marlon to craih into His car and one driven by Marlon Police Chief W Gene Mil- collided It cost the city four timci as much to repair Its ear M Caution Advised on Farm Loans Wlckard Warns Against Baying Too Much Land D ing a period of peak faim prosper- ity Secretary of Agriculture Wick- ard today advised caution on lend- ing money to farmers don't want to make the same mistake we made during the last war and after the last Wickard told a conference of agri- culture leaders here sure we can avoid the runaway inflation such as we had during the last war but it is not going to be a popular thing to do Governor A J Black of the farm credit administration expressed a similar view The agricidture secretary said that farmers had more assurance of good farm incomes that they have ever had for the last two de- cades at Priced for farm products were fair and he added in such a'period Wickard said there is always a temptation to reach out and buy more land be- cause competition also exists among money lenders New Re tail Tax No win Effect To Be U Percent On 3 Major Furs and Toilet PreparatiMi Plans Underway for Boone Farm Bureau Drive Preliminary plans are underway for the membership campaign of the Boone Farm Bureau to be conducted this fall The county membership consisting of C A Scheerer. organization direc- tor. M C Dorman. county presi- dent. E p Nvstrom organization chairman. Roy Davis Joe Rome- and the Agent met last ueelc to discuss pians At the present tune this group is in the process of selecting captains to head up the work in their respec- tive townships Those selected to date are Marcy. C H Cass. W F LeMaster. Peoples. H W. PinneH. Ama- Frank Christenaen_ Milk-drying Machine is Installed at Estherville Plant la A milk-drv- ipg machine to manufacture dried milk from sweet skim milk and sneet buttermilk has been install- ed in the Estherville cooperative creamery. Part of the dried milk is expected to be shipped overseas for human but farm- ers are expected to purchase most Starting Wednesday. Oct retail merchants in the United States began the collection of a 10 per cent consumers tax on three rnajcr jewelrj. furs and toilet pre- parations The retail excise tax. will be only one part of 31-2 billions which the goremmen'. expects to collect under the record breaking revenue act Saturday by the president. Today with the date when col- lections begin only four days Pcrrj retailers as a whole knew as le about the new taxes which must as the city's buy- ing public The of course s because only 11 days will elapse between signing of the bill and Oct. 1 when it takes and admin- istrators of the new law are hard put to get trie collection machin- 61 j under way m so short a. time. To the cne simple fact is that furs and toilet arti- cles will be hbjher. The tax on toilet preparations mrw not mean that the price of these articles will be a full 10 per- cent above their' current price There is already a 10 percent man- ufacyirers tax on them but this tax will be abolished when the new one takes its place For the tune be.i-.g a double tax apparently will apply since refunds will not be made on artices which came under the wholesale tax before Oct. but which will be sold under the reta.lers tax after that tune It is probable that some confu- sion will result in the application of this and other taxes and cus- tomers are going to have to be pa- tier t with merchants who have dif- ficulty explaining the complicated process by which their prices got that merchants point out Besides the retail tax a series of manufacturers taxes will aiae go into effect Oct. and buy. ers will begin feeling their weight at that time. The full will probably not be felt until goods on which the new taxes auuly replace untax- ed goods now on the retail mar- ket. Items which are taxed under the I manufacturers excise provisions of the new law are sporting goods of many gas and oil photogra- phic electric busi- ine.ss and store rubber washing machines optical equipment and electric light bulbe All but light bulbs will ho taxed 10 while these will be tax- ed S percent Iowa BoOetins 1 Annual Farm Bureau Meeting To Be Held at Adel October 7 IOWA'S CROP OF TURKEYS INCREASES Ames. Iowa From reports just the Iowa tarkey is estimated to an Increase of at least 5 percent production figures of with the slate rating fourth place in the bailed States. IOWA YOUTH GETS HOLLYWOOD CHANCE Cashing. Olher foarteen year old has signed a 7 year contract with a Hollywood predncer and leaves at once with his narenk. for California. He is said to hate a remarkable- soprano abo dances and whirls the baton. Pheasant Hunters Want Longer Season Des Moines. Iowa hun- ters who want a longer pheasant season and a week end of shooting this year are directing a mail cam- paign at the state conservation commission Conservation Director F T Schwob said he had received be- tween 25 and SO resolu- tions and letters on the subject. The pheasant dates in the law are November 13 and 14 The com- mission has the power to extend the season if the supply of birds is considered sufficiently plentiful The pheasant dates this year fall on Thursday and Friday. Boone Farm Bureau Meeting To Be Held on November 12 November 12 has been selected as the date for the annual Boone QUESTIONABLE FINANCES IN OTTUMWA AFFAIRS An auditors report questions certain finan- cial practices by certain city officiate. One officer resigned after nuking restitutions It is reported tbat many employes were fomd to have drawn ad- vanced pay checks BANDIT ROBS COUPLE PARKED ON SIDE ROAD Iowa A lone held ap and robbed H. C Bertram and Miss Gail Jericho while their car was parked in a lonely road side. He second three dollars in money and a pint of whisky bat offered no violence. RETURN VERDICT ACCIDENTAL DEATH Lake View Iowa Kenneth Aadaaon waa fond fatally injored an amBse- -fTt. Mlftfftt. The cor- with the comnty attorney as retained a ver- dict of accidental in falling on a cement walk and fnctoring his skolL SCHOOL YOUTH KILLED WHEN AUTOS COLLIDE Iowa Richard Babbrni. IS. waa killed when the car driven by his friend. Carl collided at a coun- try intersection with a car driv- en by RoUe Schterer of Dough- erty. None of the others were hurt. nual meeting of the Iowa Farm Bur- eau Federation to be held the fol- lowing week The committee ha charge of this event has obtained Mr Vernon Van- director of organization for the Midwest States of the American Farm Bureau Federation speaker as the Swine Producers Meeting at Adel on October 3 Those who have forgotten to re- serve their tickets for the Swine 1 Producers' dinner and meeting scheduled for October 3. the Legion Hall in are urged to drop in at the Farm Bureau of- fice and do so immediately Price per dinner ticket is which in- cludes a dinner followed by a full evening's discussion by E L. extension animal on the hog enterprise The government has recently an- nounced the ear marking of one billion dollars to guarantee farmers fair prices for stepped up produc- tion This meeting has been ar- ranged so as to afford the swine producers of Dallas county an opportunity to talk on a vi- tal subject was collected front Pelper reckltw driving ot it for hogfeeding The machine oa a hu a capacity of 200 pounds of dried milk per hour. Four Leave For Army Thursday Dallas county's September wlective service boys left Than. day for induction into the army at Fort Dei Meiftes. The contingent Norman Perry. Richard Perry. Leslie Linden. Over an Inch of Run Received bTkk Area j Perry received 1 OS inches of rain Tuesdr.y afternoon and last E N Htitie reported today Moisture in the afternoon didn't amount to only 15 inches being but 19 of an inch tell during the night. Low temperature was 42 decrees and by 3 o'clock this afternoon the mercury had climbed to as the tun shone through scattering clouds. ed to death when the home was partially destroyed by sup- posed to have been caused by an oil heater. The mother was visiting neighbors across the street. KILLED BY LIGHTNING WHILE COON HUNTING Crawford. a resident of Des was coon hunting along the the river about three miles east of during a severe and heavy rainstorm. He was struck by lightning and killed as was also one of his decs. His Lester Crawford was nsiderahly dazed but was able to call help. Thomas W. Heater. Well-Known Rippey Dies are Held Today with at Jamaica Funeral cervices were held at 3 Waymack To Be Speaker p m Monday at the Methodist1 church in Rippey for Thomas W Heater 73. who died at his there last Saturday morning. Sep- tember 27 Mr Heater had been out The annual meeting of the Dallas County Farm Bureau is scheduled 'for October 7th.. Adel. starting at 10 05 a m and ending at 3 30 P M The various committees noon meal. and resolutions have worked hard and faithfully to assure a most sue- 3d profitable annual meet- ing The farm bureau feels It is partic- ularly fortunate to have as its guest speaker on the afternoon's program. in his yar mowing the lawn and. Mr W W editor of the came into the house saying he was Des Moines Register Mr Waymack not feeling well. A short time will talk on the war situation and he died while lying down resting all its implications Sufficient time ITINERENT SALESMAN ROBS PARKED CAR Clayton reported to be a magazine I was arrested for loot- ing narked can. He pleaded guilty. CEDAR FALLS MILL PARTIALLY DESTROYED Cedar A mill doing a feed and flow was badly damaged by fin. With Much grain on the toss was estimated at about Dallas Soils Tour Planned October 4 Will See Crop Response U Phosphate The states Funeral home was in charge of arrangements and the Rev L. H Joslin officiated at the final rites Burial was in Richland cemetery at Iowa Musical selections were offered by Mrs L. A High and D U accompanied on the piano by Mrs Bonnie Anderson. Casket bearers were Dwight Verne Berry. Harold Rade- baugh. Glen Grow. Jene and Clark Bardole. Thomas Warfield Heater was bom February 10. 1863 In Outline the son of the late Jackson will be allowed to answer questions any one might have The mornings programs will get underway at 10 00 A M with the women transacting their Home Pro- ject business in the auditorium of the Methodist church. The men will meet at the Farm Bureau where covering this year's activities will be discussed The Fair association will meet directly following the morning session The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a ratal at noon lor those at- tending the meeting Cost per plate 29. 1885 he was married to Miss _. Margaret Franklin Mr and Mrs. Heater had lived in the Rippey vi- cinity for a good many a number of which were spent in but also for 12 years until retirement a few years ago Mr Heater was custodian at the Rip- pey school He was well-known in 1 consist of the usual amount of Trie group will reconvene at 1-00 P. M in the auditorium of the M. E for the afternoon session There will be several musi- cal numbers in addition to Mr Way- i mack's which will be folowed r the election of officers his community and took part in I wlU trinities. He was a member te on hanf October of Lodge No 465 A. F A. nual meetmS- M. of Rippey and was tiler at the tuna of death He belong- ed to the Order af Eastern Star and held the position of sentjiel. Mr Heater vi.o a tonne- me Tiber of the tr B church of Jamaica and at the time of his death belonged to the First Methodist church of Rippey. He was also a- member of the Daily Chief Three Quarter Century club. In addition to his Mr are cor- dialiy invited. Heater is survived by two WarUie F of Indianapolis. and William J of St Mo. one Mrs Bertha O'Con- nell of and four grand- two great grandchildren. County Corn Husking Contest October 21 Wfll Held M Gkn Farm Near Ifaiim The Dallas county Com Husk- ing contest will be held at the Glen Appenzeuer farm 1 1-2 mflea east of Linden on October according to Roger W. Letn- Dallas county aftnt. This year's throwing two nephews and one niece. Three eTCnr. will be held Jn hv- chudren preceded him to death. corn The first twelve cootert- one child in a daughter ants w contest will be Berniece at the age of and permitted to a son Verle in 1824. Dallas county farmers are cordi- ally invited to attend the county- wide soils tour scheduled for Sat- urday October 4 Those who attend the tour will have an ex- cellent chance to note what re- sponse is evident where calcium meta phocphate Is applied to ic- gumcs It U hoped to visit one or two alkali plots in the where muriate of potash have applied The croup win from the bureau office M 1.00 p. Two Die in Wreck atMarshalltown Soldier on Furlough Critically Injured in Car Accident man and a woman were killed a soldier on furlough was critically injured in an nuto accident about yam. Friday at the junction of highway 30 and U6 about 10 mites east of Marshalltown The dead Mrs Edythe about head died instantly Edward chest died in a hospital here 15 minutes af tor the accident Bemie a soldier on furlough from Camp San Louis Calif. is In a hospital here critically injured Less seriously in- jured is Mrs Clem Arterborn. 23 The all from were returning from when they missed a curve at the junction. according Wells to coroner Rodney C Farm Prices Up in September Rise To Per Cent of Beat Since ISM Sari Report the contest will compete for county honors Wagons and tractors will be furnished the contestants who are in the contest. A large crowd annually turns out to see their favorite busker strip down to the waist and start tossing ears for 80 minutes in this grueling but exciting event All contestants who wish to enter the contest should send their names immediately to the Farm Bureau Adel. Phmell Elected Farm Bureau Head Des Moines. Iowa re- ceived by Iowa fanners for products rose to 107 per cent of parity in the month ending Sep- tember The most favorable rate of exchange that farmers have en- joyed since The index of prices shot up 9 points to 1 48 per cent of the lMv-14 agricultural statistician Les- lie M. Can wrote Fred M PinneH was1 chosen pre- sident of the Union Township farm Boone County to succeed O K Purviance at the regular meeting held recently at Falrview church M E Leininger was chosen secretary-treasurer to succeed C E Steward B C Wilson was re- elected 'dlrectoi Mrs A A Miller a report on Home Project work and Mrs. Francis Clark reported on the county nursing program CUrk aUo gave the director's re- port in the absence of B C WU- son M B county Farm Bureau secretary was present and made a few remarks as did also C. E Boone county agent The program in charge of Mrs. A A Miller consisted of several numbers by a quartet consisting of Keith Hunter. William Lura and Ethel Miller They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C N Swift Ethel Miller entertain- ed with a piano solo and Lura Mill- er sang vocal number. Acquitted in Drunk Driving Charge Killing Frosts in Parts of Iowa Low of 311 Degrees Recorded in Perry Last Night Des It got down to ze degrees above zero Monday night at below the minimum freezing level ann the lowest temperature thus far of the advancing autumn season The weather bureau also report- ed the tint killing frost of the aea- The jury returned Saturday at district court in Adel with a ver- son at Alta and Cherokee tem- tilct of in the ease of peratureo hovered around is do- Hal Petenon who had been chart- Igrees below normal for this time of ed with driving while intoxicated I the year.   

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